People living in England will be able to hang out in groups of six others from other households - but they must remain outside and stay 2m apart People will be able to play golf in groups of four, and tennis doubles from Monday Schools will open next week as planned - but for a small number of pupils only Businesses are set to return from June 15 as the PM revealed last week In a call with the First Ministers from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Mr Johnson made clear relaxing lockdown is a "UK-wide approach" even if different areas "may travel at slightly different speeds." … [Read more...] about How are lockdown rules different in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
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Infected Tube passenger showers coronavirus droplets over another person simply by talking to them as shocking simulation shows how easy it is to spread the virus A person infected with coronavirus can pass it on just by talking to someone in a closed environment such as a tube train or small office, simulations reveal. … [Read more...] about TfL begs company bosses to tell staff to continue working from home to ‘control coronavirus’ as more office workers trickle back into London on commuter trains every day
people you spend 15 minutes or more with at a distance of less than 2m people you have direct contact with - such as sexual partners, household members or people with whom you have had face-to-face conversations at a distance of less than 1m The contact must have taken place between two days before and up to seven days after symptoms appeared. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: How will contact tracing work in England?
A Tijuana resident, interviewed by the San Diego Union Tribune, works at a flower shop in Chula Vista, California, and has arrived as early as 10:30pm on some nights to cross the border once it opens at 6am because of the never-ending delays he had previously encountered at the San Ysidro Port of Entry. … [Read more...] about Mexican workers who are ‘essential’ in California are sleeping in their cars and on sidewalks so that they can cross the U.S. border fast enough to make it to work on time
Those areas yet to see their peak include Ashford, Kent; Broadland, Norfolk; Carlisle, Cumbria; Doncaster, South Yorkshire; Eden, Cumbria; Fenland, Cambridgeshire; Herefordshire; Hinckley and Bosworth, Leicestershire; Kettering, Northamptonshire; and North Somerset. … [Read more...] about Britain announces 177 more Covid-19 deaths: Preliminary toll jumps past 38,000 – but separate data shows the UK’s real number of fatalities is at least 10,000 higher