Britain’s Labour leader Keir Starmer making a speech on January 4, setting out his party’s ambition for a new Britain. He has tested positive, again, for Covid-19. Photo: AP
Britain’s Labour leader Keir Starmer making a speech on January 4, setting out his party’s ambition for a new Britain. He has tested positive, again, for Covid-19. Photo: AP

Covid-19: 1 in 15 infected in England in last week of 2021; opposition leader tests positive for second time

  • New figures show 1 in 15 people infected in week ending December 31, up from 1 in 25 the previous week
  • Labour leader Keir Starmer has now tested positive for second time; had been due to quiz Prime Minister Boris Johnson about pandemic policies

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Britain’s Labour leader Keir Starmer making a speech on January 4, setting out his party’s ambition for a new Britain. He has tested positive, again, for Covid-19. Photo: AP
Britain’s Labour leader Keir Starmer making a speech on January 4, setting out his party’s ambition for a new Britain. He has tested positive, again, for Covid-19. Photo: AP
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