September 26, 2020
Great Yorkshire Radio

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London has been added to the national coronavirus watchlist, while more areas in England and Wales are heading for new restrictions from this weekend.

Patients with sufficient levels of vitamin D are less likely to experience complications and die from COVID-19, according to a new study in the US, while another has found it also reduces infection rates.

At least 32 universities in the UK now have confirmed coronavirus cases, and another one has suspected cases.

In the race for a COVID vaccine it pays to keep your options open.

A draft list has been published showing who is likely to be at the front of the queue for a jab when a coronavirus vaccine is approved in the UK.

A few months ago, some experts were predicting coronavirus could deal an unsurvivable blow to women's football.

French terrorism authorities are investigating an attack that wounded two journalists near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

Lewis Hamilton believes Formula 1's future is in good hands following the appointment of Stefano Domenicali as the sport's new boss.

University is meant to be a time for meeting new people, freedom from parents, embarking on a new chapter - and of course, learning.

The UK has reported 6,874 new cases of COVID-19, a rise of 240 from Thursday, meaning the overall number of confirmed cases is now 423,236.

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