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• Single vaccine dose only 33.2% effective in UK
• UAE removes UK from its green list
• Demark begins to lift more restrictions
• South Korea to allow travellers with two doses of vaccine
• UK to postpone lifting lockdown to 17 July

World news

• A headache, sore throat and runny nose are now the most commonly-reported symptoms linked to Covid infection in the UK, according to researchers from the Zoe Covid Symptom study.

• A four-week delay in lifting lockdown measures in England is to be announced, pushing back reopening from 21 June to 19 July. The main impacts will be:

• Pubs and hospitality remain restricted to table service and with social distancing measures in place.
• People should still work from home, if they can.
• Theatres and entertainment venues will have their capacity held at 50%.
• Nightclubs have to remain closed.


• A number of Indian states have begun lifting restrictions, including Delhi where authorities allowed all shops and malls to open.

• Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa pledged no return to Covid restrictions.

• South Korea will exempt some travellers who have received vaccines overseas from its mandatory two-week quarantine starting 1 July.

• Six more Italian regions are also loosening restrictions from today, with a total of 12 of the country's 21 regions and autonomous provinces now under the lowest level of restrictions - although mask wearing and social distances remain in place, and large gatherings are still banned.

• Denmark is also easing its rules from today, with face masks only required on public transport during rush hour and for standing passengers.

• Russia is introducing some local restrictions including closing food courts and play areas in shopping centres from Thursday.

• Anti-lockdown protesters have been staging a demonstration at Westminster this morning.

• The United Arab Emirates has also removed the UK from its green list of countries.

• All adults in Wales have been offered a vaccine, six weeks ahead of schedule.

• Cardiff's airport was hardest hit by the pandemic in the UK last year according to data by the CAA, seeing an 87% decline in passengers. Next were Glasgow Prestwick - 85.8% passengers - and Exeter with 85.5%.