· London doesn't always know best: how the north is choosing its own pace out of lockdown →
There was exasperation when, as belated moves were made in April to boost capacity to test for the virus, Whitehall contracted Deloitte to set up a drive-in test centre in the local Ikea car park.
· 'We have to protect our community: Native Americans launch patrols as protests threaten indigenous buildings →
While city authorities had imposed an 8pm curfew for the city, community leaders said they had been given permission from the office of mayor Jacob Frey to be on the streets in a protective capacity.
· 1,400-bedded Covid Care Centre operationalised in Chennai →
Cumulatively all such facilities have a “ready for use,” bed capacity of about 14,000 as on date and approximately 1,500 people were being treated in such centres, the official told P T I.
· Venues in crisis: 'We couldn't survive if we opened 10 nights a week' →
The club can hold just over 400 people and Grieve says it needs to operate at near capacity to pay the bills: “We operate on fairly tight margins.”
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· US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high →
After numerous closures, most pork plants have reopened but often not at full capacity, forcing pig farmers to euthanize animals that couldn’t be processed.
· Supreme Court rejects challenge to coronavirus limits on church services →
Roberts wrote in brief opinion that the restriction allowing churches to reopen at 25 percent of their capacity, with no more than 100 worshipers at a time, “appear consistent” with the First Amendment.
· Shift work and days at home on the cards to avoid public transport overcrowding →
Premier Daniel Andrews last week said public transport could remain safe at 15 per cent capacity as long as the coronavirus remained a threat, and called on people already working from home to continue to do so for at least another month.
· There's a powerful weapon Trump could use in his war with Big Tech →
Finding the balance in setting and enforcing content standards between digital platforms, with their unlimited capacity and unlimited access by anyone who wants it, is this century’s tech governance issue.
· Waymo’s robot minivans are ready to roll in the Bay Area for the first time since COVID-19 outbreak →
Temperature checks are required for anyone entering Waymo’s facilities, and maximum capacity will be enforced.