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How long does immunity last if you've had Covd-19?New research indicates how long covid immunity lasts - and it's not great news!

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Couple praised after offer family their home for break from flatTwo BBC Breakfast viewers were hailed as "legends" after offering a father and his two children their home for a week-long holiday in north Devon.

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How many support bubbles can you have?Support bubbles have been a lifeline for people living alone.

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How to find out your 'Covid age'There is a tool you can use to measure your vulnerability to the virus.

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Councillor claims Covid-19 is 'fake' as no one she knows has diedTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Home working damaging Britain's creativity, survey findsFour out of 10 tech company bosses said their businesses have been forced to delay major launches or campaigns because of difficulties caused by home working, according to a new survey.

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Footage shows pupils crammed into corridor with positive Covid casesThis is the moment scores of pupils crammed into a school corridor after two tested positive for coronavirus.

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Damning report says patients were sent home before getting coronavirus resultsAbout a third of patients surveyed said they faced delays in finding out their results.

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More than half of all secondary schools in England have pupils self-isolatingStatistics from the Department of Education show approximately 26% of state-funded schools had one or more pupils self-isolating on October 22, compared to 21% the week before.

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Protests and clashes in Italy over coronavirus restrictionsProtesters threw petrol bombs and looted shops last night as demonstrations against the Italian government's tough new anti-virus measures broke out in cities across the country.

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Can I travel to Ireland from the UK?As the second wave of coronavirus continues to grip Europe, more countries are implementing stricter measures in a bid to curb the spread of cases.

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The Reader: Business rates reform is crucial for our recoveryI absolutely agree with Jim Armitage's 10-point plan to allow London to bounce back once the pandemic passes, however I would add a crucially important 11th point — business rates.

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We can't ignore the mental health epidemicFigures released last week show that one in six children aged five to 16 now identify as having a probable mental disorder, compared to one in nine in 2017.

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Downing Street has been nutmegged by Rashford: a U-turn is inevitableFood is poison when it becomes politics. The French Revolution happened when the price of bread hit a record high.

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Coronavirus UK: Church service stormed by police in lockdown WalesTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Where's lockdown exit plan, PM? London joins demand for clear strategyCommunity and health leaders in London are discussing what triggers could move capital back into Tier 1.

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Comment: Government must set out its exit strategy"You can check out anytime you like but you can never leave," is the chilling denouement to Eagles' 1977 hit, Hotel California.

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Khan risks turning London into Gotham City, minister warnsCity Hall hit back today, with a spokeswoman for the Mayor telling the Standard: "Londoners will be absolutely furious that the Minister for London is talking down our city like this."

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Not wearing a mask linked to anti-social personality disorderThe study found that empathy for others was linked with compliance with coronavirus restrictions.

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Donald Trump declares coronavirus pandemic is 'ending' as cases soarDonald Trump has declared the coronavirus pandemic is ‘ending’ despite cases in the United States soaring to record levels.

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Lockdown UK: Which areas in England are moving to tier 3 this week?The city of Nottingham will be among the four areas of England moving to tier three this week – the highest alert level.

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UK coronavirus LIVE: London sees 13,000 weekly Covid cases as Boris Johnson urged for 'roadmap' out of lockdownBoris Johnson is under pressure from scores of Conservative MPs to detail a "road-map out of lockdown" as more people in England come under the toughest coronavirus restrictions.

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How to prepare for a possible Covid-19 surgeHealth experts have said that Covid-19 cases will likely surge this winter. Here's what you need to have on hand in your pantry, freezer, medicine cabinet and more to limit errands and in case of sickness, quarantine or disaster.

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One in 10 Londoners have virus antibodies… but number is fallingAlmost one in 10 Londoners have Covid-19 antibodies but the number who may have "natural protection" against the virus is declining, a major study revealed today.

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Drivers warned over second spike in deer collisions due to Covid-19Drivers are being warned to expect a second spike in the number of collisions with deer due to the latest coronavirus restrictions.

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Largest COVID-19 antibody testing programme publishes findings on antibody response over timeFindings from Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI show the number of people with antibodies fell by 26.5% over 3 months.

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Coronavirus latest news: Liverpool Mayor not opposed to moving city into Tier 4 'if necessary'AA waitress clears tables wearing PPE in Liverpool, north-west England, as the Mayor of Liverpool says he is not opposed to moving the city into Tier 4 restrictions “if necessary”, following the death of his brother from coronavirus.

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Killing GrandpaKilling Grandpa Corvidae as the crow flies it’s a good year to die, ’cause COVID caw-caw hurrah boo yea true, my father died at 72 — a cancer the grim blamed on him and I at 71 demeaned by life in Corona, a neighborhood in Queens, New York Might say in spirit furor I’m a&.

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Student, 22, fined A£6,600 for not isolating after posting picture on InstagramCarys Ann Ingram, 22, was caught out when contact tracing teams visited her family’s home where she was meant to be self-isolating after flying to Jersey from Salford – one of the worst-hit areas for Covid in the UK.

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Social Media  Is it the real Pandemic?Social media is arguably one of the most powerful tools in our society today and I can’t deny throughout the pandemic it has done a lot of good as we all tried to make the best of a horrible year....

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She's an Anecdote for EasterShe's an Anecdote for Easter We watched the screen plays in the Ides of March’s sins hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin Studying the oracles of science she embraced a protocol agreed to: randomized controlled studies It’s quintessential to have a placebo hydroxychloroquine not sufficient Though playful in loving banter the...

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Final WeekAutumn Blaze maple tree. More than 61 million voters already cast a ballot in the general election that ends a week from today.

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Covid-19: We're working with Scottish Government and sportscotland for more clarityCovid-19 section with further info As our members will be aware, the First Minister has announced a new strategic approach to suppress the coronavirus.

