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Schools have begun to reopen in India step by step after a huge gap of a year

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4 mn read Schools are beginning to reopen in India after a long gap due to pandemic. Some of the states already started the particular classes like 10th, 11th and 12th. The complete lockdown in March 2020 last year in India affected everything and education is one of them. Since March students are locked inside their home and […]

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What It’s Like To Travel For A Living During The Pandemic

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4 mn read As flights around the world were canceled and plane tickets postponed during the pandemic lockdown, travel bloggers were lost at home without access to travel. Many digital creators in the United States rely on international trips and exclusive hotels they visit in order to promote content. Along with that, more than 32,000 airline workers who depend on travel for income were furloughed as a result of the pandemic.

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A cabinet divided: Conservative MPs rebel against UK Prime Minister’s new post-lockdown restrictions

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3 mn read The second lockdown in England is set to end at midnight on Tuesday, 1st December. Restrictions that will replace it draw similarities to the tier system imposed before lockdown was reinstated in November. However, many MPs are planning to vote against the regulations. After a month-long “circuit-breaker” across the mainland, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced […]

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Debt and deficit: UK coronavirus spending and how it impacted the economy

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4 mn read Creating a hospitality surge has arguably been number one priority of the United Kingdom’s government to boost the economy since lockdown lifted. Figures released by Her Majesty’s Treasury reveal restaurants across the country have made more than 87,000 claims on discounted meals, via the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. By the third week since its inception, the British government had spent £336 million reimbursing businesses.

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How did the Covid-19 Shutdown Affect Broadway and American Theatre Workers?

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5 mn read The entertainment industry has changed drastically in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic as a result of film productions, concert venues and studios being forced to close. Broadway and Off-Broadway have been largely affected as all cast members were left without work. Theaters in New York City, which are usually filled with crowded seats, made it too difficult for audiences to social distance after the New York governor declared a state of emergency in March. The Broadway League, an organization of theatre owners and producers, shut down a total of 31 productions that were planned for over a year.