Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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French teacher unions’ calls second major strike in COVID ‘chaos’

French teachers' unions called a second major strike on Monday (17 January 2022), protesting against the government's protocols of COVID testing and isolation, which they claimed are rigorously disrupting the classes. They said it has become unmanageable with the spread of contagious Omicron coronavirus variant, and parents are also struggling by standing in long lines outside pharmacies to get vaccination appointments for their children. In revert,...

UK’s PM former adviser says Boris Johnson was well known about ‘Bring Your Own Booze Party’.

London: Dominic Cummings, the Former Senior Advisor of UK's PM, has accused Boris Johnson that he lied that the 'Booze Party' was a work event. He was unaware of the actual possibility in 10 Downing Street garden. A rare video has come across supporting Cummings allegations against the PM. Down Street Spokesperson reported that 11 gatherings were going on in 10 Downing Street on 20 May...

Significant change to the COVID- 19 guidelines goes into force today: England

UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid asserted that from Monday, January 17, 2022, people who test positive for coronavirus (Covid-19) would have to self-isolate for only five days. Mr Javid told lawmakers in the House of Commons asserted the UK's Health Protection Agency (UKHSA) showed the data on the contagiousness of the cases of COVID-19, which refers, "about two-thirds of positive cases that were reported over...

Demands to end jailing pregnant women in England after baby dies in prison toilet

Vulnerable pregnant women are being detained for non-violent offences, in some cases within just a few weeks of their babies’ due date. Louise Powell, a woman who delivered a dead baby in a prison toilet, warned the observer that she would sue for human rights and discrimination violations because she did not receive the same standards of care she expected in the community. Academics examining the...

A heart attack patient in England asked to make his way to the hospital

An ambulance service has apologized after a man who suffered from a heart attack was asked to take himself to the hospital or face a long wait. Graham Reagan said his son had to take him to the hospital. He was informed that the nearest ambulance was 30 to 40 miles away. Reagan, of Malton, North Yorkshire, said he called 999 when his chest started paining...
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