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Coronavirus: Sunday update as PM accepts ‘frustration’ over lockdown

Coronavirus: Sunday update as PM


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  • PM acknowledges ‘disappointment’ over lockdown rules

PM Boris Johnson recognizes dissatisfaction over the “perplexing” facilitating of England’s coronavirus lockdown – however says he trusts the “great feeling of the British individuals” to watch the new principles. He likewise thanks the general population for “staying with us up until this point”.

  • Work’s Starmer calls for ‘four-country’ approach
Sir Keir Starmer

Work pioneer Sir Keir Starmer says various methodologies over the four UK countries to handling coronavirus won’t “help us out of this emergency”. He accuses Mr Johnson for the manner in which countries have separated in the facilitating of the lockdown.

  • A super-spreading burial service that prompted three passings
Mohammed Hussain in his favourite chair

Bradford Royal Infirmary’s Dr John Wright shares the narrative of Mohammed Hussain, 51, who was oblivious in concentrated consideration for five weeks in the wake of contracting corona virus. The wellspring of the contamination may have been at his dad’s burial service before lockdown. With a few different grievers becoming sick and three passing on – was it a super-spreading occasion?

  • Your photos of working at home

We requested that our perusers send in their photos on the subject of “working at home” during lockdown because of the spread of coronavirus. Here are a portion of the photos sent to us from around the globe.

Man at desk with dogs
  • How gaming could help stop lockdown forlornness

For some, innovation has been pivotal to remaining associated in the midst of the pandemic. What’s more, gamers like 22-year-old Millicent Thomas state their online exercises have helped them tackle dejection during lockdown.