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UK police officers are using drones to 'lockdown shame' people for walking their dogs in remote areas during the coronavirus outbreak

9 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Police officers are using drones to lockdown-shame Brits into staying at home.
Police forces in remote parts of the UK have set up roadblocks to discourage people from walking in the country's national parks.
Derbyshire Police posted drone footage of people walking their dogs in the Peak District National Park and labeled it "not essential."
The footage sparked a furious backlash from Brits who have been told by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson that daily exercise is allowed.
Under emergency legislation passed this week officers can impose fines of £60 with courts able to issue maximum...
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Mexican protesters hold 'stay at home' signs on the border with the US over fear of the coronavirus outbreak

Mexican protesters hold 'stay at home' signs on the border with the US over fear of the coronavirus outbreak

9 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Around half a dozen protesters blocked the Mexico-bound lanes of a border crossing over fears those coming from the US could spread the coronavirus, several news agencies reported.
The group, called Sonorans for Health and Life, is demanding medical exams for those going into Mexico from the US.
They're critical of the Mexican government's response to the pandemic.
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Mexican protesters blocked Mexico-bound lanes on one part of the border to stop United States travelers from entering their country and potentially spreading the new...
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