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Ipswich business leaders react to Waitrose in town centre closing – Ipswich Star

Business leaders are expressing their disappointment at the news that Waitrose is to pull out of the Corn Exchange in Ipswich town centre.

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Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin warns pubs and restaurants face wipeout with up to a MILLION job losses – The Sun

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WETHERSPOONS boss Tim Martin has warned pubs and restaurants face being wiped out with up to a million jobs on the line.
The hospitality industry could be left in ruins as tighter local measures are introduced to fight the coronavirus and a second national lockdown lasting two weeks could be on the cards.
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Some 900,000 jobs in the hospitality industry are said to be at risk if another national lockdown is introducedCredit: PA:Pr…

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How far away is a vaccine for coronavirus? – Manchester Evening News

A number of candidates are undergoing rigorous Phase 3 wide scale testing before they can be approved for use

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The search for an effective vaccine against coronavirus is widely believed to be one of the keys to helping the world get back to normal after the devastating impact of the pandemic.
The UK now has access to six different Covid-19 vaccine candidates in development, across four different types, representing some 340 million doses, although the Astra Zeneca-Oxford University vaccine trial was briefly paused this month after a side effect was reported in a patient in the UK.
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Tesco confirms coronavirus positive case at UK Merseyside store – Plymouth Live

The supermarket giant says “extensive measures” have been put in place across all of its branches to try and curb the spread of the deadly virus

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Tesco has revealed that there had been a COVID-19 case at one of its major UK stores.
The supermarket giant said there had been a positive test result tracked to a Prescot Extra in Merseyside.
A company spokesperson told the Liverpool Echo: “The safety of our customers and colleagues is our top priority.
“We have introduced extensive measures across all our stores to help keep everyone safe, including protective screens at every checkout, social distancing signage and regular deep cleaning.”

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