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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Coronavirus: UK 'on knife edge' ahead of lockdown easing, scientist warns
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK 'on knife edge' ahead of lockdown easing, scientist warns A government scientist says he is "worried" about a surge in cases when pubs and restaurants reopen. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No new Covid deaths in Scotland for third consecutive day
BBC News: Coronavirus: No new Covid deaths in Scotland for third consecutive day The figures show no new deaths from Covid-19 have been recorded in Scotland since Thursday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tests plea for Anglesey and Wrexham factory staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tests plea for Anglesey and Wrexham factory staff Council and health officials call on staff to come forward after colleagues test positive at two plants. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Leicester 'could be locked down' says home secretary
BBC News: Coronavirus: Leicester 'could be locked down' says home secretary Priti Patel says it is "correct" that the government is considering the move. Continue reading.
Will Coronavirus change the face of weddings for years to come?
Will Coronavirus change the face of weddings for years to come? Two Suffolk wedding experts explain why more intimate nuptials may be the way forward – and how these are being made as safe as possible .
Coronavirus: PM 'will not return to austerity of 10 years ago'
BBC News: Coronavirus: PM 'will not return to austerity of 10 years ago' Boris Johnson is to set out his plans for a post-Covid economic recovery in a speech next week. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Will pop-up bike lanes keep new cyclists on the road?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Will pop-up bike lanes keep new cyclists on the road? Campaigners say routes need to be made safer to keep new cyclists on the roads as lockdown is eased. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The foods we are all eating during lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: The foods we are all eating during lockdown During the coronavirus lockdown our eating habits have changed, so who has been benefiting from it? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Children may have been radicalised in lockdown'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Children may have been radicalised in lockdown' With more time spent online, police say the risk of radicalisation has increased for some children. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Expert says Scotland 'could be Covid-free by end of summer'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Expert says Scotland 'could be Covid-free by end of summer' Prof Devi Sridhar says the country could eliminate the coronavirus if the decline in new cases continues. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Concern over Wales' test results turnaround
BBC News: Coronavirus: Concern over Wales' test results turnaround Opposition parties' concern as figures show the speed of processing coronavirus tests has declined in Wales. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Girl with cerebral palsy dances in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Girl with cerebral palsy dances in lockdown A girl with cerebral palsy has been dancing at home after coronavirus stopped her classes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus and psychiatric hospitals: 'Staff are scared, patients are scared'
BBC News: Coronavirus and psychiatric hospitals: 'Staff are scared, patients are scared' How the pandemic has impacted those living and working in one of England's psychiatric hospitals. Continue reading.
Jack Leach: England spinner on Jofra Archer, coronavirus and Headingley
BBC Sport: Jack Leach: England spinner on Jofra Archer, coronavirus and Headingley Having to deal with the noise of Jofra Archer's gaming is a nice problem for Jack Leach, given the serious illness the England spinner endured over the winter. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No decision on Wales' overseas travel restrictions
BBC News: Coronavirus: No decision on Wales' overseas travel restrictions People in England will be able to travel to some European countries without the need to quarantine. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Holiday bookings 'explode' as travel restrictions ease
BBC News: Coronavirus: Holiday bookings 'explode' as travel restrictions ease Britons will be able to visit some European countries without self-isolating on their return. Continue reading.
‘More idiotic rubbish’: Ryanair trashes UK’s ‘air bridge’ plan, calls for scrapping Covid-19 restrictions
RT: ‘More idiotic rubbish’: Ryanair trashes UK’s ‘air bridge’ plan, calls for scrapping Covid-19 restrictions Ryanair, Europe’s biggest low-cost airline, has blasted the UK’s plan to relax anti-coronavirus measures through establishing so-called air bridges with certain countries, calling quarantine altogether “useless. ” The plan will exempt travelers from the mandatory two-week quarantine. A full list of countries is set to be unveiled by the British government next week, and it is expected to include France, Greece and Spain.
No new coronavirus deaths for second day in a row
BBC News: No new coronavirus deaths for second day in a row The latest figures show no deaths of people who tested positive for coronavirus in Scotland for a second day running. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cardiff Bay illegal gathering dispersed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Cardiff Bay illegal gathering dispersed It is the second large gathering in Cardiff Bay in as many days. Continue reading.
