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Attendee At Packed Memorial Day Gathering Tests Positive For CoronavirusHundreds were possibly exposed to coronavirus after someone at a crowded pool party at Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks tested positive for COVID-19.

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Cash in the time of coronavirus: how to get in financial shape for the new normalGuardian Money helps you put your finances in order while adapting to a new way of living.

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Coronavirus outbreak: Live updatesAmong the top coronavirus news out today are: Antibody testing reveals 1 in 7 people in New York might have had COVID-19 by the end of March and Trump says U.S. will terminate its relationship with the World Health Organization.

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More than 2m virus 'shielders' to be allowed outdoors again next weekVulnerable people in England who have been asked to stay at home since the start of lockdown will be allowed outdoors once a day from Monday, the Prime Minister has confirmed.

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Unmasking the Truth: Social Media and NewsThe sheer amount of information social media now presents us to digest is enough in and of itself to overwhelm us in to being less discerning about the truth.

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Where the latest Covid-19 cases in Gloucestershire have been reported in the past 24 hoursNew cases in Cheltenham, Stroud and the Forest of Dean according to figures published by Public Health England.

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Want to boost your income? Here are 7 Businesses that are booming during the Coronavirus pandemic.No doubt the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting many businesses worldwide and most industries are suffering.

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Confirmation!Sumer is icumen in, as they say. School is out, all the grades are submitted, all the academic integrity cases have been resolved.

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Integrated Media Arts MFA Program Holds First Virtual Thesis ShowGraduate students' film projects range from portraits of historical subjects to self-reflective pieces examining identity and family.

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Coronavirus: Competitive sport in England to kick off againCompetitive sport in England can resume from Monday under strict coronavirus safety guidance, the government has announced.

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Is Ibuprofen Really Risky for Coronavirus Patients?Experts are puzzling over a claim made by France's health minister. >NSAIDs in patients with viral infections, including Covid-19: victims or perpetrators?

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"Dangerous moment" as senior scientists warn lockdown is being eased too quicklySome scientists, including members of the government's own SAGE expert advisory group, have warned that the lockdown is being eased too fast, risking a second peak of coronavirus infections and deaths.

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Trump marvels at ‘dangerous roar' of SpaceX rocket as US protests rageDonald Trump has hailed the historic launch of the SpaceX rocket as a "beautiful" but "dangerous" moment.

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Dominic Cummings has broken Covid-19 policy trust, say top scientistsHealth experts warn lives ‘put at risk', as Opinium / Observer poll shows slump in Tory support.

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Lockdown easing for coronavirus 'shielders' in England, Prime Minister announcesLockdown measures are set to ease for the clinically extremely vulnerable shielding from coronavirus in England, the Prime Minister has announced.

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Q and A: Voting And Acts Of KindnessListeners share stories about acts of kindness with bestselling author Cheryl Strayed. NPR reporter Miles Parks answers questions about voting.

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Coronavirus: Jayden Stockley among 10 positive tests in Championship; seven in League TwoPreston say striker Jayden Stockley was one of 10 positive Covid-19 tests across eight Championship clubs returned in the latest round of testing.

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Senseless ArsonThe burning of a church in northern Mississippi this week is being investigated as arson because of a spray-painted message at the scene that seemed to criticize the church's defiance of coronavirus restrictions.

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Interior crocodile alligator…I've spent a lot of my life daydreaming about where I'd like to live next.

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The Pluses of Religious ObservanceThe study neither encourages nor discourages religion, and the research does not bend to favor one faith over another.

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Coronavirus: Belgian Prince Joachim tests positive after lockdown partySpanish police are investigating whether a party attended by Prince Joachim breached lockdown rules.

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The "Little" ThingsAs spring creeps up the edge of the valley, my eyes drink in the sight of fresh green leaves and tender flower buds.

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First World ProblemsI am re-posting this article that was published today in the Sunday Times of Sri Lanka.

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181 new coronavirus cases hereOne hundred eighty-one new confirmed cases of coronavirus were tallied in Saturday's report by the Orange County Health Care Agency.

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Coronavirus: 1 new case, people in Campbellton urged to continue to symptom watchAccording to the province, the number of current active cases is nine, which are all in the Campbellton region.

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The Coronavirus Diaries, 30th May 2020It was a wonderful evening; great company, great food, more alcohol than was good for me.

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Saturday CoronaBuzz, May 30, 2020: 31 pointers to new resources, useful stuff, research news, and more.How to stop friends and relatives from spreading misinformation about Covid-19. "False claims have become so widespread during the pandemic that the World Health Organization has been referring to an 'infodemic.' So what should you do if you spot people sharing falsehoods on social media?"

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4 new coronavirus cases in Saskatchewan, active cases drop to lowest level since March"It shows we can reopen business and people can return to work safely while controlling COVID-19," tweeted Premier Scott Moe.

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Coronavirus: What sporting events are affected by the pandemic?As the virus spreads across the globe, sports bodies are cancelling or postponing events.

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What happens if you catch the new coronavirus?What we know so far on what COVID-19 does to the human body in cases of infections and deaths.

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Coronavirus: All you need to know about symptoms and risksCountries around the world are stepping up efforts to tackle the new coronavirus that has killed tens of thousands.

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Championship sees increase in number of positive COVID-19 testsThe EFL have announced an increase in the number of positive tests recorded by Championship clubs.

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Why is coronavirus killing BAME Britons?UK public health inquiry explores whether discrimination is partly to blame.

