According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, at least 4,542,910 people are known to have been infected, and 307,696 people have died worldwide since the pandemic began. The figures are likely to represent a significant underestimate of the accurate scale of the pandemic as many of those with milder symptoms have not been tested and counted.
WHEN 15-year old Brian Adamson dreamed of places he wanted to someday visit he couldn’t imagine life as the ultimate entertainer’s entertainer OF humble beginnings, the New Zealander worked his way around the world to Southampton. Within two years Kiwi Adamson saved £300 he had earned as a warehouse man. Invested in premises situated in […]
UK Covid-19 deaths have passed 40,000 as of today, it has been confirmed. The office of national statistics has confirmed the figures, however, the number of deaths have fallen for the third week running with the hope that the worst of the pandemic is over as the nation looks forward to ‘normality.’ Tuesday’s ONS figures […]