After a 6-month-long closure, universities across the country are finally reopening their campuses. This is following fresh guidance from the government, as the country adjusts to a new kind of normal. The decision to open Universities may be welcomed by many after what has been, and continues to be, a tumultuous year. Freshers were particularly …
If 2020 could be described using one word, it would surely be unexpected. Covid-19 has brought the world to a standstill but we’re all aware that work never truly stops. From students to professionals, many have had to adjust to working from home, and while the situation is not ideal, it’s necessary. If you’re feeling …
Hundreds of people gathered in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 26 September to protest against coronavirus restrictions. As schools and universities across the country open up, and those, who are able to, return to work, the number of coronavirus cases have once again begun to rise. This has forced the government to impose fresh restrictions in England. …
England has introduced new rules regarding the usage of face coverings. The government has made wearing face masks compulsory not only on public transport, as introduced since 15 June, but also in shops and supermarket starting from 24 July.
Key workers have been vitally important during the coronavirus pandemic, but not all of them feel as if their hard work has been recognised. Emily Calder discusses the impact of increased pressure on the NHS on UK student nurses, and why she thinks that the government should be doing more to recognise their efforts.
For 15 weeks I dreamt of a piping hot plate of top-notch cooking served to me in a restaurant of my choice. The coronavirus outbreak had plunged me into a world of home-cooked food made by my mum that, although being delicious just was not the same.
It’s strange to think I have completed a Bachelor’s degree during a pandemic. Not only because it’s just mind-blowing I achieved it, but also because nothing turned out the way it was supposed to.
The time has finally come. Commencing June 15, the EU has opened up its internal borders (with some exceptions). But is it actually safe to travel again?
Pandemic-fuelled panic buying has constantly been featured in the media over the past few months. Sadly, this culture of stockpiling has accumulated an excessive amount of food waste.
Lockdown has been difficult for most of us, but for some staying inside as much as you can and washing your hands just isn’t enough. Mansi Vithlani gives us an inside look into what lockdown is like when one of your loved ones is at high risk.
The outbreak of Coronavirus caused countries to go into lockdown, shutting down life as we know it. However, lockdown restrictions are slowly easing worldwide, rallying both praise and criticism. So, what has the lockdown experience like around the world?
Every Thursday, at 8 pm, the nation stands outside of their homes, flats and workplaces to applaud the incredible work of the NHS. Whilst the clap is, of course, a nice gesture, and has a positive impact upon communities up and down the country, how beneficial is this really to the NHS?