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UN warns of increasing cybercrime during pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

0:26 listening | 9 hrs ago

UN warns of increasing cybercrime during pandemic

"You have the United Nations is warning about a possible side effect of the corona virus a rise in cyber attacks the world agency says there's been a market increase in computer based crime including this six hundred percent spike in the transmission of malicious emails the virus outbreak has also brought an increase in the number of cyber attacks against health care organizations and medical research facilities all across the

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Schools reopen abroad with new rules to keep faculty and students safe

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

0:38 listening | 18 hrs ago

Schools reopen abroad with new rules to keep faculty and students safe

"Many of America's students will return to school tomorrow on the line most of the country's schools remain closed due to covert nineteen in some places students are already back in the classroom is more on the lessons we learned from overseas in Denmark the new normal comes with lots of new rules elementary schools we opened last month with roughly half the regular number of students per classroom lots of practice at hand washing and children only committed to play in designated groups of up to five some Danish parents claim they young children were being used as Guinea pigs and said older students should have gone back

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This week in 1953: Hillary and Tenzing conquer Everest

Rush Limbaugh

0:23 listening | 3 hrs ago

This week in 1953: Hillary and Tenzing conquer Everest

"Week in nineteen fifty three Edmund Hillary in New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay sherpa from Nepal become the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest which is twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth news of their achievement broke around the world on June second the day of Queen Elizabeth the second's coronation Britain's hailed it as a good omen for the country's future

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Dutch leader did not visit dying mother for weeks to comply with coronavirus lockdown

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

0:32 listening | 3 hrs ago

Dutch leader did not visit dying mother for weeks to comply with coronavirus lockdown

"More European countries are emerging from the lockdown things are being eased CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker with the update from London Greece has now re opened restaurants and cafes and restarted ferry services to its island Germany plans to relax its social distancing rules by late June I slimmed is now allowing gatherings of up to two hundred people but in a reminder of Kovitz continuing human cost the Dutch prime minister mark Ritter has confirmed he was unable to visit his dying mother in her final weeks because of the rule barring visitors from nursing homes

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German companies flying 200 workers to China in mass return

WTOP 24 Hour News

0:33 listening | 3 hrs ago

German companies flying 200 workers to China in mass return

"Flight flight carrying carrying about about two two hundred hundred workers workers of of German German companies companies isn't isn't to to China China is is set set to to arrive arrive there there Saturday Saturday the the first first mass mass return return of of foreign foreign workers workers since since Beijing Beijing barred barred most most visitors visitors from from overseas overseas two two months months ago ago to to fight fight covert covert nineteen nineteen the the flight flight is is being being organized organized by by the the German German chamber chamber of of commerce commerce in in China China which which says says workers workers got got visas visas under under a a fast fast track track program program aimed aimed at at helping helping revive revive the the Chinese Chinese economy economy China China had had barred barred most most foreigners foreigners including including those those with with residence residence permits permits in in an an attempt attempt to to avoid avoid re re importing importing the the virus virus from from abroad abroad

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Family says Stanley Ho, the Macao casino tycoon considered the father of modern gambling in China, has died at 98

America's First News

0:32 listening | 9 hrs ago

Family says Stanley Ho, the Macao casino tycoon considered the father of modern gambling in China, has died at 98

"Macau casino tycoon Stanley ho is dead at the age of ninety eight considered the father of modern gambling in China he was also Macau's richest person a lavish Spender and dashing ballroom dancer he secured a four decade monopoly on casinos and parlayed his home advantage to build the empire that still dominated the industry after it open to foreign companies in two thousand two wielding great influence both in Macau and neighboring Hong Kong his daughter said he died Tuesday his long eventful life track the ebb and flow of southern China's

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US military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya

