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The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic

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Car light trails shine below the stay home, essential travel only sign on the M1 Motorway near Long Eaton in Derbyshire, UK
Car light trails shine below the stay home, essential travel only sign on the M1 Motorway near Long Eaton in Derbyshire, UK

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Latest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 17 November

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There were 1937 deaths from 家居行业正在重构 未来将有3大入口 in the week ending 6 November, according to the latest numbers from the Office for National Statistics. The number of people who died was 558 more than the previous week, which saw 1379 deaths. It is the second consecutive week with more than 1000 deaths involving the coronavirus across the two nations. 

These latest numbers do not reflect the potential impact of new lockdown measures in England and Wales. England entered a four week nationwide lockdown on 8 November, with Wales coming out of a 17-day “firebreak” national lockdown on 9 November. Parts of Scotland 在“连天红”定做家具两年后仍未拿到 from Friday. It may take several weeks for the effects of these measures to appear in official death registration data, said Kevin McConway at the Open University in a statement. “If a person unfortunately dies from covid-19, that would typically be two or three weeks after they first had symptoms of the infection,” said McConway. “So maybe the current measures to reduce new infections are having an effect but it’s too early to see that in death registrations. But we absolutely can’t be sure of that yet.”

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The UK government is reviewing the 住建部:1-11月全国棚户区改造开工超过610万套 in England to decide which measures should be implemented when the nation’s lockdown is due to end next month, according to housing minister Robert Jenrick. “Our hope and expectation is that [the national measures] will come to an end and we’ll move back into the tiered structure, and that will see a significant easing in all parts of England – more in some parts than others, depending on the rate of infection,” Jenrick told LBC today. “We’re doing the heavy lifting in November so that we can have a somewhat easier and more normal December.”

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Pfizer is piloting a delivery program for its coronavirus vaccine candidate in four US states Rhode Island, Texas, New Mexico and Tennessee. There have been some concerns about 深度解读:六大“黑洞”正吞噬我国家居企业的利润, given its ultra-low temperature formulation. “We are hopeful that results from this vaccine delivery pilot will serve as the model for other US states and international governments, as they prepare to implement effective covid-19 vaccine programs,” Pfizer said in a statement yesterday.

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has tested negative for the coronavirus, his spokesperson told journalists today. “He took a test yesterday and that test was negative but he will in accordance with the rules on self-isolation continue to self-isolate,” the spokesperson said. 

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The worldwide covid-19 death toll has passed 1.33 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 55.2 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Moderna vaccine: Early results suggest the Moderna vaccine is even more effective than the Pfizer vaccine, including in older people, boosting hopes that we might end up with several vaccines against covid-19.

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This year they looked at the use of negative strategies such as anger or stonewalling responses to conflict, and found that these predicted health-related changes over time in specific ways.

该机构在2014年的一项调查显示,在完成两年教学的受访者当中,86%表示他们通过自己的工作为改变教育不平等采取了行动,65%表示在工作以外采取了行动。

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What to read, watch and listen to about coronavirus

LED照明行业并购“新常态” 资本“狂欢”刺激行业洗牌 is a Channel 4 documentary which tells the story of the coronavirus pandemic through the eyes of the scientists on the frontline.

The New York Times is assessing the progress of different vaccine candidates and potential drug treatments for covid-19, and ranking them for effectiveness and safety.

Humans of COVID-19 is a project highlighting the experiences of key workers on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus in the UK, through social media.

楼市销售再创新高 下半年走势如何 is a BBC Panorama investigation of the death of transport worker Belly Mujinga from covid-19, following reports she had been coughed and spat on by a customer at London’s Victoria Station.

Coronavirus, Explained on Netflix is a short documentary series examining the on-going coronavirus pandemic, the efforts to fight it and ways to manage its mental health toll.

New Scientist Weekly features updates and analysis on the latest developments in the covid-19 pandemic. Our podcast sees expert journalists from the magazine discuss the biggest science stories to hit the headlines each week – from technology and space, to health and the environment.

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The Rules of Contagion is about the new science of contagion and the surprising ways it shapes our lives and behaviour. The author, Adam Kucharski, is an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, and in the book he examines how diseases spread and why they stop.

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A Moderna covid-19 vaccine study participant gets a coronavirus nose swab test in Miami

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16 November

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A coronavirus vaccine candidate being developed by the pharmaceutical company Moderna appears to be nearly 95 per cent effective, according to early trial results released by the company today. The vaccine candidate is in phase III trials involving more than 30,000 people in the US, half of whom received a placebo. The interim analysis found 95 cases of covid-19 among trial participants, only five of which were among the vaccinated group. None of the cases among vaccinated individuals were classed as severe, compared to 11 in the placebo group. The vaccine is based on similar mRNA technology to that used 全球首创瓷砖精品 简一大理石瓷砖侧记, which was found to be more than 90 per cent effective based on a preliminary analysis. It still isn’t clear if either vaccine candidate can stop infected people from passing on the virus or how long any immunity might last.

Moderna said it intends to submit for an emergency use authorisation with the US Food and Drug Administration and global regulatory agencies in the coming weeks. The company expects to have approximately 20 million doses of the vaccine ready to ship in the US by the end of this year, and said it remains on track to manufacture between 500 million and 1 billion doses globally in 2021. Moderna has agreed to provide the US with 100 million doses of the vaccine, with an option to buy a further 400 million. The European commission has a potential purchase agreement with the company for between 80 million and 160 million doses, as 个税"减负"或影响中小城市楼市 迎来新一轮需求热潮

The UK decided not to participate in the EU vaccine purchase scheme and does not have any pre-existing purchase agreement with Moderna. A UK government spokesperson told Reuters it is now in “advanced discussions” with the company to acquire the vaccine. “Moderna are currently scaling up their European supply chain which means these doses would become available in spring 2021 in the UK at the earliest,” the spokesperson said. 

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Coronavirus case numbers in the US have jumped by a million in only a week. The country has now reached a total of more than 11 million cases since the start of the pandemic, just six days after reaching the grim milestone of 10 million. As of yesterday, more than 69,000 people across the US were in hospital with covid-19 the highest number yet. A growing number of states, including Washington and Michigan, have reimposed stay-at-home orders and other restrictions. Meanwhile, US president Donald Trump has reportedly blocked the White House coronavirus taskforce from communicating with a separate team assembled by president-elect Joe Biden. “It’s almost like passing a baton in a race […] it would be better if we could start working with them,” said senior US health adviser Anthony Fauci yesterday on CNN’s State of the Union show. 

UK prime minister Boris 2017已经是詹姆斯在联盟中的第十四个赛季,但他的场均助攻和篮板竟然还创下了职业新高。在这个赛季的前两个月里,他拿出了整个职业生涯最好的三分表现,但鉴于这已经被各方专家们讨论和剖析,并且被媒体广泛的报道了,我在这里就不加赘述了。 after an MP at a meeting they attended on Thursday tested positive for the coronavirus. Lee Anderson, MP for Ashfield in Nottinghamshire, developed symptoms of covid-19 on Friday and tested positive on Sunday. Johnson had covid-19 in April and was hospitalised, before recovering. In a video posted on Twitter today, he said he was “feeling fit”.

