In addition to the sanitation requirements, hosts and guests also are expected to wear masks and practice social distancing when interacting.
In addition to the sanitation requirements, hosts and guests also are expected to wear masks and practice social distancing when interacting. The United Nations marks its 75th anniversary at a pivotal moment, with COVID-19 still spreading, geopolitical tensions rising, and the fight for racial, social and climate justice ever more urgent. UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed and Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications Melissa Fleming talk about the road ahead as we embark on the Decade of Action to deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals - the world's blueprint for equality - during one of the most challenges times in history.
Since 2016, the SDG Media Zone has been one of the main features of the UN General Assembly high-level week, bringing together UN Member States, content creators, influencers, activists and media partners to highlight actions and solutions in support of the Sustainable Development Goals. Organized by the UN Department of Global Communications, in collaboration with the PVBLIC Foundation, the SDG Media Zone takes the conversation on advancing the 2030 Agenda out of the policy sphere and into the public discourse through impactful in-depth interviews and panel discussions. Political activist duo and hosts of Newsmax TV's 'Crystal Clear' Diamond and Silk comment on Saturday Night Live's comedy skit which included likenesses of them, plus share their thoughts on the Jeffrey Toobin incident, Tommy Lee's latest comments about President Trump, and more. - via Diamond and Silk Crystal Clear, Saturdays at 6:30PM ET on Newsmax TV
For breaking news & expert analysis, Households in Birmingham will be banned from meeting in new lockdown measures starting on Tuesday.
The restrictions follow a spike in coronavirus cases and cover neighbouring Sandwell and Solihull, affecting more than 1.6 million people in total.
People will not be able to meet other households indoors or in private gardens - but can still go out to shops, restaurants and other venues, in groups of up to six.