(LONDON) #Coronavirus Latest Report: Downing Street Live Report: As of 9am on 7 April, 266,694 tests have concluded across the UK, with 14,006 tests carried out on 6 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons. 213,181 people have been tested, of whom 55,242 tested positive those tested for coronavirus, 6,159 have sadly died according to Dept of Health & Social Care

#AceHealthReport – Apr.07: As of 9am on 7 April, 266,694 tests have concluded across the UK, with 14,006 tests carried out on 6 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons: 213,181 people have been tested, of whom 55,242 tested positive: Be Safe and God Bless Friends, Followers and Readers 🙏’s

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Today’s figure for people tested does not include Manchester and Leeds due to a data processing delay: The tests concluded figure excludes data from Northern Ireland: As of 5pm on 6 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 6,159 have died.

#AceHealthDesk report ………..Published: Apr.07: 2020:

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(LONDON) #Coronavirus Latest Report: As of 9am 6 April, 252,958 tests have concluded, with 13,069 tests carried out on 5 April (this does not include data for Northern Ireland). Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons. 208,837 people have been tested, of whom 51,608 tested positive: As of 5pm on 5 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 5,373 have sadly died according to Dept of Health & Social Care #AceHealthDesk reports

#AceHealthReport – Apr.06: Editor says as the number of cases published daily, are slowly declining many want to end the lockdown that has helped to decrease them and is providing small green shoots: But this is not enough for Some people, so friends, followers and readers …if the government lifts the lockdown too soon and cases increase as they did in Italy and Spain before they locked down then at least finally people will believe in good advice that curtails their freedom and at what cost to other people who self-isolated: God Bless ALL you that are under lockdown trying to #StayAtHomeProtectLivesSaveTheNHS

#Coronavirus Report: UK needs to know lockdown is working before next steps discussed according to government adviser

Reuters Reports: Britain needs to know how well its current lockdown measures are working in tackling the coronavirus outbreak before it can discuss what happens next, the government’s deputy chief scientific adviser Angela McLean said on Monday: The current lockdown measures are due to be reviewed in one week’s time: “We need to know how well the current restrictions are working before we can say anything sensible about what the next stage might be,” McLean, who is also Chief Scientific Adviser for the Ministry of Defence, said at a news conference when asked about the government’s lockdown exit strategy.

England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said: Thegovernment needed to be confident the country had reached the peak of the outbreak before discussing the next steps and it did not know for certain that would be at the end of this week.

#AceHealthDesk report ……..Published: Apr.06: 2020: Reuters: Reporting by Paul Sandle, Costas Pitas and Elizabeth Howcroft, Writing by Kylie MacLellan; Editing by Alistair Smout

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(U.K.) #Coronavirus Report: Government says all ‘ Essential Businesses ‘ can remain open and all the rest must close, so is makeup and perfume essential and especially when staff at Boots told BBC they feel unsafe at work when the company has reopened the aisles and allowed more customers into the st ore: Boots denies it is doing anything wrong #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Apr.02: Boots staff have told the BBC they feel “unsafe” at work as customers continue to browse for hair dye and fake tan despite the #coronavirus #pandemic: Staff said they were frustrated some branches had reopened beauty aisles and lifted limits on the number of shoppers allowed inside at once: Some stores were still waiting for visors, face masks and gloves for pharmacy workers, others said: Boots said it was doing whatever it could to protect its staff:

#Coronavirus Report: Boots staff feel ‘unsafe’ as shoppers still browse Make-up as beauty aisles over confusion on what is essential items ?

Shoppers confused over what are ‘essential items’

‘No one needs to buy fragrance’

One staff member who works on the pharmacy at a branch in south-west England told the BBC she was wearing her own gloves to work because her team had not been provided with any to use during shifts:

Her store had initially closed off aisles containing non-essential products and limited the number of customers allowed in – but she said those measures were lifted this week with no explanation given to staff on the shop floor. “The doors are just open and anyone can wander in – people are looking at makeup, wandering around,” she said: She said the pharmacy was “overwhelmed” and that the plastic screens placed between staff and customers were “small” and “pointless”

Like other pharmacy chains, Boots has been designated an essential retailer in the UK’s effort to prevent the spread of the virus, which is why its stores can stay open:

It is not alone in having to strike a balance between serving customers and keeping pharmacy teams safe – and Paul Day, director of the Pharmacists’ Defence Association union, said it was “at the good end of the scale” when it came to protecting pharmacy staff: He said community pharmacists up and down the country, which had already been “squeezed”, were under increased pressure because of the outbreak.

