No queues at giant testing site near Manchester airport

So where are all the sick people? Coronavirus testing centres stand deserted as Government urges more people with symptoms to apply for one under new ‘Test and Trace’ regime

  • Government has announced test and trace scheme will begin from May 28 without NHS coronavirus app
  • Testing capacity is at 161,000 a day but latest numbers show that only 117,000 were carried out today
  • Regional testing centres at Glasgow and Manchester Airports and in Weston-super-Mare stood empty today
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Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced the introduction of the new Test and Trace programme to bring the coronavirus under control, as concerns were raised over the Government’s testing regime.

At the Downing Street briefing today, Mr Hancock said the new system would be up and running by 9am tomorrow without the NHS’ coronavirus app that records close contacts as the Government attempt to push ahead with its plan to bring an end to the nationwide lockdown.

It was also revealed that coronavirus tests will be made available to everyone with symptoms in a bid to reach Boris Johnson’s target of 200,000 tests a day.

But it was a different story at several drive-in testing sites across the country, with airport and outlet store car parks almost deserted in the middle of the day.

Testing capacity now stands at 161,000 a day, but the latest numbers showed that only 117,000 were carried out. 

Photographs taken at Glasgow and Manchester Airports’ testing centres showed only one or two cars at clinical tents while soldiers were left waiting for vehicles to arrive at a car park in Weston-super-Mare.

The lack of upscaling in tests being carried out, despite pledges by Government ministers of ‘ramping up’, has led to criticism that more should be done to encourage key workers and others to get tested.

Figures for yesterday showed that 84 per cent of all tests taken at drive-in centres were returned within 24 hours, and 95 per cent of all tests within 48 hours.

Drive-in testing centres across the country were today left empty as the Government announced the start of the Test and Trace programme to help bring coronavirus under control. Pictured: Manchester Airport

Soldiers were left waiting for vehicles to arrive at a newly opened mobile test centre staffed by the army in Locking Road car park in Weston-super-Mare

Photographs taken at Glasgow Airport’s car park test centre showed the national picture of unfilled testing centres

Testing capacity now stands at 161,000 a day, but the latest numbers showed that only 117,000 were carried out

Baroness Dido Harding, who has been appointed chair of the NHS Test and Trace programme, said of the figures: ‘I still don’t think that’s good enough. It’s got to get better and better.’ 

The Government is pinning its hopes of ending the nationwide lockdown on the success of the test and trace scheme.

But it will go live tomorrow, earlier than the June 1 launch date which had been anticipated, without the NHSX coronavirus app which digitally records close contacts and will massively speed up the contact tracing process.

Baroness Harding claimed the app is just the ‘cherry on the cake, not the cake itself’ but ministers had wanted the technology, currently being trialled on the Isle of Wight, to roll out nationwide in the middle of this month.

But problems with its development have seen it delayed which means the new scheme will initially be entirely reliant on an army of 25,000 contact tracers to track people down and prevent a second wave of infections.

Ms Harding did concede that the rollout of the massive new system is unlikely to be straightforward as she said: ‘There will be some kinks, for sure.’

There remain major question marks over how the system will work in practice with ministers not intending to fine people who refuse to self-isolate. 

The lack of upscaling in tests being carried out, despite pledges by Government ministers of ‘ramping up’, has led to criticism that more should be done to encourage key workers and others to get tested.

Figures for yesterday showed that 84 per cent of all tests taken at drive-in centres were returned within 24 hours, and 95 per cent of all tests within 48 hours

Baroness Dido Harding, who has been appointed chair of the NHS Test and Trace programme, said of the figures: ‘ I still don’t think that’s good enough. It’s got to get better and better’

Meanwhile, councils and public health officials will be tasked with containing any localised outbreaks of the disease in the future, with local authorities warning they must be given the required powers to act.

Experts said there could be ‘several points of failure’ with the test and trace scheme.

