Prof Andrew Pollard, the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group, said the “jury is out” about whether new Covid vaccines will be needed to combat mutant strains but expressed hope those already developed can stop severe cases. “If people have just got the sniffles then I think our job is done,” Prof Pollard told MPs on Tuesday as he looked ahead to the coming years during an event hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus. With scientists increasingly talking about an annual Covid jab and warning that the virus will not disappear entirely, MPs are considering how to balance the long term needs of protecting people and rebuilding the economy.
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Arguably the most important part of planning is regarding your budget. We are all limited by our budgets and this means some of us will have to pay much more close attention to our spending habits. It is important to take it slow and carefully think about your purchases especially as they get more expensive.
New cars entering the market today will have a long road life and the vast majority of those vehicles run on gasoline or diesel, he said. Improved fuel efficiency means new gasoline powered vehicles will require less fuel than in the past, DeRosiers said, but “the oilpatch has got quite a long road in front of it still.” “At some point, energy demand related to carbon based fuels is going to collapse.” “But I think it probably a good 20 to 30 years out, possibly even more.” Richard Masson, an executive fellow at the University of Calgary School of Public Policy, said the oilpatch has to pay attention but doesn expect a precipitous drop in demand for Alberta crude. Looking out over the next two decades, Masson said oil markets will need more crude to replace anticipated production declines elsewhere.