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Coronavirus: Quarantine extension 'another devastating blow' to travel industry
Extending quarantine to a further six nations, including France, is "another devastating blow" to the travel industry already reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been warned.
Coronavirus: Travellers trying to return from France today face paying hundreds of pounds
British tourists in countries that have been added to the travel quarantine - including France, Malta and the Netherlands - have been told "don't just turn up" in a bid to get back home.
Coronavirus: Sushi chain YO! slices 250 jobs as crisis hammers restaurants
Hundreds of jobs are expected to be cut at the sushi restaurant chain YO! as it becomes the latest casual dining chain to propose a financial restructuring to creditors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus: Bowling alleys, stadiums and salons have lockdown rules eased - as mask fines doubled
Fines of up to £3,200 for repeatedly not wearing a mask have been announced by Boris Johnson alongside eased lockdown measures for bowling alleys, casinos, skating rinks and beauty salons.
Coronavirus: UK secures early access to 90 million doses of two more COVID-19 vaccine candidates
The UK has secured early access to 90 million doses of two promising vaccine candidates.
Coronavirus: Lockdown 'boomerang kids' add £2,700 to parents' bills, survey finds
Young adults who returned home to live with their parents during the COVID-19 lockdown have added on average £2,700 to household bills, according to a survey.
Coronavirus: Nearly 300 staff test positive for COVID-19 at factory that makes sandwiches for M&S
Nearly 300 employees have tested positive for coronavirus at a factory that makes sandwiches for M&S.
Fortnite sues Apple and Google after it is dropped from app stores
The developer of Fortnite has launched a lawsuit against Apple and Google after the tech firms dropped the game from their app stores.
Public warned over criminals using celebrities to promote fake investments
Criminals are defrauding people into making fake investments using forged news stories promoting investment advice from celebrities, the public is being warned.
Coronavirus: Restaurants enjoy surge in sales as diners take advantage of Eat Out to Help Out scheme
Food sales in UK pubs and restaurants rose by a third in the week following the launch of the government's Eat Out to Help Out subsidy scheme, research shows.