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Worldwide United Kingdom was too slow and 40,000 may die: top epidemiologist
Author: 0 United Kingdom was too slow and 40,000 may die: top epidemiologist

The UK is facing probably the highest death toll in Europe, a former World Health Organization director has warned. Professor Anthony Costello - an expert in epidemiology at the UCL Institute for Global Health - told the UK's Health and Social Care Committee: "We have to face the reality".

Worldwide Coronavirus: Capt Tom guest of honour at Harrogate hospital opening
Author: 0 Coronavirus: Capt Tom guest of honour at Harrogate hospital opening

Speaking on GMB, Piers said: "Wouldn't it be nice to see Captain Tom Moore , who served his country in World War Two and has now raised over £4 million for the NHS in a week, knighted for his service to to the country?" "Just like the awesome campaign Captain Moore has inspired, the Nightingales are a symbol of how people have come together as part of a nationwide effort to prepare - should they be needed now or in the months to come - for the greatest global health emergency in more than ...

Worldwide Michigan's stay-at-home order provokes protest
Author: 0 Michigan's stay-at-home order provokes protest

On Friday, Whitmer said she hoped to relax some restrictions on May 1, though she stressed data would drive decisions, as MI has the third-highest death rate due to the virus among U.S. "We'll never know the precise number of COVID-19 cases that come as a result of this gathering, but we know that there will be some", Whitmer said.

Worldwide Cattaraugus County Department of Health Confirms 29th Case of COVID-19
Author: 0 Cattaraugus County Department of Health Confirms 29th Case of COVID-19

Of those 42, 25 cases are believed to have been contracted through travel, eight from local transmission and eight from contact with someone with a positive case. So far, 54 percent of acute-care beds are occupied, 49 percent of ICU beds are occupied, and 23 percent of ventilators are in use. Another Parnall employee tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to 64, according to MDOC.

Worldwide Stay the course, Dr. Bonnie Henry tells B.C.
Author: 0 Stay the course, Dr. Bonnie Henry tells B.C.

Henry said the data showed that most people diagnosed with COVID-19 range between 30 years and 60 years old, but most people admitted to the intensive care unit are between 50 years and 79 years old. the risk of a spike or another outbreak is a real concern to me", Henry said. But having said all that, she added a note of caution about the new normal in B.C., one that will be with us for the rest of this year and probably into the next.

Worldwide Trump, Cuomo war erupts over coronavirus response
Author: 0 Trump, Cuomo war erupts over coronavirus response

Testing also prompted the latest outbreak-related flare-up between the governor and the president. President Trump and Andrew Cuomo slung insults at each other on Friday after the NY governor demanded during his daily press conference that the federal government provide the necessary funding for the state to reopen its economy and expand coronavirus testing capacity.

Worldwide United Kingdom extends coronavirus lockdown for 'at least' another three weeks
Author: 0 United Kingdom extends coronavirus lockdown for 'at least' another three weeks

He added: "The very clear advice we received is that any change to our social distancing measures now would risk a significant increase in the spread of the virus". Mr Raab said ministers and scientists must be confident there will be no second wave of infections, and more widespread testing had to be put in place alongside solid evidence infections were falling.

Author: 0 Trump calls for states to be 'liberated' from coronavirus lockdowns

Tim Walz's residence urging him to lift the state's stay-at-home order. "It enrages something inside of you", said Ms. Ackison, who was among those who protested Republican Gov. Trump would obviously like to win the three states in the 2020 election; MI, in particular, is a key battleground state that Trump flipped by a small margin in 2016.

Worldwide Ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen to serve out prison term at home
Author: 0 Ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen to serve out prison term at home

CNN and Reuters reported on Thursday evening that Cohen, who has served less than a year, will soon be released and serve the rest of his three-year prison sentence for campaign finance violations and tax evasion in his home. inmates" during the coronavirus pandemic , and asked that Cohen be moved to home confinement. There are more than 143,000 federal prisoners in the United States.

Worldwide Broncos Von Miller says he was 'shocked' with positive COVID-19 test
Author: 0 Broncos Von Miller says he was 'shocked' with positive COVID-19 test

Then, they discover on air that Miller had tested positive for coronavirus , what that means for the league and how there may be other cases in the league that the public doesn't know about. I also have asthma, and my girlfriend was telling me that I wasn't sounding normal and that I should try my nebulizer (inhaler). I waited another day and the cough still didn't go away.

Author: 0 NY to test for antibodies, governor mandates face covering

Cuomo said at his daily briefing. "If you are going to be in public and you can not maintain social distancing then have a mask, and put that mask on", Cuomo told a news briefing. "They'll be safe, they'll be strong, but we want to get our country back", Trump said of coordinating with states to roll back coronavirus regulations.

Worldwide Iranian vessels come dangerously close to American military ships: U.S
Author: 0 Iranian vessels come dangerously close to American military ships: U.S

Eventually, after around an hour, the Iranian ships acknowledged the warnings over the bride-to-bridge radio and then maneuvered away. A statement from the US Navy's 5th Fleet says that 11 Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy vessels came very close to the US Navy and Coast Guard ships in the Persian Gulf and zipped around at high speeds, coming within 10 yards of the UCG cutter Maui's bow, per Fox News .

Worldwide We salute you, Capt Tom! Hero raises £3.5m for NHS
Author: 0 We salute you, Capt Tom! Hero raises £3.5m for NHS

He has already raised over £1.5 million. Despite fighting in a world war, Moore said he's not the real hero. Starting on the weekend before Easter, the remarkable pensioner reached his initial target of raising £1,000 in only 24 hours and passed £100,000 a day later.

Worldwide Anger in Africa over coronavirus 'stigma' in China
Author: 0 Anger in Africa over coronavirus 'stigma' in China

Beijing has rejected allegations that it had enacted prejudiced anti-coronavirus policies against Africans in China, describing the accusations as a ploy by Washington to undermine its standing on the world stage. The US fast-food chain McDonald's has apologised over a sign in one of its restaurants in Guangzhou telling black people they were banned from entering.

Worldwide Downing Street: Boris Johnson focusing on health over work
Author: 0 Downing Street: Boris Johnson focusing on health over work

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will continue to deputize for Johnson. Boris Johnson expressed his gratitude to several nurses in a video he posted when he left St Thomas' Hospital in London on Easter Sunday but the two he picked out for special mention - Jenny McGee, 35, from New Zealand and Luis Pitarma, 29, from Portugal - have now had unsought worldwide acclaim thrust on them.