Coronavirus News

Keep up to date with the latest coronavirus/covid-19 news and developments here.

spinner

Morrison's becomes first supermarket to put limit on number of items customers can buyBosses at Morrisons have introduced curbs on toilet roll and hand gel with shortages already being reported in stores up and down the country as Britain braces itself for a second wave of coronavirus.

Mail Online Shared .

Semi-viable leader offers up furlough-lite. Debt collectors may applyRishi Sunak survives the day by offering support for workers in viable jobs. And not being Boris Johnson.

The Guardian Shared .

Coronavirus: Blood test scanning width of cells could determine riskThe 'red cell distribution width' test measures the difference in size from a patient's largest to smallest red blood cell.

Mail Online Shared .

Coronavirus US: Whole Foods CEO blames obesity for death rateJohn Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods Market, said it is likely the country has been hit worse by the pandemic due to the higher cases of diabetes and heart disease brought on by poor diets.

Mail Online Shared .

What's missing from the chancellor's new scheme to save jobs?Here are five measures that could help keep workers in jobs, but were missing from the chancellor's winter economy plan.

The Guardian Shared .

Many Google staff may never return to office full-time post-CovidCEO seeks ‘hybrid' ways of operating after poll shows support for homeworking.

The Guardian Shared .

Jamaica: Earth TodayWITH THE announcement of a new Ministry of Housing, Urban Renewal, Environment and Climate Change, stakeholders are hoping for a variety of things – from emphasis on food security to effective planning for climate threats that include sea level rise and coastal erosion, together with extreme weather events, as well as threats to water...

CARIBREPORT.COM Shared .
Advertisement Google Ad Network

UK virus cases surge by highest single-day figure since outbreak beganA total of 6,634 new coronavirus cases were recorded on Thursday, Public Health England medical director Yvonne Doyle said, which is the highest single-day figure since the outbreak began.

Evening Standard Shared .

COVID-19 data on Native Americans is ‘a national disgrace.' This scientist is fighting to be countedAbigail Echo-Hawk can't even count how many times she's been called a troublemaker. It's happened at conferences, workshops, and even after she testified before Congress—all places where she has advocated for the full and ethical inclusion of American Indians and Alaska Natives in public health data.

Science | AAAS Shared .

Rishi Sunak's job support scheme is a welcome offer, but may not go far enoughDespite the chancellors promises, unemployment could still rise by more than 1 million before the end of the year, says Clare McNeil of IPPR.

The Guardian Shared .

Denmark, Slovakia, Iceland and Curacao added to quarantine listDenmark, Slovakia, Iceland and the Caribbean island of Curacao have been removed from the Government's list of travel corridors, meaning travellers will have to self-isolate when they return.

Evening Standard Shared .

In-Person Racing Returns to Massachusetts with Village UltraAfter a seven-month drought of in-person ultramarathons in Massachusetts due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, runners were finally able to gather for a socially-distanced, time-based race at the fourth annual Village Ultra on Sept.

MassUltra Shared .

Shocking: Ibrahimovic tests positive for CoronavirusThe Club has informed the relevant authorities and the player has been promptly placed in quarantine at home.

Noble Reporters - World's Iconic News & Media Site Shared .

Auto Dealers Gather Virtually to Make Their Voices Heard in WashingtonThe three E’s – the elections, the economy and engaging with legislators were at the forefront of day two of NADA’s first virtual Washington Conference.

NADA Shared .

Tory lockdown sceptics praise Sunak for saying UK must live 'without fear'Chancellor appears to defend decision to reopen swathes of economy amid coronavirus.

The Guardian Shared .

Costa Rica is producing a new corps of skilled tropical biologists. But many can't find jobs at homeSetting up the experiment in February marked a professional milestone for the 39-year-old Vincent: It was her first major project as a principal investigator on a grant from Costa Rica's government, after years of working as a collaborator with other scientists, often from the United States.

Science | AAAS Shared .

Coronavirus continuing to mutate, study finds, as US cases riseExperts believe virus is probably becoming more contagious but US study did not find mutations made it more lethal.

The Guardian Shared .

Why "2020 Fatigue" May Be a Good ThingA few weeks ago, I drove to the park and wept in my car. Because, 2020.

Live Well. Worry Less Shared .

Google Maps Adds an Overlay of COVID-19 Case TrendsGoogle Maps will soon include information on COVID-19 spread in states, counties, and some cities.

THE COMMUNICATOR Shared .

Schemes boosting cycling and walking accelerate across the UKCampaigners urge city leaders across the world to see coronavirus and climate crisis as call to action.

The Guardian Shared .

Rachel Brosnahan reveals Marvelous Mrs. Maisel production has resumedFilming for the hit Prime Video series was halted earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Mail Online Shared .

Viral BeginningsA tiny yet important piece of lab ware has taken on new meaning in this blurry 2020.

TheCoachVal Shared .

COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise In Cumbria As Tighter Restrictions Remain In Place In BarrowConfirmed COVID-19 cases have continued to rise across the county according to the latest data published today.

THE HERDWICK NEWS Shared .

Dutch celebrities backtrack after Covid restraints rebellionThey are young, famous and apparently could no longer abide by the coronavirus restrictions. But a group of Dutch celebrities who sparked a national debate after breaking cover on social media with the hashtag #ikdoenietmeermee, , have begun frantically backtracking after becoming the target of government and public opprobrium.

The Guardian Shared .

Americans who don't speak English nearly FIVE TIMES more likely to test positive for coronavirusA new study from the University of Washington School of Medicine found patients who didn't speak English were 4.6 times more likely to test positive than those who did speak English.

Mail Online Shared .
Advertisement Google Ad Network

Blurring LinesFind work that you love so much it becomes your life. Among the two full time jobs and the three part time gigs make it a point to seek out creativity within your inner passion while you keep hustl...

Queen Media Collective Shared .

Sunak warned winter economy plan not enough to stop wave of job lossesChancellor told hard-hit industries need further support while whole sectors cannot access wage subsidies.

The Guardian Shared .

Government must take action on a€˜long Covida€™, MP saysChair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group group on coronavirus Layla Moran warns wellbeing of those living with long-term impacts of Covid-19 has been neglected by ministers.

Evening Standard Shared .

Will a Second Covid-19 Lockdown Coincide with a 'No Deal' Brexit?When I last posted an article about Brexit in May I discussed how the convergence of a possible world trade organisation scenario with the EU and the Covid-19 lockdown measures would serve to exacerbate the economic strain that the UK is currently being subjected to.

Steven Guinness Shared .

Coronavirus-laden particles in lifts can survive for half an hourExperts from the University of Amsterdam mimicked a series of coughs inside a hospital lift to determine how long they lasted under different conditions.

