Friday, 31st July Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the next stage of easing curbs would be put on hold for at least two weeks because of the rise in coronavirus cases.
The Prime Minister said that residents of England are required to wear face masks in cinemas, places of worship, museums and art galleries from August 8.
Chief negotiator David Frost said that Britain and the EU have agreed to continue discussing a free trade agreement until October 2.
A few weeks after President Donald Trump’s administration first refused to let Dr Anthony Fauci address the panel, the top US infectious disease expert will testify before a coronavirus subcommittee in Congress.
An official of the Luxembourg government said that the state is being unfairly projected as Europe’s sick man after it was added to the UK’s quarantine list.
By wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing, Muslims across Asia took part in Eid al-Adha prayers in mosques with reduced capacity and on the streets.
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