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· Carlo Ancelotti has fingers crossed after Everton injury blow →
Mason Holgate was forced off after 36 minutes of the game against Spurs with what looked like a shin issue
· Trump news - live: President accused of being ‘co-conspirator of Covid’ as Fauci warns US still firmly within first wave and Miami restaurants close again →
With the US currently on almost 3m coronavirus cases and 130,000 deaths, top infectious diseases expert Dr Anthony Fauci has again sounded the alarm, warning the US situation is “really not good” and “still knee-deep in the first wave” of the pandemic as Miami is forced to re-close its restaurants due to a spiking infection rate.
· UK and Ireland holidays: where can you go, and when? →
But the island’s state of emergency was renewed on 16 June and will continue in force until 15 July 2020 at the earliest.
· Coronavirus MAPPED: The 26 cities & counties where COVID-19 is RISING - is YOURS affected? →
Non-essential shops were forced to close from June 30 and schools followed suit on July 2.
· FICCI Frames 2020: Google’s Sanjay Gupta on the need to engage in conversation about trade and economic recovery →
We were living in a different world and the spread of Covid-19 has forced the world to engage in a conversation about trade, interdependence and economic recovery, Sanjay Gupta, country manager and vice president – Google India and chairman – FICCI, media and entertainment committee, said.
· Face masks for kids: Where to buy face coverings for children as lockdown eases →
The new rules, which came into force on 15 June, mean that anyone travelling by train, Tube, bus, ferry or plane in England should be wearing a face covering.
· How can I get a refund on my cancelled holiday, flight or cruise? →
But if many people do the same it could force companies out of business even faster.
· Eighty-one Aquanita horses face disqualification →
However, whether owners of disqualified Aquanita runners will be forced to repay winnings will be a matter for the Racing Victoria board and/or chief executive Giles Thompson.
· UK newspaper publisher Reach to cut 550 jobs on virus fallout →
LONDON, July 7 — Reach, publisher of UK newspapers Daily Mirror and Daily Express, plans to axe about 550 jobs as the coronavirus forces readers online and slashes advertising revenues, it said today.
· Scottish gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Aberdeen, Raith Rovers →
Raith Rovers chairman Bill Clark says the club will decide in the next 48 hours whether to continue their legal battle as he conceded the spiralling costs could force the club out of business.