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GPs are told to halt non-urgent care to focus on vaccine rollout

Family doctors have been told to stop routine appointments and only help people facing medical emergencies during the vaccine rollout. Guidelines issued to GPs say most surgeries should pause non-urgent appointments such as health checks, routine blood tests and medication reviews. However, cancer charities have repeatedly said mass disruption to treatment could cost thousands of lives, while charity Versus Arthritis said millions of patients are being left in agony — Mail

Covid hospital patients can be discharged to care homes without a test, say guidelines sent to providers — Telegraph

Whitehall snubs offers from local councils to help with Covid vaccinations — Times

Meagre school food parcels an insult to families, says Boris Johnson — Times

Officials underestimated number of rough sleepers in England needing help — Guardian

Middle-aged father, 50, wins payout after being rejected for NHS job because he wouldn’t fit in with ‘millennial’ women who worked there — Mail

Democrats and 10 Republicans vote for second impeachment of Trump — Epoch Times


Pangolin barbs from Boris Johnson won’t stop China treating us with scorn — Stephen Glover, Mail

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