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  • Festive party season plans are remaining on trackbut many people say they’ll change the food they serve as fears of the Omnicron variant grow
  • Traditional grazing food such as canapes, dips and bite-size hors d’oeuvres are being taken off the menu at festive gatherings to prevent the virus spreading
  • 63 per cent of people questioned by hygiene solutions provider, INEOS Hygienics, said they’d avoid eating finger food at Christmas parties
  • And a third of hosts said they’d ask guest to sanitise their hands on arrival
  • 크리스마스 party season is about to get underwaybut festive sharing food could be off the menu for many hosts, after people said they’d be wary of buffet dining for fear of catching the new Covid variant 오미크론.

    Bite-size yuletide favourites including nuts, olives, crisps, canapes and dips look set to get the chop as concerns over the latest variant grow.

    보건장관 사지 드 자 비드 is yet to put Christmas festivities on hold until more is known about Omicron, saying UK cases are ‘very low’ – but a new survey this week suggests that 63 per cent of UK adults will give finger foods a wide berth at upcoming parties this year.

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    Buffets may be a festive staple but this year party hosts are ditching sharing platters - including nuts, olives, canapes and dips - over fears that it could help spread new Covid variant Omnicron

    Buffets may be a festive staple but this year party hosts are ditching sharing plattersincluding nuts, olives, canapes and dipsover fears that it could help spread new Covid variant Omnicron

    The study was carried out by leading hygiene solutions provider, INEOS Hygienics, and questioned 2,023 adults about their plans for the traditional party season.

    주위에 58 per cent of people said they’d feel worried at the sight of a buffet at party, assuming it would lead to closer contact with guests.

    The study also suggested that almost a quarter of people – 24 퍼센트 – will ask their friends and relatives to frequently sanitise their hands during Christmas meet-ups.

    George Ratcliffe, Chief Operating Officer of INEOS Hygienics, 말했다: ‘We are facing a dilemma this festive season over what to feed guests, or what food to expect if you’re visiting relatives or heading off to the office party.

    ‘Finger foods have long been a popular but now people are more mindful of passing on viruses to loved ones and colleagues. ‘Hand hygiene is an essential tool in protecting ourselves and those around us.

    Dishes that could be off the menu include buffet staples such as crisps, nuts, canapes and dips, as well as salads, mini burgers and popcorn. Boards of Mediterranean-style antipasti now also come with a side-portion of risk, people said.

    Party hosts say they’ll dodge buffet woes by offering individually-wrapped items including crisps and nuts – 그냥 20 per cent of hosts saying they’ll continue to offer treats such as ham and pineapple sticks.








    다른 곳, one in seven said people would leave hungry after admitting they’ll not serve any food, only drink if they’re hosting.

    The survey also found that a BYO approach could workwith one in five saying they’d ask people to arrive with the snacks they’d like to nibble on. Overall, 15 per cent said their ‘first prioritywas keeping friends and family safe in the festive season.

    Israeli scientists claim Pfizer’s booster jab provides up to 90% protection against severe illness from Omicron

    People who get a booster Pfizer Covid vaccine or who had their second jab within six months should be highly protected against Omicron, Israeli health chiefs claim.

    Without citing any data, Health minister Nitzan Horowitz said on Tuesday that there was ‘room for optimismbased on ‘initial indications’.

    Just hours later, a report by an Israeli news channel claimed the Pfizer jab was 90 per cent effective at preventing symptomatic infection from Omicron, just slightly less than Delta.

    채널 12 also claimed the super mutant is just 1.3 times more infectious than the dominant Delta variant — much lower than initially feared.

    The news comes after two new cases of Omicron variant were identified in Israel, bringing the total to four. The country closed its borders to foreigners at midnight on Sunday to stem the spread of the new strain.

    Mr Horowitz told local reporters on Tuesday: ‘In the coming days we will have more accurate information about the efficacy of the vaccine against Omicron.

    ‘But there is already room for optimism, and there are initial indications that those who are vaccinated with a vaccine still valid or with a booster, will also be protected from this variant.

    A spokesperson for the Health Ministry last night said it was not yet in possession of the data published by Channel 12.

    But the comments come after the co-founder of BioNTechwhich developed the Pfizer jabsaid he was confident it would hold up against Omicron.

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