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Coronavirus stimulus update: Pelosi signals relief bill could be far offPelosi plans to speak to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin again Thursday as they to strike a coronavirus stimulus deal.

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Warner Bros says Tenet wasn't a home run, not optimistic about cinemasThe coronavirus pandemic has not been easy to navigate for studios or movie theaters. On Thursday, AT&T chief John Stankey said he foresees a "choppy" recovery ahead for the film industry, one that might force WarnerMedia to devise new ways of releasing its content.

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Coronavirus UK: Rishi Sunak unveils cash for businesses in Tier 2In a dramatic Commons statement, the Chancellor boosted support for sectors like hospitality after a wave of anger at 'loopholes' in his existing provision.

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Coronavirus pandemic has cost more than 2.5 million years of potential human life in the US as people die years earlier than they would have otherwiseA new study from Harvard Medical School has found that the coronavirus pandemic cost 2.5 million years of potential life lost in the US with an average of 13.25 years lost per death.

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Weekly jobless claims sink to pandemic's lowest levelNew filings for jobless claims in the U.S. totaled 787,000 last week, the lowest total since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ex-housekeeper Maureen, 83, from Barnsley 'doesn't give a sod' about Tier 3 survived Covid herselfA plucky Barnsley pensioner celebrated nationwide after an interview saying she didn't 'give a sod' about Tier 3 restrictions beat Coronavirus herself.

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Cristiano Ronaldo set to miss Barcelona clash after second positive coronavirus testCristiano Ronaldo is set to miss Juventus’ Champions League clash against Barcelona next week after testing positive for coronavirus for a second time.

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Dying of loneliness: How COVID-19 is killing dementia patientsElderly people living in care homes are not just dying from coronavirus; they are dying because of the response to it.

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Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for coronavirus AGAIN and will miss Barcelona clashThe Portuguese superstar picked up the virus last week - ruling him out of action for Portugal in the Nations League and forcing him into a period of quarantine and ramping up fears that he would miss the club's huge clash against the LaLiga side.Â.

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Care home staff re-tested for Covid-19 due to risk of false positive resultsCare home staff in Powys are being tested for Covid-19 several times in case their results throw up false positives.

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Three-tier lockdown: Rishi Sunak's Job Support Scheme changesWhat changes has Rishi Sunak made to the Job Support Scheme for tier 2 and 3 lockdown areas and who is eligible?

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Andy Burnham invites Boris Johnson to Manchester for face-to-face talks to 'clear the air' as the mayor says he does not want 'lingering' bad blood wiAndy Burnham invites Boris Johnson to Manchester for face-to-face talks to 'clear the air' as the mayor says he does not want 'lingering' bad blood with the Government after his demand for '£90m Tier Three coronavirus business bailout' saw talks collapse.

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Coronavirus live news: 'very serious' rise in German cases; former Belgian PM Sophie Wilmes in intensive careGermany's disease control centre warns situation ‘very serious'; Wilmès ‘is conscious and can communicate'; France follows Spain in passing 1m infections.

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Coronavirus: First Nightingale hospital in England reopens in Manchester for Covid-19 patientsLocal NHS boss Professor Jane Eddleston said the Nightingale for the North West, in Manchester's Central Conference Centre, will reopen by the end of next week after it was mothballed in June.

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Couple married for 60 years reunited after 215 days apart due to coronavirus restrictionsTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Quarterly report on progress to address COVID-19 health inequalitiesThis report summarises the work undertaken by the Minister for Equalities and government departments on COVID-19 disparities.

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Petition to stop clocks going back because no one 'wants another hour of 2020a€™Petition to stop clocks going back because no one 'wants another hour of 2020’.

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LIVE: Covid-19 updates as Matt Hancock set to confirm Stoke-on-Trent going into tier twoHealth Secretary Matt Hancock is due to announce the change in lockdown status for Stoke-on-Trent this afternoon, following a spike in the city's Covid-19 infection rate.

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Nicola Sturgeon coronavirus update LIVE as Scots warned to prepare for 'digital Christmas'The First Minister is facing further questions about the hospitality sector shut down and how Scots will be able to celebrate Christmas this year.

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Coronavirus UK: Drive-in cinema faces closure as it's in two countriesWales is set to enter a full lockdown again for two weeks, meaning the event may not be able to go ahead.

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COVID-19: Battery-powered face mask uses copper mesh heated to 194°C to KILL coronavirusThe concept - from the Massachussets Institute of Technology in the US - would see the hot metal filter surrounded by insulating neoprene to allow it to be worn safely.

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Coronavirus infection rates in England's worst-hit student areas have HALVED in a fortnightPublic Health England data shows that the numbers of cases being diagnosed in student-heavy boroughs of Nottingham, Manchester and Newcastle have plummeted in October.

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Huawei phones to get their own version of NHS Covid-19 appA trade ban had prevented the Android version of the app from working on the Chinese firm's devices.

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Live UK coronavirus updates as Boris Johnson to address nation as Liverpool Covid patients soarLatest coronavirus updates as Boris Johnson will address the nation this afternoon as it was confirmed Liverpool hospitals now have more Covid patients than during the peak of the first wave of the pandemic in April.

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Germany reports a new daily record of cases.Image Credit: Robert On Thursday, Germany reported 11,200 new cases, a new daily record of cases since the pandemic began.

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Coronavirus: Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine 'behaves as desired', analysis findsScientists at Bristol University used cutting edge technology to study the make-up of the inoculation.

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Cameras roll on SMJ2!Yes, ravishing rafties, as you know, I didn’t blog yesterday so, as usual, I’m late to the party but let’s catchup anyway...

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Slough enters Tier 2 as Covid-19 cases rise at an 'alarming rate'SLOUGH will go into tier two starting from tomorrow 'given the alarming rapid rise in Covid cases' the borough's MP announces.

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Re-inventing airport non-aeronautical revenue generation in the post-COVID-19 eraOn 5 November 2020, AOE's webinar will explore how airports can adopt digitalisation to re-invent Non-Aeronautical Revenue generation post-COVID-19.

