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After sleeping rough for a week many migrants want to leave Lesbos, not stay in a new camp.
Liverpool are closing in on a deal to sign Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich for £27m.
As England men’s summer comes to a close, BBC Sport looks at the winners and losers from the unique time in the bio-secure bubbles.
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Steve Schmidt says “there’s nothing that frankly comes even close.”
The COVID-19 vaccine will be first made available to those who need it the most, said health minister .Three COVID-19 vaccine candidates are at different stages of clinical trials in the country
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Thursday, September 17, 2020
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Despite six weeks of workplace closures, physical distancing and stay-at-home messages, people are still contracting COVID-19 in the community, and public health officials don’t have a firm handle on why or how it’s happening.
At the outset of the pandemic, Quebec moved quicker than most in shutting down schools and most of its economy. Now, more than a month later, the province is again distinguishing itself, by setting out a firm timeline for phasing out those measures.