Mail Online Shared .

Sweden's lockdown-free coronavirus response is at risk as officials mull 'chain-breaking' measuresState epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, the herd-immunity architect, expanded on the proposals for the capital after first signalling lockdown measures on Tuesday.

Mail Online Shared .

UEFA confirm teams in European competitions CAN make five subsThe law amendment was proposed by world governing body FIFA to assist clubs in managing player workload in a congested calendar created by the coronavirus pandemic.

Mail Online Shared .

The Contact Tracing App  What You Need To KnowAfter months of speculation and waiting the COVID-19 test and trace app has launched in England and Wales and the public is being urged to download it.

THE HERDWICK NEWS Shared .

Coronavirus UK: Rishi Sunak announces Winter Economy Plan bailoutChancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled his new Winter Economy Plan with a wage subsidy scheme to replace furlough as its centrepiece as he moved to try to stave off massive job losses over the winter.

Mail Online Shared .

Coronavirus London: Lockdown fears as hospital admissions tripleDuring a private briefing this week, Kevin Fenton, director of Public Health England in London, told Sadiq Khan that all signs indicated the disease was making a resurgence in the capital.

Mail Online Shared .

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Tests Positive for CoronavirusAC Milan veteran Zlatan Ibrahimovic has coronavirus - Marco Luzzani / Getty Images AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has tested positive for coronavirus ahead of the club’s Europa League third qualifying round tie against Norwegian club Bodo/Glimt.

Sabastine Akpabuo's Blog Shared .

Australia's just signed up for a shot at 9 COVID-19 vaccines. Here's what to expectShutterstock Adam Taylor, Griffith University Australia’s A$123 million contribution to a global vaccine initiative, announced earlier this week, means the country would have access to a wider pool of COVID-19 vaccines, should they pass clinical trials.

Random Thoughts Shared .

How do you know if you're in an 'established relationship'?How to have the 'established relationship' conversation amid new Covid rules.

Metro Shared .

Lives of hundreds of homeless people saved when UK went into lockdownA homeless man holds a sign reading ‘What about us Boris – were we gunna isolate?

Metro Shared .

Sniffer dogs used to detect coronavirus in Helsinki airport as part of trialResearchers running Helsinki pilot scheme say dogs can identify coronavirus in seconds.

The Guardian Shared .

Unravelling?This is the awning over the lovely light-filled patio I share with my downstairs neighbour.

Casa Azahar Shared .

BAME: Genetic variation 'unlikely to influence Covid-19 mortality'Scientists found no differences in seven genes associated with viral entry of SARS-CoV-2 - the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 - across ethnic groups.

Mail Online Shared .

2020-09-24 Could it Really Be?…The End of Days. Have we finally tipped-toed too far into territory we can’t escape from?

Miss SugarCookie Shared .

Coronavirus found in sewage in Sydney beachside suburbs Bondi and MalabarFragments of coronavirus was detected in wastewater at Bondi and Malabar for two consecutive weeks earlier this month on September 6 and 13.

Mail Online Shared .

Italian president rebuts Johnson's 'freedom' remarks over restrictionsPushback comes after PM's suggestion UK's Covid-19 infection rate was worse than Italy because Britons loved their freedom more.

The Guardian Shared .

Boris saysThe second wave is here says PM. We all know that, I said so back in August . But Boris on the 23rd and Whitty and Vallance on 22nd made an effort to alarm us and chide us. Boris blamed our “freedom loving nature” for the resurgence in Covid numbers, see graph below. He was happy to blame all that late night drinking and...

Travelling Outside In Shared .

Hard winter ahead as Sunak tries to stop job losses hitting postwar recordCovid job support scheme will temper rise in unemployment but do little more, experts say.

The Guardian Shared .

Zlatan Ibrahimovic tests positive for coronavirus ahead of AC Milan Europa League tieHe is the second Milan player to test positive for Covid-19 after Brazilian defender Leo Duarte did so in the first round of swabs on Tuesday.

Mail Online Shared .

Scottish Government advert urges don't pass Covid 19 on to loved onesTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

Metro Shared .

Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.

Financial Times Shared .

Morrisons becomes first large supermarket to reinstate Covid rationingMorrisons has become the first large supermarket to reinstate rationing on items such as toilet roll and disinfectant after the tightening of coronavirus measures.

The Guardian Shared .

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly, total 870,000Initial jobless claims were slightly higher than expected as the labor market continues its sluggish recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Shared .

Students may have to stay on campus at Christmas to avoid outbreaksThe health secretary said: ‘I don’t rule out anything. And if you have the last nine months that I’ve had, you’d understand why we don’t rule out anything.

Metro Shared .

Coronavirus mutations: what we've learned so farHow fast is the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, mutating? And how have those genetic changes affected the virus?

Livescience.com Shared .

Motivational Speaker: Break Through That Mental Barrier and Achieve Things You Never Thought PossibleWith the expansion in the number of businesses, competition is also rising. It is getting harder for organizations to remain ahead in this race.

YuJin - Top Motivational Speaker In Asia Shared .

Download the new NHS Test and Trace appOur SomersetThe NHS COVID-19 app has launched today in England and Wales,  including QR check-in at venues. It will be downloaded onto SCC mobile devices by this evening, but please make sure yo...

Our Somerset Shared .

Pandemic crisis: Global economic recovery trackerAlternative indicators give an early picture of whether the global economy is returning to pre-crisis levels.

Financial Times Shared .

The United Nations in a divided worldThe UN's relief chief says coronavirus has added 100 million people to those in need of humanitarian relief worldwide.

Al Jazeera Shared .

DPS Announces "Shoot on Sight" Policy for Anyone Caught Breaking Covid GuidelinesWell, do ya, punk? ” - Dirty Harry - DPS officers After a recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases among students on Fairfield University’s campus that no one could have possibly predicted, the University has taken extreme measures to enforce the safety guidelines they put&.

Stagnation Shared .

10pm Curfew: Are Hotels and Casinos exempt?Many want to know of casinos are exempt from curfew.

Metro Shared .

Your Second Wave Fashion and Survival GuideHot, hot, hot! That’s what a stove is when you leave the burners on “max, ” and that’s how designers in New York, Paris, Milan and Edmonton are describing trends for the fall fashion season as the second wave goes new wave!

Drinking Tips For Teens Shared .

Coronavirus Spain: Country 'deserves' second full lockdown, scientist saysJuan Martinez, the ex-director of public health for Madrid, has said Spain 'deserves' a second full national lockdown after ending the first one led to a second wave of coronaviurs infections.

Mail Online Shared .

