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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.
‘Eyes to the skies!’ – UK RAVERS on why the movement survived Covid-19 and how UFOs are involved
RT: ‘Eyes to the skies! ’ – UK RAVERS on why the movement survived Covid-19 and how UFOs are involved The secretive world of UK raves is a dizzy mix of drugs, mistrust of the authorities and exclusive WhatsApp groups – but what brings it all together is music and nights to remember. Secret locations.
Coronavirus: Airport tests may provide 'early travel quarantine release'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Airport tests may provide 'early travel quarantine release' Companies involved in a trial say testing passengers for coronavirus would be a "win-win". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Review of 2m social distancing rule 'to conclude within days'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Review of 2m social distancing rule 'to conclude within days' Pubs, restaurants and hotels might not survive under the current guidance, industry leaders warn. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Will lockdown change the way we shop forever?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Will lockdown change the way we shop forever? Lockdown has seen people return to independent traders - but will that last? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scam warning over NHS test and trace
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scam warning over NHS test and trace Councils in England and Wales warn people to be on their guard against fraudsters posing as NHS contact tracers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Traffic levels 'now double the lockdown low'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Traffic levels 'now double the lockdown low' The AA says road use could soon be back to normal, but environmentalists want pollution kept down. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lockdown drivers caught travelling up to 140mph
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lockdown drivers caught travelling up to 140mph There is a "rise in the extent" that limits are broken during lockdown, says road safety manager. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Designer develops mobile plastic shield
BBC News: Coronavirus: Designer develops mobile plastic shield A UK plastics company has developed a personal, mobile plastic shield for use during coronavirus. Continue reading.
Nick Watney: Coronavirus positive test forces US golfer out of RBC Heritage
BBC Sport: Nick Watney: Coronavirus positive test forces US golfer out of RBC Heritage US golfer Nick Watney withdraws from the RBC Heritage tournament after testing positive for coronavirus prior to the second round. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Scotland: 'Stay at home' message replaced with 'stay safe'
BBC News: Coronavirus in Scotland: 'Stay at home' message replaced with 'stay safe' The new message has been introduced as Scotland enters the second phase of its lockdown easing plan. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Some Welsh pupils to return to school for three weeks
BBC News: Coronavirus: Some Welsh pupils to return to school for three weeks Children in four Welsh counties will return to school for just three weeks when they return on 29 June. Continue reading.
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp feared coronavirus outbreak could end Premier League title hopes
BBC Sport: Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp feared coronavirus outbreak could end Premier League title hopes Jurgen Klopp feared his Liverpool side would be denied the chance of winning the Premier League title when there were calls for the season to be voided because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: All children in England 'back to school in September'
BBC News: Coronavirus: All children in England 'back to school in September' Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says pupils "in every year group" will return at all schools next term. Continue reading.
Covid-19 cases in care homes lowest since outbreak began – but deaths continue to rise
Covid-19 cases in care homes lowest since outbreak began – but deaths continue to rise. The number of Covid-19 cases in Suffolk’s care homes has reduced for the seventh week in a row as outbreaks decline across the country. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine rules for some countries set to be relaxed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine rules for some countries set to be relaxed Talks are taking place between the UK and a number of European countries, including Portugal. Continue reading.
UK YouTube users more likely to believe coronavirus conspiracy theories, study finds
RT: UK YouTube users more likely to believe coronavirus conspiracy theories, study finds A new survey in the UK has found that people who get their news from YouTube and other social media platforms are more likely to believe in outlandish Covid-19 conspiracy theories. Researchers from King’s College London and Ipsos MORI surveyed 2,254 UK residents aged 16-75 last month, and that those who had broken key lockdown rules were more likely to get their information from social media.
Coronavirus: BAME community fearful over Leicester Covid surge
BBC News: Coronavirus: BAME community fearful over Leicester Covid surge A rise in reported coronavirus cases in "the most deprived area" of Leicester is "worrying". Continue reading.
No new coronavirus-related deaths reported for second consecutive day
No new coronavirus-related deaths reported for second consecutive day. There have been no further deaths of patients being treated for coronavirus in hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex for the second day in a row. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Executive agrees to extend the free school meals scheme
BBC News: Coronavirus: Executive agrees to extend the free school meals scheme Peter Weir says Conor Murphy will make an announcement about covering July and August payments soon. Continue reading.
