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Britain's jobs bloodbath continued with hundreds of jobs axed at high street giants WH Smith and M&Co, meaning the number of workers facing redundancy as a result of the Covid crisis is now above 100,000; One of Britain's leading hair loss clinics reported a link between Covid-19 and hair loss after survivors complained the disease caused their locks to fall out in clumps three months after their battle; Ministers batted away calls for face coverings to be worn in schools when they reopen next month after pleas from unions to reconsider the guidance; Delaying quarantine measures at the border was a 'serious mistake' that allowed 10,000 infected people into the UK accelerated the virus spread, a major report by MPs warned. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next … [Read more...] about Britain records another 892 Covid-19 cases as daily average shoots up AGAIN but hospitalisations have yet to spike and deaths continue to drop as officials announce 65 more victims
Coronavirus latest – Nicola Sturgeon has warned a lockdown in Aberdeen could extend to other towns after health officials linked 32 pubs and golf courses to the outbreak in the city. Meanwhile bereaved relatives have described harrowing experiences losing loved ones to Covid-19 in evidence to the new all-party parliamentary group (APPG) for coronavirus – Downing Street was accused of being “asleep at the wheel” and of mounting a “sluggish” response. There is concern the virus may spread more easily in school and summer camp settings than previously understood, after the emergence of new details of outbreaks in the US state of Georgia and in Israel. Donald Trump has again said he believes coronavirus will “go away, sooner rather than later” despite his top public health expert, Anthony Fauci, saying it would take until next year, and mass vaccination, to bring it under control. In Britain, the Runnymede Trust says people from black, Asian … [Read more...] about Thursday briefing: Leaders knew stockpile could ‘blow up all of Beirut’
He said: 'In your first statement you said 'he offered me some cheese and he had a tiny bit I thought it would be funny if I used the cheese for something, I threw it at one boy and then at Karan.' … [Read more...] about ‘I only thought he would get a fever, I’m sorry for what I did’: Teenage pupil who threw cheese at severely allergic boy, 13, causing his death apologises to his parents at inquest
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