The reaction was predictably hysteric. “It was the biggest bomb, the biggest disaster that the Seleção has ever suffered, probably. In 1950 they lost, it was a disaster, but they lost 2-1. Because of the number of goals, [our loss] was different.” It must have had a profound effect on him. “Yes, yes. I was the person most closely associated with the disaster. I am until today. I was the one who took most of the blame. When Brazil won in 2002, I wasn’t the greatest hero. We were all heroes. [In 2014] I expected that all of us [would be blamed], that the press would acknowledge that Brazil lost. But that’s not how it was.” … [Read more...] about Luiz Felipe Scolari: ‘Everything I did as a manager, I learned as a teacher’
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But pause your optimism there for a sobering thought. The other side is investing in its own coronapolitics too, with the libertarian right ready to pounce, especially on the climate crisis. The Global Warming Policy Forum of Nigel Lawson uses the virus to call for immediate cancellation of £15bn worth of climate-saving energy costs, such as the renewables obligation and the climate change levy. Just watch who’s tweeting and re-tweeting blame-the-EU and blame-the-UN messages. Brexiters relish the EU’s early failure to help member states. The Taxpayers’ Alliance, a perennial enemy of the overseas aid budget, has called for it to be diverted to corona work. Despite the crippling 40% cut in local government funds, it wants corona cuts in council tax, as it always does. Deregulators are having a field day as inspections and regulations in all sectors are abandoned: suspending physical inspections of livestock in the Red Tractor scheme pleases the farmers. Now Farmers … [Read more...] about I’ve lived through plenty of social shocks – this time we must learn the lessons
The doors of the world’s finest museums, galleries and art fairs may now be firmly closed for who knows how long. But art can still reach us in dazzling detail, via the now essential gateway of social media. Large organisations were the first to get involved, with MoMA in New York and the National Portrait Gallery and the V&A in London jumping on the #MuseumFromHome campaign. Yet, as the big institutions were dreaming up ways for us to ogle their collections while stretched out on our sofas, artists themselves were coming up with some slightly more altruistic ideas. … [Read more...] about Wear your clothes backwards and learn cartooning: artists share lockdown tips
Consultant Amged El-Hawrani became the first front-line NHS worker to die from the virus; Deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries said it was likely to be three to six months before the lockdown was lifted; Boris Johnson continued to chair meetings from isolation in Downing Street; Rail journeys were down by 85 per cent and bus trips fell by three quarters; Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab prepared to unveil a deal with commercial airlines to repatriate tens of thousands of stranded British citizens; Rules were relaxed for two years to allow women to self-administer abortion pills at home rather than visiting a clinic; Michael Gove took a swipe at China, saying its failure to be open about the virus had hindered the world's response; The number volunteering to help the NHS rose beyond the target 750,000. Medics today spoke of their concerns at not being adequately protected, as companies including the chemicals giant Ineos and beer producer Brewdog … [Read more...] about NHS mental health trust tells staff NOT to resuscitate patients because it does not have coronavirus PPE clothing as nurses across UK tell of heading to the frontline ‘with no protection at all’
Avoid contact with someone who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). These symptoms include high temperature and/or new and continuous cough Avoid non-essential use of public transport when possible Work from home, where possible. Your employer should support you to do this. Avoid large and small gatherings in public spaces, noting that pubs, restaurants, leisure centres and similar venues are currently shut as infections spread easily in closed spaces where people gather together. Avoid gatherings with friends and family. Keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media Use telephone or online services to contact your GP or other essential services The government also recommends that you keep at least two metres away from anyone who is not part of your household. … [Read more...] about How long do coronavirus symptoms take to appear? What are all the symptoms day-by-day?