William and Kate visit Norfolk businesses hit by coronavirus lockdown
BBC News: William and Kate visit Norfolk businesses hit by coronavirus lockdown The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit two independent firms affected by the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Black men TWICE as likely as white men to die from coronavirus in England and Wales, new research reveals
RT: Black men TWICE as likely as white men to die from coronavirus in England and Wales, new research reveals Black men are at the highest risk from Covid-19 in England and Wales, being twice as likely as white males to die of the virus, according to new data covering the peak of the pandemic. Figures by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Friday, based on Covid-19-related deaths registered between March 2 and May 15, show stark disparities in the impact of the virus on different ethnic groups. Mortality rates were highest among black males, while south Asian men were 1.
Covid-19: Viral video mother Karen Mannering gives birth
BBC News: Covid-19: Viral video mother Karen Mannering gives birth Karen Mannering warned others to take Covid-19 seriously in a video appeal from her hospital bed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How does the UK's death toll compare with other countries?
BBC News: Coronavirus: How does the UK's death toll compare with other countries? Only the US and Brazil have had more official Covid-19 deaths, but that doesn't tell the full story. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Utterly irresponsible' attitude to zoos
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Utterly irresponsible' attitude to zoos Zoo owners praise fundraisers, but say the government has failed to recognise their dire plight. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Secrecy' claims over Cleckheaton outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Secrecy' claims over Cleckheaton outbreak The health secretary revealed at the daily briefing there had been a localised outbreak in Kirklees. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK's Covid-19 alert level reduced from four to three
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK's Covid-19 alert level reduced from four to three The virus is now "in general circulation" with a "gradual relaxation of restrictions" possible. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Different explanations' for food factory outbreaks
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Different explanations' for food factory outbreaks Almost 100 staff working at two different companies test positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Isle of Man pubs welcome back drinkers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Isle of Man pubs welcome back drinkers Manx pubs can reopen their doors today, after the scrapping of Covid-19 social distancing rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI school return plan 'unrealistic and undeliverable'
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI school return plan 'unrealistic and undeliverable' The National Association of Head Teachers in NI says expectations about pupils returning need managed. Continue reading.
Online ‘ZoomWags’ launched to help over-65s stay connected during coronavirus
Online ‘ZoomWags’ launched to help over-65s stay connected during coronavirus. Online “ZoomWags” are to be held by Age UK Suffolk to help older people stay connected during the Covid-19 crisis - amid concerns growing numbers of elderly people are being left isolated by the pandemic. Continue reading.
Ed Sheeran makes significant donation to Suffolk coronavirus appeal
Ed Sheeran makes significant donation to Suffolk coronavirus appeal. Superstar Ed Sheeran has kick-started a new appeal to help Suffolk communities recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: £1bn catch-up tutoring fund for England's pupils
BBC News: Coronavirus: £1bn catch-up tutoring fund for England's pupils Head teachers welcome the move but want more details as some children face six months out of school. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Morning update as £1bn pledged to help pupils catch up
BBC News: Coronavirus: Morning update as £1bn pledged to help pupils catch up Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Bike shops told me my order wouldn't arrive til 2021'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Bike shops told me my order wouldn't arrive til 2021' Cyclists tell of late-night scrambles to buy bikes as firms struggle to meet a surge in demand during lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: South Asian people most likely to die in hospital
BBC News: Coronavirus: South Asian people most likely to die in hospital Patients are younger than white counterparts and far more likely to have diabetes, analysis shows. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nurses' leaders urge 'care for those who caring'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nurses' leaders urge 'care for those who caring' The Royal College of Nursing wants more done to look after staff on the front line or coronavirus care. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Welsh 'stay local' travel restrictions to be reviewed by 6 July
BBC News: Coronavirus: Welsh 'stay local' travel restrictions to be reviewed by 6 July Shops are also expected to be allowed to open when the first minister announces his lockdown review Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ilkeston mother thanked for sharing lockdown struggles
BBC News: Coronavirus: Ilkeston mother thanked for sharing lockdown struggles Kelly Jennison says she posted on Facebook as what she saw online did not reflect her experience. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Calls for awareness of long-term effects
BBC News: Coronavirus: Calls for awareness of long-term effects Researchers want to establish if "post-Covid syndrome" should itself be recognised as an illness. Continue reading.
Coronavirus 'a blessing in disguise', homeless people say
BBC News: Coronavirus 'a blessing in disguise', homeless people say "It makes me wonder why we couldn't get this kind of support before", one rough sleeper says. Continue reading.

