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NHS staff deleting Covid app as calls grow for doctors to be exempt from self-isolation

Healthcare workers are advised to ‘pause’ contact tracing on the app while working in clinical settings, with personal protective equipment worn when required. But NHS managers said some staff were privately leaving the app off at all times or deleting it because they feared being forced to self-isolate. One said: ‘I had Covid in the first wave, I’ve been double jabbed – I can’t keep isolating every time the app pings. I switched it off ages ago, and I think a lot of staff who are double vaccinated have done the same’ – Telegraph

Trump announces ‘major’ class-action lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook, Google – Epoch Times

Vaccination rates plummet as the young hesitate over Covid jabs – Times

Vaccinated travellers still face costly Covid tests on return from amber list countries after July 19 – Telegraph

Stan Collymore leads the calls for fan who shone a laser pen in Danish keeper Kasper Schmeichel’s face before Harry Kane’s winning penalty to be barred from future games – Mail


I back Priti Patel’s crackdown on migrants. There’s just one problem – we’ve heard it all before – Alp Mehmet, Mail

The mask row is in danger of descending into a very British culture war – Ella Whelan, Telegraph

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