One-third of Canadians worried about next rent or mortgage payment: poll
A new poll by Angus Reid showed that Canadian households are already hurting because of loss of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Israel is a few days away from beginning to annex nearly a third of the occupied West Bank.
But as the July 1 start date set by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approaches, a workable plan remains unclear.
The United States is backing the annexation if Netanyahu can reach an agreement with his coalition partner, Benny Gantz.
Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports. One third of people who tested positive for coronavirus could not be reached by the government's contact tracing system, or refused to hand over their contacts.
Between May 28 and June 3, 8,117 people tested positive for COVID-19 and around two thirds provided details of people they had come into close contact with to the government scheme, the Department of Health has said.
Some 31,794 contacts were identified by the system and 26,985 (85%) were able to be contacted and told to stay indoors.
A number of contacts were not able to be identified as the contact details for some of those who tested positive for coronavirus were unavailable or incorrect, or they did not respond. Damien Woody, Domonique Foxworth and Mike Tannenbaum join Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss how much pressure Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy is under this season and weigh in on whether McCarthy should be worried about QB Dak Prescott's contract situation.
✔️ A third of care home residents haven't been tested for COVID-19, despite government promises that all residents and staff would be tested by "early June".
New research from The Data Analysis Bureau suggests that while testing has risen in the last month, many residents are still missing out.
In May, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said "every resident and every member of staff in our elderly care homes in England" would be tested "between now and early June".