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UK coronavirus live: 6% of people in England may have had Covid, study finds3.4 million infections figure from Imperial College London is far higher than previous estimates.

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Victoria may tighten regional restrictions after 'worrying' rise in Covid-19 cases traced to MelbourneVictorian premier Daniel Andrews announces new testing sites in Bendigo, Ballarat and Geelong - all major commuter hubs to Melbourne.

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Victoria takes control of three more aged care homes as 278 new Covid cases recordedPremier Daniel Andrews reports eight more deaths and the lowest number of new coronavirus cases for more than two weeks.

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Coronavirus live news: India sees record daily case rise as global deaths near 750,000Ninth case confirmed in student at New Zealand school; Russia vaccine not yet completed its final trials; global deaths climb towards 750,000.

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Coronavirus Australia live update: Victoria records 278 Covid cases and eight deaths as one death and 12 cases recorded in NSWNSW authorities are concerned about a number of Covid-19 cases in the past six weeks where the source was unknown.

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'Staycation': should we remain in the country or just stay home?The word has long been ambivalent on this matter. For Time Out New York in 2006, a staycation meant staying in New York City; for this newspaper in 2013 it meant not venturing out of the country; but for the Washington Post in 2005, it definitely meant staying at home and enjoying such creature comforts as "300-thread-count sheets, stainless...

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Was this just an easyJet ploy to get out of paying a refund?It suggested that I cancel my upcoming flight in the light of travel restrictions and accept vouchers.

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Forget doom-laden headlines, the dollar has not gone into terminal declineToo much is being read into the greenback's recent weakening against the euro.

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Holidaymakers fear removal of France from English safe travel listAn announcement on whether France will be stripped of its quarantine exemption status is expected on Thursday, with one industry figure telling the Guardian that he would be "staggered" if it was not taken off the list.

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'Here we go again': Auckland fears a long lockdown as coronavirus returnsShops start stockpiling and charities helping with financial hardship expect flood of calls as PM warns outbreak will get worse.

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Chaotic and incoherent: Damning study of over 500 U.S. campus COVID-19 reopening plansNow, a new study by researchers at California Institute of Technology and Johns Hopkins University and published on the preprint server medRxiv* in August 2020 shows that poorly planned and inadequate testing approaches to mitigate viral spread among the returning university students are likely to result in epidemics that will plague the country...

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern warns Covid-19 cluster will 'grow before it slows'Arden sounds warning as New Zealand's largest city goes into lockdown amid new reports of coronavirus.

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Up to 6% of England's population may have had Covid, study suggestsImperial College antibody home testing programme shows 13% of Londoners may have been infected.

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Cardiovascular disease in COVID-19The current COVID-19 pandemic is a primarily respiratory illness, manifesting with severe hypoxia and often progressing to acute respiratory distress syndrome and death.

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If Britain looked anew, it could learn so much about the arts from AfricaThe UK cultural sector, so obsessed with being ‘world leading', is standing on the brink.

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Office pods may be the answer to working safely post-Covid-19Entrepreneur Xu Weiping is risking a fortune to build 2,000 3-metre square workspaces in east London.

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More than one million Australians out of work as unemployment rate edges up to 7.5%Despite joblessness rise, employment rose 114,700 in survey completed prior to Victoria's stage four lockdown.

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SARS-CoV-2 viral load predicts risk of deathAs the coronavirus pandemic evolved, there have been many developments in testing for the SARS-CoV-2 viral load in patients.

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Why you should get your flu shots amid the coronavirus pandemicHealth experts from the National Public Health Organization, the Andreas Sygros Hospital, and the Kapodistrian University in Greece say that influenza shots to reduce the risk of flu are crucial, particularly this coming fall or winter when the flu season usually kick starts.

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What is ivermectin, and should we be using it to treat Covid-19?World-leading parasite researcher Dr Carlos Chaccour says using the drug in fight against the virus could be ‘very, very harmful'

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New Zealand cluster grows to 17 as PM says it will 'get worse before it gets better'Ardern says country ‘going hard and early' as student at Auckland school with 3,000 students listed in outbreak.

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Coronavirus latest news: Scaled-back version of delayed app to be revealed on ThursdayA basic version of the much-delayed NHS coronavirus app is expected to be launched on Thursday, days after health officials laid off thousands of contact tracers.

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I told my hospital I'm not willing to work in a Covid 'red zone'. Doctors aren't being protected in AustraliaTo feel I'm letting my colleagues down is awful - but to be silent would be implicit consent to the current system, writes an anonymous doctor.

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How Do We Do This Again?One lock down was hard enough. What if we have to do it all again?

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Coronavirus: A-level results to arrive in year with no examsGrades will be higher but there are questions about the fairness of estimated A-level results.

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How Britain's deepest recession is becoming a jobs crisisEconomics writer Aditya Chakrabortty describes how the coronavirus crisis has sent Britain plunging into a record recession and what it means for the millions of people fearing for their jobs.

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'America is crying out for leadership': Harris makes debut as Biden running mateKamala Harris made her campaign-trail debut as Joe Biden's vice-presidential running mate for the Democrats, criticising president Donald Trump for mismanaging the coronavirus pandemic and making an urgent argument for a Biden administration.

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NSW Covid-19 hotspots: list of regional and Sydney outbreak locationsAs coronavirus community transmissions rise in New South Wales, here are the current hotspots and what to do if you've visited them.

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Coronavirus: Netflix to stream Diana musical before Broadway debutThe life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.

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DC man 'stole $2.5million from Catholic Church and federal coronavirus relief program'Kenneth Gaughan is facing 14 federal charges for allegedly fraudulently obtaining $2.1million in coronavirus relief loans and embezzling $472,000 from the Archdiocese of Washington.

