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Coronavirus US: Hundreds line up after NYC 'spare' vaccine hoaxReports on social media said 400+ doses were available to anyone aged 18+ at the Brooklyn Army Terminal.

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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson holds briefing with senior advisersBoris Johnson is expected to hold a briefing on the spread of Covid-19 in the UK and the national lockdown with his scientific and medical advisers Sir Patrick Vallance and Prof Chris Whitty.

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Severe COVID-19 linked to genetic make-up of both host and virus, say researchersA recent study conducted by a team of international scientists has revealed that the infectivity and pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 strongly depend on the genetic background of both the virus and the host.

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In full: Boris Johnson suspends all travel corridors due to Covid-19 variantsProfessor Wendy Barclay, head of G2P-UK National Virology Consortium, a new project set up to study the effects of emerging coronavirus mutations, said one Brazilian variant of coronavirus has been detected in the UK.

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White-tailed deer susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection, study findsA team of scientists recently demonstrated that white-tailed deer are highly susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection.

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More than 2,000,000 people have now died with Covid worldwideThe global death toll from Covid-19 has passed two million, according to a count from Johns Hopkins University.

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Nightly News: Kids EditionOn this episode of Nightly News: Kids Edition, Dr. John Torres answers viewers' weekly questions about the coronavirus.

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Nearly one in 20 Britons have now had a coronavirus vaccineBoris Johnson today revealed that nearly one in 20 people in the UK has now received a coronavirus vaccine.

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CVS and Walgreens under fire for slow pace of vaccination in nursing homesThe effort to vaccinate some of the country's most vulnerable residents against covid-19 has been slowed by a federal program that sends retail pharmacists into nursing homes — accompanied by layers of bureaucracy and logistical snafus.

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When covid deaths aren't counted, families pay the priceOn Sundays, Bishop Bruce Davis preached love. Through his Pentecostal ministry, he organized youth parades and gave computers, bicycles and food to families in need.

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Second Covid wave on course to be double size of firstPrime minister Boris Johnson warned the public not to be 'complacent' and to stay at home over the weekend.

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Vaccine passports: what are they and do they pose a danger to privacy?Race to build app for people to demonstrate Covid jab or a negative test, but rights groups worry about ‘identity checks'

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Pelosi says lawmakers may be prosecuted if they 'aided and abetted' US Capitol riotHouse speaker also announces review of US Capitol police and says ‘justice is called for'

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Boris Johnson suspends all Covid travel corridors from MondayEvery single UK travel corridor will be closed from 4am on Monday, Boris Johnson has announced.

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Boy, 4, unable to speak and could only groan after serious Covid infectionA four-year-old boy was left unable to speak and only able groan in pain after developing ‘severe’ breathing difficulties due to a Covid-linked illness.

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French Rugby Federation president Bernard Laporte insists Six Nations WILL go ahead next monthFrance's government is demanding reassurances on safety from England and Ireland over coronavirus fears before allowing its national side to visit those countries during the Six Nations.

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'It's nice to see the joy': Wiltshire town dresses up for lockdownMalmesbury community displays a riot of colourful decoration to push back against the coronavirus blues.

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UK daily Covid cases rise above 50,000 for first time this weekThe number of daily coronavirus cases has rise above 50,000 for the first time in five days, despite hopes that the outbreak is slowing in parts of the UK.

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Brazil rushes to save premature babies as Covid-19 swamps Manaus hospitalsState hopes to transfer at least 60 babies from neonatal units as air force evacuates coronavirus patients from Amazon city.

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Swarms of robotic fish can synchronize their swimming, for the first timeTwo cameras and light-emitting diode lights enable communication.

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Boy, 6, convulsed, screamed and yanked his own hair after getting deadly Covid-related diseasePhilip Morado came close to death after suffering Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome weeks after clearing Covid from his body.

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Coronavirus news live — PM to lead news conference as Sage warns UK variant is ‘growing much faster'Follow for the latest developments.

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Here's how long coronavirus immunity lastsEvidence shows that people who have contracted coronavirus have temporary immunity, but it's unclear for how long.

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Image-based deep learning haplotype-guided study maps the global adaptation of SARS-CoV-2An interesting preprint on the bioRxiv* server describes the use of deep learning with image recognition technology to trace the emergence of variants with increased viral fitness.

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

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How many waves will it take for Britain's lockdown sceptics to finally call it a day?Youd have thought the crisis would give them pause. But then, like the government, they have a hard time learning from their mistakes, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde.

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UK records a further 1,280 Covid deaths as 55,761 more test positiveThe update comes amid warnings coronavirus deaths in the second wave are likely to peak in the next week to 10 days.

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NHS crisis in charts: how Covid has increased strain on health serviceThere has been high demand for healthcare in England this winter. These charts show where the pressure points are.

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65% of English NHS trusts exceeded first wave peak for Covid patients last weekExclusive: number of Covid patients could be twice that of April 2020 peak within weeks.

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How Ireland's second wave of Covid got so bad, so fastChristmas socialising is being blamed for the country's shocking rise in infection rates, says immunologist Luke O'Neill.

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What are the SARS-CoV-2 exposure risks for workers on mink farms?A new preprint on the medRxiv* server reports on the risk of COVID-19 among workers on these farms, and in the communities living around such farms.

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Eric Garcia's January move to Barcelona is thrown into serious doubt after LaLiga outfit POSTPONE their presidential election… with candidates unlikThe club announced on Friday that their elections on January 24 will now not go ahead because of the coronavirus.