Furlough scheme ending: Who is eligible for the Job Support scheme and when does it start?Rishi Sunak has announced that the furlough scheme will be replaced by a new Jobs Support Scheme to top up wages in the coming winter months.

Metro Shared .

Datablog: the scale of the 200,000 coronavirus deaths in the USThe US loss of life from the coronavirus compared to other causes of death.

The Guardian Shared .

Rishi Sunak's jobs announcement is another milestone in his political career… and strays into the exalted territory of leadershipThe Chancellor has matured rapidly and dazzled in action, with unprecedented policies like furloughing and now the Jobs Support Scheme.

Evening Standard Shared .

live: NHS contact tracing app launched as No 10 confirms PM briefed by Swedish expertFollow all the latest updates and statistics.

The Independent Shared .

Dogs that are trained to sniff out the coronavirus are being deployed at Helsinki AirportDogs that have been trained to detect the coronavirus have started working at Helsinki Airport this week in a pilot project, with the hope that their sensitive noses can speed up the process of identifying potential carriers of the virus.

CNBC Shared .

Zlatan Ibrahimovic tests positive for coronavirus: AC Milan veteran placed in quarantineVeteran forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has tested positive for coronavirus, AC Milan have confirmed. Milan said that the 38-year-old Swedish legend would miss their Europa League match against Bodo later on Thursday.

Evening Standard Shared .

Experts downplay fears new coronavirus tracking app could be wrongly telling people to self-isolateExperts today downplayed fears that up to a third of people using the new coronavirus app could be wrongly told to self-isolate.

Evening Standard Shared .

Matt Hancock denies conflict of interest in Patrick Vallance holding vaccine company sharesMatt Hancock has denied that there was a conflict of interest in the UK's chief scientific advisor holding shares in a drug company contracted to develop a coronavirus vaccine for the Government.

Evening Standard Shared .

'Live without fear': Rishi Sunak presents new job support schemeThe UK is to prepare for at least six more months of coronavirus restrictions as the chancellor of the exchequer announced new government support for jobs.

The Guardian Shared .

Doctors fear NHS 'sleepwalking into a second wave' as virus cases growThe Standard spoke to frontline medics about their concerns as the Government brought in stricter Covid-19 restrictions.

Evening Standard Shared .

Coronavirus: Test turnaround times getting longer in EnglandUnder a third of tests done in community testing centres in England are processed within 24 hours.

BBC Shared .

Coronavirus UK: Morrisons rations items amid fears of 'second wave'Supermarket bosses said purchases will be restricted to three items per customer ‘on a small number of products’.

Metro Shared .

Boris Johnson to tell UN leaders 'climate action cannot be another victim of coronavirus' todayJohnson will call on nations to make ambitious commitments to secure the planet for the next generation at the event hosted by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

Mail Online Shared .

Manchester at a crossroads: is there life for the city after Covid?As part of our series on the future of cities, we look at how being cooped up could change how and where we want to live.

The Guardian Shared .

Staff member tests positive for coronavirus at Wolverhampton schoolMoreton School posted on its Facebook page saying the "small number" of children who have been in direct prolonged contact with the staff member will be staying at home for 14 days.

Jordan Reynolds Shared .

Coronavirus tests jump by 77 in one day across EssexThe number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in Essex has jumped by 77 in 24 hours.

Clacton And Frinton Gazette Shared .

Two deaths as Scotland records 465 new coronavirus casesThe latest Covid figures were confirmed at First Minister's Questions.

STV News Shared .

Coronavirus: Israel tightens second lockdown to avoid 'abyss'Ministers approve new restrictions to try to combat a surging Covid-19 infection rate.

BBC Shared .

Rapid risk assessment: Increased transmission of COVID-19 in the EU/EEA and the UKIn this update, we analyse the risk posed to the general population, vulnerable individuals, and healthcare provision by the current increase in COVID-19 case notification rates observed in the EU/EEA and the UK.

European Centre For Disease Prevention And Control Shared .

Rishi Sunak extends tourism and hospitality VAT cut until MarchA cut in VAT to 5% for hospitality and tourism businesses will be extended until March, the chancellor has said.

Metro Shared .

Rishi Sunak announces 'pay as you grow' plan to give businesses 10 years to repay loansBusinesses will now be able to pay back their loans over the next decade, as part of Rishi Sunak’s coronavirus winter plan.

Metro Shared .

Furlough scheme replaced with ‘job support scheme' to top-up workers' wagesRishi Sunak has announced a new Jobs Support Scheme to top-up wages and replace the furlough scheme for the coming winter months.

Metro Shared .

Live coronavirus updates as more cases are reported and lockdown review expectedA Department of Health and Social Care update on the city restrictions is expected.

LeicestershireLive Shared .

Boris Johnson warns 'things will be tough' as he hails Rishi Sunak's new jobs scheme as 'best thing for growth in this country'The Prime Minister has acknowledged that these are "tough times" for businesses and workers as he welcomed the Chancellor's new scheme as the best thing for "growth in this country".

Evening Standard Shared .

Coronavirus pandemic fuels affordability crisis for homebuyersFierce competition for a limited supply of homes for sale has caused a surge in prices.

CNBC Shared .

New coronavirus mutation could be evolving to get around mask-wearing and hand-washingCovid-19 may have become more contagious as it has mutated, the largest genetic study carried out in the US into the virus has suggested.

The Telegraph Shared .

Rishi Sunak announces new furlough scheme replacementTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

Metro Shared .

Coronavirus UK: Hospital wards closed after 34 cases discoveredRhondda Cynon Taf went into local lockdown following a sharp and rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus last week.

Metro Shared .

Premier League clubs lose half a billion in transfer revenue due to coronavirus pandemicThe economic uncertainty across Europe is the chief reason for top-flight clubs so far recouping around £209million from straight player sales compared to £650m last year.

Mail Online Shared .

Autonomous Covid-19 cleaning robots deployed at St Pancras stationAn Eco Bot 50 robot cleans and disinfects surfaces simultaneously with an automated scrubber dryer at St Pancras International, London.

Metro Shared .

Scottish Government's arresting Covid-19 public health advert uses green slime to demonstrate potential spreadControversial advert uses green slime to document how coronavirus can be transmitted, prompting critics to accuse officials of 'scaremongering'

Evening Standard Shared .

Board urges people to follow government guidelines as Mendip sees increase in positive coronavirus casesThe Somerset Local Outbreak Engagement Board is urging people in the Mendip area to stay vigilant after a significant rise in positive coronavirus cases.

Somerset County Council Newsroom Shared .

Differential diagnosis: cold, flu or COVID-19?An overview of the main differences between the symptoms for colds, flu and COVID-19, to enable pharmacy teams to advise patients effectively on their management, including treatment and/or referral.

