Perhaps we should start with our very own Government ?
Claiming success whereas , in reality , the opposite ?
Fury as UK is STILL not carrying out 10,000 coronavirus tests a day despite ministers claiming the level had been hit yesterday.
Ministers claimed yesterday 10,000 coronavirus tests were being done per day.
They admitted today that level had not been reached despite ‘capacity’ in place.
Backlash has been growing about the slow pace towards mass testing in the UK.
Fury as UK is STILL not carrying out 10,000 coronavirus tests a day | Daily Mail Online
UK ministers accused of overstating scale of coronavirus testing.
Government around 3,000 tests short of meeting claimed target of 10,000 a day.
UK ministers accused of overstating scale of coronavirus testing | Coronavirus | The Guardian
NHS staff ‘hiding’ PPE in ‘sheer desperation’ as first UK doctors die of coronavirus.
NHS workers on the frontline of the coronavirus battle are hiding personal protective equipment (PPE) out of “sheer desperation”, doctors have claimed.
Coronavirus news: NHS staff 'hiding' PPE in 'sheer desperation' as first doctors die | UK | News | Express.co.uk
Nurse urges Government to provide more PPE in fight against coronavirus.
A nurse said she is treating coronavirus patients with a “knot in her stomach” amid fears of infection.
Concerns have been raised by healthcare professionals about personal protective equipment (PPE) in the battle against coronavirus.
Doctors and nurses, who are on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, have reported shortages of protective equipment, but there are also worries about whether GPs and pharmacists are getting the necessary protection they need.
Nurse urges Government to provide more PPE in fight against coronavirus | ITV News
Coronavirus : Thousands call on government to amend ‘huge oversight’ in job retention scheme as workers face being laid off across UK.
Workers not on employers’ PAYE system before 28 February are ineligible for government scheme.
But under updated criteria for the scheme published by the government on Friday, workers must have been on their employer’s PAYE payroll on or before the 28 February 2020 – three weeks before Boris Johnson announced stringent restrictions on public life.
A Facebook group set up by workers ineligible for the retention programme due to the cut-off date has already attracted hundreds of members within days, with dozens of posts detailing how they have already been laid off by employers. Those in the process of changing jobs have also been affected.
Over 3,000 have also signed a petition urging the government to amend this “huge oversight”, adding it “puts thousands of workers at risk, and stuck in the place of having no income and little to no prospect of getting employment in this current economy”.
Coronavirus: Thousands call on government to amend 'huge oversight' in job retention scheme as workers face being laid off across UK | The Independent | The Independent
Lack of childcare ‘forcing key workers to stay home’.
Key workers say they are being forced to take time off work because they do not have access to childcare.
Schools, nurseries and childminders were told to close their doors last week to all except vulnerable children and the children of key workers, such as NHS staff and delivery drivers.
But many nurseries say staying open for such small numbers of children has not been financially viable.
They also say staff need better protection from the coronavirus.
The National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) estimates around half of nurseries have completely closed for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
But for key workers who need childcare, the closures have meant having to take time off to look after their children.
Lack of childcare 'forcing key workers to stay home' - BBC News