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United Kingdom orders 50 million ‘game-changer’ antibody tests

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United Kingdom orders 50 million 'game-changer' antibody tests

The UK government has ordered 50 million “game-changer” tests which the scientists claim to show if a person is immune to coronavirus.

A breakthrough by scientists at the University of Oxford, currently working for the Government-backed Rapid Testing Consortium believes the test is 99% effective. Which means people can get back to work-life if they are immune to the virus.

However, WHO has strictly warned just yesterday there is no evidence to prove that people are immune to the second infection of Covid-19 even after recovering. 

Meanwhile, passengers entering the UK via British airports will be forced to quarantine for two weeks, a Government source has reportedly revealed.

According to The Daily Telegraph, plans are being developed to battle the second phase of coronavirus, and it could be out as soon as next month. 

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has recovered and will return to work in Downing Street on Monday. 

Aaron writes guides and news related to the games at TheWestNews.com. Apart from his passion for writing and playing games he's exploring new places around the globe.

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Social distancing circles dot San Francisco’s Dolores Park

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SAN FRANCISCO – Bay Area residents came out during the first half of the warm Memorial Day weekend.

San Francisco’s Dolores Park has got a new look to help with social distancing during the time of COVID-19 crisis.

Mayor London Breed urged residents to avoid temptation to pack local parks. Hopefully, it is followed.

The Parks and Recreation Department have been painted white chalk circles throughout the park in the Mission District. Each circle is about six-feet wide.

Those circles will help people keep a safe distance away, for social distancing, as they enjoy the outdoors.

The park has become so popular that at one time, Mayor London Breed said she’d consider shutting it down if people don’t keep their distance. 

Some visitors say they went out specifically for the circles, because they knew they’d be social distancing.

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Elite Fast TM Pokémon Go Moves

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Elite Fast TM Pokémon Go Moves

The Elite Fast TM is a type of TM in Pokémon Go. When an Elite Fast Tm is used on a Pokémon it changes Fast Attack to an entirely different move of the player’s choice. 

Community Day moves and other legacy and event-exclusive moves can be learned in this way. 

Also when an Elite Fast TM is used on a Pokémon which can learn Hidden Power, the Hidden Power type will then appear in the move selection list. 

Here’s a list of ‘Elite Fast TM Pokémon Go Moves’

PokemonMoves
CharmeleonScratch
CharizardEmber
Wing Attack
ButterfreeBug Bite
BeedrillBug Bite
PidgeotWing Attack
PikachuPresent
NidokingFury Cutter
ClefablePound
NinetalesEmber
ParasectBug Bite
VenomothBug Bite
PrimeapeKarate Chop
ArcanineBite
AlakazamCounter
MachopLow Kick
MachampKarate Chop
WeepibellRazor leaf
RapidashEmber
FarfetchdCut
SeelWater Gun
DewgongIce Shard
MukLick
GastlySucker Punch
HaunterLick
GengarLick
KinglerMud Shot
ElectrodeTackle
ExeggutorZen Headbutt
HitmonchanRook Smash
SeakingPoison Jab
StarmieTackle
ScytherSteel Wing
JynxPound
GyaradosDragon Tail
LaprasIce Shard
PorygonTackle
Zen Headbutt
OmastarRock Throw
KabutopsFury Cutter
SnorlaxYawn
ZapdosThunder Shock
FeraligatrWater Gun
TogepiZen HEadbutt
TogeticSteel Wing
Zen Headbutt
KingdraWater Gun
SmoochumFrost Breath
SuicuneHidden Power
TyranitarSmack Down
ShedinjaStruggle Bug

According to Bulbapedia, the first Elite Fast TMs obtained was given to players in New Zealand and Australia affected by a server-side error in which Alakazam did not learn Counter when evolved during Abra Community Day.

Also, players who reported the issue got an Elite fast TM as compensation from Pokemon GO Support. 

