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  • Pubs, trains and restaurant chains: Your ultimate guide to staying safe as lockdown eases

    Pubs, trains and restaurant chains: Your ultimate guide to staying safe as lockdown eases0

    The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly independent journalism. To support us, please consider a contribution. On Saturday 4 July the government took the biggest lockdown-easing steps yet: pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, barbers, art galleries, museums and more, were allowed to open in England for the first time in more than 100 days.

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  • Screen schoolchildren using 90 minute test to keep them safe says Sir John 

    Screen schoolchildren using 90 minute test to keep them safe says Sir John 0

    Brow bar was fully booked for more than 2,600 appointments before the Government postponed reopening, as business owner warns jobs could now be lost.  Vanita Parti, the founder of eyebrow threading salon Blink Brow Bar, told BBC Radio 4’s The Today Programme: “This is our third false start, we had expected to open twice in

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  • How to use Sky Q Kids Safe Mode

    How to use Sky Q Kids Safe Mode0

    The dedicated kids section of Sky Q is a great way to find appropriate content for your children to watch, but what if you want to leave them to it without risk of watching something made for adults? We show you how to use the Kids Safe Mode on Sky Q. Although the kids section

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  • When will tennis courts reopen after lockdown, and is it safe to play?

    When will tennis courts reopen after lockdown, and is it safe to play?0

    When will public tennis courts reopen? Outdoor courts may open from Wednesday, but clubhouses and changing-rooms must stay closed. You can play singles against one person from another household. But if you want to play doubles, everyone has to be from the same household. These new rules only apply in England. Across the rest of

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  • RCM plea to help deliver safe care for pregnant women

    RCM plea to help deliver safe care for pregnant women0

    The Royal College of Midwives has today made a plea to NHS leaders to protect the safety of pregnant women by ringfencing maternity services in the current crisis. There is concern that vital staff, including midwives and maternity support workers, will be redeployed to other areas, at a time when a survey of senior midwives

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  • How to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak when you have a chronic condition

    How to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak when you have a chronic condition0

    Protect yourself against coronavirus is to regularly wash your hands for 20 seconds The current coronavirus outbreak is worrying for everyone, but it’s particularly concerning if you’re already living with a chronic illness. On the whole, it sounds like those who have passed away from the virus have been elderly or suffering from a preexisting

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