#younger-people

'Freedom day doesn't include me': for some, the end of lockdown will be a time of fear
"In the roadmap to freedom, I hear nothing about people like me, other than as a qualifying postscript to the Covid deaths: 'But they had an underlying health condition'," says Racquel Sherry.
'It's bonkers': Traders and shoppers split over plan to revive imperial measurements
Shoppers and traders are divided following the government's proposals to allow the return of imperial measurements.
Britain Signals Intent to Revert to the Imperial System
The government announced plans to allow shops to sell produce in pounds and ounces, rather than using the metric system, as part of an effort to "capitalize on new Brexit freedoms."
NSW Covid update: state to trial seven-day home quarantine for international arrivals
New South Wales will introduce a home quarantine "pilot" for international arrivals, as the state works towards opening international borders.
Tories try again to crack vote-rich Toronto-area ridings | CBC News
Oakville, Ont., resident Nicole Lauermeier has considered herself a political centrist who supported Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in the 2019 election and has since been a fan of the riding's member of Parliament Anita Anand.
Complete healthcare solutions through Deep learning-UX/UI Case study
The System will basically consist of three different users that would be interacting to provide through mutual utilization of self-monitoring and consultation from a specialist.
To Unseat Trudeau, Canada's Top Conservative Leans Left
Erin O'Toole, the Conservative Party leader, has brought his party into a statistical tie in polls with the Liberals.
WHO, partners aim to get Africa 30% of needed doses by Feb
The World Health Organization and its partners said they hope to provide Africa with about 30% of the COVID-19 vaccines the continent needs by February, badly missing the 60% vaccination coverage goal that African leaders had once hoped for this year.
Mandatory masks could return this winter, says Sajid Javid
The health secretary, Sajid Javid, has said the government may need to reintroduce mandatory face masks and advise the public to work from home, as he set out the government's plans for coping with Covid in England through the autumn and winter.
Medics recommend Covid vaccines for older children
The benefit of vaccinating younger people was an "important and potentially useful additional tool" England's chief medical officer has announced.