It also, crucially, does not apply to people in the same household as someone who has symptoms; recent contacts of a confirmed case; or people who've arrived in the UK from certain countries like Spain. … [Read more...] about UK coronavirus cases jump by a third in just two days as 83 more lives lost to virus
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The bands come in a set of five, all representing a different level of resistance. They can be used for all parts of the body, whether you want to work the outer thighs, glutes, back, chest or abs. Unlike dumbbells, these take up barely any space and are super-transportable so you can take them to the park or to the gym. … [Read more...] about Tone up at home: Five top-rated resistance bands to transform your living room workouts
Phelps is far from the first athlete to compete against an animal. The Olympic sprinter Jesse Owens ran against horses on a number of occasions while South Africa rugby player Bryan Habana raced a cheetah – and lost – despite a 35m headstart. Golfer Boo Weekley also claims to have been knocked out by an orangutan during a boxing fight, although the story has never been verified. … [Read more...] about Viewers angry after Michael Phelps loses race to computer-generated shark
Although Klopp has stuck faithfully to a 4-3-3 for much of the season to ensure he can fit Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane into his side, Fabinho and Keita now give him greater flexibility. … [Read more...] about New Liverpool signings Fabinho and Naby Keita will light up Anfield next season… but how will they play together?
The explosion has left much of East Beirut uninhabitable and 300,000 people are said by the governor to have fled the city. International rescue crews have begun flying in to help with the search for survivors. Martin Chulov writes: “Ground zero of the explosion that destroyed much of the Lebanese capital was an enormous arc of warehouses, restaurants, homes and shops that, until Tuesday evening, were the still-functioning heart of an already dying city … Grappling with the cause of such a catastrophic event looms as yet another test for a government that has failed to convince many Lebanese that it is up to implementing a stated goal of introducing accountability. ‘If any country wants to help us, please help institutions you can trust,’ said Fady Haddad, a doctor. ‘Not through the government.’” Here is how anyone wishing to donate can help. … [Read more...] about Thursday briefing: Leaders knew stockpile could ‘blow up all of Beirut’