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Kylie Minogue on her lockdown album and how the pandemic has affected herFrom politics to pop and Kylie Minogue has spoken about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on her family and career.

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Africa  Covid-19 Cases FallingContainment measures and socio-ecological factors have helped keep coronavirus cases and deaths low in Africa  but experts caution against complacency The World Health Organisation rec...

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Tighter Covid rules imposed on more areas of England and WalesLeeds, Cardiff and Swansea among areas affected, with London placed on ‘watchlist'

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A conversation on hope and hopelessnessACrossposted from Public Health Insider Adjusting to the changes COVID-19 has imposed has been very difficult for everyone.

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Finding Normal in #TheNewNormalA search for the lost familiarity in a society struggling against a life-threatening pandemic.

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WHO says 2 million coronavirus deaths is 'not impossible' as world approaches 1 millionAs the global death toll from the coronavirus approaches 1 million people, it's "not impossible" to consider that number doubling, the World Health Organization said.

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What are the different coronavirus restrictions in the UK nations?The coronavirus situation is getting very regions - and the separate nations - are now facing new, and different restrictions.

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An update on COVID-19 cases in SurreyFriday 25th September Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in some areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus.

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Seasonal Affective Disorder in COVID-19 WorldSo much is happening in our world. We have to remember that our mental health is more important than what is going on in the news or social media.

The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog Shared .

Culture in the Summer of Covid, Part 6: Music CultureThis sixth, and final, instalment is dedicated to the music culture I consumed this summer.

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UK: Borrowing soars in August as Covid costs mountThe UK government borrowed £35.9bn in August as tackling the economic fallout of pandemic took its toll on the public finances, official figures show.

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Who is Anneliese Dodds? Shadow chancellor on coronavirus, Starmer and house musicShe spoke to Paul about the economy, Labour's new leadership and dealing with the coronavirus crisis while being a mother to two children.

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Dorm snitches and party bans: how universities around the world are tackling CovidFrom asking students to report illicit gatherings to expanded online teaching, educational institutions continue to adapt.

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September 25, 2020Theres a phase that Ive come to despise. You know the one. The new normal.

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I'm a CEO and nap during every workday. Here's why you should, tooMy employees applaud and encourage each other when they Slack that they’re taking a pause from work for mental health time.

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S&P Futures, Global Stocks Slump As European Banks Crash To All-Time LowUS equity futures and European stocks slumped as investor skepticism for a new American stimulus deal grew against a sharp uptick in global coronavirus cases.

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Families Can Support Kids' Mental Health Whether They're Learning Remotely or at SchoolIt may feel like a stark choice between mental or physical health. But as a family therapist and professor of educational psychology who studies resilience in families under stress, I can assure you there’s no single schooling option that guarantees a happy, healthy kid or dooms a child to despair.

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Elbow to elbow: North America meat plant workers fall ill, walk off jobsAt a Wayne Farms chicken processing plant in Alabama, workers recently had to pay the company 10 cents a day to buy masks to protect themselves from the new coronavirus, according to a meat inspector.

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Here's How A Psychiatrist is Providing Care To Young People During The PandemicRight now, amid the seemingly never-ending pandemic, many are understandably anxious, worried, and stressed. At BroglieBox, we are speaking to different mental health professionals that are providing support for individuals during this time, and understanding how care has adapted as a result of the pandemic.

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All of London's boroughs have been made areas of Covid-19 'concern'All of London's boroughs have been made areas of "concern", Public Health England's latest coronavirus weekly surveillance report said.

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Books and interrupted routinesI went into the library app to renew my library books, exactly how I’ve been doing it all year 😂 It feels like the libraries here have only been open for about 2-3 months this year - and one of those months was January, before this whole pandemic started!

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Waltham Parents Vow To Endanger ChildrenPhoto: Combine everything you love this Halloween with his-and-hers Zombie Cop costumes from fancy-me.co.uk. Firearms and systemic racism not included.

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Wishful Thinking?Reading the news, I find myself sinking into fantasy at times. Â Like wondering why, if the guys in charge of a VA hospital can be brought up on criminal charges for not protecting their patients; why can't Trump be brought up on charges that have helped kill over 200,000 Americans while he obfuscated and LIED?

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Up to 6m poor families could be £1,000 worse off under Sunak's planLeading thinktank predicts ‘major squeeze' on living standards in the UK's poorest regions this winter.

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Jamaica: a€˜Go Look Fi Criminal. Party Affi Keepa€™  Seaview Cries Foul As Cops Arrest 23 After Being Attacked At EventResidents of Seaview Gardens in St Andrew are up in arms over the manner in which they say the police went about bringing an end to a party during curfew hours there on Wednesday night.

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Report Update: Low Morale and COVID-19, Part 2This is the second of a two-part report summarizing the latest results of my ongoing survey on the impact of COVID-19 on ongoing low-morale experiences.

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Covid figures prompt French and Dutch warnings, and deepening row in SpainCoronavirus cases in France jump to record high as Spanish government calls for Madrid lockdown.

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US approaches 7m Covid cases as health officials warn second surge could comeCases rise by tens of thousands every day as CDC report shows Americans in their 20s main drivers of virus over summer.

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'I had a little sob': freshers face up to strict new Covid rulesUK students are feeling anxious following Scottish ban on parties, campus lockdowns and a warning against travelling home for Christmas.

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Dems Refuse Trump Covid Aid To Small Business: Demand Judicial HearingBreitbart: "Democrats blocked the aid, as swing district Democrats have increasingly pushed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to work with congressional Republicans and President Donald Trump to strike a deal on another coronavirus aid bill." "Rep Elissa Slotkin on Tuesday: People in my district are worried about their pocketbooks and their kids."

