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#Coronavirus News Ireland 🇮🇪 – Pandemic delays recruitment for below-strength Defence Forces…

Coronavirus in Ireland: Pandemic delays recruitment for below-strength Defence Forces

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#PositiveCoronavirusNews – Spain wants air bridge to lure British Tourists….

Spain wants air bridge to lure British tourists

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Greece hopes to welcome Brits back by June 1 — providing airlines run flights #PositiveCoronavirusNews

GREECE hopes to welcome Brit tourists from June 1 — providing airlines run flights. More than four million Brits holidayed on the mainland or …

Greece hopes to welcome Brits back by June 1 — providing airlines run flights

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Italy sees jump in coronavirus cases to 6,820 as 743 new victims are added to death toll despite recent decline

ITALY’S coronavirus death toll has soared by 743 in a single day to 6,820 – just as the country hoped it had turned the corner. The total number of …

Italy sees jump in coronavirus cases to 6,820 as 743 new victims are added to death toll despite recent decline

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No school for the “foreseeable” future. Exams off. Clubs closed. Millions of children will be looking forward to a spring, and possibly a summer, free of responsibility and routine. But these are not normal times – they’re likely to have to spend days and nights indoors with parents or guardians. They won’t get much personal contact with friends and, for teenagers, the cancellation of exams will make a difficult time of year even more worrying. “It’s the perfect storm for parents and children,” says Sam Cartwright-Hatton, professor of clinical child psychology at the University of Sussex.  

 
 
 

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Several of the newspapers have pictures of crowds taking advantage of the spring sunshine to get outdoors – in spite of the guidelines on social distancing. “Madness” is the Daily Mirror’s headline. “Stay home or face lockdown”, warns the Sun, while for the Daily Mail, the headline states starkly, “Obey the virus rules – or else”. The Daily Telegraph says there’s been deep concern within Whitehall as it emerged over the weekend that public messages urging people to stay at home and avoid socialising were apparently being ignored. According to the Times, Boris Johnson is facing calls from his cabinet and senior advisers to impose a full lockdown in London. A senior government source tells the paper: “It is inevitable – you just have to look at other countries.” Elsewhere, on the issue of the Olympics, the Financial Times reports that talks in recent days have focused on the length of a delay, possibly even to 2022.

 
 
   
   
 

 
 

As we said, those deemed most vulnerable are being encouraged to adopt a policy of total isolation, but what is it really like to do that? Listen to the latest episode of BBC Ouch’s podcast in which some of those in that position – those with health conditions or disabilities – share the emotional and practical challenges.

 
 
 

 

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Europe & Global Coronavirus Update…

The European Union will ban travellers from outside from the bloc for 30 days in an unprecedented move to seal its borders amid the coronavirus crisis.

The measure is expected to apply to 26 EU states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. UK citizens will be unaffected.

The ban came as deaths continued to soar in Italy and Spain, and France began a strict lockdown.

Europe has been badly hit by the virus, which has killed 7,500 globally.

Meanwhile, the Euro 2020 football competition has been postponed by a year.

The virus has infected more than 185,000 people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.

What are the EU measures?

The travel ban will affect all non-EU nationals from visiting the bloc, except long-term residents, family members of EU nationals and diplomats, cross-border and healthcare workers, and people transporting goods.

Free travel is a cherished principle within the European border-free Schengen area. But in recent days many countries have unilaterally imposed full or partial border shutdowns in a bid to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

This prompted the commission to propose that the bloc act in a more unified fashion and restrict entry to the union as a whole, at the urging of French President Emmanuel Macron.

The measures were agreed in a video-summit between EU leaders on Tuesday afternoon and will now have to be implemented by member states.

“They said they will immediately do that,” said EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen at a press conference. “This is good, so that we have a unanimous and united approach [where] the external borders are concerned.”

The UK and the Republic of Ireland – which is part of the EU but not Schengen – will be invited to join the measure.

It was also crucial that the EU “unblocks the situation” with regards to closed internal borders, Mrs Von der Leyen said, because “too many people are stranded”.

What are the latest updates in Europe?

In France , citizens who leave home must now carry a document detailing the reasons why, with fines for transgressors to be set at €135 ($150; £123).

It comes after President Macron put the country on a war-footing, ordering the population to stay at home and only go out for essential trips.

