Is the UK lockdown working and when will it end? – BBC Newsnight

In the UK, BBC Newsnight asked if the British lockdown is working, and when it would end. They also questioned if, with warmer weather across the weekend forecast, British people would be able to stay indoors, as they have been told they must. With warmer weather forecast and use of transport up, can the coronavirus … Read more Is the UK lockdown working and when will it end? – BBC Newsnight

WHO’s Ryan Says Using Homemade Face Masks Isn’t a Bad Idea

Apr.03 — U.S. and international health authorities have mostly relied on virus-fighting measures such as physical distancing, while recommending frequent hand-washing. Masks, they’ve said, may serve little purpose among untrained users and should be prioritized for sick people and those looking after them. Yet evidence that the stealthy coronavirus can spread in people with no … Read more WHO’s Ryan Says Using Homemade Face Masks Isn’t a Bad Idea

CDC Urges Americans Wear Nonmedical Cloth Masks But Trump Says He Won’t Wear One

President Donald Trump said the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention is recommending the use of non-surgical grade cloth masks as a voluntary measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “It’s only a recommendation,” Trump told reporters at the White House on Friday, adding that the suggestion doesn’t replace guidance on social distancing. “It’s … Read more CDC Urges Americans Wear Nonmedical Cloth Masks But Trump Says He Won’t Wear One

‘Stay home for them’: chief nurse urges public to remember two nurses who died of Covid-19

At the daily Downing Street press conference on Friday, England’s chief nursing officer, Ruth May, invoked the deaths of nurses Areema Nasreen and Aimee O’Rourke as she urged members of the public to stay at home. ‘This weekend is going to be very warm and it will be very tempting to go out and enjoy … Read more ‘Stay home for them’: chief nurse urges public to remember two nurses who died of Covid-19

How ventilators work and why we need them to fight covid-19

Coronavirus may cause a ventilator shortage and U.S. healthcare workers are worried there wont be enough of them for the projected number of covid-19 patients. Here’s how they help people breathe and why patients with severe cases of covid-19 may need them. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Rahqvb. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK Follow us: … Read more How ventilators work and why we need them to fight covid-19

Two NHS nurses die after contracting Covid-19 | ITV News

The UK’s ITV News reported on some incredibly sad news from Britain, as NHS Nursing staff were among 684 who died of Covid-19 in the country in just 24 hours, as the crisis deepened. The bravery and sacrifice of two NHS nurses has been remembered after they lost their lives to coronavirus. Areema Nasreen and … Read more Two NHS nurses die after contracting Covid-19 | ITV News

Watch: COVID-19 Law Q&A with Brian Ross – Answering Questions on Housing and Employment.

COVID-19 Law Q&A: This new show airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. You bring the questions. We’ll bring the answers. Let Brian Ross and our experts guide you through this uncharted Covid-19 territory. The guests are Marie Napoli, an employment attorney, and Steve Hyman, the Director of Litigation for the firm McLaughlin & Stern. Submit questions … Read more Watch: COVID-19 Law Q&A with Brian Ross – Answering Questions on Housing and Employment.

Brazil’s Maracana Stadium Transformed Into Coronavirus Field Hospital in Rio

A university in Brazil is kicking off a massive testing program to see how many people are carrying the novel coronavirus as the number of confirmed infections accelerate in Latin America’s largest economy. #Coronavirus #Covid19 #CoronavirusBrasil The research is starting in the Southern state of Rio Grande do Sul this week, according to a statement … Read more Brazil’s Maracana Stadium Transformed Into Coronavirus Field Hospital in Rio