Devon’s Coronavirus cases have risen rapidly in the week leading up to 9 July.
University data compiled from Public Health England and HALO reveals Covid-19 cases have risen on average over the last 7 days.
Exeter residents invited to take part in trials for new COVID-19 vaccine Exeter is one of the first areas in the country where residents have been asked to volunteer to participate in trials of a new vaccine for COVID-19. The trials are testing the Novavax vaccination and are being held at the Nightingale Hospital in […]
Students speak out against “incredibly unfair” tenancy contracts Exeter students speak out after finding themselves unable to terminate tenancy agreements for private student lettings. Exeposé has spoken to 24 students about their experiences trying to cancel their tenancy agreements. Some came from circumstances with private landlords, while others’ properties were managed by letting agencies or […]
Kevin Yu examines how we can aid the homelessness problem in Exeter amidst Covid-19 The rapid manifestation of coronavirus/COVID-19 has shaken the whole planet, including Exeter, with WHO recently confirming its pandemic status. As a result, much of society is preparing to be housebound, from (in-advisably) stock-piling loo roll, to integrating Skype chats for work. […]
A racially-motivated attack has left a 35 year old taxi driver needing stitches. On Sunday 16 February, an Asian taxi driver picked up four people—two men and two women—outside John Lewis. According to a Devon and Cornwall police spokesperson, once they were all in the taxi one of the male passengers started probing the driver […]