The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, around the world has left a lot of people in a state of panic, drastically hurt our global economy, killed people, and it’s been an all-round unmitigated disaster. BUT there is a silver lining to this massive cloud descending over our planet…
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.
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.
While many of us are living in places that are just starting to begin the process of self-isolation, the people of Wuhan, where the coronavirus originated, are starting to remove their masks and resume their normal lives.
After the number of patients infected by the coronavirus in Italy rose beyond 1,000 yesterday, global stock markets have been devastated by their worst losses in 30 years. However, there has also been some good news coming out of South Korea.
The moment we have all been dreading ever since COVID-19 started to take hold around the world is here. The first case of the coronavirus has been detected in Kwa-Zulu Natal. A 38-year-old man, who had recently visited Italy with his wife, is the first South African inside the country to have tested positive forContinue reading “Coronavirus Hits South Africa – Can We Handle It?”
Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has warned that the entire world will soon face the reality of a global pandemic of the nCoV-2019 coronavirus, as his country prepares to take emergency measures to curb the spread of the virus.
In order to understand the situation better (and not spend money on an underground apocalypse bunker prematurely) we decided to gather some facts and compile this guide. Here’s what we so know about Coronavirus so far.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus is now threatening 7 Middle-Eastern countries, while China also reported another 150 fatalities. Any doubts over whether the officially named Sever Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus 2 is a global health emergency have surely disappeared after Bahrain, Israel and Kuwait reported new cases of the virus, while Iran reported more infections and deathsContinue reading “Coronavirus Hits The Middle-East”
The Coronavirus is starting to take hold outside of China and, with a sharp increase in confirmed infections, South Korea is now stepping up measures to contain the virus, closing off two southern cities as well as suspending military operations. Following a rise of 53 cases of infection in the country on Thursday, a furtherContinue reading “South Korea Locks Down Cities As Coronavirus Spreads”