– Data Covid-19 USA – Schools across England are grappling with what it looks like to live with the pandemic as it enters its third year. Sound familiar?
For Christmas shoppers in central London this week, little seemed to dampen their spirits. But there was an undercurrent that the city was bracing for further coronavirus restrictions.
Want to understand London’s economic transformation? Take a look at the condo conversion of a workhouse near where a young Charles Dickens lived.
Hospitals, clinics and ambulance services say infections are winnowing their staffs, straining a system already taxed by nearly two years of dealing with the pandemic.
Britain’s health secretary said on Sunday he wouldn’t rule out more restrictions before Christmas, but the prime minister would most likely face sharp pushback from his own party.
Amid a rising number of coronavirus cases attributed to the new variant and testing rules that travelers find onerous, the holiday season suddenly looks a lot less bright for the traditional Christmas destination.
Oscar Murillo, a Colombian-born painter raised in London, considers it an “infiltration” when his class-conscious canvases wind up on the walls of collectors.
“None of it’s going to be good,” an economist warns as people are likely to retreat from some aspects of social life as Covid measures tighten.
With the work-at-home lifestyle likely here to stay, people are taking things outdoors, creating spaces meant for privacy and comfort.
Britain has experienced shortages of gasoline and some foods because of too few drivers. At a military barracks in South London, trainees are learning how to maneuver trucks through streets and highways.
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