Issue 152

Issue 152

 9th July 2020

COVID-19 INFORMATION

UK Government 

NHS 

EPC 

 

OUR RECENT PUBLICATIONS 

Blog: JESIP Article Mini-Series – Reflection

Publication: The Lessons Digest Edition 1

Blog: Introducing the Lessons Digest

Tools and Templates: The EPC BC Checklist

 

RECOMMENDED READ 

Met Office: Creating a Five-Year Window Into Future Climate

 

WEEKLY WATCH 

Coronavirus: The Doctors on Yemen's Front Line

 

PUBLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 

NHS: Report Your Experience of Coronavirus

Gov: National COVID-19 Surveillance Reports

JESIP: News 27

ICPEM: ALERT Summer 2020

30 Days 30 Ways UK: 2020 Schedule (Resilience Direct sign-in required)

Pool Re: Terrorism Threat Update June 2020

 

MEDIA AND ARTICLES 

Asymptomatic Testing Pilot for ‘High-Contact’ Professions in England

WHO Chief Taps Ex-Leaders to Head COVID-19 Response Panel

Pandemic-Induced Poaching Surges in Uganda

Russia Report Committee to be Set Up

Rescuers Search for Survivors of Japan Floods as More Heavy Rain Expected

Operation Venetic Involving NCA “Smashes Thousands of Criminal Conspiracies”

BSI Updates its COVID-19 Safe Working Guidelines for Businesses

How a Single Doctor Fights to Keep COVID-19 From Reaching his Rural Town

British Mobile Carriers Warn Removing Huawei Will Cause Disruption and Cost ‘Billions’

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