Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage criticised the government at the time for imposing an internal lockdown on Britons despite planes still arriving daily from virus hotspots such as Italy, Iran, and China. Even in April, some 100,000 people were entering a week from international destinations without being checked or ordered into quarantine. In the three months to Britain’s internal lockdown, just 273 out of 1.8 million travellers were quarantined. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: MPs Slam Boris Govt for Open Borders that Invited 10,000 Infected People
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Officials have been under intense pressure from advocates, some state lawmakers and two federal judges to release more inmates, particularly after a botched transfer of infected inmates into San Quentin State Prison led to the state’s worst prison outbreak. Nearly 170 inmates still are infected there and 23 died, including 11 on death row. More than 2,000 have either recovered or were released while infected. … [Read more...] about Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus
Williams’ victim, Kevin “John” Ruska, picked her up to drive her to work in 1998 but the pair argued and Williams forced him into the trunk of his own car at gunpoint. She shot him when he tried to escape, then brought the wounded man more than 700 miles (1,126) kilometers) from Tacoma, Washington, to a motel in Davis, California. There she gagged him and tied him to a chair. He died from the infected wound. … [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
The state has tied the rise in community transmission in San Mateo to social gatherings where participants didn’t wear face coverings or practice social distancing, workers coming more frequently into contact with others, and crowded home living conditions. On Tuesday, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to impose fines on individuals who refuse to wear masks. … [Read more...] about SF and San Mateo were last in Bay Area on the coronavirus watch list. What do numbers show now?