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“Ontario has some of the brightest minds on infectious disease, and yet our response has been one of the most uneven and chaotic in the country,” he said in a statement. “As we prepare for a second wave of the virus, Ontarians deserve to know which medical experts are helping the Premier to call the shots.”Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca also said Ford should disclose the medical experts he’s consulting.“For Ontario to feel safe as we fight COVID-19, clear and reliable information must be shared,'”Del Duca said in a statement.Last week, independent legislator Randy Hillier called on the government to make the COVID-19 command table and its deliberations public.“As the premier has said, ‘we all should know what he knows’,” he said. “Well, let’s put our money where our mouth is and let us know what is going on at the COVID command table.”
Queensland has brought forward the easing of COVID-19 restrictions by almost two weeks"Have to take steps to ensure that products which we are forced to import from elsewhere are manufactured in India," said PM Modi.
In a letter sent to the provincial governments on Sunday, WHO Pakistan chief Palitha Mahipala said the country did not meet any of the organisation's six technical criteria for easing a lockdown.
New South Wales is looking to further ease its coronavirus restrictions despite health authorities remaining on high alert for new outbreaks.Australia recorded two new cases in the past 24 hours, Health Minister Greg Hunt said, taking the national figure to 7265.There have been only 62 cases in the past week.READ MORE: Sydney wedding venue claims it will reopen, defying coronavirus restrictionsREAD MORE: Mass rallies deemed 'a risky thing to do' amid fears of a second wav
"Lawful protests are always respected, but unlawful acts are to be rejected. Please stop breaking the law," police said in a tweet.If you're planning to leave the house this June long weekend, there are a number of regions that have now reopened for tourists after tough coronavirus restrictions came into force.And in good news for those wanting to get out and about, there will be "mostly settled conditions" conditions across Australia, with some major regions experiencing a winter bite as temperatures dip into single digits and below.Here's what's happening state-by-state
The strong action by the parliament, the EU’s legislative branch, contrasts with the more measured approach so far taken by the commission.Again, barring Greater Chennai Commissionerate area and CZs', industries including IT companies and all other private companies will now be allowed to function with full 100 per cent of their respective workforce, though to the extent possible 'work from home' should be encouraged, he said.疫情现在实情Three-wheeler registrations were down by 96.34 per cent with 1,881 registrations in May 2020 compared to 51,430 in the year-ago period.
COVID-1疫情现在实情“The government’s ostensible grounds for seeking dismissal are conclusively disproven by its own briefs filed earlier in this very proceeding,” Gleeson wrote. “They contradict and ignore this court’s prior orders, which constitute law of the case. They are riddled with inexplicable and elementary errors of law and fact. And they depart from positions that the government has taken in other cases.”The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK could have been halved if the government had introduced the lockdown a week earlier, according to damning testimony from one of the scientists who was advising the government at the time.The stark claim by Prof Neil Ferguson that thousands of lives could have been saved intensified the pressure on the government over its handling of the outbreak, leaving Boris Johnson facing repeated questions at the daily Downing Street press conference.The prime minister insisted it was “premature” to make judgments about the government’s approach, and said he had taken the steps “that we thought were right for this country”, on the basis of scientific advice.<figure class="element element-embed" data-alt="Callout callout-coronavirus">But this position came under further scrutiny when the chief medical officer for England, Prof Chris Whitty, was asked about his regrets about the handling of the crisis so far.“I think there’s a long list of things that we need to look at very seriously,” he said.Both he and the prime minister were put under intense pressure after the intervention of Ferguson, who leads the influential outbreak modelling group at Imperial College, London. He sat on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) during the early stages of the outbreak.“Had we introduced lockdown a week earlier we’d have reduced the final death toll by at least half,” he told MPs on the House of Commons science committee. “The measures, given what we knew about the virus then, were warranted. Certainly had we introduced them earlier we’d have seen many fewer deaths.”
Cathay has grounded most of its planes because of falling demand amid coronavirus-related travel curbs, flying only cargo and a skeleton passenger network to major destinations such as Beijing, Los Angeles, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Vancouver.