As lockdown restrictions ease across the US, cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 are skyrocketing. However, CNN reports the surge in cases hasn't been accompanied by a surge in deaths. Why? One probable reason could be that it may be too soon into the new wave of the virus for its victims to...
Thousands of NHS workers have taken to the streets across the UK to demandbetter wages for staff left “on their knees” by the coronavirus pandemic. InLondon, health workers who have missed out on a public sector pay rise fellsilent for two minutes as a mark of respect for colleagues who have lost theirlives fighting Covid-19. One of dozens of marches planned around the countryfor Saturday, participants in the capital – many in scrubs – were wearingmasks and tried to constantly maintain a social distance from one another.
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Fifty million face masks bought by the Government as part of a £252 millioncontract will not be used in the NHS due to safety concerns. The masks,ordered from Ayanda Capital, have ear loops rather than head loops, and thereare concerns over whether they are adequate. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmerhas called for an inquiry into the contract.
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K-Dogg, an NHS worker in Bristol, has spoken out after hit-and-run left him scarred for life and frightened for his safety last week. Police say the incident was 'racially motivated' and are still looking for those responsible. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
An NHS worker has been left scarred for life and frightened for his safetyafter being seriously injured in a racially aggravated hit-and-run. The 21-year-old was walking to the bus stop after finishing work at SouthmeadHospital in Bristol at about 4.20pm last Wednesday.
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A seven-year-old schoolgirl is raking in hundreds of pounds after opening an antique bottle shop in her parents' back garden.Betsy-Mae Lloyd launched her own business from a Victorian-style play shed..