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Coronavirus UK: LBC Daily Update with Nick Ferrari

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Coronavirus UK: LBC Daily Update with Nick Ferrari

Coronavirus UK: LBC Daily Update with Nick Ferrari

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During this Global Pandemic, LBC’s Nick Ferrari provides you with a daily insight into everything you need to know around the Coronavirus outbreak. As this rapidly developing situation continues, Nick will be speaking to experts every day to bring you the latest news and to give you the best advice.

Latest Episodes

Changes to test and trace

Changes to test and trace, health minister Ed Argar joins Nick

10 MIN3 d ago
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Changes to test and trace

Local ban on visiting homes in Northern England

Nick Ferrari looks at the latest announcement that visiting people at home is banned in parts of Northern England. Dr David Nabarro, who is the Special envoy on COVID-19 to the World Health Organisation gives Nick his thoughts on the local lockdown. Plus as the airline Jet2 tells some holidaymakers to come home early Nick looks at the consequences of this and speaks to one tourist currently in Spain.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Local ban on visiting homes in Northern England

Second peak?

As the boss of Barclays says he wants staff back in the office over the coming months, Nick Ferrari looks at how this can be achieved. He is joined by the former Dragon from Dragon’s Den Theo Paphitis. Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells Nick about his concerns about a possible second peak in infections plus one in eight people have been challenged on not wearing a mask

26 MIN2 w ago
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Second peak?

Should we test all passengers upon arrival?

As Boris Johnson warns of a possible second wave in Europe, Nick looks at the idea of testing all passengers upon arrival. He is joined by Chief Executive of Heathrow Airport, John Holland-Kaye and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden. Plus could the enforcing of masks land schools in court? Nick looks at the challenges that this could create.

34 MIN2 w ago
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Should we test all passengers upon arrival?

Spain back on the quarantine list

Travellers to Spain get just a few hours notice that they'll now have to quarantine for 14 days on their return

17 MIN2 w ago
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Spain back on the quarantine list

Masks now compulsory in England shops

New mask law comes in to force : what will happen in shops?

16 MIN3 w ago
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Masks now compulsory in England shops

Care home visits allowed again

You can visit relatives in care homes again - but with conditions, and have there been any cases of transmission from pupil to teacher in schools?

14 MIN3 w ago
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Care home visits allowed again

Have we got a vaccine already?

Details on the Oxfrod vaccine progress.

13 MIN3 w ago
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Have we got a vaccine already?

Should we return to the office?

Tom Swarbrick stands in for Nick Ferrari this week. Tom looks at the suggestion yesterday by the Government’s top scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance that there is “absolutely no reason” to change the advice to work from home which comes at odds with the PM’s statement today. Boris Johnson has urged companies to get employees back to offices if they think it’s more productive. Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies talks about a possible reconstruction of the economy after the coronavirus economic fallout. Plus the Mayor of Leicester joins Tom to discuss the relaxation of the lockdown measures in the city.

27 MINJUL 17
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Should we return to the office?

The R Rate was ‘lower than thought’ back in May

Tom Swarbrick is standing in for Nick Ferrari this week. Tom looks at two possible good news stories that the R rate (Rate of Infection) was lower than previously thought back in May. This comes as hopes rise over a vaccine by Oxford scientists that shows promising results. Tom is also joined by Business Secretary Alok Sharma and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Anneliese Dodds

13 MINJUL 16
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The R Rate was ‘lower than thought’ back in May

Latest Episodes

Changes to test and trace

Changes to test and trace, health minister Ed Argar joins Nick

10 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Changes to test and trace

Local ban on visiting homes in Northern England

Nick Ferrari looks at the latest announcement that visiting people at home is banned in parts of Northern England. Dr David Nabarro, who is the Special envoy on COVID-19 to the World Health Organisation gives Nick his thoughts on the local lockdown. Plus as the airline Jet2 tells some holidaymakers to come home early Nick looks at the consequences of this and speaks to one tourist currently in Spain.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Local ban on visiting homes in Northern England

Second peak?

As the boss of Barclays says he wants staff back in the office over the coming months, Nick Ferrari looks at how this can be achieved. He is joined by the former Dragon from Dragon’s Den Theo Paphitis. Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells Nick about his concerns about a possible second peak in infections plus one in eight people have been challenged on not wearing a mask

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Second peak?

Should we test all passengers upon arrival?

As Boris Johnson warns of a possible second wave in Europe, Nick looks at the idea of testing all passengers upon arrival. He is joined by Chief Executive of Heathrow Airport, John Holland-Kaye and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden. Plus could the enforcing of masks land schools in court? Nick looks at the challenges that this could create.

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Should we test all passengers upon arrival?

Spain back on the quarantine list

Travellers to Spain get just a few hours notice that they'll now have to quarantine for 14 days on their return

17 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Spain back on the quarantine list

Masks now compulsory in England shops

New mask law comes in to force : what will happen in shops?

16 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Masks now compulsory in England shops

Care home visits allowed again

You can visit relatives in care homes again - but with conditions, and have there been any cases of transmission from pupil to teacher in schools?

14 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Care home visits allowed again

Have we got a vaccine already?

Details on the Oxfrod vaccine progress.

13 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Have we got a vaccine already?

Should we return to the office?

Tom Swarbrick stands in for Nick Ferrari this week. Tom looks at the suggestion yesterday by the Government’s top scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance that there is “absolutely no reason” to change the advice to work from home which comes at odds with the PM’s statement today. Boris Johnson has urged companies to get employees back to offices if they think it’s more productive. Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies talks about a possible reconstruction of the economy after the coronavirus economic fallout. Plus the Mayor of Leicester joins Tom to discuss the relaxation of the lockdown measures in the city.

27 MINJUL 17
Comments
Should we return to the office?

The R Rate was ‘lower than thought’ back in May

Tom Swarbrick is standing in for Nick Ferrari this week. Tom looks at two possible good news stories that the R rate (Rate of Infection) was lower than previously thought back in May. This comes as hopes rise over a vaccine by Oxford scientists that shows promising results. Tom is also joined by Business Secretary Alok Sharma and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Anneliese Dodds

13 MINJUL 16
Comments
The R Rate was ‘lower than thought’ back in May
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