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Glamorous AFL WAG opens up on how she's spending her time under Victoria's coronavirus lockdown'I’m going hardcore': Glamorous AFL WAG Olympia Valance reveals the unusual way she's spending her time in Victoria's tough stage four coronavirus lockdown.

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New South Wales suffers another coronavirus death after a woman dies in ICUA woman in her 80s has died in New South Wales from coronavirus becoming the first in the state for nearly two weeks.

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THREE workers at a refrigerated storage facility in Auckland have tested positive to coronavirus amid fears the infection could have spread across theThree more staff members at the warehouse facility in Auckland have tested positive to coronavirus.

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New Zealand's coronavirus outbreak was 'imported into the country on refrigerated storage'Health experts are still trying to figure out how New Zealanders became infected with the deadly virus after 102 days without a single case of community transmission.

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Inside wild Sydney wedding where guests KICKED OUT after 'refusing to follow coronavirus rules'ARevellers at The Renaissance function centre in Lidcombe, western Sydney were removed on Sunday night after allegedly refusing to abide by the venue's COVID-safe rules.

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Man reveals how he made delicious sweet and savoury Italian CALZONE in his air fryerA home cook from Melbourne has revealed how he made delicious Italian Calzone in his air fryer while locked down at home during the coronavirus pandemic, and how you can too.

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Coronavirus: PM to visit NI to discuss Covid-19 responseBoris Johnson will meet the first and deputy first ministers, as well as the taoiseach.

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'Our waiter coughed over our food': Inside the doomed Ruby Princess as survivors tell of their 'utter hell' after sailing on the coronavirus-riddled cRuby Princess passengers have revealed the 'utter hell' they went through after sailing on the coronavirus-riddled cruise that left 712 infected and 22 dead.

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In these pandemic times I conduct a daily privilege stocktake as I contemplate the months aheadBeauty is harder to find these days - sometimes it's in places you mightn't have noticed before.

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Good riddance: A dozen foreign criminals are sent back to the UK and Italy on a charter flightDespite restrictions on global travel during the coronavirus pandemic, they were kicked out of Australia on Wednesday afternoon.

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Disney World and actors reach agreement over Covid-19 testingWalt Disney World and a union representing its actors and singers have reached an agreement which will allow them to return to work.

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Victoria records 278 new coronavirus cases and eight deathsVictoria has recorded 278 new coronavirus infections and eight deaths, a significant drop in the 410 recorded yesterday.

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Donald Trump claims other countries' economies are suffering more because of coronavirus as he touts a 'V-shaped recovery' after Kamala Harris accusesDonald Trump claims other countries' economies are suffering more because of coronavirus as he touts a 'V-shaped recovery' after Kamala Harris accuses him of crashing economy he inherited from Obama.

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121 additional cases identified in last 24 hours, bringing total active cases to 1,044; One new death reportedNews Release Update 110: COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta. In total, 10,632 Albertans have now recovered from COVID-19.

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Who's a little catty over Nine's tales?Channel 9 News in Sydney last night appeared hell-bent on inferring that Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews lied under oath at a parliamentary inquiry into the bungled COVID-19 hotel quarantine scheme.

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Woman who tested positive for coronavirus escaped hotel quarantine and hopped on a Melbourne tramThe young woman had been in voluntary isolation at Melbourne's Brady Hotel on July 19 but left seven hours after checking in to find alternative accommodation.

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Coronavirus tracing app will be launched yet again… and users will be asked to scan in at barcode points in pubs and restaurantsPilot schemes for the mobile tracing app will begin within days on the Isle of Wight and members of the public will be urged to scan in at pubs, cafes and restaurants.

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Barcelona's Jean-Clair Todibo and Athletic Bilbao's Inaki Williams announce they have coronavirusThe positive results were picked up during pre season testing with Todibo not part of Barcelona's travelling squad for their Champions League quarter final clash with Bayern Munich on Friday.

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Coronavirus 2020These past five months have been some of the most difficult I have seen thus far.

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Quarantines And Closures As Schools Reopen Across The U.S.Many schools nationwide are already closing down or quarantining students and staff because of the coronavirus.

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Exponential growth bias: The numerical error behind Covid-19A simple and widespread type of mathematical blindness may explain why many people underestimate Covid-19's transmission rate, and shun social distancing, masks and hand-washing.

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Researchers recommend inclusion of pregnant and breastfeeding women in COVID-19 vaccine trialsResearchers from the United Kingdom have published their views on the inclusion of pregnant women in clinical trials for vaccines against the novel coronavirus and the related challenges this presents.

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Coronavirus Australia: Hotspot map shows Sydney outbreakNew South Wales recorded a further 18 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, and just one was linked to an overseas traveller undertaking mandatory hotel quarantine.

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Coronavirus US: Florida sheriff bans employees wearing masksMarion County Sheriff Billy Woods issued the surprising command via email on Tuesday.

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Coronavirus in India: Did men do more housework during lockdown?Some hope the pandemic will prove a lasting leveller for gender relations in the domestic setting.

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Trump says U.S. is sending 125 million coronavirus masks to schools across nationPresident Donald Trump said Wednesday the federal government is sending 125 million reusable face masks to school districts across the United States as schools consider whether it's safe to reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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No silver lining for first-time home buyers even if prices collapseResolution Foundation warns that coronavirus pandemic will widen pre-existing inequalities.

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Study reveals the link between air pollution and COVID-19 death rate in EnglandA study by researchers from the Imperial College London provides specific evidence of an association between averaged exposure during 2014-2018 to nitrogen dioxide and COVID-19 mortality, while the role of atmospheric particulate matter remains much more controversial.