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Covid-19: Brazil virus already in UK ‘not variant of concern', scientist saysA variant that is thought to be more infectious has not been found in the UK, scientist says.

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Covid-19: Early signs of lockdown restrictions workingHospitalisations continue to rise with the R number officially estimated at 1.2-1.3.

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Covid-19: Alton Towers staff carry out coronavirus testsThe theme park, one of the most popular in the UK, is currently closed due to lockdown restrictions.

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'I cry a lot on the train home': London medics fight to save Covid patientsA consultant, nurse and physiotherapist say the pandemic is taking a huge toll on staff.

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Covid nurse 'living in fear of bailiffs' over unpaid hospital parking fineThe penalty for breaching parking rules is £70 but the nurse is facing a bill of several hundred pounds due to late payments.

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Brazil's president casts doubts on Covid vaccine as second wave hitsManaus, the capital of Brazil's largest state, Amazonas, has been put under a daily 11-hour curfew as it faces a health system breakdown with oxygen shortages and thousands of deaths.

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Northamptonshire reaching "breaking point" as NHS confirms 15 more coronavirus deathsHealth chief's warning after positive tests rise 253 per cent in a month.

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Covid-19: Spat-at Dorset police officer 'struggling' with CovidThe usually fit and healthy officer is suffering with symptoms, Dorset Police Federation says.

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Hollyoaks star Callum Kerr reveals he's tested positive for COVID-19The actor took to Instagram Stories to reveal he must self-isolate for eight days after suffering 'mild symptoms' and undergoing two coronavirus tests.

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Man charged after 'giving 92-year-old fake Covid jab and charged £160'David Chambers, 33, allegedly knocked on the pensioner’s door on December 30 offering her an injection if she paid him.

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More than 3 million Covid vaccines administered in England in three weeksMore than 3 million people in England were vaccinated against coronavirus in less than a month, new figures show.

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39 brilliant independent wine delivery services in LondonRy January didn't stand a chance. With a third lockdown stretching onwards - and the pubs facing the prospect of closure until May - sorting the home bar has rarely felt so necessary.

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Supermarket workers deserve more than A£10 an hourAfter spending months dealing with panic buyers, abusive customers, and one-way systems, a small hourly bonus doesn't feel like enough.

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Germany passes two million coronavirus infectionsThe latest daily rise of 22,368 cases made Germany the sixth country in Europe to pass two million cases after Britain, France, Italy, Spain and Russia.

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New antiviral repurposing study finds peptides that could prevent SARS-CoV-2-ACE2 bindingA new study appearing in the journal PLOSOne on January 8, 2021, reports the identification of several new peptides from an already existing drug bank that could be used to inhibit this binding, since they have high specificity and affinity of binding for the ACE2 receptor.

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Covid toe and covid tongue: Lesser-known symptoms that could be linked to coronavirusThere are still only three officially recognised symptoms - fever, cough and change in taste or sense of smell.

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COVID-19: Wales enforces stricter rules for supermarkets to curb spread of new variantRetailers will now have to offer sanitisers for hands and trolleys, as well as limit the numbers of people inside stores.

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What is Covid tongue and is a sore tongue a symptom of coronavirus?With the loss of taste or smell being a symptom, one theory that has popped up is that having a sore or discoloured tongue could be a symptom of coronavirus.

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Celebrity fab abs: who's top of the lockdown dance fitness classes?Whether its dancing with Oti Mabuse or hopping with Marcus Rashford, our reporter has the numbers and abs to find out who is Joe Wickss biggest rival.

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Milan opens 1st fashion week with no VIP guests due to virus reality Italy Coronavirus Milan APItaly's fashion chamber is opening the first Milan Fashion Week that won't have VIPS populating runway front rows.

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German Covid vaccine officials play name game to comply with data privacy lawsAuthorities in Lower Saxony accused of overzealous interpretation of data privacy laws.

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Most of us are sticking to the lockdown rules, so why do we blame one another?Fixating on the actions of a handful of covidiots will only undermine compliance among the population as a whole, says psychologist Stephen Reicher.

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Biden reveals plan to tackle US Covid-19 pandemicThe US president-elect says the nationwide vaccine rollout so far has been a 'dismal failure'.

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Coronavirus restrictions set to remain 'well into the year' despite vaccineMark Drakeford said rules on social distancing and hand washing will not be dropped quickly.

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UK's Covid-19 R number estimated at 1.2-1.3… but falls in LondonIn London, however, the virus reproduction rate has fallen to between 0.9 and 1.2.

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Covid insurance ruling: the business owners who will now get paidThe supreme court has ruled insurers must pay out on business interruption policies for the pandemic.

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Leeds Group Swings To Interim Profit Amid Covid-19 RestrictionsAlliance News) - Leeds Group PLC on Friday said Covid-19 restrictions in Germany have hurt its earnings in the second half of financial 2020 but has seen the effect of prior year cost cutting measures on its performance.

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'Vaccine Tourism' Stirs Anger As Coronavirus Cases SurgeIn the last two weeks, more than half the states have seen COVID-19 deaths surge by more than 20 percent.

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Coronavirus: Eight more deaths confirmed in Dorset hospitalsEIGHT more people have died with coronavirus in Dorset hospitals, latest figures have confirmed.

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Science journals to offer select authors open-access publishing for freeAAAS, which publishes the Science family of journals, announced today that it will offer its authors a free way to comply with a mandate issued by some funders that publications resulting from research they fund be immediately free to read.

