New developments and research about COVID-19 are emerging all the time. Here we look at the latest news, research and advice as we continue to tackle COVID-19:
In sobering world news, we pass the one million COVID-19 related deaths mark, with the likelihood that the figure is higher in reality. The US, Brazil and India make up nearly half of the total.
New research suggests that COVID-19 has mutated to become more contagious according to a US study by BMJ Yale. Patients infected with a new strain have higher “loads” of the virus.
After a rather beautiful spring and summer in the UK, many people are dreading the thought of a dark winter and facing further lockdown restrictions. As we stock up on fire pits, this article looks to Norway to offer some advice on well-being during the colder months.
In the UK, the government seeks to roll out it’s NHS COVID-19 app. The app had 12 million downloads within five days, but not without a few hiccups.
So many children and teachers returned to school in September and caught a cold. With all the sanitising we’ve been doing, how has this happened? Here a virologist-turned-teacher explains the difference between a cold and COVID-19.
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