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Kamala Harris blames Trump for severity of U.S. coronavirus outbreak: He failed to take it 'seriously from the start'Democratic vice-presidential pick Sen. Kamala Harris blamed President Donald Trump for the severity of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.

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Former 'Top Cop' Kamala Harris And America's Reckoning With PoliceNo major political party has ever put a woman of color on a presidential ticket.

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Actors' Equity Association Reaches Deal; Performers Can Return to Work at Walt Disney WorldThe Actors’ Equity Association, the national labor union representing stage performers at Walt Disney World have reached an agreement with the company.

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Walt Disney World actors to return to work after company offers coronavirus testsActors who had objected to Walt Disney's proposed coronavirus safeguards at the Walt Disney World theme park have reached an agreement to return to work, according to a union statement on Wednesday.

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Wisconsin State employees must wear masks on Zoom when home aloneIf you are one of the people who still think the authoritarian measures being implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic are rally for our safety and not for controlling the masses I bring you this story from Wisconsin.   Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has issued a mask mandate which went into effect on August 1st and&.

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A triplex SARS-CoV-2 assay based on nanopore sequencing is accurate, rapid and scalableA novel breakthrough by a research group from Oxford Nanopore Technologies is a rapid way of testing and screening large numbers of samples for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.

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What's the correct way to wear masks? Plus, COVID-19 is linked to deadly heart condition for athletes.Sun Belt states are seeing their curves being flatten yet again. The Association of American Medical Colleges releases a new roadmap to fight the pandemic and guidance on how to wear face coverings.

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The Only Game in Town!The pandemic, which has noticeably quieted our human hubbub, has certainly created a far more inviting, critter-friendly habitat& inclusive of my own backyard.

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Chile cautiously lifts lockdown lid on capital's centreChile faced one of the region's fiercest coronavirus outbreaks, but rates have declined over the last two months.

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Nashville SC will be without Gary Smith for tonight's gameThanks to the wonders of testing , Nashville SC head coach Gary Smith - who has since been confirmed negative for the virus that causes COVID-19 - did not travel to Dallas for tonight's game against FC Dallas.

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Coronavirus: Vaping teens and young adults up to seven times more likely to contract COVID-19, study findsResearchers say if teens and young adults use e-cigarettes, they "are likely at immediate risk" because their lungs are damaged.

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Children under 16 make up just 1% of coronavirus cases in England, PHE study findsIt is still not clear why young children have such a low risk of infection compared to older teens or adults.

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ArtThena Postcard ProjectIf youre on Facebook or Instagram, take a look at the art postcard project the womens art group Im in is doing.

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Isla and the Rainbow Cave&I have not posted here for a long time now. Ive written different drafts of things but they never felt right to share.

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What tf is wrong with people?I get it, we live in weird times. That doesnt mean life stops though. What happened to being courteous, kind, merciful, or compassionate?

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The half-armed crusade&As I sit down to write today I’m running through the list of likely topics.

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Testing, Testing, 123&Today I went for a COVID test. I didnt have any reason to think Ive been exposed, but Ive had several days of intense headaches in the last week, along with nasal congestion.

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A trustful relationship critical for successful treatment of mental illnessA trusting therapeutic relationship and outcome-oriented collaboration between therapist and patient are critical for the successful treatment of mental illness.

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Coronavirus US: Trump's new task force member Dr Scott AtlasPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday again acknowledged Dr. Scott Atlas, his coronavirus advisor, who has argued against school closing 'hysteria' and says children are at low risk.

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UK plunges into worst recession of any major economyThe UK has fallen into its worst recession on record because of the coronavirus lockdown, contracting by more than 20% between April and June 2020.

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Maybe I Have Not Lost My MindI am always willing to admit when my junk is out of wack. But man lately I just am not bouncing back.

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Cisco earnings Q4 2020Cisco now expects the fourth consecutive quarter of revenue declines, hurt in part by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Into Coronavirus and the Classroom: ParentsAll over the country, policymakers, parents, and teachers are hotly debating whether to bring kids back to school.

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The devastating impact of covid-19 on social care in EnglandEngland has emerged from the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic with one of the highest excess death tolls in Europe, and scrutiny is now falling on the government's response More...

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Malaria study may inadvertently help treatment of COVID-19New research into malaria suggests targeting enzymes from the human host, rather than from the pathogen itself, could offer effective treatment for a range of infectious diseases, including COVID-19.

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An Englishman's take on coronavirus regulationsThe author and YouTube commentator Carl Vernon has been posting excellent short videos on the coronavirus crisis as experienced in England.

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New PhrasesWords and phrases come and go, hitting the public consciousness like a lightning strike, with many fading just as quickly.

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Coronavirus: Which countries have confirmed cases?More than 20 million infections confirmed in 188 countries and territories, including more than 737,000 deaths.

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After Pausing for Pregnancy, Fischer Won't Let Pandemic Derail Ultra DreamsFor Tiffany Fischer, 2020 was supposed to be more than just the year of the comeback; it was also supposed to be the year of big breakthroughs.

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Minister: Staying off school 'worse for kids than coronavirus'Nick Gibb said that children's mental health as well as their education was suffering while schools were closed, as he talked up Government plans for all classrooms to open next month.

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Getting ready for school, pandemic and allOregon 2020 Teacher of the Year Mercedes Muñoz, a Portland State University alumna, says building relationships is critical for parents and educators, no matter the teaching venue.

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The armour of GodNan always remarked how movies took their banners from the Bible: Armor of God, Armageddon, Judgement day, Apocalypse,.