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Coronavirus update: Positive sign as cases drop across AberdeenshireWhile good news for the north-east, other areas of Scotland saw an upturn again in case numbers.

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Coronavirus R number slightly decreases for Surrey and South East for second week but remains above 1The Government Office for Science and the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies has published the latest figures.

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Which shops and pharmacies are offering the Covid vaccine?Boots and Asda are two of the stores enlisted to help administer Covid vaccines.

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Rio's hidden trail reveals breathtaking views and economic hopeIn Rio de Janeiro, tourism has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, but neighbourhood guides are showing locals and tourists a new side to the city.

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Coronavirus outbreak hits Hollyoaks as cast member Callum Kerr tests positiveThe Hollyoaks set is at risk of a coronavirus outbreak after cast member Callum Kerr tested positive for Covid-19.

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4000I've done a blog in the past where I talked about how amazed I was about the number of people dying from Covid-19, but this number is really hard to wrap my brain around.

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Live Leeds coronavirus news as Boris Johnson to hold coronavirus press conferenceThe PM will be joined by England's chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty and chief scientific officer Sir Patrick Vallance.

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Western Australia will reopen to Victoria from midnight on MondayWestern Australia has decided to let Victorians back across the border following nine days of no local coronavirus spread - but only with strict conditions.

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New Covid outbreak at third UK immigration removal centreConfirmed cases at Harmondsworth, near Heathrow, prompt call to release all detained asylum seekers.

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Coronavirus Northern Ireland: 26 further Covid-19 related deaths recorded by DoHFriday's dashboard update reports a further 1,052 positive cases of the virus, bringing the total number of positive cases to 93,834 since the start of the pandemic.

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Pandemic Chronicles #16: "May you live in interesting times"Many years ago, when I was easily inspired by catchy phrases, the expression may you live in interesting times first sounded waaaay cool to me.

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Covid-19: Student union calls for help over private rentThe National Union of Students said it was "simply unacceptable" that there is no financial support for students and landlords.

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Trump saw the economy was his ticket to a second termJoe Biden inherits dual crises but few people a year ago would have put much money on him becoming president.

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How could Covid-19 change the on-trade's legal landscape?In previous years it has been customary for our first article of the new year to look forward to the year come, and make observations about possible legal changes for the hospitality industry in the coming months.

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Worker's Correspondence: Covid Nurse Expresses Need to OrganizeWhen the pandemic first started, we begged for specialty pay or hazard pay.... They refused.

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President-Elect Biden Releases $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief PlanOvernight, President-elect Biden outlined his massive, nearly $2 trillion rescue package to combat the coronavirus, improve the vaccine rollout and rescue the economy.

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The pandemic has changed my perspective. Will I go back to the old me?With enforced distance from certain faces and rituals, I can see clearly: I am different now.

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Coronavirus Brazil: Hospitals run out of oxygen as super strain hitsHealthcare services have 'collapsed' in the city of Manaus, where hundreds of patients are being airlifted to neighbouring states while others are evicted from their beds to make way.

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UK population 'might have shrunk by 1.3million' amid pandemicThe UK population may have shrunk by 1.3million amid the coronavirus pandemic - a fall which would be the largest recorded since the Second World War.

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Grant Shapps warns over-50s to think twice before booking summer breakGrant Shapps today suggested over-50s should think twice before booking a summer holiday despite rising optimism prompted by the roll-out of coronavirus vaccines.

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Transport Secretary is 'last person' you should ask for travel adviceGrant Shapps made the comment when asked if it was wise for pensioners who have had a coronavirus vaccine to book summer holidays.

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Shadow of doubt': Galvez accused of contradicting himself on vaccine pricesAdChoiceTV News — Sen. Ping Lacson on Friday sounded the alarm over the vaccine czar making contravening statements on the prices of the COVID-19 jabs being acquired by the government amid fears that the country is purchasing less effective vaccines at a higher cost.

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Can cloth masks protect healthcare professionals from SARS-CoV-2?Given the global scarcity of surgical masks, a recent review study examines this issue - dealing with the potential use of cloth masks in healthcare scenarios.

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Coronavirus: UK to vaccine all over-50s by March-end, London to receive more jabs, government bans travellers from South America, PortugalThe current ramp-up of the COVID-19 vaccination programme in the UK may see all over-50s receive the first dose by the end of March.

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Covid-19: University of Exeter virtual protests over 'lost' student experienceImage captionBella Enoizi's petition calling for 'academic mitigation' has reached nearly 20,000 signatures.

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The highest and lowest weekly coronavirus rates in SussexAN INTERACTIVE map shows the Sussex districts with the highest and lowest weekly coronavirus rates, according to the latest complete Public Health England figures.

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Now we have the coronavirus vaccine, how soon can we get back to normal life?The government has ordered sufficient doses to inoculate the entire population of the UK against Covid-19 but we are in for a long haul.

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Pfizer to temporarily reduce Covid vaccine deliveries to EuropePfizer will temporarily reduce the number of doses of its coronavirus vaccine being delivered to Europe, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

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Hospital oxygen supply problems to be investigated by safety watchdogSheer numbers of Covid-19 patients is putting strain on hospital piping systems.

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Covid-19: Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital requests military helpWith one in six workers off sick, a Norfolk hospital asks the military and the council for help.

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Study reports promising new monoclonal antibody against SARS-CoV-2's spike proteinAn encouraging new study describes a promising new therapeutic antibody that shows potent neutralizing activity against SARS-CoV-2, the causative agent of COVID-19.