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Surprise birthday present for blind war veteran out of Covid isolationA blind war veteran left his house for the first time in 10 months to receive a surprise birthday present of a refurbished memorial bench dedicated to his late wife.

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Lockdown RetrospectiveAt the start of lockdown I wrote a post called Solitude. Its rather& errr& Lets just say that its efflorescent.

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The psychological impact the 'rule of six' is having on friendshipsObviously, nobody wants to offend anyone or make it seem like there are favourites within a group – so there are all sorts of emotional issues the rule of six is conjuring up.

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Fires, flu and the future  Washington stateHere are some estimates for November 1 2020 based on reported confirmed cases and confirmed deaths from July and August sorted by cases....

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Rishi Sunak's winter economy plan will silence the UK music sceneThe successor to the furlough scheme is not fit for a sector still unable to open its doors due to social distancing and curfews  it needs targeted support now.

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What does it mean for London to be added to the Covid-19 watch list?London has been placed on the national Covid-19 "watch list" as an area of concern amid a spike in infections in the capital.

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UK records 6,874 new virus cases in record daily highThe UK has seen another record daily high in the number of new coronavirus cases.

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Live Q&A: Redundancy and your rightsFT experts take your questions on the job support scheme and employment rights at noon on Tuesday September 29.

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UK sees another record number of cases with 6,874 in last 24 hoursThe graph shows infection numbers have risen higher than at any point in the pandemic.

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Children are half as likely to be infected with coronavirus as adults, study findsResearchers at the UK's Institute of Child Health found that the odds ratio of a child being infected after coming into contact with someone was 0.56, compared to adults, based on contact tracing studies.

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Ed Buck asks to be released from jail before his trial due to the coronavirus pandemicEd Buck is expected to be asked to be released from jail on Friday at a bail hearing due to the coronavirus pandemic, and says he will consent to electric monitoring and being confined at home.

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'Any breed could do it': dogs might be a Covid tester's best friendResearchers around the world are training canines to sniff out the virus - could they be deployed for mass testing?

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About the Coronavirus: Mental Health in the Pandemic studyPhoto by Yaroslav Danylchenko on Pexels.com The Mental Health Foundation is leading a longitudinal study of how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the mental health of people across the United Kingdom.

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UK scientists begin study of how long Covid can survive in the airResearchers will test length of time virus stays infectious in different climatic conditions.

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Coronavirus UK: Firm profited from pandemic by sending spam textsDigital Growth Experts Ltd ‘played upon people’s concerns at a time of great public uncertainty’.

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Why China is rooting for a Trump re-electionDonald Trump's relationship with China was troubled long before Coronavirus hit. From trade tariffs to the sanctioning of Chinese officials and the banning of Chinese technology companies like Huawei, relations between the two super powers have been likened to a new cold war.

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Guest Post: Hikikomori During A PandemicThe great lockdown of 2020 shocked the world, and will forever leave a mark on those living through this iconic time.

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Coronavirus: Chinese boy, 12, tests positive for COVID-19 again two weeks after recoveringThe 12-year-old boy, known by his surname Li, has been put under isolation in Harbin of north China on Thursday following his positive result, the health authorities say.

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Coronavirus UK: Students filmed throwing illegal party outside hallsTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Tesco limits sales of key items to stop Covid panic-buyingSupermarket chain follows Morrisons by rationing toilet roll, flour and other essentials.

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Kitty see, kitty do: cat imitates human, in first scientific demonstration of behaviorFugazza, who is also a dog trainer, was working with Fumi Higaki, a dog trainer in Ichinomiya, Japan, when Higaki told her she had trained one of her cats with "Do as I do." The feline, an 11-year-old female named Ebisu lived in Higaki's pet store and was highly food motivated, making her easy to train.

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UK universities 'bullying' junior staff into face-to-face teachingYoung academic tells of £82 a week to teach three seminars and no statutory sick pay if he gets Covid-19.

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UnmooredIve been adrift, and I suspect many of you have been as well. Were tired of hearing about what an unprecedented time were living through, and about the shared societal trauma w...

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UK coronavirus death toll jumps by 34 as R number risesA further 34 people have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus, the Government has said.

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Mulling It OverAccording to Collins Dictionary: mull think or ponder; mulled flavoured with sugar and spice and served hot.

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New Coronavirus Update 25sept 2020In this most recent Coronavirus Update we look at the 7 to 10 day trends to assess the growth and death rates across the globe and in the U.S. Highlights of this report includes: Total Global Cases and Fatalities Hard-hit countries and how they are trending UK and France Trends - is there a 2nd Wave?

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Maskers For JesusOr Anti Maskers Part 2) I thought it only fair I address the religious opposition to masking having previously discussed the political side.

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Sadiq Khan urges PM to ban household visits in London to tackle CovidExclusive: Mayor says he is angry that 43% fall in testing might mask capital's problem.

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How Likely is a Second wave?Evidence presented in this paper indicates that the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 pandemic as an event in the UK is essentially complete, with ongoing and anticipated challenges well within the capacity of a normalised NHS to cope.

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Is Britain's coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week and speed at which average cases are rising has increased for fiveYesterday saw another 6,634 Covid-19 cases recorded, meaning the seven-day rolling average is 48 per cent higher than it was a week ago.

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The #Coronavirus chronicles, part 21: š”. i €eŠ” e¹€e ˆeª¬iž…e‹ˆe‹¤ #COVID19In case you dont read Korean Hangul, heres what I wrote above. Hello. I am Raymond Kim. Phonetically, it would sound like this.

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World renowned Bollywood singer SP Balasubrahmanyam has died in hospital of coronavirusFamous Indian singer and Guinness World Record holder SP Balasubrahmanyam has died of covid-19. The singer, famous for his Bollywood work, died today.

