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The Guardian - 54 min 28 sec ago
Your questions answered on what type of mask to wear to cut the risk of getting Covid-19 Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Yes. Different types of mask offer different levels of protection. Surgical grade N95 respirators offer the highest level of protection against Covid-19 infection, followed by surgical grade masks. However, these masks are costly, in limited supply, contribute to landfill waste and are uncomfortable to wear for long periods. So even countries that have...
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The Guardian - 4 hours 52 min ago
Australia and NZ were once both heralded as coronavirus success stories, but Victorian outbreak has sparked anxiety across the Tasman Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Weeks ago they were praised globally as two countries acting in tandem to eliminate the spread of Covid-19. But on Monday, New Zealanders watched in horror as some of their neighbours across the Tasman Sea began their strictest period of Covid-19 lockdown yet after a resurgence of cases while their own country...
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The Guardian - 4 hours 59 min ago
US cases hit 1.87 million last month, or double the previous record; WHO says pandemic continues to accelerate; Melbourne wakes to strict lockdown Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage July was the worst month of the coronavirus pandemic so far for many countries, with more than 8 million cases recorded nearly as many as the first six months of the outbreak put together, figures have shown. With global infections passing 18 million on Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO)...
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The Guardian - 6 hours 2 min ago
Coronavirus has hit the industry hard, with division over how to respond Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage In the champagne vineyards of France, the season of ripening, plumping and sweetening of the grapes ready for harvesting at the end of August, known as the veraison , has begun. Maxime Toubart, a relatively small vigneron who produces 25,000 bottles of bubbly from the 12-acre maison founded by his great-grandparents in 1900, has been cultivating his clients as well...
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The Guardian - 6 hours 2 min ago
Chinese students, Mongolian tourists and Palestinians from Gaza are still stranded Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When her studies in Budapest finished this spring, Puje was meant to return home to Mongolia, where she had a job waiting for her in the capital, Ulaanbaatar. But in mid-March, Mongolia sealed its borders completely, even to its own citizens, and it has not yet reopened them. Now, the 26-year-old Puje is one of thousands of Mongolians stranded in Europe....
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The Guardian - 6 hours 4 min ago
Virus proves a reminder to wealthy of their reliance on impoverished workers, reviving calls for a slum revolution that will benefit all Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Cooking, cleaning, and food shopping have been a shock to Anisa Agarwal. Pre-pandemic, married to a wealthy tile manufacturer, her life in Gulmohar Park in Delhi involved a cook, maid, driver and cleaner who came to her house every day. But despite her total dependence on them, Agarwal, 44, has not allowed...
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The Guardian - 8 hours 28 min ago
Outbreaks of Covid-19 recorded on MS Roald Amundsen in Norway and the Paul Gauguin in Tahiti Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Covid-19 has been detected on at least two cruise ships one in the Arctic and one in the Pacific just weeks after cruising holidays restarted. At least 40 passengers and crew from the MS Roald Amundsen have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and authorities are trying to contact trace hundreds of passengers from two recent Arctic voyages...
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The Guardian - 10 hours 35 min ago
Health officials to perform coronavirus testing, the first time a mainland team has been part of city's pandemic response Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Seven Chinese health officials arrived in Hong Kong on Sunday, the first members of a 60-person team that will carry out widespread Covid-19 testing in the territory as it races to halt another wave of illness. The initiative marks the first time mainland health officials have assisted Hong Kong in its battle to...
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The Guardian - 11 hours 1 min ago
Consumer group finds 6% have missed loan or credit card payment in sign of impact of coronavirus Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Furloughed workers are three times more likely than other employees to have defaulted on a payment last month, in a sign of the economic distress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. As the UK government started unwinding the furlough operation that has paid millions of workers 80% of their salary, a survey by Which? has found that those still relying...
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The Guardian - 11 hours 1 min ago
Blood plasma containing coronavirus antibodies may help patients in any second wave Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage People who have recovered from Covid-19 are being urged to donate their blood plasma as part of an urgent appeal to help the NHS treat those who fall ill during a potential second wave. The call follows news that the number of appointments booked each week as part of the ongoing NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) convalescent plasma collection has dropped...
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The Guardian - 11 hours 1 min ago
Experts however have doubts about unproven swab tests for the diagnosis of flu and Covid-19 Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Two new tests for Covid-19 that are said to deliver results within 90 minutes are to be introduced across NHS hospitals and care homes, to speed up diagnosis ahead of winter and differentiate coronavirus infection from flu , the government says. But some experts were surprised by the government's decision, saying the particular tests were not...
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The Guardian - 13 hours 51 min ago
Sir Paul Nurse says lack of openness fuelled poor decisions and put public trust at risk Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage One of the county's most senior scientists has criticised government for the "shroud of secrecy" drawn over major decisions in the coronavirus crisis and urged ministers to be more open about the reasons behind their policies. Sir Paul Nurse, the nobel laureate and director of the Francis Crick Institute in London, said important decisions...
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The Guardian - 18 hours 37 min ago
London mayor warns crime could spike as lockdown eases and demands support for police and youth services Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Violent criminality has climbed back to pre-coronavirus levels prompting warnings from London's mayor and Birmingham's police commissioner that it could escalate further as the pandemic crisis hits the economy. Sadiq Khan told the Guardian he believed there was "a real risk of violent crime spiking as lockdown is eased"...
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The Guardian - 18 hours 37 min ago
Infections rise following easing of lockdown as government struggles to retain public trust Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage South Africa has registered more than half a million confirmed cases of Covid-19, health officials have said, as the government struggles to retain public trust amid allegations of widespread corruption, arbitrary decisions on restrictions and administrative incompetence. Africa's most industrialised nation was widely praised for its early response...
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The Guardian - 18 hours 52 min ago
Government reportedly exploring range of measures to stop Covid-19 infections rising Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The government is reported to be exploring a range of measures to stop infections rising and keep Covid-19 in check in England some of them for use in the event of regional spikes, such as those in Leicester and Oldham, and others that would impact the entire country in the event that case numbers surge more generally. Continue reading...
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The Guardian - 19 hours 13 min ago
Bollywood star idolised in India discharged three weeks after contracting mild' symptoms Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan has been discharged from hospital, three weeks after being admitted with coronavirus symptoms after testing positive for the disease. Bachchan's actor-son, Abishek, who was admitted at the same time, remains in hospital. His daughter-in-law, Aishwarya Rai, and granddaughter Aaradhya were discharged last week...
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The Guardian - 20 hours 31 min ago
Many countries that believed they were past the worst are grappling with new outbreaks, says WHO Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Mexico has recorded more than 9,000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time, as the country overtook the UK with the world's third-highest number of deaths from the pandemic after the US and Brazil. The surging numbers were reported as the World Health Organization warned of "response fatigue" and a resurgence of cases in several...
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The Guardian - 21 hours 4 min ago
Pandemic prompts difficult questions as fears grow over future of city where one in four jobs rely on tourism Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage For a city that has been at the heart of major national events for 17 centuries, beloved both by medieval kings and warring Romans, York has seen its fortunes rise and fall over the years. But new questions about the future of the former Viking capital of England are being asked as the coronavirus pandemic threatens to devastate...
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