Brits dance in the streets in messy scenes as first weekend of freedom since pub gardens reopened begins

BRITS have danced in the streets in messy scenes on the first weekend of freedom since pub gardens reopened. Millions flocked to newly-reopened bars after lockdown restrictions were eased in England this week.

Drinkers ignore warning that UK is ‘losing control of Covid’

HIT THE TOWN as they hit bars on last Saturday before ‘Rule of 6’ rules Julia Atherley 12 Sep 2020 DRINKERS have ignored a warning that the UK is “losing control of Covid” as they hit the bars on the last Saturday before new lockdown rules come into effect. Groups of friends crammed into pubs […]

Revellers enjoy last Saturday night out before coronavirus ‘rule of six’ kicks in

Punters in popular London night spot Soho crowded the bars and streets before England’s new law prohibiting gatherings of more than six takes effect on Monday Revellers enjoyed one last boozy night out with mates before new rules banning gatherings in bigger groups kick in. The ‘rule of six’ takes effect in England on Monday […]


Chinese virologist who fled to US after coronavirus cover-up claims vows to publish evidence PROVING virus is manmade A CHINESE virologist who fled to the US after claiming China covered up the coronavirus outbreak has vowed to publish proof the virus was made in a lab. Dr Li Meng-Yan has previously backed claims Beijing tried to […]

Joe Biden claims 6,000 military members have been killed by Covid-19 – when in reality it is only seven

Joe Biden claimed 6,000 members of the military have died from coronavirus, when in fact the number is only seven. Video The Democratic presidential candidate was speaking during a campaign event in Warren, Michigan, on Wednesday.  His campaign team clarified he had mixed up the numbers for Michigan with those from the military shortly […]

‘It was time to start living again’: Michigan grandmother, 103, gets green frog tattooed on her arm to celebrate release from coronavirus lockdown in a nursing home

By Chris Jewers For Mailonline A 103-year-old Grandmother got her first tattoo to celebrate her escape from a nursing home after spending months isolated due to the coronavirus pandemic. Dorothy Pollack, 103, (pictured) decided to celebrate her discharge from a nursing home with a tattoo, an item on her bucket list

Montreal transit returning to mandatory front door boarding on Monday

© Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press Passengers disembark from a bus, Monday, July 27, 2020 in Montreal. Public transit in Montreal is returning to its usual ticket validation and boarding through the front doors on all bus lines as of Monday. The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) announced the reminder on Thursday after close […]

IAN BIRRELL: Why Sweden, pilloried by the whole world for refusing to lock down – with schools staying open and no face mask laws – may be having the last laugh as experts say Stockholm is close to achieving herd immunity

By Ian Birrell for The Mail on Sunday Published: 17:00 EDT, 8 August 2020 As she sat dangling her legs over the water while waiting for the ferry back to Stockholm, Carolinne Liden looked a picture of contentment after a day out on a sunny Swedish island.  But the pandemic has been tough for this […]

The Mask Slackers of 1918

As the influenza pandemic swept across the United States in 1918 and 1919, masks took a role in political and cultural wars. By Christine Hauser

Russian hackers ‘try to steal vaccine research’ in cyber attack on labs

author image James HockadayThursday 16 Jul 2020 2:10 pm Hackers linked to Russian intelligence agencies are targeting British scientists seeking to develop a coronavirus vaccine, spooks in the US, UK and Canada have warned. They say the APT29 hacking group, also known as the ‘Dukes’ or ‘Cozy Bear’ has been hitting medical organisations and universities […]

Vive le Canada libre du virus!

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown  3 hrs ago© Provided by The Canadian Press Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Here is what some of the provinces have announced so far: Newfoundland and Labrador The province entered […]

Sex workers offer to limit customers to two positions which ‘minimise the risk of transmitting coronavirus’ to enable brothels to end lockdown in Switzerland

Swiss sex workers have drawn up a list of rules which they say minimises the risk of transmitting coronavirus in brothels, in hopes that the country’s ban on the industry could soon be lifted.  It comes as Switzerland’s adult industry has been heavily hit by the pandemic, after the government placed a temporary ban on […]