Boris Johnson’s COVID-19 second wave, Leicester, England


This 30 June 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

COVID-19: UK city of Leicester to remain under lockdown

Much of the English hospitality sector is due to reopen on Saturday, but pubs and restaurants in one city will remain closed for an extended period.

Government officials have recommended the current lockdown measures remain in force in Leicester for an extra two weeks, due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Leicester.

See also here.

Broader reopening of UK schools leads to spread of COVID-19 infections. By Tania Kent and Tim Pearce, 30 June 2020. Recent outbreaks in schools almost doubled to 44 in one week—16 more than were recorded at hospitals.

“It’s eugenics by the back door”. UK disability campaigner Doug Paulley speaks on coronavirus pandemic. By Alice Summers, 30 June 2020. Doug has recently been involved in legal action opposing the use of “scoring” systems to deny ventilator treatment to the sick, disabled and elderly.

Think you won’t get coronavirus outside? Think again.

“They want to kill me”: Many COVID-19 patients experience terrifying delusions.

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