The Rialto casino in London gets ready to welcome back customers for the firsttime in four months, after it was among the businesses included in the latesteasing of lockdown. Theatres, bowling alleys and beauty salons offeringtreatments to the face will also be allowed to reopen from this weekend.
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Rail passengers arrive at London's St Pancras Station on Eurostar, afterlearning France has been added to the UK quarantine list and those returningfrom the country will be expected to quarantine fro 14 days. PassengerStephanie Thiagharajah and HS1 chief executive Dyan Crowther give their view.
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Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department, Awanish K Awasthi on July 05 stated that 29,117 COVID-19 samples were tested in UP on July 04. "Soon we will achieve 30,000 COVID-19 samples test in a day," he added.
Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department, Awanish K Awasthi on July 05 briefed the detail reports of COVID-19 situation in the state. He said in the last 24 hours 1,155 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the state. 12 deaths also have been reported in UP in last 24 hours, which takes the total deaths in the state to 785.
Country singer Dolly Parton is making it clear that she supports the Black Lives Matter movement. In 2018, she changed the name of the Dixie Stampede to just Stampede. This was after she became aware that the term "Dixie" is associated with the Confederacy. "When they said 'Dixie' was an offensive word, I thought, 'Well, I don't want to offend anybody." Other country bands such as Lady Antebellum and The Dixie Chicks also changed their names.
Does country music legend Dolly Parton support the Black Lives Matter movement? Her answer is a no-brainer. “I understand people having to make themselves known and felt and seen,” the 74-year-old star recently told Billboard, sharing her support for the ongoing movement but admitting that she hasn’t attended any protests. “And of course Black lives matter.
Local Fraternal Order of Police president Dan Hils said Tuesday afternoon that two weeks of protests showed that the department is worth an extra investment. Black Lives Matter activists, whose outrage..