Long Lines at London Vaccine Centers as U.K. Officials Urge Boosters

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U.K. Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said one-third of new Covid infections in London are now the omicron variant, and cases in the U.K. are doubling every two to three days.

“Very quickly omicron will be the dominant variant,” Zahawi, the U.K.’s vaccine minister until mid-September, told Sky News.

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