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Maskerade: Covid-1984 and Evidence-Free Compulsory MaskingJuly 6, 2020 By Dr. Andrew Bostom An American Doctor demonstrates the futility of mask-wearing to combat Covid-19 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — W.H. Kellogg, M.D., inf...

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Russia to roll out world's first coronavirus vaccine ‘by end of August' but Germany says it can't be trustedRussia has announced plans to roll out the world's first coronavirus vaccine within two weeks as authorities dismissed safety concerns as "groundless".

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Tracking Africa's coronavirus casesExperts warn fragile healthcare systems in many nations could be overwhelmed in the face of a severe COVID-19 outbreak.

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

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

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

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Coronavirus pandemic: Which politicians and celebs are affected?Top politicians, celebrities and sportspeople have been infected as governments take strict measures to curb the virus.

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Timeline: How the new coronavirus spreadMore than 20,4 million coronavirus cases confirmed worldwide, with nearly 745,000 deaths and over 12 million recoveries.

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The Coronavirus Diaries, 12th August 2020Still hot, but there were rumbles of thunder this afternoon, the sky has clouded over and rain is forecast tomorrow.

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Coronavirus: Schools apology and UK death count reduced by 5,000Chancellor Rishi Sunak says the government is "grappling with something that is unprecedented" after figures showed the UK economy had suffered its biggest slump on record - as two consecutive quarters of decline were caused by the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Long after a Covid-19 infection, mental and neurological effects smolderAs many as 1 in 3 patients recovering from Covid-19 could experience neurological or psychological after-effects of their infections.

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Coronavirus US: Big Pharma spent $250m lobbying lawmakersA new study from Brigham Young University found that bout $100 million in lobbying spending came from the top 30 health organizations, 16 of which are pharmaceutical companies.

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Argentina, Mexico to produce AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccineArgentina and Mexico will produce the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for most of Latin America, Argentine President Alberto Fernandez said on Wednesday after a meeting with company executives involved in the project.

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Wed. 08/12The "rumor clinics" that combated fake news during World War II. How scientists have turned ordinary bricks into supercapacitors.

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Coronavirus: Women's football 'at a crossroads' as it emerges from lockdownAfter a summer with no elite women's football in England, is private investment needed to ensure the sport regains its momentum?

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The locations of the 352 new coronavirus cases in YorkshireBradford has recorded 103 new cases despite being in 'local lockdown'

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Coronavirus UK: 14 countries may be added to quarantine listA number of other countries that, like France, have 'air corridors' with the UK to allow for quarantine-free travel, have similar or even higher Covid-19 case rates than France.

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Government to hire 'Head of Pandemic Preparedness' six months into Covid-19 crisisMinisters have been accused of 'closing the stable door after the horse has bolted' with the new role to 'learn the lessons' of the outbreak.

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New Zealand coronavirus: 14 new Covid-19 cases reportedThe country's biggest city, Auckland, is back in lockdown after a family cluster emerged.

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Coronavirus: Australia's unsold beer provides renewable energyBreweries in South Australia are donating nearly 40,000 gallons of expired beer a week to the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant outside Adelaide to be converted into renewable energy.

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Trump Delivers Remarks On Reopening SchoolsWatch live coverage as President Trump participates in a White House event on reopening schools for children amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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England cuts COVID-19 death count by 5,000EM SARS-COV-2 from NIAID - CC license The British Broadcasting Corporation posted this story on August 12.

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Senators on Biden Campaign Running Mate Choice and COVID-19 ReliefSenator Tim Kaine congratulated Senator Kamala Harris on being former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate choice for the 2020 presidential election.

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The Race Gap in Clinical TrialsIn the rush to develop a vaccine or treatment for Covid-19, drug companies are fast-tracking clinical trials.

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US schools starting to reopenDespite rising coronavirus cases, many educators are bringing children back to the classroom rather than using online technology.

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Inside coronavirus hotspot with highest Covid-19 infection rate in the UKThe Mirror's Paul Byrne has been to Pendle which has seen a worrying rise in Covid-19 infections with authorities saying a local lockdown could be nessecary.

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‘We're losing an entire generation of scientists.' COVID-19's economic toll hits Latin America hardThe pandemic has given science a chance to shine—but budget cuts in many countries threaten its future.

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Coronavirus: £90m insurance payout for COVID-19 death claims at pandemic's peakThe amount equates to around £980,000 a day, with around 7,000 life insurance claims received over the three-month period.

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Coronavirus: 'Horrifying' death rate of dementia patientsThey account for more than one in five Covid-19 deaths, prompting calls for a dedicated dementia task force to be set up in case of a second wave.

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United Kingdom coronavirus official death toll reduced by more than 5,000The Department of Health and Social Care has reduced the coronavirus death toll by more than 5,000 following a review of how figures are calculated.

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Could cat drugs treat humans with COVID-19?Two experimental drugs for feline coronavirus could show promise against COVID-19.

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Steve Bell on the UK economy plunging into deep recession — cartoonBritain has entered the deepest recession since records began as official figures on Wednesday showed the economy shrank by more than any other major nation during the coronavirus outbreak in the three months to June.

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No new positive cases in Angus Covid-19 clusterCourier News - Perth - unknown reporter Story. CR0000467 Updated stock pictures of NHS Tayside; Perth area.

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Australia on course for lowest one-day rise in COVID-19 cases in more than three weeksAustralia was poised to post its lowest one-day rise in new COVID-19 cases in more than three weeks on Thursday, stoking hopes that a second wave of new infections gripping Victoria state is finally being brought under control.

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Coronavirus news: Official UK death toll reduced by more than 5,000CORONAVIRUS deaths in the UK have been reduced by a shocking 5,000.