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Chase Those 'Blahs' Away With Some Great IdeasBy now thanks to this coronavirus situation some of us are bouncing off the walls.

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Covid-19: Human challenge studies will see people purposefully infected with virusHuman challenge studies of covid-19, which involve volunteers being deliberately infected with the virus under controlled conditions, could start in January, UK researchers have said.

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Coronavirus UK: Holiday park owner bans 50 people from his site for verbally abusing staffPatrick Langmaid, owner of Mother Ivey's Bay holiday park near Padstow in Cornwall, said he has banned 50 people - including 'loyal customers' who have chosen to visit his park for the last 10 years.Â.

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The coronavirus pandemic has hit women in business particularly hardFour times as many females as males have left the workforce while women working from home have had to do the heavy lifting of childcare.

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Covid-19: Carlisle health group urges vigilance to avoid a lockdownRESIDENTS in Carlisle are being urged to be vigilant to "protect our communities" and reduce the "risk of potential lockdowns."

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Richard Madeley brands lockdown tiers 'propaganda' and insists quarantine is 'not the answer'Richard Madeley brands lockdown tiers 'propaganda' and insists quarantine is 'not the answer'

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Changes to Gedling borough train services announced as coronavirus impacts staffing levelsEast Midlands Railway will introduce an amended timetable on its regional services following a steep rise in Covid-related absences.

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Cash grants of A£2,100 a month for businesses in tier 2 lockdownTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Covid-19 hospital admissions rising quickly as Northants cases soarThere are fears if covid-admissions continue to rise other hospital services may have to be reduced.

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Hermes revenue 4,28 billion euros in Q3 2020The French luxury group Hermès said its Q3 2020 revenue was 4,28 billion euros, down 14.

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The Wry Observer's Covid-19 updateNow you see it, now you don’t – now you can again. Reiner Fuellmich’s English video is still on the web, at My cousin Rick Morley periodically asks for advice on something that’...

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Cash injection for Tier 2 London as Sunak digs deep with wage boostChancellor doubles wage subsidy for workers forced to go grants of up to £2,100 a month for bars and restaurants in Tier 2.

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Covid-19 cases continue to rise in the BordersThe Borders is in the midst of a second wave of coronavirus, with a further 42 cases confirmed in the region in the past week.

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Covid-19: Vaccine trials need more transparency to enable scrutiny and earn public trust, say expertsEleven covid-19 vaccine candidates are in phase III clinical trials. But while the scientists involved have been praised for their speed, others are calling for more transparency to ensure studies are robust and the evidence is sound.

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Rishi Sunak unveils ANOTHER coronavirus bailout for Tier 2 areasIn a dramatic Commons statement today, Rishi Sunak is expected to boost support for Tier 2 areas by hundreds of millions of pounds, after a wave of anger at 'loopholes' in his existing provision.

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Manchester Nightingale hospital will open for coronavirus patients next weekManchester’s Nightingale Hospital is preparing to open at the end of next week, as new figures revealed the Test and Trace system is performing record-breakingly badly.

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Savoring The Small StuffSo much of what goes on in the world these days is vast and sweeping and far beyond the capability of normal people to control.

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Charnwood could be moved up to Tier 2 coronavirus status, warn health chiefs'The continuing rise of cases across the borough is a serious concern'

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100,000 test positive for coronavirus in a week as contact-tracing sinks to record lowGrim figures show Covid-19 cases are surging - yet more than 100,000 contacts weren't tracked down by Test and Trace, and waiting times for results have soared.

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Liverpool's hospitals are now treating more coronavirus patients now than in AprilDr Tristan Cope, medical director of Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Trust, made the claim on Twitter today but did not offer any data to back it up.

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Companies borrow another £4.6 billion in Covid-19 relief"The banking and finance industry has provided unprecedented levels of support to help businesses through the Covid-19 crisis, with over 1.4 million firms accessing finance through Government-backed lending schemes," said Stephen Pegge at the banks' trade body UK Finance.

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Coronavirus: Liverpool hospitals treating more patients than in the peak of the first waveStaff at hospitals in Liverpool are said to be under "huge strain" dealing with extra COVID-19 patients as cases increase.

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Germany limits travel after new surge in virus across EuropeGermany today issued travel warnings for a string of European countries as new restrictions continued to be imposed across the Continent to contain the spread of coronavirus.

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Huge drop in infection rate among young people in ManchesterManchester has seen a huge drop in infection rate among 17 to 21-year-olds over the past two weeks, new data shows.

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NSPCC chief warns of children at risk of abuse in new virus curbsUrgent action must be taken to protect children from the increased risk of abuse during the new wave of coronavirus restrictions, the head of the biggest children's charity warns today.

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Inquiry into Manchester Arena bombing is suspended after three staff test positive for coronavirusThe hearing at Manchester Magistrates' Court, which was due to listen to evidence from Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D'Orsi, was adjourned until Monday.

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Increase medical workforce to tackle Covid-19 backlog, doctors' leaders urgeThe NHS will not be able to meet the demands of the covid-19 pandemic and a potential second wave without more staff, doctors’ leaders have warned - via BMJ In a reportpublished on 19 October, the...

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Covid-19: Gateshead burglary accused pair fined for rules breachThe men were arrested and later fined after police found them socialising in a private property.

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'Did you just call me scum? ' Tory MP asks Labour's Angela RaynerTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Hospital staff tackling second wave of Covid-19 ‘disheartened' by rule-breakersHospital staff battling a second wave of coronavirus have said they are exhausted and disheartened to see people ignoring the rules.

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MasksI’ve headed back home for the first school holiday of the year, a break that came as a bit of a surprise in the midst of the on and off classes, curfews and covid scares.

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Mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemicMental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic: longitudinal analyses of adults in the UK COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing study - The British Journal of Psychiatry Rates of suicidal thoughts have increased during lockdown, especially among young adults, a longitudinal study has found.

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Trowbridge town park tree will commemorate Covid-19 victims and unsung heroesA TREE to commemorate Covid-19 pandemic victims is to be planted in Trowbridge town park.

