Mum devastated as student, 20, dies from Covid complications after pleas to get vaccine

Tyler Gilreath tested positive for Covid-19 back in August just three days after returning to University of North Carolina for his second year
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Rust’s Alec Baldwin shooting Halyna Hutchins ‘may have been caught on camera’ as search warrant is issued
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Joe Cole compares ‘outstanding’ Kai Havertz to Chelsea legend Eidur Gudjohnsen
'Outstanding player and I love him in this position.'
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Disruptions to schooling fall hardest on vulnerable students
Complications wrought by the pandemic persist in schools and often fall hardest on those least able to weather them
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Rivaldo sends transfer advice to Raphinha amid Liverpool speculation
The 24-year-old impressed for Brazil recently.
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Furious residents left 'unable to flush their toilets' and without internet after series of errors
A section of homes in Ormerod Street and Hopwood Street have been without phone and internet for 12 days
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People in Glasgow told to only visit A&E if condition is ‘life-threatening’
The plea was made after it emerged that 32% of attendances in one week at the city's busiest hospital were for minor injuries.
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Bernardo Silva gives verdict on changed Man City position this season
Bernardo Silva has cut a figure of reinvigoration since his return to the Manchester City setup, one that Manchester City, Pep Guardiola and Silva are all reaping the rewards of.
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T20 World Cup social distancing pods compared to a 'Squid Game concept'
Cricket fans at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi are watching the T20 World Cup in socially distanced pods
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Lost Island of Gold may have been found by Sumatran fishermen
For the past five years, fishermen exploring the Musi River, near Palembang, have hauled a staggering treasure trove from the depths - including gemstones and gold ceremonial rings.
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Max Verstappen labels Lewis Hamilton ‘stupid idiot’ and flashes middle finger at F1 world title rival
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Bruno Fernandes injury update ahead of Manchester United vs Liverpool
Bruno Fernandes sustained a knock in Man United's game against Atalanta and he's fighting against time to be available on Sunday.
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Stephen Merchant: ‘I see The Outlaws as a suburban, low-rent western’
The comic actor and writer on his new sitcom about community service, sharing Christopher Walken’s omelette and portraying a serial killerStephen Merchant, 46, is a writer, producer, director and comic actor who rose to fame in 2001 with The Office, about life at a paper supply company in Slough. Created by Merchant and his former XFM co-presenter Ricky Gervais, the awards-festooned series spawned a US version starring Steve Carell, and is credited with prompting a new wave of comedy series that dispensed with laughter tracks and punchlines in favour of a mockumentary style. The pair followed up The Office with Extras, in which Merchant played incompetent agent to Gervais’s struggling actor, amid a feast of celebrity cameos. In 2013 he wrote and starred in the HBO sitcom Hello Ladies, a series based on his standup routine and which followed an Englishman in Los Angeles and his failed attempts at dating. Elsewhere, he has worked variously as a DJ on BBC 6 Music, a podcaster and voiceover artist, and has appeared in films including Hot Fuzz and Jojo Rabbit.Merchant’s new six-part series, The Outlaws, co-created with Elgin James, follows the fortunes of seven strangers doing community service in Merchant’s former hometown of Bristol. Characters include Darren Boyd’s reactionary businessman, Clare Perkins’ diehard activist, Eleanor Tomlinson’s spoilt influencer, Merchant’s sad-sack solicitor – and Christopher Walken in his first role in a British comedy, as a career criminal fresh out of prison. Continue reading...
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A local’s guide to Glasgow: five great things to do
With Cop26 shining a spotlight on the city, our guide shares her love of its steamy pubs, magical markets … and deep-fried foodArtist Annie Hutchinson has fallen in love with Glasgow since moving there to live and work three years ago. Continue reading...
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We were turned down for adoption for being obese
We couldn’t help but feel incredibly hurt and upset, as we knew our body shape could and would never impact our ability to parent.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must avoid Jose Mourinho mistake to maintain job stability
The schedule doesn’t ease up for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as he welcomes Liverpool on Sunday- the fixture that cost Jose Mourinho his job
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'It's hard to cope without a leg': Nurse Josette has cared for so many patients - now she needs our help
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Holidaymakers will need THREE Covid jabs if they want to travel abroad next year
Boris Johnson's (pictured) Care minister said vaccine passports will evolve, which could mean having three jabs to be able to jet off, even though under-50s may not get boosters until after Christmas.
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Andie MacDowell Debunks The Wildest Rumour About Herself: 'Really, I Am?'