Rush Limbaugh

0:39 listening | 4 hrs ago

US military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya

"The U. S. military's Africa command said today Russia has secretly moved fighter jets to Libya the U. S. military says Russia sent at least six fighter jets to a base in Libya to shore up mercenaries battling the U. N. backed government in Tripoli the U. S. Africa command said in a statement Russia had painted over the fighter jets to hide their origin the judge will likely provide close air support to the Wagner group Russian mercenaries supporting military forces the east led by holy for his star a NATO backed uprising ousted Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi in twenty eleven the country's been in chaos ever since at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson

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World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

The Gee and Ursula Show

0:28 listening | 4 hrs ago

World Health Organization warns of ‘second peak’ in areas where coronavirus is declining

"States are now reporting an uptick in new coronavirus cases involve this rise could reflect increased testing capacity public health experts have also warned opening too early could lead to a second wave Dr Michael Ryan is with the World Health Organization we we we cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on it's on it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way

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Francis to return to studio window, May 31

AP News Radio

0:46 listening | 4 hrs ago

Francis to return to studio window, May 31

"Pope Francis who is you are reciting press I'm giving his blessing to the faithful in St Peter's square well the people will have to stay a safe distance apart the Vatican says for may thirty one Francis will again appear the studio window overlooking the boss where his weekly public appearances that in pre pandemic times often drew tens of thousands of people with the disease because it nineteen operator one of the worst in Europe the Vatican it had to close to square to the public but now with the gradual easing of locked on measures it's really opened eyes has Saint Peter's basilica Vatican officials say the police would have to make sure those showing up for the appearances will respect the necessary into personal difference I'm sure most of them with as much

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Hong Kong protestors call for massive demonstration over new flag legislation

Balance of Power

5:04 listening | 4 hrs ago

Hong Kong protestors call for massive demonstration over new flag legislation

"Well in Hong Kong protesters a call the call the calling for a massive demonstration tomorrow as a legend of councils about to meet a new piece of legislation protecting the flag for more on this week's turnout arose in maths and she is Bloomberg international government executive editor Russell thank you so much for being here so as I say they're sort of to Pisa was was is we tend to think about the security legislation coming to Beijing but there's also one pending in Hong Kong as I understand it well that's right at that moment I took that to the flag obviously in Hong Kong but as far as really about the one central issue which is how much and in what way China encroaches on what Hong Kong sees as essential freedoms all people and companies home call rather see as essential freedoms that they sold was guaranteed with the handover of Hong Kong to China signed years ago and if they feel has being encouraged to call and and and that that's the question how Chinese guy kicking tile S. defense particularly that's happening in Hong Kong so you're saying that protests planned for tomorrow you could see those getting quite rowdy quite lazy possibly quite violent the question is just how much broad support is that still behind that great because you will see the hard core activists out to our age but otherwise is arrested home culturally still behind them today's hurricanes could be quite destructive but they may not be that sizable now because there are still restrictions on protests inside the protests in Hong Kong more than eight people eight Chrysler protests that at the moment but what we really need to try and understand is just how deep is the well still disappointment with China in Hong Kong locals lately so protests originally last year our number of almost half a million people I'll be at the point where we would start to see those number of people coming out again or are they simply worn down by a year a price tag bye said corona virus impact in Hong Kong by an economy that clearly in trouble and just one down to the point that they decided this is what it is exactly Rosalynn and that's why I had to borrow a term for the markets as Beijing basically price this in I mean they must have known there would be protests they must of not known to the United States might impose sanctions things like that the fact that they're willing to go forward the national people's Congress does that indicate basically Beijing's take a hard look at it the man I like it but they're willing to take the hit for the larger goal they have what seems to be the case that China is considering the moment here and there's a number of factors that come into that one is that there are legislative council elections in Hong Kong coming up in September and is a quite possibility that the majority and that would swing to opposition parliamentarians that they claim they want to get this done before that I want to get it done while of course people are still restricted in movement in Hong Kong and the house while the world's attention very much focused on the current virus and the difficulties that each country is having with that many countries are grappling with questions around I've seen their economies how to support their people in its linemen and that might be a good mind that to China to choose to do this they're obviously banking on the fact that international condemnation will be bad but the real hit to them from countries including U. S. and elsewhere might be limited on the white B. the appetite to have to hit them as hard as they could be affected in all the time so this was a finally this is the British gave Hong Kong back essentially to China it's been one country two systems some people think that may be gone now is that an overstatement to are we still gonna have one country two systems or as Beijing on the way to saying it's one country period full stop I would find a thoroughly Hazlett sectors to the idea of one country two systems also because I need to be careful in other areas including the capital and I don't of course when the front No Way international business including the banking sector too quickly the Hong Kong but one thing that's been interesting Mason is as hot as China's saying that I need home call as much as they did maybe ten years ago because I have a strong financial sector at hiring many international companies including banks can operate just on the border of mainland China and that does not fit in bed that can design considered promote the business of doing finance in China the trade that they trained three put the cursor Hong Kong and China is minimal so China has been saying for some time that we don't need Hong Kong as much as we used in the past did you think we might and baffle it's less important to us dissidents that maintaining pretense of one country two systems anymore because we can cut come coming out of the global financial system and it really doesn't matter that much so that's very much that thinking they were aware of at least say publicly that one's one that the cheapest and awful off the gate remains it's important for them to decide up front facing at least to the reality to many people is that it it it it's less of an issue a formal okay thank you so very much as R. bloomer calling Roslyn Matheson on Hong Kong

