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Modified COVID-19 vaccines for variants to be fast-tracked, says MHRA and other regulatorsFuture vaccine respond to new variants of coronavirus to be made available quickly to UK compromising on safety, quality or effectiveness.  .

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Covid-19: New vaccines for variants to be fast-trackedRapid approval without lengthy tests can happen if new vaccines are needed to fight variants, say regulators.

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Newcastle councillor opens up on 'unreal' pain of Covid-19 after family's battle with virusIrim Ali has warned people that anyone can suffer serious illness from the virus, after being hit by Covid herself and seeing husband Sajid hospitalised with severe symptoms.

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Coronavirus latest as weekly rise in cases shows work still to be doneThere have been 75 new cases of coroanvirus recorded across northern Lincolnshire and three new deaths as the toll of the pandemic continues to affect the area.

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Groby company sets up on-site Covid-19 testing programme for its 650 staffDruck ,a Baker Hughes business which makes measuring instruments, has launched a Government-backed on-site Covid-19 rapid testing programme which can get results back in 30 minutes.

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Map predicts whether areas of Sussex will be Covid-19 hotspotsA MAP created by Imperial College London has predicted whether parts of Sussex will become "Covid-19 hotspots" this month.

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Health secretary hails Workington Covid-19 vaccine programme as ‘Unbelievable'THE RESPONSE of Workington's health service to the Covid-19 pandemic has been praised by the nation's health secretary who said he is "incredibly grateful."

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International Literacy Day 2020To mark the International Literacy Day, 8th September 2020, we organized a Poster Making Competition for various schools through online platform.

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How to Stay Mentally Well as a Vanderbilt Student During a Global PandemicBy Margaux Vitols It has been almost a year since Vanderbilt students were sent home during the 2020 spring semester due to Covid.

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The second shot by Ruth Neuwald FalconIm aware that everyone has a different reaction. For myself, I found it helpful, before I got my second shot, to know that there was a range of possible responses, from minimal to more drama...

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Africa needs to tackle inequalities during the COVID-19 recovery processEnglish News and Press Release on World about Protection and Human Rights, Recovery and Reconstruction and Epidemic; published on 03 Mar 2021 by ECA.

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Genetic variation associated with COVID-19 outcomeHost genetics play a role in disease progression and prognosis. A paper recently uploaded to the preprint server medRxiv by Dubé et al.

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Some Time With COVID.Since March 2020, I kept thinking to myself, “I hope I don’t have to get a COVID test.” Not sure why my brain jumped to the test versus catching the actual virus, but it sure did.

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The day after the Moderna vaccine.Neither hubby or I felt the needle go in, and there was no soreness at the site.

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Low-cost, non-electric ventilator allows non-specialized workers to treat COVID-19 patientsA team of engineers from Loughborough University has designed and built a unique low-cost, non-electric ventilator in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Over the TransomFrom a friend in Leningrad: L. and I got our second covid shot today. There are no queues here.

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Cora the ExplorerThis post is just very tardy. I have no excuse. The daffodils are already up where we live and I'm going to take us back to some snow days we had in Kandersteg between Christmas and New Year, back in the Berner Oberland.

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Pfizer SARS-CoV-2 vaccine effective from day 11 post 1st vaccinationNew research from a team of scientists in Australia finds that the second ‘booster' dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine did not increase vaccine efficacy against severe acute respiratory syndrome , the causative agent of coronavirus disease 2019.

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Greg Abbott Order to Rescind the State's Mask Mandate Receives Backlash and Criticism.Yesterday, Governor Greg Abbott, announced before the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, that, effective next Wednesday, the statewide mask mandate would be lifted, and that all businesses of any kind would allowed to reopen at full capacity.

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Australia news live: Morrison says he will welcome back Christian Porter and 'rule of law' must prevailPressure mounts for inquiry into historical rape allegation made against attorney general as PM says there's ‘no suggestion' Porter will step down.

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COVID and My Relationship with FoodTW Eating Disorder As someone who struggles with disordered eating, I am constantly working on my relationship with food.

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Covid: Biden says ‘Neanderthal thinking' behind lifting of mask rulesPresident Biden criticises moves to relax Covid restrictions in the southern state and Mississippi.

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Coronavirus live news: Covid death rates 10 times higher in countries where most adults overweightInterpol warns fake vaccines seized in China and South Africa are ‘tip of iceberg'; Brazil suffers another day of record Covid deaths; Greece prolongs lockdown to 16 March.

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Coronavirus daily infections in Bristol hit six-month lowA further three coronavirus deaths have been confirmed across the Bristol region.

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We are repeating history!If you normally would join a medical experiment then I can understand you joining the biggest one of all. But if you normally would never even consider joining a medical experiment then I'm really sorry if you got this jab.

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Final findings from February COVID-19 REACT-1 study publishedFindings from Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI show infections fell by two-thirds from the last REACT-1 report in January, with 1 in 204 people infected.

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The Heavy Metal Covid-19 BriefingThe series will be ongoing till it's over, which, who knows? There is some chaos in scheduling briefings lately, what with them getting shunted aside for Any Old Meeting, and there is some chaos in communicating the schedules, what with the Prime Minister's website, where he usually broadcasts his schedule a day in advance, looking like it's...

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Zombie Virus Outbreak on Campus; Students Believe OtherwiseAs he explained cautiously what to do, first year student Cody Zachary stood up and claimed obviously lying, ” claimed Zachary, “Just&.

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Fall in coronavirus infections has slowed in EnglandCoronavirus infections continue to fall in England but no longer at the sharp rate seen in early February, according to new data from REACT.

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Covid infection rate decline ‘slowing and may be on rise in London'The rate of decline has plateaued in England and in places there are hints it is increasing, data shows.

