Charlie Anderson, owner of two restaurants in Cambridge, Ta Bouche and La Raza, said: “Whenever we are allowed to re-open, social distancing is going to be key, so what these guys have created is essential and ticks the boxes for us to be able to open again.” … [Read more...] about When will restaurants open again in the UK?
One member, Laura Smeaton, told The Telegraph: 'Disappointed that the page to book to visit said 'page not found' every time I checked this morning despite other NT sites being able to book. Just tried again now and all sold out. As a key worker and national trust member, can you not keep a number of tickets aside?' … [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
Richard told Sky News on Saturday morning: “Nazanin telephoned the prosecutor’s office and no news, got told to call back again next week. Clearly there’s no decision so we’ll be back in touch again next week with the prosecutor’s office to see if there’s any news.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus UK LIVE: Fears over second wave of Covid-19 deaths as lockdown measures set to ease and deaths hit 38,376
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The World Health Organization questioned whether antibody tests will offer any guarantee of immunity against coronavirus Testing will be rolled out to people working in public services such as police, fire and prison staff, the health secretary has said Scientists at the University of Oxford said they should have at least a million doses of a coronavirus vaccine by September Councils in England warned that the coronavirus crisis is pushing them to the brink of financial failure Chancellor Rishi Sunak extended the government's furlough scheme by another month until the end of June Four charter flights will depart between Tuesday and Sunday from Bangladesh to take up to 850 British nationals home, with priority being given to vulnerable passengers most at risk of coronavirus Providing hotel rooms for those sleeping on England's streets should lead to a long-term reduction in rough sleeping, says a charity supporting the homeless A star-studded concert to support frontline workers … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Concern over protective kit guidance change