Here are five things you need to know about โปรโมชั่น slotxo the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening. We'll have another update for you tomorrow morning.
1. More than 375,000 pupils out of school in England
There has been a sharp rise in the number of pupils sent home from school in England because of Covid. According to the latest official figures, more than 375,000 pupils are out of school for Covid-related reasons - an increase of more than 130,000 in a week. Absences have quadrupled this month.
2. Quarantine exemption for business leaders
Foreign business leaders will no longer need to quarantine when arriving in England if their trip is likely to have a significant economic benefit to the UK. The exemption will be for arrivals from amber-list countries, and only given in exceptional circumstances, the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy said.
3. Police investigating after Chris Whitty accosted
Police are investigating video footage that appears to show England's chief medical officer, Prof Chris Whitty, being accosted by two men in a park. Boris Johnson said he was "shocked at seeing the despicable harassment" of Prof Whitty, who has become a household name during the pandemic, frequently appearing alongside the PM at major press conferences.
4. Scottish government lifts Manchester travel ban
The ban on Scots travelling to Manchester and some other parts of England is to be lifted. The restriction on non-essential journeys sparked a row between First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham.
5. 'Declining vaccine the biggest mistake of my life'
A Covid-19 vaccine refuser has told how he "stared death in the eyes" as he lay gasping for breath in hospital after catching the virus. Abderrahmane Fadil, 60, was taken to Bradford Royal Infirmary earlier this month struggling to breathe.