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Decline in UK Covid rates slowing with possible increase in some areasThe coronavirus is still around and dangerous and people should keep to the rules, the health secretary Matt Hancock has warned, as new data showed a slowing in the decline of infections and a possible slight increase in London, the south-east and the Midlands.

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Covid-19 mass testing in Southampton to beginSOUTHAMPTON residents who need to leave home for work and families with school-aged children will have access to Covid-19 tests from Saturday.

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Alberta has identified 16 additional cases of variants of concern, bringing the provincial total to 508; 402 new Covid-19 cases in last 24 hoursAs the province accelerates the distribution of first doses of vaccines, Albertans must continue to abide by health measures in place to protect each other and the health-care system.

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Care for children with cancer hit by Covid-19 globallyThree-quarters of hospitals saw some impact on their care for child cancer patients during the pandemic, according to a new study.

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Everything's bigger in Texas except masks. Plus, the CDC wants you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse. Seriously.Vaccine makers are having a tough time meeting their distribution targets. We'll look into the challenges they face.

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Gwynedd now has highest coronavirus infection rate in Wales9% of tests in the county have come back positive in the last week.

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Bill for coronavirus support tops £400bn as Rishi Sunak says UK will be paying for decades to comeTaxes to be at ‘highest sustained level in history', warn experts.

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Genetic Modification"You’re being lied to. Your own government is violating its own laws. They have shut down practitioners around the country, time and time again, for violating what are called ‘deceptive practices in medical claims.’ Guess what?"

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At-Home COVID Tests Available from ACDLThe Ashtabula County District Library is assisting the Ohio Department of Health in distributing, free to Ohio residents, the 15-minute Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card Home Test for at-home COVID-19 testing, in conjunction with a free telehealth session provided by eMed proctors. According to an ODOH Home Tests Guidance document received by...

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Joe Biden accuses Republican governors of 'neanderthal thinking' for lifting mask mandatesJoe Biden sharply criticized the Republican governors of Texas and Mississippi, who announced yesterday that they are rescinding their mask mandates, despite public health experts' concerns about another surge in coronavirus cases.

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The Surprisingly Similar COVID-19 Challenges of French Homeless and StudentsThis article was written by Victoria Deniel and Júlia Tar Homeless at Porte de la Chapelle in Paris, France.

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More than 200,000 Americans signed up for Obamacare within two weeks of Biden reopening healthcare marketplaceSign-ups between 15 and 28 February were three times higher than in same period over past two years.

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Poll: 1 In 3 Cats Refuse Vaxx Jab Over 'Big Vet' FearsMany cats distrust Dr. Anthony Meowci and the entire veterinary industry.

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Updates on Covid-19 VaccinationBy: Tanvi Mittal — Editor-in-Chief With three approved Covid-19 vaccines, the United States is gearing up to vaccinate the entire population as soon as possible.

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Tocilizumab in Patients Hospitalized with Covid-19 PneumoniaTo the Editor: The Journal recently published two trials of tocilizumab for coronavirus disease 2019 .1,2 According to the articles, the primary outcome in bot...

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An Uncertain Public — Encouraging Acceptance of Covid-19 VaccinesAn Uncertain Public An analysis of multiple polls suggests that much of the U.S. public is currently undecided about whether to take a Covid-19 vaccine.

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Vaccination plus Decarceration — Stopping Covid-19 in Jails and PrisonsVaccination plus Decarceration With the rollout of Covid vaccines, public debate regarding health in jails and prisons has increasingly shifted from decarceration toward vaccination of incarcerated...

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Covid deaths high in countries with more overweight people, says reportGovernments urged to prioritise obese people for vaccinations over greater risk of death from coronavirus.

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Stacey Abrams On The Continuing Fight For Voter AccessThe Supreme Court heard arguments this week about voting laws in Arizona that would make ballot access harder for people living in rural areas like the Navajo Nation.

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Judge Rips Kids Away From Moms Who Get Caught Not Wearing MasksBroward County Circuit Court Judge Dale Cohen has repeatedly suspended parental timesharing arrangements for mothers who have been caught not wearing masks, according to interviews with parents and stunning audio and court documents obtained by NATIONAL FILE.

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San Francisco to reopen indoor dining, gyms and museums as Covid cases fallCalifornia city, which was among the first to impose a lockdown, has seen some of the lowest case and death rates in the US.

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The latest coronavirus infection rates for every borough in Greater Manchester as Bolton continues to have highest numbersThe coronavirus transmission rate is continuing to drop in all 10 boroughs.

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Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Key points from the Department of Health press conferenceMinister Swann defended the lack of dates in the Executive's plan, which he ‘doesn't think is perfect', but said no government has been able to produce a perfect plan.

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Spend now, pay later: Sunak flags major tax rises as Covid bill tops £400bnRishi Sunak has told Britain's businesses and millions of middle-earners they will pay the price of the government's year long fight against Covid-19 with a spend now, pay later budget that combines life-support for the economy with the biggest tax increases since 1993.

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Rishi PickingsOn the day the chancellor defends his budget plans, we are joined by Radio 4's Evan Davis and Laura to help us pick through the detail.

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Nursing Home Deaths Become a Political FootballIn recent months, GOP lawmakers have heaped criticism on Democratic governors for how they handled outbreaks at nursing homes early in the pandemic.

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Coronavirus: Three more people die with Covid in the MendipsA further 315 coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the UK today.

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Biden accuses Republican governors of 'Neanderthal thinking' over plans to reopenPresident said US on the cusp of being able to change nature of Covid crisis but the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking.

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Covid-19 infection levels in Derbyshire now lowest since early OctoberThis is a huge drop from the county's early January peak of more than 5,000 cases within a week and is the lowest it has seen since early October, before both the current lockdown and the second national shutdown in November.