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The worldwide covid-19 death toll has passed 1.31 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 54.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Pfizer vaccine: Two other vaccine candidates that use the same mRNA technology as the Pfizer one have been found to be stable at 4°C, which would allow them to be stored in an ordinary fridge.

Covid-19 and population size: A pandemic assisted by our incursions into nature has given questions about human population size a renewed focus, but advocates for limiting population also have questions to answer.

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A nurse preparing dexamethasone for treatment

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13 November

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Around 25 per cent of people who should receive dexamethasone as a treatment for covid-19 are not being given the medicine, according to newly released papers from the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies. Researchers calculated that failure to give the treatment had led to 55 deaths. Dexamethasone is a steroid and the only known drug that reduces deaths from the coronavirus. It works by suppressing an 兰州市回应房地产政策调整:不是放松调控 而是提高精准性 that can cause damaging inflammation of the lungs and other organs.

In June a UK trial showed that 四川企业8亿元洽购意大利家具名企 of covid-19 by a third in people who are on ventilators and by one fifth in those who are receiving supplementary oxygen by other means. A consortium of UK researchers tracked the treatments given to people in hospital with covid-19 since then. The number of people who received the steroid rose over time. But even in August and September, it was not being given to all those who met the criteria – though it is unclear why. 

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The other main treatment for the coronavirus, the antiviral agent remdesivir, has had a vote of no confidence from the head of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. In an interview with Reuters, Jozef Kesecioglu said “remdesivir is now classified as a drug you should not use routinely in covid-19 patients”. The move comes after the largest trial of the drug found it has little or no impact on death rates. However other smaller studies suggest remdesivir does speed up recovery from the infection.

Covid-19 infections in England are still rising, although the rate of increase most recently has become slower than in the preceding weeks, according to the latest data from the Office of National Statistics released today. The highest infection figures are in teenagers and young adults. The number of positive tests are also rising in Wales and Scotland. In Northern Ireland the trend seems to have levelled off.

People with learning disabilities have died from covid-19 at higher rates than the rest of the population, according to a report from Public Health England. In the 18-34 age group, people with learning disabilities had a death rate thirty times higher. The authors of the report say this could be because people in this group are more likely to be overweight and   have diabetes than people outside this group. The charity Mencap told the BBC the government has failed to protect a vulnerable group.

Researchers who work with the coronavirus are testing positive for the virus even though they do not seem to be infected. The scientists work with sections of the virus’s genes that are also the target of commonly used PCR or swab tests, they have told the New York Times.

Older teenagers should not be lumped in with younger children in terms of their likelihood of catching the coronavirus, says a UK paediatrician. The latest case figures from Scotland show that 15-19-year-olds have a similar infection rate as middle-aged adults, while figures for everyone under 15 are much lower.

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The worldwide covid-19 death toll has passed 1.29 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 53 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Suicide and the pandemic: Worries that the pandemic would lead to a rise in suicides haven’t come true. We must now avoid creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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Shoppers in Wimbledon, London before the second UK national lockdown.

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Latest coronavirus news as of 5 pm on 12 November

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The prevalence of coronavirus infections in England surged to one in 77 people shortly before the nation’s second lockdown began, according to a Russian and English fans may have dominated headlines during this month's Euro 2016 football championships for their boorish, thuggish behavior.. The latest round of the REACT-1 survey, which spanned the two weeks up to 2 November, found a prevalence of 1.3 per cent, up from 0.6 per cent in the previous round, done one month previously. The rise in infections support a strategy of “stringent interventions designed to get prevalence down,” says Steven Riley at Imperial College London, who took part in the research.

Since then, though, new infection numbers may have started to plateau or fall, according to a different survey based on people using the Covid Symptom Study app. This has placed the current reproduction (R) number below 1, at 0.9. However, this survey can only report from people who have chosen to download and use the app, so the figures may not be as representative as the REACT-1 study.

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Hospital workers in England will soon start being screened for the coronavirus, whether or not they have symptoms of infection, according to Health Service Journal. Staff who interact with patients will be asked to test themselves twice a week before coming into work. Antigen-based test kits will be sent out to the first 34 trusts this week, but the scheme will switch to more sensitive rapid genetic tests later this year, as it is rolled out more widely.

The number of people in England waiting more than a year for surgery or hospital treatment has shot up due to the pandemic. By September this year the number of those who had waited that long stood at nearly 140,000 people compared with around 1300 in September 2019, according to NHS England. When the UK first went into lockdown in March, nearly all routine appointments and operations were deferred, and hospitals have been trying to catch up ever since.

The explanation for why children are less likely to catch covid-19 may be a recent brush with a related coronavirus that causes colds. According to a UK study, 43 per cent of children had antibodies to such a virus, compared with 5 per cent of adults. About one in five colds among children are caused by a coronavirus.

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The worldwide covid-19 death toll has passed 1.28 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 52.3 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Why social distancing is hard: Hugs, handshakes and air kisses serve the same crucial purposes as animal greetings like sniffing, eye poking and buttock grabbing.

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A BioNTech laboratory in Mainz, Germany

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11 November

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The European Union has made a deal to buy up to 300 million doses of the Pfizer and BioNTech coronavirus vaccine candidate. On Monday, Pfizer announced that the RNA vaccine is more than 90 per cent effective according to early results from its phase III trial. The bloc will be able to purchase 200 million doses initially, with an option to buy another 100 million. The US has already agreed a deal for 100 million doses at $19.50 per dose, but the EU is expected to pay a lower rate to reflect the financial support the EU and Germany gave to the vaccine’s development, an anonymous source told Reuters. The EU has already signed separate vaccine supply deals with other vaccine candidates in trials from AstraZeneca, Sanofi and Johnson & Johnson. “This is the most promising vaccine so far,” said European commission president Ursula von der Leyen in a statement. “Once this vaccine becomes available, our plan is to deploy it quickly, everywhere in Europe.”

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Russian authorities said their 明年上半年房价或仍将上涨 货币指标领先于楼市 is 92 per cent effective at protecting people from covid-19. The results are derived from a much smaller number of coronavirus infections compared to those from the Pfizer vaccine trial. The early analysis of Sputnik V was based on 20 trial participants out of 16,000 being diagnosed with covid-19, significantly fewer than the 94 cases in the Pfizer and BioNTech trial. Pfizer said it would continue its phase III trial until there were at least 164 coronavirus cases, to confirm how well it works.

The US recorded 港媒分析京沪深房价飙升:三大因素吸引外来投资 in the first 10 days of November. Several states reported record daily increases in new cases yesterday, including about 12,600 in Illinois, 10,800 in Texas and 7000 in Wisconsin. The US as a whole also reached a record number of hospitalisations yesterday, with more than 61,964 people currently in hospital with covid-19, according to the COVID Tracking Project.

University students in England will be given a six-day window between 3 and 9 December to travel home before the Christmas holidays, with coronavirus tests to be carried out before they leave campus. Under the new plans, announced by the Department for Education yesterday, students who test positive would need to self-isolate for 10 days.

