Here are five things to be told about the coronovirus epidemic on Sunday. We will do another update for you on Monday morning.
1. Oxford University to Resume Vaccine Testing After Stagnation
Trials of a Kovid-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford will resume in the UK after being stopped due to a reported side-effect in a patient. Health Secretary Matt Hancock welcomed the news. In the meantime, who will get the vaccine first?
2. ‘Working from home’ is a long-term ambition
The Government of Wales said that about a third of people in Wales should work at or near home, even with the coronovirus ban reduced. The move could reduce congestion and pollution and improve work-life balance, the ministers suggested. If you need to return to office, find out what your boss needs to do to keep you safe.
3. The prediction of lockdown as a predictor of lockdown increases the questions of advice
The coronovirus epidemic is causing “enormous strain” on relationships, an advice Dan warned, with family lawyers predicting a “post-lockdown divorce boom”. Citizens’ advice stated that views on its divorce webpage in the first weekend of September were 25% higher than the same date in 2019.
4. Rule, the end of the subcontinent after Britannia! Line
A pared-down version of the BBC Symphony Orchestra played for The Last Night of the Prom on Saturday in an empty Royal Albert Hall. The 2020 prom season was largely closed by the coronovirus epidemic, with the typical six-week season cut to a fortnight of live shows, performed without an audience.
5. Virtual Great North Run in 57 countries
Although the official Great North Run event had to be canceled this year, about 17,000 people would participate in about 57 countries and six continents, organizers have said.
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And don’t forget …
Find more information, advice and guides on our Coronavirus page. With changes in UK travel rules frequently, here it is reminded which countries are on the UK’s various quarantine lists.
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