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As We Suspend In-Person WorshipBecause of rapidly rising COVID numbers in our community, our congregation made the difficult decision to suspend in-person worship services for the next four Sundays.

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Marianne Faithfull may never sing again after getting Covid-19Marianne Faithfull has addressed the after-effects of Covid-19, after she was hospitalised for three weeks.

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Exclusive: Half of London's hospital patients have covid-19There are now more patients who have confirmed covid-19 in London's acute hospitals as those who do not, after the need to treat people with the virus displaced thousands of other patients.

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One of two Brazil coronavirus variants is already in UK, expert saysThere are two different types of Brazilian variants and one of them has been detected and one of them has not,' says Professor Wendy Barclay.

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More Council Grants Available For Covid Impacted BusinessesSubsequent to  the Chancellor’s announcement at the start of this latest lockdown, a new one-off grant is now available to businesses that have been asked to close in line with the new national restrictions which came into place on 5 January 2021.

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Two police officers test positive for coronavirus after being SPAT on in 'disgusting' attacks by people 'using Covid as a weapon'Boris Johnson hails vaccine figures amid hope UK is finally turning the tide on Covid - but warns Britons they must 'stay at home this weekend' as he faces calls to DOUBLE jabs target to 30million to ease lockdown by mid-February.

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Boris Johnson to hold Covid press conference at 5pm todayHe will be joined by the Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Partick Vallance and Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty.

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Coronavirus infection rates, cases and deaths for all parts of Wales on Friday, January 15There have been 54 more deaths in Wales and another 13,402 people have been vaccinated for coronavirus.

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Lockdown or Reopen: Where Are the Politics?As we reflect on 10 months of Covid-19’s impact on students and higher education, we must continue to stake out an independent political position against the false choice between reopening schools in dangerous conditions or distance learning, which has failed students who lack the resources necessary to succeed remotely.

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How Half of SARS Cases Spread from the Super Spreader Dr Liu in Metropole Hotel, Hong Kong in 2003The number of infections from the deadly coronavirus continues to grow to more than 64,000 cases around the world.

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Wiltshire Community Foundation relaunches Coronavirus Response FundVOLUNTARY groups and charities are springing into action to support families and individuals in lockdown three as Wiltshire Community Foundation relaunches its Coronavirus Response Fund.

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Many scientists citing two scandalous COVID-19 papers ignore their retractionsGlobally discredited hospital data from the company Surgisphere continues to live as reliable evidence—even in leading journals.

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Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in EnglandBarking and Dagenham in London continues to have the highest rate in England, with 3,013 new cases recorded in the seven days to January 10 - the equivalent of 1,415.2 cases per 100,000 people.

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Science Policy Around the Web January 15, 2021Tech and health giants come together to make SMART health cards for digital vaccine IDs.

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All Hart: How a Hampshire wildlife charity is trying to survive coronavirusFor Hart Wildlife Rescue, survival has relied almost solely on donations, but the full impact of the pandemic won't be known for some time.

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PANDEMIC  Covid-19 pokes the final hole in leaky long-term care boatNURSING HOMES struggled long before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Canada. Now, during the second wave, many front-line clinicians say our long-term care system has all but collapsed.

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5 Things to do During COVID QuarantineAs so many of you have done, Ive tried to be intentional with my time during quarantine.

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Latest coronavirus figures for North Wales show region is still reporting high numbersALMOST 450 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales today.

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54 deaths and 1,808 coronavirus casesTHERE have been 54 newly reported deaths and 1,808 newly confirmed coronavirus cases according to Public Health Wales.

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Live coronavirus updates as First Minister Mark Drakeford sets out new laws supermarkets and workplaces have to obeyFirst Minister Mark Drakeford has set out new laws that supermarkets, shops and workplaces must now adhere to in the fight against coronavirus, the Welsh Government has announced.

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Scottish Government announces 61 new coronavirus deaths and 2,160 cases1,860 people are in hospital being treated for the deadly virus, up 31 overnight.

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Find out how busy your hospital is as critical care units fill upNHS figures show critical care units are 40% fuller this year compared to the second week of January last year.

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This is where and when you can get a rapid coronavirus test in Oldham from MondayThe tests aim to identify people with the virus who haven't got symptoms.

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Covid-19: Rest days cancelled as police hit by virusAvon and Somerset Police currently has 82 officers off work after testing positive for coronavirus.

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NATIONAL PULSE  Most say close borders to keep sun-seekers homeNew data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds a majority in this country would close the border to quell discretionary travel.

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Indian scientists divided over restricted use approval for CovaxinWhile some scientists have raised concerns about granting restricted use approval to Covaxin even in the absence of efficacy data, four-dozen scientists have in a statement slammed them saying “reprehensible utterances are causing huge credibility crisis for the Indian scientific community”.

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Coronavirus China: Pupils wear full-body protective suits while leaving school amid Covid outbreakThe students in Hebei Province, the country's new coronavirus epicentre, reportedly had to cover themselves from head to toe while being sent back home following a city-wide lockdown order.

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Scots lawyer gets Covid-19 after visiting cop station as Bar advises members to boycott unsafe interview roomsThe Glasgow Bar Association have raised their concerns with Chief Constable Iain Livingstone and continue to advise their members not to participate in interviews at stations if they do not feel safe.

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Vaccine ‘escalation' for London as capital's low jab share confirmedLondon has been promised a "very significant escalation" in the availability of Covid jabs after figures showed London was falling behind in the vaccine race.

