Brits have been left frustrated by the government’s new NHS Covid tracing app, claiming that it doesn’t work on older phone models.
The government has unveiled its new plan to save jobs amid the ongoing pandemic. Speaking at a press briefing on Thursday afternoon, Chancellor Rishi Sunak laid out his plans to replace the furlough scheme, which involves a new job support scheme.
An estimated 380 whales have died in one of the largest mass strandings on record. Hundreds of long-finned pilot whales have been found dead on Tasmania’s west coast since Monday.
Uncle Ben’s rice has officially changed its name to Ben’s Original.Parent company, Mars Inc. announced the news today following criticism that the brand name was rooted in racial stereotype.
NASA has revealed it is still on track for the first woman to land on the moon in 2024.The Artemis mission will include an unmanned launch – expected to take place in 2021 – before a manned launch which is set to go ahead in 2024.
Boris Johnson has laid out new rules for England to curb a second wave of coronavirus, including 10pm curfews, returning to working from home where possible, and halving the number of guests allowed at weddings.
It’s fair to say this year has been pretty mind-boggling, so it makes sense that we’d be getting a whole host of new emojis to perfectly represent 2020.
An estimated 70,000 people currently have Covid-19 in the UK, according to ONS figures.Speaking at a press briefing on Monday morning, Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance gave a stark warning about the impact of current rates of infection.
Supermarkets are urging shoppers not to panic buy over increasing fears of a second lockdown.Images posted on social media this weekend reveal bare shelves as shoppers appear to have started stockpiling items such as pasta, cereal, toilet roll, flour and tinned food.
Those in England who refuse to self isolate if they test positive for coronavirus, or have been in close contact with someone who has, could be fined up to £10,000.