A troop of monkeys broke into a medical college in India and stole coronavirus test samples

A troop of monkeys broke into a medical college in India and stole coronavirus test samples after attacking a lab technician today.

The monkeys took three test samples from Meerut Medical College in Uttar Pradesh this morning.

Sir Jeremy’s comments appeared to be a reference to those made by Edmunds; a professor of infectious disease modelling at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who was quoted as saying:

We cannot relax our guard by very much at all. There are still 8,000 new infections every day in England without counting those in hospitals and care homes. If you look at it internationally, it’s a very high level of incidence.

The police officer was arrested on Friday.

Mr Trump’s remarks came during an event with industry executives about reopening the country amid the coronavirus pandemic that he has spoken to family members of Mr Floyd, calling them “terrific people.”

Since NASA shuttles were retired in 2011, Russia has been the only nation able to service the ISS, using its Soyuz rockets.

The US bid to resume crewed flight goes on this weekend after a launch on Wednesday was scrubbed.

As protests over Mr Floyd’s death spread across the country, the precinct station two miles from the spot where he was arrested became the site of clashes between riot police and demonstrators. Officers retreated from the station and it was set alight before a cheering crowd.

As Mr Walz deployed the National Guard the violence spread to the neighbouring city of St Paul, where 170 buildings were destroyed or damaged by this morning.