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Aš« 168 deaths and 12 107 new cases in 24h  October 22nd, 2020 is the worst day since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.Only for Warsaw's voivodeship 1579 new cases were recorded.

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The Reader: Mayor must back the capital over curfew rulesI wholly concur with your support of a removal of the 10pm curfew currently in force against licensed premises.

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At-risk children must be kept safe in this crisisAs parts of the country — including the capital — live under tighter restrictions to control coronavirus it is vital we don't forget our children because the crisis has increased the risk of abuse and neglect.

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London risks a lost decade: here's my 10-point plan to save itGiven the Government's form so far, do you think a) they've got a cunning plan to get London bouncing back when the pandemic finally ends, or b) they'll do nothing until the last minute, then ask some bozo from Balliol to fix it?

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Coronavirus: Essex Lockdown IntensifiesEssex has moved to high coronavirus alert level as of Saturday 17 October, following a spike in cases.

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Christmas doomed as Scots are told 'prepare for digital celebrations'Restrictions on social gatherings in Scotland are likely to remain in place throughout winter.

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Difficult choices ahead on planning five-tier Covid-19 system, warns adviserIt is too early to say whether any part of Scotland will be placed straight into the toughest set of coronavirus restrictions under Nicola Sturgeons new five-tier plan, a senior adviser has said.

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It pays to be part of a bigger adviser business a€” especially during a pandemicJim Edwards of Captrust on the benefits of being in a large group and the opportunities that lie ahead.

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Air pollution could spike this winter because people are still working from homeA surge in more people running their boilers as they work from home this winter could cause a spike in air pollution.

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Anti-vaxxers use century-old arguments in Covid-19 pandemicCNN)As we get closer to an effective vaccine for Covid-19, we should expect to see a renewed push of disinformation and vocal resistance from the anti-vaccination movement.

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Hertfordshire coronavirus: Stevenage and Baldock schools confirm positive casesPupils who have been in close contact with the infected have been told to immediately isolate.

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Cathedral Hotel and Chapel Nightclub in Salisbury talk Covid-19ALL areas of the economy have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and the night time sector is no exception.

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Gwent hospital coronavirus infections now highest in WalesLATEST figures from Public Health Wales have revealed that the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board - which covers Gwent - has the current highest number of hospital onset Covid cases in Wales.

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Day 30/67, High School Equivalency in Five Months: Middle of week 8/18Week Eight: GED in 5 months, Lesson Plan: Day 30, Week 8, 2018 Grammar: semicolons and colons Math: solving similar triangle ratios Day 30, Week 8, 2018 ExitTix All of the lesson plans can be found for All Weeks: 1-18, here......

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Charities urged to update funeral support in line with Covid-19 restrictionsTwo thirds of charities made no acknowledgement of the coronavirus pandemic to their bereaved supporters, how difficult this might be for them and how the restrictions might be affecting their needs.

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Covid cases increase across US as upper midwest sees rapid riseCool weather and indoor activity appears to be driving increase as experts fear darkest weeks in fall and winter.

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Man dies after collapsing outside Birmingham coronavirus test centreThe unnamed victim collapsed outside of the walk-through venue in Villa Street, Newtown, where it is understood he suffered a cardiac arrest.

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Avoid a 'double-whammy' of flu and coronavirusTHIS winter it's more important than ever to protect yourself and others.

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Best restaurants with outdoor seating near meSeven of the best restaurants with covered and heated outdoor dining spots now we're allowed to meet up outside.

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The Semi-Lockdown Chronicles: Daily Score, Wednesday 21 October 2020 at 08:06pmUnless otherwise clearly attributed to third parties, all opinions I share on commentary published here, elsewhere online or on content linked from this site are personal.

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London pubs set for lifeline as Sunak unveils new Tier 2 supportLondon's pubs and restaurants could be thrown a lifeline today, as Rishi Sunak prepares to unveil new support for workers in Tier 2 areas.

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When and how should the Victoria-NSW border reopen? Is fishing allowed in Victoria? When can I travel between Melbourne and regional Victoria? Your COShutterstock Hassan Vally, La Trobe University Victoria recorded one new case of COVID-19 on Monday, another fantastic result that suggests the coronavirus outbreak there is now being well controlled.

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COVID-19 as a Proxy for Cyber Attack EffectsThis blog post looks at how the effects from COVID-19 could tell the story of how a Cyber attack could effect us.

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India to roll out quick and cheap COVID-19 paper testA fast and cheap paper-based COVID-19 test will soon be available across India, with scientists hopeful that it will help turn the tide on the pandemic in one of the worlds worst...

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WHO reform: a call for an early-warning protocol for infectious diseasesPeter Gluckman and Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato The World Health Organization has come in for its share of criticism for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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More coronavirus patients in Liverpool hospitals now than peak of first waveHospitals in Liverpool are now treating more coronavirus patients than they did in the peak of the first wave, an NHS trust director has said.

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Bristol restaurant 'devastated' after coronavirus case forces it to closeBar 44 said it is "doing the right thing by our team and our guests"

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Kim Kardashian is treated to a surprise 40th birthday party by her family… as Kris Jenner breaks down in tears over her daughter's milestoneKim Kardashian, unfortunately, had to ring in her 40th birthday amid the looming coronavirus pandemic on October 21.

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US Coronavirus: The US topped 1,000 daily Covid-19 deaths and experts worry the worst of the fall surge is yet to comeCNN)The US reported more than 1,100 new Covid-19 deaths on Wednesday - the highest daily toll recorded in more than a month.

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Protester climbs scaffolding around Big Ben with very mixed messageThe message the protester is trying to deliver however is muddled, with the first sentence reading: ‘No tier 3 lockdown for Great Northern Powerhouse unless an extra £2 billion for whole region from Chester, Stoke, Derby, Boston, Skegness to the Scottish Border.

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We didn't gang up on Marcus Rashford, says government minister Kit MalthouseThe football star urged the government on Wednesday to put aside party politics after the Labour Party's bid to extend free school meals was defeated by 322 votes to 261.

