Tuesday 12th January, 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.
Health Minister Matt Hancock said that there is no shortage of oxygen in the country to treat coronavirus patients, adding that some patients had to seek treatment in other hospitals when local stocks had been used up.
Britain’s policing minister Kit Malthouse said local cycle trips were acceptable under COVID-19 lockdown restrictions after Prime Minister Boris Johnson received criticism for riding to the Olympic Park in east London from Downing Street, which was a seven-mile trip.
Minister responsible for policing Kit Malthouse said that police will crack the whip on those who break rules meant to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and stricter measures could be implemented.
Federal law enforcement authorities released the photo of a suspect wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of US Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, Senator Bill Cassidy said on Twitter.
Tributes from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to IOC chief Thomas Bach poured in for retiring anti-doping crusader Dick Pound last week but there was understandably no applause from the likes of Lance Armstrong, Gary Bettman or Vladimir Putin.
Indonesian authorities have retrieved one of the black boxes from crashed Sriwijaya Air plane, a navy spokesman said.
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