The UK is not the only country trying to adapt to life alongside coronavirus.
The first large-scale study of Covid-19 reinfection identified the age groups most at risk.
The UK medicines regulator says the available evidence does not suggest that blood clots in veins are caused by the jab.
The Danish government has ordered the cull of 15 million minks after widespread coronavirus outbreaks on farms.
But people arriving from Liechtenstein will now have to quarantine.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps revealed anyone returning from the countries will need to quarantine for 14 days.
Two octogenarian lovers, one living in Denmark and the other in Germany, are determined to keep meeting every day for a picnic and a chat on either side of the border, which has been shut to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Inga Rasmussen, 85, who lives in Gallehus on the Danish side, met Karsten Tuechsen Hansen, 89, two years ago. Both widowed, they quickly fell in love. Like many lovers around the world in this time of the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on free movement, they face obstacles in meeting up but they are not easily deterred.
As some European nations reveal plans to gradually reopen society, Britain and France say even discussing lifting coronavirus restrictions would be a mistake.
After the referendum result on Brexit in 2016, fashion writer Sorcha McCrory began to question whether the Britain she was born and raised in was still the same. As Brexit dominated headlines, incidents of racism and blame began to swirl around the topic and in 2019 Sorcha moved to Copenhagen, Denmark as she felt that the UK was no longer a place where she could stay and wanted to remain a european citizen.