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Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona dies at 60
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Tier 3: The Areas That Could Face The Toughest Covid Rules
When England’s coronavirus lockdown ends on December 2, a revised – and tougher – version of the three-tier system of restrictions will be rolled out, the prime minister announced earlier this week. This beefed-up tier system will last until the spring, with the level of restrictions in each area reviewed every two weeks.  In a change to rules before England’s second lockdown, ministers have said that decisions on tiers will be primarily based on five key indicators. These include: Case detection rates in all age groupsCase detection rates in the over-60sThe rate at which cases are rising or fallingPositivity rate (the number of positive cases detected as a percentage of tests taken)Pressure on the NHS, including current and projected occupancyThe government is expected to announce on Thursday which areas will be placed into each tier of restrictions. But analysis of data already available could point to the regions set to go into the strictest rules next week. Here’s what we found. Number of new coronavirus cases in each region!function(){"use strict";window.addEventListener("message",(function(a){if(void 0!==a.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var e in a.data["datawrapper-height"]){var t=document.getElementById("datawrapper-chart-"+e)||document.querySelector("iframe[src*='"+e+"']");t&&(t.style.height=a.data["datawrapper-height"][e]+"px")}}))}(); In the week leading up to November 22, West Yorkshire, the West Midlands and Staffordshire topped the table of areas with the highest rates of coronavirus. Areas with the highest case rates in the week to 22 November:West Yorkshire (Met County) with 316 cases per 100k West Midlands (Met County) with 311 cases per 100kStaffordshire with 308 cases per 100kCity of Bristol with 297 cases per 100kTyne and Wear (Met County) with 288 cases per 100kEast Riding of Yorkshire with 273 cases per 100kGreater Manchester (Met County) with 262 cases per 100kCounty Durham with 261 cases per 100kLeicestershire with 261 cases per 100kKent with 261 cases per 100kLincolnshire with 258 cases per 100kSouth Yorkshire (Met County) with 231 cases per 100kOut of the top 12, only Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire had been in tier 3 before the national lockdown.How are the number of cases changing in each area?It’s not just the number of cases in each area that will be important when ministers decide levels of restrictions – whether this figure is on the increase or decrease will also be key. Want to know if the relative number of coronavirus cases in your area are rising or falling? Use the searchable table to find out what’s happening in your local authority. In the areas with the highest rates of infection, the number of cases is on the decline Despite having the highest infection rates in the country, all of the regions in the top 12 saw a decline in the infection rate compared to the previous week.   The R rate Ministers have said that the R rate – otherwise known as the reproduction rate – of the virus will also play a key part in determining the level of restrictions in each area. Generally, if the R rate is above 1, it means that the epidemic is growing. For example, an R rate of 1.4 would mean that every 10 people with the virus would go on to infect 14 more people. However, if the R rate is less than 1, the epidemic is shrinking.!function(){"use strict";window.addEventListener("message",(function(a){if(void 0!==a.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var e in a.data["datawrapper-height"]){var t=document.getElementById("datawrapper-chart-"+e)||document.querySelector("iframe[src*='"+e+"']");t&&(t.style.height=a.data["datawrapper-height"][e]+"px")}}))}(); Data analysis revealed that the south-east of England had the highest R rate in the country, as of November 20, with a reproduction rate of between 1.1 and 1.3. Number of coronavirus cases in the over-60s Another of the five factors ministers will consider when deciding the level of restrictions in each area is the number of Covid-19 cases in people over the age of 60, who are at an elevated risk from the virus. The table shows the total number of people tested from November 5 to November 11, the latest available data. According to the latest government data, the national rate of over-60s testing positive was 2%. The searchable table allows you to find the number of people over 60 testing positive for Covid-19 in all areas that were above the national average of 2%. Related... This Is How The Government Will Decide What Lockdown Tier Your Area Will Be In What The Scientists Are Saying About Boris Johnson’s Christmas Bubbles Plan Revealed: The Full Details Of The UK's Christmas Covid Rules
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Supporters Rally Around Meghan Markle After Duchess Writes About Pregnancy Loss
Supporters are praising Meghan Markle for coming forward and discussing her experience losing a pregnancy in July. In an emotional essay for The New York Times called “The Losses We Share,” that Duchess of Sussex wrote that she knew something “was not right” when she was holding her son, Archie, one morning. “After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp,” she said. “I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right.” “I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second,” Meghan said.Related... Meghan Markle Describes Having Miscarriage While Holding Baby Archie The duchess said that “losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief, experienced by many but talked about by few.” “Yet despite the staggering commonality of this pain, the conversation remains taboo, riddled with (unwarranted) shame, and perpetuating a cycle of solitary mourning,” Meghan added. “In the pain of our loss, my husband and I discovered that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them will have suffered from miscarriage.” Shortly after the piece was published, supporters began praising Meghan for not only sharing her story of loss, but for doing so despite facing “almost unsurvivable” online hate over the past few years.When I had a miscarriage, I remember scouring the internet for articles by women who had been through the same thing. Because reading that you're not alone is helpful and it's comforting. So thank you to Meghan Markle for writing about something so difficult— Anita Singh (@anitathetweeter) November 25, 2020That Meghan Markle could write about her miscarriage knowing that it would add fuel to the fire of the demons who want her demise, makes her even more of a queen.— Monisha Rajesh (@monisha_rajesh) November 25, 2020Chrissy Teigen and the Duchess of Sussex speaking openly about something that historically has given women so much pain, shame and trauma, is a game-changing step. I, and countless others, am so grateful to them. Beyond that, I simply want to tell them: I am so, so sorry. https://t.co/G7RNXKylco— Elizabeth Day (@elizabday) November 25, 2020A beautiful, thoughtful & moving piece — sending so much love. You just don’t know what people are going through. Even while experiencing such personal loss, Meghan & Harry showed up powerfully for racial justice. They lead w/ so much compassion & empathy. https://t.co/BbWGTVZIXk— Rashad Robinson (@rashadrobinson) November 25, 2020Miscarriage is physically and emotionally painful. Anyone being anything but kind to Megan Markle right now needs to have a serious look at themselves. If you want to say the right thing to someone who has miscarried but don’t know how, see
