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UK applauds NHS staff and other Important Employees

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionClap for Carers: Watch the UK applaud its key workersPeople across the UK have taken part in a second "Clap for Carers" tribute, saluting NHS staff and other key workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.Delivery drivers, supermarket staff, care workers and bin collectors were among those honoured…

Coronavirus: Premier League players Should Have a pay cut – Matt Hancock

Hancock's comments came after Conservative colleague Julian Knight said football was in a "moral vacuum" over the issuePremier League footballers should "take a pay cut and play their part" during the coronavirus pandemic, says health secretary Matt Hancock.Some clubs have furloughed non-playing staff but not looked at players' wages."Given the sacrifices many people are making,…

Manchester reveals its love using Clap for our Carers once again

Mancunians burst into a round of applause at 8pm to show support for the NHS carers and key workers on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic. People across the region stood at their balconies, in their gardens and on their doorsteps to clap in unison as a mark of their appreciation. Clap For Our Carers…

Coronavirus: Evening Upgrade

Here are five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday evening. We'll have another update for you on Friday morning. 1. Target of 100,000 tests a dayHealth Secretary Matt Hancock has recovered after coronavirus. His first appearance since coming out of isolation saw him deliver the daily government press conference, where…

UK in disaster on testing as officers launch steerage on who to save lots of first

London (CNN)UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to ramp up the country's coronavirus testing efforts after facing a barrage of criticism for screening fewer people than other nations at a similar stage of the epidemic. The number of deaths linked to co…

UK coronavirus loss of life toll rises by 569, bringing complete to 2,921

The UK death toll for coronavirus has risen to 2,921 – up by 569 from the day before. Meanwhile, more than 33,700 people have tested positive for the virus as of Thursday, according to government figures. The new death toll, which counts the number of hospitalised patients who have died, was a daily increase of 24 per…

UK coronavirus death toll climbs to nearly 3,000 after largest daily growth nonetheless

We will use your email address to send you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor more information on how we use your data and your data protection rights.Invalid Email Britain's coronavirus death toll increased to 2,921 after 569 more patients died in just 24 hours - the highest day-on-day increase since the outbreak began. Scotland and…

More compared to 100 individuals have died in Wales after contracting coronavirus

We will use your email address to send you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor more information on how we use your data and your data protection rights.Invalid EmailMore than 100 people in Wales have now died after contracting coronavirus. Public Health Wales announced on Thursday that 19 more people had lost their lives after being…

Coronavirus dwell information: international circumstances close to million mark as US federal stockpile of medical gear dwindles

6.50am BST06:50 Poland may face a peak in coronavirus infections in April, government spokesman Piotr Muller told state radio on Thursday, adding that further curbs on people’s movements could not be ruled out. By Wednesday, 2,554 people had been infected with the virus, with 43 dead in the country of 38 million people. Coronavirus outbreak,…

Dr Fauci: safety reportedly expanded as infectious illness professional faces threats

Reports say immunologist who has become celebrity amid coronavirus has received unwelcome messages from critics and supporters Dr Anthony Fauci attends the daily briefing on the coronavirus on Wednesday. Photograph: Rex/Shutterstock Security for Dr Anthony Fauci, the 79-year-old infectious disease expert who has become a calm, reassuring foil to Donald Trump at coronavirus briefings, has…
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Premier League: 30 April Resume date to be pushed back

The last Premier League game took place on 9 MarchThe restart date for the Premier League will be pushed back on Friday.All 20 Premier League clubs will meet via video and it is accepted by all that there is no hope of professional games being played immediately after the current 30 April deadline.The Premier League…
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Dow climbs 470 Factors as oil spikes over 20 Percent, outweighing record US unemployment filings

Reuters / Todd Korol US stocks gained on Thursday after jobless claims soared to 6.6 million, marking a second straight weekly record as the coronavirus outbreak spurs layoffs. The spike in claims was roughly double the record set last week and trounced economists' estimates of 3.5 million new filings. Oil prices jumped as much as…

UK applauds NHS staff and other Important Employees

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionClap for Carers: Watch the UK applaud its key workersPeople across the UK have taken part in a second "Clap for Carers" tribute, saluting NHS staff and other key workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.Delivery drivers, supermarket staff, care workers and bin collectors were among those honoured…

Covid 19 coronavirus: No Signal yet that NZ has Deadly virus under Management – New Zealand Herald

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The Biggest Full Moon of Those Year Rises on Tuesday — Here's How and When into See It – Travel+Leisure

So far, 2020 has been a year of supermoons. First there was February’s “Super Snow Moon,” which was quickly followed by March’s “Super Worm Moon.” However, these were mere celestial warm-up acts. Now comes the third – and not even the last –supermoon of the year, the “Super Pink Moon.” Lighting up the sky on…