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The latest Coronavirus news from The Telegraph’s leading journalists, with analysis of the impact on health, business and travel in the UK and beyond. Every other day.

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The latest Coronavirus news from The Telegraph’s leading journalists, with analysis of the impact on health, business and travel in the UK and beyond. Every other day.

    How Spain lost control - again

    How Spain lost control - again

    Spain’s coronavirus lockdown was the strictest of all – and it worked. But less than two months after the state of emergency ended, the country is once again topping the European league of Covid-19 transmission. Madrid-based journalist, James Badcock joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss why partying amongst the young and a patchy contact tracing system mean the country’s become the sick man of Europe.

    Read more about Britain's record recession: https://bit.ly/2PPVtAo

    Read more about Aberdeen's lockdown: https://bit.ly/3ahsS0m

    Read ‘Is a second wave beginning to sweep through Europe?’: https://bit.ly/2XSceja

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    • 12 min
    The Covid-19 'long-haulers'

    The Covid-19 'long-haulers'

    As MPs are warned that up to half a million Britons are suffering coronavirus symptoms months after first falling ill, Theodora Louloudis hears from those experiencing 'long Covid' and speaks to Professor Tim Spector, a leading King's College London epidemiologist about why some suffer for much longer than others, and whether those experiencing long-term symptoms still have the disease.

    Read more about safety concerns over 50 million NHS masks: https://bit.ly/3ifB0l0 |

    Read more about rising cases in Germany and France: https://bit.ly/3fwWhVh |

    Read more about the new coronavirus rules for weddings: https://bit.ly/2DEPITC|

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    • 12 min
    A homegrown vaccine?

    A homegrown vaccine?

    As results of the first human trials of Oxford University vaccine show immune reaction produced without any serious adverse reactions, virologist Dr Elisabetta Groppelli joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss why she thinks the results are ‘very, very encouraging’, whether a vaccine is ‘one size fits all’ and how virus mutation could affect crucial immunology research.

    Read more about the potential coronavirus treatment from Synairgen: https://bit.ly/2WG5Fzr

    Read more about Test and Trace privacy allegations: https://bit.ly/2WEPdPS

    Read more about French face masks: https://bit.ly/3fMPSq6

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    • 13 min
    Normality by November?

    Normality by November?

    As Boris Johnson suggests the nation could see a Christmas free of social distancing, the Telegraph’s Deputy Political Editor, Anna Mikhailova joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss what the Prime Minister’s latest update means for those currently working from home, whether newly-unveiled testing targets will give the country greater freedoms and why giving councils the power to implement local lockdowns is one of the government’s most significant steps yet.

    Read more about the UK’s current lockdown rules: https://bit.ly/3fDD4lH

    Read more about the urgent review into coronavirus death figures: https://bit.ly/2ZBf3Gk

    Read Rosa Silverman - "It's not just fear stopping us commuting. It's that we've found a better way": https://bit.ly/3eEn8yq

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    • 15 min
    Why are Tory voters more likely to oppose face masks?

    Why are Tory voters more likely to oppose face masks?

    The move to make face covering compulsory in shops has caused anger - online, at least. And a YouGov poll suggests that those who oppose the move are more likely to be Conservative voters and Brexiteers. The Telegraph’s Parliamentary Sketchwriter, Michael Deacon joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss why the decision goes against Boris Johnson’s own libertarian principles and what leaving the EU might have to do with wearing a face mask.

    Read more from Michael Deacon: https://bit.ly/3j9nZdN

    Read more about the rate of infection in May: https://bit.ly/2Ot4xKY

    Read more about Boris Johnson’s pledge to hold an independent inquiry, and skin rash warnings: https://bit.ly/2ZtvTqM

    Watch The WHO and Covid-19: The organisation at the centre of the storm: https://bit.ly/3h8bJZv

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    • 16 min
    Science or sexism? The beauty industry’s slow reopening

    Science or sexism? The beauty industry’s slow reopening

    Beauty salons have been given the green light to reopen on Monday, but not all treatments will go ahead. Manicures, massages and leg waxes are back on the menu, but no treatments can be carried out above the neck - apart from beard trimming. It’s led to a “beards v brows” debate and allegations of sexism. The Telegraph’s Women’s Editor, Claire Cohen and Beauty Director, Sonia Haria join Theodora Louloudis to discuss the importance of the beauty industry and why they believe this is another symptom of a lockdown designed “by men, for men”.

    Read more about the new travel quarantine rules: https://bit.ly/2DxAQXb

    Read more about New York’s antibody results: https://bit.ly/3fizT2S

    Read Anne Gulland and Paul Nuki’s second wave analysis: https://bit.ly/2O9Nv4s

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    • 16 min

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