Pharmaceutical Journal Shared .

Latest coronavirus case numbers for Lincolnshire as more people test positiveGovernment data showed there were 52 positive tests in the region as while, including 17 new cases in North Lincolnshire and six in North East Lincolnshire.

LincolnshireLive Shared .

Evening Standard comment: Rishi Sunak's new bailout will just be the startThe most important thing to know about the Chancellor's big statement today is that he didn't want to make it.

Evening Standard Shared .

Coronavirus: Experts warn of 'hefty tax rises' by mid-2020sExperts have warned the UK will face 'hefty tax rises' by the middle of the decade to pay for the coronavirus crisis as Rishi Sunak today unveils Winter Economy Plan.

Mail Online Shared .

'Close to 100% accuracy': Helsinki airport uses sniffer dogs to detect CovidResearchers running Helsinki pilot scheme say dogs can identify virus in seconds.

The Guardian Shared .

Almost 10,000 people contracting Covid-19 every day, says Matt HancockMatt Hancock said the number was ‘too high’ but not as bad as the ‘100,000’ there were during the peak of the virus in spring.

Metro Shared .

Fifteen new Covid-19 cases confirmed in SomersetSeven cases were confirmed in Mendip, four cases were confirmed in Sedgemoor and two were confirmed in both South Somerset and Somerset West and Taunton in the latest 24 hour period to 5pm on Tuesday.

Chard & Ilminster News Shared .

Coronavirus outbreak at office block sees 18 people infectedCases jumped from five to 10 in two days from September 16 to September 18, Crown Oil bosses confirmed.

Manchester Evening News Shared .

Is it possible to predict how sick someone could get from Covid-19?Nicola Davis takes a look at the researchers attempting to rapidly work out how to predict who is going to get very sick.

The Guardian Shared .

Turning Point 2020Predawn light. Sept. 20, 2020 A few things in the election campaign need doing before turning toward home.

Journey Home Shared .

The Reader: Crack down on passengers who dona€™t wear masksI was pleased to read in today’s Standard that the Mayor is urging tougher action against passengers without masks on the Tube.

Evening Standard Shared .

Further Covid-19 cases confirmed on Rosneath peninsulaA TOTAL of 34 cases of Covid-19 have now been confirmed on the Rosneath peninsula, NHS Highland has announced.

Helensburgh Advertiser Shared .

G For Guam& Oh, Wait. It's G For Goodbye 2020 Travel Plans.Photo by HUANG April 9, 2020 Flights? Booked in 2019. Hotel accommodations? Reserved in 2019.

BirthdayABCs Shared .

Covid-19: The fatal attraction of herd immunityScientists are in dispute.1 There is nothing new in this. Debate is to be encouraged—truth is nuanced2—except that the debate comes at a critical moment in the response to covid-19.3 It is a debate being played out in most countries and is simply this: what is the best strategy for the second surge in covid-19 infections?

The BMJ Shared .

UK to host ‘human challenge' trials for COVID-19 vaccinesIn January, volunteers will be deliberately infected with coronavirus to test effectiveness of vaccine candidates.

Al Jazeera Shared .

1203 नए मरीज, राज्य में पॉजिटिव मरीजों का आंकड़ा पहुंचा 174266Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in.

Sathi Bihar Shared .

FTSE falls, Cineworld tumbles as Covid-19 resurgence weighsCovid-19 cases jump by a quarter in a day, prompting fears of stricter UK restrictions.

Citywire Shared .

'Only 10%' of Londoners asked to trial Covid app actually activated itOnly about one in 10 Londoners asked to help trial the new version of the NHS covid tracker app chose to activate it, figures suggested today.

Evening Standard Shared .

Can London take the stress of another six months of WFH?There's a Rule of Six that the Government does not appear to have considered with this week's new flurry of mini-lockdowns.

Evening Standard Shared .

Bezos' Amazon sells bleach as coronavirus 'medicine'This 30 April 2020 video from Canada says about itself: Amazon workers slam warehouse conditions Workers for online retail giant Amazon say the company is not protecting staff from the spread of the coronavirus.

Dear Kitty. Some Blog Shared .

How the COVID-19 tracking app works in LincolnshireThe NHS COVID-19 app is available to download for iPhones and for Android phones and uses your postcode district to alert you of the risk level in your area.

The Lincolnite Shared .

Bake Off 2020: Matt Lucas's Boris Johnson sketch 200 Ofcom complaintsGreat British Bake Off 2020: Matt Lucas's Boris Johnson sketch hits a nerve as over 200 critics actually took time to complain to Ofcom.

Metro Shared .

One in five UK adults say they're unlikely to get coronavirus vaccineUniversity College London study reveals worrying level of Covid-19 misinformation among the public and fears that “lack any basis in fact”, authors say.

Evening Standard Shared .

Coronavirus UK: Traffic-light system being considered for lockdownsA traffic light system is being considered for all areas of England, to keep track of local outbreaks and help decide where lockdowns are needed.

Metro Shared .

Headteachers ‘lose faith in the Government over exams'School leaders have lost faith in the government's ability to come up with a credible alternative to holding exams next year, a leading headteacher said today.

Evening Standard Shared .

How to look after your mental health during the coronavirus pandemicSix months on from the start of lockdown, and with a second wave looking, it’s not surprising that our mental health is suffering.

Metro Shared .

Specs-wearing artist makes noodle bowl face mask to joke about glasses steaming up in PPEJapanese artist Takahiro Shibata has come up with a funny way to poke fun at this ‘new normal’ problem, designing a ramen noodle bowl mask that makes it seem like the broth is creating a tantalising steam.

Metro Shared .

Face masks 'should be compulsory in offices to prevent second wave'But the British Medical Association said it was ‘illogical’ not to have introduced the measures back in the summer when retail and hospitality first reopened, adding that the new restrictions do not go far enough to avoid a second peak.

Metro Shared .

Is the NHS Covid-19 track and trace app compulsory and how do I download it?The long-awaited NHS Covid-19 test and trace app launched today, after many delays.

Metro Shared .

Eastbourne nursing home breached covid-19 PPE guidelinesAn Eastbourne nursing home breached government Personal Protective Equipment guidance, a report has found.

Eastbourne Herald Shared .

Is fast-tracking funds to Foxtel the best way to support the media during COVID?Johan Lidberg, Monash University According to an ABC report, government funds were fast-tracked to Foxtel during the coronavirus pandemic.

Random Thoughts Shared .

COVID-19 and small island nations: what we can learn from New Zealand and IcelandDavid Murdoch, University of Otago and Magnús Gottfreðsson, University of Iceland Despite being at opposite ends of the Earth, Iceland and New Zealand have many similarities.