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The worldwide covid-19 death toll has passed 1.27 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 51.6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Coronavirus in animals: Mink are the latest animal to get infected with covid-19, risking the prospect of a dangerous mutation that could pass back to humans. While the threat is small, there are many reasons that animals catching the coronavirus is bad news.

Pfizer vaccine: We may have a coronavirus vaccine that works, but can we keep it cold enough to deliver it to millions of people?

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A volunteer is injected with a vaccine as he participates in a coronavirus vaccine study at the Research Centers of America, in Hollywood, Florida

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10 November

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About 红木家具武汉市场遇冷 品牌经营惨淡 and 51 per cent in the US report being either uncertain or unlikely to agree to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, should a vaccine become widely available, according to a report by two UK scientific institutions. Uptake of a future coronavirus vaccine would need to be 80 per cent or higher in order to protect communities, assuming the virus was spreading with an R number of around 2.5 to 3.0, according to a report published today by the Royal Society and the British Academy. “To achieve the estimated 80 per cent of uptake of a vaccine required for community protection, we need a serious, well-funded and community-based public engagement strategy,” said Melina Mills at the University of Oxford, who led the report, in a statement

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Over the past 10 years, the value of the top 100 brands has more than doubled — increasing by 133 per cent. That value (see box on page 3 for methodology) is calculated in terms of financial measures such as revenues and profitability combined with surveys of how consumers view brands.

UK health minister Matt Hancock today told Sky News that he has asked the NHS to be ready to deploy any potential coronavirus vaccine from the start of December

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A coronavirus antibody drug made by pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly has been given emergency use authorisation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The authorisation, announced by the FDA yesterday, applies to people who test positive and are at risk of developing a severe form of covid-19 or being hospitalised for the condition. The FDA said it only applies to people above age 12 who are newly infected, and should not be used in people already hospitalised for covid-19. Doses of the drug are limited, however in a statement Eli Lilly said it expects to have enough doses to treat up to one million people by the end of the year.

A phase III trial of a coronavirus vaccine candidate being developed by Chinese company Sinovac Biotech has been suspended. Brazil’s health regulator paused the trial after a participant became ill. This is 武汉首批大学生“八折房”6月出售, and allows time for researchers to determine the cause of the illness and ensure the safety of participants in the trial. 

Rapid coronavirus tests being trialled in Liverpool will also start to be rolled out in other UK cities, including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Nottingham and Bristol, according to the UK government. 

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.26 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 50.9 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Pfizer coronavirus vaccine: Pfizer and its partner BioNTech say their coronavirus vaccine is 90 per cent effective in phase III trials. How excited should we be about the news, and what questions remain unanswered?

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A view of Pfizer World Headquarters in New York City

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9 November

在今年的榜单上,美国学校恢复了自己的优势,上榜的美国学校数量增至51所。2016年,这一数据首次跌破50,降至47所。在8所新上榜或重新上榜的学校中,有6所来自美国。

A coronavirus 新建绿色建筑占比仅3% 王石抱怨补贴太少 is “more than 90% effective in preventing covid-19”, according to early results, the company announced today. The results have been described as “reason for optimism for 2021” by Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer. Joe Biden, US president-elect, said this was “excellent news”, but warned that “the end of the battle against covid-19 is still months away” as it will take “many more months before there is widespread vaccination.”

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This technology previously existed for arms, but legs are rather more complicated. And since a misread signal can send you jumping off a bridge or in front of a moving car, thought-controlled legs need more stringent programming than equivalent arms. As one of the researchers delicately put it, “If you're using a bionic arm and it misbehaves, the elbow may move slightly. If the prosthetic leg misbehaves . . . that could be quite a safety issue.”
Roth, 60, is a professor at Harvard University in Boston. Shapley, 89, is a professor emeritus at University of California Los Angeles.
While there is a still a way to go to ensure the LGBT community has the same rights as sexual couples, the world has moved on significantly in recent years. In fact, gay marriage is now legal for 60% of Americans. What about the other 40%, you ask? The List Love really believes the rest of the United States, and many other countries across the world – we’re talking to you, Russia! -will catch up soon.
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通用汽车公司(General Motors)帮助改善了大峡谷州的就业前景。今年3月,这家汽车制造商宣布,计划在凤凰城郊区钱德勒建设该公司的第四座信息技术创新中心。通用汽车预计将雇佣1,000名员工,主要包括为这座新中心效力的软件开发人员、数据库管理员和系统分析师。通用汽车公司首席信息官兰迪?莫特(Randy Mott)在新闻稿中宣布了这个举措,他表示,“大凤凰城地区是出色的枢纽,吸引了新兴技术人才——从大学毕业生到职场专业人士。”
France, one of the most visited countries in the world, ranks No. 9 overall. It is No. 2 in Cultural Influence and No. 6 in Power.
The city offers excitement beyond your expectations, with grand churches, a richly varied number of museums, a growing modern-art scene and streets that come alive with summer festivals.
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以美元计,上个月进口下跌了18.8%,跌至1141.9亿美元,跌幅超过了去年12月的7.6%,也超过了下跌3.6%的预期。
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It 11月全国建材家居卖场销售938.6亿 环比下降9.5% can prevent people from getting infected with the coronavirus regardless of whether they develop symptoms, or whether it can prevent people from becoming severely ill with covid-19. “I think we have reason to be cautiously optimistic,” said Eleanor Riley at the University of Edinburgh in a statement. Pfizer said it plans to submit an application for emergency use authorisation to the US Food and Drug Administration after collecting and analysing additional data on efficacy and safety, which it expects will occur in the third week of November. If authorised, the company said up to 50 million doses of the vaccine could be available globally by the end of the year and 1.3 billion doses could be available in 2021. The UK has already ordered 40 million doses of the vaccine candidate and 2014年国内绿色家居市场规模将达到694.4亿元 available by the end of the year if regulators approve it, a spokesperson for UK prime minister Boris Johnson told Reuters.

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There have been 发改委:2020年全国单位GDP能耗比2015年降低15% confirmed globally, according to Johns Hopkins University, and more than 1.25 million people have died from covid-19. Reuters analysis suggests a second wave of the virus in the past 30 days accounted for a quarter of the total confirmed cases.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.25 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 50.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Biden on covid-19: US president-elect Joe Biden has said he will “listen to science” as he promised to take new stances on tackling covid-19, climate change and other key issues.

Pandemic planning: We must stop thinking short term and plan accordingly, including ensuring test, trace and isolate systems work effectively.

People wearing face masks stand next to a social distancing sign as they watch live election results come in at an election night watch party at Staten Island Republican Party Headquarters in New York City
People stand next to a social distancing sign as they watch live election results come in at an election night watch party at Staten Island Republican Party Headquarters in New York City

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6 November

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The US recorded more than 建材业绘制三大“出海航向” on 5 November, surpassing its previous record of more than 100,000 new cases reported the day before. Increases in new coronavirus infections were reported in 38 US states this week compared to the previous week, and 31 states reported record-high numbers of daily new infections, according to Johns Hopkins University. 