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Coronavirus: West Norfolk case numbers beginning to fall, figures showHealth officials have suggested the lockdown is starting to slow the spread, but we must still follow the rules.

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Fall of nearly a quarter in new coronavirus cases, study revealsNew coronavirus cases have dropped 23 per cent in a week, according to one of the UK studies tracking the outbreak, with the R value now 0.9.There are now 53,528 daily new symptomatic cases of.

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EasyJet cancels all holidays until March as lockdown travel rules continueThe travel firm said it is cancelling trips booked up to and including March 24, and is in the process of contacting affected passengers, according to the Mirror.

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Brazil Covid variant has been found in UKThe scientist, who is leading a new project set up to study the effects of emerging Covid mutations, added: "In the databases, if you search the sequences, you will see that there is some some evidence for variants from around the world and, I believe, including the Brazilian one, which probably was introduced some time ago."

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How 2020 Changed MeFirstly, I’d like to wish a Happy New Year to my followers and anyone else who might be visiting this site.

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UK Covid live: Brazilian variant detected in Britain; PM's plans for school testing in disarrayLatest updates: scientist says one of two Brazilian variants found in UK; regulator refuses permission for rapid tests to be used in schools.

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Spike in admissions puts London hospitals under more strainLondon hospitals were under increasing strain on Friday as a spike in admissions resulted in a number of trusts having more than half of their beds occupied by Covid patients.

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How to care for people with Covid at homeAs coronavirus cases rise across the UK, here are steps to take if someone falls ill in your household.

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UK Abuse Victims Are Given 'Ani' Code WordPeople in danger of domestic abuse during the coronavirus lockdown will be able to ask for help discreetly by giving a code word to pharmacists, under a UK wide scheme launched by ministers.

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Photographs for WritingSummer sailboats on Lake Macbride Thursday was a day to organize photographs. I copied the remaining digital photographs from a storage drive to my desktop and began reviewing and labeling dozens of envelopes of printed photographs.

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Coronavirus: Student nurses 'at risk' without insurance on placementGovernment has introduced scheme for third year students, but others still left unprotected.

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'Mega-star' Mary gets the coronavirus vaccineNow she's had her coronavirus vaccine and of course the 82-year-old feels "wonderful" about it.

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Intensive care nurse issues plea amid the ongoing coronavirus crisisHayley Samantha, from London, took to Facebook to share the heartfelt message, in which the 26-year-old urged the public to take the restrictions seriously, alongside a series of photos.

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COVID-19: How does the Oxford-AstraZeneca viral vector vaccine work?Viral vector vaccines use a harmless virus to deliver genetic code to our cells, which make a pathogen's protein, letting the body develop immunity to new infections.

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Grant Shapps details South American and Portugal travel ban to UKTransport Secretary Grant Shapps has insisted the ban on travellers from South America and Portugal is needed to help with Covid vaccine measures in the UK.

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Bob Iger and Willow Bay Donating $5 Million to Los Angeles Small BusinessesWalt Disney Company executive chairman Bob Iger and his wife Willow Bay are donating $5 million to help Los Angeles small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Maggie's Run UpdateIt is the 15th January and Britain is in the depths of an ever-deepening lockdown which sees us permitted to one session of exercise outside the home per day.

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Our royal team on The Queen's coronavirus vaccination and Prince Charles' Earth charterChris and Lizzie discuss The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's coronavirus Palace shared the news after much speculation as to when Her Majesty would receive the jab despite being in the second highest priority group to get the vaccine.

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Poldark Season 5 a€“ Expensive FanfictionBut I’m not here to complain about the general state of... terribleness with the world today ; but rather to offer some brief escape from thinking about it.

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Brazilian Covid variant detected in the UK, says virologistProfessor Barclay, the head of the G2P-UK National Virology Consortium – said one of two variants found in the South American country was probably introduced ‘some time ago’.

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London hospitals 'sending seriously ill Covid patients to Newcastle'Seriously ill Covid patients are being moved from London hospitals to intensive care units 300 miles away in Newcastle, it has been revealed.

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Covid-19: Nisra records highest ever weekly deathsStatistics agency Nisra says 145 deaths were registered last week, bringing its pandemic total to 1,976.

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Exclusive: International COVID-19 vaccine poll shows higher mistrust of Russia, China shotsPeople across the world are generally likely to say yes to getting a COVID-19 vaccine, but would be more distrustful of shots made in China or Russia than those developed in Germany or the United States, an international poll showed on Friday.

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Marianne Faithfull says she may never sing again after catching Covid-19The 74-year-old musician and former muse of Sir Mick Jagger spent three weeks in a London hospital last April being treated for coronavirus symptoms.

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Another fixture postponed due to coronavirus after positive tests at WycombeThe Chairboys' trip to QPR this weekend will not take place.

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Coronavirus: Downham school closes to all pupils after staff member's positive testOfficials say the affected staff member had not been showing symptoms of the infection.

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Coronavirus in Calderdale  useful informationThe OMI and Friday Flyer team have put together some helpful suggestions and a list of advice outlining the current coronavirus situation in Calderdale.

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Coronavirus infection rates for all 37 Leicester neighbourhoods with rises recorded in over three quarters of cityThe statistics relate to the week up to January 8 and show there was a rise in infection rates in 29 of the city's 37 neighbourhoods with a drop in seven and the rate remaining the same in one compared to the week before.

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Coronavirus in Calderdale  useful informationThe OMI and Friday Flyer team have put together some helpful suggestions and a list of advice outlining the current coronavirus situation in Calderdale.

