Coronavirus: Student areas make up majority of worst-hit places in England’s second wave

Student areas in Nottingham, Manchester and Durham were the worst-hit places in England in the second wave of Covid with up to one in five people getting sick, MailOnline can reveal. Figures showing the areas hardest hit by coronavirus between September and April reveal that a staggering 18 per cent of the population was infected … Read more

India Covid: Top advisor warns of third wave even before second has peaked

Chilling footage has emerged of Covid patients left to die on a hospital ward in India from lack of oxygen as victims’ relatives say they were ‘abandoned’ by doctors. The tragic scene unfolded at Kriti Hospital, a private clinic near New Delhi, on Friday last week around 9pm after families of the Covid patients were told … Read more

India Covid: Top advisor warns of third wave even before second has peaked

Chilling footage has emerged of Covid patients who died on a hospital ward in India after oxygen ran out as victims’ relatives say they were ‘abandoned’ by doctors. The tragic scene unfolded at Kriti Hospital, a private clinic near New Delhi, on Friday last week around 9pm after the families of Covid patients were told medics … Read more

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak 

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak By Tom Witherow and Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 01:30 BST, 5 May 2021 Cash-rich companies and consumers will unleash a wave of spending to turbo-charge Britain’s recovery from the pandemic, the … Read more

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak 

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak By Tom Witherow and Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 Cash-rich companies and consumers will unleash a wave of spending to turbo-charge Britain’s recovery from the pandemic, the … Read more

Sami Lukis replaces Meshel Laurie on Wollongong’s Wave FM

Sami Lukis replaces Meshel Laurie on Wollongong’s Wave FM… just three months after her radio comeback By Demeter Stamell and Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia Published: 07:41 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 07:41 BST, 3 May 2021 Sami Lukis has taken over from Meshel Laurie on Wollongong’s Wave FM 96.5 Breakfast Show with Straney & … Read more

Coronavirus UK: South Asian communities in England were more at risk from death during second wave

South Asian communities in England were more at risk during the second wave of coronavirus than other ethnic groups, a study has found. Researchers said disparities for hospital admissions and death from Covid-19 improved for most minority ethnic groups between the first and second wave of the pandemic. But this gap widened for those from … Read more

Coronavirus UK: South Asian communities in England were more at risk from death during second wave

South Asian communities in England were more at risk during the second wave of coronavirus than other ethnic groups, a study has found. Researchers said disparities for hospital admissions and death from Covid-19 improved for most minority ethnic groups between the first and second wave of the pandemic. But this gap widened for those from … Read more

India’s devastating second wave won’t peak until May

Doctors fear Covid-19 infections in India could climb to 500,000 per day before the virus-stricken nation reaches the peak of its second wave. Another 2,263 deaths and 332,730 cases were reported in India yesterday, although limited testing means this is likely to significantly underestimate the total.  The infection total marked the highest one-day tally of any … Read more