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Singapore halts use of flu vaccines after 48 die in South Korea – The Telegraph

South Korea to carry on with the vaccination programme as they found no direct link between the deaths and the shots

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Child, 10, becomes one of latest coronavirus victims as 422 more die in UK hospitals – Mirror Online

Health authorities today confirmed there had been 353 deaths in England, 41 in Scotland, 21 in Wales and seven in Northern Ireland

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The number of lives lost to the coronavirus pandemic in UK hospitals has risen by 422 – with a ten-year-old among the latest casualties.
Health authorities today confirmed there had been 353 deaths in England, 41 in Scotland, 21 in Wales and seven in Northern Ireland.
Victims in England were aged between 10 and 100, with a 31-year-old with no known underlying health conditions among those who died.
More than 100 deaths occurred in the Midlands, the highest number in any region.
A week ago there…

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Six residents die after coronavirus outbreak at Scots care home – Daily Record

Health chiefs confirmed the deadly outbreak at the Alma McFadyen Care Centre in Dalbeattie, Dumfries and Galloway.

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Six vulnerable residents have died at a Scots care home at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak.
Health chiefs confirmed the sad news the deadly cluster took hold at the Alma McFadyen Care Centre in Dalbeattie, Dumfries and Galloway.
Bosses say correct protocols for dealing with the virus were in place at the 24-bed home, with measures being implemented.
A spokesman for Dumfries and Galloway Health and Social Care Partnership said: This is obviously a very upsetting and concerning situation,…

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The most common Covid symptom revealed – and it’s NOT a dry cough – The Sun

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KNOWING the key coronavirus symptoms has been crucial to getting a handle on the pandemic.
As the outbreak developed experts warned that we should watch out for a new persistent dry cough, a high temperature and later, a loss of taste and smell.
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A common symptom of the coronavirus is a new persistent coughCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Anosmia – which is the official term for a loss of taste and smell, was added to the official NHS Covid-19…

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