Ipswich Buses flouting law on compulsory face coverings

Many people are complaining how Ipswich Buses are allowing people to use the bus without a face mask, face covering or exemption card, and how some drivers are also not wearing masks, in contravention to the compulsory face mask/covering on public transport that came in on Monday. Makes it all rather pointless exercise if being within a metre of others not wearing a mask to contain their airborne germs. .
Coronavirus: 'Outbreak' reports in Leicester and Cleckheaton
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Outbreak' reports in Leicester and Cleckheaton Leicester sees hundreds of confirmed cases in two weeks, while an outbreak in Yorkshire is reported. Continue reading.
Coronavirus patient leaves Papworth hospital after weeks on ventilator
BBC News: Coronavirus patient leaves Papworth hospital after weeks on ventilator Dan Ridlington spent 54 days in intensive care, including four weeks on a ventilator. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: University graduates face an uncertain future
BBC News: Coronavirus: University graduates face an uncertain future Graduates are facing an uncertain future with plans on hold because of the impact of coronavirus. Continue reading.
No new coronavirus-related deaths in Suffolk or north Essex hospitals
No new coronavirus-related deaths in Suffolk or north Essex hospitals. Hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex have reported no new coronavirus-related deaths in the last 24 hours, while nationally more than 100 people have died. Continue reading.
Woman returns homes after ‘terrifying’ 31 days in hospital with coronavirus
Woman returns homes after ‘terrifying’ 31 days in hospital with coronavirus. A 60-year-old woman has praised “absolutely fantastic” NHS staff who helped save her life after she spent a gruelling 31 days in hospital fighting Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Baby aged 13 days dies with Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: Baby aged 13 days dies with Covid-19 The baby's death is announced as Sheffield Children's Hospital confirms a child died there on Monday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care home creates garden visits
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care home creates garden visits A care home is reuniting loved ones with socially distanced garden visits for residents and family. Continue reading.
‘Who’s dead? I’m not’: Alan Sugar calls for swifter easing of UK lockdown as coronavirus hasn’t killed him
RT: ‘Who’s dead? I’m not’: Alan Sugar calls for swifter easing of UK lockdown as coronavirus hasn’t killed him The star of Britain’s The Apprentice Alan Sugar has said the UK should follow the US’ lead and reopen more quickly from Covid-19 lockdown, citing the fact that he has not died since the lifting of restrictions where he’s staying. Sugar reasoned that because neither he, his wife nor anyone he knows personally has died from Covid-19, that’s a sure sign the peak has passed and, frankly, it’s time for consumers to get back out there.
Virus app U-turn: Britain to switch to Google & Apple tech for Covid-19 contact-tracing despite rejecting it earlier
RT: Virus app U-turn: Britain to switch to Google & Apple tech for Covid-19 contact-tracing despite rejecting it earlier The UK is set to use a "decentralized" model proposed by Google and Apple for its Covid-19 contact-tracing app. The previous model developed by the NHS sparked privacy and usability concerns. The government is switching to a model based on technology provided by Apple and Google.
Cut pollution to reduce covid-19 threat says Suffolk MP Dan Poulter
Cut pollution to reduce covid-19 threat says Suffolk MP Dan Poulter. Higher levels of air pollution increases the threat of catching and becoming seriously ill with Covid-19 – and now a Suffolk MP has added his voice to calls for the government to take more steps to reduce the risk by making air cleaner. Continue reading.
