UK, Europe News Brief (Sept. 22)

The UK is predicted to have 50,000 new CCP virus cases every day in a month’s time. The government is imposing more restrictions that could last six months.

The UK’s central bank is warning that disputes over claims linked to the pandemic will lead to parts of the UK economy becoming uninsured, hampering a recovery.

In a first of its kind in France, firefighters in Marseille are helping fight COVID-19 in schools.

Just one day after the Tour de France ended, French authorities opened a preliminary investigation into the Arkea-Samsic team for potential doping.

The European Commission hopes to cut aviation costs by making flight paths more direct.