It said: “Evidence suggests that thousands of new infections in the UK resulted from cases arriving from Europe in the ten days between this decision and the introduction of lockdown on 23 March. The failure to have any special border measures during this period was a serious mistake that significantly increased both the pace and the scale of the epidemic in the UK, and meant that many more people caught COVID-19.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: MPs Slam Boris Govt for Open Borders that Invited 10,000 Infected People
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"It's no surprise that when politicians insist on releasing violent felons into our communities, emptying our jails, refusing to require bond for persons charged with crimes, and all the while calling for the defunding or abolition of police, that violent crime goes through the roof," Bill Johnson, executive director of the National Association of Police Organizations told Fox News. … [Read more...] about Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus
FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2016, file photo, a row of general population inmates walk in a line at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. California state prison officials say in a July 27, 2020, court filing that as many as 17,600 inmates are eligible for release due to the coronavirus, 70% more than previously estimated and a total that victims and police say includes dangerous criminals who should stay locked up. less … [Read more...] about California ups early inmate release estimate amid objections
"The BoE's overly optimistic updated economic projections leave the door wide open for more monetary stimulus later this year," Berenberg senior economist Kallum Pickering said in a research note on Thursday. "The V-shaped recovery that the BoE continues to project seems unlikely, to put it mildly," he added. … [Read more...] about Bank of England sees smaller hit to UK economy but slower recovery
Cases As of July 30, according to the DataSF.org dashboard, San Francisco’s 7-day average of new daily cases per population of 100,000 is 10.4, which translates to about 91 new daily cases. Anything above 6 per 100,000 is considered a level 4 high alert, and the goal is to decrease the number to 1.8. At its peak, that number was 14.3 for San Francisco, so it is declining but still high according to the county’s measurements. In San Mateo County, the latest reported rate is 9.8, or about 75 new daily cases. Both are well below the state average of 20.4. … [Read more...] about SF and San Mateo were last in Bay Area on the coronavirus watch list. What do numbers show now?