Birmingham news Professor Neil Ferguson issues stark warning over new Covid variants PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - He says mutant variants are a major concern, with travel abroad set to be given the green light from May 17 in a major easing of restrictions and measures for many Brits

Birmingham news Professor Neil Ferguson issues stark warning over new Covid variants PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - He says mutant variants are a major concern, with travel abroad set to be given the green light from May 17 in a major easing of restrictions and measures for many Brits

Birmingham news  Professor Neil Ferguson issues stark warning over new Covid variants PremierLeague-News.Com
04 May 2021 - 09:31

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The threat of a third wave of Covid-19 is plunging as the vaccination rollout continues at a pace, according to Neil Ferguson. The professor has hailed the rollout of jabs - but issued a warning too. He says mutant variants are a major concern, with travel abroad set to be given the green light from May 17 in a major easing of restrictions and measures for many Brits. Imperial College London's Professor Neil Ferguson spoke out on Tuesday. Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Tuesday, he explained: "The period we still have concerns about, we have concerns about but they are diminishing is really late summer early autumn.

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." Read More Related Articles Woman livid as mum tells her to leave beach over ‘inappropriate’ bikini Read More Related Articles Prince William 'will be England's last monarch' Prof Ferguson - widely regarded as one of the lockdown architects - added: "Particularly the data that was released about the fact that even if you do get infected if you've been vaccinated then you are less infectious." Pof Ferguson said the risk of vaccines being less effective in the face of variants was "the major concern" that could still lead to a "very major third wave in the autumn". He also said it was "much better to be vaccinating people than shutting down the whole of society". And he is "feeling fairly optimistic that we will be not completely back to normal, but something which feels a lot more normal by the summer".

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