Robert Kilgour, founder of Renaissance Care has said that care home staff are being treated as “cannon-fodder” because they are not getting protective masks and conoravirus tests.
Gary Lineker has donated two months' salary to the British Red Cross to help fight coronavirus. The Match of the Day host has donated £140,000 to the British Red Cross emergency response team.
Roberts & Ryan Investments, Inc. employees have been executing trades, reaching out to new customers, and staying in contact with their clients from fully equipped home offices. "The Roberts & Ryan Team will stand tall, continuing to offer superb services while supporting the veteran community. We wish that you and your families are safe, and we pray for our fellow Americans during these turbulent times," stated Brian Rathjen, President.
While Harry and Meghan will no longer have a team based at Buckingham Palace, they have kept on James Holt to head up communications in the UK. As the couple have now reportedly settled in Los Angeles, Hollywood PR agency, Sunshine Sachs will now handle their publicity going forward, as they begin to build their new team.
Robert Kilgour, founder of Renaissance Care, which runs 15 care homes housing 700 elderly residents in Scotland, was quoted in the FT today saying that about 12 per cent of its 1,100 staff were at present off sick.
Over the past few weeks, Gary Lineker, Ian Wright and Alan Shearer have been discussing their favourite players, including strikers and, on Saturday, goalkeepers. These programmes were recorded before coronavirus hit and were never intended to be broadcast on television. However, they have since reportedly attracted impressive viewing figures as 2.1million people watched the inaugral edition.