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1h 43m Updated Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
BBC
Two of the three approved Covid vaccines are being rolled out across the UK, so when might you get one?
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2h Updated Covid: How worrying are the UK, South Africa, and Brazil coronavirus variants?
BBC
Scientists have discovered a new mutated version of the virus from Brazil, in addition to the ones from the UK and South Africa.
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2h Updated How many cases in your area?
BBC
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
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Covid UK: Government only has to OFFER 13.9m vaccine to hit target2h Covid UK: Government only has to OFFER 13.9m vaccine to hit target
Daily Mail
NHS data published today show that almost 250,000 people in Cumbria and the North East have had a Covid vaccine, compared to just 25,000 in Shropshire and Telford.
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Coronavirus cases dropped 15% to 330,000 in first week of lockdown - England2h Updated Coronavirus cases dropped 15% to 330,000 in first week of lockdown - England
Daily Mail
Public Health England's surveillance report shows coronavirus infections declined fastest in hotspot London followed by the East of England and the South East.
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Covid UK: Herd immunity may not be achievable even if ALL vaccinated3h Updated Covid UK: Herd immunity may not be achievable even if ALL vaccinated
Daily Mail
Analysis from the UEA found the highly-virulent B.1.1.7 strain which evolved in Kent has made it impossible to ever achieve herd immunity with the current effectiveness of vaccines.
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More than 4,400 Americans die from COVID-19 on the same day President Biden is sworn in4h Updated More than 4,400 Americans die from COVID-19 on the same day President Biden is sworn in
Daily Mail
On Wednesday, the U.S. recorded its second deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic with 4,229 fatalities, bringing the national death toll 406,162 .
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Arthritis drug hailed by Boris Johnson may not help battle Covid-194h Arthritis drug hailed by Boris Johnson may not help battle Covid-19
Daily Mail
The research from Brazil found 11 of 65 people treated with tocilizumab died 15 days after getting the drug compared to just two for those who did not get the drug.
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Israel is vaccinated its population at 10-times the rate of the us5h Updated Israel is vaccinated its population at 10-times the rate of the us
Daily Mail
Israel has vaccinated 1.8 million out of its population of 8.65 million residents, according to data tracking by Bloomberg, while the US has vaccinated 2.5%. Just 150,000 Americans have had second shots.
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Covid UK: Another 65 vaccine centres opened to speed up rollout6h Covid UK: Another 65 vaccine centres opened to speed up rollout
Daily Mail
The coronavirus vaccinations rollout has been turbocharged today as a mosque in Birmingham and a cinema in Aylesbury are brought in to help dish out the jabs.
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Why doing the housework really can keep you fit6h Updated Why doing the housework really can keep you fit
Daily Mail
Emerging evidence suggests there is another way to improve your health that involves almost no formal exercise. The answer lies in shifting your focus from 'exercising' to 'active living'.
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7h The coronavirus symptoms to watch out for in children
The Independent
Cough and loss of taste or smell are far less common in children than in adults, according to research
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7h Covid: How a £20 gadget could save lives
BBC
Doctors say people should buy a pulse oximeter to monitor their oxygen levels at home.
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7h Covid: Nearly 2m UK people got first Covid vaccine in last week
BBC
Around 200 vaccines are being given every minute, the health secretary tells the Commons.
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UK opens another 65 Covid vaccine centres to speed up rollout7h UK opens another 65 Covid vaccine centres to speed up rollout
Daily Mail
The coronavirus vaccinations rollout has been turbocharged today as a mosque in Birmingham and a cinema in Aylesbury are brought in to help dish out the jabs.
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7h Updated Covid: Nearly 2m people got first Covid vaccine in last week
BBC
Around 200 vaccines are being given every minute, the health secretary tells the Commons.
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Super-infectious Kent Covid strain has spread to at least 60 countries11h Updated Super-infectious Kent Covid strain has spread to at least 60 countries
Daily Mail
Cases of the B.1.1.7 variant, sometimes known as VOC 202012/01, have been reported in most of continental Europe, as well as in the US, Australia, India, China and Saudi Arabia.
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Covid UK: Interactive map reveals 65,000 people are getting infected each day in England11h Updated Covid UK: Interactive map reveals 65,000 people are getting infected each day in England
Daily Mail
Lane Clark and Peacock, London-based analysts tracking the second wave, have found that around 65,000 people in England are catching Covid-19 each day, but the outbreak is no longer shrinking.
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Covid UK: Daily death rate hits 1,820 peak though infections fall17h Updated Covid UK: Daily death rate hits 1,820 peak though infections fall
Daily Mail
Britain today recorded its deadliest day of the Covid pandemic for second day in a row with 1,820 more victims. Department of Health figures showed the outbreak is continuing to shrink, however.
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20h Joe believes playing video games helps his mental health
BBC
Many argue the positives outweigh the negatives when it comes to gaming and mental health
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20h Invading their privacy? Haven’t teachers worked out they can put a blank backdrop on Zoom classes?
The Independent
Weeks of home-schooling while the kids’ nanny has Covid have taken their toll, so Charlotte Cripps calls in her old cleaner 
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New CDC forecast predicts US coronavirus death toll will reach up to 508,000 by February 1321h New CDC forecast predicts US coronavirus death toll will reach up to 508,000 by February 13
Daily Mail
A new CDC ensemble forecast projects the U.S. coronavirus death toll will be between 465,000 and 508,000 by the week ending February 13, with 22,500 to 23,300 deaths every week.
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California becomes the first US state to hit 3 MILLION COVID-19 cases21h Updated California becomes the first US state to hit 3 MILLION COVID-19 cases
Daily Mail
California on Wednesday became the first state to record more than three million known coronavirus infections, according to state health department data. More than 34,000 Californians have died.
