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Al Ahed News
About 1 hour ago

UK’s Johnson Moved out of ICU, Will Be ‘Closely Monitored’

United Kingdom:Johnson was last seen in public a week ago.
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American Herald Tribune
AHTribune
About 8 hours ago

Pray for Boris, but Forget about Yemen?

Following British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement on the 27th of March that he had tested positive for COVID-19, and his subsequent admission to the Intensive Care Unit of London’s St. Thomas’ Hospital last Sunday, the reaction of th...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 12 hours ago

UK PM Johnson leaves ICU, receiving 'close monitoring'

Prime Minister Boris Johnson left intensive care on Thursday evening as he continues to recover from COVID-19, but he remains under close monitoring in hospital, his office said on Thursday. Johnson, 55, was admitted to St Thomas’ Hospital on Sunday evening with a persistent high temperature and cough, and was rushed to intensive care on Monday where he spent three nights receiving treatment. 'The prime minister has been moved this evening from ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 16 hours ago

Sir Alex Ferguson thanks NHS

Sir Alex Ferguson has praised the NHS for 'saving my life' two years ago, and for its 'magnificent' response to the coronavirus pandemic. Ferguson’s comments came as Manchester United announced a package of additional measures to support the NHS, including medical and protective equipment, and use of the club’s vehicle fleet. 'I’m delighted we are now recognising the importance of our NHS, as I experienced two years ago after they saved my ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 18 hours ago

Leading doctor tells NHS staff not to waste PPE; causes outrage

One of Britain’s leading specialists has implored NHS staff not to squander personal protective equipment (PPE) by using it 'inappropriately' in case that leaves colleagues short of kit. Prof Andrew Goddard, the president of the Royal College of Physicians, urged doctors and nurses to be more careful with which PPE they use so that hospitals do not 'burn through' their supplies. He voiced concern that staff are depleting stocks of 'our most ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 20 hours ago

London Ambulance contractor 'stole face masks'

A contractor for the London Ambulance Service was arrested at the Edmonton Ambulance Station on Wednesday morning on suspicion of stealing "a large number" of face masks. The man, in his twenties, was allegedly trying to sell the face masks and other products online, according to the Metropolitan Police. He has been granted bail until a date in mid-April. Detective Inspector Jason Colby of the Met Police said he was "saddened" anyone ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 22 hours ago

Premier league club Southampton to defer players' wages

Southampton on Thursday became the first Premier League club to defer players' wages as a senior official for their union insisted they were doing their bit for the nation during the coronavirus pandemic. Southampton's players, manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, his staff and the club's directors will defer their salaries for April, May and June. The club said the measure would "help protect the future of the club, the staff that work within it ...
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 23 hours ago

UK’s BoJo “Improving” but Remains in Intensive Care

United Kingdom:Boris Johnson’s condition was said to be ’improving’, as he spent a third day in intensive care battling the coronavirus.
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Press TV
Press TV
About 1 day ago

Suicide rate in England hit record high in 2019

New figures show that the rate of suicides in England reached 11.4 deaths per 100,000 people in the last quarter of 2019, marking a 19-year high. According to data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday, 1,413 suicides were recorded in the last three months of 2019, compared with 1,130 in the same period of 2017, marking a 25-percent increase. Data from the ONS also showed that 74 percent ...
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