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Council to decide on mandatory masks in Waterloo Region Monday – Kitchener

Waterloo Region Council will hold a special council meeting on Monday afternoon to decide on whether face masks will be mandatory on public transit or in closed public spaces. Council will be asked to consider separate bylaws for transit riders on buses, LRT vehicles and bus shelters as well as enclosed spaces such as stores […]

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White House readies new message for the nation on coronavirus

WASHINGTON — After several months of mixed messages on the coronavirus pandemic, the White House is settling on a new one: Learn to live with it. Administration officials are planning to intensify what they hope is a sharper, and less conflicting, message of the pandemic next week, according to senior administration officials, after struggling to […]

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Media refuse to admit the coronavirus doesn’t care about red vs. blue

With coronavirus cases surging in the United States, the media were quick to blame: “Several Republican-led states that moved quickly to reopen this spring at the urging of President Trump have seen new cases explode,” The New York Times reported. Yet hyper-Democratic California is actually seeing the highest number of new cases. Yes, GOP-led Arizona, […]

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Coronavirus live updates: Montreal bar owners grapple with sudden reopening

Article content This post will be updated throughout the day on Friday, June 26. Questions/comments? [email protected]edia.com Top updates Montreal retailers suffering after reopening Man stabbed in bar on first night bars reopen in Quebec Quebec cabinet meeting led to switch in COVID updates, documents suggest Dr. Tam: Pandemic revealed ‘Failures in how we care for […]

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Third of British people have enjoyed coronavirus lockdown

One in three respondents told researchers at University College London (UCL) that, on balance, they had enjoyed the period of restrictions. But the survey highlighted the social inequalities that impacted people’s experience during the lockdown, with those who earned more and those who did not have underlying mental health conditions more likely to enjoy it. […]

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Coronavirus cases in Gulf region surge past 400,000: Live updates | News

COVID-19 cases in the Gulf region surpass 400,000, according to John Hopkins University, as nations in the region start to lift restrictions. Coronavirus hospitalisations and caseloads have reached new highs in more than half a dozen states in the US, with newly confirmed cases nationwide back near their peak level of two months ago. […]

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Coronavirus live news: global death toll passes 450,000 | World news

Global death toll from Covid-19 passes 450,000 The global death toll from coronavirus has passed 450,000. The figure stands at 450,716, according to the US-based Johns Hopkins University. Canada reaches 100,000 Covid-19 cases Canada reached 100,000 cases of coronavirus on Thursday. The province of Ontario announced another 190 cases a day after public health agency […]

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Coronavirus live news: Fauci warns against Trump rallies; health fears in Australia over BLM protests | World news

5.39am BST05:39 EU leaders are set to join Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte on Saturday for talks on jumpstarting the nation’s economy, but opposition figures have shunned the hastily organised – and roundly criticised – initiative. Despite a bevy of A-list political speakers, Italians such as far-right leader Matteo Salvini planned to sit out Conte’s […]

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ONS reveals regions with the highest Covid-19 death tolls

The NHS must instruct mental health hospitals to let families visit young people with learning disabilities and autism, a new report has said. Young inpatients’ human rights were already being breached before the pandemic, the Joint Committee on Human Rights found, and it believes the coronavirus lockdown has put them at greater risk. NHS England […]

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Coronavirus Ireland Live Updates: Eight more deaths and eight more cases of Covid-19 confirmed

Follow the latest coronavirus news in Ireland and across the world on the Independent.ie live blog. 21:00 11/06/2020 Resurgence of virus threatens South Korea’s success story Close People get off the train at a railway station in Seoul (Ahn Young-joon/AP) AP/PA Images People get off the train at a railway station in Seoul (Ahn Young-joon/AP) […]

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