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Coronavirus: Belgian prince tests positive for COVID-19 after attending 'rule-breaking' partyThe party could have caused an outbreak of infections, the Spanish government's regional envoy in Cordoba says.

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Cardiff City confirm staff member tested positive for coronavirusCardiff City have confirmed that a staff member has tested positive for the coronavirus after the latest round of testing results were published.

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Outrage at Belgian prince as he catches coronavirus after attending an illegal party in SpainPrince Joachim of Belgium, the nephew of the country's king, has been diagnosed with coronavirus just days after attending a private party in Spain which breached social distancing rules.

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Police find guests staying at five-star hotel in County Durham despite lockdown rulesPolice in County Durham discovered guests were staying at the five-star, £850-per-night Ramside Hall Treehouse hotel despite coronavirus lockdown rules forbidding overnight stays.

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Could Xanax fight coronavirus? Scientists identify seven common medicines including anti-anxiety drug that could be used to block infectionResearches from universities in Barcelona have been searching for existing drugs that can help block the virus by stopping it replicating in cells.

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Oliver Dowden's statement on coronavirusDigital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary gave the 30 May 2020 daily press briefing on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Premier League: No positive results in latest coronavirus testingThe Premier League has confirmed that no players or non-playing staff have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.

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Durdle Door beach: Three seriously injured after jumping off cliffs at Dorset beauty spotThree people have been seriously injured after jumping into the sea from cliffs in Dorset.

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Coronavirus UK: A race against time to test the Covid-19 vaccineAS THE COUNTRY and the world awaits a coronavirus vaccine, a race against time to conduct human trials has emerged due to the decline of Covid-19 infections in the UK.

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India to ease coronavirus lockdown despite record new casesIndian government orders authorities to identify 'containment zones' or areas that should remain under lockdown.

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Dominic Cummings row: senior health official says lockdown rules 'apply to all'England's deputy chief medical officer says country is at ‘very dangerous moment' as restrictions ease.

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Coronavirus latest news: Britons may resist test and trace isolation after lockdownSome Britons will be resistant to going into isolation when contacted by Covid-19 tracers because lockdown has had such a gruelling impact on the public, a Public Health England chief has recognised.

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Coronavirus has killed one in 20 care home residents in London aloneThe Health Foundation attacked the Government for doing too little to protect homes.

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Coronavirus: Diabetics make up a fifth of Scottish hospital Covid-19 deathsThe statistics have sparked calls for protection and guidelines for those with the condition as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.

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'Football is coming back': competitive sport to return next week, says UK culture secretaryCompetitive sport behind closed doors will restart in the UK from Monday at the earliest, Oliver Dowden, the secretary for digital, culture, media and sport, has announced, with horse racing set to return in the north-east of England next week.

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Cummings and Johnson evil geniuses? Hardly, just lazy and incompetentBoris Johnson and his aide are alike in their reliance on deception to prop up their vanity.

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Coronavirus latest: at a glanceA summary of the biggest developments in the global coronavirus outbreak.

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India records biggest daily jump in Covid-19 casesIndia to loosen lockdown despite record cases. Also, President Trump faces criticism for his decision to end ties with the World Health Organisation and one of Italy's best-known tourist attractions - the leaning Tower of Pisa - has reopened to the public.

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Rules 'apply to all' says deputy medical officer for England in answer to Cummings questionIn my opinion they apply to all': Deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van Tam urges people to respect distancing rules.

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

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Rules 'apply to all' says deputy medical officer for England in answer to Cummings questionAsked whether people in authority should obey the rules imposed in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic, Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, said: 'In my opinion the rules are clear and they have always been clear.

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Coronavirus: 'Dangerous moment' as UK lockdown easesThe public must be "sensible" after scientists warn of risks of lifting lockdown, medical chief says.

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UK coronavirus: more scientists speak out against England lockdown easingLeading mayors join expert advisers in saying R rate and infection numbers are still too high.

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Coronavirus: Biden and Trump face off over ChinaAs the US grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, President Donald Trump and and his likely election rival, Joe Biden, have been locking horns over the handling of the crisis.

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London doesn't always know best: how the north is choosing its own pace out of lockdownAngered by Dominic Cummings, and exasperated by diktats on school openings, councils are working together after being bypassed and ignored.

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Pop stars and footballers aren't half as good without one ingredient: youLockdown has shown that performances depend as much on the audience as the players.

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Coronavirus death toll and cases rise in Derbyshire and StaffordshireAcross the UK, more than 38,000 people have now passed away after testing positive for Covid-19.

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Peru doctors warn they cannot cope with coronavirus infectionsDoctors and nurses in Peru say hospitals cannot cope with the rising number of coronavirus infections and are demanding more government help.

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Extinction Rebellion stage silent socially-distanced climate protests across BritainExtinction Rebellion protestors are gathering across the UK - including in Westminster and Portsmouth - throughout the day to protest the government's response to the coronavirus crisis.

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Total Number Of Coronavirus Cases Knocks On The Door Of 200199 cases of COVID-19 have now been confirmed on the Isle of Wight, according to the latest statistical information available from Public Health England.

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Live: New York Governor Cuomo Holds Coronavirus BriefingSubscribe to NBC News » Watch more NBC video: News is a leading source of global news and information.

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Coronavirus latest news: A very dangerous moment', Deputy Chief Medical Officer says as he urges Britons to follow guidelinesThe Government has given the green light for the return of elite sport under behind-closed-doors conditions, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced today.