Random Thoughts Shared .

If JobSeeker was cut, the unemployed would be picking fruit? Why thats not trueF Armstrong Peter Davidson, UNSW I’m not sure which does the most harm: the cut of A$150 per week in JobSeeker payments due this Friday or the sudden and coincidental volley of media reports about unemployed people refusing jobs, including fruit picking.

Random Thoughts Shared .

Google Maps will now show coronavirus outbreaks in your areaGoogle will demonstrate how many cases per 100,000 have been recorded in a particular area.

Evening Standard Shared .

COVID will leave Australia with smaller economy and older population: FrydenbergMichelle Grattan, University of Canberra Josh Frydenberg has painted a sombre picture of the outlook for the Australian economy, saying that by mid next year it is set to be 6% smaller than forecast at the end of last year.

Random Thoughts Shared .

Felixstowe container chaos spells crisis for UK importersThousands of British businesses which rely on transporting and selling imported goods face a potential crisis as Britain's busiest freight port buckles under the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Mail Online Shared .

Hundreds of homeless lives saved by lockdown measures, says studyThe lives of hundreds of homeless people in England may have been saved by the provision of emergency accommodation during the Covid-19 crisis, researchers estimate.

Evening Standard Shared .

Daniel Andrews has flagged a quicker easing of Melbourne's restrictions. But cases are still in the 'red zone'Mary-Louise McLaws, UNSW Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews flagged on Wednesday that metropolitan Melbourne’s restrictions could be eased further than initially planned on Monday September 28.

Random Thoughts Shared .

Eyeing local development: a look at the 3 Australian COVID vaccine candidates to receive a government boostShutterstock Harry Al-Wassiti, Monash University On Sunday, the Australian government announced it would put A$6 million towards the research and development of three local COVID-19 vaccine candidates, via the Medical Research Future Fund.

Random Thoughts Shared .

Coronavirus: 20th-century pandemics show the road to a vaccine is bumpyA now largely forgotten chapter, summer polio outbreaks invoked terror in parents. Today, restrictions on gatherings and movement in the efforts to control Covid-19 have been a huge strain on society, but in the 1950s, parents locked their children in stifling hot buildings during the summer with windows sealed shut because they were terrified...

The Week UK Shared .

Coronavirus live news: global deaths pass 975,000 as Israel plans for stricter lockdownIsrael announces plans for stricter lockdown; Paris to unveil tighter restrictions; Follow the latest updates.

The Guardian Shared .

UK coronavirus live: crisis to cost £317bn this year, says report; Sunak set to unveil new jobs planChancellor announcing plans to support jobs and businesses when furlough scheme runs out.

The Guardian Shared .

Keeping sight of process safety in these challenging timesIn today’s blog, IChemE Safety Centre Director Trish Kerin talks about the importance of continuing to raise awareness of managing major hazards during the pandemic.

IChemE Shared .

Brits enjoy last late night out 'for six months' before 10pm curfew starts todayWednesday night marked the last time the public will be allowed to head out for a late drink or meal in England for at least six months, as part of new measures to reverse surging infection rates.

Metro Shared .

UK coronavirus LIVE: Rishi Sunak to unveil emergency jobs plan as new Covid-19 restrictions come into forceRishi Sunak is set to outline new measures to protect millions of jobs after ministers insisted more needs to be done to support the economy in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

Evening Standard Shared .

Latest coronavirus infection rates across the North East as South Tyneside records 286 casesLatest figures show the Covid-19 infection rate has increased in all seven local authority areas across the region.

ChronicleLive Shared .

The unfolding #COVID-19 pandemic: A probability-based, nationally representative study of #mental health in the U.S.The COVID-19 pandemic is a collective stressor unfolding over time, yet rigorous published empirical studies addressing mental health consequences of COVID-19 among large probability-based national samples are rare.

2Medical.News Shared .

NHS COVID-19 App LaunchesNew app will help fight the spread of coronavirus in Surrey Thursday 24th September 2020 – The NHS Covid-19 app is now available to download for anyone over the age of 16 in England and Wales.

Surrey News Shared .

Aberdeen small business owners 'concerned' as new figures show Covid-19 footfall plungeAberdeen's small business owners have expressed concern over declining customer numbers, as new figures show footfall plunged by more than half during the city's second lockdown.

Press And Journal Shared .

Two A&Es to turn away sick children to make way for Covid patientsSick children will be turned away from A&E at two major London hospitals throughout the winter to enable them to focus on treating adults with covid.

Evening Standard Shared .

Furlough scheme replaced with 'wage top-ups and tax cuts' as Rishi Sunak reveals rescue planFurlough scheme replaced with 'wage top-ups and tax cuts' as Rishi Sunak reveals rescue plan.

Metro Shared .

Capitalist ideas and working class powerHow did socialist Germanys Ministry of State Security replace the Gestapo as the bogeyman to frighten liberals out of their skins?

21centurymanifesto Shared .

Coronavirus: Ministers set to impose hospitality curfewStormont ministers are expected to impose a curfew of 23:00 on NI's hospitality sector when they meet later on Thursday.

BBC Shared .

NHS Covid app will not download on older iPhonesCovid-19 test and trace app won’t work on older iPhones.

Metro Shared .

UK volunteers could be infected with Covid-19 for vaccine testNew trials set to see participants injected with an experimental vaccine and around a month later exposed to Sars-Cov-2.

Evening Standard Shared .

Bringing Down Donald J. Trump Should Include Edgar The BugTimes are uncertain and scary. Donald J. Trump and the Russians are on the offensive.

THE SHINBONE STAR Shared .

London hospitals trial drug that could reduce virus risk in diabeticsLondon hospitals are launching trials of a drug that doctors hope will reduce the risk of people with diabetes becoming seriously ill or dying from coronavirus.

Evening Standard Shared .

Coronavirus: Up to 540,000 'will lose jobs because of new pub rules'The hospitality industry ‘hangs in the balance’ after the prime minister announced a 10pm curfew and ‘table service only’ rule.

Metro Shared .

Covid-19 is changing commercial propertyThe "new normal" is a term readily used to describe the enduring changes COVID-19 has brought to society.

Property Reporter Shared .

Social impact investors call on government to extend coronavirus loans for third sectorBig Society Capital and eight other social investors are calling on the government to extend the deadline for charities and social enterprises to submit applications to the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan.

UK Fundraising Shared .

YouTube expands fact-checking feature for video searches to EuropeYouTube will display information and links from third-party publishers on queries related to issues like elections and the coronavirus pandemic.

CNBC Shared .

