“It’s meant a great deal of time has been spent with their immediate family, and while this is a good thing, the toy list also includes products that allow children to get back to simply being a kid - whether that’s a dancing unicorn or a flamingo that chirps about going to the toilet.” … [Read more...] about Argos unveil top 12 Christmas toys for 2020 that are set to fly off the shelves
Buenos aires shopping guide
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Will travel within Europe soon be possible again? Holidaymakers might also be able to travel to the Balearic or Greek Islands in summer. "If there are very few new infections there and the medical care works, one could also think about a summer holiday in those places", the government's commissioner for tourism, Thomas Bareiss, told the Tagesspiegel newpaper. Long-distance travel, however, is likely to be cancelled this summer. … [Read more...] about German firms expect restrictions to public life for a further 8.5 months
The pandemic was a challenge for the church in Nigeria to reassess its obligations to society, Martins says. Over 400 of the Catholic church’s health centres have been offered to the government to support its outbreak response. “We’ve had to reflect on what pastoral care looks like during a pandemic,” he adds. Visitation to vulnerable or sick people had become complicated by the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Joy and relief as Lagos churches reopen after lockdown
Who will enforce face coverings in shops? Face coverings to be mandatory at Queen's campus "From the start of this crisis we have always said that our main ask of shoppers has been to think of others and be kind," said Aodhán Connolly, director of the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Face coverings now compulsory for NI shoppers
Why does distance matter? Coronavirus spreads when virus particles get into the body through the eyes, nose or mouth. One route is via contaminated surfaces, such as door handles that are touched by people with virus on their hands. But the more common route of infection appears to be tiny virus-bearing droplets that are released into the air by coughs and sneezes, and to a lesser extent when people talk or shout. These droplets fall to the ground with the heaviest falling nearest to the infected person and the lightest falling further away. The aim of physical distancing is to be far enough away from an infected person to avoid the airborne droplets. … [Read more...] about What is the science behind the UK’s coronavirus distancing rules?