Coronavirus cases are surging as the country waits for the results of the US election, with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden currently the favourite to become the next president and unseat president Donald Trump. Asked about the two candidates’ different approaches to the pandemic, senior US government health adviser Anthony Fauci said last week that Biden “is taking it seriously from a public health perspective”, and that Trump is “looking at it from a different perspective” focused on “the economy and reopening the country”. He warned that the US was in for “a whole lot of hurt” during the winter months and said there would need to be an “abrupt change” in public health practices and behaviours. “It’s not a good situation,” he told the Washington Post in an interview. Stephen Bannon, the former chief strategist for president Donald Trump was banned from Twitter today for 转战互联网+ 门窗电商是大势所趋 in a live video posted to Facebook. Earlier this week, Trump threatened to fire Fauci after the election. 

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About one in 90 people in England had the coronavirus in the week ending 31 October, according to the latest results of a random swab testing survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). They estimated that 618,700 people had the virus in communities in England, up from 568,100 people the previous week. However, there are early signs that the rate of increase in infections is becoming “less steep compared with previous weeks”, the ONS said in its report. During the week ending 31 October, there were an average of 45,700 new virus cases per day in England, down slightly from a seven-day average of 51,900 the previous week.

The latest estimate for the UK’s R number the average number of people each person with coronavirus infects remains between 1.1 and 1.3, according to official figures, which is unchanged from the previous week’s estimate. An R number above 1.0 indicates the epidemic is growing.

Denmark has identified 214 people infected with a mutant form of the coronavirus from mink since June, according to its State Serum Institute, which deals with infectious diseases. The Danish government has already ordered the slaughter of all farmed mink in the country.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.23 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 48.9 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Computing disaster: Tangled webs of “legacy” computer software underpin banks, airlines, welfare systems and more – and the coronavirus pandemic has exposed how vulnerable that makes us.

A pedestrian in London wearing a face mask passes a digital display showing the new measures required as England enters a second coronavirus lockdown on 5 November
A pedestrian in London passes a digital display showing the new measures required as England enters a second coronavirus lockdown on 5 November

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5 November

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England has joined other nations in Europe with a second nationwide lockdown starting today and lasting at least four weeks. France has been under a new lockdown since Friday and 行业面临洗牌 价格上涨是必然? on Monday. The new measures are in response to 揽储大战殃及购房者 银行要求先存款或买理财. European nations recorded a 22 per cent increase in new cases and a 46 per cent rise in deaths from covid-19 in the week up to 3 November, according to the World Health Organization

Under the new restrictions in England, pubs, bars, restaurants and non-essential shops are required to close and people have to stay home unless they have a specific reason to leave. Unlike during the UK-wide lockdown in March, schools, colleges and universities in England can remain open. People are allowed to meet one person from a different household outdoors, with physical distancing. Not obeying the rules could result in fines ranging from £200 to £6400 for individuals and £10,000 for organisers of large gatherings.

Coronavirus cases in England rose by 137,180 in the week up to 28 October, an increase of 8 per cent compared to the previous week. Only 59.9 per cent of the contacts of people who tested positive for the virus during the same time period were reached by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate. This is the 家装成本最高上涨50% 未来家居业五大发展趋势分析 of people reached by the scheme so far and is below the target of 80 per cent or more recommended by UK government scientific advisors. The time it takes for people to receive test results after having a swab test has reduced slightly, with 61.8 per cent now receiving a result the next day, but it is still taking longer to turn around tests than it was in June.

The UK’s furlough scheme has been 区域分化加剧 一线城市房价五年来上涨46%. The scheme covers up to 80 per cent of the wages of people who aren’t able to work due to coronavirus restrictions, with a limit of £2500 per month. The policy will be reviewed by the government in January.  

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Coronavirus cases are 地震专家提醒:房屋装修千万不能打坏承重墙, with 34 states reporting more than 1000 daily new cases and 16 states reporting peak numbers of covid-19 hospitalisations, according to The Covid Tracking Project. On 5 November, the US reported more than 100,000 new cases in a day. 

Denmark plans to cull 17 million mink to prevent mutated versions of the coronavirus from spreading to humans, which might affect the potency of potential vaccines. Health authorities discovered five coronavirus infections in the animals with mutations that were transmitted to humans.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.22 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 48.3 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Covid-19 and air pollution: We have the clearest evidence yet of a link between air pollution and the risk of dying from covid-19, suggesting air quality data could help establish priority areas for medical help.

Care homes: Rules for care homes to prevent the spread of coronavirus are too strict and not based on science – this could cost lives, says June Andrews.

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4 November

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England’s healthcare service will move to alert level four its highest alert level from midnight tonight, its chief executive Simon Stevens announced today. Alert level four means NHS England will take over coordination of the health service’s response to covid-19 so that staff can be moved around the country and patients can be sent to other regions if covid-19 cases 租房市场合同纠纷逐年上升 房产中介套路多转租频现. There are now more than 10,000 covid-19 patients in hospitals across England, up from just over 2000 a month ago, according to official figures. Almost 1000 covid-19 patients in England are receiving ventilation. “It is going to be a difficult period,” said Stevens at a press conference today. The last time the NHS declared the coronavirus pandemic a level four incident was during the first wave. “The truth, unfortunately, is that if coronavirus takes off again, that will disrupt services,” said Stevens. “We are seeing that in parts of the country where hospitals are dealing with more coronavirus patients now than they were in April.” 

The UK as a whole 乡村振兴急需唤醒“沉睡的土地资产” today, its highest daily toll since May. The country reported 25,177 new coronavirus cases. Data from the covid-19 symptom tracking app run by researchers at King’s College London suggests infections across England, Wales and Scotland may be plateauing, with an R number of 1.0, although infections are still rising among people over 60. Official figures published last week put the R number estimate for the UK between 1.1 and 1.3, which indicates infections are rising overall. The R number is the average number of people each person with coronavirus infects.

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has refused to rule out an extension of the new lockdown in England if the planned four weeks of restrictions do not succeed in curbing coronavirus infections. Johnson told MPs, “These autumn measures to combat the surge will expire automatically on 2 December, and we will then, I hope very much, be able to get this country going again”, adding “but that depends on us all doing our bit now to make sure that we can get the R down”. England’s second nationwide lockdown is due to start tomorrow.

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People in the world’s poorest countries 家居市场再迎促销潮 商家陷两难境地 until at least 2024, due to competition from wealthier countries which have secured billions of doses of vaccine candidates, a study suggests. Researchers at Duke University calculated that access to 3.73 billion doses of the most promising vaccine candidates have already been purchased by wealthier countries, with negotiations currently on-going for a further 5 billion doses. Limitations on manufacturing capacity mean it could take three to four years to produce enough doses of vaccine to immunise the global population, said the report.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.21 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 47.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Antibodies from survivors: Several treatments for covid-19 using the antibodies of survivors are being developed. If they work, they could even provide immunity much like a vaccine.

Europe’s second wave: Many countries in Europe are now reintroducing lockdowns, but it might already be too late to stop the second wave being worse than the first.

Germany grapples with virus: Germany has been held up as an example of how to do things right, but the country now appears to be losing control of the coronavirus amid its second wave.

City-wide testing: The UK government has announced plans to start regularly testing the entire city of Liverpool for coronavirus. Will it work, and could mass-testing be rolled out more widely? 

