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Watford – Southampton is the sole Premier League game on Sunday (start time, 11:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via as the Hornets are in a relegation scrap and the Saints hope for a top 10 finish.

Watford’s relegation problems have been further hampered by Andre Gray, Nathaniel Chalobah, and Domingos Quina attending a reported 20-person party at Gray’s house. The club simply stated the players were omitted for “the health concerns” of players, staff, and officials.

Nigel Pearson’s side will see this as a very winnable game as they sit outside the relegation zone by just one point and have drawn with Leicester and lost at Burnley since the restart. Saints lost 2-0 against Arsenal last time out after Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side hammered Norwich in the first game of the restart.


This clash will see Southampton’s high-pressing come up against the sturdy

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Coronavirus positive: Good news round up

Undated handout photo issued by St Moritz Hotel & Spa of individual striped beach huts near Rock, Cornwall, where the hotel has been building a purpose-built socially distanced restaurant believed to be the first of its kind. - St Moritz Hotel & Spa
Undated handout photo issued by St Moritz Hotel & Spa of individual striped beach huts near Rock, Cornwall, where the hotel has been building a purpose-built socially distanced restaurant believed to be the first of its kind. – St Moritz Hotel & Spa

News of socially distanced dining to end the week, with what is thought to be the UK’s first purpose-built socially distant restaurant.

St Moritz Hotel & Spa, near Rock in Cornwall, will be able to welcome guests in self-contained accommodation from July 4 – and there will be a restaurant perfect for these unprecedented times for patrons to enjoy as well.

The eatery will see guests seated in private dining rooms, and what it might lack in the hustle and bustle of a busy restaurant from pre-Covid times, it will more than make up for in a sense of luxury and ocassion.

Business in Cornwall has been

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Politics latest news: Germany’s Covid R-rate rise is ‘concerning’

Boris Johnson's plans to liberalise Sunday trading laws look to be in trouble - JESSICA TAYLOR/UK PARLIAMENT HANDOUT/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
Boris Johnson’s plans to liberalise Sunday trading laws look to be in trouble – JESSICA TAYLOR/UK PARLIAMENT HANDOUT/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

The UK Government is closely watching the situation in Germany, where the reproduction rate of coronavirus has almost tripled in just a few days, with a minister saying this morning it was “concerning”. ​

Boris Johnson is expected to update his most senior Cabinet colleagues on the result of the two-metre rule as he prepares to reopen the UK’s hospitality and tourism sectors early next month. The Prime Minister is expected to finalise plans with his C-19 strategy committee, setting out how pubs, restaurants, cafes and hairdressers can reopen in some form from July 4

But James Brokenshire, the security minister, told BBC Breakfast the international experience and understanding of the virus had evolved in recent weeks and the decision would be informed by “the best, most up to date science” and

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Coronavirus latest news: under 20s are half as susceptible to Covid-19, new study suggests

Young people under 20 are half as susceptible to Covid-19, a new study has suggested. 

The modelling study, developed by researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, also found that clinical Covid-19 symptoms appeared in 21 per cent of infections among 10 to 19-year-olds, compared to 69 per cent of adults over 70.

Researchers say understanding the role of age in the transmission and disease severity of Covid-19 is crucial for determining the impact of social distancing interventions as well as accurately estimating the number of cases worldwide.

Rosalind Eggo and Nicholas Davies, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, developed the age-based transmission model with data from 32 locations in six countries – China, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Canada and South Korea.

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Fox News and 25 More Companies That Faced Public Backlash

No matter how great the product or how strong the marketing, no company is immune to public backlash. For decades, consumers have used their wallets to make a statement, from the political to the personal.

And in the social media age, negative news spreads faster than ever. Here are 26 examples of companies that faced outrage for actions that range from launching thoughtless advertising campaigns to producing dangerous chemicals. Find out what these companies did that inspired public outcry.

Last updated: June 15, 2020. Pictured: Tucker Carlson speaks onstage during Politicon 2018 at Los Angeles Convention Center on October 21, 2018.

Host Tucker Carlson, in the June 8 edition of his Fox News program “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” said about the growing anti-racism protests across the country, “This may be a lot of things, this moment we’re living through, but it is definitely not about black lives, and remember that when … Read More

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Montgomery: The capital is now the heart of the state’s pandemic crisis after a two-week surge in new coronavirus cases rocketed Montgomery County past Alabama’s larger counties. The city’s 2,791 COVID-19 cases are the most in the state, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health. More than 1,000 new cases have been confirmed over the past 14 days in Montgomery County, which at about 225,000 people is only the state’s fourth most populous. Fewer people have been tested in Montgomery County than Mobile County, the second hardest-hit, but the rate of positives is significantly higher around the capital. In a news release, the ADPH cited outbreaks at workplaces and long-term care facilities, although it noted that large gatherings during the Memorial Day holiday may have contributed to the surge. Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed had proposed making mask-wearing mandatory but withdrew the idea earlier this month when it failed

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Coronavirus fake news causing patients to refuse hospital admission, medics tell MPs

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Coronavirus patients are refusing to be admitted to hospital because of fake news messages on WhatsApp saying doctors will kill them, frontline medics have warned MPs.

Dr Megan Emma Smith, a senior consultant anesthetist, said she was seeing patients arrive at hospital “unbelievably sick” because social media misinformation had frightened them into not coming or into trying quack remedies instead.

Appearing before the culture select committee on Thursday, a 111 operator also warned that misleading posts about Covid-19 had “eroded” public trust in the NHS and said he was having to convince callers that doctors and nurses were “on their side”.

The comments came as MPs investigated the impact of fake news during the pandemic and what measures social media giants are taking to suppress potentially deadly misinformation.

Dr Smith, based at the Royal Free Hopsital in London, said many virus patients she was

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Maison & Objet Moves Fall Fair Online, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin School to Relocate, and More News This Week

From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.

In Pursuit of a More Just World

Nonprofit Rallies Street Artists for a Cause

Italian nonprofit Yourban 2030 has produced a global street art campaign designed to raise funds for Black Lives Matter initiatives and a number of NGOs, as well as to support those particularly impacted by the pandemic. The program, called Color 4 Action, features black-and-white works by artists including Shepard Fairey (known for the iconic Barack Obama “Hope” design), Ron English, Jeremy Fish, and Okuda. Donors who give $25 or more to one of the supported organizations receive a link to download the artists’ coloring book–style drawings.

Design Companies Continue to Step Up

On June 26, East Fork is set to stage its annual fundraiser for Campaign

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