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LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

WBBM Late Morning News

0:19 listening | 6 hrs ago

LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

"America's America's biggest biggest airline airline lan lan tam tam is is filing filing for for chapter chapter eleven eleven bankruptcy bankruptcy here here in in the the US US passenger passenger and and cargo cargo flights flights will will continue continue to to operate operate tickets tickets are are still still good good employees employees will will still still get get paid paid during during the the process process the the CEO CEO says says the the airline airline was was profitable profitable for for the the pandemic pandemic now now needs needs to to shed shed some some of of its its mounting mounting deaths deaths

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A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

Derek Hunter

1:08 listening | 5 hrs ago

A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

"Twitter this morning doing show prep there's a story from the UK Daily Mail it included a video and they always they pay for video and you see videos like this all the time on social media and you just kind of wonder I mean I'd probably wouldn't bother they probably would have actually bothered me before I was a parent the fathers me double now yeah in northern Italy somebody found there's a twelve year old boy in the woods in there somebody's walking and then a giant brown bear comes out not far from this twelve year old boy and that their their headline that they tweeted out was moment boy has to keep his cool and tiptoe away as huge brown bear rears up behind him on walk in Italian hills and there's the video of it it's on a constant Lupin and just like who whips out their phone at this moment says well I must document this your first instinct when something horrible could happen is that without your phone and video tape it really screwed as as a a society society

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The Assistance Urban Refugees Need

UN News

1:14 listening | 6 hrs ago

The Assistance Urban Refugees Need

"Of thousands of refugees living in urban settings across the East Horn and Great Lakes regions of Africa are struggling to meet even basic needs as the economic impact of Covid nineteen takes hold the UN refugee agency. Unhcr has said on Tuesday. It appealed for MORE REFUGEES TO BE INCLUDED IN GOVERNMENT RESPONSE. Plans to the pandemic over and above the preventative. Health measures already taken. Unhcr fears that without further support. Many oven refugees could become extremely vulnerable to exploitation. They risk falling into major debt and could be forced into transactional sex or child labor to survive. Spokesperson Charlie actually said we do see different circumstances in different areas than in some places. Refugees are strongly affected by some of the measures that have been put in place as well as host communities because lockdown curfews implemented in this is daily restricting refugees abilities to sustain that sources of income and other places restrictions elusive a across the board businesses and economies have been affected by this in Rwanda. Most of the country's twelve thousand refugees have seen the family wage-earners lose their jobs. Misty actually said as businesses have closed after border restrictions