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England 'risks Covid-19 surge' without test-and-trace safety netMore Sage scientists express concerns that Boris Johnson is easing lockdown too soon.

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Cemeteries braced for surge in Covid-19 dead as Mexico readies to reopenThe president says the pandemic has been tamed but experts, and those who must bury the dead, fear an alarming rise in cases.

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UK coronavirus hospital death toll figure rises to 30,736 as 183 more dieThe latest coronavirus hospital death toll figures reported in the last 24 hours include 146 new deaths in England, 22 in Scotland, 14 in Wales, and one in Northern Ireland.

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Coronavirus: Reassurance over tracer scam potentialHealth Secretary Jeane Freeman says people are "alert to the risks" of scammers targeting the tracing system.

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The eyes have it: communication and face masksAs more of us wear face masks and rely on eye contact, how will it change the way we relate to each other.

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Government scientist says rules 'apply to all' in apparent swipe at Dominic Cummings'In my opinion they are for the benefit of all,' says Professor Jonathan Van-Tam.

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'No evidence of spitting' before death of Victoria station workerPolice found no evidence that a London Victoria station worker was spat at before her death from coronavirus, they have clarified.

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Two new Covid-19 cases confirmed in South SomersetBoth were detected in the same district, South Somerset, in the period to 5pm yesterday.

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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Jonathan Aitken, 77, survives a heart attack induced by coronavirusNow, I can reveal, the former Cabinet minister has shrugged off his closest brush with death to date - a heart attack induced by the coronavirus.

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More People Considering Moving Out Of Expensive Cities If They Can Work RemotelyThe coronavirus pandemic has forced many people across the country to work from home, and city dwellers are now considering leaving high rents behind if their remote jobs continue.

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New York City Preparing To Reopen After Coronavirus LockdownNew York City could be days away from reopening as Mayor Bill de Blasio announced resources to help with the transition.

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Coronavirus: A further seven people die in North-East and North Yorkshire hospitalsThis bring's the region's recorded coronavirus death toll up to 1,613 as of 5pm on Friday, May 29.

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No confirmed Covid-19 related deaths at Northampton General Hospital yesterday, according to latest reportNGH chief operating officer urges people to stay alert and follow guidance to reduce spread of virus.

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Thirteen new coronavirus deaths in LancashireTHERE are thirteen new coronavirus death recorded in Lancashire according to the latest figures.

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​Who is Trae Coyle? Arsenal youngster ready to shine in the first teamMikel Arteta has offered a glimpse into his plans ahead of the Premier League's restart by promoting academy prospect Trae Coyle to Arsenal's first-team squad.

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Coronavirus: 'I built a memorial to my grandfather on Animal Crossing'Isabella Ong, 24, is American-Chinese living in New York. Because of coronavirus restrictions she couldn't visit her grandfather's grave for her annual family tradition called Bai San.

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These vulnerable groups have been removed from the Covid-19 shielding listThe UK Government has removed a number of vulnerable people from their coronavirus shielding list.

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Igor Levit to play 20-hour Eric Satie piece as 'silent scream'German-Russian pianist to tackle ‘Vexations' to highlight plight of artists hit by lockdowns.

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Calls to lift lockdown in UK care homes over fears for residents' mental healthConcern among UK social care chiefs that Covid-19 isolation is contributing to deaths of residents.

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Coronavirus live updates: EU asks U.S. to reconsider cutting ties with WHOThe coronavirus has infected more than 5.95 million people around the world as of Saturday, killing at least 365,437 people.

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Coronavirus: India to loosen lockdown despite record casesA plan to ease the world's biggest lockdown begins on 8 June with restaurants and malls re-opening.

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Groups of five can play sports together as more restrictions are relaxedGroups of up to five can get together for exercise that does not involve contact, such as conditioning and fitness sessions, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden confirmed.

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UK coronavirus death toll increases by 215 to 38,376The UK coronavirus death toll has increased to 38,376 after a further 215 people died from the virus, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden confirmed at the daily briefing.

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MP sends constituent email with 'insert if there's been a bereavement'A Tory MP has apologised after sending a constituent an email with condolences preceded by the note: 'insert if there has been a bereavement'.

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Official UK death toll rises to 38,376 after another 215 dieThe UK's official death toll from Covid-19 has risen to 38,376 after another 215 people died having contracted the virus.

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Yemen: Amid spike in COVID-19 cases, UNICEF airlifts in badly needed health suppliesA plane chartered by the UN Children's Fund landed at Sana'a airport on Saturday with lifesaving supplies to help curb the spread of COVID-19 in conflict-torn Yemen.

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Piers Morgan declared that the coronavirus pandemic has put celebrities 'firmly back in their box'The Good Morning Britain host, 55, declared that the coronavirus pandemic has put celebrities 'firmly back in their box' as he branded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'utterly irrelevant'.

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Graph shows how coronavirus is becoming one of world's biggest killersA graph shows how quickly coronavirus spread across the world, killing millions of people.

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Coronavirus: Expert shares advice on paying holiday instalments to protect from cancellationBasically, if this is you, the advice is to hold your nerve and keep paying your instalments, because if you stop paying before your holiday is cancelled, you won't be reimbursed fully.

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Supercomputer Modeling Shows How COVID-19 Spreads Through PopulationsAs many states begin to loosen the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders that have forced most Americans inside for the past two months, researchers are poring over the data, looking for signs of the dreaded second peak of t Read more...

