Coronavirus live news: South Korea reports highest daily infections as US nears 300,000 deaths after record day | World news
From canoeing and caving to mountaineering and axe-throwing, outdoor adventures are being banished from the childhood memories of a generation because of coronavirus regulations.
In the UK, outdoor centres that provide environmental education for young people from inner cities, including those who may be deprived or disabled, are warning that they face collapse due to a lack of government support.
Residential outdoor centres – many of them charities, not-for-profit or small, family-run businesses – have been closed since March and will not open again until April 2021 at the earliest, under Department for Education guidelines. Of the 15,000 teachers and instructors employed in the sector, about 6,000 have lost their jobs and several centres have permanently closed:
Brazil releases vaccination plan that covers a quarter of population, no start date
Germany to tighten restrictions
US deaths nearing 300,000 after another record day
South Korea reports record daily case rise of 1,030 infections in 24 hours
Australian state of New South Wales marks nine days with no new cases
Australian state of Victoria records 1 new case in hotel quarantine
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