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Man coughed in face of police officer when asked if he had CovidA man who coughed in the face of a police officer after being asked if he had Covid-19 symptoms has been jailed for 11 months.

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Care Inspectorate visits two West Lothian nurseries for Covid-19 inspectionsLittle Owls nursery was rated as adequate and Rainbow Nursery was graded as good by the Inspectorate.

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Championship: QPR v Wycombe postponed after Chairboys report positive Covid-19 testsSaturday's game between QPR and Wycombe Wanderers is postponed after the visitors reported positive Covid-19 tests.

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Radical new TfL plans reveal £5.50 driver charges and new Tube zonesOther proposals to solve cash crisis include cutting bus services, increasing fares and delaying the reopening of the Night Tube.

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Jan. 14 Coronavirus updates: China reports first coronavirus death since MayJanuary 14 news on the coronavirus pandemic. China recorded its first coronavirus-related death since May, according to the country's National Health Commission.

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Temporary Covid-19 testing centre opens for bookings to cope with recent spike in casesProvided by the Scottish government and staffed by the ambulance services it will be available at the Gilbertson Park games hall in Lerwick from today.

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Coronavirus: Northern Ireland records highest daily number of deaths as CMOs in cross border stay-at-home pleaNorthern Ireland has reached another dark milestone on the coronavirus pandemic with the announcement that another 26 people have died.

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Boost for businesses in coronavirus insurance court action winThe Supreme Court has substantially allowed the appeal brought by the regulator over Covid-related business interruption insurance.

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Covid infections may have peaked in parts of England, experts sayInfection rates appear to be levelling off in Midlands and falling in London and south-east.

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Geography is destiny: Dentists' access to Covid shots depends on where they liveDr. Monte Junker, an Oregon dentist, is waiting for his turn to get vaccinated for Covid even though he considers himself a front-line health worker.

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5 reasons to wear a mask even after you're vaccinatedAs an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a covid vaccine.

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Nearly 400,000 small firms to get payouts for Covid lockdown lossesThe Financial Conduct Authority brought legal action after some insurers claimed their policies did not cover the pandemic.

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How long does vaccine immunity to Covid really last?How long does immunity to Covid-19 last after you've been infected or received the vaccine?

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Brazil Covid strain is ‘not yet in UK' as travel ban beginsA new infectious coronavirus variant found in Brazil has not yet reached the UK, the Transport Secretary has said.

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Warrington's latest COVID-19 hot spots revealed as new cases show downward trendLATEST weekly data on Warrington's COVID-19 hot spots has presented a mixed picture, while new cases have shown a downward trend in the latest daily data from Public Health England.

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COVID-19: Supreme Court backs small firms over business interruption insurance claimsInsurers are being urged to pay up without delay after judges dismiss the industry's arguments over the disputed claims.

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Coronavirus West Berkshire: Confirmed cases as of January 14The number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in West Berkshire now stands at 4,449 - an increase of 67 in the past 24 hours.

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Dorset residents thanked for making 'huge sacrifices' and urged 'help stop the spread' of coronavirusSENIOR council and police figures in Dorset have come to urge residents to ‘keep up the good work' and ‘help stop the spread' of coronavirus.

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The coming of the vaccinesMy mum and dad, both aged 75, have just been called to go for the first dose of their vaccinations at the local walk-in centre tomorrow. Such a relief!

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108-year-old Mary Owen receives Covid-19 vaccineA 108-YEAR-OLD woman who lived through the Spanish Flu Pandemic received her Covid-19 vaccine yesterday in Abbeyrose Court Care Home.

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New online reporting tool launched to help keep Surrey safeSurrey County Council has launched a reporting tool for residents to raise their concerns about businesses or venues in Surrey that are not following the Government’s COVID-19 restrictions, in a further step to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Housing supply figures recovered after first coronavirus lockdown, data showsHousebuilding in England increased by 111% in the months following the first nationwide lockdown in 2020.

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Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 1-15-2021This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots... Just the facts... for January 15th, 2021.

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Its like a musical Black Mirror about The Social Dilemma  Forristal and Clarke on their new verbatim musical Public DomainLive streaming from Southwark Playhouse this weekend, Robert Wallace chats to Forristal and Clarke about their new online musical, Public Domain.

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Capital's R rate ‘now below 1' as third of Londoners ‘have had Covid'The R rate has dropped below one in London in a sign that the lockdown is beginning to have an effect, according to new research.

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Kenya Covid-19: Has the pandemic led to an increase in FGM?There are concerns that the Covid-19 pandemic has created the environment for a rise in FGM cases in Kenya.

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live: UK bans South America travel over new variant, businesses push Sunak for more supportFollow for the latest developments.

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Wales Covid-19 Evidence Centre to 'shape' response to pandemicThe new centre will be expected to 'provide a Welsh-specific programme of research' on Covid-19.

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Police give out 66 times more fines in crackdown on Covid rulebreakersMetropolitan Police Service deputy commissioner Sir Steve House said more rule breakers have been penalised in the past few weeks.

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The Hunt for Disease XAs human activity ventures further into the wilderness, scientists believe more diseases will emerge. CNN Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley takes Sanjay on a journey deep into the rainforests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where the hunt for the next pandemic pathogen continues.

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

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Joe Biden unveils $1.9 trillion coronavirus plan to combat pandemicJoe Biden has unveiled a $1.9 trillion coronavirus plan aimed at urgently combating the pandemic in the US and the economic crisis it has triggered.