Test and Trace Operations Centre to be set up in Suffolk to limit coronavirus spread
Test and Trace Operations Centre to be set up in Suffolk to limit coronavirus spread. A seven-day test and trace operations centre will be set up in Suffolk to give people advice about what to do in the event of a local outbreak of Covid-19, it has been revealed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: They've worked for years, but still miss out on furlough
BBC News: Coronavirus: They've worked for years, but still miss out on furlough What's life like for people missing out on government payments during lockdown? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI schoolchildren to follow 1m social distancing
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI schoolchildren to follow 1m social distancing The measure will allow "full classes" to attend school, according to guidance issued to principals. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How charity shops are handling the nation's spring clean
BBC News: Coronavirus: How charity shops are handling the nation's spring clean How charity shop staff are preparing to be on the receiving end of the great Covid clearout. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hairdressers can reopen in NI from 6 July
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hairdressers can reopen in NI from 6 July Stormont sources confirm to BBC that hairdressers and barbers in NI can reopen from 6 July. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Suffolk 'bus-lover' treated to own private trip
Alasdair Messenger, who has special needs, was missing his weekly rides due to the pandemic. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus in Wales: I don't want to see crowds at shops, says minister
BBC News: Coronavirus in Wales: I don't want to see crowds at shops, says minister All shops could be given the go-ahead to open at the next review of lockdown on Friday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: One in four infected by virus cannot be reached
BBC News: Coronavirus: One in four infected by virus cannot be reached More than 10,000 people were reached in first two weeks - and 87,000 were asked to self-isolate. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Masks in shops 'must be compulsory', London mayor says
BBC News: Coronavirus: Masks in shops 'must be compulsory', London mayor says In a letter to the prime minister, Sadiq Khan says the UK is "lagging behind other countries". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 51 cases as chicken processing plant shuts
BBC News: Coronavirus: 51 cases as chicken processing plant shuts Public Health Wales says there are 51 confirmed coronavirus cases at 2 Sisters. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Bank pumps £100bn into UK economy to aid recovery
BBC News: Coronavirus: Bank pumps £100bn into UK economy to aid recovery Bank of England announces huge stimulus to aid recovery from the 'unprecedented' coronavirus downturn. Continue reading.
The coronavirus death toll: How many ‘excess deaths’ have there been in your area?
The coronavirus death toll: How many ‘excess deaths’ have there been in your area? Almost 600 more people have died in Suffolk in the past 12 weeks than they did last spring – with coronavirus only partly to blame for the rise. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Morning update as Premier League returns after 100 days
BBC News: Coronavirus: Morning update as Premier League returns after 100 days Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Social media 'spreading virus conspiracy theories'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Social media 'spreading virus conspiracy theories' People that get news from social media are also more likely to break lockdown rules, a study suggests. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care providers 'will go to the wall' without more funding
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care providers 'will go to the wall' without more funding Leaders of coronavirus-hit social services warn of "catastrophic consequences" without investment. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Thousands of homeless still in temporary shelter
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thousands of homeless still in temporary shelter Many homeless people are still in hotels or B&Bs but some have already returned to the streets. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Only one of Wales' 17 field hospitals used
BBC News: Coronavirus: Only one of Wales' 17 field hospitals used The field hospitals were set up at the cost of £166m to help ease the burden on the NHS during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'My employer broke the furlough rules'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'My employer broke the furlough rules' HMRC has received thousands of complaints, some from staff who have been made to work while on furlough. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Further easing of Scottish lockdown to be announced
BBC News: Coronavirus: Further easing of Scottish lockdown to be announced Nicola Sturgeon will confirm that the country is entering the second phase of its easing plan. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Covid copter' flights in offshore worker rescues
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Covid copter' flights in offshore worker rescues How have offshore workers in the North Sea been affected by the coronavirus pandemic? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'We need a designated shielding hour'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'We need a designated shielding hour' Natasha Howard is campaigning for a 'shielding hour', where only people who are shielding go out. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon accused of 'dithering' over school return
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon accused of 'dithering' over school return The first minister is urged to be "far more creative" over plans to reopen Scotland's schools. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Leeds City Council warns of cuts and job losses
BBC News: Coronavirus: Leeds City Council warns of cuts and job losses Leeds City Council warns it could have to cut more than 400 jobs due to a budget overspend. Continue reading.
Two more deaths related to coronavirus in Suffolk and north Essex hospitals
Two more deaths related to coronavirus in Suffolk and north Essex hospitals. There have been two more patients die with coronavirus in hospitals in Suffolk and north Essex. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Health minister says app should roll out by winter
BBC News: Coronavirus: Health minister says app should roll out by winter Lord Bethell says the coronavirus-tracing app is "not a priority" and has no firm launch date. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Why the pension triple lock is back in the spotlight
BBC News: Coronavirus: Why the pension triple lock is back in the spotlight The furlough programme could inadvertently lead to a big rise in the state pension, leading to fresh debate. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What’s it like to start a new job when working remotely?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What’s it like to start a new job when working remotely? With many people working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak, what’s it like to start a new job on a remote team? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The new rules for days out at theme parks and museums
BBC News: Coronavirus: The new rules for days out at theme parks and museums Theme parks, museums and leisure attractions are working out how they can reopen safely. Continue reading.