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Barnsley pensioner, 83, says 'I don't give a sod' about new tier 3 lockdownTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Covid-19: Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry and Slough will move to tier 2Health secretary Matt Hancock said coronavirus "cases are doubling around every fortnight".

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Coronavirus round up Cumbria: Thursday, October 22YESTERDAY saw the largest single-day increase in the number of positive covid-19 cases in Carlisle since the beginning of the pandemic.

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Mouthwashes may have potential to reduce Covid-19 viral load in mouthWhile experts say masks are currently the most effective tool in the fight against Covid-19, researchers found that some common, over-the-counter products may be useful in reducing the "viral load" of SARS-CoV-2.

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Student group organizes art therapy project for seniors during COVID-19 pandemicWhen the COVID-19 pandemic began, Asad Makhani worried that the seniors he worked with in long-term care, who already struggled with isolation, would see those feelings of loneliness amplified by the pandemic.

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77 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in GloucestershireThe number of recorded coronavirus cases in Gloucestershire increased by 77 over the last 24 hours, official figures show.

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This is every confirmed case of coronavirus in the North West on Thursday, October 22, 2020Another 5,468 people have tested positive in the North West, bringing the region's total number of cases to 167,698 as of Thursday, October 22, 2020.

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Covid-19: Services for special needs children 'went to zero overnight'The education committee is told some children harmed themselves and injured their parents.

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Coronavirus infection rates: See how Dorset compares with rest of the countryKnowsley and Nottingham have the highest rates, but their numbers continue to fall.

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Covid-19: Concerns over potential demand of tier 3 policingThe Police Federation says policing in the region is already stretched before the restrictions begin.

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Covid-19 app development 'bumpy and painful' says NHS bossCaption: The new NHS Covid-19 mobile phone application has had a bumpy road but has been downloaded more than 16 million times.

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Covid-19 rates in worst-hit student areas 'halved' as young 'follow rules again'The weekly rate of new cases of coronavirus has dropped in the University Park area of Nottingham, Fallowfield in Manchester, Endcliffe and Ranmoor in Sheffield, Hyde Park Corner in Leeds, and Shieldfield and Heaton Park in Newcastle.

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How Covid-19 has changed the future of cruise ship designMSC Seashore, one of the most advanced ships being built, will feature "Safe Air" technology Credit: MSC Rights.

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Study shows how genome sequencing can track mutations in SARS-CoV-2 virusA study published in Cell Reports shows how next generation genetic sequencing can track mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which can in effect help with transmission tracing, diagnostic testing accuracy and vaccine effectiveness.

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Black and Asian communities ‘more likely' to be hospitalised with COVID-19COVID-19 treatment may need to be approached differently among black and Asian because of the higher risk of becoming seriously ill with the condition, researchers have said.

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Coronavirus cases rise in Brighton, and East and West SussexTHE number of recorded coronavirus cases in Brighton and Hove increased by 81 over the last 24 hours, official figures show.

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How to apply for an emergency £2,100 cash grant if you're in a Tier 2 Covid-19 areaHospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses operating under Tier 2 restrictions will receive cash grants from the government as part of expanded financial support to help Britons "through the difficult winter months ahead"

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Australia politics live: Victoria reports five new coronavirus cases and 400 Melbourne residents given stay-at-home orderSuburbs in Melbourne's north on high alert after school student tests positive. Follow the latest.

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Web-based analytics can help predict and respond to COVID-19 hot spotsWeb-based analytics have demonstrated their value in predicting the spread of infectious disease, and a new study from Mayo Clinic indicates the value of analyzing Google web searches for keywords related to COVID-19.

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UK coronavirus: More than 800 military personnel test positive for COVID-19MORE THAN 800 military personnel have tested positive for coronavirus since the pandemic outbreak started back in March.

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‘I have to do this': Myanmar garment workers forced into sex work by CovidFactory closures due to fashion industry order cancellations have pushed many former employees into often dangerous work.

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Five more Covid-19 deaths as NI ministers confirm need to isolateFive more people have died after testing positive for Covid-19 in Northern Ireland. It comes as Conor Murphy becomes the latest MLA to need to self-isolate.

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Coronavirus UK: Rishi Sunak prepares rescue package for tier 2 regionsAlthough hospitality businesses in ‘high’ risk areas such as London and Birmingham have been allowed to remain open, unlike those in tier three, they are not entitled to as much financial support, such as business grants and higher wage subsidies.

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Coronavirus live news: Germany sees 10,000 daily cases for first time as France infections top 1mSpain becomes first western European country to pass 1m cases; Rome among latest to bring in curfew; German health minister has Covid-19.

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Researchers use molecular dynamics simulations to identify secrets of SARS-CoV-2 virusThe virus wreaking havoc on our lives is an efficient infection machine. Comprised of only 29 proteins , with a genome 1/200,000 the size of ours, SARS-CoV-2 is expertly evolved to trick our cells to contribute its machinery to assist in its propagation.

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Where coronavirus cases have risen and fallen in the North EastChronicleLive has analysed data from over 120 different areas and found the infection rate is falling in the vast majority.

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The COVID-19 numbers just don't add up.I am a numbers guy. I dont care how you feel, I dont care what your opinion is, just give me the data and I am a happy man.

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Is Wizz Air flying in the face of the Equality Act over face masks?I am exempt from wearing one, but it says it can insist I do.

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'I couldn't hold my baby': how Covid hit the families of very ill childrenParents and professionals have been devastated by the impact of the pandemic on some of the UK's most vulnerable patients.

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Studies examine impact of COVID-19 on neonatal intensive care unitsTwo studies examining the impact of COVID-19 on neonatal intensive care units found the prevalence of COVID-19 in NICU infants is low, yet many hospitals at the start of the pandemic put in place strict parental visitation policies and scaled back NICU services such as lactation support and therapy.

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Coronavirus latest news: Researchers say masks do block coronavirusJapanese researchers have shown that masks can offer protection from airborne coronavirus particles, but even professional-grade coverings cannot eliminate contagion risk entirely.

