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direct to your inboxGwyneth Paltrow’s methods for tackling long Covid have been criticised by an NHS medical director. The Hollywood star-turned-lifestyle guru recently revealed she had coronavirus, which left her with “long-tail fatigue and brain fog”.
coronavirus vaccine programme is well underway, with more than 18million people having received their jab.But not everyone is eligible for the coronavirus vaccine currently – you have to be on the priority list.The government is aiming for every adult in the UK to have been offered their first vaccine against Covid-19 by July 31.And the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has put together a priority list which aims to make sure those who are at most risk from Covid-19 will be protected first.The government expects the first phase of the vaccination programme to be over by April 15, meaning everyone aged over 50 will have been offered the jab – as well as those with underlying health conditions.Most recently, GPs have been

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BOCA RATON, Fla. – A Florida woman who claimed she is Harry Potter fatally struck a federal judge visiting from New York and seriously injured a 6-year-old boy after swerving her car onto a sidewalk, officials said.
NEW YORK – Andre Drummond had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Dennis Schroder scored 19 points before he and Kyrie Irving were ejected in the third quarter and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Brooklyn Nets 126-101 on Saturday night.

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COVID-19 pandemic.Celebrating with his friends at school is out of the question for the second year in a row. The cancellation of in-person classes nixed last year’s festivities, while this year the cause is the province’s decision to postpone the traditional March Break until this Monday.Spring Break became still more complicated for parents across Ontario when the province moved to a stay-at-home order last week, effectively shutting down camps, vacations and birthday parties among other activities. “Spring is finally here in Nova Scotia and after a long winter, I know how much Nova Scotians want to spend time with family and friends outdoors,” said Premier Iain Rankin in a statement.“We must remember that COVID-19 doesn’t take a break and neither should we. Enjoy the outdoors safely by following public health measures like sticking with your small close group and socially distancing when you need to.”Four four of the new cases are in Central Zone.

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