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Five more people across Gloucestershire die with coronavirusSince the pandemic first hit, there's been 940 Covid deaths in Gloucestershire.

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181 COVID-19 cases and six deaths in Greater Lincolnshire on WednesdayNHS England reported five new local hospital deaths on Wednesday, three at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust and two at at United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust.

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Border Patrol Releases 108 COVID Positive Illegal Immigrants Into TexasMore than 100 illegal immigrants released into Texas by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have tested positive for COVID-19, since late January, officials said.


Lancashire coronavirus cases fall with fewer than 200 in last 24 hoursAnother 196 cases were recorded across Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Burnley, Chorley, Fylde, Hyndburn, Lancaster, Pendle, Preston, Ribble Valley, Rossendale, South Ribble, West Lancashire and Wyre.

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OpheliaA LovibondA to play Carrie Symonds in Covid-19 dramaSir Kenneth Branagh will play Boris Johnson in Sky series This Sceptred Isle.

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Sunak extends support for self-employed but critics say millions miss outChancellor says grants for those whose earnings have been hit by Covid will last until September.

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Two more coronavirus deaths recorded in ChesterfieldA further two people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in Chesterfield, according to the latest daily statistics.

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Covid-19 deaths recorded in all four Somerset districts in 24 hoursSADLY people with Covid-19 died in all four Somerset districts in the latest 24-hour period.

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Coronavirus in Cornwall round-up: Wednesday, March 3The latest information relating to Covid-19 in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has now been updated, following a delay in today's figures.

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Electric vehicle range improvementThree principal factors have constrained electric vehicle sales: price, fueling convenience, and range. While governments have offered incentives to narrow the cost of acquisition gap , until recently the second and third factors, which are closely intertwined, have been problematic.

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Random recollections&Being stuck at home, unable to travel anywhere, I often dig through photos on my phone.

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Climate change vs. Covid-19: research study says former MAY have caused latterA research study says climate change caused Covid-19 but other scientists say that it is too early to come into such conclusions.

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Dr. Fauci gave his personal 3-D coronavirus model to the SmithsonianThe donation came as the museum honoured the public health expert.

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Coronavirus West Berkshire: Confirmed cases as of March 3The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire now stands at 6,106 - an increase of 11 in the past 24 hours.

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The Guardian view on Rishi Sunak's budget: Britain will go backwards with tax rises and spending cutsThe chancellor would like Britains relief response to be seen like Joe Bidens in the US.

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Leicester City Council: Listen to the Science Not the ToriesIt is unbelievable but the lies and misinformation about how Covid-19 is reaping havoc in our communities are still being made in Leicester - the city with the highest per capita infection rate in the entire country.

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South Africa, China seize fake coronavirus vaccines: InterpolInternational police agency says 400 vials containing fake vaccine found at a warehouse outside the South African capital Johannesburg.

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Gorillas at the San Diego Zoo are the first non-humans to be vaccinated against COVID-19Researchers are hoping the new ape-appropriate vaccine will help them better understand the coronavirus and its effects on apes in the wild.

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New Yorkers would have to flash COVID-19 passport to enter venues under new programGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday the rollout of a new pilot program in which New Yorkers would have to flash a sort of COVID-19 passport in order to enter sports arenas, theaters and other businesses as the state continues reopening efforts.

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Wed. 03/03Have passed a test designed for small human children. Polaroid has made a pen that draws in edible 3D candy.

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One more death and 33 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Warrington as downward trend continuesONE more patient has sadly died at Warrington Hospital after testing positive for COVID-19 while 33 new cases have been confirmed in the town.

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Warning as more coronavirus fatalities confirmedA further 25 people have died with Covid-19 in Ireland, National Public Health Emergency Team has said.

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Sudan receives first delivery of COVID-19 vaccines with over 800,000 dosesEnglish News and Press Release on Sudan about Health and Epidemic; published on 03 Mar 2021 by UNICEF and WHO.

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108 migrants tested positive for coronavirus before being released into TexasA spokesperson for Brownsville, a Texas border city where migrants are tested and processed before being released into the US, disclosed the alarming figure on Wednesday.

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Colons Before Coffee?Photo by fotografierende on “It’s only awkward if it matters.” Joyce Rachelle There are some conversations that should never be heard in the light of day, it’s true, they should be confined to the pages of a nondescript journal, sequestered to the back of a dusty bookcase, maybe to be discovered post mortem.

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Coronavirus has cost Oxford United £2.3mTHE coronavirus pandemic has cost Oxford United an, says chairman Sumrith 'Tiger' Thanakarnjanasuth.

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Life in LockdownI was reluctant to write this. In these turbulent times, when so many are dealing with grief, loss, despair and devastation, the story of my family doesn’t seem particularly significant.

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Making COVID-19 vaccination compulsory possible but prematureThe Health Minister-designate, Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has hinted at the possibility of making the coronavirus vaccine jab compulsory for all Ghanaians.

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Police swoop on thieves who stole box loads of vital Covid lateral flow testsPolice swooped on thieves who stole box loads of NHS-branded lateral flow coronavirus tests from a lorry parked in Harlow Business Park in Essex in the early hours of yesterday morning.

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Sussex County COVID-19 March 3The Sussex County officials reported 46 cases and two additional deaths on March 3.

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Covid-19: The Budget, island lockdown blues and baby newsHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.

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Pharmacists discover active substances that block SARS-CoV-2 replicationA research team of pharmacists at the University of Bonn has discovered two families of active substances that can block the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.

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'I don't want to be bullied': NHS and care workers on mandatory Covid jabsHealth staff in England respond to the prospect of vaccination being made compulsory for them.

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Libraries reopen and launch 'Reading Friends' serviceSomerset Libraries are delighted to announce that from Monday 8th March, almost all libraries will be reopening, offering a limited service as lockdown measures start to ease.