Andie MacDowell is not the illegitimate child of silent film legend Charlie Chaplin.Andie, the star of Netflix’s new hit Maid, put paid to the rumour, which was “the most insane thing” she’d ever heard about herself, on Friday’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.She learned of her supposed estranged father from a Mexican newspaper article that was sent to her by a fan, she recalled. “I was like, ‘Really, I am?’” she remembered, describing it as “so bizarre.”Andie later met Chaplin’s daughter, the actor Geraldine Chaplin.“I didn’t say anything to her but I did notice that she was looking at me, I don’t know if she had read the article,” she joked.Watch the interview above.READ MORE:Sara Davies 'Feels So Bad' For Adam Peaty Over Reaction To *That* Strictly RoutineRylan Gets The Thumbs Up From Have I Got News For You Viewers After Making Impressive Guest DebutGogglebox Welcomes Two New Additions To The Couch After Cast Departures
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Rodri details Pep Guardiola chats about his vital Man City role
Rodri has developed into an indispensable part of Pep Guardiola's system, establishing himself in the spine of the squad.
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How to do the windmill sex position and level up your sex life
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Prison chief: Mississippi preps for 1st execution since 2012
Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Burl Cain says prison employees will do once-a-week rehearsals to prepare for the state's first execution since 2012
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Cristiano Ronaldo makes promise to Manchester United transfer critics
Man United's Cristiano Ronaldo has launched a passionate defence of his performances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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New Covid 'epicentre' emerges as cases soar by nearly 10 times in a week - full list
Cheltenham, Stroud, Tewkesbury and Swindon have emerged as England's worst hotspots, while Blaenau Gwent has the highest infection rate in the UK, latest data reveals
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Saudi Arabia sets target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060
One of world’s biggest oil exporters more than doubles its annual target to reduce carbon emissionsSaudi Arabia, one of the world’s top oil exporters, has announced it aims to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 and more than double its annual target to reduce carbon emissions.Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the announcement in brief scripted remarks at the start of the kingdom’s first Saudi Green Initiative Forum. Continue reading...
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Teacher who had sex with boy, 14, claimed she was pregnant and threatened his family
Fatinah Hossain, 25, has been imprisoned for grooming the schoolboy and launching a campaign of harassment against him and his family after her arrest
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Equality row in the city over pay gap initiative that allows transgender women in gender roll call
Diversity targets will require thousands of companies to close the gender pay gap. But the proposals do not define gender the way it is usually recognised under UK law.
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Covid adviser fears 'another lockdown Christmas' as he blasts inaction as 'unacceptable'
"The figures at the moment really do show we’ve got too many cases out there. It’s just, I think, unacceptable to be letting this run at the moment.”
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Man, 23, killed and two injured in multiple stabbing outside Royal British Legion
An as-yet-unnamed victim suffered fatal injuries in the attack in Lymington, Hampshire, shortly before midnight with four people arrested including a 14-year-old boy
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Captain Eoin Morgan confident in England's chances of winning T20 World Cup
England captain Eoin Morgan is hoping to lead his side to a historic World Cup double
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Mikel Arteta applauds his Arsenal players after impressive win over Aston Villa
The Gunners were the better side throughout and deserved their 3-1 victory.
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The Queen needs to rest – there is a way she could retire without abdicating
By declaring the Prince of Wales the Prince Regent, the Queen could retain her title, status and position, but allow her son to conduct the constitutional aspects of the job
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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel explains decision to bench Ruben Loftus-Cheek for Norwich clash
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Sara Davies 'Feels So Bad' For Adam Peaty Over Reaction To *That* Strictly Routine
Sara Davies has said she feels for Adam Peaty over the attention his recent Strictly Come Dancing routine has attracted. The Olympic swimmer caused a stir at the end of his Argentine Tango last Saturday, after some viewers said he appeared to lean in and “almost kiss” his dance partner Katya Jones.Adam later hit out at the social media chatter branding it “gossip”, with his girlfriend Eiri Munro even sharing her good humoured reaction to the moment in a TikTok clip. Sharing her take on the situation, Sara told MailOnline: “I feel so bad for him because his personal life has been a nightmare this past week and everyone is talking about it when all he’s tried to do is give his all into dancing with Katya, which I can appreciate because that’s what I’m trying to do as well.”Sara, who is paired with Aljaž Škorjanec on the show, continued: “I have become really close to Adam, he’s one of my best friends through this process and I think if he was to do a dance and know he’s held back and that’s what cost him his place in the competition he would be so annoyed with himself.