The number of confirmed cases in France grew by more than 16% on Tuesday, reaching 7,730, The death toll rose to 175, with 7% of the dead aged under 65.

More than 2,500 people are being treated in hospital, including 699 in intensive care.

Boris Johnson:

In Britain , where the death toll is 71, people have been told to avoid social contact, work from home if they can and avoid all non-essential foreign travel. 

The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has unveiled a financial package worth £330bn ($400bn) to ease the burden caused by the virus , after Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday urged people to avoid pubs, clubs and cafes.

Meanwhile, the government’s chief scientific adviser said it would be a “good outcome” if 20,000 or fewer people died of the virus in the UK.

The latest set of Brexit talks has also been delayed.

The number of confirmed cases in Spainhas soared by 2,000 to 11,178. Authorities there are maintaining a partial lockdown on 47 million people.

It is now the European country worst-affected after Italy.

At midnight Spain began stopping cars crossing its borders from France and Portugal. Only Spanish nationals, residents and cross-border workers were being allowed to the country.

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Italy , which has registered the most cases outside China at more than 26,000, announced another surge in deaths on Tuesday, from 2,150 to 2,503. The country remains in lockdown.

The government meanwhile is set to renationalise flag carrier airline Alitalia with a rescue package worth $670m (£550m).

Germany , which has had more than 6,000 cases and 13 deaths, banned religious services and told people to cancel any domestic or foreign holiday travel. 

Venues including clubs, bars, leisure facilities, zoos and playgrounds will be closed. Schools are already shut.

Elsewhere in Europe:

  • Belgium’s death toll doubled from five to 10 on on Tuesday
  • Sweden is to close all high schools and universities from Wednesday
  • Orthodox priests in Georgia have started blessing the streets of the capital Tbilisi with holy water

What is the latest elsewhere?

Iran remains the world’s third-worst-affected nation, after China and Italy.

More than 16,000 people are confirmed as infected and 988 have died, although some analysts believe the figures are far higher than officially reported.

A spokesman for the judiciary said on Tuesday that 85,000 prisoners, including political prisoners, had been temporarily released to try to combat the spread.

Gholamhossein Esmaili did not say when or how those freed would be returned to prison, but stressed that only prisoners serving five years or less had been released.

Most shops and restaurants remain open but the health ministry has urged people to stay at home.

In the US , the White House is working on a economic stimulus package reported to be worth some $850bn, with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin saying the administration was “looking at sending cheques to Americans immediately”.

The total number of cases has risen to above 4,200, with 75 deaths, said the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most cases are in the states of New York (669), Washington (708) and California (369),

The pandemic has disrupted the Democratic primary election season .

In other developments:

  • China reported just one new domestic infection on Tuesday – but 20 more from people arriving from abroad. It also said it “strongly opposed” Mr Trump’s reference in a tweet to the “Chinese virus”
  • The Philippines became the first nation to shut its stock exchange indefinitely
  • Malaysia is barring people crossing the border with Singapore from Wednesday, sparking a rush on food stores in the city state, which depends on Malaysia for supplies
  • India’s iconic Taj Mahal monument has shut down
  • Scientists in Australia say they have identified how the body’s immune system fights the Covid-19 virus

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Spain to become 2nd European Country to issue a Nationwide ban and UK and Ireland added to US Travel Ban List…

Spain is set to join Italy by becoming the second country in Europe to impose a nationwide lockdown as part of its effort to slow the spread of the Covid-19pandemic.

The news came as the UK’s death toll from coronavirus nearly doubled, by rising from 11 to 21, and the UK government was reportedly preparing to ban mass gatherings from next week

Boris Johnson has faced criticism for not taking tougher action against the outbreak and his government’s plan to build up immunity within the population to fight the virus over a prolonged period, rather than introducing mass lockdowns, has been questioned by health experts.

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Coronavirus deaths in Spain rise to 193

Spain’s public broadcaster TVE has reported that the death toll from coronavirus reached 193 on Saturday, up from 120 on Friday.

Health authorities said earlier today that the total number of infections had passed 5,750, with half of them in the capital Madrid.It follows reports that the Spanish government is to put the country under lockdown as part of its state of emergency measures.

According to a draft decree, Spaniards will be ordered to stay at home except to buy food or drugs, go to the hospital, go to work or other emergencies.