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Global travel to restart later than hopedCovid UK news - live: Global travel to restart later than hoped as vaccine tested in people with low immunity.

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Rixo Launches Their First Bridal CollectionBefore the Coronavirus pandemic hit, the average UK wedding cost just over £24,000  and thats before adding a 7* hotel onto your credit card for the honeymoon.

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Key dates for coronavirus lockdown easing in Scotland for March and AprilScotland will see changes to lockdown restrictions in the coming weeks - but Nicola Sturgeon is considering 'accelerating' the easing after health officials recorded some positive data on the state of the pandemic.

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UK recorded 6,385 Covid cases and 315 deaths todayAnother 315 people have died with Covid in the UK while 6,385 more cases have been recorded.

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Covid-19: Teen with anorexia 'overwhelmed' in lockdownA specialist says the pandemic has created the "perfect storm" for a rise in eating disorders.

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Covid-19: Backlash in Spain over princesses getting UAE vaccinesThe sisters say they were offered the jab when visiting their father in the United Arab Emirates.

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Dutch coronavirus test center hit by homemade bomb, police sayNobody was injured when the explosive device went off earlier on Wednesday.


COVID-19 Protocols for APTA Rail Conference 2021 Cleveland HotelsExpovision, The Hotel Reservation Office for APTA Rail Conference 2021 has reached out to its hotel partners for the latest information on their cleaning and safety protocols during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Resident dies as coronavirus outbreak hits care home and infects almost 40 peopleHowever, the virus managed to find its way into the home at the end of January, just 13 days after residents were given their first dose of the vaccine.

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Is there any point in a vaccine passport?One strategy that's been tried overseas in countries like Israel are what's known as vaccine passports - the idea being that to get into a movie or a gym, you need to prove you've been fully vaccinated.

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Village church modernisation dream boosted by coronavirus grantOfficials say a detailed survey of the historic building can now take place thanks to a grant of more than £15,000.

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North Wales coronavirus cases rise again after lowest figure in six monthsThe region reported its lowest number of cases in six months yesterday.

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Winter to Spring in one weekThis week the county reported a total of 18,349 cases of the virus with 237 active cases.

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Man who sent naked pictures of ex to her mother told he should have 'been a better Muslim'Khalid Mohamed, 25, of Tottenham, north London, had his Muslim faith questioned by a judge after he lied about having coronavirus when his ex-girlfriend broke up with him.

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UK public health authorities review early data on the effectiveness of Pfizer and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccinesA team of UK scientists has recently evaluated the effectiveness of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection.

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Coronavirus infections fall in England by two thirds during lockdown, research findsCoronavirus infections fell in England by around two thirds between a similar period in January to February, according to new research.

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Sainsbury's announces major restructure putting over 1,000 jobs at riskAround 1,150 jobs are at risk at Sainsbury's as part of a restructuring which will cut about 500 head-office roles across the country, the company has announced.

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Girl, 13, says year of online school destroyed her mental healthMadi Dale likened her life to Groundhog Day, as Covid kept her school buildings closed.

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Strictly's Oti Mabuse says coronavirus crisis has taken 'toll' on her mental healthThe professional dancer, 30, spoke with Metro on Wednesday about her mental health after she finished making the most recent series.

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Steps For Unlocking From CovidLast week the government announced a plan for unlocking as a nation following Covid. The plan consists of four steps taken at five-week intervals.

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Concern over Covid-19 levels in wastewater leads to new mobile testing site in CuparBased at Fluthers Car Park, the site will provide testing for members of the public with Covid-19 symptoms, but those without symptoms are also being encouraged to get tested.

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The attorney general accused of rapeLast Friday, it was reported that a current cabinet minister is at the centre of a historical rape allegation.

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Researchers develop ultrapotent miniproteins that target SARS-CoV-2 receptor-binding domainResearchers have investigated the effectiveness of a bioengineered miniprotein in protecting against SARS-CoV-2 infection in vivo.

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Zoom Fatigue and BurnoutZoom fatigue is something we tend to joke about, but having to adapt to facing the pressure of looking decent, and paying constant attention in front of a camera can be pretty exhausting.

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Bolton's first coronavirus case and how the drama unfoldedA YEAR ago today Bolton's department for public health received a phone call it was most likely expecting and dreading in equal measure.

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UK extends costly COVID aid, announces tax hike for businessesFinance minister Rishi Sunak said extra economic support is needed as the UK remains under coronavirus restrictions.

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COVID-19: 5 blood proteins predict critical illness and deathNew research finds that among people hospitalized with COVID-19, five blood proteins are higher in those who go on to require critical care.

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Project HOPE and Partners Roll Out COVID-19 Vaccination Training in Over 20 African CountriesEnglish News and Press Release on World and 2 other countries about Health and Epidemic; published on 03 Mar 2021 by HOPE.

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‘We must avert this threat': We have to protect great apes from coronavirusThe potentially lethal disease could be the final straw for these amazing species - and may harm their predators, too, writes Jane Dalton.

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What to do if you're scared to trust the Government's roadmap out of Covid lockdownAfter three lockdowns and a 'cancelled' Christmas, there are many who are unsure about trusting the Government's lockdown exit plan.

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Signs of the Times"No Shirt, No Shoes, No Mask, No Service": Leon, Kings Cross, March 2021. Without any hard data to back this up, I suspect that one of the few economic beneficaries of the pandemic may be the graphic design and printing sectors.

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Women ‘short-changed by male-dominated Covid response leadership'Women account for 70 per cent of health workers on pandemic frontlines but only one quarter of Covid taskforce members.

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Calderdale exceeds targets for coronavirus vaccination programmeThe Calderdale Covid-19 vaccine programme has exceeded the performance targets set nationally for delivery of the first two priority cohorts of the population.