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The Summer of SleepSo despite my good intentions, my blogging drifted off as it always does. From July, I have an excellent reason which I’m about to write about but the rest?

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Hertfordshire coronavirus: Watford records highest Covid-19 infection rate in the countyMore areas are being moved from 'medium' Tier One restrictions up into 'high' Tier Two and 'very high' Tier Three this week as the UK Government attempts to stall the increase in coronavirus cases across the country.

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COVID-19 outbreakToday, October 27th, 2020, Poland has registered the largest number of cases in 24h, since the beginning of the pandemic with 16 300 new cases and 132 deaths.

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Coronavirus deaths in England and Wales up 53% on last week, ONS data showsMore than 61,000 deaths involving COVID-19 have now occurred in the UK.

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Exclusive: Jobs plea as Aberdeen faces level two Covid-19 lockdownThe co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council have urged the First Minister to meet them in a bid to tackle the "economic tsunami" caused by Covid-19.

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Covid-19 deaths in England and Wales at highest for 3 months with rise of 53% in weekThe North West of England is the worst-hit area for coronavirus deaths with 229 of 670 new fatalities recorded there in one week, according to new official figures.

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UK coronavirus death toll up 60% in a week, new figures showLondon continued to be sheltered from the worst effects of the second wave of the pandemic.

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Covid-19: Weekly deaths jump to highest point in more than four monthsEngland and Wales have recorded the highest number of deaths in 17 weeks.

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Trick or treating 'banned' for children living under tier 3 lockdownsTrick or treating isn’t going to be allowed this year in tier three areas because of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

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Coronavirus: Poole Hospital closes wards due to casesTWO wards at Poole Hospital have temporarily closed due to positive coronavirus tests.

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Christmas shop sells bauble that looks like coronavirus bacteriaThe ornament has been designed by a retail product developer made redundant due to the pandemic.

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Grandma Knows a Spy from WuhanGrandma Knows a Spy from Wuhan In the clearings hauntings inhere dear unfinished things They’ve finished cleaning the blood off the floor of the salon Grandma’s voice screams in the night; her pen pal is lost, yes Grandma is dead.

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Latest Health UpdateDear Bloggers, This post refers to my previous update in which I was being investigated for Lymphoma.

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Oxford coronavirus vaccine shows 'strong immune response' in the elderlyStrong immune responses have been recorded in younger adults as well as the elderly.

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Matt Hancock 'breaks Covid-19 rules' by not wearing mask in hospitalIt’s the second time the health secretary has been accused of breaking the rules in a week.

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Coronavirus Northern Ireland: Hospitals 'under significant pressure' as health care staff struggle with second waveNorthern Ireland's hospitals are currently under "significant pressure" as health care staff struggle to cope with the second Covid-19 wave, the Health and Social Care Board has warned.

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Hampshire fire service releases Halloween tips amid Covid-19WITH Halloween creeping closer, fire chiefs have issued advice to families in a bid to keep everyone safe amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Whoever would have thoughtThis is going to be quite a short post but I would really love to know your opinions and thoughts please.

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October, the cruellest month&April is the cruellest month...’, the opening line of TS Eliot’s The Waste Land, is one of the most famous phrases in Twentieth Century poetry.

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Wuhan GirlWuhan Girl Wuhan girl, won’t you come out to light come out for sighting come out for citing?

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Who's Getting Rich from PPE in the UK?Procurement. I’m sure, like me, even a mention of the word gets your engines revving.

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Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 10-27-2020This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots... Just the facts... for October 27th, 2020.

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Day 32/67, High School Equivalency in Five Months: Start of week 9/18Week Nine: Monday, 29 October, Day 32 Lesson Plan Grammar: Essay Writing - keep working on your Introductory Paragraph Math: Drawing polygons in the coordinate plane Day32ExitTix All of the lesson plans can be found for All Weeks: 1-18, here......

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Blackburn with Darwen and Rossendale have WORST coronavirus infection rates in EnglandAll six of East Lancashire's boroughs are now in the top 20 areas with the highest coronavirus infection rates in the country.

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Nicola Sturgeon coronavirus update LIVE as MSPs to vote on five-tier alert systemThe First Minister will update the country on the latest Covid-19 figures later.

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Boris facing 'northern revolt' as 50 Tory MPs demand lockdown 'exit map'Some of the northern Conservative MPs who have signed the letter to Boris Johnson.

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London coronavirus cases: Covid-19 spreading across capital with more than 13,000 weekly infections, figures showTwo boroughs have a rate of above 200 new cases per week per 100,000 is the only borough with the rate below 100.

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Revolution to start closing bars forever because of 10pm curfewRevolution is planning to close six of its bars permanently following a massive drop in revenue amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Coronavirus: Year 7 at Bassaleg School, Newport, to isolateA FOURTH year group in a week at a Newport school have been told to self-isolate following a positive coronavirus test.

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'No plans' to use deprived pupil funding to shore up Covid-19 spendingDundee city council chiefs have been unable to rule out using money for deprived pupils in the city to fill a Covid-19 black hole.

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Coronavirus could send the North 'into reverse' say Tory MPsBoris Johnson has been warned by more than 50 Tory MPs that the coronavirus crisis is threatening his pledge to "level-up" the country and could "send the North into reverse".

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Ending lockdown, airport testing and Dominic Cummings: your Covid questions answeredYou asked us about the politics of the coronavirus. Here are the answers.

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‘I got a whole new mindset': the health secrets of people who got much fitter in lockdownMany of us have struggled to maintain our fitness in 2020 - but not everyone.

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Back at the Ball GameThe World Series is on and fans are in the stands. Watching professional sports, in person, during a pandemic, looks and sounds a lot different.

