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  1. That’s it from us for this present day

    That’s it from us for this present day – thanks for joining us.

    The writers for the live page this present day had been:

    George Wright, Lauren Turner, Alice Cuddy and Alex Therrien.

    The page used to be edited by Vicky Baker and Holly Wallis.

  2. Night round-up

    Folks in a park

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    We’re about to raise our live page to a halt for this present day, but earlier than we construct, right here’s a recap of the basic tales from this present day:

    • India has recorded the arena’s highest-ever day-to-day series of cases, with more than 96,000 reported on Friday.
    • And in Belgium, soccer fans are situation to come to stadiums for high league fits, though numbers can be strictly restricted with social distancing.
  3. ‘Being concerned indicators’ of an infection in UK elderly

    There are “annoying indicators” of infections amongst the elderly, Public Health England’s medical director Prof Yvonne Doyle has mentioned.

    Her warning came as day-to-day cases within the UK rose to the most spicy level since 17 Can also unprejudiced.

    A total of 3,539 sleek Covid-19 cases had been recorded on Friday, the Division of Health mentioned, up from 2,919 the day prior to this.

    Prof Doyle mentioned: “Even supposing youthful of us continue to form up the greatest half of unusual cases, we’re now initiating to stumble on annoying indicators of infections going down within the elderly, who’re at a ways better risk of getting severely sick.

    “That is a reminder of the ongoing risk as the virus spreads all the way via the UK.

    “Folks ought to soundless continue to prepare social distancing rules, wash their fingers on an everyday foundation and save on a face keeping in enclosed areas.

    “You ought to no longer mix with others when sick.”

  4. NI Covid-19 restrictions: Your questions answered

  5. Staging a competition all the way via an epidemic

    Impress Savage

    Song reporter, BBC News

    Sir Tom Jones

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    Two weeks within the past, in a walled backyard in Hertfordshire, Sir Tom Jones played a greatest hits situation to an audience of crickets and butterflies.

    This Sunday must always were the 10th instalment of BBC Radio 2 Are dwelling In Hyde Park – a “competition in a day” that sees the nation’s greatest radio station throw an mammoth celebration for 50,000 fans in central London.

    This Three hundred and sixty five days’s line-up used to be signed and sealed first and basic up of 2020, but it indubitably soon grew to turn into apparent that coronavirus used to be going to play havoc with it.

    The hunt began for an different venue – one sufficiently secluded to pause crowds gathering, but big ample to accommodate the autos desired to present a situation and film the expose.

    Once the positioning used to be known, organisers went support to the artists. Some had to pull out, but the core line-up – alongside side, for creep, Sir Tom – remained intact. The pre-recorded expose can be broadcast this weekend for Radio 2 Are dwelling At Home.

    Right here’s more on how they did it.

  6. Spain records 4,708 coronavirus cases in 24 hours

    Folks queue up for coronavirus checks in Madrid

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    Spain has recorded 4,708 sleek coronavirus cases in 24 hours, bringing the total series of confirmed cases within the nation to 566,326.

    In total, it reported a divulge lengthen of 12,183 sleek cases in its figures on Friday, but a bolt in reporting arrangement that cases can have interaction plenty of days to seem on the central government’s recordsdata.

    Spain is the first nation within the European Union to achieve half a million coronavirus cases. It has recorded 29,747 deaths.

    Love other worldwide locations, Spain has ramped up sorting out for the virus.

    A strict three-month nationwide lockdown used to be lifted within the nation on the stop of June, but authorities non-public imposed sleek restrictions – equivalent to making face masks mandatory in public – amid a upward thrust in infections.

  7. What’s a Covid marshal and what powers will they’ve?

    Folks advance social distancing indicators

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    Covid-stable marshals can be introduced in cities and city centres in England to support form particular social distancing rules are adopted, High Minister Boris Johnson unprejudiced no longer too lengthy within the past introduced.

    Marshals non-public already been susceptible in Leeds and Cornwall all the way via the coronavirus pandemic.