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Small airport in Iowa becomes first to rollout temperature checks and questionnaires22h Updated Small airport in Iowa becomes first to rollout temperature checks and questionnaires
Daily Mail
A first of its kind screening program is being launched next week at Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids with temperatures checks and questionnaires being given to passengers before TSA checkpoints.
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Coronavirus UK: How many people catching Covid each day in YOUR area?22h Updated Coronavirus UK: How many people catching Covid each day in YOUR area?
Daily Mail
Lane Clark and Peacock, London-based analysts tracking the second wave, have found that around 65,000 people in England are catching Covid-19 each day, but the outbreak is no longer shrinking.
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26h Do power naps work? The science behind Boris Johnson’s reported Churchillian technique
The Independent
Politicians from Margaret Thatcher to Donald Trump are known for scrimping on overnight shut eye, but what about power naps?  Like Reply
Americans who live in mostly black or Hispanic neighborhoods more likely to die of COVID-1926h Updated Americans who live in mostly black or Hispanic neighborhoods more likely to die of COVID-19
Daily Mail
Americans who live mainly black and Hispanic neighborhoods have higher coronavirus infection and death rates compared to those living in majority white neighborhoods.
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Patrick Vallance warns Covid jabs may be needed EVERY YEAR27h Updated Patrick Vallance warns Covid jabs may be needed EVERY YEAR
Daily Mail
The Government's chief scientific adviser said a regular flu-style roll out may be required to 'keep on top' of the virus. Scientists fear it could mutate to dodge immunity triggered by the vaccine.
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Coronavirus vaccine: UK gets jabs to 343,000 people in a day27h Updated Coronavirus vaccine: UK gets jabs to 343,000 people in a day
Daily Mail
The PM warned that 'constraints on supply' were making the situation harder as he was grilled by MPs in the Commons this afternoon, after alarm that the daily rate had fallen for a third consecutive day.
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28h Updated Rollout of daily testing of close contacts paused in English schools
BBC
More work is needed to understand its benefits in schools in England given the new variant, health officials say.
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Covid US: Concerns over allergic reactions to Moderna vaccine batch28h Covid US: Concerns over allergic reactions to Moderna vaccine batch
Daily Mail
California's top epidemiologist Dr Erica S Pan issued a statement on Sunday urging no clinicians use Moderna jabs from the specific lot until an investigation is completed.
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30h Head, shoulders, knees and toes: the best stretches to see off aches and pains
The Guardian
Working from bed can be devastating for your posture. Here are some simple exercises that will help Working on a laptop in bed all day can be ruinous for your shoulders, back and overall wellbeing. “Your back won’t be supported very well,” says Fiona Houston, a physiotherapist and the founder of
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30h Is working in bed ruining your sleep and sex life? Here’s how to fix it
The Guardian
Using the bedroom as a workspace has its pitfalls, from a disturbed body clock to a dampened libido. But it doesn’t have to be that way What with the leaden skies and killer virus circulating outside, holing up in your bedroom may seem like a perfect strategy for seeing out the rest of winter. For some of those forced to work from home, the bedroom is also currently doubling as a workspace. So how do we stop working from bed interfering with our sleep and sex lives? A major consideration is
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32h Updated Birmingham and Nottinghamshire trusts offer 24-hour Covid vaccines
BBC
The vaccines will be offered to existing high-priority groups and hospital staff on night shifts.
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32h I split with my partner after he lied about using porn – have I overreacted?
The Guardian
We were together for 13 years and planned to move in together. But now I feel I can no longer trust him
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32h Rollout of daily testing of close contacts paused in schools
BBC
Health officials say more work is needed to understand its benefits since the emergence of a new variant.
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32h What are the rules after you have your Covid vaccine?
The Independent
You must continue to practice social distancing even after receiving the vaccine
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33h Cannock mum developed cancer after wrong smear result
BBC
A hospital apologises to Rachael Foley after she undergoes a hysterectomy following the error.
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34h Eating nuts in your forties could cut dementia risk in later life, study finds
The Independent
Eating nuts even once a week was linked to improved cognitive function 
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35h Updated Covid smear-test delays prompt calls for home HPV tests
BBC
Delays to smear tests in lockdown prompt cervical cancer charities to call for home-testing kits.
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38h Why you shouldn’t work from bed (and a guide to doing it anyway)
The Guardian
It may not be recommended, but, from necessity or choice, many of us find ourselves working from them. Here’s how to set up your perfect bed office
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Food to fuel up your mind: How to keep your brain finely tuned on the S.H.A.R.P. diet 19 Jan 8:56pm Food to fuel up your mind: How to keep your brain finely tuned on the S.H.A.R.P. diet
Daily Mail
Neurosurgeon Dr Sanjay Gupta believes preventing the onset of Alzheimer's and mitigating its symptoms is within our grasp - and it starts with how we fuel our bodies.
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COVID-19 patients in ICUs in full wards twice as likely to die 19 Jan 8:29pm Updated COVID-19 patients in ICUs in full wards twice as likely to die
Daily Mail
A new study from the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indiana found that patients in ICUs with high demands were twice as likely to die as those in ICUs with low demand.
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New local COVID-19 strain is found in more than one-third of patients at Los Angeles hospital 19 Jan 7:24pm Updated New local COVID-19 strain is found in more than one-third of patients at Los Angeles hospital
Daily Mail
A new study from Cedars-Sinai found that 36.4% of all coronavirus patients at the hospital had an infection linked to CAL.20C, meaning more than 372,000 cases could be linked to the virus.
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