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Dozens of people with coronavirus in hospitals in Bristol, Bath and WestonThe latest figures from NHS England, released this morning , give the most recent details of the admissions and diagnoses of coronavirus patients by hospital trust.

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Ratchaphruek Hospital Achieves GHA's COVID-19 Certification of Conformance for Medical TravelDr. Teerawat Srinakarin, Ratchaphruek Hospital's Chief Executive Officer stated, "Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, currently and at least in the near future, there are varying degrees of concern about risk and safety for patients and their families to travel for medical purposes. I believe the GHA COVID-19 program is one of the most...

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Aged care minister Richard Colbeck says he's not personally responsible for 700 Covid deathsMinister says he wants to keep his job in forthcoming ministry reshuffle, maintaining pandemic approach taken by Coalition government had saved lives.

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Coronavirus immunity 'may only last a few months'They said a recent study measuring the prevalence of coronavirus antibodies in England showed immunity was ‘waning quite rapidly’, which could lead to an increased risk of reinfection.

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More than 3,000 fined or warned for flouting coronavirus pandemic regulationsMore than 3,000 fines and warnings related to coronavirus regulations have now been issued by the PSNI during the pandemic.

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Coronavirus in Cumbria round-up: Tuesday, October 27Barrow, Carlisle and Eden now have an infection rate of more than 200 cases per 100,000 people according to Public Health England figures.

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Oxford Covid vaccine works in all ages, trials suggestVaccine being trialled by Oxford University and AstraZeneca offers hope for all age groups.

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Is our approach to COVID-19 really that novel?One of the claims that is doing the round at the moment is that not only is COVID-19 itself novel but that the approaches we have been taking to combat the virus are new.

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Dear Gavin Williamson, claw back some respect by pausing Sats, league tables and OfstedIts time to listen to teachers and heads who are calling for primary tests to be suspended because of coronavirus.

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Covid-19: Antibodies, northern 'exit strategy' and fireworks warningHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.

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The Note: Battleground-state spikes keep campaign focused on COVID-19If President Trump is tired of talking about COVID-19, his biggest problem one week from Election Day may be that voters he needs are still living it.

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The Year of Candy Chutes and Flying BucketsMeet one of our guinea pigs. We had discussions about Halloween in our neighborhood and decided that the kids have suffered enough.

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Coronavirus: latest news from Newport, Gwent and WalesWelcome to today's coverage of the coronavirus response in Wales and the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board area, covering Gwent.

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BBC's Victoria Derbyshire apologises for saying she'd break rule of six at ChristmasVictoria Derbyshire has retracted her comments saying she’d be willing to break the rule of six in order to celebrate Christmas with her family.

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Victoria records zero coronavirus cases and Melbourne lockdown lifted as NSW records twoTasmania to reopen to travellers from NSW on 6 November; federal parliament and Senate estimates return and questions continue over management of Australia Post.

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Tour operator won't refund me for cancelled ski tripWasteland Ski owes me £677 for a university trip but seems to be avoiding paying.

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Fears of 'two-tier' system as NHS waiting lists prompt more people to go privateCovid crisis leads to more people self-funding treatment or investing in private health insurance.

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Coronavirus live news: 'We cannot give up' warns WHO chief; protests flare in ItalyProtests against Covid restrictions turn violent in Milan and Turin; US deaths up 10%; Pope to celebrate Christmas without congregation.

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UK coronavirus live: Covid-19 death toll passes 60,000Total number of deaths from Covid-19 across UK reaches 61,116; 55 MPs sign letter to PM expressing fears that government's ‘levelling up' for the north is being abandoned.

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Amusing costings of Qld election commitments  $4bn of Govt election commitments reported to have zero Net ImpactExtract from Queensland Labor, 2020, Working Together for Queensland, 2020 Election Financial Statement I laughed out loud when I opened up a copy of the costings of the current Queensland Government's election commitments and it reported that its $4 billion plus of commitments have practically zero "Net Impact" because it will be borrowing an...

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Out of IsolationHaving seen some old friends return on here over the last few days I decided I have three ways of treating this blog: 1 Carry on as I have done these last few months - dipping in and out - making the occasional comment and infrequent post 2 Ending the blog on the basis that I&.

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Finnair is selling business-class meals in supermarketsIf you’re from Finland and love airplane food or just miss the thrill of being in the skies then you may want to head to the supermarket.

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Victoria Derbyshire apologises over Covid Christmas commentsScientists had warned against breaking rules after journalist told the Radio Times she planned to break the law.

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Hospitals Bear Brunt Of Trump Admin Surrender To CoronavirusRachel Maddow looks at hospitals in crisis around the United States, where ICU beds are full to capacity, and spillover capacity is being utilized but medical staffing is stretched too thin to extend care further.

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Eggs Benedict and tattoos: what Melburnians are looking forward to when lockdown endsSome are packing their next few weeks full of activities, while others just want a chance to decompress.

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The week in COVID-19: Cases more than double in young kids in Washoe CountyCOVID-19 fuels a spike in new cases among children age 9 and younger in Washoe County, which has seen a surge since September.

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Lung biomarkers may predict severe COVID-19Two University of New Mexico researchers postulate certain specific biomarkers' relevance in predicting the potential for progression to severe COVID-19 in a paper published on the preprint server bioRxiv*.

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Timeline of the week leading up to COVID-19 outbreak in Mike Pence orbitVice President Mike Pence was campaigning across the country when at least five people from his inner circle tested positive for the coronavirus.

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We're all in this togetherI love the story of Ruth in the Old Testament. Not so long back we spent a few weeks working through it together as a Home Group.

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Coronavirus 'uncertainty' inspires Pontypool man's clothing lineA PONTYPOOL man has risen to the challenge of coronavirus by launching his own ethical clothing line.

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Wales's Covid competence is inspiring many of us to thoughts of independenceI feel envious of my loved ones united behind a government they can trust, says the Guardian columnist Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett.

