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the face masks, The World health organization said in an updated manual. The global health body said could provide new information showed the masks, "a barrier to potentially infectious droplets". The Who had originally said, it's not to to say enough evidence that healthy people should wear masks, although some countries recommend that people do.2. Nursing home residents face steep hike in fees
nursing home residents who pay their own fees to cover the cost of the coronavirus, the Age Uk claims. The additional money will be sought to pay for the personal protective equipment and the increasing costs for staff, to add insult to injury for those who" have "through The Mill " during the pandemic, the said charity.3. Is China to be bolder in the course of the pandemic?
China was The First country with a coronavirus, which is now a global pandemic. But so much of The World is trying to contain the medical, social, and economic consequences of Covid-19, with what it sees as The Pursuit of their national interests. Of Hong Kong , The South China Sea, The Bbc 's Paul Adams examines why China could be, if we act now.4. Merseyside's" forgotten street "
Coronavirus has some of the poorest communities the hardest, with rates in The Most disadvantaged parts of England are twice as high as The Most affluent areas have. The pandemic, the Public Health in England. In this video, Ed Thomas reports from a street in Merseyside, where three people died recently.5. Roman site is family lockdown-home
A couple, to move the work of The Trust , which runs Hexham there with her Two Children , when the country went into lockdown in March. Only the intention to remain there for three or four weeks, Sonya and Colin Galloway, will be on the Website with their sons for 11 weeks - an experience, which The Family describes as "surreal".And not Forget .
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