Prof Linda Bauld, Professor of Public Health, University of Edinburgh, said for it to work there would need to be sufficient testing capacity, fast results, confidence in the data handling and a willingness from people to self-isolate.

She said: ‘This is going to be very challenging for some and that means that the “support” element of test and trace (statutory sick pay and access to food and medicines if needed) will have to work well, and be put in place quickly. Given all these steps, we shouldn’t expect that this will work perfectly and there could be several points of failure.’

Jonathan Ashworth, shadow health secretary, said the Government should never have ‘abandoned contact tracing in mid-March’ and and that decision had left a ‘huge gap in our defences against the virus’.

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Trump lays wreath at Arlington Cemetery in Memorial Day ceremony

President Trump on Monday presented a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to commemorate Memorial Day.

Trump crossed the Potomac River by motorcade to lead the solemn morning ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

The president saluted the tomb as the National Anthem played. At his left, Vice President Mike Pence and Defense Secretary Mark Esper stood holding a hand over their chests.

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Floyd Mayweather partied at crowded Arizona nightclub with no masks in sight

Floyd Mayweather is known for his defense in the ring, but he tested the limits outside of it this weekend.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the retired boxer was spotted at a packed nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday night without any masks or social distancing in sight.

Mayweather was partying at the International Boutique Club, according to TMZ. The club, known as INTL, posted a video to Instagram of Mayweather in a VIP section taking in the scene.

While coronavirus had shut down most of the country, some states have begun to reopen, with Arizona ending its stay-at-home order on May 15. Restaurants were allowed to reopen on May 11 at limited capacity with social distancing restrictions including no more than 10 people per party.

As of Sunday, the coronavirus death toll in Arizona had increased to 800 while 300 new cases brought the total cases in the state up to 16,339.

The 43-year-old Mayweather has not fought since 2017, when he improved to 50-0 in his career with a TKO of Conor McGregor. He recently mourned the deaths of his uncle, who was his longtime trainer, and his ex-girlfriend.

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Queen upsets the locals at Sandringham by building huge earth bank

Queen upsets the locals at Sandringham by building half-mile ‘eyesore’ earth bank to stop cars parking on roadside

  • The Queen, 94, had the 1,000-metre kerb erected at the royal estate in Norfolk
  • The foot-high mound has prevented visitors from parking along the grass verge
  • The earth bank was started last autumn and is near St Mary Magdalene church
  • There are two car parks for tourists visiting the grounds but they charge for use

The Queen has upset locals at Sandringham by building a half-mile ‘eyesore’ earth bank to stop cars parking on the roadside.

Her Royal Highness, 94, had the 1,000-metre kerb erected at the royal estate near King’s Lynn, Norfolk.

The foot-high mound has prevented visitors from parking along the grass verge near the stately home.

Her Royal Highness, 94, had the 1,000-metre kerb (pictured) erected at the royal estate near King’s Lynn, Norfolk

The earth bank was started in the autumn near St Mary Magdalene church, which the Queen (pictured last May) regularly visits

There are two car parks for tourists visiting the grounds, but they cost £3 for two hours, £5 for four hours and £7 for a day.

The earth bank was started in the autumn near St Mary Magdalene church, which the Queen regularly visits.

James Bullmore, who lives nearby, told the Sun: ‘The mud kerbs along the side of the road look awful. They are a complete eyesore.

‘There is mud all over the verges and it really ruins the lovely views up the leafy road to the estate.’

A Sandringham spokesman said: ‘The project is all about keeping this a safe place to visit.’

The foot-high mound (pictured before it was made into a kerb) has prevented visitors from parking along the grass verge near the stately home

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have not been at Sandringham since the start of the coronavirus crisis as they isolate at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.

Her Majesty has been passing the time by riding her fell pony across Home Park on the estate.

Head groom Terry Pendry ensures her ponies are ready and he keeps two metres from his boss.

All protective disinfectant measures are taken, particularly for the horse’s saddle and bridle.

