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Covid Update: Should You Cancel Your Trip To Europe As Cases Rise?

Covid cases are soaring in some European countries – and you may be having doubts about any pre-Christmas trips you’ve got planned to the continent.  Austria has entered a nationwide lockdown this week, with people only allowed to leave their homes for limited reasons, such as work and exercise. Meanwhile Germany – another popular... go to Article >

What You Need To Know About Flight Cancellations And Airport Chaos If You're Travelling This Easter

44 Days ago News Source:

More travellers are facing flight cancellations and disruptions due to airport staff shortages caused by rising Covid cases.Easyjet and British Airways have grounded more than 80 services between them from their main bases, London Heathrow and... read more

TB Is Rising In The UK, Should We Be Worried?

63 Days ago News Source:

Peaky Blinders fans will have watched the devastating scenes relating to tuberculosis this series, but TB isn’t a disease that ended in the 1930s. While we don’t often hear about it now, case numbers are rising.  In 2021, TB diagnoses rose by... read more

What Parents Need To Know As Their Kids Go Back To School

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Yes, Christmas is finally over and pupils are finally going back to school this week, but not without concerns among parents about the rules their children need to follow and how the rise of Omicron may affect the start of the term. Despite... read more

Covid Update: 5 Reasons To Feel (A Little) Cheerful

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Both Omicron and Delta variants remain serious threats to public health, but there have been some early signs which suggest we may have reason to feel hopeful. The government certainly seems to think so –  Boris Johnson has called for the... read more

Your Easy Guide To The Latest Travel Rules Ahead Of Half Term

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Travel is going “back to the good old days”, according to transport secretary Grant Shapps. On Monday, the cabinet minister announced that the requirement for fully vaccinated arrivals to take a coronavirus test will be dropped from February 11,... read more

It's Panto Season In Theatres. So Are You Safe To Watch One?

155 Days ago News Source:

Christmas is a time when family and friends gather together to watch their local pantomime or play. In 2020, Covid took this fine tradition away from us, which is why there was so much excitement to get back to theatres this year. However, those... read more

5 Things You Need To Know Before You Book A Holiday Right Now

139 Days ago News Source:

We’re almost two years into the pandemic, but booking a holiday is still confusing as ever. From the traffic light system to PCR tests, the admin of going away now can completely put you off a trip abroad. But once you put your toes in the sand... read more

macOS Monterey: 40 Tips, Tricks, and Features You Might Have Missed

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Apple released macOS Monterey to the public in the fall, and the new desktop OS brings a whole slew of useful new features and changes to apps like Safari, Maps, FaceTime, Notes, Photos, Messages, and more. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube... read more

Have A Party, Don’t Have A Party: Ministers Aren’t Sure What To Say On Christmas Festivities

175 Days ago News Source:

Government ministers have been sending out a rather inconsistent message about how the public should behave during the festive season in the last week. The discovery of the Omicron variant has seen Downing Street bring mandatory mask-wearing... read more

Latest Covid Rules: What ‘Plan B’ Means For You

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The government has implemented new coronavirus restrictions in a version of its so-called Plan B, with Omicron cases continuing to rise across the country. ‘Plan B’ is the name given to a set of social restrictions designed to limit the spread... read more