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Coronavirus: Towns surge up Covid-19 hotspot table after flurry of casesOldham and Blackburn with Darwen are two of the towns in the UK which have seen large rises in coronavirus cases in the past week as the daily case rate rises across the UK.

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A COVID PrayerOh Lord, we are exhausted. We are weary. These past 6 months have felt like an eternity.

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Oldham now has highest Covid-19 infection rate in countryMore than a quarter of all positive Covid-19 tests in Greater Manchester are being recorded in the town.

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Florida Sheriff bans deputies and office visitors from wearing face masksDecision comes as state records its highest single-day number of coronavirus-related deaths.

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New UK-wide methodology agreed to record COVID-19 deathsThe publication of daily data on coronavirus deaths will resume from today, following a review by Public Health England of the methodology used to calculate the figures.

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Everything you need to know about Russia's coronavirus vaccine claimsRussia has given regulatory approval to a covid-19 vaccine, amid concerns about the level of testing it has undergone.

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UK death toll drops by 5,377 as Government changes way fatalities are countedConcerns were raised officials ‘exaggerated’ the figures due to their methodology.

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CoronavirusSubscribe to our Coronavirus podcast with analysis of the impact on health, business and travel in the UK and beyond: lockdown was the strictest of all - and it worked.

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Coronavirus: England death count review reduces UK toll by 5,000Deaths recorded in England had included people who tested positive months before they died.

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Is the Russian vaccine dodgy, a game changer, or both?Russia's announcement that its new coronavirus vaccine has been approved and is ready to be rolled out has been attacked by vaccine experts, describing it as reckless.

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Coronavirus: 23 new research projects to receive a‚¬128 million in EU fundingThis article is brought to you in association with the European Commission.

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Nations buying up covid-19 vaccine doses endanger pandemic effortsA vaccine against the coronavirus needs to reach vulnerable people in all countries if we want to stop the virus, but some countries are buying up future stocks to protect their nationals.

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Rise in the number of coronavirus cases in WatfordThe number of new Covid-19 cases in Watford have risen again, Public Health England figures show.

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House Hearing on Opening Schools During COVID-19 PandemicAugust 6, 2020 House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis Testimony by Dr. Caitlin Rivers Watch testimony here: Chairman Clyburn, Ranking Member Scalise, and Distinguished Members of the Committee: Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you, today, about safely reopening schools during the pandemic.

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If a person does not wish to remove the mask they will be asked to leaveWhile the number of cases in Florida has trended downward in the last ten days, I can count on my fellow citizens for abject stupidity and stupid malice.

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Coronavirus Safety Check: How safe is travel between Bulgaria and Germany? Coronavirus Sicherheitscheck: Wie sicher ist das Reisen zwischen DeutschlanEvaluation of travel between Bulgaria and Germany concerning coronavirus safety at the airport, on board, in hotels, shops and at the beach.

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A glass-half-full take on UK GDPThe real ‘news’ in today’s official GDP data for Q2 is not that the UK economy shrank for a second successive quarter in the three months to June, thus meeting the usual definition of a ‘recession’.

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On pins, needles, and Tylenol&This is a really crappy time to get sick. All symptoms of anything are viewed as suspect and we all start consulting Dr. Google.

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Sex During The PandemicI wanted to write something sensible and honest about having sex and sexual relationships during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus latest: 18 new cases confirmed in Luton over past 48 hours18 new instances of coronavirus have been confirmed in Luton over the past 48 hours, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.

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Coronavirus: Face coverings 'encouraged' but not for 'routine use' in schoolsDraft guidance says face masks will be "strongly encouraged" but not recommended for "routine use".

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Why Russia's rushed-up coronavirus vaccine is mired in ethical, safety landmineRussia registering a vaccine for novel coronavirus even before beginning a Phase-3 trial and promising to begin full-scale production of the vaccine in September to make it available by November is riddled with safety and ethical issues.

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IgnorelandYesterday I marked some essays, did more work on preparing next term's teaching, produced supporting materials for an ongoing political literacy schools project and had a productive online meeting with a postgrad about his dissertation.

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Source of 1,600 Victorian healthcare workers' Covid-19 infections still unknown despite premier's claimsExclusive: email sent to health workers by Safer Care Victoria says 1,835 workers had been infected with virus at 8 August.

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PPP Loan Update: "Forgiveness Portal" Open; FAQs PostedAlthough lenders are now authorized to accept and process PPP borrower forgiveness applications, it appears that most lenders are intent to delay the process. As such, with 5.2 million PPP loan outstanding, a backlog of forgiveness applications is expected, and PPP borrowers should anticipate delays in the processing of forgiveness applications.

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Australia's national Covid-19 commission, gas pipelines and a troubling lack of transparencyThe national Covid-19 commission was created to help steer the government through economic and social recovery from the pandemic.

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The Daily Dose: Researchers are searching for a way to inoculating against scientific disinformation onlineAs anyone who has spent time on the Internet knows, scientific misinformation is everywhere. Lately, that problem has been exacerbated by deliberate disinformation.

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Leighton records no hospital-acquired coronavirus for 7 weeksWORK to prevent the spread of coronavirus at Leighton Hospital appears to have paid off.

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Leicestershire coronavirus survivor is pioneer in new study into long-term effects of CovidA Leicestershire man who survived coronavirus despite falling desperately ill has become the first patient to join a UK study into the long-term effects of the disease.

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Fauci: 'I seriously doubt' Russia's coronavirus vaccine is safe and effectiveAnthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, said Tuesday that he has serious doubts about Russia’s announcement that it has a vaccine ready to be used for the novel coronavirus.

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Four new coronavirus cases diagnosed in RichmondThe number of recorded coronavirus cases in Richmond increased by four over the last 48 hours, official figures show.

