When does my tip reopen? Isle of Anglesey has no firm reopening date for its two recycling centres at Gwalchmai and Penhesgyn. Blaenau Gwent has no firm reopening date for its recycling centre. Bridgend's recycling centres reopened "for essential use only" on 26 May. Caerphilly's recycling centres at Llanbradach, Penmaen, Crosskeys, Rhymmey, Penallta and Aberbargoed reopened, under normal summer opening times, on 26 May. Cardiff's recycling centres are starting to reopen. The Bessemer Close tip in Leckwith is the first on 26 May followed by Lamby Way near Rumney on Sunday 31 May. Residents must book a slot online. Carmarthenshire's tips reopened on 26 May but residents must book an appointment. Centres at Trostre and Nantycaws will be open seven days a week and Whitland and Wernddu in Ammanford will be open Wednesdays to Sundays. Ceredigion has no firm reopening date for its recycling centres at Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Lampeter and Llanarth. Conwy council has no firm reopening … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What do the new lockdown rules say?
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'Frequent' cleaning of work areas and surfaces touched regularly such as self checkouts, trolleys, coffee machines, betting machines or handheld devices, using regular cleaning products. Using signs and posters to build awareness of general ways to reduce the risk of catching the coronavirus: good handwashing technique, washing hands often, avoiding touching the face, coughing or sneezing into a tissue which is binned safely.Providing hand sanitiser in multiple locations in addition to washrooms. Making sure rubbish (from cleaning) is collected oftenFitting rooms should be closed wherever possible.Considering placing protective coverings on large items that may require customer testing or use, for example, furniture, beds or seats. … [Read more...] about Shoppers could be made to wear face masks and wash their hands regularly in order to stop the spread of Covid-19 and items touched by customers may need to be quarantined, scientists say
How many people will need to self isolate when contact tracing is in place? A recent study from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) estimate that for every 5,000 new cases in the UK every day, 190,000 people would be told to self isolate by contact tracers. It goes up to 770,000 for every 20,000 new cases. With just app-based tracing, the number of people that would need to self isolate reduces because an app doesn't identify as many people … [Read more...] about Scaling up mass testing in Britain will cut how many people will need to self-isolate through the track and trace system when it is eventually rolled out, study claims
How dangerous is common hogweed? There have been reports of children in particular suffering from burns and blisters after handling common hogweed - which can still cause a bad reaction, but not usually as serious as its giant version. … [Read more...] about Father, 32, suffers horrendous injuries from blisters that left him wanting to cut his LEG off after he accidentally touched hogweed in his garden
In Los Angeles, Lynch and the EFF have partnered with the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California on a lawsuit seeking information from the LAPD and the LA County Sheriff about how exactly they collect number plate data. “The law enforcement agencies have not even been willing to talk to us about that,” Lynch says. “And I think that’s really problematic. If we can’t get information on how they’re using this data and what kind of surveillance they’re doing, I don’t see why we should accept the fact that they’re doing it." … [Read more...] about Predicting crime, LAPD-style