Professor Hunter added: 'There is something to be said about areas of the countryside not having as intense a lockdown. From that perspective there are technically a number of areas where the spread is not very high, and have not been impacted as severely as the main urban centres. But the problem with that is you see people in rural areas on Facebook having a good time, and you will probably feel quite annoyed.' … [Read more...] about ‘100 per cent accurate’ antibody tests to tell millions of Britons if they have ALREADY had coronavirus ‘will be available in TWO WEEKS’ – as Boris Johnson plans primetime broadcast to unveil the nation’s route back to school and work
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Yvonne Vizzier Thaxton, director of the Center for Food Animal Wellbeing at the University of Arkansas, reviewed some of the USDA records and found “serious” and “egregious” violations. She said instances involving large numbers of birds and mechanical failures are “inexcusable”. She believes employee training could alleviate some of the issues, but keeping a highly competent workforce is a challenge in the poultry industry. “We have a turnover issue. You have to constantly be training.” … [Read more...] about Chickens freezing to death and boiled alive: failings in US slaughterhouses exposed
The chair of the Bar Council, Andrew Walker QC, has also warned about the impact of the cuts, saying: “No one else has been asked to swallow anything like this. Yet it was taken for granted that the bar could keep going in the face of it all, leading to the criminal bar being pushed to the very limit.” … [Read more...] about Underfunded justice system ‘crumbling’, top criminal barrister says
Potentially. Dr Anthony Fauci, leading member of the US coronavirus task force, said: “What it has proven is that a drug can block this virus.” But a second trial in China showed no benefit. … [Read more...] about What is the new coronavirus vaccine and who will get it?
Meanwhile, shops will be banned from offering Buy One Get One Free deals on junk food and placing treats near store entrances and tills. … [Read more...] about Young people ‘at more risk of coronavirus second wave as it could be very different to first’