    On the opposite hand, plans to roll them out more broadly were criticised, with Conservative MP Steve Baker announcing it will per chance “turn every public dwelling in Britain into the identical of going via airport security”.

    So what is a Covid-stable marshal and what powers will they’ve?

    Learn more

  8. France goals to support away from nationwide lockdown as cases surge

    Scientific workers treat a patient with coronavirus in Marseille

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    Image caption: France has seen an lengthen in of us being admitted to health center with coronavirus in unusual days

    French High Minister Jean Castex says coronavirus is “circulating increasingly more” within the nation, but that officers want to support away from any sleek nationwide lockdown.

    In a televised statement, Mr Castex introduced plenty of changes to Covid-19 sorting out and confinement policies.

    These encompass posthaste-monitoring sorting out for priority cases, recruiting extra testers, and asking patients who non-public tested sure for Covid-19 to restrict themselves for seven days, as a substitute of 14.

    Mr Castex mentioned the discipline in Marseille, Bordeaux and Guadeloupe used to be “annoying”, and that native authorities would be given more powers to address explicit outbreaks.

    He mentioned it used to be notably regarding that the series of health center admissions for coronavirus has long previous up for the first time in weeks.

    The French government is under stress to curb the unfold of the virus amid a surge in cases.

    On Thursday, the nation recorded nearly 10,000 sleek coronavirus cases in 24 hours, marking its highest single-day count for the explanation that start up of the outbreak.

  9. Leicester’s Diwali lights switch-on match cancelled

    Leicester's Diwali celebrations

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    Leicester’s Diwali celebrations – believed to be amongst the greatest out of doorways of India – were cancelled attributable to coronavirus restrictions.

    Thousands of of us in most cases get hang of to stumble on worn dance and song events within the city all the way via October.

    On the opposite hand, whereas the lights alongside the Golden Mile will soundless be switched on, Leicester City Council mentioned immense gatherings ought to soundless be refrained from.

    Christmas events are moreover cancelled but decorations will soundless plod up.

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  10. BreakingLockdown restrictions prolonged to Scotland’s Lanarkshire

    Folks dwelling within the Scottish plan of Lanarkshire won’t be ready to meet other households indoors from center of the night on Friday.

    Identical measures are already in net page in Glasgow, East and West Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire.

    The extension to North and South Lanarkshire arrangement the limitations now veil more than 1.75 million of us within the west of Scotland.

    Learn more right here

  11. Armenia ends suppose of emergency but some restrictions to preserve till January

    Armenia's High Minister Nikol Pashinya speaks in Germany

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    Image caption: Armenia’s High Minister Nikol Pashinya mentioned the discipline with coronavirus is bettering

    Armenia has lifted its suppose of emergency but says some of its coronavirus restrictions will dwell in net page till January.

    The government mentioned it had decided to complete the suppose of emergency, which used to be introduced in mid-March and prolonged plenty of instances, because coronavirus used to be spreading much less swiftly than earlier than.

    However its land borders will dwell closed, public gatherings of more than 60 of us can be banned, and conceal-carrying will continue to be mandatory in enclosed public areas, AFP recordsdata company experiences.

    Armenia – which has a inhabitants of about three million of us – has recorded 45,503 coronavirus cases and 909 deaths to this level.

  12. German bans on intercourse work overturned

    Düsseldorf intercourse workers exclaim, Aug 2020

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    Image caption: Intercourse workers protested towards a ban in Düsseldorf

    Coronavirus has been an negative
    intrusion into of us’s intimacy in all kinds of ideas, no longer least intercourse.

    German intercourse workers non-public won a
    reprieve – despite the indisputable truth that it is miles quick-duration of time – as brothels are reopening in plenty of
    states, alongside side the most populous one, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).

    Courts non-public decided that brothels
    can feature equipped there are strict hygiene rules – like at hairdressers – and
    prostitutes save on masks with their customers.

    The stop court in NRW found one-on-one
    intercourse to be no more harmful within the pandemic than exclaim aerobics in a gym or a celebration
    with dozens of revellers.

