Prime Minister: UK will ‘throw everything’ at Omicron COVID variant

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Prime Minister: UK will ‘throw everything’ at Omicron COVID variant” – below is their description.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK will ‘throw everything’ at the new COVID variant as health officials prepare to ramp up the NHS booster vaccine plan.

Mask wearing in England has become compulsory again in shops and on public transport, while travellers arriving in the UK will have to take a PCR test once again and isolate until they receive their result.

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