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Not accounting for sex differences in Covid research could be deadlyAnalysis suggests too little attention is paid to gender disparities in medical trials.

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Coronavirus cases in England soared by 60% in one weekThe estimated number of coronavirus cases across England has jumped 60% in just one week.

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The Leader Podcast: How could a police officer be shot inside his own station?Welcome to the Evening Standard's daily podcast, The Leader, bringing you exclusive analysis and insight of the events setting the news agenda tonight.

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Restrictions tightened across EuropeFrance records its highest daily number of new cases - just over 16,000. Also: measures to simplify the postponed Olympics, and are animals the answer to identifying Covid-19?

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City Inspectors peer through letter boxes on the hunt for illegal lock-ins after 10pm Covid curfewNosy council inspectors have been peering through letterboxes and windows in an effort to track down pubs and clubs holding lock-ins past the coronavirus curfew.

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Coronavirus UK: The nine countries Brits can travel restriction-freeRevealed: The nine countries where Brits can travel without quarantine or a test.

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Coronavirus UK: How quickly is the outbreak REALLY growing?King's College London scientists behind the COVID Symptom Tracker mobile app estimate that there were at least 16,310 daily cases of the disease in the last week.

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Rolf Harris looks frail as he's pictured for first time since turning 90Paedophile Rolf Harris has been seen in public for the first time since he turned 90 during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Coronavirus latest news: London added to lockdown 'watch list'London has been added to the national coronavirus 'watch list' following a spike in infections.

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Women are taught from childhood not to offend. It's still holding us backThis week Theresa May let rip at Boris Johnson. It was liberating to see a female politician who no longer craves approval, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff.

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UK coronavirus news live: Latest updates as supermarkets reintroduce rationing amid lockdown fearsFollow all the latest updates and statistics.

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Coronavirus: Tens of thousands ‘wrongly given' all clear by Lighthouse laboratoriesSoftware chosen by Covid-19 mega-labs allegedly failed to spot dozens of positive test samples.

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Cardiff, Swansea and Llanelli face lockdown after coronavirus cases rise in WalesSwansea and Llanelli are expected to go into lockdown on Saturday, and Cardiff on Sunday, after a spike in coronavirus cases, the Welsh health minister, Vaughan Gething, has announced.

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Which products are being limited at Tesco and Morrisons and why?In a case of history repeating itself, Tesco has become the second supermarket to bring back rationing for certain items to deter panic buying.

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NYC threatens to SHUT non-essential businesses in neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the riseCoronavirus hotspots in Brooklyn and Queens could also see gatherings of more than 10 banned and more fines for refusing to wear a mask if the situation does not improve, city officials said.

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Kate Garraway reveals husband Derek has faced 'tough week' in hospitalKate Garraway has given an update on husband Derek Draper's condition. The 53-year-old looked emotional on today's Good Morning Britain after an interview saw former Prime Minister Gordon Brown send his best wishes to Draper, a former lobbyist and political advisor.

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Cardiff, Swansea and Llanelli lockdown after coronavirus case spike in WalesSwansea and Llanelli are expected to go into lockdown on Saturday, and Cardiff on Sunday, after a spike in coronavirus cases, the Welsh health minister, Vaughan Gething, has announced.

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Coronavirus UK: Al fresco dining to continue in central LondonAl fresco dining has been extended for central London until the end of October.

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Coronavirus R number rises again in UKThe coronavirus 'R number' for the UK is estimated to be between 1.2 and 1.5, say government advisers.

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'It doesn't feel like a drama course at all': diary of a virtual fresherAs UK university students begin learning and socialising remotely, one Bristol first-year describes how week one went.

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UK's coronavirus R rate is now as high as 1.5The R-rate is up from 1.1 to 1.4 last week as cases continue to climb.

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Covid vaccine: Trial of new coronavirus vaccine starts in UKIt is only the second vaccine to enter large scale trials in the UK and early signs suggest it can trigger an immune response.

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Coronavirus cases estimated to have jumped 60 per cent across EnglandExperts say the number of new infections is growing by between 4 per cent and 8 per cent every day.

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No catwalk masks for Milan as it looks to brighter post-pandemic futureWhile showgoers diligently wore face coverings, the mood was upbeat and full of Italian pride.

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A€˜Ita€™s torturea€™: Pregnancy and giving birth alone during Covid-19 restrictionsGiving birth can be scary enough. Giving birth during the pandemic can be even scarier.

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Covid-19: What has it meant for the 'busiest' trains?Data for autumn 2019 shows 22% of passengers into London were standing. That was before Covid-19 struck.

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Coronavirus R number in UK rises to between 1.2 and 1.5Estimated number of cases across England jumps 60 per cent in one week.

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British travellers face quarantine as Barbados places UK in 'high risk' coronavirus categoryBritish holidaymakers are to face a quarantine if they head to Barbados from next month after the Caribbean island added the UK to its list of "high risk" countries.

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MORE Bradford schools hit by Covid-19 casesMORE Covid-19 cases have emerged at schools across the Bradford district.

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David Moyes to miss West Ham's next two games after second positive coronavirus testThe Hammers boss was sent home from the London Stadium in the build up to the east London club's Carabao Cup tie with Hull City, while Issa Diop and Josh Cullen also tested positive.

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No new coronavirus cases for West Ham after Carabao Cup chaosWest Ham have recorded no new positive coronavirus cases after David Moyes and two players contracted the disease, assistant manager Alan Irvine has confirmed.

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Covid-19: Leeds household mixing ban expected to be announcedThe rule will come into force at midnight to help curb rising Covid-19 cases, the city council says.