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Coronavirus lockdown: Groups of up to six people can meet to exercise together in England from MondayTeams will be able to train together while friends and family will be able to play non-contact sports.

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Twitter taking on Trump's lies? About time tooThe platform's moves to counter the president's disinformation may be too little, too late, but it's something.

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Venues in crisis: 'We couldn't survive if we opened 10 nights a week'Even as other sectors reopen, the hospitality industry is facing crippling restrictions for months. What will its leaders do?

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Government gives green light to elite sport returning behind closed doorsThe Government has issued health and safety guidelines which will pave the way for elite sport to return behind closed doors in England from Monday.

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Sport in England to restart from 1 June, says governmentCompetitive sport has been shut down for almost three months in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus: Tory MPs call for change in 2m social distancing ruleAmid fears for the hospitality sector, one MP says relaxing the rule means fewer jobs would be lost.

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Coronavirus UK: Nurse set up video call so family could say goodbyeA nurse looking after patients with coronavirus set up a video call so a man could spend his final moments hearing the voices of his family.

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Coronavirus: What happens next?In the final film in the series, the BBC's Clive Myrie considers what the future now holds for the NHS, with a virus still out there with no cure or vaccine, and reflects on the continuing grief of those who've been worst affected in the local community.

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Short-term rental market faces consolidation as Airbnb owners scrambleVenture-funded companies and mom and pop businesses in the short-term rental market are offloading properties in an effort to cut their losses after the coronavirus dramatically curtailed travel.

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146 new coronavirus deaths in England hospitalsNHS England has announced 146 new deaths of people who tested positive for coronavirus.

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CDC, not politicians, should be public face of coronavirus responsePublic health experts say the CDC's voice is desperately needed.

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People flock to beaches across England despite warnings to avoid crowds as lockdown easesCrowds of people have headed to beaches in England as the country enjoyed sunny weather - and while the public have been told to keep their distance from others to avoid the spread of coronavirus.

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When do opticians reopen?Routine appointments and non-urgent eye tests will remain suspended in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, but those who need essential and urgent eye care will be able to get help from their optician.

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Hundreds of animals suffered as experimenters broke rules in UK laboratoriesExclusive: Many deprived of food or water while others accidentally killed in hot-steam machine in blunders at universities and testing companies.

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Coronavirus sports news LIVE! British sport can resume from June 1Welcome to the Evening Standard's LIVE coverage as continues to heavily impact sport across the globe.

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Letters: The governmentWill Boris Johnson be remembered as the prime minister who, together with his boss Dominic Cummings and their manipulation of the truth, took us out of the EU, and presided over the management of the Covid-19 crisis to give us the highest death toll outside the USA despite our world class health system?

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Government gives green light for sport to resume in Britain from June 1The government has given the green light for sport to resume in Britain from June 1 provided strict coronavirus guidelines are met.

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Coronavirus cases see small increase and hospital admissions rise as UK lockdown relaxedNew data has shown the number of coronavirus patients being admitted to hospital and intensive care units across the country has risen as lockdown rules are set to be eased further on Monday.

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Could nearly half of those with Covid-19 have no idea they are infected?As studies confirm many infected people show no symptoms, contact tracing and face masks assume even greater importance.

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Party-goer at the 'Zero Ducks Given' Lake of the Ozarks party tests positive for coronavirusA party-goer who attended the 'Zero Ducks Given' party at Lake of the Ozark, Missouri, contracted COVID-19.

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COVID-19: Another death at Salisbury District HospitalAfter a week of no losses the NHS Foundation Trust has sadly announced a further death.

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Sydney is at risk of losing the NRL grand final as the government undertakes coronavirus budget cutsChanges to NSW's contract with the NRL could leave door open for other states to bid for the lucrative contract, as it would reportedly be left 'null and void'.

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Latest coronavirus Covid-19 figures for Cornwall and EnglandA further rise has been reported in the number of coronavirus related deaths in Cornwall.

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Fourteen people with coronavirus die in Wales as death toll reaches 1,331The deaths come just one day after the First Minister announced plans to ease lockdown restrictions.

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Jigsaw London will close its Australian stores due to COVID-19 coronavirus pandemicBritish luxury clothing store Jigsaw London announced it was immediately ending all of its Australian operations with a statement on Friday, prompting devastated fans to voice their discontent.

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Global report: new clues about role of pangolins in Covid-19 as US severs ties with WHOExperts condemn Trump's actions; India records worst daily rise in infections; surges in Russia and Brazil; Australia tests sewage water.

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COVID-19: B.C.'s top doctor confident schools can safely reopen MondayB.C.'s top doctor confident schools can safely reopen Monday.

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BIOS app can track COVID-19 contactsWhen the people who recently crammed into Trinity Bellwoods Park start testing positive for COVID-19, everyone they encountered will have to be contacted - and that will take an army.

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COVID-19 in Sask: 1 new case in Regina, 3 in far northThe province announced four new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan on Saturday. Three of the new cases are in the far north region, and one is in Regina.

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Shortage of PPE may force reopened dentists to limit treatmentsPeople suffering from toothache may continue to struggle to get appointments with their dentist and more could be forced to resort to extreme DIY measures, despite the government announcement that dental practices can open from next week.

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One new coronavirus death and eight new cases in GwentTHERE has been one further death and eight new cases of coronavirus in Gwent, according to the latest Public Health Wales figures.

