Boris Johnson remains in intensive care with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab standing in for him. Despite the massive population in China and coronavirus originating there, crowds flocked to popular sites over their holiday weekend when lockdown measures were lifted. Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar is putting pause on politics and returning to his former job as a general practitioner and Japan will declare a state of emergency in parts of the country after a spike in infections.
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“It is not for the DWP to interfere with the GP and their patient," one critic says.
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There is a large group of women for whom hospital visits and repeated GP appointments could be avoided altogether if basic medication were provided appropriately
1.4 million people waited more than 28 days.
Ten minutes is never enough, medication is not the only improver, and running late is also a right pain in the neck.
Patients can still book one-to-one appointments if they prefer.
One person "begged" their GP to be referred for therapy.