The move comes on the same day that the President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, revealed he is taking the drug and claimed 'most' world leaders are also using it as a preventative measure. … [Read more...] about France bans hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for Covid-19 patients
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Roughly 75% of member firms are expecting their European revenues for this year to fall. In January-March, the sector "did not feel the full force of the coronavirus pandemic," as demand for certain pharmaceuticals, "various hygiene products" and packaging remained high. But as the true force of the pandemic didn't hit Europe until March it is in the sector's second quarter that the true impact is likely to be felt. Indeed, now "falling orders, disrupted supply chains and lacking transport capacity are all posing problems for companies," the VCI said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus latest: Angela Merkel says Germany has ‘gained better control’ over virus
But adherence to that looked to have been largely absent in a video posted by Hertha Berlin’s Salomon Kalou on Facebook Live hours earlier that depicts the Ivorian shaking hands, high-fiving and fist bumping his teammates. and his teammate Vedad Ibisevic bumping fists while discussing their recent wage cuts in a club changing room. There was also footage which seemed to show Jordan Torunarigha taking a COVID-19 test. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus and sports: Japan’s top football league set to return
⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates May May 26 - The UK death toll hit 37,048 as confirmed cases stood at 265,227 May 25 - Another 121 Brits died as the death toll rose to 36,914 May 24 - 118 more people perished to take the UK death toll to 36,793 May 23 - UK death toll hit 36,675 as another 282 people died from Covid-19 May 22 - UK death toll hit 36,393 as another 351 people died from the virus May 21 - The UK deaths from coronavirus rose to 36,042 as another 338 people passed away from the killer bug. May 20 - The death toll increased to 35,704 as 363 sadly passed away in the UK. May 19 - Deaths rose by 545 to pass the 35,000 mark in the UK - the highest daily increase for a week May 18 - The death toll hit 34,796 in the UK after 160 more people died of the virus May 17 - The coronavirus death toll has risen to at least 34,636 in the UK after 170 more people died. May 16 - Coronavirus deaths in the UK have increased to 34,466. May 15 - … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: how many deaths and cases have there been in the UK?
At the urging of a social worker from UCH, Cliff and Joan sent their son to a school for the deaf at Belmont Hospital in Surrey, hoping he would benefit from speech therapy. He boarded there and the couple visited at weekends: "It was very hard: he was only six, and it was so difficult to leave him." Michael learned to speak a few words, but his teacher saw how bitterly he missed his home and petitioned Essex's local authorities to set up a school for autistic children. They did: a unit for four pupils opened in Romford in 1964. But if it was difficult to find psychiatrists who understood autism, it was almost impossible to find teaching staff. "One woman there bullied Michael dreadfully," says Joan. "She was pulling his hair whenever he screamed. He was so unhappy and when he was nine I practically had a breakdown, just from the way he used to yell when he came home." … [Read more...] about Autism’s early child