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The Guardian - 4 hours 22 min ago
Turkey announces weekend lockdown in 15 cities; Ebola drug endorsed as a coronavirus treatment in Australia ; US jobless claims pass 42 million. Follow the latest updates Governor Andrew Cuomo says protests could accelerate spread of coronavirus St Petersburg death tally casts doubt on Russian coronavirus figures Coronavirus latest: at a glance See all our coronavirus coverage 12.30am BST South Africa has recorded 3,267 coronavirus cases in 24 hours, the biggest increase since the pandemic hit the...
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The Guardian - 4 hours 52 min ago
Rail industry hopes widespread sign-up will enable journeys to be staggered during pandemic Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Rail passengers can now be warned of busy trains and stations before they leave home as part of a UK industry system designed to help maintain physical distancing and safe travel during the coronavirus pandemic. The technology will combine data on journey trends and live updates from station staff, to both inform passengers searching for journeys...
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The Guardian - 5 hours 47 min ago
With an anonymous woman in an Auckland hospital the last confirmed case, scientists expect to be able to declare next week that the nation is virus-free Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage As health officials announce each new day of no new Covid-19 cases, social media explodes with New Zealanders celebrating the news. "That feeling like you got away with something that seemed impossible and you can't quite believe it even though you want to believe it," wrote...
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The Guardian - 8 hours 9 min ago
Retraction made after lead author says he can no longer vouch for accuracy of data How doubt snowballed over Covid-19 drug research Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Lancet paper that halted global trials of hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 because of fears of increased deaths has been retracted. The lead author, Prof Mandeep Mehra, from the Brigham and Women's hospital in Boston, decided to ask the Lancet for the retraction because he could no longer vouch for the...
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The Guardian - 8 hours 41 min ago
Structural racism has left black and minority populations with inferior health, housing and economic conditions, witnesses said Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Black and minority Americans are more likely to be infected and die from Covid-19 , because structural racism has left those populations with inferior health, housing and economic conditions, witnesses told a House subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis on Capitol Hill on Thursday. Even as protests against police...
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The Guardian - 9 hours 1 min ago
British Airways, EasyJet, Wizz Air and Ryanair have taken 1.8bn from scheme so far Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Airlines, carmakers and oilfield engineers have benefited by billions from the government's economic rescue plans, despite ministers' assurances on a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis . British Airways, EasyJet, Wizz Air and Ryanair are among the 53 companies revealed on Thursday afternoon as beneficiaries from the Bank of England's Covid...
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The Guardian - 10 hours 4 min ago
As UK announces compulsory face coverings on public transport, what is scientific evidence behind measure? Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Surgical-grade face coverings and respirators offer high levels of protection against coronavirus infection for the wearer. However, these robust masks have to be combined with goggles or a visor, and they are costly, in limited supply, and uncomfortable to wear for long periods. The evidence around homemade masks or face coverings...
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The Guardian - 10 hours 39 min ago
China among hostile states believed to be trying to steal secrets during pandemic Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Britain's intelligence agencies are working urgently to prevent hackers from hostile states, including China, trying to steal the secrets of a potential coronavirus vaccine, the head of GCHQ has said. Jeremy Fleming, said hackers including those from hostile states were targeting the UK's health infrastructure and some of its world-leading research...
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The Guardian - 10 hours 49 min ago
The single currency bloc is facing the deepest recession in memory and unprecedented job losses Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The European Central Bank has ramped up its coronavirus pandemic response by agreeing to inject an additional 600bn ( 537.8bn) of emergency financial support into the Eurozone economy. Faced with the deepest recession in living memory and rapidly rising job losses across the single currency bloc, the ECB said it would increase the size of its...
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The Guardian - 12 hours 6 min ago
With its 130bn stimulus package, Germany is showing others how to do the recovery Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage And in one bound she was transformed. For Angela Merkel, the days of being lampooned as the archetypal Swabian housewife keeping tight control over the purse strings are over. Now, courtesy of a 130bn ( 116bn) stimulus package, she is the spend, spend, spend chancellor. Make no mistake, much of the past criticism of Germany's frugal approach to government...
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The Guardian - 14 hours 37 min ago
As countries that implemented travel bans early on in the coronavirus pandemic begin to open up, the UK is only just getting started Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When the next pandemic hits and it's a question of when, not if it will be vital that we did all we could at this moment to learn the lessons taught to us by coronavirus. One key lesson has been the effectiveness of travel bans. Countries that managed to contain the virus effectively implemented immediate...
