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• J&J vaccine less effective against Delta variant

• UK violent crime falls 28%, but fraud up 36%

• China refuses second origin audit by WHO

• Two more athletes test positive in Olympic village

• Beijing vaccinates 90.8% of its population


World news


• The England and Wales NHS Covid-19 app sent out 607,486 contract tracing alerts in the week ending 14 July, compared to 530,000 the previous week.

• In the week to 15 July 773,700 children were sent home from school and told to self-isolate.

• ONS data show a 28% fall in the number of victims of violence during the first year of the pandemic. However, there has been a 36% rise in fraud and computer misuse offences in the 12 months to March 2021.

• From 16 August children, under 18s and people who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to self-isolate in the UK if they come into contact with someone with the virus.

• YouTube says it has removed videos posted by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro because they spread misinformation about coronavirus.

• The Australian Rugby League Commission and New Zealand Rugby League have pulled their teams out of the Rugby League World Cup, which is due to be held in England in October and November.

• China has rejected a World Health Organization plan for a second investigation into the origin of the pandemic.

• Mass testing has started in China’s Nanjing city after an outbreak. A total of 11 cases were recorded in Jiangsu province.

• Data from NHS Digital showed the number of under-20s admitted over the past year for eating disorders was over 3,200 – nearly 50% higher than in 2019-20.

• Beijing has fully vaccinated 90.8% of its adult residents, government data shows. Shanghai and Wuhan reported rates of 80% and 77%.

• Czech Olympic beach volleyball player Marketa Nausch-Slukova and Netherlands taekwondo competitor Reshmie Oogink have tested positive in the Olympic village in Tokyo. There are 12 new positive cases overall, bringing the total to 87.

• A new study, which has not been peer-reviewed and has been published as a pre-print, suggests the J&J vaccine is much less effective in mitigating the symptoms of those with the Delta or Lambda variants.

• Azerbaijan has extended its quarantine restrictions until 1 September. Borders are to remain shut. Only vaccinated people will be able to attend weddings and visit sports venues and people are required to wear facemasks indoors.

Headlines

• J&J vaccine less effective against Delta variant

• UK violent crime falls 28%, but fraud up 36%

• China refuses second origin audit by WHO

• Two more athletes test positive in Olympic village

• Beijing vaccinates 90.8% of its population



World news

• The England and Wales NHS Covid-19 app sent out 607,486 contract tracing alerts in the week ending 14 July, compared to 530,000 the previous week.

• In the week to 15 July 773,700 children were sent home from school and told to self-isolate.

• ONS data show a 28% fall in the number of victims of violence during the first year of the pandemic. However, there has been a 36% rise in fraud and computer misuse offences in the 12 months to March 2021.

• From 16 August children, under 18s and people who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to self-isolate in the UK if they come into contact with someone with the virus.

• YouTube says it has removed videos posted by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro because they spread misinformation about coronavirus.

• The Australian Rugby League Commission and New Zealand Rugby League have pulled their teams out of the Rugby League World Cup, which is due to be held in England in October and November.

• China has rejected a World Health Organization plan for a second investigation into the origin of the pandemic.

• Mass testing has started in China’s Nanjing city after an outbreak. A total of 11 cases were recorded in Jiangsu province.

• Data from NHS Digital showed the number of under-20s admitted over the past year for eating disorders was over 3,200 – nearly 50% higher than in 2019-20.

• Beijing has fully vaccinated 90.8% of its adult residents, government data shows. Shanghai and Wuhan reported rates of 80% and 77%.

• Czech Olympic beach volleyball player Marketa Nausch-Slukova and Netherlands taekwondo competitor Reshmie Oogink have tested positive in the Olympic village in Tokyo. There are 12 new positive cases overall, bringing the total to 87.

• A new study, which has not been peer-reviewed and has been published as a pre-print, suggests the J&J vaccine is much less effective in mitigating the symptoms of those with the Delta or Lambda variants.

• Azerbaijan has extended its quarantine restrictions until 1 September. Borders are to remain shut. Only vaccinated people will be able to attend weddings and visit sports venues and people are required to wear facemasks indoors.