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Brothers allowed black widow to sting them believing they'd turn into Spider-Man

Chicks On the Right

0:41 listening | 6 hrs ago

Brothers allowed black widow to sting them believing they'd turn into Spider-Man

"Three young Bolivian brothers were hospitalized after getting bit by a Black Widow spider thank you and turn them into spider man my they shouldn't one purpose no no how old how old is the Marvel comic loving siblings ages twelve ten and eight found the spider while herding goats oh my gosh it would break bring them super hero powers they prodded it with a stick until it beat each of them and what happened to them my god they went to the hospital with fevers tremors and muscle pains they were successfully treated and discharged

LATAM becomes largest airline yet driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus

Bloomberg Markets

0:20 listening | 6 hrs ago

LATAM becomes largest airline yet driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus

"Airlines which is Latin America's largest air carrier sought bankruptcy court protection in New York after the Copa nineteen pandemic grounded flights across the region chapter eleven petition allows like them to keep on forty one lecture lane carrier works out a plan to pay creditors and turn around the business I have a bankruptcy loan but much is nine hundred million dollars on hand

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US company trials coronavirus vaccine candidate in Australia

Arizona's Morning News

0:24 listening | 6 hrs ago

US company trials coronavirus vaccine candidate in Australia

"Center a U. S. biotech company has begun injecting a corona virus vaccine candidate into people in Australia with hopes of releasing a proven vaccine this year a Novavax official says one hundred thirty one volunteers will get an injection of the first phase of the trial testing the sept the safety of the vaccine and looking for signs of its effectiveness about a dozen experimental vaccines are in the early stages of testing or poised to

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Couple Met On Dating App Stuck Together In Costa Rica On Third Date

The Bobby Bones Show

0:22 listening | 8 hrs ago

Couple Met On Dating App Stuck Together In Costa Rica On Third Date

"Couple met on a dating app one of the couple dates and they go more Thursday would like each other let's gonna ship Costa Rica but then corona hit they've been stuck for sixty seven days on the third I think there are a couple that met on a dating app has been stuck in Costa Rica for more than two months after traveling the country on the third day

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Asia Today: SKorea tracing cases before more students return

AP News Radio

0:39 listening | 10 hrs ago

Asia Today: SKorea tracing cases before more students return

"For a seventh consecutive day India has reported its biggest jump in corona virus cases the health ministry has counted one hundred forty five thousand total infection cases on the one day gain of just over six thousand five hundred most of the cases concentrated into neighboring states Maharashtra and Gujarat an uptick in cases has also been signals in some of the country's poorest eastern states as migrant workers returning to native villages from the largest cities have begun arriving home on special trains India's virus caseload has been climbing as looked down restrictions have eased I'm Charles the last month

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UK leader's aide says he won't quit over lockdown road trip

AP News Radio

0:46 listening | 10 hrs ago

UK leader's aide says he won't quit over lockdown road trip

"The junior government minister has quit the prime minister Boris Johnson's failure to follow his top aide to breaching looked on rules in Britain Johnson who stood by eight Dominic Cummings of his decision to drive two hundred fifty miles to his parents house despite a national order the people to remain home Cummings says he traveled so that extended family could care for his full year old son as he and his wife had suspected coronavirus but many Britons say Cummings has made a mockery of the sacrifices of people who followed national protocols now Scotland minister Douglas Ross who resigned over the matter saying in a letter the vast majority of people do not agree with Cummings his interpretation of the rules Charles the live as well London

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Europes data-privacy law turns 2. Has it actually made our information safer?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

5:32 listening | 11 hrs ago

Europes data-privacy law turns 2. Has it actually made our information safer?

