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    Boris Johnson hopes for Christmas 'normality' in next stages of COVID-19 plan

    Employees will no longer be encouraged to work from home as part of plans for a “significant return to normality” by Christmas. Boris Johnson said anyone may use public transport from today, while advice for employers will change from 1 August. Indoor performances and events in sports stadiums will be trialled in August, with a view to social distance guidelines…

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    COVID-19: Parents fearful of sending their children back to school

    Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has sought to reassure parents and teachers over the government’s plans to reopen schools, but many are worried. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: For more content go to and download our apps: Apple: Android Sky News videos are now available in…

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    'Major breakthrough' as UK scientists find cheap steroid cuts COVID-19 deaths

    Scientists in the UK have discovered a cheap and available treatment for COVID-19 patients. They have described the use of a common steroid drug as a “major breakthrough”. The drug dexamethasone reduced death rates by a third for patients on ventilators and by a fifth for patients needing oxygen. #coronavirus #COVID19 #UK SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos:…

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    COVID-19 UK: Lockdown set to be eased over Christmas

    The Prime Minister is set to announce plans to suspend COVID-19 restrictions during the Christmas period to allow families to get together. Boris Johnson is aiming for a UK-wide relaxation of the rules, reportedly from 22 to 28 December, so that several families can join in one “bubble”. A tougher three-tiered system of local restrictions will also come into force…

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    The vast majority of Apple stores closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic are

    The vast majority of Apple stores closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic are located in the United States, according to a new analysis from Morgan Stanley.100 Apple retail stores were closed around the world at the end of last week, and 92 were located in the United States, according to the note. Apple has 510 stores worldwide and 271 stores…

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    COVID-19 UK: Can you catch coronavirus twice?

    Hopes that the population will become immune to COVID-19 have been dashed by new research showing antibodies fall rapidly after recovering from the disease. So-called herd immunity has been proposed by some scientists as a better alternative to lockdowns in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. It would require around 50-60% of the population to have protection against the virus so it…

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