No matching items found
A woman is seen wearing a protective face mask, as the spread of the coronavirus continues, in London. Reuters
Desperate times, specially amid a stressful coronavirus pandemic, call for desperate measures. But there is a certain breed which is notorious for observing rules – in the breach, of course.
Such people are simply not bothered about the outcome of their actions.
According to a report in a section of the British media, police officers in Cumbria, UK, have booked motorists making non-essential journeys in the county.
14-day quarantine for anyone arriving in Britain from any country
India sends 88-member medical team to the UAE to fight Covid-19
One driver was stopped as he was driving from Manchester to Dundee — a distance of over 200 miles – to purchase a puppy.
Another motorist set out from London to Manchester to initially buy a car – then left for Carlisle because he wanted to procure some speakers he had seen on eBay.
On Friday, three men had travelled from Stockport to Cumbria "to feed the ducks".
They were escorted back to the motorway, with officers describing their actions as "quackers".
Johnson, who spent days in intensive care in hospital after he was infected with the virus, said the country was coming "to the end of the first phase of this conflict".
Some 65,000 caretakers — 80 per cent of them Romanian and Slovakian women — normally work in Austria, where some 33,000 people need 24-hour home care.
Students of New South Wales (NSW), the most populous state, and the northern state of Queensland began going back to school on a limited basis to lessen the risk of spreading the illness, state leaders said.
As health officials issued warnings on Tuesday against reopening economies too quickly, the coronavirus struck inside some of the world’s superpowers, with a top aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin diagnosed just days after US Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary also tested positive.
Railway authorities suspended the driver of the Lahore-bound passenger train, his assistant and two of the ground staff for negligence as an investigation has been opened, said top railways official Shahid Aziz.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said two men — Asid Abu Ali, 21, and Abdulrahman Abu Daghash, 32 — were killed by Israeli fire. The raid caused heavy damage to the camp's main road, severing water pipes and flooding parts of the street.
"Great books are generally written by those who spend their careers and, indeed, their lives, learning and perfecting their crafts. To preserve our literature, authors must have the ability to control if and how their works are used by generative AI.”
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed the UAE’s eagerness and commitment to supporting all efforts to maintain and enhance relations and bilateral cooperation in meetings with several heads of state participating in UNGA 78.