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Matthew McConaughey discusses self-reflection amid quarantineMatthew McConaughey says quarantine forces us to self-reflect: 'The world before Covid let us deny that and run from it'

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A Delicate BalanceThis morning, the heat was already shimmering in the fields and now it is too hot to think.

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Many workers don't get new paid sick leave, because of ‘broad' exemption for providers, report findsThe New York attorney general sued the Labor Department in April over the agency’s interpretation of ‘health care provider’.

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A fast, economical method to detect SARS-CoV-2 virus in untreated wastewaterA group of researchers have demonstrated that, from seven methods commonly used to test for viruses in untreated wastewater, an technique can most efficiently detect SARS-CoV-2.

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Spike in coronavirus cases should serve as a 'warning'St Helens has seen a rise in confirmed coronavirus cases this past week.

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Gavin Williamson apologises to pupils for school and exam disruptionGavin Williamson has apologised to pupils for the disruption to their schooling and exams during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Gavin Williamson defends exam grading system, ignoring calls to scrap downgrades for A-levelsAmid a growing furore over results, which due to coronavirus have had to be determined without exams, John Swinney, the Scottish education minister, on Tuesday announced a major U-turn after close to 125,000 students had their predicted results downgraded by a moderation process.

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Back-to-basics Covid-19 app ready for launch after ‘test and trace' scheme is scaled backThe system is expected to tell people about infection levels in their area, to work out their own risk, and book a Covid-19 test.

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Coronavirus tracked: the latest figures as countries reopenThe FT analyses the scale of outbreaks and the number of deaths around the world.

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UK's poorest 'skip meals and go hungry' during coronavirus crisisFSA report finds food insecurity has shot up, bringing risk of malnutrition and obesity.

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Covid-19 news: Germany joins Spain in worrying surge of infectionsThe latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic.

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Conformity PressureThe Fourth Industrial Revolution is very likely to tear up the rulebook and opening the Fourth Portal in an old alehouse may provide a good real world example of how people react when old rules are overturned.

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Pediatric cardiologists offer advice on when kids can return to sports after COVID-19A trio of pediatric cardiologists is offering important advice on if and when it is safe for children and teens to return to playing sports after recovering from COVID-19.

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Covid-19 lockdown sees spike in temporary accommodation requests to Romford YMCAA charity has revealed its Romford branch has seen a surge in the number of people needing temporary accommodation since the start of lockdown.

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Coronavirus cases still rising in Bradford districtBRADFORD has the fifth highest rate of coronavirus cases in England with figures on the rise.

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The Back to School Guide for These Unconventional TimesBack-to-school season is traditionally marked by a run on discounted pencils, overcrowded malls and lots of nail-biting nerves about new teachers.

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Socially Distanced Theatre? Berkshire Theatre Group's GodspellLive theatre is back? Well, sort of. Berkshire Theatre Group in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, has recently begun performances of "Godspell Under the Tent" in what is one of the first returns to live theatre in America, and one of the first Equity-approved performances as well.

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UK coronavirus death toll revised down by 5,000Official UK death toll cut from 46,706 to 41,329 after review launched amid concerns about flaw in counting data.

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UK Records Deepest Recession Among Top EconomiesLONDON — Britain has suffered the deepest recession among the world’s top economies this year, shrinking by a fifth in the second quarter alone when much of the economy was mothballed as part of efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

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My 15th Published Writing: Poem "Eyes"Eyes is a poem consisting of two inverted dodoitsu and concerning the facelessness constant mask-wearing gives us.

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Coronavirus: Face masks could increase risk of infection, medical chief warnsMembers of the public could be putting themselves more at risk from contracting coronavirus by wearing face masks, one of England’s most senior doctors has warned.

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Holding patternThe fifth month of our sojourn in Sedona dawned torrid but otherwise quite pleasant, the eventual end to our temporary reprieve from locked down Manila as up in the air as it was at the outset of our evacuation.

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Coronavirus: Second consecutive day over 1,000 new Covid cases in UK for first time since JuneThe UK has recorded a second consecutive day of over 1,000 new positive cases of coronavirus for the first time since late June.

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Ministry After CoronaAs some churches resume in-person meetings, church leaders have noticed that not everyone is eager to return.

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Portland district attorney will stop prosecuting non-violent misdemeanors tied to protestsNew policy will still allow for prosecution of those who commit violent crimes, property damage.

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Fishing surges after coronavirus lockdown is eased, angling licence figures showThe Environment Agency trumpeted the benefits of casting a rod into a river or lake as the number of licences issued climbed.

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COVID Crimes! ! !Image by Klaus Hausmann at Pixabay If its not bad enough that too many people are travelling and not wearing masks, now people are making fake PPE.

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Coronavirus: PPE shortage cost California $93m and dozens of lives, new study findsWe can't wait for the next pandemic to start building the infrastructure to have these supplies'

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Coronavirus: School pupils linked to Glasgow virus clusterPupils at a Glasgow secondary school are among eight people to have tested positive in a coronavirus cluster in the city.

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Coronavirus: Father and son of renowned medical family in Miami die of coronavirus after being hospitalised on same dayHe really was the true definition of a hero. I knew that when Covid started, that he was going to be a hero’.

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Bolton sees 28 new coronavirus cases in two daysA FURTHER 28 residents have tested positive for coronavirus since Monday.

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Could acupuncture help coronavirus patients?A modernized version of the ancient homeopathic needle treatment, acupuncture, might help stem the kind of out-of-control inflammation that kills COVID-19 patients, a study in mice suggests.