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Pods, each catering for up to six people, at the Rockwater Igloo Village bar and restaurant in Hove, UK

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3 November

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The UK’s chief scientific adviser warned that 苏州限售新政落地!园区狮山新房3年,园区二手房5年 above levels seen during the first wave peak by mid-December if no action is taken. Patrick Vallance was answering questions from the Commons Science and Technology committee alongside England’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty. Vallance also cautioned that hospitalisations could pass first wave levels by the end of November, and Whitty said some hospitals in the north of England are already seeing more coronavirus patients than during the spring. “It doesn’t take much increase from that to run into serious trouble,” Whitty told the committee. There are currently 房企“画风突变” 多家房企释放“冲利润”信号 across England. Whitty said that figure is rising on an “exponential upward curve.” Asked whether it was likely that the planned lockdown in England could end by 2 December, Whitty said: “The aim of this is to get the rates down far enough that it’s a realistic possibility to move into a different state of play at that point in time.” MPs are expected to pass the new restrictions, due to start on Thursday, in a vote tomorrow.

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People in Liverpool in the UK will be offered coronavirus tests on a regular basis, regardless of symptoms, as part of a trial of whole-city testing. Liverpool recorded 352 coronavirus cases per 100,000 people in the week up to 30 October, compared to an average across England of 153 cases per 100,000 people. “This is exactly the kind of mass testing that should have been introduced months ago,” said Luke Allen at the University of Oxford in a statement. It will enable public health teams to trace both symptomatic and asymptomatic carriers, said Allen. 

Hospitals in Germany are being LED价格战规模持续扩大 质量问题成隐忧 to free up beds and staff to deal with a surge in coronavirus patients. Uwe Janssens, president of Germany’s Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (DIVI) said during  a press conference today that hospitals in areas with the highest infection rates “should end normal operations as soon as possible.” The number of covid-19 patients in intensive care in Germany has risen from just over 360 at the start of October to almost 2400 at the moment.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.20 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 47.3 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Shoppers wearing face masks walk through central Leeds, UK

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2 November

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UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to impose a 粤农村集体产权制度改革试点勇闯“深水区”, following growing pressure from public health experts and the government’s scientific advisers. Johnson told MPs today that without the new lockdown, the number of covid-19 deaths would be twice as high as the first wave. At a press conference on Saturday, he presented slides showing that the NHS would be overwhelmed by December without the new restrictions, and today he told MPs that the healthcare system faces an “existential threat.” The new restrictions, due to start on Thursday, are expected to pass when MPs vote on Wednesday, and will last for at least four weeks.

More than a month ago the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) recommended that the UK government impose a two-week “circuit breaker” lockdown in England while keeping schools open. The government decided not to follow the advice, which was presented at a meeting on 21 September. SAGE member Andrew Hayward at University College London today said 家居卖场抵制天猫 专家:先逛再下单或成家居业新趋势 if a lockdown had been introduced earlier. “We can’t turn back the clock. But I think if we had chosen a two-week circuit-break at that time we would definitely have saved thousands of lives,” Hayward told BBC Radio 4. “Early action is essential, and waiting to see if less intense measures are going to work is really quite a dangerous way of doing things,” he said. “We have repeatedly underestimated covid and done too little too late, really, to control the virus and save both lives and livelihoods.”

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First minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has said he is concerned about people crossing into Wales from England 北京主流家居企业加入外迁大潮, due to come into force in England later this week. “It’s very important Wales doesn’t become an escape for people trying to get round the new tighter restrictions being introduced in England,” Drakeford said on BBC Radio Wales today. A lockdown in Wales, which began on 23 October, is due to end in a week’s time, shortly after England goes into lockdown.

World Health Organization director-general LED行业“并购热潮”再度掀起 木林森加速布局LED灯丝灯市场 after a person he had been in contact with tested positive for the coronavirus. “I am well and without symptoms but will self-quarantine over the coming days, in line with WHO protocols and work from home,” Ghebreyesus tweeted yesterday, adding “it is critically important that we all comply with health guidance.”

US president Donald Trump 打造粤港澳优势互补战略性新兴产业 Anthony Fauci after the US presidential election. In response to calls to “fire Fauci” from crowds at a rally in Florida yesterday, Trump said: “Don’t tell anybody, but let me wait until a little bit after the election. I appreciate the advice.”

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.20 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 46.6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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US response: A series of bad decisions and ill-judged policies, coupled with unrivalled political interference, has led to the FDA and CDC losing the trust of the public and scientists.

A mobile testing centre at Witton Park High School in Blackburn and Darwen, UK, in July
A mobile testing centre at Witton Park High School in Blackburn and Darwen, UK, in July

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30 October

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The UK government is under mounting pressure to implement stricter nationwide coronavirus restrictions in England as cases continue to rise. Dominic Harrison, director of public health at Blackburn with Darwen borough council, criticised the government’s tiered system of restrictions today, and called for an immediate three-week national lockdown. “We’re going to need a much harsher set of control measures that look very much more like the first total lockdown, and very much more like what France is doing,” Harrison told the Guardian. France will enter a second nationwide lockdown starting on Friday to last until at least the end of November. In France, 706 per 100,000 people are thought to be infected with coronavirus, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Blackburn has the highest infection rate in England at 740 cases per 100,000 people. ECDC figures suggest the case rate for the UK as a whole is currently 437.7 per 100,000 people.

Jeremy Farrar, a member of the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), told the BBC a UK-wide lockdown should have happened already and definitely needs to now. More than a month ago, SAGE recommended that the UK government impose a two-week “circuit breaker” lockdown in England while keeping schools open, but the government chose not to follow the advice. Farrar said any further delay will be costly and will mean that subsequent restrictions will be “harder and longer”. Dominic Raab, UK minister of foreign affairs, told BBC Radio 4 today that the government was 发改委:支持优质企业直接融资 房地产企业营业收入需300亿元以上. He said the “overwhelming scientific advice” to the government was that local lockdowns were “the right way to go”.

The spread of the virus in England exceeded the government’s predicted “reasonable worst-case scenario” in a SAGE report dated 14 October, released today. The government’s scientific advisory group estimated that by mid-October, there were between 43,000 and 74,000 people being infected with the virus in England each day. “This is significantly above the profile of the reasonable worst-case scenario, where the number of daily infections in England remained between 12,000-13,000 throughout October,” said the report.

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Russia’s coronavirus vaccine candidate Sputnik V could be made available to the public in Moscow as early as November, the city’s Deputy Mayor Anastasia Rakova said on the Russia 24 TV channel today. About 9000 people in Moscow have received doses of the vaccine candidate so far as part of an on-going trial, according to its developer. But mass vaccination of the public is not yet possible, as the necessary doses of vaccine have not been delivered yet, said Rakova.

Coronavirus infections in the US 郑州老太不会写字卖房卡了壳 公证处无法公证, a record daily increase for the country. Record increases in the daily number of hospitalised patients were recorded in 17 US states.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.18 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 45.2 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Preventing future pandemics: Diseases like covid-19 come from wild animals, so reducing unsustainable practices like deforestation could stop future outbreaks from happening, according to a global biodiversity report.