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Supporters Rally Around Meghan Markle After Duchess Writes About Pregnancy Loss
Supporters are praising Meghan Markle for coming forward and discussing her experience losing a pregnancy in July. In an emotional essay for The New York Times called “The Losses We Share,” that Duchess of Sussex wrote that she knew something “was not right” when she was holding her son, Archie, one morning. “After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp,” she said. “I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right.” “I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second,” Meghan said.Related... Meghan Markle Describes Having Miscarriage While Holding Baby Archie The duchess said that “losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief, experienced by many but talked about by few.” “Yet despite the staggering commonality of this pain, the conversation remains taboo, riddled with (unwarranted) shame, and perpetuating a cycle of solitary mourning,” Meghan added. “In the pain of our loss, my husband and I discovered that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them will have suffered from miscarriage.” Shortly after the piece was published, supporters began praising Meghan for not only sharing her story of loss, but for doing so despite facing “almost unsurvivable” online hate over the past few years.When I had a miscarriage, I remember scouring the internet for articles by women who had been through the same thing. Because reading that you're not alone is helpful and it's comforting. So thank you to Meghan Markle for writing about something so difficult— Anita Singh (@anitathetweeter) November 25, 2020That Meghan Markle could write about her miscarriage knowing that it would add fuel to the fire of the demons who want her demise, makes her even more of a queen.— Monisha Rajesh (@monisha_rajesh) November 25, 2020Chrissy Teigen and the Duchess of Sussex speaking openly about something that historically has given women so much pain, shame and trauma, is a game-changing step. I, and countless others, am so grateful to them. Beyond that, I simply want to tell them: I am so, so sorry. https://t.co/G7RNXKylco— Elizabeth Day (@elizabday) November 25, 2020A beautiful, thoughtful & moving piece — sending so much love. You just don’t know what people are going through. Even while experiencing such personal loss, Meghan & Harry showed up powerfully for racial justice. They lead w/ so much compassion & empathy. https://t.co/BbWGTVZIXk— Rashad Robinson (@rashadrobinson) November 25, 2020Miscarriage is physically and emotionally painful. Anyone being anything but kind to Megan Markle right now needs to have a serious look at themselves. If you want to say the right thing to someone who has miscarried but don’t know how, see?https://t.co/S9qVV9jJvZ#miscarriagepic.twitter.com/9pAaYOwUET— Sarah Owen MP (@SarahOwen_) November 25, 2020As someone who suffered a #miscarriage myself, I am so proud to see #Meghan Markle sharing her experience. There is so much secrecy around baby loss & this leaves women without support during a significantly traumatic time. Talking about her loss will help many other women ?— RCL (@RedRosie11) November 25, 2020To people saying: 'why is Meghan Markle sharing her story if she doesn't want negative media attention?' It is very simple: there is a difference between sharing your own pain, and having others cause it. You have a right to your own truth. And a right to tell it.— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) November 25, 2020Prince Harry’s uncle, Charles Spencer — the 9th Earl Spencer and the late Princess Diana’s brother — spoke about the loss on Wednesday while appearing on the British talk show “Lorraine.” “I can’t imagine the agony for any couple of losing a child in this way.” Charles said. “It’s so very, very sad. And of course, I totally agree with you, all thoughts with them today.” 'I can't imagine the agony for any couple of losing a child in this way'.Prince Harry's uncle, Charles Spencer, shares his condolences following the news that Meghan Markle suffered a miscarriage in July this year.Watch in full ➡️ https://t.co/vn8NeFi106pic.twitter.com/55Eg6rFdNP— Lorraine (@lorraine) November 25, 2020In addition to Meghan, two other members of the royal family have experienced and spoken about their own pregnancy loss.Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who is married to Queen Elizabeth’s son Prince Edward, also experienced pregnancy loss in 2001. “I’m obviously very sad — but it was just not meant to be,” she said at the time, according to the BBC. “But there will be other chances”.Zara Tindall, the queen’s granddaughter and daughter of Princess Anne, spoke about having a miscarriage in an interview with the Sunday Times in 2016. “For me, the worst bit was that we had to tell everyone — everyone knew,” the British equestrian said. “I had to go through having the baby because it was so far along. I then had another miscarriage really early on.”“It was a time when my family came to the fore and I needed them,” Tindall added. “You need to go through a period where you don’t talk about it because it’s too raw, but, as with everything, time’s a great healer.”Related... Chrissy Teigen Shares Heartbreaking Essay On Losing Baby: ‘Utter And Complete Sadness’ I Knew Miscarriage Was Lonely. Then I Lost My Pregnancy In Lockdown What Not To Say To A Colleague Who Experienced A Miscarriage
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Marcus Rashford leads tributes to 'legendary' Diego Maradona
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Gary Lineker speaks out on 'troubled' Diego Maradona's death 'The greatest of all time!'
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Diego Maradona tributes pour in as football world mourns death of Argentina icon
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