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Green councillors call for extra cash for Bradford Council

BRADFORD’S Green Party councillors have joined Green councillors from across the country by signing an open letter to Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick demanding emergency and longer-term funding to enable local authorities to continue to support communities during the crisis.

UK's Queen cancels traditional gun salute | Spain's coronavirus deaths pass 20,000

The statement added: “In the next few days, Ferrari plans to manufacture several hundred items of equipment that are already being distributed by some of the companies involved, with the coordination of the Italian Civil Protection Agency." According to Ferrari, the newly developed equipment will be....

COVID-19: Study Reveals How Long Social Distancing Measures May Remain In Place

“Social distancing,” a term unheard of prior to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, may become a part of the “new normal” through at least 2022, a group of Harvard disease researchers said. Since the outbreak began 45 days ago, health officials have urged people to stay at least six feet....

Rich Lowry: Rushing economy's reopen after coronavirus would be a big mistake

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. An irony of the coronavirus debate is that the more successful lockdowns are in squelching the disease , the more vulnerable they will be to attack as unnecessary in the first place.

Coronavirus breakthrough - 'leaked' clinical trial results reveal 'most' patients recover

is an infectious disease that has been confirmed in more than two million people across the world. US scientists are making promising progress toward a COVID-19 vaccine, after results of a clinical trial were leaked. The University of Chicago Medicine ran a clinical trial, which included 125....

Ban on hospital visitors has profound effect on patients, families

Russ Morgan has some dementia, and often forgets both that he's had a stroke and the reasons why his loved ones can't visit. "It can be very heartbreaking on the phone when … we have to explain to him why we're not there," his daughter, Donna Morgan, told 's Dr. Brian Goldman.

Coronavirus cases to be tracked by ethnicity

Image copyright Sylvia Douglas Image caption Sylvia Douglas, 82, was a pastor and died after becoming infected with coronavirus. Public Health England is to start recording coronavirus cases and deaths by ethnicity, BBC News understands. It comes after research suggests people from black, Asian and....

ABBA KYARI: Will Buhari get another dependable ally?

A Kanuri from Borno, MAK, who died aged 83, was practically the brain-box of the Buhari Presidency, whose advice the president found immensely useful. He was a well-educated, exposed and thorough-bred politician. MAK had a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Warwick; a bachelor’s....

COVID 19: NCDMB slashes interest rate on NCI Fund loans, extends tenor

By Udeme Akpan. THE Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), has introduced new palliatives to reduce the negative impact of Coronavirus pandemic on beneficiaries of loans, under the Nigerian Content Intervention (NCI) Fund. The palliatives, including a reduction of the interest....

EU mourns Kyari, says he was passionate about developing Nigeria

Abba KyariKyari. The European Union Delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS has mourned the passing of late Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari. In a condolence message by Amb. Ketil Karlsen, Head of the EU Delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS, the EU expressed sadness at the demise of the statesman.

Another 888 dead as UK’s coronavirus death toll passes 15,000

There has been some confusion around the reporting of death tolls. This is because there are various public bodies all reporting figures according to different criteria each day. The Department of Health (DoH) said the UK coronavirus death toll had reached 12,107 today (April 14) after another 778 patients in hospitals died.

Curfew in several districts and police areas to be relaxed

Posted in Local News The government has decided to relax the ongoing curfew, which was imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19, in several districts and police areas, says the President’s Media Division (PMD). Accordingly, the curfew in all districts except Colombo, Kalutara, Gampaha, Kegalle,....

Turning a crisis into an opportunity: strategic and historical perspective

King Abdullah the second underscores most of his speeches with two critical elements that may seem at odd to those who are unfamiliar with the specifics of the Jordanian context: one is his absolute confidence in the country’s ability to overcome the challenges at hand which he always attributes to....

Major Victorian hospital network short of basic protective gear

Doctors have revealed one of Melbourne's biggest public hospital networks is short of basic protective equipment for staff, and expressed concerns health workers and patients could be at risk of contracting COVID-19. Leaked minutes from a meeting between Eastern Health senior medical management and....

Victoria's constitution should not be used to prop up fracking ban

At the outset, I want to make it clear that I support, and have always supported, bans on fracking and coal seam gas activities. The concern I have with this bill is not the policy it promulgates, but rather its resort to the constitution as a means of fortifying what are, in essence, policy positions, albeit very important policy positions.

Pandemic is an opportunity to entirely rethink university education

Educational face-to-face contact has been disrupted by hastily arranged "distance" teaching. As we battle COVID-19, we should also plan a more efficient "post-war" use of scarce educational resources: the "creative destruction" and rebuilding of our tertiary education system.