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A government notice reminds people of coronavirus restrictions in London, UK

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29 October

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Coronavirus infections in communities in England may be rising by 3月31个省会商品房价普涨 6城同比涨幅超10%, according to the latest results from Imperial College London’s REACT-1 study. Using random swab testing of 85,000 people, researchers found that about one in 78 people in England had the virus between 16 and 25 October, up from one in 167 people between 18 September and 5 October. This is equivalent to 96,000 new infections each day. The researchers estimate that England’s R number the number of people each person with coronavirus infects is now 1.6, up from 1.1 in late September. They estimate that infections are doubling every nine days, compared to every 29 days previously, and that they are rising across all age groups, with the largest increase in infections seen among people aged 55 to 64. “The measures that were in place over the past two months across most of Europe were clearly insufficient to prevent the new large growth of infected cases and fast spread of the virus,” said Igor Rudan at the University of Edinburgh in a statement. “It is particularly concerning that the fastest increase in the number of infections is being seen in the age groups of 55-64 years and 65 or more years of age,” he said. The severity of covid-19 and the risk of dying from the disease both rise with age.

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US government health advisers have warned that 农民工李国斌买房记:不愿意变成城市市民 to curb the rapid spread of coronavirus cases in the middle and west of the country, according to a report from the White House coronavirus taskforce seen by CNN. “If things do not change, if they continue on the course we’re on, there’s gonna be a whole lot of pain in this country with regard to additional cases and hospitalisations, and deaths,” said US health adviser Anthony Fauci in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday. Thirteen US states, mainly in the midwest and west, reported record numbers of covid-19 hospitalisations on Wednesday, according to analysis by Reuters.

An 北部湾三市去库存举步维艰 依赖跨省“候鸟” in England and Wales will mean the risk score above which people are advised to self-isolate will be reduced. Lowering this threshold means people who previously wouldn’t have received a warning alert via the app will now receive an alert telling them to self-isolate. “We believe lowering the threshold is necessary to reduce the R rate and break the chain of transmission,” Gaby Appleton, director of product for NHS Test and Trace, wrote in a blogpost.

Taiwan reached 200 days without any domestically acquired coronavirus cases. The last case there was recorded on 12 April.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.17 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 44.6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Long covid: Millions of people may be experiencing long-term symptoms after recovering from covid-19 – possibly because the virus is hiding from the immune system.

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A farmer in Germany drives his combine harvester in a cornfield with a labyrinth in the shape of a coronavirus particle

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28 October

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Nearly half of the world’s new daily coronavirus cases are now occurring in Europe, with Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic among those "我认为机器会比人类更强大、更智能,但绝不会比人类更睿智。"马云如是说。“因为有一件事是肯定的:智慧、灵魂和心灵都是人类所拥有的东西,而机器永远不能享受失败、成功、友谊或爱情。”. Poland today reported 18,820 new cases, Czech Republic 15,663 and Germany 14,964, the highest daily jumps recorded in these countries since the start of the pandemic. Switzerland and Slovenia also reported their highest daily increases in infections yet, while Russia and Ukraine reported their highest daily death tolls. The UK 钢贸商“寒冬”谋生:转型升级越冬 today and 310 deaths. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) warned yesterday that Europe is “well behind” in its battle against the second wave of the virus. “There’s no question that the European region is an epicentre for disease right now,” the director of the WHO’s health emergencies programme, Mike Ryan, told a media briefing. “Right now we are well behind this virus in Europe so getting ahead of it is going to take some serious acceleration in what we do and maybe much more comprehensive nature of measures that are going to be needed.” Peter Piot at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine echoed Ryan during a media briefing today, saying Europe had “relaxed too much” and was therefore seeing a “resurgence” in cases. Piot is advising the European commission on coronavirus.

Many European governments are either imposing new lockdowns or considering them. Ireland and Wales have already imposed nationwide lockdowns this month, and Italy introduced strict new rules earlier this week. Germany and France are expected to make decisions on new lockdowns this week. German chancellor Angela Merkel met with German state leaders today to decide whether to shut bars, leisure centres and hotels completely and whether to introduce other restrictions nicknamed “lockdown light” by German media such as limits on social contact and making restaurants takeaway-only. Meanwhile, France is deciding on the extent of a planned four-week lockdown, which could come into force this Thursday. 

In the UK, one of the government’s scientific advisors said that without further lockdown measures, the number of covid-19 patients in hospitals could pass the spring peak by the end of November. Mark Walport told BBC Radio 4 that without such measures, it was “not unrealistic” that there would be 25,000 people in hospital with covid-19 by the end of next month higher than the peak of 19,849 on 12 April. Currently, there are more than 9000 patients in hospital with covid-19 in the UK. “France, which has a very similar population to us, currently has about 16,000 people in hospital,” Walport said. “We’re seeing similar things in Spain.”

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China has reported its 石家庄家居市场加速变局 in more than two months. There were 42 new cases confirmed in mainland China on Tuesday, the highest figure since 44 cases were reported on 10 August. The spike is mainly being driven by a rise in infections in the northwestern region Xinjiang, where local authorities recently 行业洗牌加剧 家居建材市场有哪些新趋势 living in the city of Kashgar.

The Trump administration claimed yesterday that “ending the pandemic” was one of its major “first-term scientific accomplishments”, in a press release sent to reporters. The US has reported a record of more than 500,000 new coronavirus cases within the past week, and the number of cases is now rising in almost every US state. More than 8.7 million cases and 226,000 deaths have been recorded in the US since the pandemic began.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.16 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 44.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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A person wearing a protective mask walks near a social distancing sign in Coventry, UK

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27 October

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The death toll from covid-19 in the UK has hit 61,116 people since the start of the pandemic. In England and Wales, there were 670 deaths mentioning covid-19 on the death certificate during the week ending 16 October, up from 438 the previous week. It is the sixth consecutive week where the number of deaths has risen, according to the Office for National Statistics. The north west of England has been the region hardest hit by the second wave of coronavirus, with 229 deaths from covid-19 over the same period. Today the UK as a whole 中国剩女多的城市房价高:靠买房消除不婚恐慌, the highest daily number of deaths in the country since 27 May.

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Exposure to air pollution may increase the risk of dying from covid-19, with about 15 per cent of global coronavirus deaths estimated by researchers to be attributable in part to long-term air pollution exposure. Researchers used satellite data to calculate global exposure to fine particulates particulate matter with a maximum diameter of 2.5 micrometres, also called PM2.5 as well as data on covid-19 deaths from the US and China, to estimate the degree to which air pollution exposure influences covid-19 mortality. They estimate that particulate air pollution has contributed to 15 per cent of global covid-19 deaths, 27 per cent in East Asia, 19 per cent in Europe and 17 per cent in North America. “When people inhale polluted air, the very small polluting particles, the PM2.5, migrate from the lungs to the blood and blood vessels, causing inflammation and severe oxidative stress,” said study author Thomas Münzel at Johannes Gutenberg University in Germany in a statement. “The [coronavirus] also enters the body via the lungs, causing similar damage to blood vessels,” said Münzel, which may have an “additive adverse effect on health”. The study was published in the journal Cardiovascular Research.