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Supreme court rejects California church appeal on coronavirus service limitsChief Justice John Roberts joins liberals as court splits 5-4 over church claim limits on attendance violated first amendment.

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Parks, pools to reopen as Quebec reports new COVID-19 deaths, reduction in casesOfficials say the move will give Quebecers a place to cool off this summer as parts of the province came off an unexpected May heat wave last week with temperatures rising above 30 C.

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High school proms are an awkward milestone everyone should experienceProm represented an alluring world that was so distant from my comprehensive school in Scotland - somehow, everything would click into place that night.

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35 new coronavirus cases reported across north WalesPublic Health Wales confirmed on Saturday afternoon that a total of 86 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

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No new coronavirus cases again in Hywel DdaFOR the third day in a row, no new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the Hywel Dda area.

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B.C. records 11 new COVID-19 cases, no new deathsEleven more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in British Columbia, bringing the total to 2,573.

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Another 182 die after catching coronavirus in UKThe death toll has continued to drop but scientific advisers says its too early to lift lockdown.

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Number of Covid-19 cases in north-east increases to 1,273A further 22 people have died in Scotland due to coronavirus, with four new cases confirmed in the north-east.

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GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau hides behind COVID-19 secrecyWhen Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, then Liberal leader, told a roomful of female supporters at a political fundraiser in 2013 he admired China's "basic dictatorship," it turns out he wasn't kidding.

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Want to stand out on screen? Zoom in on that colossal collar…From the waist up - which is often all that matters in lockdown Britain - big and bold is best in the fashion stakes.

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Why treating COVID-19 in dementia units can be especially challengingThe COVID-19 pandemic has made caring for people with dementia especially challenging, says a UBC professor and physician specializing in geriatric care.

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Coronavirus: PSNI attacked at Ballyholme beach while dispersing crowdOne police officer was injured after she was kicked in the face at Ballyholme beach.

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Coronavirus: NHS hospitals told to begin mass testing staff and patients for virus antibodiesHospitals have begun mass testing of NHS staff and patients for coronavirus antibodies to help identify how widespread the virus is across England.

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How The NASA SpaceX Launch Will Shed Light On COVID-19: Isolation, Telehealth, PPE, 'Space Sickness'Why is exploring space so important to understanding our health on Earth-including COVID-19? MORE FROM FORBESHas NASA Found A Parallel Universe 'Where Time Flows Backwards?

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Coronavirus: Italy's Tower of Pisa reopens after three months shutOnly 15 at a time will be allowed up the tourist attraction, and they will have to wear masks.

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Extinction Rebellion protest in Lincoln asking for COVID-19 citizens' assemblyGlobal environmentalist movement Extinction Rebellion held a protest outside Lincolnshire County Council offices today, calling for a citizens' assembly on the COVID-19 recovery.

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Coronavirus: Wales' early school summer holiday plan 'non-starter'The idea would have seen the six-week summer holiday begin near the end of June, with schools starting in August.

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Coronavirus: All you need to know in under 500 wordsVirus reported to have originated in China's Wuhan has killed more than 365,000 people and infected 5.9 million.

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UK coronavirus deaths rise by 215 ahead of lockdown easingBritain has recorded a further 215 deaths linked to coronavirus as the country braces for another easing of lockdown next week.

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Lockdown lifts on car boot salesSome organisers question how social distancing, and limitations on touching goods, will work in practice.

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Has the Welsh government said anything about new lockdown rules?The First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford is reminding citizens of Wales to follow the rules as lockdown restrictions change.

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Coronavirus lockdown is being eased too soon in UK, Sage scientists warnSir Jeremy Farrar and Professor John Edmunds, both members of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies , which advises the Government on the pandemic, have said ministers were taking risks by following through with their current plans.

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Liverpool deputy mayor accused of using 'Cummings Defence' over apparent lockdown garden party'I really wasn't aware that it was happening, it was genuinely a surprise,' Labour councillor says of event.

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'No faith in our leaders': lockdown diaries reveal anger over CummingsA weekly study of 50 Britons exposes the fury over the chief adviser's trip to Durham and its implications for Boris Johnson.

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When are zoos reopening as lockdown measures set to ease further?The coronavirus pandemic has led to establishments of all different kinds being closed all over the world, and zoos have not been exhempt.

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Queen to open £3.2million monument to honour Britain's fallen emergency services coronavirus heroesThe National Emergency Services Memorial will honour 180 NHS staff who died from Covid-19 this year.

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Premier League gets the all-clear in latest round of coronavirus testingThe Premier League has revealed there were no positive results from its latest round of Covid-19 testing, providing a timely confidence boost for the planned June 17 restart.

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Rugby coach's psychological struggle after coronavirusBrendan Sheridan was in an induced coma while he battled coronavirus.

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This was the week that Boris Johnson was defeated by people's anger over the Dominic Cummings crisisBoth the prime minister and his chief adviser appear to realise that public opinion is turning against them, and that they need to salvage what they can of their reputations.

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Michael Gove's Twitter account 'likes' porn picture before swiftly unlikingA graphic porn Gif was 'liked' by Michael Gove's Twitter account today.

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Coronavirus: Government's £600m infection fund for care homes can't be used to buy protective clothingA £600 million government fund designed to prevent the spread of infections in care homes has been heavily criticised by care leaders who revealed they had been banned from spending the cash on protective masks and clothing for staff.

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Coronavirus: Jonathan Van-Tam says lockdown rules 'apply to everybody' after Dominic Cummings rowIt comes after Jonathan Van-Tam was asked a direct questions over Dominic Cummins during the daily press briefing.

