Coronavirus latest: Montenegro has become the first European destination on the red list

Returning travelers from the country as well as those coming from it ThailandThey will need to book a quarantine hotel accommodation if they arrive after 4am on Monday.

It comes as seven destinations have been added to the travel green list – Canada, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the Azores.

The UK is preparing for a busy banking holiday staycation On the weekend, with travelers urged to avoid departure on Friday afternoon to miss the rush.

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Professor says A-Z complications are ‘very rare’

Professor Julia Hebsley Cox, professor of clinical epidemiology and general practice at the University of Oxford, confirmed that “the vast majority of patients will be completely fine” after being vaccinated against the Corona virus.

It comes after the coroner concluded that award-winning BBC radio presenter Lisa Shaw had died of complications from her first dose of AstraZeneca.

“It is very sad, and my condolences to Lisa’s family,” Professor Hipsley Cox told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

“But to put it in context, these are very rare cases, and the vast majority of patients will be perfectly fine with these vaccines.”


There will be no changes to coronavirus restrictions in Wales

First Minister Mark Drakeford urged people in Wales to get vaccinated and continue to take familiar steps to help tackle rising levels of Covid-19 as the case rate earlier this week topped 320 cases per 100,000 people.

Nearly 10,000 alerts were sent to NHS Covid-19 app users in Wales in the last recorded week – the highest number since mid-July – and a 63% increase on the previous week.

Three weeks ago, all restrictions on meeting others were lifted and all businesses, including nightclubs, reopened when Wales moved to Alert Level Zero.

Protective masks are still required on public transportation, in health and social care settings, and in stores.


Study says the risk of blood clots with Covid is ‘much higher’ than after a dose of the vaccine

A study has found that the increased risk of hospitalization or death due to blood clots for a person infected with the Coronavirus is “significantly higher” than that of people who received a first dose of the vaccine.

The researchers said their work is the first to compare AstraZeneca and Pfizer’s vaccines with Covid-19 risks on such a large scale.

The paper, the largest study of its kind on the topic, comes after a coroner concluded that the award-winning BBC radio presenter had died of complications from the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Lisa Shaw died in May, just over three weeks after taking her first dose.

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