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12/11/20
« on: Thursday, 12 November, 2020 @ 02:16:37 »
Two new cases of coronavirus on Kef yesterday, according to EODY.

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« Reply #1 on: Thursday, 12 November, 2020 @ 02:17:44 »
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Covid: UK first country in Europe to pass 50,000 deaths
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54905018

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« Reply #2 on: Thursday, 12 November, 2020 @ 02:18:43 »
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Chester hospital baby deaths: Nurse Lucy Letby charged with murder

A nurse has been charged with murdering eight babies and the attempted murder of another 10 at the Countess of Chester Hospital.

Lucy Letby, 30, was previously arrested in 2018 and 2019 as part of a probe into deaths at the neo-natal unit.

The charges relate to baby deaths and non-fatal collapses at the hospital from June 2015 to June 2016.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-54901679

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« Reply #3 on: Thursday, 12 November, 2020 @ 08:13:53 »
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Queen's Platinum Jubilee to include extra bank holiday

A "once-in-a-generation show" over a four-day bank holiday weekend will mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in 2022.

The Queen, 94, hopes as many people as possible will have the opportunity to join the celebrations, Buckingham Palace said.

She will have reigned for 70 years on 6 February 2022 but plans are in place to stage a series of events from 2-5 June.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54911550

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« Reply #4 on: Thursday, 12 November, 2020 @ 14:45:40 »
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Cornish beaches awash with poisonous Portuguese man o’war

Hundreds of venomous Portuguese man o' war have washed up on beaches across Cornwall, with people warned to steer clear of the dangerous creatures.

Sightings of the “floating terror”, as the animals are sometimes called due to their painful sting, were recorded mainly on the south coast, including on shores near Falmouth, Porthleven, and St Ives.

The animal’s sting is powerful and can send a victim into anaphylactic shock, with children being particularly vulnerable. Although commonly mistaken for jellyfish, the creatures are actually a colony of organisms working together to function like an individual animal.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/cornwall-portuguese-man-o-war-beaches-b1721665.html