Ipswich restaurant Casablanca closes after devastating impact of coronavirus
Ipswich restaurant Casablanca closes after devastating impact of coronavirus. A popular Ipswich restaurant said it has been “battered and bruised” by the coronavirus pandemic as it closes its doors for the final time. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Man, 73, finishes 1,000-mile lockdown run
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man, 73, finishes 1,000-mile lockdown run Dic Evans actually ran 1,011 miles with a ceremonial finish, flanked by fellow runners. Continue reading.
Veterans on frontline tackling coronavirus
Veterans on frontline tackling coronavirus. Veterans are providing vital skills across a range of projects to help the country tackle the current coronavirus outbreak. From helping to build Nightingale Hospitals to delivering essential supplies to those who are shielding, they have helped thousands of people across the country.
Coronavirus: Edinburgh parents brand school trip cancellation 'premature'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Edinburgh parents brand school trip cancellation 'premature' City of Edinburgh Council has cancelled a P7 residential trip in December due to coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown: Why can't some businesses reopen in England yet?
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown: Why can't some businesses reopen in England yet? Changes to England's lockdown have sparked questions over what opens and what must stay shut. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Barnardo's declares fostering 'crisis' in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Barnardo's declares fostering 'crisis' in lockdown Children's charity Barnardo's sees a rise in referrals but a bigger fall in carers during lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Easing of lockdown sparks rise in litter in Wales
BBC News: Coronavirus: Easing of lockdown sparks rise in litter in Wales Piles of rubbish left by large crowds at tourist spots in Wales have sparked outrage and concern. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: More care urged for pregnant BAME patients
BBC News: Coronavirus: More care urged for pregnant BAME patients Maternity units in England are being asked to provide more checks and support during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Armed forces praised for 'versatility' in pandemic
BBC News: Coronavirus: Armed forces praised for 'versatility' in pandemic Tributes are paid to veterans and serving military personnel as the nation marks Armed Forces Day. Continue reading.
Liverpool: Crowds gather again despite coronavirus fears
BBC Sport: Liverpool: Crowds gather again despite coronavirus fears Mayor Joe Anderson says it is "disappointing" to see so many supporters ignore advice to stay home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK to open up European holidays from 6 July
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK to open up European holidays from 6 July People returning from certain destinations will not have to quarantine, the government confirms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Southwold asks tourists to help them 'rebuild'
A warning becomes a welcome in Southwold, Suffolk, as it gears up for the return of tourists. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Wife of man who died aged 35 is pregnant
BBC News: Coronavirus: Wife of man who died aged 35 is pregnant Chinedu Ekwunife's wife says he was in intensive care when he learned she was expecting a child. Continue reading.
Travelers Championship: Denny McCarthy withdraws after testing positive for coronavirus
BBC Sport: Travelers Championship: Denny McCarthy withdraws after testing positive for coronavirus Denny McCarthy withdraws from the Travelers Championship before the start of the second round after testing positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Wife of man who died aged 35 is pregnant
Chinedu Ekwunife was told his wife was expecting their second child while he was in intensive care. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Covid-1984 watch? London police face backlash for using PATROL TOWERS to enforce social distancing
RT: Covid-1984 watch? London police face backlash for using PATROL TOWERS to enforce social distancing London police have reportedly installed “watchtowers” on Oxford Street to monitor adherence to two-meter social distancing rules, prompting social media users to make comparisons with “concentration camps” and “dystopian” novels. Luke Johnson, a British entrepreneur, shared a picture of the new installations on Friday, raising eyebrows among Brits who questioned whether it was an appropriate way to spend taxpayer money.
Coronavirus: Tsar says PPE shortage crisis is over
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tsar says PPE shortage crisis is over Lord Deighton admits there were "big problems" up to a month ago getting protective kit to NHS staff. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Zoom calls reunite prisoners with families
BBC News: Coronavirus: Zoom calls reunite prisoners with families Inmates at Maghaberry Prison are getting video calls after coronavirus halted traditional visits. Continue reading.
NBA: 16 players test positive for coronavirus from 302 tests
BBC Sport: NBA: 16 players test positive for coronavirus from 302 tests Sixteen NBA players have tested positive for coronavirus, with the season set to resume on 30 July in Florida. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Second national lockdown not needed - Neil Ferguson
BBC News: Coronavirus: Second national lockdown not needed - Neil Ferguson Prof Neil Ferguson tells the BBC he expects to see a targeted approach to tackling local outbreaks. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'The sheer amount of beach rubbish is colossal'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'The sheer amount of beach rubbish is colossal' Great Yarmouth's seafront was covered in plastic, toys, and broken glass long after the crowds left. Continue reading.
