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French Industry Orgs Offer Safety Protocol Guidelines For Resumption Of Filming On Movies & TV

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Following Spain, India and others, France has outlined recommendations for on-set safety when filming gears back up again as coronavirus restrictions ease in the country. The Central Committee for Hygiene, Security and Working Conditions for TV and Film (CCHSCT) published its proposals today. The org noted that the suggestions are complementary to measures put in place by the government, and may be amended in the future.

France is in the third week of lifting some lockdown restrictions and the government is expected to release further overall information on Thursday. Cinemas are not anticipated

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Police say Dominic Cummings controversy will make lockdown impossible to enforce

Cummings' house where police visited - Police say Dominic Cummings controversy will make lockdown impossible to enforce - REUTERS
Cummings’ house where police visited – Police say Dominic Cummings controversy will make lockdown impossible to enforce – REUTERS

The police will no longer be able to enforce lockdown because Dominic Cummings’ actions have completely undermined their authority with the public, it was claimed last night.

Senior policing figures and frontline officers said they feared people would no longer be willing to adhere to the Government’s guidance, making their job virtually impossible.

Many senior officers had already admitted they were struggling to explain the rules to an increasingly confused public.

But after the Prime Minister’s most senior aide travelled 260

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How to Trade the New Bull Market As the Economy Begins to Reopen

The bull market is back. And stocks have been on a tear.

Pretty amazing, given where we were just a couple of months ago.

On March 11th, just 19 days after hitting all-time record highs, the historic 11-year bull market was stopped in its tracks due to the coronavirus, and a new bear market had begun.

It was the fastest we’d ever seen a bull market turn into a bear.

Stocks plunged as traders braced for the worst with the Dow falling as much as -38.4%, the S&P falling by -35.3%, and the Nasdaq falling by -32.5%.

But after spending

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What the National League will lose when MLB implements the universal DH

Jeff Samardzija’s billowing locks bounced on his pinstriped shoulders as he trotted around the bases. The mid-May weather was not unlike Wednesday’s, but it was 2013, so there was baseball.

The sun peaked through the clouds to warm Cubs fans in short sleeves. They filled Wrigley Field with whistles and cheers. Samardzija had just hit his last home run in a Cubs uniform.

Of course, neither Samardzija nor the fans in attendance knew that the next time the right-handed pitcher would go yard, Samardzija would be a Giant. Samardzija has hit three home runs in his 12-year career, and the

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Big buzz about Moderna’s small vaccine test; UN chief warns against countries putting economy above health

Pharmaceutical company Moderna announced positive results on Monday from the early stages of its trial for a potential vaccine and said it would continue on with the next stages.

Meanwhile, Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar blasted the World Health Organization Monday during its two-day assembly. The WHO and China signaled support for an investigation into the handling of the response to the coronavirus pandemic in the early days of the outbreak. Appearing by video link, Azar criticized the WHO’s failures, saying it had cost “many lives.”

The U.S. has the largest coronavirus outbreak in the world by

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