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Milo Ventimiglia is more ‘mindful’ of safety following lockdown



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Milo Ventimiglia has been “mindful” of safety issues since returning to work.

The 43-year-old actor has adopted a safety-conscious approach since he started filming season five of the NBC drama ‘This Is Us’, which also stars Mandy Moore.

Speaking about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the show, Milo explained: “Mandy and I were inches away on Saturday doing a few scenes together.

“She’s regularly tested, I’m regularly tested. Because of the seriousness of Covid and knowing that Mandy’s pregnant – and we have 150 souls on our crew – nobody wants to put them at risk.”

Mandy, 36, announced her pregnancy news back in September, revealing she’s expecting her first child with her husband Taylor Goldsmith.

But Milo doesn’t stress about working with Mandy on-set because they’ve built a strong bond with each other.

The actor – who plays Jack Pearson on the

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Pakistan warns of new lockdown as deaths rise

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s military-backed National Command and Operation Center has issued a warning that another lockdown could be imposed to contain COVID-19 deaths if people don’t stop violating social distancing rules.

The announcement on Wednesday came after Pakistan reported reported 660 new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours and 19 single-day deaths.

The daily death toll was one of Pakistan’s highest in more than two months. Deaths from COVID-19 have steadily increased since the government lifted its months-long lockdown in August.

Pakistan has reported 324,744 confirmed cases of the virus and 6,692 virus-related deaths since February.


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HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VIRUS OUTBREAK:

— Leaders in US, Europe divided on response to surging virus

— Pope reverts to mask-less ways at indoor audience despite outbreaks

— World Health Organization: Europe records 927,000 virus cases in a week

— U.S. cities that were in the middle

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How newspaper front pages reacted to England’s incoming three-tier coronavirus lockdown

The front pages of Monday’s newspapers all focus on England’s incoming three-tier coronavirus lockdown system.

Boris Johnson is set to announce the new measures on Monday in an effort to halt the spread of coronavirus.

The prime minister will make a speech about the changes to the House of Commons before addressing the nation this evening.

Under the new plans, areas of England are expected to be categorised as medium, high or very high risk, which will inform the level of intervention required.

The new COVID-19 restrictions are expected to hit areas of the North of England, where infection rates are high, particularly hard.

Metro reports on the restrictions with the headline “Locktober” and says: “Here we go again”.

The Daily Telegraph says the prime minister “calls last orders for the North”, and adds that the new restrictions will have a “sunset” clause that means they will be reviewed every

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Eva Mendes opens up on family life with Ryan Gosling during lockdown and hints at film return

Eva Mendes has shared some funny and relatable details about the challenges of family life during lockdown with partner Ryan Gosling.

The actress and entrepreneur – who prefers to keep her home life private and avoids posting images of her children on social media – has two daughters with Gosling, Esmeralda, 6, and Amada, 4.

“Sometimes it feels like we are running some kind of bed-and-breakfast with very drunk and aggressive guests,” Mendes joked to The Sydney Morning Herald. “We really do feel like we are working in a hotel, and the guests are angry and bossy and demand food brought to them. And by the time they go to sleep, we’re left to just clean up and talk about how they’ve treated us that day!”

She continued: “When we feel like we’re just ‘in it’, like all parents do during these times, we remind ourselves that these are

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French Try Curfew to Avert Lockdown; Kurz’s Plea: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) —

The curfew in Paris and other French cities should help curb the coronavirus outbreak while averting the damage that comes from a lockdown, said Prime Minister Jean Castex.

Austria’s chancellor urged citizens to curb social contact and observe health measures to avoid a lockdown, echoing comments from Germany’s Angela Merkel a day earlier.

“If all of us do without private festivities, large gatherings, parties, we can slow down the spread and keep open schools, the economy, and large parts of social life,” Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said.

Italy approved a draft budget that seeks extended measures to support the economy. U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin held talks Saturday about efforts to craft a stimulus package to help the world’s biggest economy. Victoria, the worst-hit state in Australia, announced an easing of restrictions.

Key Developments:

Global Tracker: Cases top 39.7 million; deaths exceed 1.1

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How a Strip Club Named Tootsie’s Could Doom Miami’s Coronavirus Lockdown Plan

A local strip club could doom a business curfew in Miami implemented to curb the coronavirus pandemic in Florida’s largest county.

Over the past several months, local regulations in Miami-Dade have required businesses close early in the evening, a measure county officials took with hopes of slowing the spread of coronavirus.

But on Friday, a Miami-Dade judge ruled in favor of Tootsie’s strip club in Miami Gardens, which sued the city, arguing that the club should be allowed to stay open past the midnight curfew.

In her Friday ruling, Judge Beatrice Butchko wrote that the county’s regulations conflict directly with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ order that coronavirus-related restrictions not prohibit Floridians from working.

“The Miami-Dade curfew orders conflict with [DeSantis’ executive order] because they prohibit Tootsie’s from operating; they prohibit employees and contractors from working; and they reduce capacity to zero for the entire time subject to the curfew,” Butchko

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