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Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groupsMinority ethnic people in UK were ‘overexposed, under protected, stigmatised and overlooked', review finds.

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Victoria Derbyshire willing to break rule of six at ChristmasVictoria Derbyshire would break the rule of six in order to see her elderly mum.

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What is the coronavirus situation in Warrington as town enters tier 3?RESIDENTS across Warrington are waking up this morning, Tuesday, to a new set of coronavirus instructions.

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Timeline of the week leading up to COVID-19 outbreak in Pence orbitVice President Mike Pence was campaigning across the country when at least five people from his inner circle tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Frequent testing and isolationA recent study by researchers at Virginia Tech and Central China Normal University published on the preprint server medRxiv in October 2020 discusses the various interventions required and the level of control required, whether to flatten the curve or reduce the case number.

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Real-time tracking system shows rise in suspected opioid overdose deaths after COVID-19's arrivalCOVID-19 may dominate the headlines. But another epidemic that was already raging before it arrived has flared up in recent months, too, according to new University of Michigan data.

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Study: Person Infected With #COVID-19 Contaminated Wuhan Animal MarketThis news report is from May, but it is to highlight a molecular biologist named Alina Chan was mentioned by Tucker Carlson during his Fox News show today.

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Researchers identify effective way to protect vulnerable people from COVID-19T-cells taken from the blood of people who recovered from a COVID-19 infection can be successfully multiplied in the lab and maintain the ability to effectively target proteins that are key to the virus's function, according to a new study published Oct.

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Coronavirus: Russia steps up restrictions as infections surgeMasks must be worn in all public areas and bars and restaurants should close overnight, officials say.

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About 15% of COVID-19-related deaths linked to long-term exposure to air pollutionLong-term exposure to air pollution has been linked to an increased risk of dying from COVID-19 and, for the first time, a study has estimated the proportion of deaths from the coronavirus that could be attributed to the exacerbating effects of air pollution for every country in the world.

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Hundreds in Southampton not told after contact with Covid-19 sufferersHUNDREDS of close contacts of Southampton residents with coronavirus are not being reached through the test and trace system, new figures show.

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Six more DYA residents positive for COVID-19, total of eight resident casesSix more residents at the Department of Youth Affairs have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Joint Information Center, bringing the total positive resident cases to eight.

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Cardiff Half Marathon postponed until October 2021 due to coronavirus pandemicThe 2020 Cardiff Half Marathon has been moved for a second time because of the coronavirus outbreak and will now take place in October 2021.

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Dorchester attraction shuts due to coronavirus restrictionsA POPULAR attraction will be closing its doors to members of the public in days due to coronavirus restrictions - and may not reopen until the spring.

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Covid-19 cases confirmed at west Cumbrian factoryA MANUFACTURING company has assured the public it is following "comprehensive" safety measures after the confirmation of Covid-19 among staff at its west Cumbrian factory.

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Derbyshire apologises after saying she would break rule of six at XmasVictoria Derbyshire has apologised after saying she would break the rule of six to have her family of seven together this Christmas.

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59 Covid-19 Cases Linked To One 7-Hour Flight To Ireland, Per StudyNotably, the flight was only 17% full. "Four of the flight cases were not seated next to any other positive case, had no contact in the transit lounge, wore face masks in-flight and would not be deemed close contacts under current guidance from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control ," wrote the researchers.

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SARS-CoV-2 is mainly spread in households and household-like settingsTen months into the coronavirus disease pandemic, health experts have a good understanding of how the virus spreads.

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Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisisTumbling numbers of pregnancies and marriages in Japan during the coronavirus pandemic are likely to intensify a demographic crisis in the rapidly ageing nation.

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Everything we got, we got the hard wayResiliency is needed. The kids will be OK. Few kids are getting ahead. Actually, no one is getting ahead.

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New Covid-19 Surge Takes Emotional Toll On Frontline WorkersWith the coronavirus pandemic reaching new case records in states across the nation, the surge in hospitalizations is having a devastating effect on medical professionals facing the likelihood of a long and deadly winter.

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COVID-19 antibiotic risk factorsNow, a team of researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center aimed to determine antibiotic prescribing rates and risk factors for antibiotic prescribing in hospitalized patients.

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The Rundown for October 27, 2020The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 8,700,053 and the nations death toll stands at 225,696, according to figures released last night by Joh...

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Vampire bats socially distance when they're sick, study showsWild vampire bats socially distance when they are sick, a new study has found. Scientists had previously seen this behaviour in lab conditions, but wanted to find out if it occurred in the wild.

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COVID cases: How Bangalore's really doingSomething I wrote up for citizenmatters. Can be read here. Please to read. Raises a lot of questions about fatality numbers.

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10-24-year-olds are as susceptible to COVID-19 as older adultsIn an attempt to replicate the results of previous studies, a team of researchers performed statistical analyses on COVID-19 prevalence data from the U.S. to compare the number of cases in adolescents and youth to that in older adults.

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UK coronavirus death toll passes 60,000, official figures showThe Covid death toll across the UK has surpassed 60,000 for the first time, hitting 61,116, according to analysis of official data.

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The Missus Kicked Me Out!Holy crap, I can't believe that it's come to this. Here I am, flying high in the sky with my reindeer during late October, when I should be back home at the North Pole keeping an eye on my crew of elves.

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With one week to go: Southwest Florida's state of play todayOct. 27, 2020 by David Silverberg Today marks one week before the General Election and while there’s saturation media coverage of national politics, there’s little publicly available data to determine the exact state of play in Southwest Florida.&.

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A Coincidence&H/T Firebird@Shes Right. Received this in an email from a dear friend&.and my reply is beneath the article.