    It’s moreover argued that keeping
    brothels closed risks exposing intercourse workers to more crime, as they fight to
    form ends meet, German media divulge.

    The crisis has already bankrupted
    one amongst Europe’s greatest brothels – 10-storey Pascha in Cologne, the place about 120
    prostitutes labored, alongside side cooks and hairdressers.

    Brothels are support in industry in five
    northern states, alongside side Hamburg, and Saxony-Anhalt suppose within the east.

  13. Saliva check ogle goals to be conscious college cases

    Pupils out of doorways a college

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    Image caption: Colleges across Bristol will have interaction portion within the ogle

    A overview mission to be conscious coronavirus infections in faculties and support head lecturers pause disruption is being piloted in Bristol.

    The ogle goals to avoid wasting precisely how pupils transmit the virus, whether or no longer or no longer they’re symptomatic.

    The University of Bristol ogle will saliva-check 4,000 pupils and 1,000 workers from faculties across the city once a month for six months.

    It’ll soundless present vital recordsdata on how faculties ought to soundless take care of outbreaks.

    Learn more

  14. Why we are looking out at R numbers?

    coronavirus

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    Earlier, we reported that the coronavirus an infection rate has been rising within the UK in unusual weeks, basically based on sleek estimates.

    The replica quantity within the UK is now thought to be between 1 and 1.2.

    The R quantity is a arrangement of rating coronavirus or any illness’s capacity to unfold within the inhabitants.

    A quantity above 1 arrangement the epidemic is rising, whereas under 1 it declines.

    Learn more about how it is miles calculated and the varied R numbers across UK areas right here.

  15. BreakingUK cases upward thrust by 3,539

    A additional 3,539 of us non-public tested sure for coronavirus within the UK, figures launched by the Division of Health and Social Care expose.

    It’s the sixth day in a row the place day-to-day cases non-public exceeded 2,000.

    It takes the total series of UK cases to 361,677.

    A additional six deaths were recorded in of us who had a sure coronavirus check within the closing 28 days. This takes the loss of life toll by this standards to 41,608.

  16. How non-public issues in China modified over the closing six months?

    Kerry Allen

    BBC Monitoring, Chinese Media Analyst

    This image presentations hundreds of guests making their arrangement to the Forbidden City in Beijing, all the way via

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    Image caption: Golden Week is one amongst China’s greatest intervals of migration

    Six
    months for the explanation that World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a world pandemic,
    China looks elephantine of self assurance that
    it’s seen the support of the virus.

    It
    has been 26 days since any domestic cases of Covid-19 had been confirmed within the
    nation, and the government says that of us don’t must always have interaction any extra
    precautions earlier than one amongst the nation’s greatest annual migrations subsequent month:
    Golden Week. That is an annual week-lengthy holiday that begins on 1 October.

    This
    is the first time Chinese of us were advised they’ll run safely wherever
    within the nation. However there may per chance be soundless apprehension, given cases grew to turn into frequent
    after Chinese Contemporary Three hundred and sixty five days in January – one of the most realistic other prolonged duration of mass
    migration.

    When the pandemic used to be introduced in March, China – the place the outbreak began – used to be already over its worst. Since then, many Chinese of us non-public
    been confident that a second wave can also moreover be refrained from.

    In
    the closing six months, there were around 4,300 confirmed cases of Covid-19
    all the way via the nation’s 1.4 billion inhabitants.

    These
    had been in fundamental cities, alongside side Beijing, the city of Dalian in northeastern
    Liaoning, and Urumqi in northwestern Xinjiang. Native governments introduced
    swift lockdowns as soon as a single case used to be detected, and citywide sorting out for
    symptomatic and asymptomatic carriers looks to non-public helped elevate these outbreaks under
    regulate.

  17. US marks 9/11 anniversary amid coronavirus restrictions

    A girl places a flower on the perimeter of the North pool all the way via ceremonies on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 assaults

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    The US is marking the anniversary of the 9/11 assaults amid coronavirus restrictions.

