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Covid cases in the UK see biggest rise yet as 26,688 people test positive and 191 more deaths recorded

 - COVID-19 - Oct 21 SHARE ON:

The UK has seen the highest ever surge in daily coronavirus cases today, with 26,688 people confirmed positive in the last 24 hours. 

It comes as 191 more people died from the virus- taking a horrific toll to 44,158. The United Kingdom has seen 789,220 positive cases since the outbreak of the pandemic

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Health authorities discourage the use of visors without masks

 - COVID-19 - Oct 21 SHARE ON:

“Since we do not yet have evidence that face shields are as effective as source control or protection from respiratory droplets as masks, we recommend that masks should be used in preference to visors (or in conjunction with them), while the use of visors alone is discouraged.”

“However, in certain situations where a mask is not practical or cannot be tolerated (for example children with special needs, certain health issues) visors can be used as an alternative to masks,” the office said. 

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Carole Baskin claims she had a wife in the ’80s after coming out as bisexual

 - Celebrities - Oct 21 SHARE ON:

The Tiger King Star, 59, recently opened up about her sexuality and revealed that she was bisexual, with Carole now telling TMZ that she was married to a woman. 

In a recent interview, Carole explained that she had both male and female lovers in the past, and that she had married a woman in the late 1980s. The founder of the Big Cat Rescue revealed that her relationship with her secret ex-wife was ‘non-sexual,’ as she respected that her wife was heterosexual.

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Bus Catches Fire In Luqa this morning

 - Local - Oct 21 SHARE ON:

The bus servicing Route 72 caught a fire at 8 a.m. in Luqa this morning, the police announced. Malta Public Transport reported that all passengers on board had disembarked safely and that all safety procedures had been followed. 

No one was injured in the incident. The Malta Public Transport response team was instantly on scene and an internal inquiry to establish the cause of the fire is currently ongoing.

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