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251 views • January 5, 2022

Labour Leader Tests Positive for COVID Again; Scotland Self-Isolation Period Cut to 7 Days | NTD

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Parliament reopens with the first Prime Minister’s Questions of the year. But opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer was missing after testing positive for COVID-19, for the second time. People who test positive for COVID-19 in Scotland can exit isolation after seven days, as the Scottish government is seeking less restrictive ways amid a surge in new cases. World No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic has got a medical exemption for the Australian Open’s vaccination requirement. Australian Prime Minister demands proof.
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