Her Majesty has been passing the time by riding her fell pony across Home Park on the estate

The monarch’s ride of choice is a black pony called Carltonlima Emma, named after the stud near Leeds where she was bred.

A team of 22 staff are working to provide a protective shield around Elizabeth and Prince Philip, which Windsor Castle colleagues are calling ‘HMS Bubble’.

It includes her favourite page Paul Whybrew, who co-starred in her James Bond skit for the London Olympics Opening Ceremony, and chefs, cleaners and officials.

Led by master of the household Tony Johnstone-Burt and the queen’s private secretary, Edward Young, the team have willingly agreed to live away from their own families for the duration of the lockdown.

It means they can serve the monarch and her husband – who moved to Windsor from Sandringham, where he has lived for the past few years – without needing protective equipment such as gloves and masks, or to abide by social-distancing guidelines.

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Stacey Solomon in hysterics at penis-shaped packaging for Rex’s birthday present – The Sun

STACEY Solomon couldn't resist having a cheeky laugh on social media today as she celebrated her son Rex's first birthday.

Stacey, 30, took to her Instagram story to keep her followers updated on the tot's special today as he opened his gifts and spent quality time with him famous mum and dad, Joe Swash.

However, amongst all the fun and birthday cheer, Stacey noticed something rather ride amidst Rex's presents and had to share her thoughts with her 3.3. million fans.

Holding up one of her son's new toys, Stacey giggled: "We were just cleaning up the rubbish for this…"

She then went on to hold up the packaging for the toy, which just so happened to be penis shaped.

Laughing even more, Stacey added: "What the hell?" as she held the plastic up to the camera.

"Take it off your face!" boyfriend Joe Swash told her as he stood in the background.

Their cheeky laugh comes as they spent the day spoiling little Rex, who looked adorable in various clips posted on Stacey's Instagram story.

The Loose Women star also shared her favourite moments waking up with her son over the past 12 months before saying "happy birthday" to Rex and showering him with kisses.

Showing fans a snap of her cradling newborn Rex with his dad Joe Swash, Stacey said: "Waking up to you every pickle, every morning for the last year has brightened up our world."

She added: "Your happiness is such a blessing and every night my head hits the pillow I dream of when you will wake and show me how beautiful life can be.

"Pickle you are a living angel who brings so much light into our lives and we can not believe that today we are waking up to a year of our pickle."

After treating him to a delicious breakfast, Stacey got Rex dressed up for the day before giving him his presents to open – including a new "bun bun" (toy rabbit) he likes to sleep with.

Stacey has spent the last few days planning an incredible birthday party for Rex today with a balloon arch, doughnut wall and loads of gifts.

 

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Man drowns at Rockaway Beach after being swept out to sea

A 24-year-old man drowned in the waters off Rockaway Beach on Friday afternoon — setting an ominous tone for what could be a dangerous Memorial Day weekend on the city’s lifeguard-less beaches.

The unidentified man was pulled from the waters off of Beach 91st Street just hours after Mayor Bill de Blasio detailed plans to open the city’s beaches for people to play on the sand, but also begged them to not go in the water.

A witness who shot cellphone video of first responders hauling the victim expressed fear that pleas to stay on land won’t be heard, and will lead to tragedy.

“Why are there no lifeguards? People are on the beach and allowed on the sand but not in the water. This is going to happen over and over,” the witness told The Post.

“If there were lifeguards, we wouldn’t have had to call in helicopters and fire trucks. People were freaked out, saying ‘Oh my gosh, there’s no one to help.’”

Cops said the unidentified man and at least one other person had been jumping into the water.

The man was pulled from the water around 2:50 p.m. and was rushed to St. John’s Hospital in critical condition, cops said.

He couldn’t be revived and was pronounced dead around 3:40 p.m., cops said.

The city traditionally starts staffing beaches with lifeguards on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend but isn’t doing so this year as part of a plan to enforce social distancing and prevent swimming, barbecues, volleyball games and other gatherings.