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NSA cancels 2021 regional events due to coronavirusThe National Sheep Association has cancelled its 2021 regional events due to ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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NHS and care home staff could be forced to have Covid jabsA review of vaccine passports will consider whether it should be mandatory for everyone working in health and social care to have the injection as a way of protecting patients, according to the Daily Mail.

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Salsa dancers filmed in Battersea Park but police 'too busy to respond'A group of around 10 maskless dancers openly flouted lockdown restrictions in Battersea Park.

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Further 14 coronavirus deaths confirmed in hospitals in Black Country, Birmingham and StaffordshireThe deaths announced on Wednesday mean 7,314 people have now died with the virus in the region's hospitals.

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Brighton and Hove has now had 14,000 coronavirus casesThe total positive tests since the start of the pandemic was reached the figure after the latest official count at 9am Monday morning.

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Rishi Sunak lays out UK coronavirus response in budgetAnnouncing a further £65bn to extend the furlough scheme and support businesses, Sunak warned it would take 'a long time' for the public finances to recover from the worst recession in 300 years.

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Dozens of Covid-19 fines dished out as hundreds gather at three illegal parties across LeicesterPolice have said they issued dozens of Covid-19 breach fines after they were called to big parties being held across Leicester.

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Budget 2021 highlights: Rishi Sunak lays out UK coronavirus responseThe chancellor, Rishi Sunak, said he would continue to do 'whatever it takes' to protect jobs and aid the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, as he outlined the budget.

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Starbucks, Target Among Companies to Still Mandate Masks in Texas Despite Lift on Covid-19 RestrictionsSeveral large chains plan to keep restrictions in place despite Gov. Abbott's move; Life Time, Albertsons to drop mask requirement.

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Covid-19 patient in their 20s among those who died in hospital in the last week'Our thoughts and condolences are with the family and friends of the patients at this very difficult and distressing time'

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Tokyo Olympics: Foreign fans 'could be BANNED from Games'Japan's government is behind plans to stop foreign fans coming to this summer's Games because of concerns over the spread of coronavirus.

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EU workers may lose right to live in UK after returning to home country in Covid crisis, report warnsNew status creates ‘time bomb' of uncertainty for millions, warn campaigners.

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Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine will not change your DNAThis is a common myth about mRNA vaccines, which give instructions to cells, but do not change their DNA.

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NHS Highland detects nine new coronavirus casesNINE new cases of the coronavirus have been detected across NHS Highland.

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Obesity may reduce COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, say researchersA startling new study by researchers at the Istituti Fisioterapici Ospitalieri , Rome, Italy, indicates that obesity may reduce the immune response to the current coronavirus disease 2019 vaccines, along with other factors like age and sex.

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King's Lynn school outlines coronavirus testing programme to prepare for pupils' returnOfficials at Lynn's Springwood High School say they have already carried out over 1,500 Covid-19 tests ahead of the re-opening, with more to come over the next few days.

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Twitter will ban users for posting vaccine misinformationThe social media company said it had already attempted to tackle misinformation on the platform, having taken down 8,400 tweets and 11.5 million accounts facing bans.

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COVID-19: What support measures were announced and extended in the Budget?Furlough, universal credit increase and self-employed grants have been extended, while hospitality and culture get a boost.

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Delayed second dose strategy with mRNA vaccines may reduce COVID-19 mortality, say researchersAn interesting new preprint shows that even if countries are forced to delay the second dose of the current vaccines administered against SARS-CoV-2, to arrest the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the cumulative mortality would still fall significantly.

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COVID-19: Police arrest 84 people as thousands of fake coronavirus vaccines seized in China and South AfricaIt comes weeks after the head of Interpol warned that criminal networks would try to cash in on the global vaccination rollout.

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Budget 2021: the verdict on Rishi Sunak's plansFor now, some Treasury love was lavished on areas with critical local elections looming. With the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasting a swifter bounceback from the pandemic than expected, Sunak still seems to be banking on a growth-led recovery - fuelled by companies spending the cash reserves some have been hoarding ever since the...

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Ireland's main science funder plans for budget boostObservers see signs that Science Foundation Ireland is shifting industry focus implemented after 2008 recession.

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Newport pet service handed improvement notice for breaching coronavirus rulesThe business has been given 48 hours to improve compliance or it may face further action.

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Trump's White House physician reportedly made sexual comments and drank on the jobDepartment of Defense issues negative review of Representative Ronny Jackson during tenure as top White House physician, according to CNN.

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3 Dozen Cases of Spontaneous Miscarriages, Stillbirths Occurring After COVID-19 VaccinationBY MEILING LEE March 1, 2021 Updated: March 1, Thirty-four cases of pregnant women experiencing spontaneous miscarriages or stillbirths after receiving have been submitted to Event Reporting System.

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How To Make Love To HateWe must meet the forces of hate with the power of love.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. I’ve been thinking about the purpose of hate recently.

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Oops, I did it again!Just a short post today as I had something else planned and it wasnt another reference to a Britney Spears song.

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Some Lockdown ListeningWhen I wrote this articles counterpart back in May 2020, I would never have believed that by March 2021, lockdown would be persisting in the UK and beyond.


Watch the winners of this year's ‘Dance Your Ph.D.' contestYou may never look at clouds the same way again. A video created by three atmospheric science graduate students at the University of Helsinki features an original rap song and choreography explaining how groups of atoms stick together to form the billowy shapes in our sky.

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UK coronavirus hospital deaths up by 255 in lowest Wednesday rise since OctoberNHS England has announced 204 further deaths, Scotland recorded 35 more deaths, in Wales 12 more people have died and in Northern Ireland there have been another 4 fatalities.

