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Tougher coronavirus rules in Scotland put pressure on PM

Tougher lockdown rules could work, suggests official data showing Glasgow‘s spike in coronavirus cases was controlled within days of being hit by fresh restrictions. Residents in the city, home to around 600,000 people, and two neighbouring areas were banned from visiting any other households back at the start of September, in a desperate attempt to … Read more Tougher coronavirus rules in Scotland put pressure on PM

Paris faces new coronavirus restrictions

Gatherings of 10 people to be banned in Paris in fresh Covid crackdown – but measures are more relaxed than UK despite France having twice the cases Tougher lockdown measures to be announced in Paris today as Covid cases rise Gatherings of 10 to be banned, along with outdoor sales of alcohol after 8pm  But … Read more Paris faces new coronavirus restrictions

John Legend reveals he and pregnant wife Chrissy Teigen use couples’ therapy

John Legend has revealed he and his wife Chrissy Teigen use couples’ therapy to help strengthen their seven-year marriage.  In a new interview with Cosmopolitan UK, the musician, 41, detailed the secrets to their long-lasting relationship and credited the coronavirus lockdown for allowing him to spend more time with his daughter Luna, four, and son Miles, … Read more John Legend reveals he and pregnant wife Chrissy Teigen use couples’ therapy

Rishi Sunak CANCELS autumn Budget as he prepares new ‘furlough 2.0’ winter economy plan

Rishi Sunak has cancelled plans for a Budget later this year amid fears over the economic impact of a second wave of coronavirus. Questions had already been raised over whether the Chancellor’s set piece autumn announcement, broadly penned in for November, would go ahead. But the Treasury this afternoon confirmed it had been put back … Read more Rishi Sunak CANCELS autumn Budget as he prepares new ‘furlough 2.0’ winter economy plan

Britain will ‘host world’s first Covid-19 vaccine challenge trial’, reports

Britain will ‘host world’s first Covid-19 vaccine challenge trial’: Thousands of volunteers to be deliberately infected with the coronavirus to speed up tests of experimental jabs Controversial trials are said to be set to begin in January at facility in east London Volunteers will be infected with coronavirus a month after receiving a vaccine  But with … Read more Britain will ‘host world’s first Covid-19 vaccine challenge trial’, reports

Kate Garraway reveals she’s suffering from a mystery eye injury

‘It’s really hurting’: Kate Garraway reveals she’s suffering from a mystery eye injury as she confesses she can barely read song names while working on her Smooth Radio show By Joanna Crawley For Mailonline Published: 15:26 BST, 23 September 2020 | Updated: 16:04 BST, 23 September 2020 Kate Garraway has told fans that she is … Read more Kate Garraway reveals she’s suffering from a mystery eye injury

Coronavirus UK: Man in ‘plague doctor’ outfit seen scaring children

The ‘plague doctors’ are back! Police probe creepy 17th Century physician seen scaring children near duck pond – weeks after spate of sightings across UK at start of pandemic Gloucestershire Police want to offer advice on the ‘appropriateness’ of the outfit Mask similar to what doctors wore when treating people with Bubonic Plague Similar sightings … Read more Coronavirus UK: Man in ‘plague doctor’ outfit seen scaring children

Covid-19 restrictions could mean elderly in care homes have no visitors for a YEAR, Age UK warns

FEBRUARY – SAGE scientists warned Government ‘very early on’ about the risk to care homes Britain’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, revealed in April that he and other senior scientists warned politicians ‘very early on’ about the risk COVID-19 posed to care homes.    He said: ‘So very early on we looked at a number … Read more Covid-19 restrictions could mean elderly in care homes have no visitors for a YEAR, Age UK warns

Do tougher rules REALLY work? Glasgow’s coronavirus outbreak has slowed dramatically

Tougher lockdown rules could work, suggests official data showing Glasgow‘s spike in coronavirus cases was controlled within days of being hit by fresh restrictions. Residents in the city, home to around 600,000 people, and two neighbouring areas were banned from visiting any other households back at the start of September, in a desperate attempt to … Read more Do tougher rules REALLY work? Glasgow’s coronavirus outbreak has slowed dramatically

The Bachelor’s Osher Günsberg is mocked by fans for his unusual pronunciation of COVID-19

‘What exactly did he just say?’ The Bachelor host Osher Günsberg is ruthlessly mocked by fans for his unusual pronunciation of COVID-19 By Jabeen Waheed For Daily Mail Australia Published: 13:59 BST, 23 September 2020 | Updated: 14:01 BST, 23 September 2020 He was given the difficult task of informing Locky Gilbert and Irena Srbinovska … Read more The Bachelor’s Osher Günsberg is mocked by fans for his unusual pronunciation of COVID-19