Despite record COVID surge, Europeans ease rules for key services

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By Clara-Laeila Laudette and Elias Biryabarema MADRID/KAYUNGA, Uganda (Reuters) – European governments are relaxing COVID-19 rules to keep hospitals, schools and emergency services going as the much more contagious but less lethal Omicron variant changes their approach to the pandemic. Even though a rapid surge in infections has yet to peak in Europe, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the time was right to start evaluating the disease’s evolution “with different parameters”. The mass return of children to school after the Christmas holidays is evidence that few wish to see a return to …

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