Home Secretary sets out post-Brexit immigration plan including health and care visa, care home residents recreate iconic album covers, UK charities launch appeal to help world’s most vulnerable countries, and UK firms plan early-warning detector for COVID-19 wastewater.
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Residents and carers at a north London care home have been recreating classic album covers to keep themselves occupied during the lockdown.
A particularly “challenging winter” could bring a second wave of coronavirus infections that leads to around 120,000 deaths in UK hospitals, twice as many as the first wave, according to an estimate of a reasonable worst-case scenario.
A fast-track health and care visa has been unveiled as part of the UK's plans for a points-based immigration system when freedom of movement with the EU ends in January.
Sewage monitoring is being trialled as a way to spot new outbreaks of coronavirus, and three UK companies have now joined forces to try to develop a probe for this purpose.
An appeal to help the world's most vulnerable through the coronavirus pandemic has been launched by the UK's Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC).
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