Dr. Deborah Birx, a member of Trump's coronavirus task force, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working on a recommendation about masks to add to U.S. guidelines on how Americans can best protect themselves. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Trump tests negative for second time after ‘taking test out of curiosity’
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Almost unrecognisable in their patriotic get-up, the boys cut quite the entertaining figures as they meet some professional wrestlers and join them in the ring for Mexico's second most popular spectator sport. Gordon in particular is very fetching in his Union Jack pants! … [Read more...] about Ay caramba! Gordon, Gino and Fred are off on another culinary adventure – and this time they’re heading across the Atlantic: first stop, Mexico!
Asked about trolley searches on talkRADIO today, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: 'That is not appropriate, let me be clear on that. That is not the guidance.' She added that MPs are not considering tougher lockdown restrictions, and insisted officers should always use a 'common sense' approach and continue to police by consent. … [Read more...] about Cornish locals block roads to visitors and motorhome is stopped on way to Lake District as second home owners continue to flock to rural areas during coronavirus lockdown amid fears of tourist influx over 75F Easter weekend
She said: 'We added the cornicing, which wasn't cheap but it was a must-have, as it adds so much character to the house. We also invested in good quality light switches and door handles as these are touched and used so much, and gives the illusion of luxury throughout. … [Read more...] about Mother reveals how she completely transformed her rundown 1950s home into a tranquil ultra-modern space for £50,000 – and kept costs down with second-hand decor from charity shops and eBay
To help the citizens during the lockdown, policemen have gone beyond the call of duty. Some have distributed food and milk packets, including senior citizens. Food rations were distributed in police trucks in Punjab. The police went from door-to-door offering help to the elderly in West Bengal. They distributed food packets in women’s shelters and to labourers. Some have even tried innovative means to spread the message regarding precautions and safety measures to contain the coronavirus, wearing spiked red helmets shaped like the virus. Some policemen in the states sang patriotic songs, making an appeal to citizens to stand by the nation in its fight against coronavirus. These endeavours of the police force in this hour of crisis should not go unrecognised. … [Read more...] about Policing in the times of Covid-19