"This week marks two years since the general data protection regulation went into effect you know. Gdp are for a while. They're in the before times. It's all anybody talked about. It's a massive set of data privacy regulations created by the European Union and affecting any companies. That operate there. It is also the template for California's new privacy law the CPA company spent millions of dollars on GDP. Our compliance people expected finds so big. They'd put big out of business and none of that exactly came to pass but what has the GDP are meant for consumer privacy and more importantly our awareness of how're data gets used by companies. Jessica Lee is a partner with the law firm. Loeb and Loeb who specializes in privacy and she says so far. It's a mixed legacy we've heard complaints. Gdp are is kind of you know the dog that didn't bite. It was supposed to come with all of these big fines and enforcement. And that's really what got companies scared into compliance and two years later. We'VE HAD SOME FINES. But we certainly haven't had two or four percent of you know annual turnover. No one's going out of business You know even at the very high and defined it's still you know there's nothing in the billion dollar range and I you know. The enforcement has sort of trickled out as opposed to been this mass explosion of enforcement and so I think that's caused some frustration on the enforcement side but that threat of enforcement caused a lot of companies really to comply and I think compliance was the point. And so that's why I would give it you know in the B. B. Plus Range So companies did make changes. Do you think those changes will be lasting? I do I think that after the are you know obviously in the US we have the CPA. There's a law in Brazil. Multiple countries are standing up their own privacy regulations while they're not you know kind of exact matches to the GDP are they do reflect a lot of the fundamental principles and. I don't think it really makes sense to stand up a program like Something that comply with the GDP are and then tear it down because there wasn't enforcement because there could be enforcement and I think that while we haven't seen it at the levels at some were hoping for the threat of enforcement I think will still cause companies to keep their compliance programs in place up to date not perfect. I won't say that everyone's perfect. Maybe that's part of the complaint but I think that will keep it on the radar as a priority. Do you think there's anything that has trickled down to consumers like I feel like the most visible change. Is the annoying cookie disclaimers like if anything the Internet. Got a little more annoying for us. I wonder are there any other benefits that you can point to? I think this as a general matter consumers generally or more cognizant of privacy online and I think we still have a long way to go a lot of my complaint with some of the privacy regulation is that it doesn't contemplate consumer education enough internally. I think that companies do implement the Judy Pr's principles that your data might be held and be processed in a more compliant fashion meaning. You're not collecting more than you need. Or maybe there's additional security controls in place or maybe it's not being shared as widely or without you know contractual protections. Maybe it was before so there are things that are benefiting consumers that they probably can't say do you think that GDP are actually really did change the way that companies think about data and privacy or that this sort of like ongoing awareness campaign will lead to sort of a philosophical shift companies? I do I think so. I probably has a bigger impact for US COMPANIES. And we're going to see this domino effect of privacy regulation that you know if you weren't thinking about it for GDP are you'll think about it for if you're not thinking about it. I see CPA. You'll be thinking about it for the law that ends up in your state or the federal law that we have like you'll they'll be get to a place you can't avoid kind of following these principles although we are now seeing those principles collide with the covid nineteen outbreak and we've talked to futurist and legal scholars who are saying privacy. Might end up being a bit of a casualty of the pandemic so I wonder how those laws are going to interact with what public health officials may see as a need for greater surveillance or more data. Oh definitely I mean. I think we were always headed toward surveillance and so these laws weren't going to stop us from getting surveillance. The goal would be to get us there in a more responsible fashion. Which is I think the benefit of the GDP are is that because it's principles based even if you do do a lot of data collection even if you do do enhanced surveillance I think there are still some fundamental principles that will be in place The US laws are kind of more spotty and more prescriptive and so we don't have that kind of principles based approach to privacy. And I think that's GONNA leave us in a tough spot because I do think that we always have to make a trade off right so online. Sometimes a trade off with data is do I want access to content for free or you know or do I am I am. I willing not to search on the site because I don't want to give them my information. I think the stakes are obviously much higher. Where we're talking about cove nineteen. I think people are going to be willing to accept. More surveillance will be willing to give over more data to get freedom right to be able to go back outside again with some level of comfort. We're going to be pushing in the direction of surveillance and the question is. Will we be doing it in a way where we have responsible rules in place? Are we going to do it in a way where we might be in a little bit of a free for All Jessica? Lee is a partner with the law firm. Loeb and Loeb. Who Specializes in privacy

