‘The government gave everyone the green light to return to university…’

Students are in the headlines this week, and their potential impact on the spread of COVID-19 is huge. They have been encouraged back to university and many are currently under forced quarantine. Lancaster University engineering student Will Moore has expressed some real life concerns about the pandemic and highlights a...

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In England you can still visit people indoors, but only in a group up to 6. This is the golden rule, and replaces the previous guidance on households. Children are included in the 6. Schools are staying open, and it’s likely to stay this way.

Hospitality will stay open, but the 10pm curfew stands as of now.

On 22 September, the government announced some additional measures to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. The thinking is that a limited package of restrictions now will be key to preventing a more substantial lockdown further down the line. Using the official guidance from www.gov.uk, we’ve put together a small...

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The run-down on what’s going on with all sorts of things Coronavirus, to clear up the confusion.

  The run-down on what’s going on with all sorts of things Coronavirus, to clear up the confusion.  Who can get tested? Anybody who needs one (see below). People living in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are eligible. They’re free, and they’re provided by the NHS. The nasal swab...

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