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Pubs ‘may have to close for schools to reopen’ as virus cases rise | ITV News – ITV News

Chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has said the country is ‘near the limit’ for opening up society.

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NHS leak reveals true impact of coronavirus second wave on hospitals – The Independent

Hospitals in the north of England hit hard by increasing surge in Covid-19 patients

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Leaked NHS data has revealed the full scale of the impact of the second wave of coronavirus on hospitals in England with some now treating more patients than they did during the spring.
There were almost 6,100 patients with the virus in hospitals across England on Thursday, with 4,670 receiving oxygen and 653 in critical care. A total of 563 patients were on ventilators to help them to breath.
The data, obtained as part of a joint investigation by The Independent and the Health Service Journal,…

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Coronavirus latest news: ‘Absolutely terrifying’ impact of Covid admissions on northern hospitals revealed – Telegraph.co.uk

The “absolutely terrifying” impact of coronavirus admissions on Northern hospitals has been revealed, after leaked NHS data reportedly shows more than 6,000 patients…

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The absolutely terrifying impact of coronavirus admissions on Northern hospitals has been revealed, after leaked NHS data reportedly shows more than 6,000 patients are being treated across England. 
As of Thursday, almost 6,100 patients were in hospital with Covid-19 across the country, 4,670 were receiving oxygen and 563 were on ventilators, according to the data.
But the impact on hospitals in the North was even more stark, with more than a quarter of Liverpool University Hospital Trust beds occupied…

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What the new three-tier lockdown rules mean for you – The Telegraph

The Prime Minister has set out the latest developments in the battle against the pandemic

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Community centres, libraries and recycling centres will close and places of worship will no longer be able to hold regular services, except for funerals and weddings.
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.
They must stay at home, except for limited…

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