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New research on small non-coding RNAs and SARS-CoV-2A recently published mini-review in the Frontiers in Microbiology on the altered expression of small non-coding RNAs during infections.

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ATO to review super protections for victims of domestic violence under Coalition's early access schemeOfficials promise to reexamine policies after conceding there were no specific controls to combat financial abuse under the governments initiative.

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How's The Boss Doing During The Pandemic?There are celebrities, both of the internet variety and of the more traditional variety, there are famous and notorious people, and then there are legends.

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Global coronavirus report: Italian police use tear gas to disperse lockdown protestsWHO tells countries not to give up as virus fatigue sets in; protesters and police clash in Barcelona; US daily deaths rise 10% in two weeks.

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US election 2020: are Democrats taking black voters for granted in Wisconsin?The Guardian US reporter Kenya Evelyn grew up in Milwaukee, in the swing state of Wisconsin.

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Empowering Dairy Farmers for Better Food Safety and SecurityMilk producer Frisian Flag Indonesia said empowering dairy farmers will take Indonesia a step closer to better food security and safety.

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Researchers generate a transcriptomic map of the COVID brainCOVID-19 is known to be associated with multiple changes in gene expression, but many of these are also seen in chronic brain conditions as well as in some abnormal mental conditions.

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Senator Tina Smith champions increased in investment in telehealthSenator Tina Smith has a letter to the editor in The Hill, detailing the need for another round of COVID19 telehealth funding...

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It's time for a nuremberg for the covid-19 hoaxersThe perpetrators of the 'Rona hoax should be tried and executed for war crimes. An invading army of politicians, bureaucrats and pharmaceutical interests have illegally and illegitimately hijacked government institutions to perpetrate crimes against humanity on a scale much worse than the Holocaust.

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Covid by NumbersSome graphical data on Covid: Various sources are given for this: Deutsche Bank, Federal reserve Bank of San Francisco, Wikipedia and Ourworldindata.

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America and the Virus: 'A Colossal Failure of Leadership'.Nicholas Kristof started the article comparing President Trump's incompetent leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic with the President Thabo Mbeki's failure to lead South African during AIDS which resulted to 300,00 lives lost.

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Covid-19 updateChina has discovered another big outbreak in Kashgar: they’re testing 4.6 million people and found 163 covid cases so far, every one of them asymptomatic.

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New peptide derivatives that target the SARS-CoV-2 spike proteinIn a new study published in the journal Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, researchers report peptide derivatives, or peptidomimetics, based on the circle residues involved in the interaction of the spike protein and ACE2.

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Well Done Australia dŸ‡¦dŸ‡ºAustralia's response had been "light years ahead" of the US and the UK At the start of this year I was in Australia and witnessed their government's actions, taken to control the virus and protect the population.

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A long time ago by Rebecca CrichtonThe times that Rebeccas friend is harking back to nostalgically were, in reality, a reaction to the darkness that preceded them.

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Transcriptomics identifies possible COVID-19 therapiesBy using a diverse set of transcriptomic SARS-CoV-2 signatures, US researchers put to use their previously developed drug repositioning pipeline to pinpoint potential drug candidates for the treatment of coronavirus disease.

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Study suggests 5'UTR of SARS-CoV-2 might be of pangolin coronavirus originFindings from a new genomic sequencing study support the hypothesis that the pangolin was the intermediate host for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 that enabled transmission of the virus to humans.

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COVID-19 threatens Halloween, Knoxville community plans to safely celebrateAs cool weather moves in and Halloween fast approaches, organizations around Knoxville, Tennessee gear up for various spooky activities, with the threat of COVID-19 looming in the background.

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Who Really Benefits from Lockdowns?New cases of Covid-19 have been rising all over the world. This is especially apparent in European countries like France, England, Belgium, Spain and Italy.

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Coronavirus immunity may only last a few months, scientists findCoronavirus immunity could only last a few months, scientists have found. Research by Imperial College London estimated just 4.4 per cent of adults had some form of immunity against Covid-19 in September, when cases began to increase again.

Evening Standard Shared .

Trump claims Barron's coronavirus was 'gone' after 15 minutesPresident Trump made the claim while speaking to his supporters during a Monday rally in Pennsylvania, using it as a reason for why states should reopen schools for in-person classes.

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Covid-19: Warrington moves into tier 3 restrictionsThe Cheshire town is the latest area to be moved into the top tier of Covid-19 restrictions.

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Nasal spray formulation of ivermectin for COVID-19 shows promise in pigsResearchers in Argentina have conducted a pre-clinical study demonstrating the safety and pharmacokinetic performance of a new nasal spray formulation designed to suppress the replication of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 , the agent that causes coronavirus disease 2019.

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Coronavirus antibody prevalence falling in England, REACT study showsTests on more than 365,000 people in England have shown that the antibody response to the virus that causes COVID-19 wanes over time.

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High blood pressure and its drug treatment unlikely to increase entry of COVID-19 virus into cellsFears that people with high blood pressure are more at risk from severe Covid-19 because it is easier for the virus to enter their cells and tissues have been laid to rest, thanks to research by an international team of scientists.

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El Paso, Texas starts curfew to fight COVID-19The U.S. border city of El Paso has been put under a two-week long curfew in an attempt to stem a surge in coronavirus infections.

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Suspended Somewhere In-BetweenWe couldn’t leave for our picnic until Mark was done with his Italian class on Zoom, but it was almost dark and Luke was still unpacking the groceries, a job he had been assigned an hour ago.

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Eli Lilly Ends Covid-19 Antibody Trial After Finding It's Unlikely To Help Hospitalized PatientsEli Lilly said Monday that it will end a U.S.-based clinical trial for its coronavirus antibody treatment because the data indicates the treatment is unlikely to help coronavirus patients recover from advanced stages of the disease, a move which comes two weeks after it paused the trial citing a potential safety concern.

