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The latest coronavirus infection rates across Greater Manchester as two boroughs hit record-breaking numbers – Manchester Evening News

Oldham and Wigan have recorded an infection rate of over 600 for the first time

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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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Sheerness: What lockdown looks like in the most COVID infected part of Kent – Kent Live

We sent a photographer to the most infected place in Kent to find out how aware people were of the need to social distance

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We sent a photographer to the most infected place in Kent to find out how aware people were of the need to social distanceSwale may not be the most infected area of the country anymore according to the latest government data but its rate continues to climb.
The district, which encompasses Faversham, Sittingbourne and the Isle of Sheppey, currently has an infection rate of 565.0.
Staggeringly, this puts Swale more than 300 points above England’s national average of 240.7.
With lockdown set to end…

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