This is your mini update on the coronavirus in the U.K. Please be advised that the Southeast area of London is among the hardest hit areas of the region. Please remember to continually wash and cleanse your hands at all costs. Pro tip: Jam to one of your fave songs all the way through when washing your hands.
We’ve now learned from NHS officials:
- The UK has now recorded 273 cases of people whom have tested positive.
- As of this writing — officials in the U.K have tested more than 23,000 people and counting.
- The NHS and the government is asking for willing volunteers to turn up at hospitals and nursing homes to assist where possible (safety first though.)
- Football players for UEFA matches are banned from now shaking hands.
“This will be applied to all UEFA matches and is in line with recommendations made by the World Health Organisation to minimise potential transmission of COVID-19,” statement said.
On the other end of town in Derbyshire…
Meanwhile in New York, the governor has confirmed that at least 16 more people have tested positive. Heads up Brooklyn: That includes 3 residents in Brooklyn — two elderly and a person in their 30’s. The man in his 30 ‘s is believed to be in critical condition.