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[Homework]BBC 2020-11-20

This is the BBC world service. There's been a great deal of excitement about the vaccines that seem to work against covid-19, but for how long.  I would love to say that I looked in my crystal box this morning and I, you know that the memory lasts exactly 12 years, 3 months, 5 days and 33 seconds.  The time has not elapsed. Post natural infection immunity does not seem to last a long time as you can hear on Science in Action coming up.

BBC news with Neil Nunes
The US Health Protection Agency has urged Americans not to travel or mix households next week for the most important family holiday of the year Thanksgiving. The CDC says it's alarmed at the surging rate of covid hospitalisations which has doubled in two weeks. In one badly hit Texas city, prisoners have been recruited to move bodied from overcrowded morgues to trucks.


The US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo has become the first top US diplomat to visit an  Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank and the Golan Heights, breaking with decades of American policy. Palestinian leaders have condemned his actions.


Brexit talks have been suspended at a critical phase because a members of the EU's negotiating team has tested positive for covid-19. The EU's Chief negotiator Michel Barnier is to self-isolate. The talks will continue remotely.


A lead to draft the report into the conduct of the British Home Secretary Priti Patel is understood to have concluded that she broke the rules on ministerial behavior. And an inquiry was launched after allegations of bullying and belittling colleagues emerged and the top Home Officer resigned. She denies the allegations.


The head of World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has denied taking sides in the conflict in Ethiopia and he has called for peace in his home country. The Ethiopia's army chief accused Doctor Tedros of lobbying in favor of the Tigray people's liberation in front.


Britain's top literary prize, the booker prize of fiction has gone to the Scottish author, Douglas Stewart for his novel Shuggie Bain. A first book is set in around working class Glasgow in the1980s.  The chair of the judges described the book as  intimate, challenging and hard to forget.
BBC world news.
                                                   
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