GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL [email protected] Matt Hancock tells Brits participation in coronavirus test and trace is their 'civic duty' and they're 'doing it for loved ones, not for me' … [Read more...] about Whole towns could face local lockdowns to control new coronavirus ‘flare ups’, Health Secretary confirms
"In Winsen, yes they have more shuttle buses — but there are still big crowds of employees who have to stand close together and wait for the next bus to arrive… the "one-way" walkways make it harder to get around the building and make workers' already short breaks even shorter…They have also said that the changing rules have to be clear and transparent, and that pressure to work quickly at the cost of their own well-being is even higher than it was." … [Read more...] about Amazon denies outbreaks at German warehouses
Bundesliga transfers: Where will Havertz, Werner, Sane, Sancho and others end up Andre Schürrle - Borussia Dortmund Another World Cup winner is also on his way out at Dortmund. He's been on loan at Spartak Moscow but the Russians chose not to trigger a purchase option that would have set them back €7 million. If no offer comes from the Bundesliga, Schürrle can be expected to peddle his services to the highest bidder. Turkey or China seem like plausible landing points. … [Read more...] about Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich: The view from the terrace
Turning face masks into a fashion statement in Africa Splashes of color in Liberia Liberia-based The Bombchel Factory is an ethical fashion company which helps its all-female staff to become self-sufficient by offering them training in making garments. It is turning unsold skirts into bright face masks like this one, above. For every purchased mask, another gets donated to someone unable to quarantine at home – because they don’t have anywhere to stay. … [Read more...] about Ghanaian WWII veteran raises funds for coronavirus front-line workers
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Austrian ski regions end season early All ski areas in the Austrian provinces of Salzburg and Tyrol are ending the winter season early. Cable car operation will be discontinued as of Sunday (March 15, 2020). Hotels and accommodations will be closed from Monday. The provincial governments said that this should slow down the spread of the virus in the Alpine country. The two provinces account for most leading Austrian ski areas. … [Read more...] about Which European countries are open for summer tourism?