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The Guardian - 14 hours 53 min ago
Health ministry reports 3,574 new cases of the virus as second wave gathers force Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Iran is reluctantly confronting the possibility of a renewed political crisis as well as a health one after the latest figures showed the number of new coronavirus infections at a record high. The government appeared to have brought the virus under control a month ago, but a second wave of the virus has steadily been gathering force, and according to data...
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The Guardian - 16 hours 44 min ago
Tax and spending measures are designed to provide country with economic boost Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Germany has unveiled a massive 130bn ( 116.4bn) package of tax and spending measures designed to boost the country's economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis. Announcing measures to drag Europe's largest economy out of recession as lockdown measures are removed, Angela Merkel's government said it would use the package of sweeping temporary tax...
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The Guardian - 16 hours 53 min ago
Finding good employees was a challenge just a few months ago but now that the labor market has been disrupted, it's a great time to recruit Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It's not news that the Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on many small businesses. Millions have been required to shut down. Millions more have been forced to seek federal aid. Many will never recover. But the ones that do, and have a little extra cash in the bank, will find that...
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The Guardian - 17 hours 9 min ago
This week's Global Vaccine Summit comes at a crucial point in history. Governments must not miss their chance to save lives Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Gro Harlem Brundtland is director-general of the World Health Organization Elizabeth Cousens is president of the UN Foundation Google any list of the most successful public health interventions of this century or the last, and vaccines will be at the very top. Infectious diseases such as smallpox, measles, diphtheria...
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The Guardian - 17 hours 27 min ago
City issues 1,552 more death certificates in May than last year, but Covid-19 toll was 171 Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage New mortality data from Russia's second-largest city has reignited questions about whether the country's official tally has discounted thousands of deaths tied to the coronavirus outbreak. St Petersburg issued 1,552 more death certificates this May than in the previous year, a nearly 32% rise that indicates that hundreds of deaths tied to...
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The Guardian - 19 hours 17 min ago
Consignment sent back from the US as void last month after issues at a British lab Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Tens of thousands of Britons had to be retested for coronavirus after the government sent their swabs to the US. Nearly 30,000 tests were found to be invalid after being flown out following problems at a UK laboratory last month. Continue reading...
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The Guardian - 19 hours 48 min 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 - 20 hours 46 min ago
Live coverage as Aston Martin and car dealer Lookers announce costs savings plans Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage 8.06am BST The FTSE 100 has lost 0.45% in early trade, mirroring downward moves on stock markets across Europe. Germany's Dax lost 0.7% at the open, France's Cac 40 lost 0.6% and Spain's Ibex lost 0.9%. 8.00am BST Good morning, and welcome to our live, rolling coverage of business, economics and financial markets. Every aspect of the car industry...
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The Guardian - 21 hours 52 min ago
From 14-day quarantines to arduous airport rules, there are many obstacles to navigate Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage "Let's fly," says the email to me from Ryanair. "We've got 1,000 daily flights from 1 July." Over at easyJet, there's a "SUMMER SALE NOW ON! Over 1 million seats at 29.99 book now". Tui's siteis rather more restrained but it's open for booking to all the usual destinations from the end of June. We all know bosses...
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The Guardian - 21 hours 52 min ago
People with asthma and other lung conditions report decrease in symptoms, finds survey Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Two million people in the UK with respiratory conditions such as asthma have experienced reduced symptoms during the coronavirus lockdown, according to the British Lung Foundation. A survey by the charity of 14,000 people with lung conditions found one in six had noticed improvements in their health. Among children, the figure was higher, with one in...
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The Guardian - 22 hours 52 min ago
Rather than pitting old people against the young, now is the time to unite against a system that only benefits those who are wealthy Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage During the first weeks of the coronavirus lockdown in the United States and Britain, a flurry of media commentary centred around issues of generational difference in response to the pandemic. "Boomer" parents, although at heightened risk of deadly complications from contracting Covid-19, were apparently...
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The Guardian - 23 hours 58 min ago
Mexico's daily death toll is twice previous high; Angela Merkel launches 130bn stimulus: China to allow some foreign flights to resume Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Mexico and Brazil have recorded their highest daily death tolls as the coronavirus epidemic shows now sign of abating in Latin America. It comes as Germany announced a massive spending package to reboot its post-lockdown economy. Mexican health authorities reported 1,092 coronavirus deaths on Wednesday...
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