And Boots, like other chains, faced the additional question of how to protect non-pharmacy staff:

An employee who works on the tills at a branch in the West Midlands said Boots should “only let a certain amount of people” into stores, and not sell things like “mascaras and candles”.

Tracey Clements, chief operating officer for Boots UK, thanked staff for the “amazing care and commitment they are showing”

“I know that this is a difficult time and we are doing all we can to make sure our colleagues have the NHS-recommended PPE available, alongside extra Perspex and plastic screening and social distancing equipment they can use,” she said in a statement.

“We have over 60,000 colleagues and we are doing whatever we can to protect them whilst they work on the frontline of healthcare.”

Two online petitions – which together have more than 1,400 signatures – say “non-essential” Boots sales assistants should not have to come in to work and should be given paid leave.

#AceHealthDesk report ……….Published: Apr.02: 2020: BBC News:

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(BRUSSELS) #Coronavirus Latest Report: EU Member States Unable to agree over ‘ who pays and how much ‘ meanwhile people continue across Europe keep on dying with 250,000 testing positive on Friday and many are asking ‘ how long ‘ before they put us first and not protecting a crumbling bloc by everyone agreeing to “ Corona Bonds “ #AceHealthDesk reports

#AceHealthReport – Mar.29: As the coronavirus claims lives, ruins livelihoods and wreaks economic havoc, tensions are rising between European Union countries over how best to respond as the pandemic overwhelms some member nations, once more raising troubling questions about the EU’s ability to stand united in times of crisis: Almost 16,000 people infected with the virus have died in Europe Voice of Europe reports:

#Coronavirus Report: EU Members fallout over ‘ Corona Bonds ‘ and has revealed a deeply divided European Union

Over a quarter of a million had tested positive, as of Friday: Countries hit especially hard, like Italy and Spain, are imploring their partners to do more, particularly on the economic front, and to do it now: “The consequences of COVID-19 should be faced not in the coming months but tomorrow morning,” Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said after a summit of EU leaders late Thursday, according to Italian media.

Germany and the Netherlands block idea of issuing “corona bonds” to save EU economyhttps://t.co/foKAWOgZP3

— Voice of Europe 🌍 (@V_of_Europe) March 27, 2020

“We are facing the worst crisis of our generation. The future of the European project is at stake. We have to choose between a coordinated and supportive EU and individualism,” Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez tweeted Friday. “We call for a common response to this emergency. Let’s ensure a fair recovery.”………..“The consequences of COVID-19 should be faced not in the coming months but tomorrow morning,” Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said after a summit of EU leaders late Thursday, according to Italian media.

Germany and the Netherlands block idea of issuing “corona bonds” to save EU economyhttps://t.co/foKAWOgZP3

— Voice of Europe 🌍 (@V_of_Europe) March 27, 2020

“We are facing the worst crisis of our generation. The future of the European project is at stake: We have to choose between a coordinated and supportive EU and individualism,” Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez tweeted Friday. “We call for a common response to this emergency. Let’s ensure a fair recovery.”

#AceHealthDesk report ……………Published: Mar.29: 2020:

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(NEW YORK) #Coronavirus Latest Report: Mayor Blasio using an all hands on deck approach when it comes to securing supplies and ventilators to deal with the outbreak of #coronavirus tweeting he spoke that he spoke to @elonmusk who donated hundreds of ventilators according to @CBSNewYork #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Mar.27: On Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted that he spoke to Tesla CEO Elon Musk late Thursday night and that he will be donating hundreds of ventilators to New York City and New York state. De Blasio also said that public hospitals will be included in the ventilator donation……………..I spoke with @elonmusk late last night:

He’s donating hundreds of ventilators to New York City and State, including our public hospitals: We’re deeply grateful: We need every ventilator we can get our hands on these next few weeks to save lives.— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) March 27, 2020“We need every ventilator we can get our hands on these next few weeks to save lives,” said de Blasio in his tweet.

