“Protocol” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· A message to the crooked cops of America from a George Floyd protester: We need you →
Granted, the institution of policing, as many of us know, is racist — but this letter is a plea and a call for support from cops who don’t follow orders or protocol; cops who are in solidarity with protesters; who turn a blind eye to burning and looting; who understand the deep frustration and moral logic behind what’s happening in Minnesota and beyond.
· Outside groups spending big for Greenfield in Iowa with primary a day away →
Roy Cooper’s office, dated Thursday, on proceeding with the convention, asking the governor to sign off on some “safety protocols,” including pre-travel health surveys and thermal scans of all mandatory attendees.
· Covid-19: Italian FA chief hopeful small number of fans can attend games →
Matches will be played behind closed doors and adhering to a strict health protocol.
· Troy Deeney misses training through illness with Watford expecting striker to take coronavirus test this week →
Deeney has been absent from training since 19 May, when players were permitted to return to group training under social distancing protocols as part of the Premier League’s Project Restart.
· Few tourists -- but no gladiators -- at Rome's Colosseum →
The massive amphitheatre, which witnessed savage fights and the gory deaths of unlucky gladiators and wild animals centuries ago, was eerily silent as the first tourists passed through its gates with new health protocols in place.
· As states open up, should you sanitize your mail and packages? Here's your COVID-19 home delivery guide →
If you have space available, as an extra precaution, you can leave your mail and packages untouched for 24 hours, but still follow the same hand-washing protocol after opening.
· The White House went dark as protests raged outside →
Although it’s unclear whether first lady Melania and son Barron Trump were also taken to the bunker, security protocol would have required them to be sheltered as well.
· Samsung’s rotating mobile-friendly TV goes on sale for $1,999 →
iPhone users, meanwhile, will have to use a remote, voice command, or the SmartThings app to manually rotate the TV and then use a protocol like AirPlay 2 to stream content.