Here’s the full story on the US decision to add the UK and Ireland to its travel ban.

onald Trump appeared not to be aware of the measure when asked during the press conference, but minutes later it was confirmed by vice president Mike Pence.
 

Norway to close all airports

Norway’s prime minister Erna Solberg has announced that all airports will close on Monday to try and prevent the spread of coronavirus, Reuters has reported.

However there are no plans to introduce a curfew and Norwegians will be allowed to return home from abroad, she added.

In a statement posed on the government website, Ms Solberg said: “We are in a serious and increasingly unpredictable situation.

“Our priority is to safeguard life and health. That requires extraordinary steps. The situation is changing rapidly in many countries, which is why we are advising against travel that is not strictly necessary to all countries.

“Norwegian citizens already travelling abroad should consider returning as soon as possible, in a calm and safe manner, and in dialogue with their travel agency or airline.”

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Museum Director Is Working 18H A Day To Bring Art Online Amid COVID-19 Lockdown



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As museums in Italy stay closed to contain the novel coronavirus, one museum director is using the free time not to rest, but to open exhibitions and collections online.

Carolyn Christov-Bakergiev, the director of the Castello di Rivoli near Turin, is working 18-hour days to digitize the exhibits at the contemporary art museum, and has now launched a virtual venue called Digital Cosmos.

Aside from enjoying artworks, visitors of the digital showcase will be treated to tours recorded and edited by the museum’s organizers.

The institution is also working on online tours for children and their parents to help them spend their time at home productively, as all schools in Italy are currently closed.

As to why she thinks it’s important to open the venue now, Christov-Bakargiev told Artnet News that it is the museum’s “public duty” to help ease “people’s state of mind.”

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Is coronavirus worse than the regular flu?

Is coronavirus worse than the regular flu?

Coronavirus is spread through close contact with an infected person (Picture: EPA)

The coronavirus outbreak spread across the world hard and fast, and with the chaos has come much speculation.

Among it is the claim coronavirus is no different from the seasonal flu and both infectious respiratory illnesses should be treated the same.

Both viruses share the similar symptoms – including a fever, cough and sore throat – and are airborne, spread through cough droplets of an infected person – but should we be more worried about coronavirus than we are about the flu?

Is coronavirus worse than the flu?

While many infected with coronavirus report symptoms similar to the winter flu, coronavirus seems to be more serious, with the speed and spread of the outbreak, as well as its mortality rate pointing to it being more dangerous than the flu.

Influenza kills around 600 people a year in the UK, and between 290,000 to 650,000 people worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation.

While many of those affected by coronavirus have simply shown mild symptoms, some have gone on to develop fluid in the lungs consistent with viral pneumonia.

The virus is more likely to become a severe illness or prove fatal for those with weakened immune systems and older patients.

There are 19 cases of coronavirus in the UK (Picture: Reuters)

WHO’s public health expert – who travelled to China to learn more about the virus and the country’s response to the outbreak – warned the world was ‘simply not ready’ for coronavirus.

Dr Bruce Aylward said: ‘This is a rapidly escalating epidemic in different places that we’ve got to tackle superfast to prevent a pandemic.

‘The fatality rate of coronavirus has been estimated at 1%. If accurate, this would make coronavirus 10 times more deadly than the flu.

— Read on metro.co.uk/2020/02/29/coronavirus-worse-regular-flu-12321360/

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Coronavirus: Several football games in Italy called off after second death

Coronavirus: Several football games in Italy called off after second death –

A number of football matches in Italy have been postponed over fears of the spread of coronavirus.

A woman from the northern region of Lombardy is the second person in Italy to die from the virus in the past 24 hours.

Cremonese’s Serie B match against Ascoli and Piacenza v Sambenedettese in Serie C are among those postponed.

Serie D matches and a number of amateur and youth games in the Lombardy and Veneto regions are also called off.

The Cremonese squad had already travelled to Ascoli’s Cino e Lillo Del Duca Stadium in the central Marche region of the country before being informed that the game had been postponed.

