Classical music finds revived love in COVID-19 lockdowns
A study by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) shows that orchestral music spiked in popularity over the course of the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed claimed that they Continue Reading
New EU funding boosts campaigns fighting Covid-19 disinformation in Africa
The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced last week that it will receive an additional €16 million worth of funding for its Covid-19 vaccination programmes in Africa from the European Union Continue Reading
Petition to make National Covid Memorial Wall permanent reaches more than 100,000 signatures
March 29th 2022 marks a year since thousands of red hearts started to appear on the 500-metre wall opposite the Houses of Parliament next to St Thomas’ hospital. Now a Continue Reading
Can Europe’s cycling revolution outlive the pandemic?
Cycling has seen a surge in popularity thanks to the pandemic and improved infrastructure is making cycling safer and more accessible for all
How has the world of football been impacted by fans being prevented from attending matches by the Covid-19 pandemic?
Illegal drugs bought on the Internet : lockdown and psychological distress in the UK
Simon Prytherch, a recovery practitioner at Club Drug Clinic, worries about the consequences of lockdown on people’s mental health. He noticed a rise in the patients addicted to benzos bought Continue Reading
London remembers victims of Covid-19 in a unique way
A memorial in the form of a wall stretching hundreds of meters, full of hand drawn hearts, has been set up opposite Britain’s Houses of Parliament. It aims to remember those that have died because of the covid-19.