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Most accurate coronavirus antibody testing kits revealed: Three finger-prick tests 'are as accurate as sophisticated lab analysis' with 98% accuracyMost accurate coronavirus antibody testing kits revealed: Three finger-prick tests 'are as accurate as sophisticated lab analysis' with 98% accuracy.

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'It is not your fault': Nicola Sturgeon reassures students after campus Covid outbreaksNicola Sturgeon reassured students in Scotland on the Covid outbreaks in campuses but asked them to follow guidelines and not gather in groups.

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Covid: Coronavirus cases in England up 60% in a weekThe Office for National Statistics said there was "clear evidence" of an increase in cases in all age groups.

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Coronavirus LIVE updates as new restrictions confirmed for two boroughs of Greater ManchesterThe latest breaking news and updates on the coronavirus crisis in Greater Manchester and across the UK.

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Chris thought coronavirus was 'bullsh*t'… this is his powerful message from his intensive care bed'Im 29 with no underlying health conditions.

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Madrid feels the heat as the virus grips once moreAs the Spanish capital is rocked by a virulent second wave and many barrios are placed under localised lockdowns, angry Madrileños are blaming failures by their political leadership.

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Cardiff and Swansea go into lockdown: residents told not to leaveTwo of the biggest cities in Wales will go into local lockdowns from Sunday, with residents told they can’t leave the area ‘without a reasonable excuse’.

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Captain Sir Tom Moore says 'things will get better' as he launches new charity walkCaptain Sir Tom Moore urged the nation to "have hope" and that "things will get better" as the UK faces a surge in coronavirus cases.

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Coronavirus UK: Leeds to go back into lockdown from midnight tonightNew restrictions could see the 793,000 population of Leeds told they cannot mix with different households, its city council leader has said.

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Are London's Covid-19 hotspots linked by the UNDERGROUND? Map shows striking resemblance between the tube network and infection rates across the capitCoronavirus cases are spreading across the capital, but appear to be centred along the 11 tubelines - used by some two million people every day pre-Covid.

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Peterborough coronavirus: Doctor's warning to residents as Covid-19 cases rise and lockdown fears growPeople are risking a second lockdown if they don't follow the advice, Dr Liz Robin said.

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Cornwall coronavirus map of positive Covid-19 case clustersThe latest government map of positive coronavirus cases in England shows there were nine clusters in Cornwall last week.

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Letter to parents and guardians: when you should book a coronavirus test for your childThis publication is licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where otherwise stated.

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Myer is a 'sinking ship' and 'heading towards administration' says millionaire businessman who reveals why theA Department store's board should resignThe department store reported a full-year loss of $172.4 million earlier this month after sales fell more than 15 per cent from temporary store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Chinese citizen journalist who disappeared after reporting Wuhan's coronavirus outbreak is foundChen Qiushi, a 34-year-old former lawyer, had vanished soon after he arrived in Wuhan in late January and shared dispatches online to inform the world about Wuhan's COVID-19 outbreak.

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Guidance to parents and guardians: when you should book a coronavirus test for your childLetter from the Chief Nurse and Interim Chief Medical Officer of NHS Test and Trace on when parents and guardians should book a coronavirus test for their child.

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SP Balasubrahmanyam, famed Indian film musician, dies from Covid 19 aged 74New Delhi One of India's most renowned film singers, SP Balasubrahmanyam, has died following hospitalization for Covid-19 and weeks spent on life support, the hospital treating him said in a bulletin Friday.

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'Significant jump' in Covid-19 cases in West BerkshireTHERE has been a "significant jump" in Covid-19 cases in West Berkshire following outbreaks at a police station and a care home.

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COVID-19 vaccine may not need to be fully effective to benefit public healthEven an imperfect, partially effective vaccine against COVID-19 could have a substantial public health benefit if rolled out in 2021, a report says.

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Lincolnshire "in the foothills" of second coronavirus waveLincolnshire is “in the foothills” of a second wave of coronavirus, but not there yet, county health bosses said.

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Can gym classes continue under the 'rule of six' ban on indoor sports?Boris Johnson extended the ‘rule of six’ to indoor sports.

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Digested week: with Covid and winter days upon us, I'm trying to store up nice memoriesSix more months of pandemic in Boristime may mean at least one more year of dread in real time.

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The butcher's shop that lasted 300 yearsFrank Fisher, now 90, was a traditional high street butcher his whole working life - as were three generations of his family before him.

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Essential steps to communication: The power of film in public health messaging with Charlie DruceIn the time of Face, Place and Space I talk communications and public health messaging with Charlie Druce.

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Welsh Secretary visits growing Wrexham businesses recovering from the impact of Covid-19Secretary of State for Wales Simon Hart has visited Wrexham to see how local businesses are recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic and focussing on future growth.

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The Race to Zero a€“ Triggering a Green RecoveryRead the original article. While the COVID-19 pandemic still requires attention and care, the quest for a green recovery is on.

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TAR 32 Cast Revealed Ahead of Premiere on October 14CBS has revealed the cast of The Amazing Race 32 on Wednesday, which will be aired on October 14.

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10,000 UK volunteers to take part in new COVID-19 vaccine trialsTen thousand UK volunteers will be invited to join a leading phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial.

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Inside a Welsh ICU during the coronavirus pandemicConsultant and photographer Nick Mason shares his experience and that of colleagues at the Royal Gwent hospital in Newport.

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London facing lockdown as it goes on coronavirus 'watch list' after surge in casesIt comes after 620 new cases were confirmed in the capital in the last 24 hours.

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US still in first Covid-19 wave and should be prepared for 'challenge' of fall and winter, Fauci saysThe US remains in the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic since cases never declined significantly to a good baseline, says Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert.