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

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Chelsea ban celebrations in training to aid fight against coronavirusFrank Lampard will ban celebrations in training after Premier League clubs were instructed to reduce physical contact between team-mates.

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Coronavirus: Food producers 'hidden heroes' of pandemicDefra secretary George Eustice has thanked British farmers who are working hard to produce food during the coronavirus pandemic.

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COVID-19: Rio Ferdinand nets board role at lockdown-hit Gym GroupThe company says it hopes the appointment will raise its profile as it looks to battle back against COVID disruption.

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Latest coronavirus infection rate in Scarborough as more than 100 new cases recordedMore than 100 new cases have been added to Scarborough's coronavirus figures in the last 48 hours.

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UK coronavirus LIVE: London ‘past Covid peak' as all over-50s to get vaccine ‘by end of March'London has passed the peak of the second coronavirus wave, new figures suggest, but the capital is far from being out of the woods.

Evening Standard Shared .

London Covid cases fall in 22 boroughs but infections still ‘extremely high'The capital's second wave appears to have peaked on January 4, but there are still ‘more difficult weeks ahead'

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People arriving in Wales from abroad will have mandatory coronavirus testAnyone travelling into Wales from abroad will have to take a test 72 hours before departure.

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Coronavirus Scotland update LIVE: Lockdown news as rules set to change tomorrowScottish Government figures showed that hospital admissions are currently higher than they were during the first peak in 2020.

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CoronavirusBoris Johnson warned his leadership could be at risk unless he has plan to end lockdown restrictions.

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Coronavirus in London: 1,300-body mortuary opensThe overflow mortuary in Ruislip was built to relieve pressure on hospital morgues in London.

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'We have to act now': Joe Biden presents $1.9tn coronavirus relief packageJoe Biden, the US president-elect, has unveiled a $1.9tn coronavirus stimulus package to tackle the virus and the economic crisis it has triggered.

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Joe Biden presents $1.9tn coronavirus relief package: 'We have to act now'Joe Biden, the US president-elect, has unveiled a $1.9tn coronavirus stimulus package to tackle the pandemic and the economic crisis it has triggered.

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New mandatory Coronavirus testing for travellers into Wales to be introducedPASSENGERS arriving into Wales from all international destinations will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result before departing to help protect against new strains of coronavirus circulating internationally, Health Minister, Vaughan Gething has confirmed.

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The latest number of Warrington people to test positive for coronavirusTHE number of new coronavirus cases in Warrington is stablising.

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Friday's SmilesWere two weeks into 2021, so I guess it is time to toss out some COVID-19 related humor.

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WHO team arrives in Wuhan to investigate pandemic originsA global team of researchers arrived Thursday in the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic was first detected to conduct a politically sensitive investigation into its origins amid uncertainty about whether Beijing might try to prevent embarrassing discoveries.

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Presents. Breach 14. 14th JanuaryIn amongst our Christmas presents this year we got a lot of books. Most were canal orientated along with Nigella Lawson's latest cookery book , a book on bike rides and one on teaching your dog the classics somehow sneaked in there.

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China vaccine maker Sinopharm says chairman and a director resignedSinopharm, a state-owned giant behind China's coronavirus vaccine development, announced its chairman left the board as of Tuesday.

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London Covid patients ‘sent hundreds of miles away for treatment'No one would consider doing this unless the situation was exceptionally bad'

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X-ray reveals Covid lungs 'look worse than those of terrible smoker'Dr Brittany Bankhead-Kendall, an assistant professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, has shared pictures of X-rays side-by-side to show the contrast.

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Government 'confident' all over-50s will get Covid vaccine by MarchIt comes as the mass rollout is expected to be doubled in pace next week and figures show more than three million people have already received the jab.

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Coronavirus in Cumbria round-up: Friday, January 15Cases across the county still remain high, with one areas infection rate exceeding 1,000 cases per 100,000 people.

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COVID-19 reduced U.S. life expectancy, particularly among minoritiesJan. 14 - The COVID-19 pandemic reduced life expectancy in the United States in 2020 by more than a year, from roughly 78.5 years to 77.5 years, an analysis published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found.

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COVID-19 vaccination drive: These people should not get the jab. Full listNearly three lakh healthcare workers across 3,006 sites in the country will receive COVID-19 jab on Saturday.

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'A huge well done': More than 12,000 Fifers vaccinated against coronavirusMore than 12,000 Fifers have received coronavirus jabs in the first stage of a mammoth vaccination programme across the region.

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UK economy shrank by 2.6% in November after second lockdown in EnglandThe UK economy shrank by 2.6% month-on-month after England was placed in lockdown for a second time, according to official figures.

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COVID-19: Joe Biden unveils $1.9trn plan to help US fight coronavirusMr Biden promises to take the pandemic more seriously than his predecessor President Donald Trump.

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COVID-19: 'Don't let a coffee cost a life', warns new government advert"COVID takes the train too" is another potential slogan set to be unveiled as ministers try to get people to stay at home.

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R rate 'below one in parts of England' despite soaring Covid deathsScientists have estimated the UK's R rate has dipped below one in some parts of England, ushering hope that restrictions might be working.

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Feel out of practice talking to people in person? You're not aloneIf you've been finding in-person socialisation more challenging since the first lockdown, you're not the only one.

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Perth factory workers building Covid testing kit test positive for coronavirusA Perth factory which has been a key player in the global fight against coronavirus has been hit by its own outbreak.

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Coronavirus morning headlines as stricter supermarket rules to be announcedWelsh Government has been meeting with retailers looking at ways to protect supermarket staff and customers.

