Covid-19: Protest warning, and more EU countries halt Oxford jabson March 15, 2021 at 5:40 pm

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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.

The 63rd Grammy Awards were unlike any other, as socially-distanced music stars sat in a big, anonymous marquee outside the LA Convention Center. But when they were each allowed to briefly de-mask and hit the stage, they made it a night remember. BBC music reporter Mark Savage says the ceremony reflected a year of solitude and protest. You can read his full review here. Or take a look at these five weird and wonderful moments from the night, including Harry Styles’ feather boa and Dua Lipa’s musical workout.

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