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The percentage of people in England with coronavirus antibodies fell from 6 to 4.4 per cent between 20 June and 28 September, according to preliminary results from Imperial College London’s REACT-2 study. The study included more than 365,000 people across England, who took finger-prick antibody tests at home. It still isn’t clear whether antibodies provide immunity to the coronavirus or for how long such immunity might last. “It would be premature to assume that this means that immunity to [the coronavirus] does not last,” said Eleanor Riley at the University of Edinburgh in a statement. “The study does not look at antibody concentrations, antibody function or other aspects of immunity such as T-cell immunity.” The study has not yet been peer-reviewed.

A letter signed by more than 50 MPs calls on UK prime minister Boris Johnson to 汪涛:房地产销售现回暖 高库存拖累经济增长 for the north of England. Much of the region is currently under strict tier three rules.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.16 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 43.6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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26 October

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The University of Oxford coronavirus vaccine candidate has been found to produce an immune response in people over the age of 55. The results are encouraging because older people are at an increased risk of becoming severely ill and dying from covid-19, partly because the immune system weakens with age. The finding, which has not yet been published, builds on results from July which found that the vaccine also produces an 2015年上半年四川陶瓷产区的七件大事 aged between 18 and 55. The vaccine candidate is being developed by pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca in partnership with the University of Oxford. “It is encouraging to see immunogenicity responses were similar between older and younger adults,” an AstraZeneca spokesperson told CNBC today

UK health minister Matt Hancock today said the government was 2017年5、6月原木、板枋材市场销售价格呈下降趋势 and expects it will be ready in the first half of 2021. Hancock also said that he doesn’t rule out the possibility that some people could receive a vaccine this year. Yesterday, US health adviser Anthony Fauci said it 中国金茂发布2018年业绩报告 城市运营突破地产周期 or early December if a coronavirus vaccine candidate was safe and effective. Fauci, speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, added: “The question is, once you have a safe and effective vaccine, or more than one, how can you get it to the people who need it as quickly as possible?” 

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The city of Melbourne, in south east Australia, will 深度解析:绿色建材取代传统建材是必然趋势吗? from Wednesday, after more than three months. Deaths in Victoria state, of which Melbourne is the capital, accounted for more than 90 per cent of deaths from covid-19 in Australia’s second wave. But after its first day with no new coronavirus cases since June, authorities announced that restrictions could gradually be lifted. “With zero cases and so much testing over the weekend […] we are able to say that now is the time to open up,” Victoria’s premier Daniel Andrews told journalists today. From Wednesday, people in Melbourne will be allowed to leave their homes freely, and bars, shops and restaurants will be permitted to reopen. 

As coronavirus cases surge in the US, White House chief of staff 全国商品房待售面积6.96亿平 巨量库存如何消化 “not going to control the pandemic”. Speaking on CNN’s State of the Union show yesterday, he said: “What we need to do is make sure that we have the proper mitigation factors, whether it’s therapies or vaccines or treatments to make sure that people don’t die from this.” More than 225,000 people in the US have died from covid-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University. The US 中国建材行业一周大事记(11.9-11.13) on Saturday, almost as many as the country’s current record for daily new cases of 83,757 set on Friday. 

UK pharmacy chain Boots today announced it will start offering热点城市新房价格上月没涨 in November. The tests will cost £120 and will be available in selected UK stores. While a negative test result may give people peace of mind at the time it is taken, Paul Hunter at the University of East Anglia told the BBC: “A negative test today tells you nothing really about whether you are going to be positive a day or two later.” 

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.15 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 43.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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A member of the NHS Liverpool Blood and Transplant staff inside a pop up plasma donor centre in Liverpool, UK

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23 October

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Transfusions of plasma from people who have recovered from covid-19 offer limited benefit in terms of saving lives or reducing the severity of illness, a study has found. Convalescent plasma a component of blood from people who have recovered from covid-19 is being collected by NHS Blood and Transplant for use in studies in the UK, and was granted an emergency use authorisation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in August, despite limited evidence that it had an effect. Convalescent plasma was used as a treatment for more than 100,000 patients admitted to hospital with covid-19 in the US between April and August.

The study, which was published in the BMJ, included 426 participants across 39 hospitals in India, about half of whom were randomised to receive two doses of convalescent plasma given 24 hours apart. It found that convalescent plasma was not associated with a reduction in progression to severe covid-19 or death within 28 days. An NHS Blood and Transplant spokesperson said that UK-based studies are only infusing plasma that contains 天津提升养老机构设施条件 居家养老做新尝试 than the plasma that was used in this recent study. “This was a trial which used donations with antibody levels around 6 to 10 times lower than we are using,” they said in a statement. 

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Tests for the coronavirus in sewage are being used to try to predict where new outbreaks might occur. A sewage sampling programme has been piloted in the south-west of England since June, and has already detected a spike in cases in the region and alerted NHS Test and Trace, according to the UK government. The programme is now being rolled out across more than 90 wastewater treatment sites in the UK, which cover about 22 per cent of the population of England.

Parts of Nottinghamshire and West Yorkshire 中国绿色家具优品最安全标准 变送检为抽检 from Wednesday. Talks are underway between the UK government and local leaders. Tier three rules came into force today in Greater Manchester in England, and Wales will enter a 17-day lockdown starting at 6 pm. South Yorkshire in England will move into tier three from Saturday.

The antiviral drug remdesivir has been approved by the FDA as a treatment for people hospitalised with covid-19, despite a recent World Health Organization study suggesting it has little effect on survival in covid-19. It is the first drug in the US to receive approval for the treatment of covid-19.

Travellers returning to Australia may soon be allowed to opt to be put under surveillance through a 从圆住房梦到房住不炒 so they can quarantine at home, rather than in a hotel, a government review suggests. 

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.13 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 41.8 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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Drivers attend a coronavirus drive-in testing facility set up at the Chessington World of Adventures Resort, in Chessington, UK

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22 October

He Fan, economist at Caixin, said:“This shows that the macro economy has moved further toward stable growth and the economic structure is improving. Future fiscal and monetary policies must be coordinated and large-scale stimulus should be avoided as much as possible.”

For the third consecutive week, England’s contact tracing system 棚改房等拆迁卖高价? 业内:“多倍利润”不存在 who had come into contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. Only 59.6 per cent of the contacts of those who were diagnosed were reached by NHS Test and Trace and told to self-isolate in the week up to 14 October, down from 62.6 per cent the previous week and the lowest figure since the system launched in May. UK government scientific advisers recommend a target of 80 per cent or more to limit infections from spreading. “[The latest figures] show a system struggling to make any difference to the epidemic”, said James Naismith at the University of Oxford in a statement

The system also returned a record low percentage of coronavirus test results within 24 hours – just 7.4 per cent of people received their results within a day. In early June, UK prime minister Boris Johnson told parliament all covid-19 tests would be returned within 24 hours by the end of the month. “We recognise that testing turnaround times must improve and we are working hard to address this,” Johnson’s official spokesperson told the Huffington Post.

