England will allow meetings in parks and Leeds
England will allow meetings in parks and sports games
“Boris Johnson announced a“contingent plan ” for opening a society after quarantine, which from this Wednesday will allow the inhabitants of England to spend more time on the street. They outline to permit residents to go out without time limits — for physical training, relaxing in parks and sports (the latter only with those who live together), ” the massage said.
Also, citizens who do not live together will be permitted to meet, provided that it will be in the parks and in compliance with 2 meters of the distance. Workers who, by the nature of their work, cannot work from home will be able to return to work. But the rest is asked to keep on to work remotely. People are asked, as before, not to leave home unnecessarily and to avoid travel by public transport.
While this is a preliminary plan, the final decision should appear before the end of Monday.
Other News by This Author
Plans set to ramp up coronavirus testing in Leeds.
UK government is planning to increase the number of testing in Leeds with new drive-thru testing centers at Temple Green Park and Ride. The plans are set to conduct at least 1,000 tests a day at this center. These testing centers have been opened to test more and more workers in the city. Leeds City Council has reported that over 57,000 health workers will be assigned to expand testing at this drive-thru center. Mobile testing units and kits will be sent to the center to ramp up coronavirus testing.
The government has announced that anyone above 65 and key workers showing any symptoms of COVID-19 can take the test at this center. Currently, 1,300 cases have been confirmed of coronavirus along with 358 fatalities between March 27 and April 28.
114 people dead in Leeds care homes due to COVID-19.
Leeds City Council has announced the total death tolls in the city due to novel coronavirus. As per their reports, a total of 358 people died after contracting with coronavirus in between March 27 and April 28. Out of these cases, 114 people belong to the care homes of the city. Also, 97% of these COVID-19 patients are the residents of Leeds.
The Care Quality Commission has stated that 70 of the fatalities of care homes have occurred in these last weeks. Cllr Judith Blake, leader of the council, has consoled for these people and expressed condolences for their loved ones. The council has reported that currently, 57,000 health and care workers are working for the drive-thru testing of coronavirus in the city.
Other News Leeds
Leeds postman starts a new duty as a coronavirus health worker.
A postman has started a new job as an ambulance driver with Yorkshire Ambulance Service. James Tilley, a postman of Yorkshire coast, has put a step forward to help the coronavirus patients as per his capability. He has started working as a temporary ambulance driver and has hung up his Royal Mail uniform. As a local postman, he is a familiar face in his hometown. The enthusiasm of the young man in the battle against coronavirus is inspiring.
Tilley will isolate himself for his wife and daughter for their protection. He will be working as an ambulance driver for the next three months with 12-hours shifts and will take all the emergency cases in the area across Yorkshire. He said his family is supporting him for this new life.
Former Leeds pharmacist and Rotary member die from coronavirus.
Bruce Hammond, a famous former pharmacist of Leeds and member of the Rotary Club of Aireborough, died on April 6 after contracting COVID-19. The 89-year-old man went on a cruise ship holiday with her wife Angela before her wife found positive for coronavirus. Afterwards, he also got admitted to the hospital for the same. Her wife recovered before the retired pharmacist passed away.
The other rotary members and his friends have paid tribute to him and called addressed him as a "gentleman and compassionate Rotarian." He first joined the rotary club in the year 1980 and then rejoined in April 1996. Rotary District Governor, Manoj Joshi, has also passed his words of condolences for him.
Other News United Kingdom
Found evidence of the hot bowels of Mars
Scientists claim that a meteorite formed deep beneath the surface of Mars is the first chemical evidence of magma convection (its constant movement) in the mantle layer.
For many years, we thought Mars was dead. A dusty, dry, barren planet where nothing happens. Only the winds blow. However, evidence has recently begun to appear that there is volcanic and geological activity on Mars.
Crystals of olivine (rock-forming mineral) in the Tissint meteorite, which fell to the Earth in 2011, could be formed only at temperature differences of about 574-582 million years ago. And this process can take place on the Red Planet today.
“Previously, there was no evidence of convection on Mars,” explains planetary geologist Nicola Marie of the University of Glasgow. “This is the first study that proves activity in the bowels of Mars from a chemical point of view and using a real Martian sample.”
When Marie and his colleagues began to study olivine crystals in the Tissint meteorite, they discovered something strange: the crystals were distributed unevenly in a piece of rock, forming phosphorus-rich veins. The same veins are found on Earth - a trap of solute. It was unexpected to find them on Mars.
“This happens when the crystal growth rate exceeds the rate at which phosphorus can be evenly distributed throughout the rock, penetrating its crystalline structure,” explained Nicola Marie. Traces of nickel and cobalt have confirmed previous evidence that a piece of rock came from the depths of the Martian crust - from 40 to 80 kilometers below the surface of Mars.
The Martian mantle probably had a temperature of about 1560 degrees Celsius. The Earth’s mantle (1650 degrees Celsius) 2.5-4 million years ago had the same temperature.
This does not mean that Mars is like the early Earth. But this means that Mars could store a lot of heat. “I think Mars can still be volcanically active - the results of the study indicate this,” said Marie. “We may not observe a volcanic eruption on Mars for the next 5 million years, but this does not mean that the planet is inactive. This may mean that the periods between eruptions on Mars and the Earth are different. "
UK has got ahead of Italy in COVID-19 infections
During the pandemic of the new corona virus, 219,070 people fell ill with COVID-19 in Italy. At the same time, 220,449 cases of the disease have already been recorded in the UK. In the UK, with 220,449 (+ 3,923 patients over the past day) cases, 31,855 people died, 1,002 patients have already recovered. The first two cases diagnosed with COVID-19 in the country were discovered on January 31.
In Italy, with 219,070 (+802) cases, 30,560 died, 105,186 people recovered. On February 7, the country confirmed the first case of corona virus.