COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 15th July 2020


Complaints that the NHS is abandoning so many patients who are in need during the COVID-19 pandemic

85% of new coronavirus infections in Blackburn are among South Asians as council limits number of people allowed to visit other homes to avoid lockdown

Face masks in all public places under consideration by government to prevent second wave

Government to issue guidance about Do Not Resuscitate order due to threat of legal action over concerns that COVID-19 patients human rights are being ignored


Chicago’s Department of Public Health threatened to close or destroy churches that refused to comply with COVID-19 restriction

Diocese of Biloxi parish priest tells families to hold their own hosts during consecration and self-administer Communion

Teenager jailed for violating probation by not completing her online coursework when her school switched to remote learning during COVID-15 pandemic


An additional $10 billion is needed “urgently” to prevent 130 million more people becoming food insecure as a result of COVID-19

Finally, the most remote COVID-19 sign in the world?