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Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch onlineFrom live streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon - this page is updated regularly.

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Biden: vaccines for all US adults by MayPresident Biden says the United States will have enough coronavirus vaccine for every American adult by the end of May.

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Covid-19 infection rate across Lancaster district drops, but number of deaths rises in bay hospitalsTwelve people have passed away in Morecambe Bay hospitals in the last week after contracting coronavirus.

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Covid-19 vaccines: France keeps close eye on possible side effectsWith Covid-19 vaccination campaigns under way, doctors are keeping an eye out for possible side effects linked to the inoculations.

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Researchers conduct large meta-analysis of COVID-19's neurological manifestationsThe global spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 , has led to intense interest in the various manifestations of the infection, including its neurological features.

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IGIB: In vaccinated people, Covishield first dose is highly immunogenic if already infectedIn a small study involving just 135 health-care workers who were vaccinated with Covishield, IGIB researchers found that antibody levels are significantly higher in those already infected prior to the first dose of vaccination compared with virus-naïve individuals.

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Queensland Health's bizarre tweet defending slow vaccine rollout says state is being 'picked on'Queensland Health has posted a bizarre message claiming the state is being 'picked on by others' for its slow coronavirus vaccine rollout, which gave the jab to 30 per cent fewer people than projected.

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What's Really Under the MaskIt logically follows that whenever a great calamity has stricken a community for which the blame lies squarely at the feet of its elected leaders, those selfsame leaders will fabricate a distraction to alleviate the pressure of public attention which has been aroused by that calamity.

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Covid NI: Increase in positive coronavirus cases recorded in past 24 hours1,419 individuals have tested positive in the past seven days, says the DoH.

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Lent 2021 A€“ Day 13Jeremiah 3:6-18Romans 1:26-2:11John 5:1-18 After this there was a festival of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.

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Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Four further deaths and 226 new cases confirmedFour new deaths linked to coronavirus have been reported in Northern Ireland in the last 24 hours, the Department of Health has said.

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46 coronavirus deaths in Birmingham and MidlandsAs Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled his Budget, the NHS England daily death toll was revealed.

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Lockdown UK: When will overnight stays be permitted?Overnight stays were outlawed in a bid to control the Covid-19 outbreak, but when can slumber parties commence now that lockdown is easing?

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Teachers Happier with Second Semester Distance LearningSome teachers at Central High School are happier with distance learning this semester than they were in the first.

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Aberdeen woman found 'lying dead in house for YEARS' after missing coronavirus vaccineTHE body of a woman who died "several years" ago was only discovered when she failed to show up for a Covid jab.

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Researchers examine long-term immune responses following COVID-19 across clinically diverse cohortA new study by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, discusses the different aspects of long-term immune responses in a wide sample of patients, as well as how they vary in clinical severity and sequelae.

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I simulated my commute to work for a week and it was as horrible as it soundsBoris Johnson outlined the UK could be returning to normal on 21 June and with it, people will be getting back into the swing of their commute to work.

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Coronavirus Germany: '90% of severely ill patients have migrant background'Thomas Voshaar, the head doctor at a German lung hospital, said a survey of leading medics had found that many of the sickest patients were what he described as 'patients with communications barriers'.

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Covid-19: Newent man vaccinated by doctor who saved himAndy Barr was 21 when his rare illness was diagnosed before another meeting with his "guardian angel".

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Mass Covid-19 testing in Moston and Harpurhey uncovers 31 new casesPublic health officials have been carried out increased testing after a new 'variant of concern' was found in the area.

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Getting in on the ground floor: how street-level lots could reinvigorate the post-COVID cityKyle Ryan, Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum.

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Budget 2021: What you need to knowMeasures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in the Budget.

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Budget 2021: UK borrowing hits record levels unseen since WWIIRishi Sunak said: 'The amount we've borrowed is only comparable with the amount we borrowed during the two world wars.'

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Coronavirus: England's hunt for Brazilian variant case 'should be easy'Kent and Surrey councils told MailOnline they were not aware of efforts to track the case in their populations, ruling out a third of the region's 9million people.

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Lockdown fundraiser: Musicians come together to support nursing charityWords: Paul Crofts. Artwork: Dai Owen Musicians from across the Chester, North Wales and North West live music scene have once again come together to produce a second charity album during the coronavirus lockdown to raise much needed funds for an organisation which supports nurses and other healthcare professionals in times of hardship. The...

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Budget 2021: Alcohol duty frozen to help pubs recover from lockdownChancellor Rishi Sunak has announced in his Budget that beer duty will be frozen as England emerges from a Covid-19 lockdown.

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Novel SARS-CoV-2 spike vaccine candidate produces strong neutralizing response in vivoA new study by researchers at Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, reports a COVID-19 vaccine candidate called HexaPro in producing neutralizing antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in an animal model.

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COVID-19 and School ClosuresEnglish Analysis on World about Education and Epidemic; published on 03 Mar 2021 by UNICEF.

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When does the furlough scheme end and is it available across the UK?Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak has confirmed the furlough scheme will be extended through the summer.

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COVID newsCoronavirus latest as: Plummeting death figures prompt expert calls for an early end to lockdown, amid alarm over Brazil variant data and a new vaccine study.

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Coronavirus: Covid deaths in England are falling FASTER than SAGE predictedA prediction made by SAGE sub-group SPI-M at the start of February suggested daily Covid deaths in England would stay above 200 until the end of March but they are already lower.

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The number of new coronavirus cases in Conwy and Gwynedd as the rate in Wales continues to fallTHERE were more than 60 new coronavirus cases newly confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.

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Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak announces national minimum wage increaseWhen will the national minimum wage go up? The chancellor Rishi Sunak announced it will increase to £8.91 in April for over 23s.

