“Vulnerable” in the news
|vulnerable to attack|
Publications and example sentences
· 'We just do what we have to do': frontline health workers on COVID-19 →
“The clinical work that we do on healthcare workers is often hands-on and can’t be done at a distance, [as healthcare facilitators] we are particularly vulnerable due to the type of work that we do,” she said.
· India's migrant exodus spreads coronavirus to hinterlands →
Not only did they take their meagre belongings with them, but, like Shaw, many are carrying coronavirus to India's vulnerable rural hinterlands, where healthcare provision is some of the worst in the world.
· Morning mail: Nobel laureate's climate plea, Covidsafe fails, universities in dire straits →
Annika Linde, who oversaw Sweden’s response to swine flu and Sars, says Sweden has failed vulnerable people.
· Johnson's defence of Cummings sparks anger from allies and opponents alike →
A few minutes earlier, the Rt Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, bishop of Ripon, wrote: “Integrity, trust and leadership were never there; just a driven misguided ideology of power that has total disregard for the most weak and vulnerable, and those who work to protect and care for us with relatively low pay.”
The New York Times
· The Coronavirus Doesn't Mean We Can Forget Our Promise to Veterans →
This is a time to double down on our obligations to one another and to take the long view, particularly as it concerns the most vulnerable among us.
· Sovereign rating: Economists shrug off downgrade fear amid Covid crisis →
As part of this Rs 1.7-lakh-crore relief package for the poor and the vulnerable, the government had on March 26 announced the transfer of Rs 500 a month to 20.4 crore women Jan Dhan account holders for three months.
· We should be talking about how British children will return to school, not when →
Schools have remained open for vulnerable pupils and the children of key workers.
· The Guardian view on prisoners in lockdown: too much solitude →
Ministers must now decide how vulnerable prisoners are to be protected and explain why its early release scheme flopped.
· By backing Cummings, Johnson has laid bare his disdain for the British public →
The Cummings scandal has arrived at a vulnerable moment.
· Help the Hungry: Campaign sees victims of modern slavery learn new cooking skills with food deliveries →
Charity explains how fresh food packages are helping a new group of vulnerable people in the kitchen