Matt Hancock says actual coronavirus cases likely to be as high as 10,000 a dayThe Health Secretary said almost 10,000 people a day are contracting coronavirus and called on people to download the newly-released NHS tracing app to "make the country a safer place"

Mirror Shared .

The Derbyshire areas that have recorded over 70 Covid-19 cases since the pandemic beganData released by Derbyshire County Council has shown how many Covid-19 cases have been identified by "Middle Super Output Areas" since the start of the pandemic - with these areas recording over 70 Covid-19 cases.

Derbyshire Times Shared .

Over 12% of pregnant women presenting at 15 hospitals in Maharashtra infected with coronavirusPregnancy is to some extent an immunocompromised state to protect the fetus. So yes, pregnant women are always at higher risk for infections, just like people on immunosuppression therapy and those with an immunodeficiency, ” says virologist Dr Shahid Jameel, CEO of DBT-Wellcome Trust India Alliance says in email.

Science Chronicle Shared .

How are we going to get through the next six months?Not another six months of this? ” That was the reaction of most of us to this week’s latest COVID-19 announcements wasn’t it.

Faithroots Shared .

Health Secretary says 10,000 a day contracting Covid-19Matt Hancock has said nearly 10,000 people a day are contracting coronavirus in the UK as he urged people to download the newly-released NHS tracing app.

Evening Standard Shared .

NHS Track and Trace: What happened to the original contact tracing app?The original Track and Trace app was abandoned after a series of high-profile gaffes.

Metro Shared .

Covid-19: Rishi Sunak to unveil furlough replacementHere are five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.

BBC Shared .

Coronavirus latest: Israel makes huge lockdown changes in warning for UKCORONAVIRUS is continuing to spread across the world with Israel's lockdown tightened after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned a surge in infections was pushing the nation to 'the edge of the abyss' - a haunting prediction of the UK's fate if cases continue to rise.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Glasgow University: 600 students in isolation after 124 test positiveThe number of infected students at Glasgow University was ‘likely to be : Getty).

Metro Shared .

COVID-19 test before departure  IATAs solution for re-establish global air connectivityThe International Air Transport Association called for the development and deployment of rapid, accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, scalable and systematic COVID-19 testing for all passengers before departure as an alternative to quarantine measures in order to re-establish global air connectivity.

Travel In Your Own Way Shared .

Coronavirus: fifth of people likely to refuse Covid vaccine, UK survey findsSurvey of 70,000 people finds only 49% are ‘very likely' to get vaccine once one is available.

The Guardian Shared .

When could a coronavirus vaccine be available to the public?Coronavirus vaccine trials are taking place around the world, as governments hope a vaccine to stop the virus will be ready for distribution in the coming months.

Evening Standard Shared .

Integrity of Myanmar polls questioned amid conflict, pandemicObservers say conflict, coronavirus lockdown and restrictions to information pose hurdles to electoral process.

Al Jazeera Shared .

Coronavirus latest news:A Operation Moonshot tests could damage economyOperation Moonshot, the Government's plan for population-wide testing, could lead to thousands of people needlessly self-isolating and may damage the economy, a leading statistician has warned.

The Telegraph Shared .

Millions in UK unable to get flu jab as supplies run shortMillions of people were today unable to get a flu jab after supplies run short following Government warnings to get it to avoid a potentially deadly combination of the illness and Covid-19.

Evening Standard Shared .

JobSeeker coronavirus supplement falling by $300 from September 25 as new assets test startsJobSeeker benefits are being slashed by $300 a fortnight from Friday as a new assets test is introduced making the unemployed wait longer if they have more than $5,500 in the bank.

Mail Online Shared .

NHS Covid app launches today after months of delaysBritons will be urged to download the new NHS Covid-19 tracing app, as it launches today following months of delay and questions over its effectiveness.

Metro Shared .

Steve Bell's If… so many tough choices for poor Boris2020 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

The Guardian Shared .

Covid19: Estimated 18% average decline in annual turnover for goods transported by roadBarcelona, September 24, 2020. - The global pandemic of the Coronavirus Covid19 remains, increases its expansion in many countries and does not have a near end.

Transportation & Logistics Software AndSoft: Technology E-TM Shared .

Cameroon Urged Not to Use Covid-19, Terror Law to Quell DissentAuthorities banned demonstrations after the opposition party Cameroon Renaissance Movement called for people to take to the streets if certain conditions are not met before regional elections are h...

THE COMMUNICATOR Shared .

The new coronavirus rules coming into force today explainedWork from home, pubs close early, wear a mask and beware big new fines.

WalesOnline Shared .

Waiting, waiting.The months have drifted by like a stopped clock. You know what I mean? It just needs batteries but its too high to reach.

Endgame Shared .

Paramedics top the list of people Australians want to be first in line to get a coronavirus vaccineThe survey, conducted by the Australian National University, interviewed 3,000 people questioning who they believe should be vaccinated first.

Mail Online Shared .

Coronavirus: 10 NI ambulance workers test positiveThe NI Ambulance Service says it followed the staff members attending "a social event outside of work'."

BBC Shared .

Plastic face shields don't work and let 100% of Covid-19 droplets escape, study warnsA new study has warned that these plastic shields dont work, and can actually allow airborne coronavirus droplets to escape.

Mirror Shared .

Northern Ireland schools return blamed for coronavirus tracking delaysThe reopening of schools has resulted in delays to tracking down people potentially infected with Covid-19, it has emerged.

Belfasttelegraph Shared .

China has almost eliminated Covid-19. What can the world learn?Countries around the world need to work out the right balance between restricting the virus and restricting freedoms.

WIRED UK Shared .

'No need to panic' over new coronavirus rules says Halton Hospital chairmanWITH the number of new Covid-19 cases rising and the number of coronavirus-related admission also on the increase, the chairman of Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has these words for Runcorn and Widnes World readers.

Runcorn And Widnes World Shared .

Female voices 'drowned out' in reporting on Covid-19, report findsAnalysis of stories across six countries including UK found fewer than a fifth of experts quoted on the pandemic were women.

The Guardian Shared .

Users report issues as Covid-19 app launches in England and WalesThe launch of the NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales has exposed problems with the programme, some of which were known about in advance, and some of which will come as a surprise to both the government and users.

The Guardian Shared .

NHS contact tracing app finally launched in England and WalesA coronavirus contact tracing app is today launching across England and Wales in what the Health Secretary has called "an important step forward" in our fight against the "invisible killer".

Evening Standard Shared .

Researchers uncover an active role of glycans in SARS-CoV-2 spike proteinAs the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, researchers are working overtime to develop vaccines and therapies to thwart SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the disease Many efforts focus on the coronavirus spike protein, which binds the enzyme 2 on human cells to allow viral entry.

