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Coronavirus: Drive-through test motorist given parking fine
The driver received a £90 fine after taking his family to a test site in a shopping centre car park.
[BBC News UK]

Scotland's results day: School pupils get their grades after exam-free year
Grades were estimated by teachers after the coronavirus forced exams to be cancelled for the first time.
[BBC News UK]

Covid-19: Uluru owners block tourist access to park fearing virus
The Indigenous community and traditional owners living close to Uluru have created a blockade at the entry of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park reports, following ongoing concerns tourists visiting the region will put (...)
[ - travel]

James Lovelock: Gaia theory creator on coronavirus and turning 101
British scientist James Lovelock says population growth means something like the virus is "almost inevitable".
[BBC News UK]

Pregnancy and coronavirus: How has giving birth changed during the pandemic?
The BBC's Stacey Dooley meets mothers, babies and midwives at Bradford Royal Infirmary.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: How pandemic pods and zutors are changing homeschooling
US parents are resorting to "pandemic pods" and garden classrooms - but will it deepen inequalities?
[BBC News Americas]

Covid 19 coronavirus: Melbourne now under one of the strictest lockdowns in the world
Melbourne now has to endure some of the toughest Covid rules in the world. Here's how other countries and cities compare. Melburnians now endure some of the strictest lockdown conditions in the world, as the Victorian government...
[ - world]

Covid 19 coronavirus: Melbourne man fined $1652 for entering CBD to play Pokemon Go
Eyebrows were raised when a Melbourne tradie entered the CBD for butter chicken during lockdown last month.Now, a Sunshine man is making his case for the most absurd reason to be in the city.Victoria Police say the unnamed individual...
[ - world]

Covid 19 coronavirus: WHO warns there may never be a lasting vaccine
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged countries to be diligent in their efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19, as they continue to work towards a vaccine.The WHO acknowledged the impact the pandemic has caused socially,...
[ - world]

Drayton Manor theme park sold after entering administration
Drayton Manor was forced to close during Storm Dennis and was unable to reopen due to coronavirus.
[BBC News UK]

Covid 19 coronavirus: Australian states going backwards on plans to open up amid panic over Victoria's outbreak
Most states are going backwards in their plans to open up their economies as Victoria's severe coronavirus outbreak spooks authorities.On Monday, both South Australia and Tasmania announced changes as Victoria's case numbers (...)
[ - world]

Coronavirus: More jobs at risk and sewage testing begins
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Monday evening.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus in Scotland: Sturgeon 'would consider' closing pubs again
The first minister says shutting pubs and restaurants is an option she would take if the "delicate balance" was thrown off kilter.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: Dozens test positive for Covid-19 on Norwegian cruise ship
The outbreak on the MS Roald Amundsen comes just weeks after the cruise industry began to reopen.
[BBC News Europe]

Coronavirus: HSBC to speed up 35,000 job cuts as profits slump
Europe's biggest bank says it may cost up to $13bn to cover bad loans linked to the coronavirus.
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