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Coronavirus UK: 'Supermarket-style queues' expected outside schoolsThere are likely to be staggered entrance and exit times for children to help with social distancing.

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Members of fighter squadron taken off USS Gerald R. Ford after sailor tests positive for coronavirusThe sailor, a member of the 'Fighting Blacklions,' tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, the day before the aircraft carrier departed from Virginia's Naval Station Norfolk.

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AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacyThe coronavirus pandemic gives big tech firms a chance to access the holy grail of datasets - medical records.

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Coronavirus: Backlash after Trump signals US exit from WHOThe president is urged to reconsider, after accusing the health body of being a "puppet of China".

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Weltschmerz is the word that perfectly sums up how you're feeling right nowLockdown fatigue, general despair, furious rage and total helplessness; all part of a regular hour during the biggest test of global patience we've ever lived through.

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Covid-19 substitutes considered for County ChampionshipECB hopes the ICC will alter playing regulations to allow Covid-19 substitutions during matches but can act unanimously for domestic game.

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Crowds flock to Bondi Beach to surf, swim and relax after coronavirus restrictions are easedSydneysiders were quick to head outside and enjoy the sunshine after months of lockdown restrictions and a brief blast of cold and wet weather earlier in the week.

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No new Covid-19 cases at Weston hospital following coronavirus outbreakNo new cases of Covid-19 have been identified at Weston General Hospital, prompting hope that measures to contain the outbreak are working.

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Do the new lockdown rules apply to the over-70s?Boris Johnson confirmed that Britain had passed the five tests necessary to start easing lockdown rules, so the country is starting to look forward to the next phase, with schools set to reopen and many non-essential shops opening on 15 June.

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Coronavirus: Sanitiser maker's links back to Victorian cough cureWith links back to a popular Victorian medicine, a firm is helping protect frontline workers facing coronavirus.

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Shorten two-metre rule to save jobs, MPs urge BorisSage has reportedly produced a paper suggesting 1.5 metres could be enough to minimise risk.

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Original Observer photographyStreet life, park life, beach life, country life - the best photography commissioned by the Observer in May 2020.

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Jess Wright posts loved-up holiday throwback snap of her and fiance William Lee-KempJess Wright took to Instagram on Saturday to post a throwback snap of her and her fiancé William Lee-Kemp sunbathing on holiday together before coronavirus lockdown.

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Brits could be given individual coronavirus 'risk scores'Brits could be given coronavirus risk scores to help ease the lockdown safely, a scientist has suggested.

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Fifa warns football will be ‘very different' until coronavirus vaccine foundThe governing body has released a risk assessment tool to help its 211 member associations and six continental confederations facilitate a safe return to football.

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Coronavirus: 2 metre distance rule should be reviewed to save hospitality sector, senior Tories tell governmentPubs, restaurants and theatres could be hard hit by rules forcing people to stay 2m apart.

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What the latest coronavirus data tells us about the virus in BuryAt least 173 people in Bury have died with coronavirus, updated government statistics show.

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When will shielding be reviewed after new lockdown rules start?Many people might be starting to think we have turned the corner on the coronavirus pandemic - schools are set to reopen on 1 June and other shops are planning to reopen on 15 June.

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5 tips to prepare your worried children returning to school after coronavirus lockdownParents and pupils are not just concerned about the risk of Covid-19, but how children will adapt to new practices, such as staying in fixed bubbles and keeping their distance from teachers.

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Coronavirus UK: I'm disabled and I don't want lockdown to endBeing disabled in public means you become public property, on the receiving end of pitying stares and intrusive questions.

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Public need to remember virus 'is still around'Lockdown measures in England are easing from Monday, but some scientists warn that the government is lifting restrictions too soon.

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Study outlines the spread and causes of COVID-19The article gives an overview of the spread of Covid-19 and outlines six causes of the crisis: the exponential infection rate, international integration, the insufficient capacity of health care systems in many countries, conflicts of competence and a lack of foresight on the part of many government agencies, the need to grapple with the...

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The world's new Covid-19 epicenter could be the worst yetMexico City For months, Latin America watched the rest of the world suffer as the coronavirus spread.

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Whoopi Goldberg believes she had 'some form' of coronavirus in 2019Whoopi Goldberg has said she believes she had "some form" of coronavirus in 2019 that "evolved into Covid-19".

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Divorce lawyers and counsellors report surge in enquiries during coronavirus crisisMany couples are at breaking point after being cooped up together for weeks, fighting over strained finances, sharing childcare and, for some couples, alcohol use.

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Coronavirus UK: Christian leaders says mass closure of churches is 'unlawful'A coalition of Christian bishops and reverends in Britain has urged the Government to prioritise churches in its exit strategy from the coronavirus lockdown.

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Trump's decision to cut ties with World Health Organisation slammed by experts'Given the scale of the outbreak in the US, this appears nothing short of an attempt to refocus attention away from how this has been handled'

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Coronavirus UK: Police warn criminal gangs 'coming out of lockdown'Police have warned criminal gangs are 'coming out of lockdown' as violence and shootings have started to increase.

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Police warn people could still be fined if they break lockdown before MondayPolice say they will issue fines to anyone caught breaking lockdown this weekend.

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Coronavirus: Peter Gough died at Oxford hospital after 'lack of PPE'Emma Gough says hospitals should do more to protect admin staff after her father died.

