Some states said they were running out of places to store bodies as the country reported its highest daily death toll in more than a month.
The UK and Canada both extend their lockdowns and British government officials say they will not extend the Brexit transition. President Trump has backed down from his claims of authority over individual states and announced a three point plan to reopening the country - as a record 22 million people applied for unemployment.
US President Trump halted funding for the World Health Organisation saying he wants to investigate their handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Canada has extended its lockdown with prime minister Justin Trudeau encouraging people to be disciplined. New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Arden and cabinet ministers will take a 20% pay cut in a move of solidarity with the people of New Zealand affected by coronavirus. And toy maker LEGO has modified their machines to manufacture personal protective equipment for frontlines workers.
Donald Trump’s doing it his way. The rest of the world is reacting in another.
The climate activist found a positive outlook, somehow.
Cost-sharing arrangement with the Met in the UK will end “in the coming weeks”.
Homes and cars were almost completely buried, as thousands of households were left without power in the wake of the storm.
Consider: they could live right down the street from Drake.
The Duchess of Sussex had been expected to take part in Sandringham summit by phone.