Devon’s Coronavirus cases have risen rapidly in the week leading up to 9 July.
Print science editor Ellen Rogers discusses the potential impact of recent research showing a genetic correlation with the severity of people’s COVID symptoms.
Floris de Bruin explains Chris Whitty’s statement that regulating international border control in the long- term is an unsustainable option.
Lucy Aylmer reflects on the explicit increase of anti-Asian hate since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts discusses the anxieties that many might be experiencing while restrictions continue to be lifted
My Year Abroad so far – An Album Ross Chatburn casts a look back at his year-abroad experience so far. Striking sights, treasured memories and a pizza on the Rialto. Enough said. My first perouse around Padua This first photo is of the Palazzo Bo (Bo Palace) in Padua, the central University hub. This aesthetic […]
COVID-19: Mortality risk increases when ICUs are full COVID-19 patients admitted to very full hospitals have an increased chance of dying, equivalent to being up to 11 years older, new research has revealed. The study, co-led by UCL researchers and the University of Exeter, analysed data from around 4,000 patients admitted to Intensive Care Units […]
Survey shows people back coronavirus restrictions but think local lockdowns were mismanaged A survey has found that while there is widespread public support for coronavirus restrictions people believe the local lockdowns this autumn were mismanaged by the government. A recent survey by the University has found that while there is widespread acceptance of the new […]
Just two Exeter students out of 6,000 tested positive for COVID in pre-Christmas tests Just two Exeter students tested positive for Covid-19 out of more than 6,000 students tested before going home for Christmas. These figures are vastly different from those in October, when the Pennsylvania and University area of Exeter was the seventh highest […]
Plans revealed for mass COVID testing of 50,000 students on return to campus Prior to the third national lockdown, the University of Exeter announced plans to test all students for coronavirus on their return to campus for the start of the new term. Plans for mass testing had been agreed at a Team Devon Local […]