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Son loses both parents who were in their 60s to Covid within six hours of each otherDaryl Gilley, from Sittingbourne in Kent, caught coronavirus around Christmas and did not realise his parents were ill too until his father was brought into hospital.

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Coronavirus infection rates, cases, and deaths for all parts of Wales on Wednesday, March 3Welve more people have died with coronavirus in Wales and more than 200 new positive cases have been identified.

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Gwent coronavirus deaths down nearly 80 per cent in a monthCONFIRMED deaths from coronavirus in Gwent have fallen by almost 80 per cent in the month to today, Wednesday March 3, compared to the figure for the previous month.

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Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak extends furlough scheme to end of SeptemberThe Chancellor told MPs the Government will ‘continue doing whatever it takes to support the British people and businesses through this moment of crisis’ as he announced that millions of workers will continue to have 80% of their wages paid through to the autumn.

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Covid-19 patient numbers at Warrington Hospital fall againWARRINGTON Hospital has seen a further fall in the number of patients it is caring for that have contracted coronavirus.

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Striving for Equitable Access to COVID-19 Vaccines to Leave No Migrant BehindEnglish News and Press Release on World about Health and Epidemic; published on 03 Mar 2021 by IOM.

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Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak's plan to bring UK to end of Covid lockdownThe furlough scheme and Universal Credit will be extended, as well as the contactless payment limit increased.

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Matt Hancock in transparency row over missing £91million PPE contractA £91milion contract between Matt Hancock’s department and a Chinese PPE firm was only published a day after the Government was told it was missing from an open register.

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Hancock praises 'monumental effort' from GPs during COVID-19 pandemicHealth secretary Matt Hancock has thanked GPs for their ‘monumental effort' in delivering millions of COVID-19 jabs - and said the profession had been instrumental in helping the NHS stand firm through the pandemic.

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Treasury to pay A£1.5 billion less in state pensions after rise in excess deaths from coronavirusA rise in excess pensioner deaths from coronavirus has seen the Treasury pay £1.5 billion less in state pensions. Danny Lawson/PA Workers use machinery to dig graves in Bradford, West Yorkshire, where it was reported that services struggled to keep up with the number of burials due to coronavirus - Danny Lawson/PA.

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Coronavirus UK: Sickness absence falls to record low after people worked from home, figures showThe coronavirus crisis helped cut absence rates in the UK as people worked from home or were forced to shield, a report from the Office for National Statistics showed.

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Explosion at Dutch Covid testing centreBlast was an intentional attack, police say.

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Coronavirus in Powys round-upSEVEN positive tests for coronavirus have been recorded in Powys in the last 24 hours as cases across Wales continue to reduce.

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NHS workers are on the edge a€“ but we're hanging on as long as you need usWe've been shouting for help with our heads barely above the water for almost a year.

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Scottish Government announce 35 coronavirus deaths in Scotland amid 543 new casesSince the start of the pandemic, 7, 371 people have lost their lives to coronavirus in Scotland with total positive cases in Scotland 203,555.

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Day Eighty-One: C is for CacogenC is for cacogen cacogen: def: a person who has become antisocial. over the years, i find myself becoming increasingly misanthropic.

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Cumbria's NHS Staff Ask Public To ‘Keep Going' In Fight Against COVID-19 With New CampaignNHS staff from across the county have stepped up to be part of a local campaign urging Cumbrians to keep going in the fight against coronavirus.


The Wry Observer's Covid-19 updateWere my dear Mother still alive she would have been 105 today, had of course she survived Covid-19 in her residential home.

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Six new coronavirus deaths recorded in Dumfries and GallowayThe latest National Records of Scotland figures show there have now been 85 deaths in the region this year and 164 since the pandemic began.

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One year on: ACI Asia-Pacific's reflection on the COVID-19 pandemicAlmost a year since his participation in International Airport Review's Coronavirus Roundtable, Stefano Baronci, Director General of ACI Asia-Pacific, looks back on 2020 and what the coronavirus pandemic has meant for aviation, and considers how this will affect the aviation sector's recovery in the immediate future.

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Tokyo 2020: Coronavirus countermeasures are the 'top priority'Coronavirus countermeasures are the "top priority" for the organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Games this summer, to ensure the safety of all participants and the Japanese population.

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The number of deaths related to coronavirus and cases in care homes are falling rapidlyThe successful rollout of the coronavirus vaccine is thought to have contributed to the improving situation, although some care staff have refused to have it.

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This Was Meant To Be A Stop-Gap Job. Covid Might Mean It's ForeverSome friends have secured their first industry jobs, despite the pandemic working on exciting projects with reputable companies.

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Redditch's coronavirus rate now in country's Top 10Coronavirus rates are falling across Worcestershire - but Redditch hits UK's top 10 while Bromsgrove's rate plummets.

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The parts of Barnet where Covid-19 cases fell to almost zeroThe latest data shows six areas in the borough where fewer than three new cases of the virus were recorded in the week to February 25 - the lowest case numbers provided by the Government.

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‘Devastating' impact of Covid-19 in CumbriaA YEAR to the day after Cumbria confirmed its first case of Covid-19, the county's most senior public health chief has paid tribute to the county's "astonishing" response.

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Fusion startup plans reactor with small but powerful superconducting magnetsCommonwealth and a rival U.K. company have also chosen the technology they think will let them leap ahead of the giant, publicly funded ITER reactor under construction in France and ever further ahead of a U.S. pilot plant being considered by the Department of Energy: small but powerful magnets, made from high-temperature superconductors.

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How to blur your Zoom backgroundZoom's latest update contains a handy feature for blurring your background - here's how to enable it.

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Muscle strength associated with reduced COVID-19 hospitalization in older adultsExercising more than once a week after 50 years of age is linked to a 60% lower risk of COVID-19 hospitalization.