New York state beaches opened for swimming on Friday at limited capacities and with lifeguards in place.

City Hall spokeswoman Jane Meyer called the Rockaway Beach incident a “tragedy.”

“We urge all New Yorkers to stay out of the water –- lifeguards are not on duty and no one should be swimming. This is a matter of life and death,” she said.

De Blasio also tweeted: “We don’t want want to fence off the beaches but we will if we have to.”

Councilman Eric Ulrich (R-Queens), whose district covers the area, told The Post that “the mayor and the parks commissioner need to come up with a real plan and soon” to ensure beach safety.

“When the weather gets nicer, people are going to flock to the beach and there’s nothing we can do about it,” he said.

“Every year, there’s drownings, and every year it usually could have been avoided.”

State Sen. Diane Savino (D-Staten Island/Brooklyn) tweeted a message to de Blasio that said, “please, we are headed for tragedy. If we can’t have Lifeguards now, we need Fireboats to patrol.”

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WWE Alum Shad Gaspard Dead at 39 After Going Missing at Venice Beach

Shad Gaspard was found dead on Wednesday, May 20, after being the subject of a search effort after going missing on Sunday, May 17. He was 39.

Lifeguards from the Los Angeles County Fire Department confirmed via Twitter on Wednesday morning that a body matching Gaspard’s description was found on the shore of Venice Beach. The U.S. Coast Guard had suspended their search one day prior after “covering 70 square nautical miles and seven search patterns” in nearly 17 hours.

The former WWE star was reported missing on Sunday after he went swimming at Venice Beach in Los Angeles. Lifeguards on the scene were unable to retrieve him from the water.

An official from the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed to Us Weekly that units reported to the scene at 4 p.m. to aid in the search. Gaspard and his 10-year-old son “were caught up in a possible rip current and couldn’t swim back,” but one of the lifeguards “swam out and rescued” the athlete’s son. However, they were unable to locate Gaspard.

“The 10-year-old son was evaluated and he was okay,” the LAFD official told Us on Monday, May 18. “The coast guard helicopter, LA County Fire Boat and LA County Sheriff boat were all on the scene. LAFD was on the scene for 4-5 hours.”

Gaspard’s wife, Siliana Gaspard, confirmed the news of his disappearance in an Instagram Story post on Monday. She shared a shirtless photo of the professional athlete on the beach along with information about how her followers could help track down his whereabouts.

“Missing!!! Last seen wearing swim shorts,” she wrote at the time. “If you have seen Shad, please message me. Please don’t flood me asking what happened. We want to know if he’s been seen and where. Thank you.”

One day later, she shared a statement thanking the city’s officials who were still working hard to retrieve her husband.

“We would like to express our gratitude to the first responders who rescued Aryeh and to the lifeguards, coast guard, divers, fire and police departments for their continued efforts to help find our beloved Shad,” she wrote via Instagram on Tuesday alongside a black and white photo of the athlete. “Shad is a fighter, a warrior and a magical soul. We are hoping and praying for his safe return. As a family we thank you all for your concern and well wishes. Please continue to keep sending your positivity and prayers to our beloved Shad.”

As a WWE wrestler, Shad worked alongside Jayson Anthony Paul (a.k.a. JTG) as part of the tag team Cryme Tyme. In 2008, the pair teamed up to help John Cena win his match against John Layfield (a.k.a. JBL) and his crew on WWE Raw.

The Brooklyn-born star made his last WWE appearance on WWE SmackDown! in November 2010, during which he won a match against Jesse Guyver.

Since parting ways with the wrestling world, Shad tried his hand at acting. Not only did he pop up on several TV shows, but he also made appearances in major films including Black Panther, Get Hard and Think Like a Man Too.