Be thankful the pandemic came in an era of sophisticated communication

The core pillars of mental health and wellbeing are personal autonomy and social connectedness. The degree of assault now posed by COVID-19 on these pillars is unprecedented in the lives of most Australians. Consequently, the current levels of heightened anxiety and distress are not unexpected.

Gmail hit with 250 million COVID-19 scam messages daily: How to protect yourself

Coronavirus has brought out the worst in bad actors online hoping to capitalize on peoples’ interest — and fears — related to the outbreak. And Google is doing something about it with Gmail’s own built-in defenses. But Google can’t catch everything. In a new Google Cloud blog post , Google outlines....

Coronavirus News: Newark, New Jersey handling out free face masks to slow COVID-19 spread

NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- The City of Newark is handing out free face masks to residents Saturday in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. The mask distribution is taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Weequahic High School and other locations throughout the city. Earlier this week, Mayor Ras Baraka implemented the first "Be Still Monday.

Latvia allowing Estonians, Lithuanians to cross border for work

The Latvian government has legalized the border crossing of residents of neighboring countries for work in Latvia during the coronavirus crisis, the "Aktuaalne kaamera" news program of the ETV television of the Estonian public broadcaster ERR referred LETA/BNS.

European Parliament adopts additional measures for flexible use of EU funds

In Friday's extraordinary plenary session, the European Parliament endorsed the "Corona Response Investment Initiative Plus" (CRII+) package proposed by the European Commission on April 2 by means of an urgency procedure, spokespeople for the European Parliament said.

The War on Immigrants We Need to Reverse the Damage Trump Has Done in Latin America. Biden’s Plans Don’t Cut It. John Washington

Yet Biden, in promising a return to what he recalls as the golden days of the Obama administration in which he served, and in touting that administration’s approach to migration and the region’s multifaceted crises, all while reaching further back to claim credit for the multibillion-dollar....

Extension of Safer at Home Order causing a political standoff

MADISON (WXOW) - Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers's announcement, extending the Safer at Home Order to May 26, has prompted much support and criticism across the state. Top Republican lawmakers now plan to pursue legislative and legal action against the extension which they believe goes too far.

Nations debate easing lockdown as economic hardship grows

Governments around the world are wrestling with when and how to lift economically painful virus-control measures as unemployment rises. Mandatory lockdowns to stop the spread of the new virus, which has so far infected more than 2.2 million people and for which there is no vaccine, have brought widespread hardship.

Government underestimating the public with exit plan secrecy, warn senior Tories

Ministers are underestimating the public by refusing to discuss exit strategies for ending the coronavirus lockdown, senior Tory MPs have warned. The Government has set out what needs to happen before it will consider lifting the measures, but there has been no detail on how the easing of restrictions will take place.

Diesel Fuel Market to Witness Steady Expansion During 2025

Global Diesel Fuel Market: Snapshot Diesel fuel is witnessing significant demand from various sectors, particularly automotive and transportation. The global market is set to witness interesting growth dynamics shaped by a wide spectrum of factors. The pricing of the fuel, technological advancements....

Didn't Get Your Stimulus Check Yet? The IRS Has An App for That

Or more precisely, the Internal Revenue Service has put together a webpage for (a) determining if you're eligible to receive a stimulus, (b) providing the agency with direct deposit information to help get the money to you faster, and perhaps even (c) tracking down that highly anticipated government cash.

Covid-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: Are we the next Italy?

Bangladesh is crossing its 6th week of the coronavirus pandemic and things have dramatically changed since the first month. Observing the world trend it was quite expected that the infection rate would go up exponentially at some point of time and coping up with it would be a great challenge for a country like Bangladesh.

Coronavirus: Queen asks for no gun salutes to mark birthday as it would be 'inappropriate'

18 April 2020, 10:58 The Queen has asked that there be no gun salutes to mark her birthday as it would be "inappropriate in the current circumstances". Buckingham Palace said the Queen did not want any special measures in place to allow gun salutes when she turns 94 on Tuesday.

Chelsea players in talks over 10 per cent pay cut during coronavirus shutdown

Chelsea's players are in talks about taking a 10 per cent pay cut as part of their response to the coronavirus crisis. Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia is holding discussions with captain Cesar Azpilicueta over the issue. Chelsea transfer rumours; Sarri: I had conflicting relationships at Chelsea; PL unlikely to restart before June 8.

Chinese economy to embrace resounding rebound in Q2

A customer purchases beverage in Jiangbei District of Chongqing, southwest China, March 23, 2020. Under strict measures taken to fight against the COVID-19, Chongqing has reopened bars, restaurants and snack vendors to citizens to boost its "night-time economy" in an orderly manner.
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