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Scotland's coronavirus reproduction rate is one of the highest in the UKOnly the South West and Northern Ireland have higher rates of infection from Covid-19 according to new figures.

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Ministers issued face coverings advice three weeks after scientists' adviceCaption: Scientists recommended face coverings weeks before Government advice Credit: PA.

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Taiwan to allow remdesivir use to treat coronavirus: Live updatesAll the latest as Brazil's coronavirus toll reaches 27,878, making it the country with fifth-highest number of deaths.

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Down valuations: Surveyors are likely to undervalue after coronavirusWhile the recent flurry of activity shows promise, property industry insiders say the housing market is still frozen in its tracks.

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Coronavirus symptoms: Signs of COVID-19 infectionCORONAVIRUS symptoms include a high fever, a new cough, and loss of smell and taste.

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Coronavirus: Daily update as scientists warn over lockdown easingHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak on Saturday. We'll have another update for you tomorrow.

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Why Barnard Castle should be on your summer hit listWhat do my mum and Dominic Cummings have in common? They've both had life-defining trips to Barnard Castle - or 'Barney' as the locals call it.

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Coronavirus: Are children able to adhere to social distancing?How hard will it be for children to stay 2m away from loved ones when they can see them next week?

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Coronavirus updates: India records its biggest single day jump in casesBut despite the rising number of coronavirus cases, the government has been easing restrictions.

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Greece to open up in two weeksThe popular holiday destination will open up to visitors from 29 nations in two weeks' time as the Greek government looks to soften the financial blow of coronavirus.

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One further Covid-19 death in Northern Ireland confirmed by Department of HealthOne further person in Northern Ireland has died after testing positive for coronavirus, the Department of Health has confirmed.

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20 photographs of the weekThe new normal, the abnormal and the death of George Floyd - the most striking photographs from around the world this week.

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Coronavirus 'spreading too fast to lift England lockdown' warn scientistsThree of the government's scientific advisers on coronavirus have warned Covid-19 "is spreading too fast to lift lockdown in England", arguing the rate of infection and number of new cases remains too high, which the ONS places at 8,000 per day.

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Issues updating NHS app to reflect new Covid-19 symptom ­— bigger update coming next weekTHE Isle of Wight Council has released a statement regarding the recent issues with updating the NHS Covid-19 app.

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Covid-19 has gifted us a chance to end gender-based violence. We must take itIf the world can unite to beat Covid-19, it should apply the same energy to rooting out abuse.

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Firm behind coronavirus vaccine candidate criticised for ‘appalling' lack of transparencyThe American biotech firm leading the way in the development of a Covid-19 vaccine has been accused of trying to boost its share price and an "appalling" lack of transparency for holding a stock offering just hours after releasing the "positive" results of its early human trials.

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Coronavirus: Footballers help girl, 10, to 1.7m keepy-uppiesImogen Papworth-Heidel 10, wants to raise money by doing one keepy-uppy for each UK key worker.

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I'm a great teacher, honest. But schools beat me hands down on everything elseHundreds of schools may be reopening, but have the big guys of government really grasped the scale of what they're asking them to do?

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'This man knows he's dying as surely as I do': a doctor's dispatches from intensive careAs lockdown is relaxed, many in the NHS are left reeling. Palliative care doctor Rachel Clarke shares her experience working with coronavirus patients, and her fears of a second wave.

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Google Unveils New Tools To Help Small Businesses During COVID-19In addition to this, Google is expanding its Reserve with Google appointment-setting program. "We're expanding Reserve with Google to help merchants offer easy appointment bookings for online services so customers can quickly find available times, book a slot, and add it to their Google Calendar-all directly from a merchant's Business Profile."

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Warning over lockdown easing as Brits told not to break rulesGovernment advisers have voiced concerns the easing of lockdown measures in the UK from Monday are coming too soon and could cause a spike of coronavirus cases.

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Coronavirus live news: deaths surge in Brazil and Russia as Trump says US is quitting WHOPresident says WHO has ‘failed to reform'; UK expert says country not ready to ease lockdown; Australia to relax rules on 1 June.

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Nine in ten adults are now happy to leave their homes as the fear of coronavirus slowly wears offMore are going outside and meeting up with friends and family, a weekly survey by the Office for National Statistics found.

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NSW restaurants could seat 100 patrons in coronavirus restriction loopholeNSW premier Gladys Berejiklian announced limits at pubs and restaurants will be capped at 50 from this Monday, though a loophole in industry documents reveal more could be seated.

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ABC and the TV Academy will still present the Emmy Awards in September… as the format remains up in the air amid coronavirus concernsThe Emmy Awards are moving ahead with a September telecast, despite not having a host nailed down or even deciding on the format amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus 'spreading too fast' to ease lockdown restrictions, top scientists warnThree experts break ranks to voice fears about lifting measures from Monday.

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What are the new rules on exercising?Public must still comply with social distancing guidelines or face fines.

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Australians to travel to Greece from June 15 as coronavirus restrictions easeThe Greek Government announced on Friday it will allow visitors from a total of 29 countries to directly fly to Athens or Thessaloniki from June 15.

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Ruby Princess crew member has been diagnosed with tuberculosis after coronavirus infectionsRuby Princess passengers have been warned of a possible new infection after a crew member was diagnosed with tuberculosis.

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Thousands of care home and NHS staff may have to stay home in Government's test-and-trace programmeUnder the scheme, those who have come into close contact with someone who tests positive for coronavirus will be ordered to self-isolate too.