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Michel Piccoli dead at 94 'after suffering a stroke'

Michel Piccoli dead at 94: Award-winning French film star passes away while ‘surrounded by his loved ones after suffering a stroke’

  • The French film star was a prolific force in foreign cinema
  • Paris-born Piccoli’s career spanned 80 years and gained him multiple accolades
  • Married three times, he is survived by a daughter, Anne-Cordélia, and his third wife Ludivine Clerc
  • His family confirmed to French media on Monday that he died last week, without stating the cause of death; however Agence France-Presse have claimed he had a stroke, surrounded by his loved ones

French actor Michel Piccoli has died at the age of 94.

His family confirmed to French media on Monday that he passed away last week, without stating the cause of death; however Agence France-Presse have claimed he had a stroke, surrounded by his loved ones.

Piccoli was a prolific screen star who appeared in landmark films by directors such as Luis Bunuel – including in his Academy Award winning The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie – and Jean-Luc Godard.

Sad loss: French actor Michel Piccoli has died at the age of 94 [pictured in Paris in 2011]

The Paris-born star was a stalwart of art house cinema, though less famous in the English-speaking film industry.

He was, however, in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1969 English-language espionage thriller Topaz. Piccoli’s career in Hollywood didn’t take off though. 

Married three times, he is survived by a daughter, Anne-Cordélia, and his third wife Ludivine Clerc. Anne-Cordélia is his child from his first marriage to Éléonore Hirt. 

His second wife was singer Juliette Greco. He wed Clerc in 1978 and stayed with her until his death.

Star quality: He is pictured with Italian actress Octtavia Piccoloi on the set of Mado in 1976

A long life: His family confirmed to French media on Monday that he passed away last week, without stating the cause of death; however Agence France-Presse have claimed he had a stroke, surrounded by his loved ones [pictured in Cannes in 2011] 

Ladies man: Married three times, he is survived by a daughter, Anne-Cordélia, and his third wife Ludivine Clerc. Anne-Cordélia is his child from his first marriage to Éléonore Hirt [pictured with third wife Clerc in 2014 at Cannes]

Legacy: His last major role was in 2011’s Nanni Moretti´s We Have A Pope, which premiered in competition at the Cannes Film Festival [pictured]

His last major role was in 2011’s Nanni Moretti´s We Have A Pope, which premiered in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. 

Beginning his career in the 1940s, he went on to make over 170 movies, working into his late eighties.

His most memorable appearance came arguably during the French New Wave – starring opposite Brigitte Bardot in Godard´s 1963 masterpiece Contempt, with his dark hat and signature bushy eyebrows.

Legend: Beginning his career in the 1940s, he went on to make over 170 movies, working into his late eighties [pictured in 2008] 

Prolific: Piccoli was a prolific screen star who appeared in landmark films by directors such as Luis Bunuel and Jean-Luc Godard [with whom he is pictured in 1982]

Award-winning: Piccoli holds his honour award next to German director Volker Schloendorff [R] and Swiss actor Bruno Ganz [L] during the 24th European Film Awards ceremony in Berlin in 2011

Screen star: His most memorable appearance came arguably during the French New Wave – starring opposite Brigitte Bardot in Godard´s 1963 masterpiece Contempt, with his dark hat and signature bushy eyebrows

But Piccoli’s performances for Europe´s most iconic directors will also be remembered, including for France´s Jean Renoir, Jacques Rivette and Jean-Pierre Melville, Britain´s Alfred Hitchcock and Spain´s Bunuel.

For the Spanish director, Piccioli starred alongside Catherine Deneuve in the 1967 masterpiece Belle de Jour.

1972’s The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie won the Best Foreign Film award at the Oscars in 1973.

In Europe, Piccoli won a host of accolades, including Best Actor in Cannes in 1980 for A Leap In The Dark by Marco Bellochio and a Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 1982 for Strange Affair by Pierre Granier-Deferre.

Paris-born star: He was a stalwart of art house cinema, though less famous in the English-speaking film industry [pictured in Leonor, 1975] 

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Kelly Ripa Claps Back at Viewers Who Criticize Her On-Air Appearance

Perspective! Kelly Ripa has no time for criticism about her looks right now.