Goran Ivanisevic: Novak Djokovic's coach has coronavirus
BBC Sport: Goran Ivanisevic: Novak Djokovic's coach has coronavirus Novak Djokovic's coach Goran Ivanisevic is the latest person involved with the world number one's Adria Tour to test positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Scotland 'not far away' from eliminating coronavirus
BBC News: Scotland 'not far away' from eliminating coronavirus First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says there were no deaths from confirmed cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. Continue reading.
Liverpool: Mayor fears Covid-19 spike over Anfield fan gathering
BBC News: Liverpool: Mayor fears Covid-19 spike over Anfield fan gathering Joe Anderson says it was "disappointing" to see so many Liverpool fans ignore official advice. Continue reading.
Coronavirus death rate falling in hospitals
BBC News: Coronavirus death rate falling in hospitals Researchers at the University of Oxford identified the pattern in hospital case data for England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus ‘final nail in the coffin’ for Bounce trampoline park
Coronavirus ‘final nail in the coffin’ for Bounce trampoline park. Coronavirus was “the final nail in the coffin” for a trampoline park and a soft play centre in Ipswich, and the owners have now appointed administrators. Continue reading.
We’ve been left to use our own common sense over coronavirus but how when we have no experience?
We’ve been left to use our own common sense over coronavirus but how when we have no experience? Sometimes, when out on a walk, my dog will eat grass, writes Angus Williams. Continue reading.
Covid-19 lockdown creates a false sense of wealth
Covid-19 lockdown creates a false sense of wealth. Hot tub sales have surged during lockdown, says Peter Sharkey, as average household spending falls by more than a fifth. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What could local lockdowns look like in England?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What could local lockdowns look like in England? Parts of the country could introduce them if cases of Covid-19 spike, but how might they work? Continue reading.
Children self-isolate after primary school pupil tests positive for coronavirus
Children self-isolate after primary school pupil tests positive for coronavirus. A ‘bubble’ of up to 15 students have been sent home from Exning Primary School in Newmarket after a child tested positive for Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ministers 'reluctant' to close beaches over crowds
BBC News: Coronavirus: Ministers 'reluctant' to close beaches over crowds Environment Secretary George Eustice appeals for sun seekers to observe distancing rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Taxi drivers 'unprotected' against Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: Taxi drivers 'unprotected' against Covid-19 Industry leaders say they have been working without "adequate protection and guidance". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Singapore bans Britons for lockdown 'bar crawl'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Singapore bans Britons for lockdown 'bar crawl' The men, who visited three bars in 45 minutes, have been banned from working in Singapore. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Volunteers wanted for antibody test trials
BBC News: Coronavirus: Volunteers wanted for antibody test trials NHS and public service volunteers are being recruited across England for an antibody test study. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care home probed over 15 deaths rated 'inadequate'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care home probed over 15 deaths rated 'inadequate' Inspectors find serious failings at a Kettering home closed after deaths during the Covid-19 outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Most children 'experience only mild disease'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Most children 'experience only mild disease' A study of nearly 600 children across Europe reports only four deaths and mainly mild symptoms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 70% of BAME pharmacists have had no risk assessment - survey
BBC News: Coronavirus: 70% of BAME pharmacists have had no risk assessment - survey The Royal Pharmaceutical Society says the findings of its survey are "shocking". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Five-stage 'roadmap' for performing arts return unveiled
BBC News: Coronavirus: Five-stage 'roadmap' for performing arts return unveiled The "phased return" will initially let performances take place outdoors, with indoors events later. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'More than £2.5m' possible loss for cancelled holidays and events
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'More than £2. 5m' possible loss for cancelled holidays and events Trading standards officers in Wales say complaints are up 200% after the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: We're taking pandemic seriously, says beauty firm
BBC News: Coronavirus: We're taking pandemic seriously, says beauty firm Skin care company Dermalogica is calling on the UK government to announce an opening date for salons. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police fear disorder as lockdown eases
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police fear disorder as lockdown eases Months of restrictions, warm weather and alcohol are thought to have created a perfect storm for unrest. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Visits to care homes in Scotland to resume in July
BBC News: Coronavirus: Visits to care homes in Scotland to resume in July Scottish care homes will be allowed to admit visitors from 3 July provided they are free from coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Prof Chris Whitty warns public over gatherings in hot weather
BBC News: Coronavirus: Prof Chris Whitty warns public over gatherings in hot weather The UK's chief medical adviser says coronavirus cases will rise if people ignore social distancing. Continue reading.