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Thousands of coronavirus deaths 'could be linked to air pollution'More than 6,000 coronavirus-related deaths in the UK could be linked to long-term exposure to air pollution, a study has found.

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Coronavirus: Disabled workers could 'face jobs crisis'Firms are reportedly hiring fewer disabled applicants amid concerns about supporting them properly.

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Peter Beattie takes a swipe at his own party's border policy in QueenslandFormer Queensland Premier Peter Beattie has taken a swipe at his own party's coronavirus policy, warning the state will 'go broke' if border shutdowns continue.

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Masks Are CoolPeople wearing cool masks. When I was little, I thought it would be cool to have an excuse to wear a mask all the time.

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Three people die from COVID-19 and 20 more are infected a month after a shag dance festival in South CarolinaThe festival was held last month in Myrtle Beach after an official event was canceled due to coronavirus.

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New South Wales records 12 new coronavirus cases as cluster in Sydney's south-west grows again and testing numbers plummetNew South Wales has found 12 new coronavirus cases, including two in the community linked to a cluster in Sydney's south-west.

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Elizabeth Warren: Trump 'Doesn't Seem To Care' About Those Impacted By The PandemicOn President Trump's mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic, Senator Elizabeth Warren says he 'doesn't seem to care' about those affected by virus infections or the economic fallout from it.

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Coronavirus causes 'brain fog' that can knock eight points off your IQ, research suggestsResearchers have warned that survivors of the worst cases of the virus could be at risk of lasting mental damage, equivalent to an 8.5-point drop in IQ or the brain ageing a decade.

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Thousands of Covid-19 deaths could be linked to air pollutionResearchers estimate that around 15 of coronavirus deaths worldwide could be attributed to long-term exposure to tiny particles of pollution.

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Islamabad varsity closed after 5 Covid-19 cases emergeIslamabad, Oct 27. The Quaid-e-Azam University in Islamabad has been temporarily closed after five coronavirus cases emerged in the premises.

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‘Decades of discrimination' led to Covid-19 inequalitiesDecades of structural discrimination led to the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus pandemic on black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, a review has found.

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Covid-19 immunity could only last a few monthsScientists have found that coronavirus immunity could only last a few months after a study revealed a decline in protective antibodies.

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Covid-19: How mobile data shows journey patterns in WalesMobile location data shows how people in Wales travel differently and less during lockdowns.

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Coronavirus latest news: Death rates among hospitalised Covid patients halve since first waveADeath rates among people hospitalised with Covid-19 have halved since the peak of the first wave, new research has found.

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Trump, Biden Campaign In Battleground Pennsylvania As Election Day NearsWith eight days until Election Day, President Trump held three rallies in Pennsylvania. Joe Biden, who is also in the state, took aim at comments made by White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, slamming them as a "surrender" to the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus: Tory MPs challenge Boris Johnson to give north of England ‘roadmap out of lockdown'Northern Research Group calls on prime minister to live up to promise to ‘level up'

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Former top judge Lord Sumption brands coronavirus curbs tyrannical and a 'breathtaking' infringement of democratic rightsOrders to remain at home and rafts of new laws to restrict what people can do amount to a 'breathtaking' infringement of democratic rights, Lord Sumption will say in a speech tonight.

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Global Markets: European shares sink to one-month lows as COVID-19 cases surgeEuropean equities fell in early Tuesday trading as risk-aversion swept markets, with a resurgence of coronavirus cases threatening the global economic recovery and caution ahead of U.S. elections on Nov.

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Trump Claims Doctors Overcounting Covid-19 Coronavirus Deaths To Make More MoneyHere is the response on Twitter from physicians and various medical societies to the statements made by Trump during a campaign rally in Wisconsin.

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COVID-19 cases in Wallonia schoolsIn Wallonia , universities are already back to only giving online classes, schools will be closed two additional days after the Autumn holidays , and secondary schools will be virtual for the 3 days before the Autumn holidays.

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Arlene Phillips calls for more funding to help creative sector out of coronavirus slumpFormer Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips, 77, joined musicians and dancers, including girls in tutus, outside Parliament to highlight the plight of the live events industry.

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Are We Starving Hungry Children?Free School Meals are back in the headlines. Boris has not yet U-Turned, at the time of writing, on this toxic decision to not allow children from the poorest upbringings free meals during the time of national crisis, economic ruin and growing wealth gap.

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COVID-19 outbreak declared at Ottawa jailPublic health a COVID-19 outbreak at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre, where one person has tested positive for the illness.

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Covid-19: Worshippers sent home from church by policeThe officers allowed five minutes of prayers outside the venue before ordering people home.

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Why waiting for a coronavirus vaccine could be flawed strategyVaccines help create herd immunity - but if such protection only lasts a matter of months, how effective could any treatment be?

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India records less than 40k COVID-19 cases in single day after 3 monthsNew Delhi: The number of coronavirus cases reported in India in a span of 24 hours dropped below 40,000 after over three months, while the new fatalities registered during the same period remained under 500 for the second consecutive day, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Tuesday.

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Over 100 people test positive for coronavirus at meat factoryNorfolk County Council said there had been a ‘significant outbreak’ at the Cranswick Country Foods site in Watton.

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Wave of new COVID-19 cases crashes across U.S. and Europe as winter loomsThe United States, Russia, France and many other countries are setting records for coronavirus infections as a tidal wave of cases washes over parts of the Northern Hemisphere, forcing some countries to impose new curbs.

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Why Nigerian looters are targeting Covid-19 aidRaids on warehouses and businesses continue in the wake of anti-police brutality protests.

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Coronavirus Victoria: ZERO new cases and deaths for second dayScott Morrison has called for Victoria to lift its remaining coronavirus restrictions before Christmas, as the state enjoys a second consecutive day of zero community transmissions.

