There are 29 areas across Nottinghamshire that have recorded more than 100 cases of Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic.
The figures, part of the City and County Councils’ weekly surveillance reports, show a sharp increase in cases in a number of areas, particularly in the city.
Places in the county such as Beeston and West Bridgford have been the worst affected on the outskirts of the city, while an outbreak in HMP Lowdham Grange could be behind the high numbers in this area.
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Following the half-term holiday, primary schools and special schools will reopen, Mr Drakeford said.
During the fire break, people will be banned from meeting people outside of their household both indoors and outdoors with anyone they do not live with, with exceptions for those living alone.
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South Korea deaths ‘not linked’ to flu vaccination drive – BBC News
Officials say the country’s vaccination drive continues and that several recent deaths are unrelated.
South Korean authorities say the death of a 17-year old has no links to a flu vaccination he received shortly before.
There has been some alarm after a number of deaths following flu shots in the country. At least 32 people have died after getting the vaccine.
Health officials say there is no link to the state-run vaccinations programme, which will continue. So far, some 13m people have been vaccinated.
They are hoping to prevent a mass flu outbreak as the country battles Covid.
The 17-year old…
Covid slump in medical charity donations ‘puts research at risk’ – The Guardian
Report calls for government to set up partnership to support sector facing up to £4bn loss
A slump in donations to medical charities will result in potentially life-saving research being shelved unless the government steps in to support the organisations, a leading thinktank has said.
The closure of charity shops, suspension of fundraising events, such as the London to Brighton cycle ride, and wider economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic meant medical charities stood to lose more than £4bn between now and 2027, according to a report by the Institute for Public Policy Research…
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