“Warn” in the news
|tries to warn|
Publications and example sentences
· Trump wants 'crowd-like setting,' no face masks on last day of RNC, letter says →
Britain’s Prince William spoke out on the importance of safeguarding mental health during the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday, as he warned of the negative consequences on health care workers.
The New York Times
· These Athletes Had the Coronavirus. Will They Ever Be the Same? →
Experts warn that the virus does not discriminate.
· Markets not paying attention to climate crisis, IMF warns →
The increasing number of natural disasters over the past 50 years has been generally ignored by equity markets and tougher rules are needed to make investors aware of the dangers posed by the climate crisis, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
The New York Times
· Testing Is Key to Beating Coronavirus, Right? Japan Has Other Ideas →
And some warn that further waves of infection could undermine the government’s self-congratulatory pronouncements.
· Rishi Sunak confirms furlough scheme to be gradually withdrawn →
Sunak has previously warned the UK faces a “severe recession like no other”.
· Furloughed workers can go back to work part-time from 1 July, chancellor announces →
Kathleen Heycock, employment partner at law firm Farrer & Co, warned that women are more likely to be in the firing line for redundancy as the furlough scheme is wound down.
· Travel, toilets and sharing food: What safety advice should you follow when visiting friends and family? →
The government has warned that if this relaxation of lockdown measures across the UK results in an increase in coronavirus-related deaths or a rising in the R-number (the average number of people infected by every Covid-patient) they will be reassessed.
· Dominic Cummings and Boris Johnson have wrecked something precious →
It could be the flailing and floundering of Johnson before Wednesday’s liaison committee of MPs, a prime minister clueless as to the policies of his own government, or Thursday’s move to ease lockdown restrictions even as the chief scientific adviser warned that new infections are coming at a rate of 54,000 per week, a figure that, in his words, “urges caution”.
· Mrs. America’s many brands of feminism, discussed and dissected →
We see her quietly warn her son against practicing homosexuality, but we also see her enroll in law school, defiantly and with pride.