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Revealed: What Dan Andrews' body language during the hotel quarantine inquiry really says about his handling of the COVID-19 pandemicThe premier apologised for his government's decision to use private security guards at coronavirus quarantine hotels as he faced the inquiry into the embattled program on Friday.

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The Reader: Young people are making sacrifices tooAcknowledge those in their twenties in this terrible time. It is 12.30pm and Boris has just announced the 10pm curfew on pubs and restaurants; I glance over at my 24-year-old daughter's crestfallen face.

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New French lockdown fear as Covid cases soarThe French prime minister has raised the spectre of new lockdowns as coronavirus infection rates continue to surge to record levels.

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A€˜We can beat virus but risk losing fight against cancer, surgeon saysA surgeon today warned that the NHS could "win the battle with Covid but lose the war with cancer big-time".

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Uncertain Transitions: On the prospect of a second waveI try and use this blog as a useful resource and not as a platform to vent, but as my country seems to gear up for a second wave of covid 19, I need to vent.

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Resilience During the PandemicI was feeling mightily sorry for myself the other day. My job is incredibly hard right now, harder than it has been at any other time since I became a licensed psychologist 28 years ago.

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Tri-Cities' only COVID-19 testing clinic to close over staff burnoutThe Tri-Cities' only COVID-19 testing site will soon be closing its doors, leaving the region — which is home to more than 200,000 people — with no local coronavirus assessment site.

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UC San Diego launches smartphone-based COVID-19 exposure notification systemUC San Diego's smartphone-based COVID-19 exposure notification system is being released while cases at San Diego State continue to grow.

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MP attacks 'Stasi' passenger for shopping him over maskAn MP caught without a mask on London Underground has attacked the passenger who shopped him for behaving like the "Stasi".

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Six months laterSix months after this covid crisis began, I was anticipating our illustrious leader’s Tuesday night address to the nation in a state of selfish foreboding – what if Mr Johnson were to announce an immediate return to full lockdown?

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Newcastle has the fifth highest coronavirus infection rate in England as North East cases soarLatest figures show the Covid-19 infection rate has increased in all seven local authority areas across the region.

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Extra coronavirus lockdown restrictions Liverpool could face as cases continue to surgeCity leaders and officials believe there could be more measures on the way as case rate in city threatens to get out of control.

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140 coronavirus cases added to local totals in latest updateComes as Leicester's lockdown is due to be reviewed.

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Love Islanda€™s Iain Stirling reveals he's lost nearly two stone during lockdownStirling, who has been dating fellow Love Island presenter Laura Whitmore since 2018, added the ongoing lockdown – which was instigated to help prevent the spread of coronavirus – educated him on how unfit he was beforehand.

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Covid-19 threatens to undo decade of progress in women and children's health, new report warnsWomen and children have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Johnson should learn from Sturgeon and treat the public as a partner, not a problemCompliance is far better achieved by being seen to be on the side of the people rather than set against them, says behavioural scientist Stephen Reicher.

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In Focus: How Covid cancelled Europe's biggest matchmaking festivalIt makes me very sad that we can’t go this year. We never miss it, ’ explains Albert Lawlor over the phone from his home in Limerick, Ireland.

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Second Wave Week 3  September 14th to 20th 2020 inclusiveMonday, September 14th Rates here were unfortunately back up a bit yesterday, but the rate of increase has certainly slowed. Both Liverpool and Birmingham have now got higher infection rates than Manchester. I'm trying to make some sort of sense of the trends, but they don't really make any sense at all.

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How will businesses and the government split workers' wages as part of the job support scheme?Chancellor Rishi Sunak this week announced a new support package to protect jobs and businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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New preaching ! !NEW YORK TO NEW YOUAUTHOR : MANOJ GUPTAFORMAT : PAPERBACKMY RATING : 4.5/5 New York to New You is a well written wisdom book, for those who seek in motivational and live actual situation oriented stories.

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Bomb-sniffing 'hero' rats could detect Covid-19, researchers suggestThe African giant pouched rat's talents for sniffing out chemicals in unexploded landmines could now be turned to detecting coronavirus.

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Rio De Janeiro cancels the Carnival for the first time in a century.Image Credit: Riotur Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, delayed its annual Carnival parade for the first time in a century, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Covid-19: Virus spread speeds up and local restrictions for Cardiff and LeedsHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.

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London put on national Covid 'watch list' after surge in casesIt comes after 620 new cases were confirmed in the capital in the last 24 hours.

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Can't Get There From HereIts possible that some people reading this will remember the Grauniads Readers Recommend music blog.

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Strengthening the UK primary care response to covid-19More emphasis on primary care in the management of covid-19 would improve outcomes for patients argue Sophie Park and colleagues Health services across the world made rapid adjustments to the direct and indirect consequences of covid-19 with varying success.1 The World Health Organization's initial recommendations were based on system...

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Hammer blow as curfew cuts London diners and shoppers by a fifthCentral London's painful recovery from lockdown has been dealt a hammer blow by Boris Johnson's latest restrictions, with the number of shoppers and diners slumping by around a fifth.

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A COVID SummerWe realise that there were a lot of people who were very frustrated with us this summer.

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How can we avoid falling for conspiracy theories?We live in the age of conspiracies. My Facebook newsfeed is full of the stuff.

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Lancashire lockdown Q&A: 19 coronavirus rules explained by public health bossLancashire's public health boss is urging the county to summon the spirit of its role in the industrial revolution as part of ongoing efforts to combat coronavirus.

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Starmer in talks as 300 children turned away from one A&E every monthLabour leader Sir Keir Starmer will today raise concerns about the closure of two children’s A&Es in London this winter.

