Milton Keynes' community radio station, MKFM, has made a decision to remove Rita Ora from its playlist after the pop star broke current coronavirus rules for her 30th birthday party.
It's reported up to 30 people were at the party, although she describes the event as a "small gathering". This was a serious and inexcusable error of judgment. "I'm deeply sorry for breaking the rules and in turn understand that this puts people at risk". I feel particularly embarrassed knowing first hand how hard people have worked to combat this bad illness and being fully aware of the sacrifices that people and businesses have made to help keep us all safe.
At one point during the party, which was held at a posh London restaurant, police were seen peering inside. "Even though this won't make it right, I want to sincerely apologise". According to Entertainment Tonight, 30 of Ora's closest friends were in attendance, including Cara Delevingne, despite the United Kingdom being in lockdown until December 2.
Under lockdown rules that end Wednesday, all pubs and restaurants in England must close except for takeout and delivery, and people are barred from meeting indoors with members of other households. Police are issuing fines, and the lockdown is over tomorrow.
His views on the handling the pandemic have been denounced by his peers at Stanford University's medical school and elsewhere. He has repeatedly downplayed the importance of face masks, and this month said lockdowns had been "an epic failure".
Le président Emmanuel Macron a dénoncé une " agression inacceptable " et des "images qui nous font honte" . Selon le patron de la police, "en 2020, 39 policiers ont été exclus de la police nationale, 34 en 2019.
January Brent crude futures, which will expire later on Monday, dropped 58 cents, or 1.2%, to $47.60 a barrel by 0008 GMT. A Reuters poll of 40 economists and analysts forecast Brent would average US$49.35 a barrel next year.
Apart from mild symptoms, he is otherwise fit and well, and the entire team sends him its very best wishes for a swift recovery. Mercedes has said that they will announce their replacement driver for this weekend's race in "due course".
De Blasio added that the city will address when middle school and high school students can return in the near future. The mayor put it this way: "Look, whatever happens ahead, we want this to be the plan going forward".
The mother had been mildly ill from the disease and was discharged from hospital after two-and-a-half weeks. Born on November 7, Aldrin is now part of a medical research being conducted by local doctors on the virus.
As of Sunday, the number of COVID-19 cases recorded in November had surpassed 4 million , doubling the figure recorded in October. Fauci told MSNBC that the task force expects a "surge superimposed upon that surge that we're already in" in the coming weeks.
A protest against the draft law, which has yet to pass a Senate vote, has been called for Saturday in Paris. Punishment for the crime will be imprisonment for up to 1 year, with a maximum fine of 45,000 euros.
HIV treatment target for 2020 to be missed
The Day is also celebrated to raise awareness about the disease and the need to know one's status through HIV testing. He said the AIDS epidemic that still affects millions of people globally must not be forgotten.