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Hospital says coronavirus numbers 'far beyond first wave' as admissions riseA hospital has said the number of coronavirus patients they are treating is ‘far beyond’ what it was during the first wave, after it saw its largest daily rises ever, as another hospital expressed its worries over its large number of inpatients at one time.

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No more hidingI’m sitting here, as we are facing a strange winter navigating the edge of Covid again.

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Scots Musicians' Next Job Could Be In Cyber.This time last year, gigs and concerts were among the main events to look forward to and became a regular weekend outing for many, particularly in the small music venues of Glasgow.

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The companies desperately seeking thousands of new staff NOW despite the coronavirus pandemicCompanies from Dan Murphy's to Australia Post and BHP are desperately seeking seeking thousands of Aussie workers over the Christmas period as the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on.

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Europe losing control of coronavirus transmission, WHO official warnsEuropean governments are "well behind" in the fight against coronavirus and the continent is becoming an epicentre for the disease, a senior World Health Organisation medic has warned.

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504 new cases identified in last 24 hours; Seven additional deaths reported since Oct. 23News Release Update 134: COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta. There are 118 people in hospital due to COVID-19, including 16 in intensive care.

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Hearing Melbourne's lockdown was ending was like a dam wall breaking. I sobbedVictoria has lived through a collective trauma. It has been necessary and effective, but my god it has been hard.

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Hospitals under pressure again as Covid admissions rise sharplyAs coronavirus cases rise sharply, hospitals are once again under pressure throughout the UK and NHS staff are having to juggle competing demands.

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Pregnant Sadie Robertson 'fully recovered' from coronavirus battleThe Duck Dynasty alum, 23, who announced her pregnancy earlier this month, revealed she is 'just about fully recovered' after battling the disease in the hospital.

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Ever-so-slightly losing itI’m just getting so breathless - even going to the bathroom.’ ‘My muscles ache.’ ‘No, I haven’t been eating much these days.

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Typhoid Mike…I see that Vice President Pence is out, about, and on the campaign trail... despite being directly exposed to COVID-19 and nominally being subject to a 14-day quarantine period.

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Coronavirus: Preparations are underway for Northern Ireland Covid-19 virus vaccine this year 'in best case scenario'Preparations are being made by the Department of Health for a Covid-19 vaccine to be made available in Northern Ireland before the end of the year as part of a "best case scenario".

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Wu-Tang's RZA Drops Bars, Reveals New Album and Talks Staying Creative During CovidRZA, the legendary producer, rapper and founding leader of Wu-Tang Clan, discusses his evolving approach to music and film, what people can learn from the coronavirus pandemic, and drops lyrics from his latest album "The Cure" in this exclusive new episode of "Mavericks with Ari Melber." Be sure to check out the full interview and other...

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Shielding mum who refuses to send children back to school faces prosecutionA mother has been threatened with a hefty fine and possible jail time after refusing to send her children to school because she is clinically vulnerable and ‘terrified of the virus’.Â.

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Woman is first in Wales to have same Covid-19 treatment as US President Donald TrumpA woman from Cardiff has become the first person in Wales to receive the same Covid-19 treatment that saw US President Donald Trump recover rapidly from the virus.

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COVID-19 deaths are rising in the US, as feared by expertsThe US has recently seen a record-breaking surge in daily and weekly averages of new coronavirus cases.

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Fergus is positiveBack in April, there were fears the NHS would be overwhelmed by the number of people needing treatment for Covid-19.

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Boris Johnson faces revolt as fifty Tory MPs demand ‘clear roadmap' out of lockdown for northBoris Johnson faces a revolt as more than 50 Tory MPs warn that Covid-19 is threatening his pledge to "level-up" the country and could "send the North into reverse".

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Number of coronavirus cases drops in Newcastle as Gateshead sees increaseRates have fallen across the North East except in Gateshead, and North and South Tyneside.

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Coronavirus breakthrough: Oxford vaccine produces 'strong immune response' in adultsA CORONAVIRUS vaccine produced by Oxford University has triggered a 'strong immune response' in adults, as further trials ignite fresh hopes of a cure for COVID-19.

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White House waves the white flag, saying it can't control the pandemic. Plus, what wave are we actually in right now?Are we in a third wave of cases or is this just an extension of the first?

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Driver yelled 'people like you spread virus' at epileptic mum without face maskKarrine, 27, is exempt from wearing a face mask having previously suffered seizures while wearing them.

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Trump Encourages Poll Watching In Pennsylvania: 'We're Watching You Gov. Wolf'Five of Vice President Mike Pence's aides tested positive for the coronavirus, but that has not stopped him or President Trump from hitting the campaign trail.

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The Pandemic YearWhen we look back, we would want this year to not have happened at all.

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European governments are 'well behind' in the fight against coronavirus, senior WHO figure saysThe World Health Organisation's Dr Michael Ryan said there was 'no question' that Europe is an epicentre for covid-19.

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Coronavirus stimulus update: Pelosi slams Trump over virus testingPelosi criticized the White House ahead of her latest coronavirus stimulus discussions with Steven Mnuchin and as cases hit record highs.

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News NervousI watch the news regularly. I flit between the BBC and Channel 4, as some years ago I developed a fondness for John Snows broadcasts.

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An Addictive Trading App Gets a Quarantine BoostRobinhood has become one of the Covid economy's breakout successes. Americans marooned at home binge-watched Netflix shows, went shopping on Amazon Prime, and discovered day trading on their mobile phones.

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County Durham councillor is reported to have claimed Covid-19 is 'fake virus'It has been reported that a County Durham councillor has said that Covid-19 is fake.

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Biden Claims Meadows Admitted White House 'Wasn't Even Trying' To Combat CoronavirusJoe Biden criticized White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows for comments he made about the administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak.