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Christian pastor who defied Myanmar law positive for coronavirusI had a conversation with someone yesterday, who told me that thanks to God, there is not a single Christian who has been infected with the virus, ” Pastor David Lah declared, wagging his finger at the audience in a recorded sermon posted on social media.

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France sees record 16,096 coronavirus cases in a day while intensive care wards are treating more than 1,000 patients for the first time since early JFrance sees record 16,096 coronavirus cases in a day while intensive care wards are treating more than 1,000 patients for the first time since early June.

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Huge leap in virus cases a 'stark warning' as 1m download appMore than 6,600 new Covid-19 infections have been recorded in the UK, marking the largest daily count since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Covid-19 is threatening Macmillan's vital cancer care. We need the public's helpA fundraising shortfall that has already cost hundreds of jobs could get worse. As a Macmillan nurse, it breaks my heart, says Lynda Hall.

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Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 09-25-2020This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots... Just the facts... for September 25th, 2020.

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Coronavirus: Tesco sets three-item limit after telling shoppers not to panic buyTesco introduced the limit to prevent stockpiling and says it has ‘plenty of stock’.

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New Covid-19 cases confirmed in Western islesThe three positive results are the first in months on the isles, which has Scotland's lowest figures for Covid.

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Test and Trace swabs should have been overseen by GPs, study findsThe failure to involve GPs in the Test and Trace system rather than “frivolous overuse” by the public was today blamed for the chaos faced by thousands of people unable to get Covid checks.

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Tesco limits bulk buying of flour, pasta and toilet roll"We have good availability, with plenty of stock to go round"

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Aunt Bessie's factory worker dies after coronavirus outbreakThere was a coronavirus outbreak at the Aunt Bessie’s factory in Freightliner Road, Hull.

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Coronavirus update: The UK is at the third trial of the life-saving vaccineCORONAVIRUS is here for the upcoming winter, but an end in sight could be near.

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Legendary Indian singer SP Balasubrahmanyam dies aged 74 after contracting Covid-19The Indian star died in Chennai on Friday, after testing positive for Covid-19 in August.Â.

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This is how many coronavirus cases have been confirmed in each area of Preston in the last weekThe latest coronavirus hotspots in Preston have been identified by Government figures.

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Coronavirus: Number of positive Covid cases in NI passes 10,000The Department of Health records 273 new cases in the past 24 hours, but no further deaths.

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Health officials urge caution over calls for localised approach to coronavirus restrictionsSENIOR health officials have expressed resistance to the idea of easing coronavirus restrictions in island communities - warning that doing so would risk exposing the population to a rapid spread of infections.

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Keeping Up With the Kardashians: Kim heads to Paris for Kanye West's fashion showKim Kardashian faced the onset of the coronavirus pandemic at Paris Fashion Week on Thursday's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

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Hazmat suited officials detain BA cabin crew after positive test but pilots free to goIn a series of Snapchat posts, stewardess Ellie Freeman said her colleagues were only given 30 minutes to pack their bags before being driven to a camp with twin rooms with barracks-style beds.

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Latest daily coronavirus figures for St HelensST HELENS has recorded another 55 cases of coronavirus in the latest daily figures.

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New A£3.3 million fund to give babies from deprived areas or BAME backgrounds the best start in lifeNewsflash from the Voluntary Sector Infrastructure. Alliance team Invitation to a virtual meeting. The Calderdale Council Public Health Team are looking to explore, with the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations, ideas from across the system that could form the basis of applications for the Health and Wellbeing Fund...

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Moyes to miss next two games after second positive Covid-19 testDavid Moyes will be absent from the touchline at the London Stadium on Sunday after returning a second positive test for coronavirus.

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Kate Garraway reveals husband Derek Draper had 'tough week' as he battles for life in comaTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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New A£3.3 million fund to give babies from deprived areas or BAME backgrounds the best start in lifeNewsflash from the Voluntary Sector Infrastructure. Alliance team Invitation to a virtual meeting The Calderdale Council Public Health Team are looking to explore, with the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations, ideas from across the system that could form the basis of applications for the Health and Wellbeing Fund...

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ZwickRoell's zwickiLine Testing System Validated for Cleanroom UseThe importance of cleanrooms is currently in the spotlight as the global community awaits a vaccine for Covid-19.

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UK coronavirus live: university students face stringent controls amid Covid crisisCoronavirus cases spread to more than 20 universities across the UK, with hundreds of thousands of students in Scotland banned from socialising.

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Live coronavirus updates as Derbyshire sees dozens of new infectionsLatest figures show another 57 new positive cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the county in the last 24 hours according to Government figures.

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Coronavirus UK: Video of rammed London streets as 10pm curfew startsLondon streets rammed as curfew forces everyone onto Tube at the same time.

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Coronavirus live news: France sees record new cases; virus may be becoming more contagiousUS scientists believe virus is mutating, becoming more contagious; EU warns pandemic worse now than at March peak in several countries.

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17. Run and HideDue to a huge increase of cases now reaching the thousands on a daily basis across the UK, Boris Johnson officially announced a 10pm closing time for pubs and restaurants in England.

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The little talked about side-effects of COVID-19The economic impacts of the coronavirus are devastating communities in the world's poorest places.

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It ain't over til it's overAs the song by Lenny Kravitz goes, were not done with Covid yet and here in the UK were just getting ready for the second wave.

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Almost 30 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in DorsetLatest figures released by the government show 25 people tested positive for Covid 19 in the BCP Council area in the 24-hours up to 4pm on Thursday, September 24.

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Subject/Verb AgreementInstructions: Write the correct form of the verb to complete the sentence. Use the simple present tense for all sentences.

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Investor Baillie Gifford bets on China in a post-coronavirus worldThe last full week of the third quarter wrapped up with a flurry of investment deals in Asia, particularly China.