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Study sheds light on working principles of various advanced biosensing technologiesAdvances in Biosensing Technology for Medical Diagnosis is therefore edited to summarize the state-of-art and to shed light on the working principles of various kinds of advanced biosensing technologies.

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There's no easy answer for film studios and cinemas right nowStreaming is a short-term solution that may be viable for some projects, but certainly cant replace the revenue of a full theatrical release for most titles&.

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Diabetes and Covid-19 key messagesDo you have diabetes? Or do any of your friends or family have diabetes? Have you heard or read anything about diabetes and Covid-19?

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Seven more coronavirus deaths recorded at Bury's hospitals trustSEVEN more coronavirus deaths have been recorded by the hospitals trust covering Bury, according to new figures released last night.

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Non-pharmaceutical interventions can reduce spread of SARS-CoV-2 virusNon-pharmaceutical interventions such as voluntary shelter-in-place, quarantines, and other steps taken to control the SARS-CoV-2 virus can reduce the peak number of infections, daily infection rates, cumulative infections, and overall deaths, a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE has found.

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Afreximbank ready to raise up to $5 bln for COVID-19 vaccines for AfricaNatural, wood, plastic? How to choose the right outdoor pumpkin if you're worried about squirrels.

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Coronavirus: Financial support for 'excluded traders'Financial help is being discussed for traders who have not had access to Covid support funds yet.

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Saskatoon gym mandates masks for two weeks after positive COVID-19 caseA member went to three classes and then tested positive later in the week.

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When Is It Safe To Open Borders?Peter Laws opinion piece in the West Australian today raises questions about when it will be safe enough for the WA state borders to be re-opened.

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We're all in tiers: the meaning behind the latest Covid-19 buzzwordThe next hastily bodged system of coronavirus restrictions will probably deal in tranches, now that levels and tiers have been used.

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The 36 Bristol neighbourhoods with the most coronavirus casesBristol City Centre is now the area to have recorded the most positive Covid-19 test results, with 153 positive tests, but it is closely followed by Stoke Bishop, which had 145.

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Palantir to Help U.S. Track Covid-19 VaccinesData-mining company is developing a tool that health authorities plan to use to monitor the manufacture of coronavirus vaccines and determine where they should go.

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COVID-19 Update: Ventura County reports 80 new cases, no new deaths on WednesdayA public briefing by county officials highlighted the reopening progress and new gathering guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ardern urged to review New Zealand Covid measures after election landslideVeteran epidemiologist calls for review, and openness to adopting measures suggested by political rivals, now that voters have given PM a mandate.

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Covid-19: Northern Ballet returns to Leeds stage for live showNorthern Ballet believes the show was the first live dance event in the UK since lockdown began.

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SARS-CoV-2 mutations dictate severity of COVID-19 diseaseA recent study by researchers from Semmelweis University and Pazmany Peter Catholic University in Budapest, Hungary, published on the preprint server medRxiv in October 2020, shows the relationship of specific mutations on the disease's outcome.

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New coronavirus infections increase across Derby suburbsThe city could be heading for tighter restrictions on movement.

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Inside hospital on UK's Covid-19 frontline with staff left 'exhausted' and 'run down'One NHS testing laboratory scientist at Whiston Hospital in Knowsley warned that the situation is 'worse than it was in April' as doctors treat a flood of patients infected in the second wave of coronavirus.

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Muslim community leaders fear hate attacks after student at Islamic school tests positiveMore than a hundred residents are being told to isolate after a school student attended classes at East Preston Islamic College and later tested positive.

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COVID-19: No Tier 2 plans for the Cotswolds despite rising casesTHERE are currently no plans to move Gloucestershire and the Cotswold district up into Tier 2 for Covid restrictions despite the rising number of cases.

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How New York's mis-steps let Covid-19 overwhelm the USCity leaders saw the threat but did not act: why arguments and rivalries among politicians and power groups allowed disaster to unfold.

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Coronavirus latest: Here's what you need to know this morning, Thursday, October 22Here are the latest regional, national and international updates on the Covid-19 crisis.

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Recovering taxi boss urges drivers to take Covid-19 seriouslyA BRADFORD taxi association boss, who is now recovering at home after complications with Covid-19, has urged the industry to take Coronavirus seriously.

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Carlisle sees largest single-day rise in Covid-19 cases since beginning of pandemicAccording to the official data on positive Covid-19 cases published by the Government, there were 61 new Covid-19 cases recorded in the Carlisle district yesterday.

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Highest daily increase in Covid-19 cases since start of outbreakOn Wednesday, the Government announced a further 26,688 lab-confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the UK, taking the total number to 789,229.

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Emma's story part 2Photo by bongkarn Emma understands the two-sided nature of her abilities, “I have strong analytical skills.

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The Rundown for October 22, 2020The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 8,333,591 and the nations death toll stands at 222,063, according to figures released last night by Joh...

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My First Covid-19 TestThis week, I underwent my very first Coronavirus test. I expected it to be uncomfortable as the swab was shoved up my nose.

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COVID-19 containment measures affecting other seasonal respiratory virusesA recent study published on the preprint server medRxiv* in October 2020 indicates that so far, the containment measures put in place to prevent the spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 have effectively prevented the transmission of many other respiratory viruses.

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When Milton Friedman, prophet of profit, met a pandemicCoronavirus sheds fresh light on the economist's narrow definition of social responsibility.

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The #Coronavirus chronicles, part 22: How TV could make this world a better place #COVID19The cast of Transplant. Photo credit: Variety.com) When I was in high school, my friends and I were into M*A*S*H — so much so that we nicknamed ourselves after M*A*S*H characters , and we tried to outdo each other&.

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HOT SHEET: Apple buys Charlie Brown and drives another nail in network TVWednesday, Oct. 21, 2020 From the desk of Daniel P. Finney, sergeant of the watch, Drake Neighbored Station, Des Moines, Iowa.

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'My heart breaks': Guy Sebastian pushes Scott Morrison for answers over delayed arts fundingThe singer has issued a ‘please explain' to Morrison following revelations only a fraction of the $250m rescue package he helped launch has been allocated.