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As COVID-19 Cases Climb, How Safe Is It To Go Home For The Holidays?The U.S. hit its highest number of daily coronavirus cases since the pandemic began on Friday.

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Stock markets slide as Covid-19 cases riseThe Dow falls as much as 3.3% before ending down 2.3% - its sharpest decline in weeks.

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'Risky' city centre pub closes after staff test positive for Covid-19The Ebenezer Morley has closed voluntarily after the positive tests among staff.

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Our Plague Year: AfterWhy should I believe that there is a magic vaccine waiting for us, on the other side of tomorrow?

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Coronavirus Update: Daily Roundup October 26, 2020The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced the following actions taken in its ongoing response effort to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How creative use of technology may have helped save schooling during the pandemicShutterstock Neil Selwyn, Monash University It is estimated around half the world’s students’ schools remain shut down.

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Could do better: top Australian economists award the budget a cautious passWes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-ND Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University Australia’s leading economists have struggled to grade this month’s budget.

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Four more Covid-19 deaths across Royal Stoke and County hospitals as cases spikeMore than 500 people tested positive for coronavirus across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire in the last 24 hours.

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WHO officials provide updates on latest Covid-19 developmentsWorld Health Organisation officials hold a briefing on the latest developments of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus Scotland: Lanarkshire faces TIER FOUR maximum lockdownLevel four measures cannot be ruled out by the Scottish government due to the 'level of concern' in the areas, according to a leaked letter to the council umbrella organisation Cosla.

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Dow plunges more than 900 points after US hit new record high of daily coronavirus casesThe Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 900 points lower on Monday morning, or more than 3.34 percent.

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How living near the Holbeck red-light zone turned us into activists against the sex tradeThis is an edited transcript of Paula and Claire’s talk at the Experience of Prostitution webinar on Sunday 27 September 2020.

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Coronavirus UK: Student fined A£6,600 for failing to quarantineCarys Ann Ingram, 22, failed to quarantine on arrival to Jersey from Manchester, visiting a restaurant, a friend's house, and shopping, a court heard.

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El Siecos closes in further coronavirus blow to Newport nightlifeCORONAVIRUS is having an impact on Newport city centre, with another venue closing its doors.

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Trump downplays coronavirus fears as election day loomsWelcome to Martinsburg, Pennsylvania, where President Trump is due to fly in for his third rally of the day in the state.

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Europe losing control of Covid-19 transmission, world health official warnsEuropean governments are well behind in the fight against coronavirus and the continent is becoming an epicentre for the disease, a senior medic at the World Health Organisation has warned.

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Sean Maitland out of Scotland squad after Barbarians Covid-19 breachExperienced wing Sean Maitland will play not rejoin the Scotland squad for the delayed 6 Nations game against Wales at Llanelli this week after he was part of the group that broke Covid-19 protocols whilst with the Barbarians last week.

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West Yorkshire councils say 'further action' needed as coronavirus rate rises amid meeting with governmentThe leaders of West Yorkshire councils have issued a statement repeating their calls for 'further action' to be taken to combat coronavirus - amid a meeting with the government.

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IATA CEO: Will science prevent the aviation industry's crash?The airline industry has been devastated by coronavirus as airports shut down and the losses continue to soar.

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Mon. 10/26NASA's big announcement has been revealed: there is way more water on the moon than we thought.

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The latest coronavirus infection rates across Greater Manchester as two boroughs hit record-breaking numbersOldham and Wigan have recorded an infection rate of over 600 for the first time.

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Poll shows 60% of Americans would volunteer for COVID vaccine right awayThe survey, conducted after President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis, showed that only 58 per cent of Americans would get the vaccine now, compared to 69 per cent in mid-August.

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Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of lifeThe repercussions are everywhere, from reduced retail footfall to losses at train companies.

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Coronavirus UK: Nottingham among areas to 'enter Tier 3 this week'Local MPs said Nottingham City, Gedling, Broxtowe and Rushcliffe - home to around 680,000 people - will be plunged into the harshest lockdown bracket from Thursday morning.

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Two wings locked down at HMP Northumberland due to coronavirus outbreakPrisoners in two blocks are now subject to tighter restrictions after an outbreak of Covid-19 among both inmates and staff members.

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Somerset records 160 new coronavirus cases in 24 hoursNorth Somerset recorded the highest increase in cases with 49 new positive results. Bath and North East Somerset also recorded 47 new cases.

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Bristol records more than 200 new coronavirus cases in 24 hoursIn recent days the city has seen record numbers of fresh cases.

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Europe Reimposes COVID Restrictions As 2nd Surge SpreadsA spike in coronavirus cases across Europe, including a million cases in France and Spain, is forcing a growing number of countries to reimpose tough restrictions and social distancing rules.

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Seven06/02/2020 Passion. A great passion. Like a dance with a lead and a follow but both keep switching.

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They've only got 'benign cases': Jared Kushner tries to justify Mike Pence carrying on as normal when his 'body man' and chief of staff are among fiveJared Kushner reasoned Monday that Vice President Mike Pence is OK to continue traveling to campaign after potential exposure to coronavirus because his aides only have 'benign cases.'

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Oxford Covid-19 vaccine boost as it shows 'strong immune response' in elderlyThe vaccine is currently in phase three clinical trials and the fact it is able to produce a strong response in all ages is extremely promising.

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The Harrying of the North, or The Two NationsOver the past couple of weeks, I've been in the crazy situation of having my home city, my home region, involved in a stand-off with the national government which is supposed to represent us. Last Tuesday, we were given a high noon deadline to agree to what the government said or have Tier 3 restrictions imposed on us without local leaders'...

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Bradford sees significant rise in Covid-19 infection rateThe Covid-19 rate in Bradford has seen another significant week-on-week rise.

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