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Pokemon Go Sinnoh Throwback Challenge Steps

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Pokemon Go Sinnoh Throwback Challenge 2020 Steps

The next big event in Pokemon Go is the Sinnoh Throwback Challenge 2020. Sinnoh Throwback Challenge 2020 is the fourth of five special Throwback Challenges which are running from early May. 

‘Sinnoh Throwback Challenge 2020’ will run between Friday, May 22nd to Friday, May 29th. It starts and ends at 1 pm your local time on these days.

Make sure you’ve completed KantoJohto, and Hoenn Throwback Challenges from the previous weeks, then complete the final regional Throwback Challenge to unlock the final, ‘Throwback Challenge Champion 2020’ event from June 3rd to June 8th.

Stage 1 of 9

  • Catch 3 Grass-, Water-, or Fire-type Pokemon (10 Poke Balls)
  • Power up a Pokemon (Trash Burmy encounter))
  • Take a snapshot of a Rock-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Pinap Berry, 2 Razz Berries, Cranidos encounter encounter

Stage 2 of 9

  • Take a snapshot of a Grass-type Pokemon (5 Razz Berries)
  • Send a Gift to a friend (Combee encounter)
  • Catch a Grass-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Razz Berry, 2 Pinap Berries, Grotle encounter

Stage 3 of 9

  • Make 3 Nice Throws (1 Magnetic Lure Module)
  • Hatch an Egg (Bronzor encounter)
  • Catch a Fighting-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Pinap Berry, 2 Razz Berries, Monferno encounter

Stage 4 of 9

  • Earn a Candy walking with your buddy (10 Great Balls)
  • Catcha Ground-type Pokemon (Skorupi encounter)
  • Catch a Water-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Razz Berry, 2 Pinap Berries, Prinplup encounter

Stage 5 of 9

  • Battle another Trainer (1 Charged TM)
  • Use 3 Berries to help catch Pokemon (1 Sinnoh Stone)
  • Catch a Ghost-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Pinap Berry, 2 Razz Berries, Drifloon encounter

Stage 6 of 9

  • Take a snapshot of a Steel-type Pokemon (10 Ultra Balls)
  • Give your buddy 3 treats (Hippopotas encounter)
  • Catch a Steel-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Razz Berry, 2 Pinap Berries, Shieldon encounter

Stage 7 of 9

  • Evolve a Pokemon (Gible encounter)
  • Earn a Candy walking with your buddy (1 Glacial Lure Module)
  • Catch an Ice-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Rewards: 1 Pinap Berry, 2 Razz Berries,  Abomasnow encounter

Stage 8 of 9

  • Power up Pokemon 3 times (1 Star Piece)
  • Make 3 Great Throws (1 Fast TM)
  • Catch an Electric-type Pokemon (500 Stardust)

Reward: 1 Razz Berry, 2 Pinap Berries, Shinx encounter

Stage 9 of 9

  • Already complete (3,000 XP)
  • Already complete (3,000 XP)
  • Already complete (3,000 XP)

Rewards: 10 Rare Candies, Cresselia encounter

Sinnoh Throwback Challenge Bonuses

These are the Sinnoh features and bonuses to look forward to. 

  • Pokémons such as Cherubi and Glameow will be appearing more frequently in the Sinnoh region.
  • Pokémons which are discovered in the Sinnoh region will also be available to battle in raids.
  • These Pokémons will be hatching from 7 km Eggs: Cranidos, Shieldon, Glameow, Chingling, Bonsly, Happiny, Gible, Munchlax, Riolu, and Mantyke.
  • Pikachu wearing a Lucario hat will also be appearing in the wild.
  • You should even find a Shiny Glameow.
  • Field Research tasks will reward you encounters with Pokémon which are originally discovered in the Sinnoh region.
  • One-hour Star Piece duration, one-hour Incense duration, and one-hour Lucky Egg duration bonuses would be active.

Make sure to check Pokemon Go Sinnoh Throwback Challenge 2020 Tasks and Rewards.

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