#AceHealthDesk report ………….Published: Mar.27: 2020:

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(LONDON) #Coronavirus Downing Street Report: Boris today warns of ‘ tougher measures ahead ‘ if people do not heed governments advice seriously as the death toll rises to 281 and they launche s an ‘ At Risk Most Vulnerable People Shield ‘ after identifying 1.5-million people who wil l be advised to satay at home for 12-weeks and receive aid in their homes #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Mar.22: Boris Johnson has warned “tougher measures” could be introduced if people do not take the government’s coronavirus advice seriously: The PM thanked people for making sacrifices but said people must follow social distancing guidance: “If you don’t do it responsibly… we will have to bring forward further measures,” he said: It comes as total number of UK deaths reached 281, including a person as young as 18 in England: The NHS said the 37 people who died in England all were in vulnerable groups including with underlying health conditions:

#Coronavirus: Follow virus advice or ‘tougher measures’ likely, says PM today Sunday thanking those people that heed the advice at this difficult time

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Boris Johnson: “Even if you think you’re personally invulnerable there are people you can infect”

The NHS in England has identified 1.5 million of the most at-risk people who should now stay at home for 12 weeks: The PM told those people to “shield” themselves, adding it “will do more than any other single measure that we are setting out to save life”.

‘Tougher measures’

Speaking at Downing Street’s daily news conference, Mr Johnson told people going to parks they “have to do that responsibly” It comes after pictures showed people across parts of the UK visiting parks and open spaces in large numbers over the weekend.

Snowdonia National Park said the area “experienced its busiest ever visitor day in living memory” on Saturday, with other beaches and mountain summits busy.

“Don’t think fresh air in itself automatically provides some immunity,” Mr Johnson said, adding that even if people think they are invulnerable, “there are plenty of people you could infect”

“Take this advice seriously, follow it, because it’s absolutely crucial.” “My message is you’ve got to do this in line with the advice, you’ve got to follow the social distancing rule – keep 2m apart.”

Asked whether stricter measures could be introduced, Mr Johnson added: “I don’t think you need to use your imagination very much to see where we might have to go, and we will think about this very, very actively in the next 24 hours: “It’s so important that that pleasure and that ability is preserved but it can only really be preserved if everybody acts responsibly and conforms with those principles of staying apart from one another and social distancing……………”If we can’t do that then, yup, I’m afraid we’re going to have to bring forward tougher measures.”

Some parks have already announced they will be closing. Essex County Council will close all its country parks from 20:00 GMT, while earlier Richmond Park in London closed to traffic on Sunday, although those on foot and cyclists were still allowed.

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Saturday was the “busiest ever visitor day in living memory” in Snowdonia, officials say

Earlier, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the new measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus should not be considered “optional”.…………..”Life should not feel normal,” she said, and if it did you should ask “if you are doing the right things”.

#AceHealthDesk report …………….Published: Mar.22: 2020:

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(NEW YORK) #Coronavirus Latest Report: As cases in state reaches 4,152 Cuomo mandates 75% to stay at home as he secures a bill providing paid leave, mortgage relief no negative reporting to credit bureaus due to late or not-received mortgage payments, as well as a grace period for loan modifications, and no late-payment fees or online-payment fees #AceHealthDesk reports

#AceHealthReport – Mar.19: After signing a bill securing paid leave for New Yorkers quarantined due to #coronavirus , Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday a new mandate to keep more workers home amid the outbreak: With the state now reporting 4,152 cases of COVID-19, Cuomo said Thursday that New York businesses should keep at least 75% of their on-site workforce at home. The new mandate comes just a day after he initially ordered companies to keep 50% of their workers home.

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In efforts to further protect New Yorkers from the economic side effects of the spreading virus, the governor announced a 90-day mortgage relief plan, which includes waiving mortgage payments, based on financial hardships: Additionally, Cuomo said there will be no negative reporting to credit bureaus due to late or not-received mortgage payments, as well as a grace period for loan modifications, and no late-payment fees or online-payment fees.

Foreclosures will also be postponed or suspended, the governor assured: Doubling down on statements made previously, Cuomo said there is still no plan for a “shelter in place”-type shutdown for New York City, an area where positive cases have seen the biggest rise in the state.

MTA officials at Thursday’s press conference assured New Yorkers that public transportation will continue to operate despite a drastic drop in ridership and revenue.

Watch Gov. Cuomo’s full press conference below:

COVID-19 timeline: How novel coronavirus spread

Tips to protect yourself and others amid coronavirus outbreaks 

Times Square in New York is practically a ghost town – people are heeding the advice to practice social distancing #8NN #coronavirus Published: IFTTT, [Mar 19, 2020 at 14:44] https://t.co/aYgdDH0K6o http://twitter.com/8NewsNow/status/1240648762176897025 March 19, 2020 at 02:38PM:

#AceHealthDesk report …………Published: Mar.19: 2020:

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