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The Guardian - 1 hour 3 min ago
Jenner Institute at Oxford hopes to recruit healthy volunteers for human challenge trial within months Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The team behind the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine hope to begin tests on volunteers who will be intentionally exposed to the virus in a "challenge trial", a move seen as controversial as there is no proven cure for the illness. Although challenge trials, in which healthy volunteers are given a pathogen, are routine in vaccine development...
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The Guardian - 2 hours 46 min ago
Care homes and members of public told to immediately stop using kits produced by firm Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Care homes and members of the public have been instructed by the government to immediately stop using coronavirus testing kits produced by a healthcare firm after safety problems were discovered. Randox was awarded a 133m contract in March to produce the testing kits for England, Wales and Northern Ireland without any other firms being given the opportunity...
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The Guardian - 4 hours 14 min ago
UK National Cyber Security Centre says drug firms and research groups being targeted by group known as APT29 Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Russian state-sponsored hackers are targeting UK, US and Canadian organisations involved in developing a coronavirus vaccine development, according to British security officials. The UK's National Cyber Security Centre said drug companies and research groups were being targeted by a group known as APT29, which it said was "almost...
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The Guardian - 4 hours 44 min ago
Exclusive: persuasion could be more effective than unenforceable' law, says Dr Agoritsa Baka Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A new law making it mandatory to wear a face mask in shops and supermarkets in England could backfire, a leading official in the EU's agency for disease control has warned, after police officers said it would be unenforceable. Dr Agoritsa Baka, chief expert on emergency preparedness at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control...
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The Guardian - 5 hours 38 min ago
Experts say signs are promising but there is a long way to go to show vaccine works Tracker: how close are we to a vaccine? See all our coronavirus coverage Phase one human trials of a Covid-19 vaccine being developed by researchers at the University of Oxford suggest it triggers two types of immune response, unnamed sources working on the vaccine told ITV's Robert Peston. Not only does the jab trigger the production of antibodies proteins that can bind to the virus, preventing it from entering...
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The Guardian - 9 hours 56 min ago
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news Latest: China growing again, but retail sales stumble Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage 8.13am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. #China grew 3.2% in Q2 YoY, recovering from record 6.8% contraction in Q1. Has avoided recession. But debt problems piling up. In H1 2020, lenders issued record $1.7tn in fresh loans. In past, China...
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The Guardian - 12 hours 15 min ago
Six months ago, school leavers were looking forward to the usual hedonistic summer before starting work, apprenticeships or further education. Then coronavirus changed everything Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage For three years, Ione Gildroy worked on Saturdays in her local library. The 18-year-old from Leicestershire issued and returned books, organised children's events and stacked bookshelves. She planned to pool her earnings with some compensation she'd received...
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The Guardian - 12 hours 15 min ago
Operators move to boost drastically reduced use of public transport amid Covid-19 crisis Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Train companies are hoping to encourage commuters back on to public transport with a "travel safe this summer" campaign, as Boris Johnson urges a bigger return to work. The government is reviewing its guidance, in place since lockdown started , to work from home where possible. The prime minister said last week the public should " go back...
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The Guardian - 17 hours 37 min ago
Dr Fauci predicts US will meet end-of-year vaccine target ; Ireland advises against all travel; Canada approaches zero daily deaths. Follow the latest updates South Africa cases pass 300,000 Fauci stands ground as Trump works to undermine him Coronavirus vaccine tracker: how close are we to a vaccine? See all our coronavirus coverage 12.38am BST South Africa has surpassed 300,000 confirmed coronavirus cases as the first wave of the pandemic crashes into the African continent. South Africa's...
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The Guardian - 18 hours 14 min ago
City calls for state-owned recovery corporation to handle 35bn of unsustainable government-backed debt Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Treasury is reviewing a "radical" proposal for a new state-owned body that would manage 35bn of toxic coronavirus debt and help save up to 780,000 British businesses. A City taskforce, the Recapitalisation Group, led by EY and the lobby group TheCityUK, is recommending that a government-owned UK Recovery Corporation be established...
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The Guardian - 23 hours 14 min ago
Tensions over how to quell outbreak in Catalan capital as cases flare up around the world Politics live latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Part of the northern Spanish region of Catalonia has gone back into lockdown, with Barcelona suggesting it might also follow suit with restrictions in some districts, as authorities sought to control a resurgence of coronavirus cases emerging just weeks after a nationwide lockdown was lifted. As a judge overturned a previous court decision to approve...
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The Guardian - 23 hours 37 min ago
Scientists disappointed' app has not been deployed since first one was scrapped Coronavirus latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Infection rates dropped dramatically on the Isle of Wight following the launch of an NHS contact tracing phone app, which was later scrapped in an embarrassing government U-turn, according to an analysis. After having initially suggested the app would be rolled out nationally by the end of May, the government ditched the project and decided to focus on manual...
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