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Brain metabolic changes associated with loss of smell in COVID-19A recent study detailed in a preprint paper published in medRxiv,* researchers from the Erasmus Hospital, Université libre de Bruxelles , Belgium, discuss how they investigated possible central nervous system involvement in COVID-19 patients with a sudden loss of smell using a hybrid positron emission tomography -magnetic resonance imaging system.

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'It has been a trauma': nurses on 'shambolic' 111 Covid-19 clinical serviceTen nurses who worked for the NHS 111 Covid-19 Clinical Assessment Service have come forward to blow the whistle on their unit's organisation, describing it as shambolic, and lacking in adequate training and safeguards.

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BBC'sA Martin Bashir 'seriously unwell' with Covid-19 related illnessJournalist, who made headlines for his interview with Diana, Princess of Wales for Panorama, has virus-related complications.

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The Elderwise Way by Ellin SnowI cant think of a better way to introduce the recently published book that I co-authored with Sandy Sabersky.

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Study shows how fear encourages physical distancing during pandemicWelcome to shopping during the coronavirus pandemic: customers clad in masks, slathered with sanitizer and surrounded by signage urging them to avoid close contact.

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Sunak to unveil support plan for firms hit by Tier 2 virus measuresThe Chancellor is today expected to unveil new support package to help firms in parts of the country under Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions.

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Magda Szubanski targeted by coordinated 'avalanche of hate' from rightwing extremists over Covid mask adMagda Szubanski was targeted by a coordinated "avalanche of hate" from rightwing extremists online after appearing in a Victorian government ad encouraging mask use, Australia's e-safety commissioner, Julie Inman-Grant, has said.

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Dietary supplement represents an innovative strategy to help in the fight against SARS-CoV-2SPIN is a European project powered by EIT Food that is currently developing a dietary supplement supporting the function of the immune system in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 infections in population at high risk.

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CoPIRG and Other Organizations Need to Stop Suggesting Slowing the EconomyCoPIRG and Other Organizations Need to Stop Suggesting Slowing the Economy Number of Covid-19 Cases Increase Cristal M Clark Was reading an interesting article today here in Denver where CoPRIG, Colorado Public Interest Research Foundation is asking the state to shut down bars and restaurants, in fact they are asking all businesses that are not&.

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Coronavirus: Derry city centre chief calls for retail closureJim Roddy warns the retail sector is facing a major crisis because of Covid-19 restrictions.

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More coronavirus patients in Liverpool hospitals now than peak of first waveHospitals in Liverpool are now treating more coronavirus patients than they did in the peak of the first wave, a hospital trust director has said.

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Coronavirus news live: Covid vaccine trial volunteer dies as UK records highest daily total since the pandemic beganA 28-year-old volunteer in the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine trial has died – but there have been ‘no safety concerns’ found with the drug.

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Over 60,000 new COVID-19 cases reported across U.S.In at least four Midwestern states — South Dakota, Iowa, Idaho and Wisconsin — an alarming 20% of recent tests are positive.

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Rande Gerber unveils Covid-safe plan for a Casamigos Halloween truck and talks traditions with Cindy CrawfordCasamigos founder Rande Gerber, 58, shares how he and Cindy Crawfords, 54, are pivoting their annual Halloween party this year, so that famous pals can safely celebrate in the time of Coronavirus.

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How to Stop Touching your FaceThe COVID-19 pandemic is reason enough to stop being so handsy, but that’s often easier said than done.  Read on to find out why it’s so important to keep your paws off your mug plus practical tips to stop touching your face at work.

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No turkey for Christmas? Coronavirus quarantine may affect staff brought to UK to prepare birdsProducers fear they will not have enough skilled staff to process and prepare the birds and other items for the busy festive market.

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Coronavirus: ‘Structural racism not to blame' for higher death rates among minorities, says No 10's ethnicity adviserNew government report on Covid-19 disparities shows socioeconomic and geographic factors contribute to high mortality rates among ethnic groups, says Dr Raghib Ali.

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Quarantine day 10I celebrated by going on a walk. I thought it would be peaceful but instead I was SO tired.

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Being With Family is A RightI just have to say, it is absolutely disgusting to restrict someone from seeing their own in the hospital, covid or no covid.

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Pastoral care helped to mitigate COVID-19 impact among the elderlyVolunteers from the Catholic Church in Brazil helped to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 among the elderly, a new study shows.

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Covid-19: Extra support for tier 2 workers and Paul McCartney's lockdown albumHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.

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FTSE 100 LIVE: EU stocks to plummet over coronavirusEUROPEAN stocks are expected to edge low this morning as concerns over the coronavirus and Brexit negotiations continue to impact the sentiment.

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Coronavirus: Oxford vaccine trial will continue in Brazil after death of volunteer who took placebo"Following careful assessment of this case in Brazil, there have been no concerns about safety of the clinical trial and the independent review in addition to the Brazilian regulator have recommended that the trial should continue," a spokesperson said.

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SARS-CoV-2 mutations possibly making virus less virulentIn their bioRxiv* preprint paper, the researchers focus on mapping the clade-specific mutations' effects on the protein structures' conformation and stability.

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Tanzania President John Magufuli: The man who 'banned' coronavirusTanzania President John Magufuli's idiosyncratic handling of the coronavirus pandemic has put the country in the global spotlight.

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BlasphemyTwitter has banned tweets from Scott Atlas because he said that masks don’t work in preventing coronavirus infections.

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Coronavirus: Another patient dies in Dorset hospitalANOTHER patient who tested positive for coronavirus has died at Poole Hospital in the last 24 hours.

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Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in EnglandKnowsley and Nottingham have the highest rates, but their numbers continue to fall.

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Coronavirus: Italians find new ways to eat outTraditional restaurants are trying to find ways of staying in business in a second wave of Covid-19.

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Ethnic minorities more likely to catch and die from Covid-19 because of jobs and geographyThe Race Disparity Unit in Number 10 reviewed the findings of all major UK studies probing the disproportionate effect coronavirus has had on people from ethnic minority backgrounds.

