After removal they were first placed in 'passive storage' - this meant being kept in sealed polyethylene bags for small objects including wooden parts, leather and textiles to preserve their moisture while larger pieces were put in unsealed water tanks. … [Read more...] about King Henry VIII’s Mary Rose gets a £25,000 cash injection from Historic England to stop the iconic warship from falling into disrepair as income from visitors dries up during lockdown
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4. Lucy Maud Montgomery The Canadian author is well known for her Anne of Green Gables series of novels, which gained an international following and were translated into about 20 languages. The first of these books was published in 1908, with many following in the series about an orphaned redhead from Prince Edward Island. According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, Montgomery published a total of 22 novels and books of short stories during her life, as well as a book of poetry, an autobiography, and numerous stories and articles in magazines. … [Read more...] about Canada to feature woman on bank note: seven top candidates
South Korea has monitored credit card transactions, CCTV footage and mobile phone locations Singapore has used police investigations and detective work to piece together where people have been Norway has seen only one in five people actively use its contact tracing app. Privacy concerns were raised, with users' data stored on a central database Austria was the first country to roll out a decentralised app. Operated by the Red Cross, users have the option of manually controlling when matches take place Iceland saw 40% of the population download its app - one of the highest rates anywhere - but says manual tracing has proved just as important LOCKDOWN UPDATE: What's changing, where? EXERCISE: What are the guidelines on getting out? THE R NUMBER: What it means and why it matters AIR TRAVELLERS: The new quarantine rules LOOK-UP TOOL: How many cases in your area? … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?