Here are five things you need to know about เล่นเกมสล็อต roma แบบ ทดลอง ฟรี the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning. We'll have another update for you this evening.
1. Olympic champion's amazing Covid recovery
Winning Olympic gold is a special achievement at any time. But Tom Dean's victory in the 200m freestyle in Tokyo is all the more remarkable, given he twice contracted coronavirus last year. He lost six weeks of training and at one point could not "walk up the stairs without coughing and wheezing".
2. More 'pinged' workers to get daily Covid tests
More critical workers will be able to take daily tests rather than isolate when identified as close contacts of people who have Covid, in a bid to prevent staff shortages. With hundreds of thousands of people a week receiving alerts, the government says 1,200 extra rapid testing sites will be established for sectors including prisons, waste management and the armed forces.
3. Have we passed the peak and can we relax?
The number of confirmed daily cases has fallen for six days in a row - now standing at 24,950. And unlike the previous two waves of Covid, it is happening without a national lockdown. Instead, we're opening up.
4. Relief for Covid widow who spent lockdown alone
On 18 March 2020, Earl Sewell became one of the first people to die with coronavirus in Birmingham. Days later, lockdown left his grieving and clinically vulnerable widow Jean alone for the first time in almost 40 years.
5. Can more tech make video meetings less excruciating?
If you've spent much of the last year and a half working from home, you'd be forgiven for groaning at the prospect of yet another video call. But tech companies reckon they can make an hour-long meeting at your kitchen table a little more bearable.