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Thousands of people refused universal credit 'turning to food banks'Research finds one in six turned down for means-tested benefit struggle to afford food.

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England to require ethnicity on death certificates to help tackle Covid-19A series of measures to better understand why people from ethnic minorities are more likely to contract Covid-19 and die as a result are due to be put in place, after the prime minister accepted recommendations from the government's Race Disparity Unit advisory group.

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Coronavirus crisis has intensified UK's wealth divide, data reveals12m adults struggling to pay bills, with BAME people worst hit, official figures show.

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Doctors report big drop in hospital coronavirus deathsCoronavirus patients are much less likely to die now than in the early stages of the outbreak, according to a new study.

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Cambrigdeshire coronavirus: Important update as Cambridge approaches 'trigger point' for tier two lockdownCambridgeshire County Council has shared an important update about the county's lockdown tier status.

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Coronavirus: Republic of Ireland moves to highest restrictionsThe new rules will be backed by fines for people hosting house parts and travelling beyond the 5km limit.

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Shielders Need The Support Of A MayorAs coronavirus cases rise, headlines are dominated by northern leaders being forced by central government to accept inadequate financial aid packages.

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NFL Bubble ControversiesBy: Rohan Bommaraju — Sports Editor With the risks of COVID-19 in the NFL being the number one priority for the league, many want to see an NFL bubble, one similar to the one used by the NBA in Orlando, in order to protect their players from contracting the Coronavirus.

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The NothingThe Nothing is spreading, groaned the first. Its growing and growing, theres more of it every day, if its possible to speak of more nothing.

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He can't even protect himself: Obama hits out at Trump over CovidBarack Obama launched a blistering attack on Donald Trump's handling of the pandemic as he took to the campaign trail less than two weeks before the US election.

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"Immunological imprinting" could influence antibody response to COVID-19Researchers in the United States and Spain have shown that prior exposure to seasonal coronaviruses may influence antibody responses to infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 - the causative agent of coronavirus disease 2019.

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Soft play centres are hit hard by coronavirus lockdownJanice Dunphy, chairman of AIP who runs a York-based adventure park, said they had had to set up a counselling service after being deluged by calls from tearful owners worried for their staff.

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Victoria reports five new cases of coronavirus overnight as Melburnians are put on red alert after coronavirus school cluster spreads to suburbsVictoria has recorded five new coronavirus cases overnight as Melbournians are put on red alert as a cluster spreads to suburbs.

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Trump says he saved 2 million lives from COVID. Really?President Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed to have saved 2 million lives from COVID-19 through his actions to combat the disease.

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Trump says there's 'not much' he would do differently on coronavirusPresident Donald Trump said at a town hall meeting there is 'not much' he would do differently on combating the coronavirus if he had the opportunity.

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Why do some people carry on testing positive for coronavirus for months on end?Like ‘The Florence Three', the outcome of Covid-19 tests - and how long you quarantine - could be dependent on where you test.

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Coronavirus UK: Could Tees Valley and Tyneside AVOID Tier Three?Talks with Tees Valley and Tyneside over a financial package for a Tier Three shutdown have been halted, it is understood, amid hopes it will not be required.

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More than 2.5 million person-years of life lost in US due to COVID-19In a recently published study, researcher Stephen Elledge from Harvard Medical School has described converting the coronavirus disease death toll from individual deaths to "person-years" lost in order to provide a more accurate picture of the pandemic's toll on the population.

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Surge of coronavirus cases in 75% of US is a 'distressing trend' officials sayCDC and HHS officials said Wednesday that the rise of COVID-19 cases is distressing - but a vaccine could be approved within weeks or month s and available to any Americans by the end of March.

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Head of Operation Warp speed expects vaccine trials to resumeBoth AstraZeneca Plc - in conjunction with University of Oxford - and Johnson and Johnson placed their coronavirus vaccine trials on hold after patients developed unexplained illnesses.

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Martin Bashir 'seriously unwell' with Covid-19-related complicationsVeteran journalist Martin Bashir is "seriously unwell" with coronavirus-related complications. The 57-year-old, best known for his 1995 interview with Diana, Princess of Wales, currently works as the BBC News religion editor.

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Coronavirus UK: Barnsley pensioner, 83, slams new Tier 3 lockdownSpeaking this afternoon the 83-year-old Barnsley resident said that she would not be 'fastened in a house' for her remaining years by 'ridiculous' restrictions, adding that the 'young will pay'.

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Four students fined £10,000 each for house party on eve of tier 3 lockdownRevellers told officers they were ‘spoiling their fun', police say.

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Martin Bashir ‘seriously unwell' with Covid-19 related complicationsVeteran journalist Martin Bashir is seriously unwell with coronavirus-related complications, the BBC has said.

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Coronavirus pandemic must not be used as excuse to delay social care reform, Jeremy Hunt warnsMore than a year after Boris Johnson promised to fix the broken system 'once and for all', the Health and Social Care Committee, chaired by Jeremy Hunt, says action can no longer be put off.

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Our crippling coronavirus rules just make no sense: 'I can open in Liverpool but not Blackpool' says Mecca bingo bossJohn O'Reilly, whose company Rank Group owns 77 Mecca bingo halls and 51 Grosvenor casinos, said it was 'impossible' to run a business when venues are shut 'on a whim'.

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Coronavirus vaccine trial to continue following review of volunteer's deathTrials of a coronavirus vaccine being developed by Oxford University will continue following a review of the death of a volunteer.

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Rob Baxter fears for future of game because of impact of coronavirusThe Exeter Chiefs boss thinks more could be done to help clubs lower down the rugby pyramid.

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COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here's what's happening TuesdayHere are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

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Governor Cuomo Details COVID-19 Micro-Cluster MetricsGovernor Andrew M. Cuomo today detailed New York State's COVID-19 micro-cluster strategy metrics. After 14 days of data monitoring, the Governor outlined modifications to some current focus zones, established new ones in areas where there are recent upticks in cases, and set criteria for areas to exit a focus zone.

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Anticoagulation in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19Anticoagulation in Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19 This interactive feature about a man hospitalized with Covid-19 whose condition is worsening offers a case vignette accompanied by two essays,...

