EASY STEPS: How to keep safe A SIMPLE GUIDE: What are the symptoms? GETTING READY: What is the UK's 'delay' phase? TRAVEL PLANS: What are your rights? IN-DEPTH: Coronavirus pandemic Italian journalist Nunzia Vallini put the hospital in touch with Isinnova chief executive Cristian Fracassi after discovering the original supplier was unable to supply new valves quickly. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: 3D printers save hospital with valves
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The prime ministers of both Israel and Hungary have effectively been given the power to rule by decree, without interference from courts or legislature. The UK’s recently rolled-out coronavirus bill gives police and immigration officers the authority – in place for the next two years – to arrest and detain people suspected of carrying the virus, so that they can be tested. The US Department of Justice has, since the outbreak began, filed a request with Congress for a new rule that would allow judges to suspend courtroom proceedings in emergencies, creating the possibility of people being jailed without ever being able to formally object. “Those of us who follow the police know how this goes,” said Kevin Blowe of Netpol, a UK group focused on protest rights. “These powers get put in place, and it sounds reasonable enough at the time – and then very quickly they’re applied for other purposes that have nothing to do with democracy and … [Read more...] about ‘We can’t go back to normal’: how will the world emerge from the coronavirus crisis?