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Coronavirus live news: Wuhan finishes testing 11 million; nightclubs reopen in Scotland

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China reports 125 new cases for Sunday; Scotland nightclubs reopen for first time in over a year; Australian PM’s public approval rating at pandemic low

Vaccination campaign warns young people they risk ‘missing out’ on nightclubs

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Unvaccinated young people are being warned that they will “miss out” on access to nightclubs as part of an advertising campaign being launched to boost take-up. The move is an attempt by the government to encourage th...

Infectious nightclubs: Covid outbreaks in Sardinia last summer serve as risk alert

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They only wanted to enjoy themselves on the sunny Sardinian coast last summer after a tough two-month lockdown. But instead, young Italians, who had frequented nightclubs, returned home either with Covid-19 or laden w...

Nightclubs admit confusion over UK Covid rules as ‘freedom day’ nears

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On Sunday at 11.50pm in the Heaven nightclub in Charing Cross, London, customers enjoying a socially distanced seated drink will be asked to step away from their tables and chairs. Over a 10-minute period, the dancefl...

Tell us: how do you feel about nightclubs reopening in England?

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With nightclubs reopening for the first time since March 2020 we would like to hear how you feel about going clubbing again. What does the lifting of restrictions mean to you? Do you have concerns about not being ful...

Scotland nightclubs and bars launch legal action against Covid rules

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Nightclubs and bars have launched legal action against the Scottish government’s coronavirus restrictions, describing the curbs as “no longer justifiable or proportionate”. The trade body Night Time Industries Associa...

From spaceships to sweat shops to Studio 54: the world’s greatest nightclubs

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Dancers grind, twist and pump their bodies beneath a billowing parachute, while other revellers sprawl across six-metre long polyurethane silk worms, or perch on seating made from washing machine drums and refrigerato...