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Nanjing, China's Jiangsu Province. 29th July, 2021. A volunteer guides people at a nucleic acid testing site in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, July 29, 2021. Nanjing, a mega-city with a population of more than 9.3 million in eastern China, launched the third round of all-inclusive nucleic acid testing campaign on Wednesday, according to the municipal COVID-19 prevention and control headquarters. The citywide testing covers all residents, including those who are paying a short visit to the city.
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London, UK, 20 July 2021: The NHS Covid app on a smart phone shows a count-down to the end of self-isolation triggered by contact with a person infected with coronavirus. Business Minister Paul Scully had said that self-isolation was optional if pinged by the app if businesses were facing staff shortages, but Downing Street has said that employers should not encourage workers to ignore the app's warnings. Contact from NHS Track and Trace is a legal requirement but notifications from the app are not compulsory. Anna Watson/Alamy Live News
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A couple cycling on the Bristol and Bath Railway Path in spring.
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Home Office Marsham Street Westminster London England UK
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The Monzo bank logo is seen on an LED screen in the background while two silhouetted people work in an office environment (Editorial use only)
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Alison Rose Deputy CEO of NatWest Holdings RBS sitting behind her desk
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30/07/2021 Daily Telegraph (print)

An ice cream van is stuck in the sand as the tide comes in, Polzeath Beach, Devon. N015C5 nipdor/StockimoNews/Live News

A lone walker is cautious about proceeding as inquisitive cattle block the footpath, Frome Somerset. KE2TBD Philip Bishop

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9842925/UK-weather-Storm-Evert-strikes-campers-told-pack-go.html

 

Polzeath beach, Cornwall, UK. 30th July, 2021: UK Weather: Storm Evert angry clouds over dog walker on Polzeath beach, Cornwall. 30th July, 2021. Credit nidpor/ Alamy Live News Credit: nidpor/StockimoNews/Alamy Live News
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Polzeath beach, Cornwall, UK. 30th July, 2021: UK Weather: Storm Evert angry clouds over dog walker on Polzeath beach, Cornwall. 30th July, 2021. Credit nidpor/ Alamy Live News Credit: nidpor/StockimoNews/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
 
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On 25/07/2021 at 17:15, TeeCee said:

Waterfront and harbour at Anstruther fishing village in East Neuk of Fife, Scotland, UK
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El País El Viajero 31.07.2021 (Print edition)

Maria Galan PGWWGR People at lavender field. Brihuega, Guadalajara province, Castilla La Mancha, Spain.

Aleix Roig JF73HC cami de cavalls

JB 2AEG318 Pilgrims taking pictures in front of Cathedral at Praza do Obradoiro. View from Town Hall arch. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Nov 30, 2019.

Mehdi33300 2B3RDX8 Galdar, Canary Islands, Spain

Lucas Vallecillos HPEN7M Gemalte Haus, painted house,in Herrengasse street, Graz, Austria

Iryna Tolmachova 2G3J3BA Ottawa, Canada May 23, 2021: Maman Spider sculpture in front the National Gallery of Canada, located in downtown of the capital city Ottawa,in Canada

Michel Guenette 2FN5WR4 Aerial view of City of Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada. Saguenay river and St-Lawrence river. Beginning of Saguenay Fjord

 

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