An innovative device designed to stop patients accidentally spreading coronavirus to ear, nose and throat surgeons is rolling out free to NHS clinics across the UK.
While this is a special time of year when we look forward to welcoming our new and returning students, we recognise that there may be concern about how the arrival of students to the Aston University campus will affect the number of cases of COVID-19 in the wider community.
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