Coronavirus crisis in Britain and France


This 26 May 2020 video from Britain says about itself:

Who is Dominic Cummings & What Does He Have on Boris Johnson? | Peter Jukes

“The fact that Boris Johnson had to defend breaking lockdown shows his power. So… why is he so powerful?”

UK’S JOHNSON DEFENDS CHIEF ADVISER AMID LOCKDOWN BREACH SCANDAL U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaped to defend his embattled chief adviser Dominic Cummings, who refused to apologize for multiple breaches of lockdown guidelines. Cummings said he didn’t regret traveling 260 miles out of London to his parents’ home with his child and wife — who had coronavirus symptoms — at the peak of lockdown in March. He also claimed a drive to the town of Barnard Castle was to have an eye test, as he was worried his vision had been affected by coronavirus. The revelations have sparked a huge backlash among people who adhered to guidelines despite dire circumstances. [HuffPost]

UK: Johnson government opposes pay increase for nurses. By Rory Woods, 26 May 2020. Boris Johnson and other ministers busy hailing nurses and doctors as “heroes” have again made clear they are bitter enemies of all health care workers.

Postal workers stop work in Peterborough and High Wycombe, England, over COVID-19 safety fears. By Paul Lee, 26 May 2020. The threat to safety in the two offices are replicated in delivery and sorting offices all over the country and internationally.

Reopened schools close across France as coronavirus found among students and staff. By Will Morrow, 26 May 2020. Two weeks after the reopening of schools began in France, more than 70 schools have been forced to close as coronavirus cases have been found among students and teachers.

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