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Coronavirus world map: which countries have the most Covid cases and deaths?Covid-19 has spread around the planet, sending billions of people into lockdown as health services struggle to cope.

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St Andrews University Covid-19 cases hit 12 as students prepare for quiet weekendTwelve coronavirus cases with links to St Andrews University have now been identified.

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Covid cases and deaths today: coronavirus UK mapAre UK coronavirus cases rising in your local area and nationally? Check week-on-week changes across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and the latest figures from public health authorities.

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Coronavirus: Sammy Wilson told to 'wise up' and 'wear a mask'Former DUP MLA "totally furious" with Sammy Wilson for not wearing a face covering on the tube.

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Coronavirus latest news: Universities urge Government to coordinate testing as outbreaks 'won't stay on campus'All 500 residents at Parker House Dundee an Abertay University halls of residence have been asked to self isolate after a positive case of Covid 19 was confirmed Credit: Callum Moffat / Daily Record.

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Welcome to Bali's coronavirus nightmare: Cases in Australia's favourite holiday destination soarBali now has the fastest-rising death rates from coronavirus in Indonesia. Local epidemiologist Dr I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika said the island needed to be closed off again.

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Almost 770 new cases of Covid-19 recorded in Bradford, latest figures showHERE is the latst update of the rolling seven-day rate of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority area in England.

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Coronavirus UK: Debt hits record high at more than £2,000,000,000,000The UK’s national debt hit a new record at the end of August as the public sector borrowed around £35.9 billion, the latest figures show.

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Italy's president hits back at Boris Johnson over Covid-19 'freedom' remarksSergio Mattarella says Italy's citizens "love freedom" but also "care about seriousness" in response to PM's comments on coronavirus in Europe.

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Worshippers shocked after church Zoom hacked with Nazi flags and gay pornA video posted to YouTube, which was later removed, showed their horrified responses to offensive content including a Nazi flag being shown on the screen while a voice repeatedly shouted ‘motherf*****s’.

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Coronavirus: Medical officers to discuss cross-border travelCounty Donegal moves to level three of the country's five-level alert system later.

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Covid-19: Job Support Scheme concerns and 'shop early for Christmas' callThe impact of lockdown on visitor numbers across Royal residences will lead to an estimated £15m shortfall in income over three years, while the budget for a 10-year refurbishment of Buckingham Palace will fall £20m short, says the Keeper of the Privy Purse.

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Advice warning motorists not to stop at petrol stations unless 'you really need to' withdrawnTransport chiefs today withdrew advice telling motorists to "only stop at petrol stations or motorway service stations if you really need to" as Covid-19 cases rise.

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It's Not Ok to Suck at BasketballOne unfortunate thing since my permanent move to Tennessee is that I’ve had to ‘hang ‘em up, ’ meaning my hockey skates, for the foreseeable future.

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D614G mutation now the dominant variant in the global COVID-19 pandemicNow, a new study published on the preprint server medRxiv in September 2020 shows that a significant variant characterized by the D614G mutation has higher infectivity, which may account for its rapid rise to the dominant position in all regions where it has emerged.

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Latest coronavirus vaccine enters late-stage trials in the UKUp to 10,000 volunteers aged between 18 and 84 will be enrolled for the study, which is set to take place over the next four to six weeks.

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Coronavirus UK: Crowds turfed out of pubs by police as 10pm curfew kicks inCrowds were turfed out of pubs across the country on the first night of a 10pm curfew.

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Leyton Orient 0-19 COVIDOne of the players has got a cough, Boss One of the players has got a cough One of the players, should we take him off Boss?

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Study: Carriers of genetic mutations have greater risk of illness and death from COVID-19Tel Aviv University researchers suggest that carriers of the genetic mutations PiZ and PiS are at high risk for severe illness and even death from COVID-19.

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Inflammation in the eye after COVID-19A new study by researchers at the University of California San Diego and published on the preprint server medRxiv* shows the occurrence of ocular pathology in the period of recovery following COVID-19.

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BIOCAD to produce liquid vaccine for COVID-19 treatmentClinical trials of the vaccine are currently underway. The &laquoSputnik V» is the two-component vaccine.

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Serco, incompetent British coronavirus disaster profiteersThis 9 September 2020 video from Britain says about itself: Professor Anthony Costello slams the test and trace fiasco The governments test, track and trace system is in disarr...

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Boris Johnson is delaying the inevitable againThe prime ministers inadequate new measures are a product of his reckless nature, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee.

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'Wrong' to tell students they must not 'go out and socialise', ministers toldMinisters were warned today that it is wrong to tell students they must not "go out and socialise" and potentially ban them from returning home at Christmas.

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Coronavirus: Face visors not recommended for routine school useUpdated guidance says visors offer little protection from Covid-19 transmission on their own.

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London added to coronavirus watchlist as cases climbMore than 100,000 people in England had Covid-19 in the week to September 19, according to new estimates from the Office for National Statistics.

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Coronavirus: Limits on pub and restaurant tables in NINew laws mean no more than six people from two households in NI will be allowed to sit at the same table in a pub or restaurant.

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No the church did not roll over during COVIDThere’s an insinuation going around in some circles at the moment that because churches closed down buildings and started to meet online during the COVID-19 lockdowns and are currently conforming with face mask and social distancing rules that this makes us wet cowards.

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No area in England ranked a€˜lowa€™ risk on NHS Covid-19 appNowhere in England is considered low-risk by the new NHS Covid-19 app, which helps track the spread of coronavirus across the country.

