Global Experts Go Head-To-Head Over Claims the Coronavirus 'No Longer Exists Clinically'
"The swabs that were performed over the last 10 days showed a viral load in quantitative terms that was absolutely infinitesimal compared to the ones carried out on patients a month or two ago," he told RAI television Sunday, citing a study from Massimo Clementi, director of the Microbiology and Virology Laboratory at the San Raffaele hospital, that is reportedly due to be published shortly.
Your "immunity Passport" Future Begins to Materialize as Airlines Call for Digital Id Tracking Systems
"We foresee the need to collect more detailed passenger contact information which can be used for tracing purposes," the report states. "Where possible, the data should be collected in electronic form, and in advance of the passenger arriving at the airport including through eVisa and electronic travel authorization platforms."
From "Activist Post"
Britain Adrift: the United Kingdom's Search for a Post-Brexit Role
The search for a distinctive role continues to this day, now in much more trying circumstances. The two relationships that have defined British foreign policy for decades—with Europe and with the United States—are clouded by uncertainty, as a result of the United Kingdom's deliberate decision to leave the EU and U.S. President Donald Trump's disdain for NATO and free trade.
From "Foreign Affairs"
EU 'Green' Agenda Calls for Eating Bugs to Save the Planet
EU centric news site EURACTIV, noted that the policy is calling for eating bugs, and spoke to Constantin Muraru from the international platform of insects for food and feed (IPIFF), an EU non-profit organisation which represents the interests of the insect production sector. Muraru lauded the idea of both humans and animals eating more bugs, saying that there is "enormous potential."
From "Summit News"
Trump Threatens to Mobilize Military to Quell Protests; Crowd Tear-Gassed Ahead of Photo Op
President Donald Trump late Monday threatened to mobilize the U.S. military to keep the peace across the nation, following days of violent protests and minutes after federal police charged a crowd of peaceful demonstrators to clear a path for a presidential photo op.
George Floyd: Protests Double Overnight as Violence Spreads to 140 Cities
The number of cities in which protests sparked by the death of George Floyd have erupted has doubled overnight to 140. Anti-racism protesters again took to the streets in cities across the United States to voice their fury at police brutality as the Trump administration branded the instigators of five nights of rioting domestic terrorists.
From "Yahoo/The Telegraph "
More Than 50 Secret Service Agents Are Injured in Clashes Outside the White House: Rioters Throw Molotov Cocktails in Dc While Looters Trash Gucci and Chanel Stores in NYC on a Sixth Night of Violence in Cities Across the Us
Chaos has continued to unfold in cities across America with more than 50 Secret Service agents injured in clashes with protesters in Washington DC, police charging into demonstrators in New York City and lootings continuing to unfold in major cities like California, Philadelphia and Boston.
From "The Daily Mail"
Watch: U.S. National Guard Deployed as Protests Around the White House Flare
The White House's perimeter Saturday night swarmed with volatile demonstrators — following a nationwide outcry over the killing of an unarmed 46-year old black man, George Floyd, while being arrested by four Minneapolis police officers on Monday. One of the officers, Derek Chauvin, has been arrested and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.
In the New Downtown Future, Devoid of Office Workers, Every Day Could Be Sunday
As Ontario's government takes steps toward opening the real life economy outside Toronto, there is a strange mood among city dwellers and downtown workers. Looking to the future, with its epidemiological perils of subways and elevators and food courts, has caused concern that some of this might be permanent. Like most apocalyptic visions, it has been received with both fear and hope, dread and longing.
From "The National Post"
Bet Founder Robert Johnson Calls for $14 Trillion of Reparations for Slavery
Calling reparations the "affirmative action program of all time," Johnson said they would send the signal that white Americans acknowledge "damages that are owed" for the unequal playing field created by slavery and the decades since with a "wealth transfer to white Americans away from African Americans."