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Covid-19: Genetic changes that may have enabled SARS-CoV-2 to leap from bats to humans uncoveredNow a new study, involving the University of Cambridge and led by the Pirbright Institute, has identified key genetic changes in SARS-CoV-2 - centred around its spike protein - that could have enabled this jump.

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What Tories fear about Marcus Rashford: he's made the case for decent welfareIt's not just about free school meals. The poverty campaigner has shown that our entire benefits system is inadequate, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff.

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Uncommon list of coronavirus symptoms that are affecting peopleThere are more than the three main symptoms to be wary of.

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Coronavirus latest news:A One type of Brazil variant detected in UKOne of the Brazilian variants has been detected in the UK, a leading scientist has said.

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Covid: 907 new Dorset coronavirus cases recordedMORE than 900 cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Dorset in the latest update from the government.

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Corona is not the only crisisAfter the Moria fire in September 2020 media coverage suddenly focused on the appalling conditions in the refugee camp.

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Raith Rovers will have to forfeit Inverness match over Covid-19 outbreak unless SPFL grant postponementRaith Rovers will have to forfeit Saturday's match against Inverness Caley Thistle unless the SPFL grant them a postponement after an ‘outbreak' of Covid-19 left them without enough players to make up a team.

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Alton Towers staff to carry out coronavirus testingThe theme park, one of the most popular in the UK, is currently closed due to lockdown restrictions.

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Oxford Covid-19 vaccine Q&A: How effective is it, and how is it different to the Pfizer vaccine?The roll out of the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine has begun in the UK - here is everything we know so far.

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Covid-19: Matt Hancock promises Suffolk mass vaccination hubThe health secretary says vaccination figures for the East "will catch up" with other areas of England.

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Snooker star Murphy slams ‘idiot' footballers over Covid rule-breakingFormer snooker world champion Shaun Murphy has accused footballers of "earning too much too care" with the ongoing flouting of rules around the coronavirus.

Evening Standard Shared .

Google EveryoneGoogle everyone you see who is in power and you will be 10 times smarter than you were the day before.

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Covid-19: Ministers to meet large stores to discuss non-essential tradingIt comes after criticism that large retailers are selling non-essential items during lockdown.

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Covid: Fake news 'causing UK South Asians to reject jab'The NHS fears some communities are being targeted with misinformation, a leading doctor says.

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The $2,000 stimulus cheques alone won't workOnly Joe Bidens $2tn infrastructure plan can create the long-term demand the US economy so badly needs.

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GUIDE: Where To Get a Covid-19 Swab Test in Malaysia, and If You Are Tested PositiveAn Important Covid-19 Public Service Announcement. CPRC Kebangsaan State Telephone Numbers Tung Shin Hospital Swab Test - photo by Robert Chaen Covid-19 drive-through screening area at KPJ Ampang Puteri — Photo by Hari Anggara NOTICE : Government Hospitals, General Hospitals and Government Clinics no longer accept swab&.

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UK coronavirus R rate falls slightlyThe change in R rate comes after Public Health England released data on Wednesday showing infection rates had fallen in most regions of England across all age groups apart from the over-80s.

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Joe Biden to unveil 1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus planPresident-elect Joe Biden is to unveil a 1.9 trillion dollar coronavirus plan in a bid to turn the tide on the pandemic.

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Males are more likely to test positive for COVID-19, indicates studyMales are more likely to test positive for COVID-19, more likely to have complications and more likely to die from the virus than females, independent of age, according to a new study published this week in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Farhaan Vahidy of Houston Methodist Research Institute, US, and colleagues.

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Rising redundancies prompt drive to access final salary pensionsThe latest figures from the Office for National Statistics paint a grim picture of the labour market, with redundancies reaching a record level of 370,000 between August and October last year.

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Sussex frontline nurse loses husband to Covid-19 within weeksTHE son of a frontline Covid-19 nurse has urged people to follow the lockdown rules after his mum lost her husband to the virus within two weeks.

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Everything we know about Brazilian coronavirus variantPrime Minister Boris Johnson said he is 'very concerned' about the new variant.

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Coronavirus ratesThe drop in many parts suggests the lockdown measures are working.

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'It's not a bad flu season'News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.

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COVID-19: Pleas for more support ahead of Sunak's BudgetThe Northern Research Group and the British Chambers of Commerce both say that current support should be extended.

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Plague diaries, Day 306Thursday night. New lockdown hobby: trying to get my coworkers used to saying Happy Thors Day. Itll be pretty funny if I actually manage to get a new meme up and running...

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26 more coronavirus-related deaths recorded in NITwenty-six more people who tested positive for coronavirus in Northern Ireland have died, according to the Department of Health - 21 of them in the last 24-hour reporting period.

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My experience with the COVID vaccine  Moderna 1Disclaimer: this is my personal experience with the vaccine, you are not me, genetically, so your results may vary.

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Investigation launched into Covid-19 spike in Leicester neighbourhoodWith rates rising across the whole city, officials have noticed this area standing out.

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More than 1,000 coronavirus and related deaths in GwentCORONAVIRUS and related deaths in Gwent have topped 1,000, according to the Office for National Statistics, with the area among the two worst hit by the virus in Wales, according to the organisation.

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Latest Covid-19 Numbers for LitchfieldDoug Nicoll, Health Officer Here is the latest COVID information for Litchfield. The COVID numbers in Litchfield since my last report on December 30th continue to remain consistent.

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