Omicron COVID variant: Labour says ‘we need to do more’

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Omicron COVID variant: Labour says ‘we need to do more'” – below is their description.

Labour Deputy Leader Angela Rayner says the government should instruct people to wear masks in all indoor places and people should work from home to combat the Omicron variant.

Six cases of the new variant have been identified in Scotland, in addition to the three already detected in England.

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