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World Coronavirus: Morning update

10:40  30 october  2020
10:40  30 october  2020 Source:   bbc.com

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  Coronavirus: Morning update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 BST. 1. Greater Manchester ultimatumAfter 10 days of fruitless talks, ministers have told regional leaders they must agree a deal on moving to the highest level of coronavirus restrictions by midday on Tuesday, or the government will take action. Mayor Andy Burnham and council leader Sir Richard Leese want more financial support for businesses and individuals, but say the idea of an additional hardship fund was "taken off the table" on Monday.

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1. Nottinghamshire moves into tier 3 restrictions

Nottinghamshire becomes the latest area to move into England's highest tier of coronavirus restrictions, with the county council leader urging people "to crack down as hard as we can now" so residents "can have a more normal Christmas". Localised rules mean betting shops, saunas, tattoo parlours and nail salons must close, while shops are barred from selling alcohol after 9pm.

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2. Fears of 'damaging impact' of Covid alert levels

There are warnings about the "damaging impact" of Scotland's latest Covid curbs, with business leaders in Glasgow fearing travel restrictions in the city - one tier below the strictest in the nation's new five-level system - could hit retailers relying on an influx of Christmas shoppers. Meanwhile, council leaders are urging ministers to place Aberdeen in level one, rather than two, amid soaring unemployment.

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  Coronavirus: Morning update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 BST. 1. Greater Manchester support deal still 'on the table'As things stand, Greater Manchester will be forced into tier three on Friday, against the wishes of local leaders, after talks over a financial support package collapsed. Right now, the region will get £22m, but the government says an offer of £60m "remains on the table".

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3. Are we heading back into a full lockdown?

By the time West Yorkshire becomes subject to tier three restrictions on Monday, almost a fifth of England's population will be subject to the strictest rules. With much of Scotland one tier away from something akin to the spring lockdown, Welsh residents largely confined to home by a "firebreak" and strict rules also in place in Northern Ireland, BBC health correspondent Nick Triggle examines whether a full UK-wide lockdown is inevitable.

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4. Volunteers take part in Covid-19 drug trial

An experimental drug that could prevent Covid-19 patients from becoming seriously ill is being trialled in England. Our medical editor Fergus Walsh heard from two volunteers at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital about their motivations for taking part.

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 Windows 10 and Windows Server: Microsoft starts rollout of the 20H2 update © DEFAULT_CREDIT Windows 10 20H2 alias October 2020 update (Image: ZDNet.de) It is currently only available for some users for installation. 20H2 is a rather small update with a few new functions. This includes a new look for the start menu. Microsoft has given the go-ahead for the October 2020 update for Windows 10 , also known as 20H2. The company is gradually rolling out the feature update, which will also be distributed for Windows Server with immediate effect.

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5. Plugging a hole in the movie market

Cinema is one of the highest-profile sectors to be suffering woes as a result of the pandemic, with delays to the release of blockbusters such as James Bond film No Time To Die and the temporary closure of the Cineworld chain. But it has presented opportunities to independent film-makers like Guy Davies, whose debut feature, Philophobia, is due to be screened at 50 cinemas across the UK.

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  Coronavirus: Morning update Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 BST. 1. Meals row rumbles onThe government is continuing to insist it will not bow to pressure, including from some Conservative MPs, to fund free meals for school children in England over half-term. More than 800,000 people have signed a petition, started by footballer Marcus Rashford, calling for provision to continue. Some local councils have promised to supply meal vouchers and, thanks to Rashford, scores of pubs, cafes and restaurants have also offered free food.

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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 GMT.1. Second lockdown voteMPs are expected to approve a second nationwide lockdown in England later. Some Conservatives will vote against the move, but Labour's support ensures it's almost certain to pass. The new restrictions will come into force just after midnight - read what you can and can't do.

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