|announced the closure||Kapatıldığını duyurdu|
|following the closure||Kapanıştan sonra|
|temporary closure||Geçici kapatma|
|until closure||Kapanana kadar|
|until its closure||Kapanana kadar|
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“The best venue for the legitimate concerns from the various sectors of society about the government’s economic stimulus packages to be aired and addressed is Parliament, and the continued lockdown of Parliament is not only a continued denial of Members of Parliament from playing their constitutional role of parliamentary oversight and scrutiny of the executive to ensure a high quality of governance, but a closure of avenues for the citizenry to have their grievances heard and resolved,” added Lim.
· Contact-tracing and peer pressure: how Japan has controlled coronavirus →
Physical distancing measures exist in Japan under the Special Measures Act, but the government can only encourage people to stay at home; closure of facilities can be requested, but offenders will not be punished.
· Online classes only short-term response, need to make schools resilient to turbulence: Nandan Nilekani →
The rapid shift to teaching and learning activities online prompted by closure of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic is only a “short-term response” and we need to fundamentally reimagine schools as a resilient system which can function under continuous turbulence, according to Infosys Chairman Nandan Nilekani.
· Tennessee voters must be allowed to vote safely – by mail – this November →
Droves of poll workers, understandably fearful of Covid-19, unexpectedly quit, resulting in the closure of 97% of Milwaukee’s polling places.
· Monzo customers shut out of accounts in lockdown →
However, Resolver, the independent online complaints resolution service, told Guardian Money it had seen a 153% increase in complaints about the company in May compared with April’s figure – with at least a third explicitly about account freezing or closure.