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The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
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A “smokenado” formed during a fire at a recycling and salvaging plant in Burnsville, Alabama, on August 2.This video, filmed by a lineman at the Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, shows the smoke funnel.The cooperative told Storyful that their crews were waiting for the fire to be controlled enough to work on the damaged power lines. In a Facebook post they thanked the first responders who worked on the fire, saying “y’all are true heroes! #smokenado.”The fire had been burning at the National Salvage and Recycling Corp for three days as of August 3, according to local news reports. Credit: Central Alabama Electric Cooperative via Storyful
Updated advice on coronavirus vaccines for 16 and 17-year-olds across the UK is set to be issued in the coming days, Nicola Sturgeon has said. The first minister revealed the news as she delivered her latest COVID-19 update to the Scottish Parliament. "We are hoping to receive in the next few days updated advice from the JCVI [Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation] on possible vaccination of others in the younger age groups," she said.
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Nicola Sturgeon told the Scottish Parliament she was ‘possibly veering towards expecting’ an announcement.
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