According to Starbucks US, the decision to halt the use of reusable cups was made over concerns for "health and well-being". "Out of an abundance of caution, we are pausing the use of personal cups or tumblers in our stores across the United Kingdom", the firm's European spokesman, Robert Lynch, said: "However, we will continue to honour our 25p discount for anyone who brings in a personal cup".
Lombardy and its capital Milan-the nation's financial center-were included, as well as the popular tourist destination of Venice , and the cities of Modena, Parma , Piacenza, Reggio Emilia and Rimini. Besides preventing people from entering or leaving the "red zones", the prospective decree calls for closing gyms, swimming pools, thermal baths, museums and ski resorts, while shopping centres will be required to close on weekends.
Oh no my hand sanitizer is nearly gone. Cheers to Tito's vodka . However, Tito's Vodka says its brand is not strong enough to be effective in killing germs. The Texas-based liquor brand known for its vodka is urging the public that its hooch can not, in fact, be used as a hand sanitizer or in homemade disinfectants to ward off coronavirus.
After spending hours queuing for the store to open at 7am on Saturday, the women poured in - with the mum and daughter piling their trolley high with toilet paper . 'Our team is here to help, not to be hurt'. Australia is not the only country to have seen panic buying as the virus continues to spread. Coles announced the tighter restriction on toilet paper buying on Sunday.
During a news conference from the White House Vice President Mike Pence said 19 crew members and two passengers tested positive. "Public health officials have advised that no guests will be permitted to disembark until all results have been received", Princess Cruises said in a Thursday statement .
European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier told reporters that their differences came as no surprise, after only one round of negotiations , but "some are very, very hard". What we can do with Norway on five species simply isn't possible for 100 species.' Both sides have agreed to strike a deal on fishing by July. But the bloc is demanding a commitment to prevent Britain gaining an "unfair competitive advantage".