“Now is the time to really pull out all the stops, put everything you got into it to fight it. We have to give it the whole-of-government approach. Give it all you got, throw everything at it quick and early and hard. That will buy you sufficient time and if you’re extremely lucky, you might even be able to contain it.” … [Read more...] about Public health expert warns coronavirus ‘could infect 60 per cent of world population’
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Klopp took aim at a journalist the day before Liverpool’s blockbuster encounter when he was once again asked about the impact of coronavirus and if there was any concern Liverpool’s players would be infected by playing. … [Read more...] about Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp unloads on fans in attendance at Champions League game
“Nine today has taken action in line with our crisis response plan around a visit to our studio by Ms Rita Wilson on Monday this week, for an appearance on Today Extra with David Campbell and Belinda Russell,” the network said in a statement on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Who gave Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson the coronavirus?
JERUSALEM: Israel plans to use anti-terrorism tracking technology and a partial shutdown of its economy to minimise the risk of coronavirus transmission, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday. Cyber tech monitoring would be deployed to locate people who have been in contact with those carrying the coronavirus, subject to cabinet approval, Netanyahu told a news conference in Jerusalem. "We will very soon begin using technology ... digital means that we have been using in order to fight terrorism," Netanyahu said. He said he had requested Justice Ministry approval because such measures could infringe patients' privacy. In an escalation of precautionary measures, Netanyahu's government announced that malls, hotels, restaurants and theatres will shut down from Sunday, and said employees should not go to their workplaces unless it was necessary. However vital services, pharmacies, supermarkets and banks would continue to operate. Health officials urged people to … [Read more...] about ‘Invisible enemy’: Israel to use anti-terror tech to track coronavirus suspects
It comes as a second coronavirus victim is feared to have died at a hospital in Milton Keynes - just a day after a 75-year-old woman died in Reading after testing positive for the bug. … [Read more...] about Parents’ coronavirus fears at hospital where first Brit died after contracting killer bug