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Boris Johnson to hold covid press conference today as Omicron cases continue to rise

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Boris Johnson is to hold a press conference at Downing Street today as the Omicron covid variant continues to spread rapidly across the UK.

The Prime Minister will update the country as data continues to trickle in from the festive season when England had lighter curbs than Scotland and Wales.

The latest data on the virus and hospitalisations is due today.Cases have shot up in recent days with the highest levels ever being recorded over the New Year period.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is due to brief the Scottish Parliament tomorrow.She will address MSPs in a virtual sitting about what measures may be taken to halt the spread of the Omicron variant.Sturgeon has been urged to change the self-isolation rules in Scotland from ten to seven

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