The city has seen a surge in coronavirus cases in the last week, with health bosses warning we could be headed for tighter restrictions if figures continue to rise.
COVID 19 cases have surged by 350 in just one week, and there are now coronavirus clusters in every single part of Plymouth, with more than half of the city’s defined areas currently at more than 10.
The latest Government and Public Health England data has revealed the parts of Plymouth which have the highest number of confirmed COVID-19…
Date when mass coronavirus vaccinations could start in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire confirmed – Nottinghamshire Live
‘We’ve been working to prepare to deliver what will be, without doubt, the most unprecedented scale of vaccination programme that we’ve experienced’
The mass rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations is expected to start on Wednesday, December 9 in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, providing the vaccine is approved by the Government.
The huge mobilisation of resources is expected to be ready by Tuesday, December 1, and the local NHS is poised to roll out the jab.
The most vulnerable people will be given priority, and the vaccines – some of which need to be stored at extremely low temperatures – will be stored at two giant hubs – one in the city and another…
Champagne and oyster habit hitting your pocket? Now you can blame science – The Guardian
The popular combination has an ‘umami synergy’ that we can’t resist, a Danish study has shown
Name: Champagne and oysters.
Age: Prehistoric man was partial to an oyster. They havent always been seen as posh, either everyone ate them in the 19th century. The invention of champagne is usually attributed to the 17th-century French monk Dom Pérignon, but in reality he built on the work of others. It became fashionable to combine the two in early-18th-century French salons.
Appearance: Dissolute, wanton, occasionally debauched.
Why are they are in the news? The approach of Christmas? Nothing…
Covid-19 Northern Ireland: 11 further deaths reported by Department of Health – Belfast Live
947 people have sadly passed away as a result of the virus, the DoH says
There have been 11 further Covid-19 related deaths, with seven of these taking place in the past 24 hours according to the Department of Health.
The department’s daily dashboard says there have been 79 new positive tests, bringing the total number of infected in the past seven days to 2,452.
However the department says that the number of laboratory completed tests were lower than normal and may be subject to change.
The death toll from the virus in Northern Ireland now stands at 947, says the DoH.
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