165 workers test positive for Covid-19, as major outbreak hits meat factory in England
RT: 165 workers test positive for Covid-19, as major outbreak hits meat factory in England A mass outbreak of coronavirus has struck a meat factory in West Yorkshire, England with a total of 165 employees testing positive for Covid-19, the local council confirmed on Thursday. The first cases of the deadly virus at Kober factory in Cleckheaton – a supplier to Asda, the major UK supermarket – were confirmed by Health Secretary Matt Hancock earlier this week. The food factory had closed on June 18, but reopened once again on Tuesday.
Coronavirus: New laws to ease outdoor drinking and dining rules
BBC News: Coronavirus: New laws to ease outdoor drinking and dining rules Pubs and restaurants will more easily be able to get "pavement licences" under plans to boost hospitality. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 165 cases at Kober meat factory
BBC News: Coronavirus: 165 cases at Kober meat factory Asda said the site had reduced capacity and healthy staff could return to the West Yorkshire factory. Continue reading.
Jofra Archer joins England training camp after negative coronavirus test
BBC Sport: Jofra Archer joins England training camp after negative coronavirus test Jofra Archer will join England's training group in Southampton later on Thursday after testing negative for coronavirus. Continue reading.
No new coronavirus-related deaths reported in Suffolk and north Essex
No new coronavirus-related deaths reported in Suffolk and north Essex. Hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex have reported no new deaths of patients being treated for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Driving lessons to resume in England from 4 July
BBC News: Coronavirus: Driving lessons to resume in England from 4 July Instructors will receive guidance on how to restart work safely, Jacob Rees-Mogg tells the Commons. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tracers ask over 100,000 to self-isolate
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tracers ask over 100,000 to self-isolate The close contacts of people who test positive are being traced by new NHS service in England. Continue reading.
Michael Rosen: Children's author back home after coronavirus fight
BBC News: Michael Rosen: Children's author back home after coronavirus fight The former Children's Laureate thanks NHS staff for getting him "from horizontal to hobbling". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Thousands flock to Dorset coast in heatwave
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thousands flock to Dorset coast in heatwave Tens of thousands of people flock to the Dorset coast as temperatures soar, sparking warnings. Continue reading.
Suffolk haulage firm goes into liquidation owing £175,000 because of coronavirus
Suffolk haulage firm goes into liquidation owing £175,000 because of coronavirus. A Great Blakenham haulage firm has gone into administration owing more than £175,000 due to Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'When lockdown ends, I can cuddle my wife again'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'When lockdown ends, I can cuddle my wife again' Roger Clarke cannot visit his wife, who has dementia, as she lives in a nursing home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Warning over antibody tests and Royal Mail to cut jobs
BBC News: Coronavirus: Warning over antibody tests and Royal Mail to cut jobs Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Young people 'more anxious during lockdown'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Young people 'more anxious during lockdown' The Children of the 90s study looked at the impact of lockdown across two generations. Continue reading.