“I can see him being in real mental turmoil over this.”Earlier this week, fellow contestant Judi Love also spoke out in defence of Adam and Katya, explaining the reasons why they would have appeared close at the end of the performance. Appearing on Loose Women, she said: “I think what people need to understand, when you’re a dancer, you are a performer, you’re an actress, you’re an actor, you’re a dancer - you’re everything in that moment. At the end, people don’t realise you have to hold a pose.”“So, they’re amazing. They’re amazing dancers, amazing performance and that’s what I saw – a performance that was executed and held in that position for camera, and for audience.”On Sunday, Adam hit out at the reaction to the end of his and Katya’s dance, suggesting it had “real life consequences”. He tweeted: “To everyone who wants to see what they want, your comments have real life consequences.“I will not be overcome or lowered by your gossip. Protect your energy.”He later told Zoe Ball on the Radio 2 Breakfast Show they were simply “being believable”.“You don’t want to do a dance like that and not do it justice because you haven’t switched on right at the end,” he said. “So it’s being believable, and that’s what I think some people get carried away with. But, hey ho, that’s life, isn’t it?”Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 7.05pm on BBC One.READ MORE:'I Won't Tolerate It': Strictly's Tilly Ramsay Hits Back At DJ Steve Allen After On-Air Body-Shaming CommentsJudi Love To Miss This Week's Strictly Come Dancing After Positive Covid TestBruno Tonioli Set To Stage Return-Of-Sorts To Strictly Come Dancing
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UK facing ‘another lockdown Christmas if we don’t act soon’
Prof Peter Openshaw, a prominent adviser to government on Covid, says there is ‘no point in delaying’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA prominent adviser to the government on Covid-19 has said he is very fearful of another “lockdown Christmas”, as he urged the public to do everything possible to reduce the spread of the virus.Prof Peter Openshaw, a member of the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (Nervtag), said case numbers and death rates were currently unacceptable, and re-emphasised the importance of measures such as working from home and mask wearing as part of efforts to control the spread of Covid. Continue reading...
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'I was wrong!' Remainer ex-diplomat says he's now a Brexiteer in stunning on-air admission
A BRITISH-BORN former diplomat, who was against Britain leaving the EU, has admitted he was "wrong" as he explained to GB News what made him change his mind.
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I went to test the 'luxurious' pizza and cocktail bar in the middle of the Arndale
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Babar Azam backs Pakistan to end unwanted record against India at T20 World Cup
Pakistan have the undesirable record of 12 losses from as many matches against their arch rivals at the limited-overs World Cups.
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Cristiano Ronaldo explains why he stormed down the tunnel after Manchester United’s draw against Everton
'For me it's a loss to draw with Everton at home.'
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Renters in arrears to get £65m help after Tories scrap eviction ban and UC uplift
Both the ban on evictions during the pandemic and the £20 uplift in Universal Credit have been scrapped in recent weeks
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The 22 most outrageous mistakes in TV shows
Charlotte Cripps picks some of the most famous TV mistakes ever made, including the infamous Starbucks coffee cup left in a GoT scene 
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Nadine Dorries commits to online safety reforms in memory of David Amess
Culture secretary says online hate has ‘poisoned public life’ and pledges fines for platforms that amplify hateful contentThe culture secretary has condemned online hate, which she said has “poisoned public life”, as she pledged to bring in sweeping legislation in memory of the late MP David Amess.Nadine Dorries said her former Conservative colleague’s killing, just over a week ago, may not have been prevented by an online abuse crackdown but “brought into sharp relief” the threats posed to MPs and others who are in the public eye. Continue reading...
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Police appeal for help to find missing man, 41, last seen in Rochdale
Anthony has links to the Oldham area, but police said he could have travelled anywhere across the region
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The 30 greatest album covers of all time, from David Bowie, ‘Aladdin Sane’ to Patti Smith, ‘Horses’
Over the decades, artist and musicians have worked together to create albums where the cover art is as memorable as the music itself
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Better city design needs to be part of the climate solution
Saudi Arabia’s governor of the Royal Commission for Riyadh City explains why ambitious urban planning is key to delivering environmental objectives
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Terrifying climate map shows 3,000,000 homes that will be flooded by 2050
One in 10 houses in the UK could be at risk of flooding in 30 years.
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Britain's Warren Buffet, Terry Smith, sues ex-partner of 21 years
Terry Smith, 68, who is worth an estimated £300 million, pictured left, is suing his former partner Teresa de Freitas, 47, following the breakdown of their relationship in Mauritius earlier this year.
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Reaching global climate deal will be tough, Cop26 president says
Key polluters including China and India have yet to submit new plans for the next decade.
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