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The public is divided on COVID-19-related beliefs

The public is divided in their thoughts on vaccine passports, trust in the UK government’s COVID-19 response and beliefs surrounding vaccine-caused blood clots.
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Keeping a social distANTS

While social distancing is a new way of life for us, when plagued by disease ants started keeping a safe distance from one another long before we did. This was recently unveiled by what experts call the ‘perfect tracking system’.
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Understanding the second wave: COVID-19 antibody testing in Bristol

An upcoming COVID-19 antibody testing study on the Bristol population aims to improve our understanding of the second wave. Results of the study will also aid future public health and governmental decisions on COVID-19 response policies.
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Bristol University’s impact on the world’s response to COVID-19, one year on from the first lockdown

March 23 marked one year since the first lockdown in the UK following the global outbreak of COVID-19 which has affected everyone’s lives in innumerable ways. Here, a retrospective on some of the main contributions by the University to overcome the disease are highlighted.
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Lockdown trends: Best to worst

With just over a year having passed since the first lockdown, here is a ranking of all the well-known fads that have tried to keep us entertained, fed and sane throughout it all.
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Long COVID - who gets it and how can we treat it?

A systematic study involving the University of Bristol aims to better understand how to treat long COVID, which affects around 10 per cent of those who get the virus.
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Kent Covid variant has a much higher mortality rate and poses ‘a threat that should be taken seriously’

The B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19, first detected in Kent, has been found to be between 30 and 100 per cent more deadly than previous strains.
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Bristolian children of Black, Asian and ethnic minorities needed for new study on how immune systems respond to COVID-19

Are you between the ages 0 to 19, or do you have a younger sibling or child in this age range? Do you live in the Bristol area? Bristol Children’s Vaccine Centre is looking for volunteers for a study seeing how well vaccines are working for children across the UK.
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