Tragedy as dad, 35, with unborn baby on the way dies from coronavirus
Tragedy as dad, 35, with unborn baby on the way dies from coronavirus. A “brilliant” software engineer has died after spending more than two months battling coronavirus in intensive care at Ipswich Hospital - leaving behind a wife, daughter and unborn child. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Community shop 'heroes' keep villagers going
BBC News: Coronavirus: Community shop 'heroes' keep villagers going Volunteers Ann and John O'Leary have made 200 deliveries to self-isolating residents in lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Girl, 10, calls on footballers to help in keepy-uppy challenge
BBC News: Coronavirus: Girl, 10, calls on footballers to help in keepy-uppy challenge Imogen Heidel-Papworth wants help to reach her 7. 1 million kick-up challenge for charity. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Diane Dodds to urge executive to reduce 2m rule
BBC News: Coronavirus: Diane Dodds to urge executive to reduce 2m rule The economy minister wants social distancing rules changed in order to help NI businesses operate. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Armed officers' sent to check Cornwall holiday let
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Armed officers' sent to check Cornwall holiday let Shaun Pritchard says he has complained to the police watchdog about the "alarming" incident. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Disabled woman's home a 'cell' in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Disabled woman's home a 'cell' in lockdown Carol Cray, 65, says she has not been able to leave her home since lockdown began. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Researchers to trial salt water as Covid-19 treatment
BBC News: Coronavirus: Researchers to trial salt water as Covid-19 treatment Previous research suggest the homemade remedy can help reduce symptoms of a common cold. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tales from the key worker sharp end
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tales from the key worker sharp end During the pandemic, the UK has relied on an army of low-waged key workers. Their diaries reveal the sacrifices they have made. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Antibody test lacks 'proper assessment'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Antibody test lacks 'proper assessment' The tests could waste scarce NHS resources, a group of senior academics is warning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK councils fear bankruptcy amid Covid-19 costs
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK councils fear bankruptcy amid Covid-19 costs A BBC investigation reveals the scale of the financial challenges facing local authorities. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Young carers say they can't get a break
BBC News: Coronavirus: Young carers say they can't get a break School closures hit young carers hard, with a lack of routine increasing pressure at home, says study. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How Brixton is waking up from 'lockdown coma'
BBC News: Coronavirus: How Brixton is waking up from 'lockdown coma' From an excited pub manager's overloaded booking site, to a downbeat barber on universal credit in Brixton. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Women make up two-thirds of cases in Wales
BBC News: Coronavirus: Women make up two-thirds of cases in Wales More women in the nursing and care professions could explain the figures in Wales, a senior nurse says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Vaccine volunteers begin to get immunised
BBC News: Coronavirus: Vaccine volunteers begin to get immunised Kathy is one of about 300 people who will be immunised to help find a vaccine for Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tata Steel in government talks amid bailout reports
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tata Steel in government talks amid bailout reports The UK's largest steelmaker is reportedly seeking a bailout worth hundreds of millions of pounds. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Human trial of new vaccine begins in UK
BBC News: Coronavirus: Human trial of new vaccine begins in UK Over the coming weeks, 300 healthy people will each be given two doses of the jab. Continue reading.
Covid-19: A brief look back at the government briefings
BBC News: Covid-19: A brief look back at the government briefings Now the daily Downing Street news conferences have ended, here's some of the last three months in a minute. Continue reading.
New York City and Berlin marathons cancelled because of coronavirus pandemic
BBC Sport: New York City and Berlin marathons cancelled because of coronavirus pandemic The New York City and Berlin marathons have been cancelled because of the global coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
No coronavirus related deaths recorded for third consecutive day
No coronavirus related deaths recorded for third consecutive day. Hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex have recorded no coronavirus related deaths for three deaths in a row. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Business owners on furlough, grants and loans
BBC News: Coronavirus: Business owners on furlough, grants and loans Business owners on the help from furlough, grants and loans whether it is enough to help them trade in more normal times. Continue reading.
‘Either stupid or a liar’: Piers Morgan blasts UK business minister Sharma over 240,000 coronavirus tests claim
RT: ‘Either stupid or a liar’: Piers Morgan blasts UK business minister Sharma over 240,000 coronavirus tests claim TV presenter Piers Morgan has accused UK Business Minister Alok Sharma of telling “a bare-faced lie” after claiming 240,000 people were tested for Covid-19 on Monday. The government is currently not providing “people tested” data.
The Apprentice 2020 series postponed by coronavirus
BBC News: The Apprentice 2020 series postponed by coronavirus Highlights of previous boardroom highs and lows will be broadcast later this year instead. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Swissport set to halve its UK workforce
BBC News: Coronavirus: Swissport set to halve its UK workforce More than 4,500 jobs could be lost at the ground handling firm due to coronavirus effects on air travel. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: More than half wait too long for non-Covid tests
BBC News: Coronavirus: More than half wait too long for non-Covid tests A Labour Party analysis of NHS England figures revealed the growing backlog. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Wales: Two metre social distance 'safe way to behave'
BBC News: Coronavirus in Wales: Two metre social distance 'safe way to behave' Mark Drakeford said the original social distancing advice is staying in place in Wales. Continue reading.

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