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· Coronavirus: Snooker becomes the first sport to return to live TV action in Britain →
The venue for the indoor sport is important - it not only stages the matches but has an on-site hotel too meaning players, officials and World Snooker Tour staff are contained at the complex until 11 June.
· More than 2 million British travellers able to avoid 14-day quarantine after travelling abroad →
NHS nurses, doctors and ancillary staff returning to Britain after a holiday to resume work are thought likely to qualify, along with a wide range of other medical and care professionals – including dentists.
· Health officials make last-minute plea to stop lockdown easing in England →
Dame Donna Kinnair, the chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, said staff were “anxious that easing lockdown could undo the progress we’ve made as a country in combatting this virus”.
· The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road →
AirMap, an airspace services platform for unmanned aircraft, cut its staff.
· Coalition gave private pathology companies lucrative Covid contracts →
The health department said the details are being worked on but the aim of the extra assistance is to help private pathologists retain permanent staff, and maintain rural or regional pathology collection and urban collection points in critical areas.
· Family of David Dungay, who died in custody, express solidarity with family of George Floyd →
Dungay’s family said they want the New South Wales director of public prosecutions to investigate whether charges could be laid against the prison officers involved, and they intend to lodge a complaint against the nursing staff involved in his treatment.
· Coronavirus: Care homes mentioned only twice in five months of Sage minutes →
The government has also faced stinging criticism from care leaders who revealed a £600m infection-control fund stopped them spending the money on protective equipment for staff.
The China Post
· Dispatches from Yosemite: Alone with the bears and beauty →
The only school inside the 1,200-square-mile (3,100-square-kilometer) park has three classrooms for 35 students in K-8th grades — the children of Yosemite’s essential staff who live in a residential area of the park and are watching over it while it’s closed.
· Racing at Newcastle leads way as professional sport returns →
“About 1,400 of 1,800 staff have been furloughed and there’s been a reduction of rates, but racecourses are still losing £8.2m a month until fixtures become profitable.
· Meet the Press - May 31, 2020 →
Pat McCrory, Mark Meadows, who you know well, a former North Carolina congressman, now the president's chief of staff, apparently he's the one that thinks, perhaps, this is a time for the president to do an Oval Office address.