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7 key interior trends to update your home in 2020

It doesn’t take much to lift your home interiors from the over-familiar to the warm and elegant, and Next’s Autumn/Winter range of home furnishings caters to comfort as much as to style

With autumn showing its colours, kids back at school and evenings drawing in, our focus naturally turns to the great indoors –  and after the year we’ve had, with lockdowns and working from home, it’s no wonder we’re casting a designer’s eye over our interiors, with a range of elegant cosy new furnishings and fixtures for the new season as we prepare to spend more time where our comfort zone is.

Next is welcoming the new season by launching Modern Country, giving tradition a contemporary twist, while Cocoon emphasises cosiness with statement teal blues and golds and warm neutral tones. With just a few well-placed selections from Modern Country and Cocoon – from colour schemes to accessories to chairs, sofas, beds and lights – you can embark on an effortless AW style-up in the place that matters most.

1: Country living

With a focus on heritage tones and traditional styles, the new season’s classic country look suits a townhouse as much as a farmhouse. Which is why Next’s Modern Country range hits so many buttons. You can imagine Heathcliffe himself taking to the The Sherlock II Armchair (£250) after a long day on the moors, while the Charlbury Large Sofa (£1,299) exudes the kind of traditional, all-enveloping deep-seated ultra-comfort that’s hard to extract yourself from. But have fun trying.

Modern Country: neutral tones meet luxurious textures

2: Retro fusion

In the kitchen, rustic meets clean minimalist elegance with the Adley Dining Table (£650) and Bench (£299) – think high-end rural gastro-pub – while the Dillon range of ceiling lights, the Globe, Droplet and Oval Pendant (£50), mix

Trump Health Update On Monday : NPR

White House physician Sean Conley (center) arrives to answer questions surrounded by other doctors for an update on President Trump’s health on Monday.

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White House physician Sean Conley (center) arrives to answer questions surrounded by other doctors for an update on President Trump’s health on Monday.

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President Trump’s medical team once again held a briefing outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday for an update on the president’s COVID-19 treatment.

The doctors said that the president is doing well and meets all standard hospital discharge criteria. Dr. Sean Conley, the White House physician, confirmed a tweet by the president earlier in the day that he was “feeling really good” and would be leaving Walter Reed. The president headed back to the White House just after 6:30 p.m. ET.

Trump will continue to receive his five-day course of remdesivir, taking the fifth and final dose at the White House Tuesday evening, doctors said.

Conley declined to answer repeated questions about when the president had his last negative test. He also refused to giving information about Trump’s lung scans or whether there were signs of pneumonia, citing patient privacy regulations.

Read the transcript of the news conference below.

SEAN CONLEY, WHITE HOUSE PHYSICIAN: Good afternoon, everyone, thank you for being here. Over the past 24 hours, the president has continued to improve. He’s met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria. He’ll receive another dose of Remdesivir here today and then we plan to get him home. It’s been more than 72 hours since his last fever.

Oxygen levels, including ambulatory saturations and his work of breathing are all normal. Though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet,

President Says He’ll Leave Hospital Monday Evening: Trump Update

(Bloomberg) — President Donald Trump said he’ll be leaving the hospital at 6:30 p.m., saying he’s feeling “really good.” The House Homeland Security Committee wants a briefing on safeguarding Secret Service personnel from the coronavirus. Three White House press office staff tested positive for the coronavirus.



a bus that is sitting on the side of a car: President Donald Trump wears a protective mask while outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda on Oct. 4.


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President Donald Trump wears a protective mask while outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda on Oct. 4.

Trump has been at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center since Friday, after announcing that he had been infected with Covid-19.

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Trump Says He’s Leaving Hospital at 6:30 p.m. Monday

Trump said in a tweet that he’s leaving Walter Reed at 6:30 p.m. and is “feeling really good.”

He also urged people not to be “afraid” of Covid-19, which has killed more than 200,000 Americans. Trump said, “Don’t let it dominate your life.”

House Wants Briefing on Safeguarding Secret Service Personnel (1:21 p.m.)

House Homeland Security Committee Chair Bennie Thompson called for a briefing from the Secret Service on the measures it’s taking to keep staff, including those on the president’s protective detail, safe from coronavirus threats.

Thompson made the request after video footage Sunday showed Trump waving at supporters from behind the closed windows of a black SUV, sparking questions over the potential exposure of Secret Service agents sharing his vehicle.

“The height of reckless disregard for others was the president’s ‘joyride’ yesterday where Secret Service agents were required to drive him around in a hermetically sealed vehicle,” Thompson said in a statement. “Exposing Secret Service personnel to the virus does not

Trump’s doctor says in an update that he’s ‘not yet out of the woods’

  • President Donald Trump’s main doctor said in an update on Saturday he’s “cautiously optimistic,” but that the president is “not yet out of the woods.”
  • Earlier that evening, Trump tweeted out a lengthy video updating Americans on his condition and saying he hoped to “be back soon” but that the coming days would present “the real test.”
  • Late Saturday night, the White House also released two photos showing Trump as he “works from Walter Reed.”
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President Donald Trump’s main doctor says in a health update that the medical team treating the president is “cautiously optimistic,” but also notes that the president is “not yet out of the woods.”

The latest assessment came Saturday night from Navy Commander Dr. Sean Conley. He reported that Trump had been up and around at his medical suite during the day and had been conducting business.

Conley added that Trump had completed his second dose of the antiviral drug remdesivir “without complication.” 

He said Trump “remains fever-free and off supplemental oxygen.” Earlier that day, Conley had sought to dodge reporters’ questions about whether Trump had received supplemental oxygen — media outlets later reported that he had received it on Friday, before arriving at Walter Reed.

Medical experts say the disease caused by the virus, COVID-19, can become more dangerous as the body responds to the infection over time.

Trump is expected to remain at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for several more days. 

Earlier on Saturday evening, Trump tweeted out a lengthy video updating Americans on his condition and saying he hoped to “be back soon” but that the coming days would present “the real test.”

Trump, who looked paler than usual but appeared to speak and breathe well, said in the video he was “starting to

White House physician to give update on Trump’s condition after COVID diagnosis

White House physician Dr, Sean Conley will give an update on President Trump’s condition on Saturday, a day after Trump tested positive for COVID-19 and was moved to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Conley will give the update at 11 a.m. outside Walter Reed, where President Trump was moved on Friday “out of an abundance of caution,” according to the White House. It had previously described the president’s symptoms as “mild.”

TRUMP TWEETS FROM HOSPITAL AS DOC CONFIRMS REMDESIVIR TREATMENT 

Prior to moving to Walter Reed, on Friday afternoon, Dr. Sean P. Conley, the president’s physician, released an update on the president’s condition.

“Following PCR-confirmation of the President’s diagnosis, as a precautionary measure he received a single 8-gram dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail,” a memo released Friday afternoon by Dr. Sean P. Conley, the president’s physician stated. “He completed the infusion without incident.”

“In addition to the polyclonal antibodies, the President has been taking zinc, Vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin and a daily aspirin,” Conley said.

Later Friday, Conley said Trump was “doing very well” and was taking Remdesivir.

“He has completed his first dose and is resting comfortably,” he said.

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Trump, meanwhile, tweeted out similar sentiments.

“Going well, I think!,” the president wrote shortly after 11:30 p.m. ET. “Thank you to all. LOVE!!!”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Dom Calicchio contributed to this report.

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