York area police on Wednesday announced 74 charges related to a month-long investigation into illegal gambling operations in Ontario. Along with making 29 arrests, police seized more than $ 10m in property, firearms, cash and high-end liquor:
Northern Ireland’s cumulative cases double per 100,000 a week
The number of seven-day cumulative cases per 100,000 population of Northern Ireland has almost doubled to 103.6 from 58.1 last week.
Robin Swan said it would be “unbelievable” that the empowered executive would not take steps to announce new measures after a meeting of ministers on Thursday.
The minister said that during the two-week full lockdown – a so-called circuit breaker – would not be introduced on Thursday, he anticipated the Halloween mid-term break, or possibly even such a move earlier.
“We are now seeing a serious crisis on the face,” he said. “I cannot put it in any more clear terms – a crisis for our health and social care service and for many victims of Kovid-19.”
Mr Swan said: “I am more concerned now about what I will lie in the next few months since I became health minister.”
Members of the household cannot currently be found indoors in Northern Ireland, while outdoor social gatherings are limited to six people from more than two households. The 11pm curfew will be applicable on Thursday after the pub and restaurant are closed.
Mr Swan indicated that further restrictions could include additional limitations on the hospitality sector, family and community relations, and personal travel.
He said that places where face covering was compulsory can be expanded.
The City of Derry and Strabane Council in Northern Ireland have the highest infection rates anywhere in the UK – more than 300 infections per 100,000 people.
Lost 34m job in Latin America
The ILO urged the countries of the region to adopt an immediate strategy to deal with the problem, reports AP.
The count surpassed previous estimates by ILOs in early August that the region had lost 14 million jobs.
The organization’s Latin America director and Caribbean, Vilnius Pinheiro, described it as an unprecedented challenge.
Pinheiro said economic activity had improved in the third quarter, with preliminary data suggesting a temporary recovery in employment.
He said the region faced structural problems such as low productivity, income inequality and a large percentage of people working with books.
The ILO figures were based on data from nine countries that constitute 80% of the region’s workforce.
ILO lists Latin America and the Caribbean as the most hit regions in the world in terms of hours of work, with a 20.9% decline in the first three quarters of the year compared to an average of 11.7% worldwide.
Madrid Lockdown Looms
But regional officials said that the verdict had no legal basis, setting the stage for political demonstrations in the region accounting for more than one-third of Spain’s 133,604 new cases in the past two weeks.
“Madrid’s health is Spain’s health.” Madrid is special, ”Health Minister Salvador Illa said at a news conference to announce new rules due to come into force in days.
The government said that the capital, with nine surrounding municipalities with more than 3 million people and at least 100,000 residents, has to look to the boundaries for outsiders for non-essential visits.
People will be allowed to cross boundaries for work, school, doctor visits or shopping, but not for leisure.
Other measures include closing bars and restaurants at 11 am, closing curfews as well as parks and playgrounds from 1 am onwards.
Social gatherings will be limited to six people.
Madrid has 735 cases per 100,000 people, the highest in any region of Europe and double the national rate of Spain.
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The new coronovirus restrictions announced by the Spanish government required residents of Madrid to be prevented from moving out of the city.
Here are the major developments of the last few hours:
- Experts warn that the virus is out of control in the UK. British health experts have acknowledged that Kovid-19 is out of control in the country as hospital numbers have increased despite new restrictions on social ceremonies. “The Chiefs are definitely going in the wrong direction,” the UK’s chief scientific advisor, Patrick Valence, told a government press conference that 7,108 cases and 71 deaths were reported.
- The pandemic travel recession could cost 46 million jobs globally. According to estimates published by the Aviation Industry Group, the impact of coronovirus on travel can be as high as 46 million jobs globally. The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) predicted that the travel slowdown and slow recovery would threaten 4.8 million aviation workers. And more than half of the 87.7 million total jobs are directly or indirectly supported by the sector, in related leisure industries and supply chains.
- There is no clear link between the school opening and the Kovid, Study finds. The widespread reopening of schools after lockdown and holidays is not usually associated with rising Kovid-19 rates, a study found in 191 countries, but 300 days of missed school days before lockdown closures The “pandemic learning debt” of 2020 will be dropped. Analysis by Insights for Education, a Geneva-based independent educational foundation, said 84% of those 300bn days would be lost by children from poor countries, and warned that 711 million students were still out of school.
- The survey finds younger people as diligent about Kovid as older people. According to global surveys, youth who question the conservatism of pubic youth said that young people are as diligent about the coronovirus hygiene route as their older peers, but more stressed by the epidemic and a percentage of their income to prevent it Be ready to give more. The infection rate is increasing.
- The Italian Senate was suspended after two members, Kovid-19, fell ill. Parliamentary activity was suspended, testing positive after Marco Cretti and Francesco Molem from the ruling Five Star Movement.
- The Czech Republic has to enter an emergency to control the surge in cases. Earlier, Health Minister Roman Primula said the government would call a state of emergency for 30 days, and limit gatherings for 20 people outside and 10 people at least within the first two weeks. Sports events will also be banned, while the secondary school will be closed and medical students will be called for help in hospitals for at least 14 days as part of the measure.