“Previously canceled appointments will take priority, but there will still be some appointments available – you just have to go back on the website and keep looking for them to make them next week,” said Capt. Serenity Holden.
Investors have for weeks flagged a potential rise in coronavirus infections as a possible stumbling block to the rally in U.S. stocks. That threat increasingly appears to be materializing, with California, Texas and other U.S. states notching big jumps in coronavirus infections this week, even as other areas like New York appear to have curbed […]
The youngest is a man in his 30s, followed by two men and two women in their 40s, one woman and four men in their 50s, four men and four women in their 60s and three men and three women in their 70s.
California Gov. Gavin NewsomGavin NewsomNew shutdowns add to Trump woes The Hill’s Coronavirus Report: California backtracks on reopening as cases soar nationwide; SoapBox CEO David Simnick says nimble firms can work around supply chain chokepoints to access supplies for sanitizers and hygienic materials Florida records highest one-day coronavirus death toll MORE (D) on Tuesday ordered […]
“In the latest commission budget proposal the funding for health goes from €400m to €9bn,” he said. “The whole logic is give the commission the means to support member states more. Because when Italy asked for help, nobody could give help. We also couldn’t help Italy.” The commission wants to buy equipment for the stockpile […]
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The government has offered to furlough workers through its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, paying up to 80 per cent of wages up to £2,500 a month While self-employed workers can get up to 80 per cent of profits paid by the government for the next three months – again up to £2,500 a month Under […]
“We see waves at the beach but the wave I do not want to see is a second virus wave caused by too many people coming to our fabulous coastline,” Sheryll Murray, the Conservative MP for South East Cornwall, told the publication.
SAGE advisor Prof Edmunds told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: “I would still prefer to see the cases come down lower than they are at the moment.”
The PM faces scrutiny over easing lockdown despite hundreds of new deaths a day; as well as the failure to roll out a test and trace mobile app yet, and the death toll in care homes.