- Italy on Friday became the second European nation to formally record over 30,000 COVID-19 deaths
- US unemployment reached its greatest level since records began in 1948 with 20.5 million jobs lost in April, official statistics reveal
- WHO’deeply troubled’ with a spike in domestic violence in secured down Europe
- Banksy pays tribute to’superhero’ nurses at fresh slice contributed to the hospital
- Boris Johnson is to unveil the UK’s lockdown depart roadmap on Sunday
Paris and three French populous areas to have stricter rules than the remainder of France on May 11 when the initial constraints are raised
WHO cautions between 83,000 and 190,000 will perish from COVID-19 throughout the African continent this season when containment measures neglect.
Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine seeing an increase in cases, states WHO
The UK considering to inflict 14-day quarantine on global arrivals
The united kingdom government will introduce a compulsory 14-day self-isolation on all international travelers coming to the nation, except for people coming from the Republic of Ireland.
This ought to develop into force at the end of May.
Airlines UK, the business association representing UK-registered carriers, commented on those speculations stating that it”would kill global travel to and from the united kingdom and cause irreparable harm to the aviation sector”.