Jos Buttler, the England wicketkeeper, is auctioning his World Cup final shirt to raise funds for two hospitalised in London.
Mr Buttler secured England’s first World Cup successfully in unforgettable fashion by breaking the stumps in the match against New Zealand. Piers Morgan opened the bidding with £10,000 for the shirt.
— Jos Buttler (@josbuttler) March 31, 2020
In other news, Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, said: “too many people are not staying at home”.
He added that “We have in London roughly speaking 90% of our buses still running to take critical workers to work – that’s more than 8,000 buses, more than 600 routes.”
Mr Khan also added that about 55% of trains are operating during rush hour.
Mr Khan said, “There is a concern that still too many people who really, really should not be going to work are using public transport during the rush hour and the key message is unless you really have to get to work, work from home, and if you do have to go into work, please avoid the rush hour.”
A pub in Essex village of Tiptree was caught secretly serving customers during COVID-19 lockdown. The councillor said, ”They are acting irresponsibly and putting lives at risk.”
Medical teams have been deployed to Falkland Island by the UK military’s COVID-19 support force to help the facility deal with the virus crisis.
The Ministry of Defence said: “UK Armed Forces are providing support to the overseas territories. This includes the deployment of a small medical team and two intensive treatment units to support existing medical facilities on the Falkland Islands for all its inhabitants.”
Article submitted by Chante, Structured, Edited And Corrected By Charles Watson