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One Direction: Zayn Malik missed football photo opportunity due to ‘feeling unwell’

After the X Factor competition was brought to an end in 2009 One Direction paved their own way in the music industry. The boys enjoyed six years of incredible fame and popularity while selling more than 50 million albums. In 2013 the band was offered a chance to play on the Newcastle United football grounds.

1D was offered the opportunity by the team’s manager, Alan Pardew, who was introduced to the band by Tony Pierzchalski, a friend of the group.

Tony said at the time: “I’m good friends with Pards, I sorted it all out … I spoke to Pards and said: ‘Can I bring the boys into the training ground for a kick around?’ He was like: ‘Yeah, absolutely no problem. We’ll set up a match.'”

The band was ecstatic to be playing on professional grounds in the official Newcastle kit.

However, Zayn Malik was notably absent.

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According to a report at the time, Zayn did not attend the event, opting instead to stay at a nearby hotel.

He was reportedly feeling “a little under the weather”.

The rest of the band, however, were very excited to be out and about playing football with the likes of Hatem Ben Arfa, Danny Simpson and Steve Harper.

Harry Styles joked around: “I’m an all-rounder. The next five years of your life at Newcastle Football club is big, so it’s an exciting day, a big day.”

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Louis continued: “I came here to try and grab that deal and when [Pardew] called me out, it was a big moment. I’m very excited about this club.”

Niall added: “I got approached by the manager about six months ago, he’s wanted to take me into the club for a while, he said he’s been scouting me for a long time – since I played in the Champions League Final last season.

“It’s been a great summer, and I see myself as a solid centre midfielder.”

Less than two years later, Zayn announced he was leaving the band.

In 2015 Zayn’s exit sparked the beginning of the end for One Direction.

The team later split at the end of 2015, sparking the beginning of each of the members’ solo careers.


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James Jordan in moving update on unwell dad days after tearful TV appearance

One said: “I know the feeling, my Nannan’s been in since the new year, can’t even ring her because she had a heart attack & a stroke so she’s not very responsive.” (sic).

Another replied: “My mum is in hospital right now so I know how you feel. She’s very poorly too. Fingers crossed your dad and my mum can come home to us soon. Big love James x.”

A third commented: “I hope that your Dad recovers fully soon. It’s been a bad time for so many families and my heart goes out to you and your family.”

While a fourth wrote: “Sending positive thoughts and love. It’s hard being isolated away. I’m sure he’s getting excellent care tho, x.” (sic).

Covid vaccine: What to do if you have a jab appointment but already feel unwell

The notorious virus has claimed the lives of 140,062 people in the past 28 days. As the threat persists in society, the coronavirus vaccination programme goes full-speed ahead, but what happens if you’ve already caught the deadly disease? You may have your Covid jab booked, and suddenly you’re displaying symptoms of coronavirus, such as:

  • A new, continuous cough
  • A high temperature
  • A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

Public Health England (PHE) advised: “If you are unwell, it is better to wait until you have recovered to have your vaccine.

“You should not attend a vaccine appointment if you are self-isolating, waiting for a COVID-19 test or unsure if you are fit and well.”

I’ve already had Covid, should I still get the jab?

The Centres for Disease Protection and Disease (CDC) said: “You should be vaccinated regardless of whether you already had COVID-19.”

This is because experts are unsure as to how long the body’s immunity lasts after being infected with Covid.

Even after a full recovery from Covid, there’s still a possibility of re-infection.

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“The risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 far outweighs any benefits of natural immunity,” said the CDC.

It’s for this reason the CDC encourage people to take a Covid vaccine, which doesn’t contain the live virus, meaning you don’t get the disease.

That being said, the coronavirus vaccine can produce side effects in some people.

The NHS said: “Most side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine are mild and should not last longer than a week.”

There are five side effects, noted by the national health body, that you may develop after the vaccine. These are:

  • A sore arm where the needle went in
  • Feeling tired
  • A headache
  • Feeling achy
  • Feeling or being sick

Both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines have been approved by the independent Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

Those who have ever had a serious allergic reaction should tell healthcare staff before having a vaccination.

How can I book my Covid test?

Some people can book their Covid jabs online if any of the following applies:

  • You are aged 56 or over
  • You are at high risk from coronavirus (clinically extremely vulnerable)
  • You are an eligible frontline health or social care worker
  • You have a condition that puts you at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)
  • You have a learning disability
  • You are a main carer for someone at high risk from coronavirus
The NHS confirmed “you do not need to wait to be contacted by the NHS” if you fit into the criteria above.

Everyone else will be contacted by the NHS when it’s their turn for a Covid jab.

Pregnant women

“There’s no evidence the COVID-19 vaccine is unsafe if you’re pregnant,” said the NHS.

However, the coronavirus vaccine isn’t routinely offered to pregnant women unless they’re at high risk of serious complications from Covid.

Pregnant women may also be offered a Covid jab if there’s a high risk of contracting Covid because of where they work.

Mothers that are breastfeeding can still have the Covid vaccine, assured the NHS.

For those who have already had their Covid jab, you may be waiting up to 12 weeks to have your second jab.

The second Covid jab is needed to provide the best protection against coronavirus.