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Eco-warriors Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could meet Greta Thunberg as they visit Britain in SAME week

Eco-warriors Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could meet Greta Thunberg as they visit Britain in SAME week

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry could meet Greta Thunberg – as they visit the UK the same week as the teen climate change campaigner.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have previously spoken out about their passion for the environment, with Harry even praising the 17-year-old Swede.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be in the UK at the same time as the teen climate change advocate

Greta Thunberg announced she would be arriving in the UK next week

And the couple could meet with Greta as they return home to the UK next week to complete their final royal duties before Megxit is finalised on March 31.

The Swedish activist today announced she was “heading for the UK”, planning on joining a school strike in Bristol.

Taking to Twitter, she urged Brits to join her as she led a protest on climate change.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry is expected to be in the UK from at least February 28 – heading to an event with Jon Bon Jovi to raise awareness for the Invictus Games.

He and Meghan are expected to carry out six engagements over the 11 days while they are in Britain, leaving a few spare days for a possible meeting with Greta.

It wouldn’t be the first time that a Royal Family member has met with the dedicated teen, with Prince Charles meeting with her at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.

But a possible meeting comes after it was revealed the Sussexes have made deals with big banks to give speeches to some of the richest in the world.

Prince Harry recently gave a speech for JP Morgan in Florida  and is now reportedly in talks with banking giant Goldman Sachs to become a guest speaker on its YouTube series.

And despite the couple’s keenness to encourage eco-friendly decisions – with Prince Harry even vowing only have two children to minimise his impact on the earth – they have been criticised for hypocritical decisions to travel on private jets.

Last year, the couple came under fire for taking four private jets in just 11 days last year.

Meanwhile Greta insisted at her own speech at the WEF that more needed to be done to tackle climate change.

She told the annual meeting: “We are not telling you to ‘offset your emissions’ by just paying someone else to plant trees in places like Africa while at the same time forests like the Amazon are being slaughtered at an infinitely higher rate.

“Planting trees is good, of course, but it’s nowhere near enough of what needs to be done, and it cannot replace real mitigation or rewilding nature.”

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How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? September verdict | Sterling | The Guardian

How has Brexit vote affected the UK economy? September verdict | Sterling | The Guardian

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The Top 20 Business Transformations of the Last Decade

Netflix, Adobe, and Amazon top the list.
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Great Places To Stay Or Get Wed, In Wales..

Great Places To Stay Or Get Wed, In Wales..

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Thomas Cook asks government for bailout in funding race – BBC News

Thomas Cook asks government for bailout in funding race – BBC News

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Championes, Championes, ollay, ollay, ollay, ! – No. 6 for Liverpool

Championes, Championes, ollay, ollay, ollay, ! – No. 6 for Liverpool

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Barcelona vs Liverpool: Who makes the combined XI ahead of mouthwatering Champions League tie?

Barcelona vs Liverpool: Who makes the combined XI ahead of mouthwatering Champions League tie?

Barcelona vs Liverpool: Who makes the combined XI ahead of mouthwatering Champions League tie?


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Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost

Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost

Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost


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Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost

Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost

Barcelona vs Liverpool team news: Latest updates as Roberto Firmino provides Jurgen Klopp with welcome boost


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Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry fancy Gary Wilson’s chances of winning Snooker World Championship

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry fancy Gary Wilson’s chances of winning Snooker World Championship

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry fancy Gary Wilson’s chances of winning Snooker World Championship


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26 Mobile and Desktop Tools for Marketers : Social Media Examiner

26 Mobile and Desktop Tools for Marketers : Social Media Examiner

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Liverpool news: Reds legend Sami Hyypia heaps praise on ‘young Virgil van Dijk’ Joe Gomez and says he can be England star for years to come

Liverpool news: Reds legend Sami Hyypia heaps praise on ‘young Virgil van Dijk’ Joe Gomez and says he can be England star for years to come

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Virgil van Dijk ‘has’ to win PFA Player of the Year with Raheem Sterling second, believes former Liverpool man Dietmar Hamann

Virgil van Dijk ‘has’ to win PFA Player of the Year with Raheem Sterling second, believes former Liverpool man Dietmar Hamann

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Tobacco giants say that getting rid of sick organ picture packages will cost them millions after Brexit

Tobacco giants say that getting rid of sick organ picture packages will cost them millions after Brexit

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Tobacco giants say that getting rid of sick organ picture packages will cost them millions after Brexit

Tobacco giants say that getting rid of sick organ picture packages will cost them millions after Brexit

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