The latest data coming out of Johns Hopkins University shows that more than 521,000 people are now infected with the coronavirus and over 24,000 have died.
Right now the coronavirus is not something to feel positive about, but hopefully when the world recovers from this pandemic (we hope!), the human race will emerge from the abyss the better for it, after learning some very hard lessons. They say that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and, sadly, the coronavirus hasContinue reading “5 Lessons Learned & The Positive Side-Effects Of Covid-19”
Yesterday, the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States rose by 13,355, while the 247 new deaths took the death toll beyond the 1,000 mark.
America is in trouble, with projections showing that there will be a massive surge in the number of coronavirus cases that will plague the third most populated country in the world.
After much deliberation and numerous declarations by the Japanese government that they would go forth as planned, The International Olympic Committee has decided to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Games on account of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to reports by The Japan Times, the decision to postpone the games came after major participants Australia and CanadaContinue reading “2020 Olympics Games Postponed”
In a world immersed in digital technology, it is incredibly difficult to distinguish fact from fiction, and reading the news is no longer a case of finding a story, reading it and relying on journalists to keep you informed. So we want to help you cultivate some news-reading habits that will allow you to getContinue reading “The Millennial’s Guide To Reading The News”
It’s official, President Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed that South Africa will enter a complete lockdown. Read: “Very Hard Lockdown” Coming For SA The President addressed the nation on Monday evening at the Union buildings, after widespread reports that the country would be entering a nationwide shutdown for 21 days from Thursday at midnight. He confirmed thatContinue reading “BREAKING: President Ramaphosa Announces Nationwide Lockdown”
South Africa is set to go into a full lockdown, as the country’s leaders become more and more panicked about the possibility of the coronavirus spreading through townships around the country.
With the Tokyo Olympic Games set to take place on 24 July this year, the International Olympic Committee has set a deadline of four weeks to decide whether or not to cancel this year’s event, with Canada refusing to send their athletes to Tokyo due to fears over the coronavirus outbreak. While facing massive pressureContinue reading “Pressure Mounts To Cancel 2020 Olympic Games”
Over the last 24 hours, the death toll from the coronavirus has risen from 427 to 3,405 and the worldwide death toll now stands at over 10,000. Here are the latest updates on COVID-19.