‘It brings me joy’: Meet 5 asylum seekers giving back to Britain during coronavirus
‘It brings me joy’: Meet 5 asylum seekers giving back to Britain during coronavirus. They came here to escape war and famine - and, after being welcomed to Suffolk in their time of crisis, these asylum seekers have now devoted their lives to supporting us in ours. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock's social distancing slip-up caught on camera
BBC News: Coronavirus: Matt Hancock's social distancing slip-up caught on camera The health secretary slaps a colleague on the back in the House of Commons, despite the two-metre rule. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cyclists urged to forego Dunwich Dynamo
The Dunwich Dynamo has been running for 28 years but is not officially organised. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Lost smear tests put 'pressure' on NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lost smear tests put 'pressure' on NHS Around 600,000 women should have been seen in April and May, a charity says. Continue reading.
League One: University of Reading experts predict 'final table' without coronavirus
How would League One have ended without coronavirus? Experts at University of Reading predict the 'final table'. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dexamethasone being used to treat NHS patients today
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dexamethasone being used to treat NHS patients today Chief medical officers tell clinicians to routinely use the low-cost steroid "with immediate effect". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New advice on shielding will be given very soon, says Hancock
BBC News: Coronavirus: New advice on shielding will be given very soon, says Hancock Any announcement must make clear why it will be safe for those most at risk to stop isolating, charities say. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Twelve positive cases detected at EFL clubs in past week
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Twelve positive cases detected at EFL clubs in past week The English Football League confirms 12 individuals from EFL clubs tested positive for coronavirus in the past week. Continue reading.
Coronavirus leaves £500m black hole in London's finances
BBC News: Coronavirus leaves £500m black hole in London's finances Mayor Sadiq Khan warns police and fire brigade services will be cut without a government bailout. Continue reading.
Huge rise in patient satisfaction with NHS during coronavirus crisis
Huge rise in patient satisfaction with NHS during coronavirus crisis. Patient satisfaction with the NHS has increased dramatically during the Covid-19 pandemic, statistics show. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: First signs of slump show in Scotland's official figures
BBC News: Coronavirus: First signs of slump show in Scotland's official figures Scotland's economy began to contract as soon as coronavirus lockdown measures were imposed, the latest figures show. Continue reading.
First coronavirus patients 'not ill enough for hospital'
BBC News: First coronavirus patients 'not ill enough for hospital' The pair, Chinese nationals who were from the same family, had been visiting York when they became ill. Continue reading.
UK health secretary hails use of low-cost steroid that dramatically reduces Covid-19 mortality
RT: UK health secretary hails use of low-cost steroid that dramatically reduces Covid-19 mortality Dexamethasone significantly increases the survival rate of coronavirus patients, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said, after trial results showed that the low-cost drug saved lives in a third of the most severe cases. The University of Oxford announced on Tuesday that dexamethasone reduced death rates by around a third in patients who could only breathe with the help of a ventilator, and by 20 percent in patients requiring supplemental oxygen.
Coronavirus: Rashford's mission, NHS testing and Premier League returns
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rashford's mission, NHS testing and Premier League returns Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mary Agyapong's husband's agony after pregnant wife dies
BBC News: Coronavirus: Mary Agyapong's husband's agony after pregnant wife dies The husband of pregnant nurse Mary Agyapong who died from Covid speaks exclusively to the BBC. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI faces 'deep and prolonged economic downturn’
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI faces 'deep and prolonged economic downturn’ The assessment is contained in an economic recovery plan published by Economy Minister Diane Dodds. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: RNLI lifeguard cover for 170 beaches
BBC News: Coronavirus: RNLI lifeguard cover for 170 beaches Lifeguards will sometimes wear PPE and will help people with minor injuries to treat themselves. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England's councils 'face large-scale' cuts to services
BBC News: Coronavirus: England's councils 'face large-scale' cuts to services England's county councils could "use up" all their money dealing with the virus, a report warns. Continue reading.
Coronavirus and how to beat it on the sausage frontline
BBC News: Coronavirus and how to beat it on the sausage frontline Since the pandemic started, this company has been feeding sausages to the nation while keeping Covid-19 at bay. How? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS staff need tests 'twice a week'
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS staff need tests 'twice a week' Two leading doctors said regular testing is needed to give patients confidence as the NHS reopens. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Toilet fears hamper high street return for some
BBC News: Coronavirus: Toilet fears hamper high street return for some The stores might be back open but will a lack of available toilets put some shoppers off? Continue reading.

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