News Medical Shared .

Google Maps coronavirus layer: How to get data on COVID-19 outbreaks in your areaGOOGLE MAPS can now detail exactly how many coronavirus cases have been recorded in any specific area.

Express.co.uk Shared .

School leaders ‘concerned' about increasing risk of coronavirus in winterSchool leaders in Suffolk have expressed their "concern" over the increasing coronavirus infection rates as we look ahead to the winter.

East Anglian Daily Times Shared .

Covid: Rise in number of patients in intensive care in WalesThere are more patients with Covid-19 in hospital beds, including critical care, NHS figures show.

BBC Shared .

Israeli cabinet tightens coronavirus lockdown as infections climbPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet decided on Thursday to tighten Israel's coronavirus lockdown after he voiced alarm that a surge in infections was pushing the nation to "the edge of the abyss".

U.K. Shared .

Business schools look for lessons on the Covid front lineResearchers are grappling with how to understand and help organisations in the pandemic.

Financial Times Shared .

'Totally awakened': how tragedy has left Italians alert to deadly virusMemory of crammed hospitals lingers in adherence to Covid rules and Italy is faring better than others.

The Guardian Shared .

Covid-19 continues to place 'significant' pressure on council fundsSenior politicians in Cumbria will today address the "extremely challenging" financial situation faced by the county's top tier authority.

News And Star Shared .

All the new coronavirus rules in place in Wales from todayFirst Minister Mark Drakeford has announced a number of new measures as cases rise again.

North Wales Live Shared .

How to download the NHS Covid-19 contact-tracing appContact-tracing app for England and Wales for Android and iPhone is now available, heres how to get it.

The Guardian Shared .

NHS Covid-19 app: how will track and trace work?The new contact tracing app has been introduced to help monitor the spread of coronavirus, but there remains confusion about how it works.

The Telegraph Shared .

NeutrobodyPlex nanobodies help monitor SARS-CoV-2 immune responsesResearchers recently described a set of 11 Nbs derived from an immunized alpaca which showed high-affinity binding to the glycosylated SARS-CoV-2 spike receptor domain in a study published in the preprint server bioRxiv.

News Medical Shared .

Coronavirus: Parties blamed for outbreak as elite Swiss university orders 2,500 students to quarantineIt comes soon after around 500 Dundee students were told to isolate after a suspected COVID outbreak there.

Sky News Shared .

Autonomous Covid-19 cleaning robots deployed at St Pancras stationAn Eco Bot 50 robot cleans and disinfects surfaces simultaneously with an automated scrubber dryer at St Pancras International, London.

Metro.co.uk Shared .

Covid: Drefach sports club 'deeply sorry' for outbreakFourteen coronavirus cases were linked to an awards ceremony at Drefach Cricket and Football Club.

BBC Shared .

Coronavirus: Eddie Lynch says care home visits must continueOlder people's commissioner wants family contact maintained as care home visits are restricted.

BBC Shared .

Coronavirus: what you need to know on Thursday, September 24At Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Johnson was repeatedly challenged about the looming prospect of support being withdrawn from firms and workers despite the prospect of the latest restrictions being in place for six months.

The Northern Echo Shared .

How Covid-19 has Changed Our Everyday LivesOkay, I have already written a blog on Covid-19. However, the pandemic is still going with over 5.2 million cases in India.

TheUpdatedMen Shared .

NHS coronavirus app: Is it safe, will it actually work on my phone and will it ruin my battery? All your concerns answeredThe latest breaking news, comment and features from The Independent.

The Independent Shared .

University students 'face Christmas on campus' to stop spread of coronavirusNick Hillman, director of the Higher Education Policy Unit, said it is just "another" on the "long list of sacrifices" people will have to make to fight the spread of coronavirus.

Mirror Shared .

NHS COVID-19 app tracker: Can the Government track where you are with track and trace app?THE NEW NHS COVID-19 app launched across England and Wales today, Thursday, September 24. But can the Government use it to track where you are and is the app safe to use?

Express.co.uk Shared .

Hertfordshire coronavirus: Asda introduces Covid-19 marshals in rules crackdown after Boris Johnson speechThe move comes after Boris Johnson's address to the nation where he said the country must pull together if it is to curb the recent spike in positive Covid-19 cases.

HertsLive Shared .

Leicestershire's 'patient zero' didn't realise they had Covid-19But there's no evidence anyone they encountered in a public place went on to develop coronavirus.

LeicestershireLive Shared .

UK coronavirus live: government to support wages and help firms employ people on shorter hoursChancellor announces financial support measures with ‘primary goal to support people's jobs'

The Guardian Shared .

Jack Osbourne says two of his daughters caught Covid-19 by taking sip of shared drinkFormer reality TV star Jack Osbourne has revealed that two of his daughters have Covid-19 as his mum Sharon Osbourne has gone into self-isolation.

Mirror Shared .

One in four businesses report loss in productivity as employees work from home during COVIDA study has found Australian firms that did not adopt new technologies or help staff transition to remote work during the coronavirus pandemic saw a drop in productivity.

Mail Online Shared .

Now what? by Ruth Neuwald FalconOther than finding headlines for tonight, I have stayed away from reading the news for the last day.

Ruth Neuwald Falcon Shared .

Is the UK ready for a Covid second wave?From hospitals to care homes to community testing, the first wave of Covid-19 infections was met with unprecedented national efforts but also with panic, errors and delays.

The Guardian Shared .

The COVID-19 scam you MUST avoid: Fraudsters pretend to be contact tracers in worrying new racket as $3.3million is swindled from Australians since thFake SMS messages warn innocent Australians that a possible coronavirus case has been detected in their neighbourhood.

Mail Online Shared .

Covid-19: UK volunteers could be given virus to test vaccine'Human challenge trials' to test the effectiveness of possible Covid vaccines may be held in London.

BBC Shared .

Coronavirus: SAGE experts tell students they should stay at university over ChristmasThe warnings are expected to be published in the latest minutes from meetings of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies.

Mail Online Shared .

Lockdown as UK faces realityA of BrexitWe'd been counting on Brexit to cheer us up'

Financial Times Shared .

Fourth Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating COVID-19 vaccine begins in the U.S.A fourth Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating an investigational vaccine for coronavirus disease 2019 has begun enrolling adult volunteers.

News Medical Shared .

No murder charge in Taylor deathTwo Louisville police officers were shot in the violence after the grand jurys report. They are expected to survive and a suspect is in custody.

ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE Shared .

New model provides district-based forecast of COVID-19 infectionsNeuroinformatics scientists at Osnabrück University and data specialists at Forschungszentrum Jülich are releasing new model results daily to forecast COVID-19 infections.

News Medical Shared .