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Pregnant Women With COVID-19 May Be at Higher Risk of Preterm Births and Stillbirths, Study FindsAn observational study of 598 pregnant women who were hospitalized with COVID-19 from March 1 to August 22 found that 55% of pregnant patients with COVID-19 were asymptomatic at hospital admission, with about 45.4% being symptomatic.

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The 2020 Fours Head: Business as Usual… Almost… Probably25 September 2020 By Tim Koch Tim Koch wonders if he sees light at the end of the tunnel – or just a train coming the other way.

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SELFISH-19: The Uniquely American PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the United States for having some of the most uneducated and selfish citizens in the world.

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Coronavirus: Group of 40 Tory rebels bid to force PM to offer vote on COVID-19 powersThe potential rebellion reflects the unease among some Conservatives about the continuing use of powers and new restrictions.

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Three reasons why Covid-19 challenge trials are so controversialChallenge trials, where someone is deliberately infected with a disease, open an ethical can of worms for the medical community.

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What does it mean to "just focus on protecting the vulnerable"?.Over the past few weeks, I’ve seen a point of view gaining momentum in certain quarters which is that we should never have had a full national lockdown and that we should be lifting all restrictions now so that the young and healthy can be free to live their lives without interference.

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London news: London put on coronavirus lockdown watchlist as cases riseLONDON has been placed on the official coronavirus lockdown watchlist as the number of infections across the capital continues to surge.

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Boss of the worldChina has portrayed itself as the chief cheerleader for multilateralism as Trump’s disregard for international cooperation has led to Washington quitting global deals on climate and Iran and leaving the UN Human Rights Council as well as the WHO.

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Four Suffolk care homes report new Covid casesCoronavirus cases are starting to appear again in the county's care homes - and with almost 200 deaths reported last time around, carers have been busy preparing for a second wave.

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Quarantine Depression.I was flipping through the news and I saw a 14 year old boy committed suicide because of his feeling of loneliness.

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Half key workers with self-reported symptoms ‘didn't have Covid-19'Around half of nearly 1,000 key workers who self-reported symptoms of Covid-19 did not test positive for antibodies to the disease, according to research.

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Leeds to face new coronavirus lockdown restrictions from midnight as infections surgeClose to 800,000 people are set to be placed under tighter restrictions from midnight tonight in line with Bradford, Kirklees and Calderdale due to surging coronavirus cases.

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100 people at Southampton restaurant breach Covid-19 rulesA SOUTHAMPTON restaurant will remain closed until later this year after breaching Covid-19 rules following a party with over 100 people and hundreds of laughing gas canisters on the floor.

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How I'm Doing LatelyI woke up really excited today to eat my Honey Stars cereal. This has been my staple breakfast when I was a kid.

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Coronavirus ‘is mutating and becoming more contagious', study findsCoronavirus may be mutating into a more contagious strain.

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China: Trump ‘spreading political virus' at United NationsUS President Donald Trump used the UN General Assembly on Tuesday to attack China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, saying it must be held accountable for having “unleashed this plague onto the world”.

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WHAT YOU SAID: Empty shelves and panic buying amid coronavirus lockdown fearsADVER Readers have started to notice signs of panic-buying across Swindon after Boris Johnson's latest announcement.

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Obey ‘test before travel' policy, Boracay tourists toldObey ‘test before travel’ policy, Boracay tourists told By Azer Parrocha  File photo MANILA  – Malacañang reminded tourists planning on visiting Boracay Island to comply with the “test-before-travel” policy as a preventive measure against coronavirus disease 2019.

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Record number of new coronavirus cases as East Lancashire surge continuesENGLAND recorded the most new coronavirus cases it has seen in one day on Thursday, as new infections across East Lancashire soared.

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Tory MPs in bid to increase scrutiny over coronavirus rulesA move by Tory MPs to increase scrutiny of the Government's coronavirus lockdown measures has gained increasing support.

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Essential foreign travelers need not get travel pass from DFANews Agency) – Malacañang on Thursday announced that Filipinos leaving for essential outbound travel do not need to secure a travel pass from the Department of Foreign Affairs.

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Human-to-cat transmission of SARS-CoV-2 confirmedCat-to-cat transmission of SARS-CoV-2 has been experimentally proven, but little is known about the significance of this novel virus as a feline pathogen or its reverse zoonotic potential.

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2020 ELECTION FEARSAs the 2020 election draws closer, I am growing increasingly concerned about what the Trump Administration is plotting.

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Litchfield Fire Parade is on! !Litchfield Fire Rescue We are excited to announce that the Board of Selectmen have approved our request to hold the Annual Fire Prevention Parade!

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Joe Russo's Almost DeadJoe Russo's Almost Dead I don't actually know Joe Russo's Almost Dead. The only thing I really know about them is that Marco Benevento is the pianist for the band. Honestly that's good enough for me.

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Covid map Australia: tracking new cases, coronavirus stats and live data by stateGuardian Australia brings together all the latest on active and daily new Covid-19 cases, as well as maps, stats, live data and state by state graphs from NSW, Victoria, Queensland, SA, WA, Tasmania, ACT and NT to get a broad picture of the Australian outbreak and track the impact of government response.

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New South Wales: Coronavirus restrictions to be eased furtherMassive changes are on the way for weddings, schools and community sport in New South Wales as the state takes another step in easing strict COVID-19 rules.

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No more time for silence by Dan RatherYesterday evening, my friend Terrie Turner told me about this post that Dan Rather put up on Facebook.

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Plague diaries, Day 195Thursday night. I wonder how many of my coworkers have no idea what I mean by Happy Thors Day!

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Covid-19 updateChina is gradually loosening its border restrictions, allowing foreigners with a valid residence permit to return as of September 28.

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Andrews fronts the Inquiry todayDaniel will front the Inquiry today. The last opportunity to find someone, anyone, who knew what was going on.

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