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Efficacy of Tocilizumab in Patients Hospitalized with Covid-19Abstract Background The efficacy of interleukin-6 receptor blockade in hospitalized patients with coronavirus disease 2019 who are not receiving mechanical ventilation is unclear.

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Coronavirus latest news: Structural racism 'not a reasonable explanation' for BAME Covid risk, says government adviserDr Raghib Ali, of the University of Cambridge, is the newly appointed adviser to the Government on Covid-19 and ethnicity.

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Covid-19 Vaccine Trials and Incarcerated People — The Ethics of InclusionCovid-19 Vaccine Trials and Incarcerated People Amid ongoing efforts to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection in correctional facilities, researchers are considering whether incarcerated people sho...

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Manchester Arena Inquiry paused after Covid-19 cases at courtHearings are postponed until Monday at the earliest after court staff test positive for coronavirus.

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EDDIE SAINTJEAN  Art Of Isolation ExhibitionEDDIE SAINT-JEAN Attends Art Of Isolation Private View Eddie Saint-Jean with his Uncanny4 photographic work THE ART OF ISOLATION Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 7DG.

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Stocks down in New York  Brexit talks continue on ThursdayOne of the biggest themes has been the new coronavirus stimulus package and the debate of it.

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Australian golfer Adam Scott tests positive for coronavirusAustralian golfer Adam Scott has tested positive to coronavirus in the US, the PGA Tour has confirmed.

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Coronavirus: Spain passes one million Covid-19 casesSpain is the first western European country and the sixth in the world to pass the landmark figure.

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Coronavirus UK: Students suspended and fined A£10k EACH after partyThe Nottingham Trent third-years were each handed £10,000 penalties - more than a year's tuition - after 30 revellers were found hiding in the kitchen, bedrooms and basement last night.

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Little Mix: The Search: Jade Thirlwall to miss first live showThe broadcaster shared a statement to Twitter on Wednesday which revealed the musician, 27 - who, like her bandmates, has tested negative for coronavirus - will coach via video link on Saturday.

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People of Manchester ‘being treated like guinea pigs' as they prepare for bleakest of wintersAway from ultimatums and political power plays, those set to be hardest hit by new coronavirus restrictions face up to a future made uncertain all over again.

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PositivesAround two months back, I tested positive for coronavirus. Despite the rampantly increasing cases in my city, me and my family were taken by surprise that the virus had entered our home.

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Food in Jesus' NameOver the next weeks and months, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will be sharing reflections from our CBF field personnel serving around the world.

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Wisconsin grapples with record-breaking COVID-19 spikeCertified nursing assistant. Shameka Johnson wears Green Bay Packers apparel at a drive-thru coronavirus testing site outside the Southside Health Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 21, 2020.

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Volunteer, 28, in trial of Oxford Uni vaccine dies ‘of Covid-19 after taking placebo'Dr João Pedro Feitosa has been named and pictured in local media as it is revealed he was in the placebo group of the AstraZeneca clinical trial of the Covid-19 vaccine, being co-developed by Oxford University.

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Small COVID Victory  Pennsylvania Restaurant Owner Wins Fight Against Unilateral State Decrees&A Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, restaurant took their COVID-19 $10,000 state fine to court and said "not guilty." Â Â The judge agreed with their legal position that Governor Tom Wolf's unilateral decrees were arbitrary, unconstitutional and not enforceable.

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CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encountersU.S. health officials are redefining what it means to have close contact with someone with COVID-19.

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Observed COVID-19 variability may have underlying molecular sources: Study shows how variations in SARS-CoV-2 host gene expression can be linked to vaPeople have different susceptibilities to SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic, and develop varying degrees of fever, fatigue, and breathing problems - common symptoms of the illness.

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An insider's view of COVID-19Annette Bernsten Lantern Staff While the numbers of new COVID-19 cases at Butler slows down, the impact it has left on affected individuals is unnerving, especially those who were required to quarantine or isolate themselves after being exposed.  As someone who was required to quarantine during the school year, I know the impact it can&.

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New cases of coronavirus rise by more than 340 in Essex in 24 hoursThe number of recorded coronavirus cases in Essex increased by 443 over the last 24 hours, official figures show.

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Spain becomes first European country to record 1,000,000 Covid-19 casesSpain has recorded 1,005,295 coronavirus cases and 34,366 deaths since the pandemic began.

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Flu Season the During Coronavirus PandemicAccording to the US Department of Health and Human Services 36,000 Americans die every year from the flu.

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A Bit Of Countryside North Of Bolton By Bowland.I had to check the map this morning to ensure I wasnt straying out of Lancashire on todays walk, we are in Covid Tier 3 after all.

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Opinion: A risk-benefit framework for human research during the COVID-19 pandemicThe coronavirus disease 2019 has had a profound impact on the academic research enterprise. Over the span of just a few weeks in March 2020, most large U.S. research institutions closed the majority of their laboratories, studios, and offices, suspended travel and fieldwork, and paused the majority of human research, resulting in the halt of...

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The Guardian view on Johnson's government: a threat to the democratic systemEditorial: The mistakes of the pandemic ought to see the UK moving towards a federal political structure.

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Steve Bell on Boris Johnson's attitude to Manchester — cartoonKeir Starmer has accused Boris Johnson of "dividing communities" and pitting regions against each other in his approach to local lockdowns.

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Spain records more than one million coronavirus casesSpain has become the first country in western Europe to record more than one million coronavirus cases.

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Death of Oxford coronavirus vaccine volunteer in Brazil 'not related' to trialUniversity says it had investigated the case but found 'no concerns about safety' and trial will continue.

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The Winter Surge, COVID Fatigue, and Shutdown WreckageAs he picked at a plate of leftovers at the kitchen counter, Steve looked up from his cellphone, where he was scrolling through news headlines.

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Coronavirus live news: France nears 1m cases as four US states see record one-day deathsSpain becomes first western European country to pass 1m cases; Rome among latest to bring in curfew; German health minister has Covid-19.

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