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CBS News 29 Sep 2020

Paramedics in England testing jet suits as new way to deliver medical assistance


Paramedics in England are taking to the sky to test out a new way to provide medical assistance to people in hard-to-reach locations. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports on the new medical service.

Businesses that require person to person contact are amongst the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and that includes the performing arts.

In Venezuela, dancers are working within the confines of a one week on, one week off quarantine.

The curtain is closed, but the dancers are perfecting their craft and finding new ways to bring the beauty of ballet to appreciative audiences.
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Visits to loved ones in care homes in England will be possible by Christmas according to government ministers.

Families and campaigners have been critical of the negative impact that the ban on visits has had on care home residents, particularly those with dementia.

A pilot scheme has begun involving 20 homes in Hampshire, Devon and Cornwall, which will provide regular testing.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by social affairs correspondent Alison Holt.
Sen. Ron Wyden blasted Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court hearings as a "new low."

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