'Even if that risk doesn't play out and we keep the incidents flat, we're keeping it flat at quite a high level.The Government has launched its track and trace system designed to limit the spread of infection by ordering contacts of those who become infected with coronavirus to isolate … [Read more...] about Sun-seekers ignore warnings they’ll be fined for breaking lockdown rules as they head to beaches with temperatures set to hit 82F – despite THREE Sage scientists saying we are lifting restrictions too soon
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China's economy shrinks for first time in decades BBC News - Global Questions, Coronavirus Crisis - China Why does China’s economy matter to you- - BBC News Coal consumption by six major power generators surged back to historical norms after May's "Golden week" holidays, according to investment bank JP Morgan. It currently stands 1.5% above the historical average, suggesting that power demand has returned to normal. … [Read more...] about How bad are China’s economic woes?
'Had it been possible for Child C to have met specialist child exploitation workers while still in custody, and then brought back to London by these workers, and ideally if they could have continued to work with him for a time after his return, I believe such workers would have been able to exploit the 'reachable moment' of this crisis in the police station, during the car journey, and then subsequently, and start exploring with Child C the risks to him of his vulnerability to exploitation. … [Read more...] about Police ‘missed chance to save Jaden Moodie’: Teenager, 14, who was killed in drug turf war ‘was found in crack den three months earlier but no action was taken to safeguard him’
“We are entering a period where there is a risk of increasing transmission, but we don’t yet have that safety net fully in place. Returning to a situation where we lost control again is far worse than another week or two of social measures,” he said. … [Read more...] about England ‘risks Covid-19 surge’ without test-and-trace safety net
But adherence to that looked to have been largely absent in a video posted by Hertha Berlin’s Salomon Kalou on Facebook Live hours earlier that depicts the Ivorian shaking hands, high-fiving and fist bumping his teammates. and his teammate Vedad Ibisevic bumping fists while discussing their recent wage cuts in a club changing room. There was also footage which seemed to show Jordan Torunarigha taking a COVID-19 test. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus and sports: F1 to return in July