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This page is collecting references and useful information about the coronavirus - Covid-19 - as it progresses, and its impact - and info about its effect on the human way of life in all dimensions. Started 14th April 2020.
* 9 April 2021 '''Covid-19 deaths in Brazil and Latin America'''
* 28 March 2021 '''Covid-19: UK 'confident' of second vaccine doses within 12 weeks and Lockdown easing:key dates'''
* 24 March 2021 '''What we learned from tracking every COVID policy in the world.'''
* 21 March 2021 '''The Covid-19 situations in the Balkans, Baltic states and Central Europe are among the worst in the world, the WHO said'''
* 13 March 2021 '''Coronavirus: What is the R number and how is it calculated?'''
* 5 March 2021 '''Vaccinations in United Kingdom'''
* 13 February 2021 '''Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?'''
* 16 January 2021 '''The latest reproduction number (R) and growth rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK.'''
* 9 January 2021 '''Comparing countries' vaccination programmes'''
* 8 January 2021 '''Covid-19: 'Major incident' declared by London Mayor Sadiq Khan''':
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* April 2020. '''Children's book -'''
* 11 July 2020 '''Reported cases of Covid-19 in London continually updated'''
* 15 July 2020 '''New Statesman presents a comprehensive and forensic examination of the British government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.''' * 18 July 2020 '''Here’s how scientists know the coronavirus came from bats and wasn’t made in a lab''' * 9 August 2020 '''What is the global situation now? Only if we end the pandemic everywhere can we end the pandemic anywhere. The entire world has the same goal: cases of COVID-19 need to go to zero. The chart below shows which countries are making progress to this goal and which are not.''' * 31 October 2020 '''How do pandemics end? By the Visual Journalism Team 7 October 2020''' * 2 November 2020 '''Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?''' (repeated from above) * 18 November 2020 '''International comparisons of deaths because of coronavirus:''' * December 2020 '''What is the situation in your local area?''' :

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