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UN probe: Both Koreas violate armistice in gunfire exchange

Fox News Rundown

0:21 listening | 11 hrs ago

UN probe: Both Koreas violate armistice in gunfire exchange

"News a United Nations investigation into a recent exchange of gunfire between the two Koreas has determined that both countries violated an armistice that ended the Korean War in nineteen fifty three the American led you in command which oversees the armistice says its investigation found that North Korea breach the armistice by firing four rounds and South Korea by

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Coronavirus latest: US brings forward travel ban on Brazil

Dave Ramsey

0:27 listening | 18 hrs ago

Coronavirus latest: US brings forward travel ban on Brazil

"The travel suspension for Brazil is starting sooner than expected more from Brian shook the White House amended the effective date to begin Tuesday night up two days from the original date president trump announced Sunday he was placing travel restrictions on non US residents if they've been to Brazil within two weeks of their travel to the U. S. the coronavirus has spiked in the south American country as of late only the states had more cases of the virus then Brazil as of

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Self-Quarantine Violator Gets Four Months In Jail

BBC World Service

0:40 listening | 13 hrs ago

Self-Quarantine Violator Gets Four Months In Jail

"A court in South Korea has sentenced a twenty seven year old man to four months in prison for repeatedly breaking carreteras quarantine rules is the first conviction of its kind in the country Laura Baker reports the man who's only been identified by his last name Ken was asked to self isolated home for two weeks after coming into contact with covert nineteen patients he was caught leaving his house just two days before his fourteen day quarantine was due to end he was taken to a residential center but was once again caught trying to leave the maximum penalty is one you can present what a fine of around eight thousand dollars the court sentenced him to four months in jail

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Samsung Group heir questioned by prosecutors over contentious 2015 deal

BTV Simulcast

0:26 listening | 18 hrs ago

Samsung Group heir questioned by prosecutors over contentious 2015 deal

"And in fact Samsung boss Jay Y. Lee has been summoned by prosecutors in Seoul amid an investigation into alleged accounting fraud in the twenty fifteen merger of two affiliates that sealed his rise the call comes days after he publicly apologized for the conglomerate's Rowland scandals around the succession we will be asked about any illegal actions during the merger of sounds and C. and T. and Cheil

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Dominic Cummings fuels British anger after flouting lockdown

BBC World Service

0:54 listening | 14 hrs ago

Dominic Cummings fuels British anger after flouting lockdown

"British British prime prime minister minister Boris Boris Johnson Johnson will will try try to to refocus refocus attention attention on on his his government's government's handling handling of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic of of the the three three days days dominated dominated by by the the conduct conduct of of his his closest closest adviser adviser Dominic Dominic Cummings Cummings Mr Mr Johnson Johnson said said he he understood understood the the confusion confusion and and anger anger some some folks folks have have a a Mister Mister Cummings Cummings decision decision to to drive drive his his family family hundreds hundreds of of kilometers kilometers in in search search of of childcare childcare well well the the government's government's was was instructing instructing people people to to stay stay at at home home no no Dixon Dixon the the head head of of the the National National Health Health Service Service consideration consideration in in England England Wales Wales and and Northern Northern Ireland Ireland said said his his members members were were frustrated frustrated by by the the controversy controversy there's there's certainly certainly concern concern among among our our members members health health leaders leaders that that it it it it could could be be damaged damaged off off and and public public confidence confidence in in official official guidance guidance and and you you can't can't say say too too often often that that the the guidance guidance has has actually actually saved saved thousands thousands of of lives lives and and I I think think if if we we look look forward forward over over the the next next few few weeks weeks out out following following that that guidance guidance is is going going to to be be as as vital vital as as ever

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