Saturday 6 March

So much can happen in a week and when we come to look back over the trajectory of the pandemic, it could well seem as if a month’s worth has been packed into every single week. It’s interesting, then, that only on Monday there was extreme concern that our leaky border controls had enabled 6Continue reading “Saturday 6 March”

Saturday 30 January

Yet again it’s been a very eventful week, the most arresting issues being the passing of the ghastly 100,000 Covid deaths milestone and EC/AstraZeneca row (see below). With a further 1725 deaths being recorded on Wednesday, taking just one day as an example, the situation is clearly improving only very slowly, in terms of numbersContinue reading “Saturday 30 January”

Saturday 2 January 2021

Happy New Year to all, or at least a better one than 2020, despite entering 2021 facing the dire situation of daily deaths approaching 1,000, a lockdown in almost everything but name, new variants running rife, overburdened and exhausted clinicians and medics’ concern about the policy to change the timing of the Pfizer vaccine secondContinue reading “Saturday 2 January 2021”

Sunday 13 September

It seems every week packs a punch in terms of hefty and impacting news items, but this last one must be in pole position, with (quietly and predictably) Portugal once more removed from  England’s non-quarantine list, the worrying rise in new COVID cases, the lack of test availability, the limit of 6 gathering inside orContinue reading “Sunday 13 September”