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Bouquets of flowers are now ‘substitute hugs’, says booming florist

Online firm Bloom & Wild doubled sales thanks to the pandemic and its letterbox-sized packages

China to only allow foreign visitors who have had Chinese-made vaccine

Move raises questions as China’s vaccines not approved in many countries to which it is opening travel

Pandemic forcing girls in south-east Asia and Pacific out of school and into marriage – study

Female children are seen as an economic burden, and tough times are setting back progress by a generation, gender equality charity says

Study sheds light on role of fingerprints in sense of touch

Scientists looking at why human fingertips are so sensitive have found the culprit hiding in our prints

Thai Airways customers in limbo after refunds put on hold

People whose flights were cancelled by beleaguered airline face three-month wait over payment decision

‘Will you wear it 30 times? If not, don’t buy’: the experts’ guide to online shopping

It has rocketed during the pandemic. But how do you make sure you like what you order online? From measuring up to editing down, we’re here to help

Tamal Ray’s recipe for one-tin brown butter, almond and berry traybake

What’s big enough to share, flat enough to survive an earthquake, saves on the washing-up and delicious? This easy almond and berry traybake

10 of the best places in Britain to see spring flowers: readers’ tips

From North Uist to Surrey our tipsters know where to head for spring blooms of every hue

Will I have to wear a mask after getting the Covid vaccine? The science explained

The CDC is relaxing guidance on masks for vaccinated people, but that doesn’t mean we’ll be seeing the end of face coverings any time soon. Here’s why

Netflix weighs up crackdown on password sharing

Streaming service tests feature that asks viewers if they share household with subscriber

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