A pen pal postcard that’s winged its way nearly 4,000 miles around the globe is amongst hundreds received by one of Sheffield’s leading older persons’ charities.
Sheffield City Region is delighted to be participating in a regional entrepreneurship acceleration programme with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is looking forward to getting passengers back in the air following the publication of the Depart for Transport (DfT) safe travel destinations released today and the relaxation of FCO restrictions on non-essential travel.
Researchers have shown that a variation in the viral genome of Covid-19 improved its ability to infect human cells and helped it become the dominant strain circulating around the world today.
Commenting on the government's five-step plan for imposing local lockdowns in the case of coronavirus spikes, BCC Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:
As our operating cities and towns start moving again, we want our passengers and drivers to feel safer when travelling with City Taxis by introducing protective screens.
Two Sheffield businesses have joined forces to help get an older persons charity back on its post-pandemic feet.
Commenting on the government’s announcement of quarantine-free travel with a specified list of ‘low-risk’ countries, BCC Director General Dr Adam Marshall said: