Fear or relief? Government begin planning to end lockdown.

Feb 18, 2021

On Monday 17th December Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced plans to exit the national lockdown. He described the plan as “cautious but irreversible” implying that this could be the last lockdown during the Coronavirus pandemic. Cities like Sheffield currently have...

School’s Off, Pressure’s On!

Feb 1, 2021

Daunting; unprecedented; impossible? Whilst adapting to lockdown life, the world’s oldest broadcaster was tasked to keep its young audience informed and pull-off the biggest venture in modern educational history. For the BBC, time was ticking: children’s futures were...

Remote Working as a Measure Against COVID-19

Mar 12, 2020

More people would like to start working remotely after COVID-19 was characterized as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. Employers are advising their staff to work from home if possible as this is one of the measures to prevent fuelling the outbreak, however,...

Sheffield Health Expert gives Coronavirus update

Mar 5, 2020

The Director of Public in Sheffield reassured locals yesterday that Sheffield will be following the Government plans to fight the virus. Speaking at a local council meeting, the Director of Public Health, Greg Fell, said: “In Sheffield, this winter has been...

Chinese people targeted amid Coronavirus fears

Feb 13, 2020

Members of the Chinese community have suffered verbal abuse on the streets of Sheffield, in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. Yidan Chen, 23, a postgraduate student at the University of Sheffield, was harassed by two men on Monday. She said: “It was around 9pm and I...