Study finds no link between SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy and complications in neonatesIn a new study published in the esteemed journal JAMA researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital have examined the association between a positive SARS-CoV-2 test during pregnancy and complications in mothers and their newborn babies.

News Medical Shared .

Coronavirus Update: FDA Authorizes First Point-of-Care Antibody Test for COVID-19Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the first serology point-of-care test for COVID-19.

U.S. Food And Drug Administration Shared .

The testing centre runneth overToday I ran past the old hospital in town. Its been recently converted to a COVID-19 testing centre.

Dead Rabbit March Shared .

What is the new furlough scheme replacement?Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the launch of a new ‘Job Support Scheme’, just months after he said that furlough will not be extended after it ends on October 31.

Metro Shared .

Halloween Masks at Five Below, September 11, 2020The stores are stocking up for Halloween complete with bulk candy, costumes, and spooky decorations.

Sagittarius Dolly Shared .

Coronavirus UK: Theatres must reopen to save industry, say starsThe Commons culture select committee urged ministers to use the pause created by the latest Covid-19 restrictions to take steps to enable venues to plan a return of audiences to full capacity.

Mail Online Shared .

Most people with COVID-19 develop symptoms, study saysA new study by researchers at the University of Bern and published in the journal PLOS Medicine reports that while some people never experience any symptoms, most of those infected with the novel coronavirus do develop symptoms.

News Medical Shared .

Covid 19 is a swift changing virus.COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving virus creating unusual situations as to why we need to stay informed of whats doing next.

The Novel: UnHoly Pursuit: Devil On My Trail Shared .

COVID in the HallwaysCOVID-19 has not only changed lives, it has changed the world. As students begin to return to classrooms, “many face a profoundly altered experience, where sitting next to a friend on a long bus ride or unmasking at a busy table in the cafeteria carries a heightened level of risk, ” as New York Times writers Adam Wren and Dan Levin say.

The Raiyana Files Shared .

Nick Cave and The Bad SeedsNick Cave and The Bad Seeds / Weyes Blood Nick Cave is now forever associated with disasters for me. I was supposed to see him in 2001 about a week after 9/11 but he cancelled that tour. Now, I had a ticket to see him and Coronavirus made him cancel this&.

I Just Read About That… Shared .

Coronavirus: UK lacking leadership, says ex-civil service headMinisters have "over-promised and under-delivered", former civil service head Lord O'Donnell says.

BBC Shared .

Elegant, efficient way to find recombinant SARS-CoV-2 viruses from >85,000 genomesThe low divergence of near-identical genomes that are sequenced in short periods presents a statistical challenge that is not addressed by methods available currently.

News Medical Shared .

Sunak to unveil 'winter plan' to support economy amid Covid-19 crisisRishi Sunak is set to unveil a plan aimed at minimising further unemployment as stricter coronavirus restrictions come into force.

Evening Standard Shared .

Number of staff at Greggs production hub test positive for coronavirus a€“ but firm says sausage roll production will NOT be affectedThe bakery chain has rushed to reassure its customers that supplies should not be affected due to a large reserve of frozen stock in Newcastle.

Mail Online Shared .

Covid-19: Sunak set to unveil emergency jobs schemeThe chancellor is expected to announce new measures to replace the furlough scheme which expires next month.

BBC Shared .

How families are keeping Halloween from turning into a COVID nightmareFor Laura Stoutingburg and her family, Halloween has always been a monthlong celebration of corn mazes, pumpkin patches and, of course, trick-or-treating in their suburban Denver neighborhood.

News Medical Shared .

'Distressed' Dr. Deborah Birx questions how long she can remain on coronavirus taskforce telling friends her role has been diminished and the situatio'Distressed' Dr. Deborah Birx questions how long she can remain on coronavirus taskforce telling friends her role has been diminished and the situation is a nightmare.

Mail Online Shared .

Study on domestic cats and dogs in COVID-19+ householdsA recent survey conducted by a team of scientists from France reveals that pets living with confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 patients have a high prevalence of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 antibodies.

News Medical Shared .

PM: ‘Climate action cannot be another victim of coronavirus'PM Boris Johnson will address a UN Climate Action Roundtable hosted by the UN Secretary-General.

GOV.UK Shared .

New T-cell-based vaccine strategy provides broader protection against seasonal influenzaAs Americans begin pulling up their sleeves for an annual flu vaccine, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have provided new insights into an alternative vaccine approach that provides broader protection against seasonal influenza.

News Medical Shared .

Jack Osbourne says two of three daughters caught COVID-19: 'My house has had a corona outbreak'Speaking with hosts AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke on the Pretty Messed Up podcast on iHeart, the 34-year-old reality star said that two of his three daughters have caught the coronavirus.

Mail Online Shared .

NHS COVID-19 app launches across England and WalesNHS COVID-19 app launches nationwide to help control COVID-19 transmission alongside national and local contact tracing.

GOV.UK Shared .

Covid-19: Birmingham football team must play despite positive resultA non-league football team said they were angry at facing a £400 fine for not playing their next match despite a player testing positive for Covid-19.

BBC Shared .

A third of close contacts of people with coronavirus in Dorset NOT being tracedFewer than two-thirds of close contacts of people with coronavirus in Dorset are being reached through the test and trace regime, figures suggest.

Dorset Echo Shared .

Heroes in Harm's Way: Covid-19 show sparks sexism debate in China"Heroes in Harm's Way" premiered on China's flagship TV channel, CCTV-1, on 17 September. It aired during primetime, and promised to be the first TV drama "based on real life stories" about front-line workers in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, the site of the first coronavirus outbreak.

BBC Shared .

Google Maps will show data on coronavirus outbreaks in your regionGoogle Maps has added a new layer showing COVID-19 outbreaks in a region. A seven-day average new infections for the area will appear, with a label showing if cases are trending up or down.

Mail Online Shared .

No discernable difference in SARS-CoV-2 viral loads of young children versus older children and adultsSharline Madera et al., in a recent medRxiv* preprint paper, show a detailed investigation of viral nucleic acid among young children and adults, involving over 5,000 cases confirmed by RT-PCR assay.

News Medical Shared .

Daily Update: September 23Betas aftermath, Supreme Court Justice, COVID-19 Fall surge, Election 2020, Breonna Taylor, and more for 9/23.

The National Outreach Shared .

28 y/o woman, 2nd yr MD resident treating ER patients, dies of COVID-19: People. Disaster looms if you don't vote.EM of SARS-COV-2 from Groopman lab A 28 year-old second-year resident at a hospital in Houston fell ill with COVID-19 and was taken to the emergency room on July 8, 2020.

Conrad Theodore Seitz Shared .