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Michael Goodier is a data journalist at New Statesman Media Group
Covid-19 has accelerated the decline of traditional high street commerce – but there is hope for the future.
Governments across the globe have developed mobile software to trace cases of Covid-19. But how effective have they been?
A crisis of delayed surgery and diagnoses is rumbling beneath waiting time figures, with 4.5 million patients now thought to be awaiting hospital treatment.
A combination of deregulation and austerity means England’s bus services aren’t working.
Young people, ethnic minorities and people living in poor areas are more likely to be unsure about receiving the jab.
The vaccine roll-out appears to be happening more slowly in the areas that need it most.
Three in four doses purchased by the African Union are less effective against the South African strain.
The country with the fastest vaccine programme in the world has recorded a sharp drop in hospitalisations among the elderly.
Victims, families, witnesses and defendants are trapped in limbo as courts restricted by the pandemic struggle to keep up with cases.
The UK’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout has proportionally been five times faster than the EU’s.