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This is where you can buy face masks and how to make your own instead

This is where you can buy face masks and how to make your own instead

As life under lockdown continues in the UK, seeing people going to the supermarket or out on their daily exercise wearing a face mask is a common sight. While the World Health Organisation (WHO) has until this point not advised wearing a face mask to go out, guidance could be about to change as the […]

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Tinder users can now match with singles anywhere in the world

Tinder users can now match with singles anywhere in the world

Popular dating app Tinder is now offering its Passport feature to singles for free, in an attempt to tackle loneliness amidst the global coronavirus epidemic. While people are no longer travelling internationally, due to the pandemic, all Tinder users can still meet people from countries other than their own – even if it is only […]

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Here’s how London’s NHS Nightingale Hospital was built in a fortnight – and other temporary hospitals in the UK

Here’s how London’s NHS Nightingale Hospital was built in a fortnight – and other temporary hospitals in the UK

The London NHS Nightingale Hospital, located within the capital’s Excel Centre, will treat people who are ill with Covid-19 and is set to open soon. Here’s everything you need to know about how the event arena was transformed in just a fortnight – and the other temporary hospitals around the UK. How was London’s Nightingale […]

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One of the world’s biggest cigarette makers is working on a plant-based coronavirus vaccine

One of the world’s biggest cigarette makers is working on a plant-based coronavirus vaccine

The tobacco company behind brands like Lucky Strike says it may be able to create a coronavirus vaccine using tobacco plants. British American Tobacco (BAT), maker of cigarette brands Dunhill, Rothmans, Benson & Hedges, and Lucky Strike, has said that it has a potential coronavirus vaccine in development. The company claims the vaccine will be […]

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These are the rules about work if you have been furloughed – and if you can get a job elsewhere

These are the rules about work if you have been furloughed – and if you can get a job elsewhere

The coronavirus outbreak has hit businesses particularly hard, forcing many employers to make tough decisions about which staff should be put on leave – or furloughed – and which should stay and continue to work. The government has introduced a number of emergency measures in response to the pandemic to help support workers through the […]

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Everything about Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ new Bunny Day event, from eggs to recipes

Everything about Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ new Bunny Day event, from eggs to recipes

The first big in-game event for the recently released Animal Crossing: New Horizons is here in the form of Bunny Day. Bunny Day is Animal Crossing’s version of Easter. It takes place all around the world, and serves as a religion-neutral version of the traditionally Christian festival. This year’s Bunny Day is set to take […]

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Here’s what experts say about disinfecting your food shopping after a supermarket trip

Here’s what experts say about disinfecting your food shopping after a supermarket trip

The Covid-19 strain of coronavirus can be transmitted through contact with an object that an infected person has touched, and some are worried about their groceries. The public has already been advised that it is wise to take precautions while out shopping – including shopping alone, maintaining a two metre distance from others, and washing […]

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Number of coronavirus cases in the UK rises to 33,718 – as death toll reaches 2,921

Number of coronavirus cases in the UK rises to 33,718 – as death toll reaches 2,921

The number of deaths in the UK linked to coronavirus currently stands at 2,921, according to Public Health. The Department of Health and Social Care also revealed that there were 33,718 confirmed cases of the virus. A statement from the government department read: “As of 9am 2 April, a total of 163,194 people have been […]

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Here’s how to take part in tonight’s national applause to thank key workers

Here’s how to take part in tonight’s national applause to thank key workers

To thank the key workers who are working tirelessly throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, tonight (2 April) will see a #ClapForOurCarers event dedicated to them. Here’s what you should know – and how to get involved. What is the Clap For Our Carers campaign? The Clap For Our Carers, or #clapforourcarers, campaign will see people […]

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Morrisons and Asda have eased restrictions on what customers can buy – here’s what’s changed

Morrisons and Asda have eased restrictions on what customers can buy – here’s what’s changed

In recent weeks, many supermarkets have placed limits on the number of products customers can purchase – but now rules are relaxing. Morrisons and Asda are the latest UK supermarkets to ease restrictions placed on the purchase of items during the coronavirus pandemic. The move follows budget supermarket Aldi’s announcement earlier this week that they […]

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