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Jordan uses tear gas to clamp down on anti-lockdown protesters
Jordan used tear gas to suppress protests against a curfew imposed to stem a severe outbreak of COVID-19, witnesses and residents said.
Lockdown-weary Malaysians get appetite for drive-in dining
Motorists parked beside the Padi House restaurant chain wave their hands out of their windows to signal to waiters, who come to take their orders that will be eaten on the spot.
Italy births fall 22% during lockdown
Maybe it was the stress. Maybe it was being cooped up with the mother-in-law. But the numbers are in, and one effect of the coronavirus lockdown is now clear: People made fewer babies. A lot fewer babies.
UK jobless rate highest since 2016 as second COVID-19 lockdown hits
Britain’s unemployment rate hit its highest in nearly five years in the three months to November, when coronavirus cases began to rise for a second time and most of the country returned to a partial lockdown.
Fears of UK double-dip recession rise as activity slumps in COVID-19 lockdown
Fears that the UK economy is facing a double-dip recession have intensified after a poor Christmas for retailers was followed by a slump in activity in January as tougher lockdown measures took effect.
UK economy facing 'darkest hour' due to lockdown, warns bank governor
The UK economy is facing its “darkest hour” due the latest COVID-19 lockdown, which is likely to delay the recovery, the Bank of England governor has warned.
Eyesight risk warning from lockdown screen time
An eye health charity in the UK is recommending people learn the "20-20-20" rule to protect their sight, as lockdown has increased people's time using screens.
Dad slammed for being 'selfish' after 'lockdown shop' receipt sparks fury
A dad has been accused of being "selfish" after showing off his lengthy food shop receipt.
Johnson: England's lockdown will be slowly unwrapped
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Parliament on Wednesday that ending England’s latest lockdown would require a “gradual unwrapping” over time, pledging that schools would be the “very first things to reopen”.
Pupils without laptops can still go to school in England lockdown
More than a million children in England who have no access to laptops have been designated as “vulnerable children” and can turn up at school for face-to-face learning, it emerged on Tuesday night.
Britons ordered to stay at home as third national lockdown begins
Britain began its third COVID-19 lockdown on Tuesday with citizens under orders to stay at home and the government calling for one last major national effort to stem the virus before mass vaccinations turn the tide.
COVID lockdown helped British teacher realize her dream
An English teacher whose online lessons have reached thousands of children this year said the COVID-19 pandemic had "utterly transformed" her working life.
British boy, 7, finishes 'mile-a-day' lockdown runs
A seven-year-old boy has completed a 325-mile (523km) lockdown running challenge that started around the time of the first national lockdown.
NSPCC warns of lockdown's toll on children's mental health
Rising stress levels have taken a toll on the mental and emotional health of young people since the first coronavirus lockdown was imposed in March, the UK children’s charity, NSPCC has warned.

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