During a Live With Kelly and Ryan at-home taping on Friday, May 15, the blonde beauty said she doesn’t really care about her appearance right now. “I don’t care. I have a new outlook on life,” she explained. “Certain things don’t matter anymore and my appearance is one of those things that just don’t matter.”

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When Ryan Seacrest said that “once in a while” there are viewers who say the duo looks “shiny in our DIY show process,” Ripa shuts it down.

“First of all, let me just say, to people commenting about our appearance, How dare you and you’re lucky that we actually put clothes on. It’s harder than you think to roll out of bed and come to a TV show,” the 49-year-old personality said.

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She continued to say that some days she wants to just pull her laptop into bed and do a broadcast that way. But she’s reminded herself that she’s a professional and still has a TV show to do.

However, Seacrest doesn’t necessarily have the same outlook. Ripa teased him about wearing makeup for the show. “I believe that you are wearing bronzer and I think it looks rather fetching on you,” she said. “And I believe that you are wearing [Guerlain’s] Terracotta, if I’m not mistaken.”

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She is not! Seacrest pulled out the powder and the brush he uses to show viewers. “Here’s what it looks like,” he said. “This is what’s in my drawer to avoid a glisten-y presentation.”

For Ripa, she just uses old products that she finds around the house. “I’m not proud of this. I for one have not ordered makeup and I’m just using what I have,” she said. “Some of it, I’m sure, is probably toxic. It’s probably way past its expiration date.” Do not try this at home! But honestly, we get it.

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Arrivals at airports to be forced to quarantine under Boris Johnson’s plan to exit the lockdown – The Sun

ARRIVALS at airports will be forced to quarantine under Boris Johnson's plan to exit the lockdown.

The PM tonight revealed his "first careful steps" of easing the coronavirus lockdown to get life back to normal.

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And he tonight confirmed reports that people arriving in the UK will be quarantined for two weeks to stop a second coronavirus wave.

However, the PM fell short of introducing the quarantine to all arrivals – with the rules instead only applying to those flying into the UK.

But No1o tonight said they were still working out the detail on whether the quarantine would include arrivals by port or Channel Tunnel.

Speaking to the nation tonight, Boris said: "To prevent re-infection from abroad, I am serving notice that it will soon be the time – with transmission significantly lower – to impose quarantine on people coming into this country by air."

It is understood holidaymakers and travellers arriving into the country – including Brits – will be forced to self-isolate for a fortnight, or risk a £1,000 fine or deportation.

In a video message tonight the PM:

  • Urged Brits to get back to work if they can't from home
  • Revealed Brits would be allowed to sunbathe in parks and play unlimited sport from Wednesday – and can go on day trips
  • Said anyone coming into the country by air would be forced to quarantine
  • Schools will start going back from June – but only if the infection level is low enough
  • But he warned that pubs, cinemas and mass gatherings would be off the cards for months to come

It was previously reported that new arrivals will have to fill in a digital form to give UK officials a forwarding address where they will be self-isolating for the next 14 days, but travellers from Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man will be exempt.

Key workers and lorry drivers could also be allowed to dodge the requirement.

More details around the lockdown changes are set to be revealed tomorrow and into this week.

It is expected the new measures to curb the Covid-19 outbreak will come into place at the start of June.

Speaking in an address to the nation, Mr Johnson thanked the public for following the guidelines over the past six weeks.

He said: “It is thanks to your effort and sacrifice in stopping the spread of this disease that the death rate is coming down and hospital admissions are coming down.”

“Thanks to you we have protected our NHS and saved many thousands of lives.”

But he warned the battle against the bug had not been won yet.

Mr Johnson added: “It would be madness now to throw away that achievement by allowing a second spike.

“We must stay alert. We must continue to control the virus and save lives.”

So far, more than 31,000 lives have been lost to coronavirus in the UK with more than 219,000 cases.





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