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Tropical Peatland Conservation Could Protect Humans From New Diseases

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A new vaccine that protects against Covid-19 is nearly 95% effective, early data from US company Moderna shows.

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A further £40m is to be ploughed into green spaces in England as part of a plan to restore species and combat climate change.