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New asymptomatic test centre opens in Falkirk as Coronavirus testing ramps upResidents in Falkirk and Grangemouth, who are not showing coronavirus symptoms, will be able to go for a test.

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Coronavirus: The 28 areas of Bath and Somerset that have the most new Covid casesSome areas still need to be cautious despite the national improvement.

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COVID-19 confirmed at Mr Kipling Stoke on TrentPremier Foods has confirmed a cluster of COVID-19 cases at its Mr Kipling bakery in Stoke on Trent. Shared .

World Economic Forum Says We Planned The PandemicThey didnt just tell you they made the virus, they want you to thank them for it.

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Coronavirus latest news: Joe Biden says US will have enough Covid-19 vaccines for every adult by MayA "World War Two" style collaboration will give the United States enough Covid-19 vaccines for its entire adult population by the end of May, according to President Joe Biden.

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Five Edinburgh areas become coronavirus hotspots after surge in casesThe areas have reported concerning figures, however other parts of the city have recorded no cases at all.

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Naked couple caught having ‘late-night rumpy pumpy' in lay-by fined £200Nothing ruins a little bit of late-night "Rumpy Pumpy" quite like a couple of COVID tickets and a Cannabis Warning.'

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During Lockdown, Meaningful Activity Is More Fulfilling Than Simply Staying BusyIt’s not hard to find ways to stay busy during lockdown. Yes, many of us are spending lots of time at home and have evenings and weekends free from almost any kind of social activity — but we’re also juggling work, chores, childcare, life admin and the various emotional demands of living through a global pandemic.

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As virus restrictions bite, EU extends safety net till 2023 jobs Support Brussels Coronavirus EUThe European Union is set to extend for around two more years the safety net it put in place to help Europe's economies survive the impact of restrictions aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus passports at risk as countries break away from EU vaccine planStandardised jab certificate seen as crucial for allowing tourism across the continent to re-open this summer.

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Why Care Workers Need Your HelpMost people know somebody who is a care worker, or knows somebody who needs care from one of these amazing support workers.

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Six businesses caught breaching coronavirus rules in Bridgend countySo far 82 businesses have been issued with improvement notices for not following Covid rules in the Bridgend area.

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How to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles CountyVaccine eligibility in L.A. County changed on March 1. If it's your turn, here are some ways to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Los Angeles Times Shared .

Explosion at Amsterdam Covid test centre ‘appears intentional'An explosive went off at a coronavirus testing centre in Amsterdam this morning in what police are saying is an intentional attack.

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How elimination versus suppression became Covid's cold warGetting rid of the virus completely now seems impossible, but there are powerful arguments in its favour, says author Laura Spinney.

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New Jersey marks one year since the start of COVID-19 pandemic in stateAs New Jersey marks the first anniversary of COVID-19, state officials announced they have administered more than 2 million doses of the life-saving vaccine.

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Health officials say Super Bowl 55 events were not a COVID-19 super spreader in TampaHillsborough County health officials have determined that official events held around Super Bowl 55 resulted in 57 total COVID-19 cases, despite the thousands of fans who traveled to Tampa to attends the game and surrounding events.

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COVID-19:Insurer Hiscox regrets 'uncertainty and anguish' caused by dispute over lockdown claimsThe company swung to a loss for the year and admitted it suffered "brand damage" as a result of the payout dispute.

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2021 Golden Globes Suffer a 64% Ratings Plunge amid HFPA Controversy and the COVID-19 PandemicSunday night's ceremony garnered 6.9 million viewers, down 64% from the prior year's show. Shared .

First COVAX Vaccines Arrive in CambodiaThe first COVAX vaccines arrived in Cambodia on Tuesday, amid a new surge of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Victory 'among Us''Among Us' is the game of the moment. There’s very few who haven’t heard of it by now.


Ryanair to slash prices over the next year to get people flying againChief executive of the budget airline, Michael O’Leary, said he is hopeful it can resume 60%-70% of normal traffic volumes this summer.

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New COVID-19 reporting tool is another patch for the US's rickety health data systemA data reporting tool built by the CDC and the US Digital Service unit helps long-term care facilities report rapid COVID-19 test results.

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Rapid Covid-19 testing for anyone in Manchester unable to work from homeTests will also be offered to people who have no access to asymptomatic testing at their workplace.

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NHS sickness absence during the covid-19 pandemicProvisional data from the first wave in England show doctors were particularly hard hit, as John Appleby explains How have NHS staff coped faced with thousands of patients with a novel and highly infectious virus, and massive upheavals in their working environment?

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Explosion at Dutch coronavirus testing centre was 'intentional'The blast in the town of Bovenkarspel, 35 miles north of the capital, shattered windows but caused no injuries.

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Jeane Freeman coronavirus update LIVE as Scotland's lockdown easing may be 'accelerated'In an upbeat assessment of the long-running battle against covid, she told MSPs today: "I have always said if we can go further and faster, then we will not hesitate to do so."

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Mum drove 56 miles to Formby beach as she 'didn't think it would do harm'Laura McGhee has insisted her group trip from Oldham, Greater Manchester to Formby beach in Liverpool, Merseyside was reasonable, saying she ‘wasn’t doing another birthday in lockdown’.

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PCB offers Covid-19 vaccine to all PSL 2021 participants"The vaccine doses will be administered on Thursday and will be offered to all those inside the bio-secure bubble"

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That Midweek Feeling: Jabs, worth and rusty skillsShake n Vac “There, you may feel a little stiff after, and try to avoid standing in shop windows” Well, it’s not all bad on the handling of the battle against Covid.

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Key Cuomo Adviser Departs New York State Coronavirus Task ForceGareth Rhodes will return to his previous role in the Cuomo administration as the deputy superintendent of the state's Department of Financial Services.

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