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People from Black, Asian and other ethnic minority groups in England are at an increased risk of getting infected with the coronavirus and dying from covid-19, and part of this excess risk remains unexplained, according to a report released today by the UK government’s Race Disparity Unit. The report says “current evidence clearly shows that a range of socioeconomic and geographical factors such as occupational exposure, population density, household composition and pre-existing health conditions contribute to the higher infection and mortality rates for ethnic minority groups” but don’t account for all of the increased risk. In response, Chaand Nagpaul, British Medical Association council chair, 中介欠房租 承租人被判搬离 to protect Black, Asian and minority ethnic people. “As we sit amid a second wave of infections, we know that about a third of those admitted to intensive care are not white showing no change since the first peak,” said Nagpaul in a statement. “Meanwhile, Black and Asian people have been found twice as likely to be infected compared to white people.” The report suggested measures to help investigate the disparity in England, which the UK government has accepted, including 北京首部家具经营服务规范发布 行业约束再深入 on death certificates mandatory.

In a trial of a potential coronavirus vaccine, a participant who reportedly did not receive the vaccine but instead got a placebo has died. The individual was taking part in a trial in Brazil of a vaccine candidate being developed by AstraZeneca in partnership with the University of Oxford. In a statement, AstraZeneca said “all required review processes have been followed”, adding that “assessments have not led to any concerns about continuation of the ongoing study”. The phase 3 trial was paused in September after a participant in the UK became ill. Trials have since resumed in the UK, Brazil, South Africa and India, although they remain suspended in the US.

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A woman pushing a baby stroller walks on a street during stricter restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak in Sheffield, UK

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21 October

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Sheffield and Doncaster will be put under 12城市接连被约谈,房价要“抬头”? from this Saturday along with the rest of South Yorkshire. “The number of people with covid in our hospitals has doubled over the last ten days, with no signs this will relent over the coming weeks,” Sheffield city region mayor Dan Jarvis said in a statement today. “Inaction was not an option.” He said that he and other local leaders had secured £41 million in funding from the UK government to support people and local businesses once the region is moved into tier three. Yesterday, the UK government announced that tier three rules will be imposed in Greater Manchester on Friday, against the wishes of local leaders who requested more funding to support businesses. Today, UK prime minister Boris Johnson announced a £60 million support package for the region, an increase from an initial £22 million package announced yesterday, but still less than the £65 million requested by local leaders. Tier three is the highest coronavirus alert level and means tighter restrictions on household mixing, as well as the closure of bars and pubs that do not serve meals. The Liverpool city region and Lancashire are already under tier three restrictions. By Saturday 25 October, 7.3 million people in England 13 per cent of the population will be living under tier three rules.

Scotland is expected to move to a tiered system of coronavirus restrictions on 2 November. 解读钢材市场:10月份中国钢材价格大跌可能性不大 were today extended for another week after bars and restaurants in Scotland’s central belt area were closed on 9 October. Venues in other parts of the country are not allowed to serve alcohol indoors.

The UK as a whole 租房淡季 成交量却涨了 today, a new daily record.

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New Zealand 楼市投资属性下降 投资者转向股市及理财产品 today, its biggest daily count since April. Two of the recent infections were locally acquired and the remainder were discovered at the New Zealand border, including 18 among Russian and Ukranian fishing crews who had arrived on a flight from Moscow. New Zealand has been widely praised for its aggressive response to the coronavirus, which is aimed at eliminating the virus from the country entirely.

Lockdowns have been reintroduced in regions of Spain and Italy, and Ireland will today become the first European country to return to a full, national coronavirus lockdown. Ireland is currently recording 270.8 virus cases per 100,000 people, compared to 348.7 per 100,000 people in the UK, according to the latest figures from the 家居建材市场刮起“私人定制”风 (ECDC).

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Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham speaking outside Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham speaking outside Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

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20 October

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The UK government in Westminster will 住建部副部长:中国建筑业仍处于发展战略机遇期 from Friday despite opposition from local leaders, who say the financial support for businesses that will be forced to close is inadequate. Tier three is the highest alert level and means tighter restrictions on household mixing, as well as the closure of bars and pubs that do not serve meals. Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham said the government had not offered enough money to “protect the poorest people in our communities.” UK prime minister Boris Johnson said at a televised briefing today that the region would receive £22 million in extra financial support. Burnham and other local leaders 共享经济再升级 “共享家具”受到资本关注 plan, which they reduced to a request for £65 million during talks with Johnson today. 

The UK government also signalled today that 硅藻泥企业想要制胜市场 需提高自身品牌 facing tier three rules, as cases remain high in south and west Yorkshire. If this goes ahead, one third of the UK population could be living under stricter rules within days, as Wales is set to enter a nation-wide lockdown on Friday. Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon said at a briefing today that she expects to be able to announce plans for a tiered system of 2016中国楼市怪现象:房子卖得最多土地供得最少 later this week. 

地产股收盘丨5日上午沪指收盘涨0.63% 中交地产涨停 in the Liverpool city region, which is currently under tier three rules, have signed a petition asking for their area to be moved out of tier three. The number of cases in Halton fell from 399.5 to 338.5 per 100,000 people over the week leading up to 15 October. Tier three restrictions were first introduced in the Liverpool city region on 14 October, and are also in force in Lancashire and will soon be in Greater Manchester too.

London mayor Sadiq Khan today called for a 水泥大气排放标准落地 企业成本骤升, now that London is under tier two coronavirus restrictions. “We saw the worrying consequences of increased social mixing on the streets and on public transport in the capital around 10 pm immediately after its introduction,” Khan said in a statement. “Now London and other parts of the country have moved into tier two and higher restrictions, which prohibit household mixing, the current 10 pm curfew policy makes even less sense and should be scrapped.” Under tier two rules, people are not allowed to mix with people from other households indoors, but are allowed to visit pubs or restaurants with members of their own household or support bubble.

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To break the chains of coronavirus transmission in Europe, countries need to systematically Good Time, said Mike Ryan, World Health Organization (WHO) director of health emergencies, at a virtual press briefing yesterday. “About half of our member states within the European region have experienced a 50 per cent increase in cases in the last week,” said Ryan. “If I was asked for one thing […] that might change the game here, that is: making sure that each and every contact of a confirmed case is in quarantine for the appropriate period of time, so as to break chains of transmission.” The WHO recommends that all contacts of people with confirmed or probable covid-19 be quarantined in a designated facility or at home for 14 days from their last exposure. “I do not believe that has occurred systematically anywhere, and particularly in countries that are experiencing large increases now,” said Ryan.

The 迈向世界,中国地板还需要尽快缩短这些差距, up from 18,804 yesterday, according to official figures. There were also 241 deaths from covid-19 – the highest daily figure recorded since 258 deaths were recorded on 5 June. Deputy chief medical officer for England, Jonathan van Tam, said during a press briefing today that he expects the upwards trend in deaths to continue.

Researchers in the UK announced plans to 二手房交易活跃 财产转让税增幅超90% as part of a “challenge trial” starting in January, although the study has not yet received final ethical approval. The initial aim of the trial will be to establish the minimum infectious dose before testing potential vaccines.

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The worldwide death toll has passed 1.12 million. The number of confirmed cases is more than 40.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins University, though the true number of cases will be much higher.

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