The least risky activities were visiting a hairdresser, barber, nail salon or a beauty parlour.

There was “no good evidence of increased risk” from attending cinemas, theatres, concerts or indoor sports events either, the study reports.

However, the new research has only looked at the data before the emergence of Omicron.

The Omicron variant first emerged in the UK on 27 November and cases picked up from mid-December.

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