Israel will go back into lockdown amid a surge in COVID-19 cases
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Sunday that Israel would go back into lockdown. The country has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Nearly four million students in the war-torn country headed back to school amid growing fears of COVID-19 More than 40,000 people in Britain have died of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in March, and cases are rising again. Several other countries in Europe are also seeing a surge. CBS New correspondent Roxana Saberi reports Britain is considering a second national lockdown. Tighter restrictions will come into force on Tuesday in Lancashire, Merseyside, the Midlands and West Yorkshire after a surge in COVID-19 cases.
The new rules ban separate households from meeting each other at home or in private gardens.
Pubs and restaurants must also shut early in parts of Lancashire and Merseyside. President Trump said during an interview on 'Fox & Friends' that he is willing to go over the $2.2 trillion in coronavirus relief funding that Speaker Pelosi proposed. Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders weighs in.