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Influencer coronavirus ‘super spreader’ infected 15 others on one flight from London – Mirror Online

A study said a 27-year-old woman travelling from Paris and Milan fashion weeks via London back to Hanoi in Vietnam, unknowingly infected passengers on a Vietnam…

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Geek Retreat: Retailer of ‘all things geeky’ to open 100 new shops – BBC News

Games and entertainment retailer Geek Retreat says loyal customers helped it thrive in lockdown.

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image captionGeek Retreat recently opened new stores in Northwich and Chelmsford
From online fashion to grocery, only a handful of sectors have bucked the coronavirus downturn, and now it seems comics and gaming have joined the list.
Geek Retreat – which specialises in “all things geeky” including comics, memorabilia and table top games – says it will open another 100 stores over the next two years, at a time when the UK High Street is under pressure.
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NI Coronavirus latest DoH figures report six further deaths and 820 new cases – Belfast Live

In the last seven days, 7,056 people have tested positive for Covid-19

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A further six Covid-19 related deaths have occurred in the last 24 hours, according to the latest update from the Department of Health.
The dashboard, which was published on Monday afternoon, also shows a further rise in positive cases, with 820 new cases reported in Northern Ireland.
In the last seven days, 7,056 people have tested positive for Covid-19.
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Travel latest news: Quarantine could be halved by December, says Transport Secretary – The Telegraph

The Transport Secretary has said he is ‘hopeful’ that testing for international travellers could be implemented by December 1, cutting quarantine fr…

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The Transport Secretary has said he is hopeful that testing for international travellers could be implemented by December 1, cutting quarantine from 14 days to approximately one week.
Speaking this morning at aviation conference Airlines 2050, the Transport Secretary outlined plans for a single test for international arrivals, a week after arrival. 
In theory, travellers would self-isolate for seven days after their return, before taking a test. If the result was negative, their quarantine wou…

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