Germany’s plans to restart competitive football next Saturday suffered an early setback

Germany’s plans to restart competitive football next Saturday suffered an early setback after the entire Dynamo Dresden team were placed in a two-week quarantine following two positive coronavirus tests among the players.

The Bundesliga 2 club announced on their website that tests taken on Friday had revealed two new positive cases and local health authorities had ordered the team into quarantine. Dresden were scheduled to play Hannover 96 next Sunday in their first game back following the stoppage caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

“Frankly, this is the final straw,” the CEO wrote on Twitter, seemingly in response to the news that the Tesla factory in Alameda County would not be allowed to reopen yet. “Tesla will now move its HQ and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately.”

Authorities in California said Friday that Tesla’s main US plant, which employs some 10,000 people, would not be allowed to open for now. Alameda County, where the factory is based, has issued its own criteria for when businesses can reopen.  

He told Nine News he rushed to help having no idea Mr Nacass was in a serious situation.

He said: “At first I just thought he was having a laugh with his mates, then I saw the fin.”

The president has been encouraged by some conservative commentators to dismiss Mr Wray as part of his pledge to “drain the swamp”, meaning clearing out Washington institutions of people they view as opponents.

Amid hundreds of pages of evidence from 57 interviews released by the House intelligence committee is a revelation from Sally Yates, Mr Obama’s deputy attorney-general, that the former president seemed to know more about Mr Flynn’s secretly recorded calls with the Russian ambassador than some of his top security officials.

Large-scale parades across Europe have been scrapped, drastically downsized or moved online, as the continent grapples with its biggest crisis since World War II – this time an invisible enemy that has sickened more than 3.7 million worldwide.

With veterans already at an advanced age, organisers of marches had deemed it too risky for them to attend events even in countries which have begun to ease lockdown measures.