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Snow White succumbs to Covid-19The production team behind the highly popular Inverurie panto have confirmed that it will not go ahead this year.

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Coronavirus cases see double-figure rise in Surrey over last 48 hoursA total of 24 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Surrey in the past 48 hours, according to figures released by Public Health England today.

SurreyLive Shared .

Coronavirus stimulus news: Pelosi says Dems and White House are miles apartThe gap between the parties on coronavirus stimulus is a "chasm," Nancy Pelosi said as it is unclear when relief talks will restart.

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UK virus death toll drops by 5,000 after reviewThe coronavirus death toll in the UK has been reduced by more than 5,000 following a review of how figures are calculated.

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Coronavirus: Police warn students not to ‘spoil' A-level results day with illegal house partiesOfficer says fixed penalty notices could be issued to anyone who ignores guidance.

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Longest serving priest plays part in family wedding despite lockdownJim Cocke was the priest for the same parish in Oxford for 63 years until he retired in January.

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18 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in SwindonThe number of recorded coronavirus cases in Swindon increased by 18 over the last 48 hours, official figures show.

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Coronavirus sparks huge demand for clean home technology innovationsThe coronavirus pandemic has heightened concerns about air quality and safety of indoor spaces, including the homes we live in.

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Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo tests positive for coronavirusJean-Clair Todibo has revealed himself to be the Barcelona player who tested positive for coronavirus.

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Coronavirus live news: Covid-19 may have been in New Zealand city for 'weeks'; Russia vaccine due in fortnightNinth case confirmed in student at New Zealand school; Russia vaccine not yet completed its final trials; global deaths climb towards 750,000.

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A downturn was inevitable a€“ but a recession of this scale wasna€™tAnneliese DoddsShadow Chancellor. Labour and Cooperative MP for Oxford EastWednesday 12 Aug 2020 5:02 pm.

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Coronavirus: England's contact-tracing app gets green light for trialPublic tests are set to start on Thursday, but concerns remain about how accurately distance is measured.

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Your hair can crack steel when it hits the right spotImperfections on the surface of razor blades cause them to fail.

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John Swinney announces on-demand Covid-19 testing for teachers and nursery staffTeachers and nursery staff will get on-demand testing for Covid-19 if they have been at risk of infection, even if they have no symptoms, the Education Secretary has confirmed.

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5 NEW CASES OF CORONAVIRUS CONFIRMED LOCALLY IN JUST 2 WEEKSThe latest figures available show that a case of COVID-19 was confirmed on Friday 7th August.

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Eight new COVID-19 cases in Lincolnshire, one deathDaily figures released by the government showed the number of cases increased from 3,534 to 3,542 – with seven new cases confirmed in Lincolnshire and one more in North Lincolnshire.

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Twelve new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in just 48 hours in Milton KeynesTwelve new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed since Monday in MK.

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Latest coronavirus figures for OxfordshireANOTHER 15 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Oxfordshire.

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Coronavirus: UK confirms new cases and deathsToday marks the 27th day in a row that Scotland has recorded zero new fatalities.

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France is told to 'pull itself together' to beat coronavirusJean Castex said the public was becoming careless and raised the spectre of a second lockdown after a rise of more than 10,000 cases in the last week in France.

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Tennessee defends COVID-19 response to oversight chairGov. Bill Lee on Wednesday defended Tennessee's response to the coronavirus pandemic after receiving criticism from a top Democratic congressional leader, arguing that his decisions have been "data driven" despite not adhering entirely to White House recommendations.

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Coronavirus US: Health chief advises wearing masks AT HOMEHealth and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders made the suggestion on Tuesday after raising alarm about four cities with high rates of coronavirus - Chelsea, Everett, Lynn and Revere.

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Novel strategy provides new hope to fight COVID-19A novel strategy has been developed by Novateur Ventures, which provides new hope in battle against COVID-19.

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A-level students warned not to break lockdown to party on results dayA-Level students have been warned against meeting up to party in areas still in lockdown.

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Germany suffers worst daily spike in coronavirus cases since MayGerman officials announced 1,226 new cases this morning, the highest figure since May 9 - bringing the total from 217,293 to 218,519.

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Health Canada provides COVID-19 Interim Order approval for Bactiguard's endotracheal tubesHealth Canada has approved Bactiguard's endotracheal tubes for infection prevention through an Interim Order. The approval is driven by...

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Few Black educators win prestigious White House teaching awardThree recent winners say minority students and teachers need role models, resources.

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COVID-19: Many say they'll stay in the city despite the virusWith restrictions easing in some cities, 74% of residents say they are likely to stay put despite the ongoing health crisis while just 26% say they are somewhat or very likely to relocate, according to a survey by Yahoo Finance and The Harris poll.

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Sputnik V: Russia says allegations coronavirus vaccine is unsafe are 'groundless'Russia said on Wednesday the first batch of its Covid-19 vaccine would be ready for some medics within two weeks and rejected safety concerns over Moscow's rapid approval of the drug as 'groundless'.

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Japanese company is offering virtual reality flights to curb wanderlustTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

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Coronavirus deaths spike to 1,300 in 24 hours but cases remain steadyThe US reported a single day spike of 1,300 deaths on Tuesday despite the weekly average death toll dropping last week for the first time in more than a month.

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Germans warned to stick to guidelines as coronavirus infections hit three-month highGerman citizens have been urged to stick to coronavirus guidelines as new infections hit a three-month high.

Evening Standard Shared .

Dr. Anthony Fauci Says He's 'Skeptical' About Russia's Coronavirus VaccineOn Monday, Vladimir Putin claimed that Russia has developed a coronavirus vaccine, but Dr. Anthony Fauci and others are skeptical about how safe will it be.

