The UK has decided to abandon the application for tracing contacts of patients with coronavirus developed by the public health service in favour of technology developed by Apple and Google

Coronavirus: UK Abandons Tracing Application in Favour of Apple-Google Technology

TRACING: Instead of its centralized application being tested for more than a month, the British executive will opt for the decentralized technology developed by the American digital giants The British government has decided to abandon the application for tracing contacts of patients with the new coronavirus developed by the public health service in favour of technology developed by […]

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The flag of the United Kingdom, January 30, 2020, during a demonstration against Brexit near the European Parliament in Brussels.

Post-Brexit Relations: Boris Johnson wants Agreement in July

The United Kingdom and the European Union resumed discussions Monday 15th June 2020 with a view to finding a favourable commercial relationship for the two parties. The European Union and the United Kingdom have agreed on Monday 15th June 2020 to give “new impetus” to the post-Brexit negotiations, in an impasse, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson even setting as a […]

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In England, all shops are due to reopen

Coronavirus: All Shops Reopen this Monday in England

DECONFINEMENT: A new stage of deconfinement crucial for the British economy Relief insight. All businesses are authorized to reopen in England on Monday in a new phase of deconfinement in the United Kingdom, crucial for the economy of the country hard hit by the pandemic of new coronavirus. Only stores deemed “essential” such as food stores and pharmacies remained open during confinement, decreed […]

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Emmanuel Macron and Prince Charles

Emmanuel Macron to Celebrate the June 18th Appeal in London

80TH ANNIVERSARY: The Head of State and his delegation will, however, escape the quarantine imposed on travellers entering the United Kingdom, in accordance with the exemptions provided for by the British government Emmanuel Macron will travel to London on Thursday to mark the 80th anniversary of the June 18 appeal launched by General de Gaulle, announced on […]

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Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Salah (d) wrestling with Bournemouth defender Jack Simpson during the Premier League match at Anfield on March 7, 2020.

Coronavirus: Premier League Plans to Restart on 8th June 2020

English Premier League Football and other sports have had discussions with the British government over when they can resume. The English Premier League plans to resume the season on the 8th June 2020, behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, in hopes of ending it on July 27, the Times said on Saturday. According to the British newspaper, the authorities of […]

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Coronavirus: 99-Year-Old Briton Collects 20 Million Pounds for Caregivers

He walked 100 lengths of his garden with his walker. Tom Moore has sparked extraordinary generosity, raising almost 23 million euros for hospitals. A 99-year-old Briton, Tom Moore, has become a true “hero” in his country after having collected more than 20 million pounds for caregivers walking 100 lengths of his garden with his walker. At a time when […]

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Boris Johnson has been released from hospital after suffering from Coronavirus Covid-19

Covid-19: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Released from Hospital

While in hospital in an intensive care unit because of the Coronavirus Covid-19, Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister was released from the hospital on Sunday 12th April 2020. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has Coronavirus Covid-19, was released on Sunday 12th April 2020 from London hospital where he had been treated for a week and will continue to recover. He […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a press conference on March 3, 2020 in London.

Coronavirus Covid-19: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Out of the Intensive Care Unit

Hospitalized since Monday 6th April 2020, Boris Johnson was transferred Thursday evening to another department of the hospital. He is now under medical supervision. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, contaminated by the new coronavirus, was released Thursday 9th April 2020 in intensive care and his government warned that it was necessary to prepare for an extension of containment to the worsening […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Minister of Health Matt Hancock, on a video capture of the British Parliament, in London on March 25, 2020.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Boris Johnson Placed in Intensive Care, Situation Worsens in the Rest of the World

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was placed, contaminated by the coronavirus for ten days, was placed in intensive care. To date, he is said to be “seriously ill”. The health of Boris Johnson, a patient of the Coronavirus Covid-19, has brutally deteriorated: the British Prime Minister is in intensive care this Tuesday, April 7, 2020, while the United States already has more […]

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Photo released on March 28, 2020 by 10 Downing Street of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson by videoconference from his home in London.

United Kingdom: Hospitalized, Prime Minister Boris Johnson “Stays in Control”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with coronavirus ten days ago, spent the night last night in the hospital for a thorough examination. Contaminated by the new coronavirus and now hospitalised, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson “remains in control”, according to his team, but leaves Downing Street without a captain at a time when the pandemic is worsening dramatically in […]

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