CUE: More than 2 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered around the world. As the rollout continues, we ask: will people go back to work as normal or has the pandemic changed their attitude to infectious diseases forever? Viktoria Yordanova has been finding out if we’ll still be meeting deadlines with a runny nose in the UK and around the world. Continue reading VIDEO: Will we still be going to work with a runny nose?
CUE: While the vaccination race continues around the world, EU members like Bulgaria keep on falling behind. Just over one in ten Bulgarians have received their first jab by mid-June, leaving the country with the lowest vaccination rate in the bloc. Viktoria Yordanova has been exploring the reasons behind this. Continue reading VIDEO:Vaccine hesitancy in Bulgaria
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Who would like to be a butcher at the moment? They are facing challenges from all quarters. Global warming is threatening our existence and the meat industry is blamed for being one of its top contributors, alongside deforestation, and the burning of fossil fuels. Some scientists suggest “the single biggest way” to save the planet is to go vegan. Driven by the conscious decision not only to … Continue reading Can butchers survive the vegan boom?
Have you ever heard of flexitarianism? It is a diet that encourages more plant-based foods but allows the occasional consumption of meat and other animal products in moderation. Flexitarians are also known as flexible vegetarians or vegivores or even vegetarians with benefits. What makes the diet so popular is the flexibility it allows in terms of consuming a variety of different foods. There are no … Continue reading How to have your beef cake and eat it
Are you sick and tired of staying at home panicking about the future? It is really easy to fall into the cycle of anxiety and depression, especially with so much time on your hands during lockdown. These practical tips will give you a fresh perspective and help you overcome the negative thoughts. Check them out here. Continue reading VIDEO: How to manage stress during lockdown
Do you know what a quiet book is? It’s an interactive toy which encourages imagination and creativity and improves a child’s concentration. The concept helps children to discover mistakes and correct them in their own without the need of a parent. Check out some of the benefits here. Continue reading VIDEO: Have you heard of quiet books?
Colchester-based gamer Mitchel Gledhill has created his own survival game inspired by the coronavirus pandemic. Chaotic Survival, which is a text-based role-playing game, presses the importance of following the government’s guidelines. By sending out emails with COVID rules and rewarding gamers for active playing, Mitchell wants to protect those who don’t have time to follow the news. Watch the interview with Mitchell Gledhill here. Continue reading Chaotic Survival: the role-playing game inspired by COVID
Thousands of pubs and restaurants may never reopen after lockdown as owners are left struggling to meet their ongoing costs. The government has set up a number of financial schemes to support small businesses and self-employed workers. But will this be enough to save the hospitality industry from collapsing? Continue reading VIDEO: Business owners and self-employed amongst the affected by the pandemic