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live: Sport to return and groups of six can meet to exercise together says government, despite warnings on lockdown easingManchester mayor Andy Burnham has urged chancellor Rishi Sunak not to end the government's furlough scheme in October, warning of "huge redundancies in the hospitality sector", which he said "almost undermines the point of having" the scheme in the first place.

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Spain, Greece and Italy top British holiday wish-listDistant dream: Tui says Florida, the Caribbean and Mexico are top of the long-haul wish list.

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Doughing it right! We ditched high-flying jobs at BA to start our Big Bakes businessEloise Frank and Adam Chaudhri left jobs at the airline to launch a small business and are now facing the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Melbourne class is forced into quarantine after one student tests positive for coronavirusThe COVID-19 cluster linked to the Keilor Downs Secondary College, in the city's northwest, has grown to 11 cases.

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New South Wales records no new cases of coronavirus for the first time in three weeksCop is shot dead in California as George Floyd fury sweeps US: Donald Trump puts Army on notice to deploy to US streets for first time since 1992 LA riots as teen Detroit protester is also shot dead and Minneapolis erupts for fourth night.

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Boris Johnson now ranks alongside Trump, Putin and Bolsonaro in his utter failure over coronavirusI doubt it is a coincidence that the populists with the least regard for truth and expertise have presided over the nations that cannot get a grip on the Covid-19 pandemic.

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More than 100 tests carred out on first day at Weston's mobile coronavirus testing siteMore than a hundred people have been tested for Coronavirus at Weston's mobile testing centre.

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Coronavirus UK: Advisers say it's 'too soon' to be easing lockdownFrom Monday people will be allowed to socialise outside in groups of six, at a two-metre distance.

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Coronavirus: Can I visit all council-run parks now?Not all parks shut during lockdown and most have reopened, but some facilities are still off limits.

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Top scientists: It is too early to ease coronavirus lockdownThe easing of measures in the UK may be happening too early and could cause a spike in cases, government scientific advisers have warned.

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Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church servicesA divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have been imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

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This is how we tackle the rise in domestic violence caused by Covid-19The coronavirus pandemic has led to an alarming rise in violence in the home, with women bearing the brunt of the frustration and anger.

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Death rate after elective surgery soars if a patient has Covid-19A study has revealed that among patients with Covid-19 who underwent elective surgery the death rate was 18.9 per cent.

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Coronavirus: Letter warns of threat to future of Belfast festivalsThe chairman of Belfast Pride says politicians must make sure festivals have a future.

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More than 700 coronavirus patients have been discharged from Norfolk hospitalsOne new coronavirus death has been reported in Norfolk's hospitals. Picture: Archant.

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Trump terminates US relationship with WHOPresident Trump says the US is ending its relationship with the World Health Organisation. Also: Portugal has paused moves to ease the lockdown in Lisbon after a new spike in coronavirus cases, and another football league has announced its return date - Spain's La Liga.

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Coronavirus: Chancellor set to outline furlough scheme changesThe government is currently paying part of the wages of more than 8 million furloughed workers.

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Australian anti-vaxxers label Covid-19 a 'scam' and break distancing rules at anti-5G protestsPolice say those in breach of Covid-19 directions at Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne rallies face fines of $1,652 each.

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Hospital trust starts to roll out antibody test for COVID-19STAFF working at Furness General Hospital can now receive an antibody testing for COVID-19.

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One in 10 Covid-19 patients with diabetes die within a week, study findsCNN)One in 10 coronavirus patients with diabetes died within the first seven days of hospitalization, and one in five needed a ventilator to breathe, according to a new study by French researchers.

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Older men worry less about Covid-19 than others: studyThis is a concern given that older men are already more at risk, according to the study by researchers at Georgia State University, and published in The Journals of Gerontology.

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Bad Dog, Great Bread and CoffeeOverall - ️️️️ Coffee - ️️️️ Food - ️️️️️ Place - ️ By Cathalynn Cindy Labonte-Smith May 28, 2020 The name Bad Dog Bread conjures up a boutique bakery for pampered pooches offering fancy dog biscuits.

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Endless EmotionsIn Colorado, businesses and workplaces have started reopening, although not without restrictions. A part of me, is excited that little by little, life is going to go back to normal.

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Coronavirus reality as Australian nurse in UK reveals heartbreak of losing work mateKathryn Lennon, 25, works in the intensive care units at two of London's busiest teaching hospitals.

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Himachal's Covid-19 tally touches 300 as five test positive"Three of them had returned from Delhi and one from Gurgaon. One person who had returned from Thane on the Shramik Special Train tested positive late on Friday."

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'What are you hiding? ' Piers Morgan savages health secretary over Covid-19 testsPIERS MORGAN has once more hit out at health secretary Matt Hancock for not reporting on how many people the government has tested in the last six days.

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'A summer unlike any other': heatwaves and Covid-19 are a deadly combinationLow-income areas often lack access to air conditioning - and the pandemic threatens the public spaces where residents might find relief.

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May 29 Sky on FireMay 29, 2020 Hey, I took some time off. I find as things continue that respite is sometimes necessary.

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THE KEY STAT: 43% Of All U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Come From 0.6% Of The PopulationSource: Eric A. Blair In a fascinating new analysis published by Forbes, the researchers find data that supports what The Gateway Pundit has been saying for ages: COVID-19 is very dangerous to the elderly — especially in nursing homes — but not so much for everyone else.

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