Doctors had warned that patients were worried about attending their GP surgery or the hospital during the pandemic.
Kuoni has reported a ‘steady stream’ of new inquiries for holidays taking place next year.
Clare Chapman takes over from Sir Brendan Barber at the end of July.
The discount retailer closed the doors at around one in nine of its branches due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Thames Valley Police have arrested a 26-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman on suspicion of murdering one-month-old Colby Lawton.
One furloughed retail manager said his colleagues ‘to a person cannot wait to get back to work’.
New recruits range from an architect, beautician and lifeguard to a pilot, scientists, a singer, tattooists and pro speedway rider Ricky Wells.
The cash is being returned to the Treasury each financial year despite the service between Belfast and New York ending almost two years ago.
The neighbourhood app is to allow local businesses to promote new opening times, delivery options and special offers for free twice a month.
Faye Mceniry, from Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, was unable to have visitors, forcing her to cope without friends and family.
Train services will increase from around 50% of normal frequencies to 70% from Monday.
Kay White serves customers at the branch in Shropshire, alongside her niece Ann Madeley, 74.
The estimate is based on swab tests performed on 10,705 people in 5,276 households.
Having a routine and planning for boredom are among the suggestions made.
Wings and Scrubs in a West Midlands park depicts a winged medical worker as a gesture of thanks, creator Luke Perry said.
Virginia Giuffre features in a four-part series called Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.
Scientists date the settlement at Tap O’ Noth in Aberdeenshire to between the fifth and sixth centuries.