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Coronavirus: Travel to Spain, and the ‘second wave’

Coronavirus: Travel to Spain,


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Here are five things you have to think about the coronavirus episode on Sunday. We’ll have another update for you on Monday.

  1. Spain to permit UK voyagers without isolate
BBC: Coronavirus updates - travel to Spain, and the 'second wave ...

UK voyagers can visit Spain without isolating on appearance, Spanish authorities have advised the giving new would like to those wishing to have a late spring occasion abroad this year. English residents will be permitted to enter the nation uninhibitedly, without the need to self-separate, said Spain’s remote undertakings serve. In the mean time, do you truly realize Britain’s lockdown rules? Test your insight.

  1. Is a second flood of coronavirus in transit?

Nations around the globe are facilitating their lockdown limitations, yet coronavirus is a long way from being done and even those controlling the episode dread “the subsequent wave”. The second period of Spanish influenza a century prior was deadlier than the first. Things being what they are, is a second wave unavoidable, and exactly how terrible would it be able to be?

  1. 75 staff at Anglesey chicken plant test positive

More staff at a chicken manufacturing plant that delivers 33% of all poultry items devoured in the UK have tried positive for coronavirus. All staff at the 2 Sisters meat handling plant in Llangefni, Anglesey, northern Wales, are self-detaching after various laborers were affirmed to have the infection on Thursday. General Health Wales said that the quantity of staff influenced had ascended to 75, with cases expected to increment.

  1. Scottish engineer finishes lockdown visual journal

A Scottish engineer has filled six A4-size sketchbooks reporting his family’s life under lockdown. Prof Alan Dunlop has drawn around 120 pictures – a couple for every day of the 10 weeks since limitations came into place.

Pages from Prof Dunlop’s fifth sketchbook of drawings
  1. Joining the lockdown veg-developing blast with no nursery
Hana Evans in her balcony garden

Lockdown has driven numerous to investigate new side interests – and roused another age of patio vegetable cultivators. Be that as it may, what do you do if your just outside space is minuscule? Here’s the means by which to develop lockdown veg in a little space, from window sills to yard pots.