    Love others in attendance, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, Vice President Mike Pence and Contemporary York Governor Andrew Cuomo all wore masks as they gathered on the net page of the destroyed World Trade Heart for a memorial ceremony.

    Mr Biden and Mr Pence bumped elbows in greeting.

    Democratic presidential candidate and outmoded U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Vice President Mike Pence greet every other on the 9/11 memorial ceremony

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    A series of 9/11 memorial events across the US had been cancelled or modified this Three hundred and sixty five days attributable to the pandemic.

    On the Contemporary York match, a longstanding tradition of family discovering out the names of the unnecessary used to be modified to a recording being played over audio system attributable to coronavirus security precautions.

    However a separate 9/11 group organised an match nearby, the place they mentioned of us would be allowed to recite the names whereas keeping a stable distance.

    Almost 3,000 of us had been killed within the assaults on 11 September 2001. Two hijacked planes slammed into the Twin Towers, a Third hit the Pentagon and a fourth used to be taken down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, when its passengers rose up towards the hijackers.

    US President Donald Trump led tributes at an match in Shanksville.

    US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump net page a wreath all the way via a ceremony on the Flight 93 Nationwide Memorial

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  18. Damaged-down Tory minister criticises lack of debate on virus licensed guidelines

    Folks in a park

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    As we now non-public reported, a series of Conservative backbenchers were criticising the government’s sleek coronavirus restrictions.

    Damaged-down minister Sir Christopher Chope is the most modern to insist his issues, telling the Commons earlier that MPs must always were ready to debate the introduction of the “draconian” sleek measures.

    A sleek so-called “rule of six” is being introduced on Monday, limiting the series of of us who can socialise collectively indoors or out of doorways in England to 6 of us.

    On the opposite hand, the statutory instrument desired to construct the rule of thumb alternate has but to be laid earlier than Parliament.

    Sir Christopher mentioned he used to be “very fascinated by the shortcoming of varied for people, the general public initially, to stumble on the textual dispute of these sleek regulations, and I’m moreover fascinated by the continuing reluctance of the government to supply any opportunities to members to debate this”.

    He added: “What we are talking about is the most draconian introduction of unusual restrictions on our liberty, with felony sanctions, and we ought to soundless be made attentive to what’s going down and given the different of debating it.”

    Responding, Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle mentioned “the nation ought to soundless moreover know what’s going on”.

  19. Sixty-one amongst us check sure after charity soccer match

    Burnside Working Males's Membership

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    Image caption: The sport used to be held at Burnside Working Males’s Membership

    More than 60 of us non-public tested sure for coronavirus following a charity soccer match, health officers non-public mentioned.

    A additional 33 of us non-public now gotten smaller the virus amid a virulent disease linked to the match at Burnside Working Males’s Membership in Fencehouses, on the border of Sunderland and County Durham.

    About 300 of us who attended the game, on 30 August, are having to self-isolate for 14 days.

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  20. Coronavirus ‘on the upward thrust again in Wales’ – Drakeford

    Wales’ First Minister Impress Drakeford has warned that coronavirus is “on the upward thrust again in Wales”.

    The sleek case rate is now 20 per 100,000 of us – the rate at which quarantine measures can also moreover be introduced for these returning to the nation from in one more nation.

    Mr Drakeford mentioned it “indicates there may per chance be a excessive risk of the virus spreading more broadly every other time”.

    He added there used to be a “quick window to gain earlier than the gathering storm” and support away from “more draconian measures” – especially with faculties, faculties and universities returning.

    He advised of us to form money working from home wherever imaginable. Regarding the messaging in England, to motivate of us support to the place of job, he added: “That is no longer and never has been our policy in Wales.”

    Assembly of us indoors has been on the coronary heart of the upward thrust in cases, he mentioned, confirming this will seemingly even be illegal from Monday to meet more than six of us from an prolonged family indoors.

    Folk who flout the licensed guidelines in Wales will face fines within the occasion that they devise no longer save on masks indoors from Monday as successfully, he mentioned.

    Learn more right here.

    A graph exhibiting Wales' sleek rules

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