Today Shared .

Astronomers spy a Milky Way-like galaxy in very early universeThis "ring of fire" is actually a remarkably calm and well-ordered galaxy.

Science | AAAS Shared .

How New Zealand is tackling fresh coronavirus outbreakHealth experts ‘baffled' by origins of new cases as Auckland enters three-day lockdown.

The Week UK Shared .

Coronavirus in Scotland: Education staff offered on-demand testingEducation staff can now request a Covid-19 test if they are concerned they have been at risk from infection, the Scottish government has announced.

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More signs airborne coronavirus can infect you: Hospital discovers contagious virus particles floating 16 FEET away from patientsA new study from the University of Florida has found that infectious coronavirus particles were found in air samples taken between seven feet and 16 feet away from hospital patients.

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Coronavirus: Borrowers paid off A£2,000 of debt each in lockdownData from the credit reference agency Experian found the amount customers of its £14.99 a month Credit Expert subscription service owed in non-mortgage borrowing fell from £11,615 to £9,681 between the 23 March lockdown and 8 June.

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Wirral hospitals' coronavirus deaths remain at 238The confirmation, from NHS England this afternoon, means the number of people who have passed away from Covid-19 at Arrowe Park and Clatterbridge hospitals since the pandemic began, remains at 238.

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Coronavirus US: Florida father and son doctors, 89 and 57, dieDr. Carlos Vallejo, 57, is believed to have been infected by one of his 76 patients at three nursing homes in Florida and he was admitted to hospital the same day as his dad Dr. George Vallejo.

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'Hundreds dead' because of Covid-19 misinformationA study says at least 800 people have died globally because of coronavirus-related misinformation.

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Study finds ibuprofen use does not heighten risk of Covid-19 deathResearch reveals similar coronavirus mortality rate between routine users of non-steroidal inflammatory drugs and non-users.

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Facebook blames coronavirus for failure to remove child nudity from InstagramTech giant says it was able to remove 7 million pieces of content containing harmful Covid-19 misinformation.

The Independent Shared .

Coronavirus Australia live update: anxiety grows over NSW mystery cases as curve begins to flatten in VictoriaNSW authorities are concerned about a number of Covid-19 cases in the past six weeks where the source was unknown.

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COVID-19 Update: Test Shortages, Possible Treatment ChoicesEditor's note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape's Coronavirus Resource Center.

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Today's coronavirus news: Child at Toronto day-camp tests positive for COVID-19; Toronto records 8 new COVID-19 casesA child attending day-camp at the Barbara Frum Community Centre, one of the City of Toronto's 120 CampTO locations, has tested positive for COVID-19, the city announced in a news release Wednesday.

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Scientists say social distancing 'isn't helpful' as evidence mounts that coronavirus is airborne'For aerosol-based transmission, measures such as physical distancing by six feet would not be helpful in an indoor setting'

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Rishi Sunak could delay Autumn Budget if coronavirus surgesRishi Sunak is believed to be ready to shelve the financial package - billed as the defining moment of the government - if the situation escalates again.

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Coronavirus Australia: Holocaust survivor, 98, BEATS infectionVictorian woman and holocaust survivor Marianne Schwartz, 98, has become the state's oldest COVID-19 survivor.

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Majority white counties have significantly fewer COVID-19 cases: StudyWhite counties in the United States have the fewest coronavirus cases, while diverse counties have been hit harder by COVID-19, according to new research.

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Airport contractors to be included in COVID-19 stimulus program auditThe U.S. Department of the Treasury's internal watchdog said on Wednesday it is including a group of airport contractors in its audit of a coronavirus stimulus program aimed at aiding the aviation sector, after lawmakers pressed the agency to halt their funding.

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One further coronavirus death recorded in Yorkshire hospitalsThere has been one further coronavirus death recorded in Yorkshire hospitals, according to the latest figures.

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Vaping linked with much higher risk of getting COVID-19The researchers analyzed information from more than 4,300 U.S. teens and young adults, ages 13 to 24, who completed an online survey in early May, according to the study, published Tuesday in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

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Coronavirus UK: Six MILLION took NHS 111's online assessmentRecord numbers of people in England sought help through the NHS 111 website during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Trump mourns the alleged deaths of a€˜all the birdsa€™ from wind turbines while ignoring the 160,000 dead from coronavirus"Wind is nice. It's nice. But it causes tremendous environmental problems," Mr Trump claims while speaking on Sean Hannity's Fox News show.

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Two new coronavirus cases but no new deaths in MorayHowever, two new cases of the virus have been confirmed - one on Sunday and one on Monday - taking the area's total since the outbreak began to 94.

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Oldham could be next in line for full local lockdown amid sudden spike in new coronavirus casesAOldham could be next in line for full local lockdown as council threatens to close gyms, pubs and restaurants amid sudden spike in new coronavirus cases 'led by young people disobeying restrictions'

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Coronavirus news a€“ live: UK sees highest daily case rise since June as country enters deepest recession on recordThe grim figure came after Covid-19 officially dragged the UK into recession, with the economy contracting by a record 20.4 per cent between April and June.

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Coronavirus UK death toll rises by 77 as Scotland and Northern Ireland record no new fatalitiesCoronavirus UK death toll rises by 77 as Scotland and Northern Ireland record no new fatalities.

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The Leader Podcast: why government a€˜must try hardera€™ amid exam results confusionWelcome to the Evening Standard's daily podcast, The Leader, bringing you exclusive analysis and insight of the events setting the news agenda tonight.

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This Is A Virus That Is Not Going Away, Says DoctorDr. Richard Besser discusses the danger of children being exposed to the coronavirus. Aired on 8/12/2020.

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