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 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”
There has been a sharp increase in the number of confirmed cases of the nCoV-2019 coronavirus and a Communist Party of China official has been dismissed from his post. On Wednesday, China’s hardest-hit province of Hubei reported 242 new deaths in relation to the mystery virus – more than double the previous deadliest day. TheContinue reading “Coronavirus Infections Near 60,000 – Chinese Party Official Fired”
The list of fatalities and victims of the coronavirus is skyrocketing and the death toll is now 361, while the first victim succumbed to the disease outside of Chinese borders. Al Jazeera reported on Monday that the death toll for the Coronavirus outbreak which has spread throughout China and several other countries around the worldContinue reading “Coronavirus Death Toll Rises – 1st Fatality Outside Of China”
The World Health Organisation has taken the drastic, yet expected, step to declare the Coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency. The WHO insist that it’s not the number of cases in China itself (almost 10,000 now) that has forced their hands, but rather the 98 cases of infection that have been confirmed in 18 otherContinue reading “Coronavirus Declared Global Health Emergency”
For far too long, a conservative ideology has dominated politics all around the world, with corruption and the exploitation of our environment just considered part of the game. Donald Trump’s rise to power exemplifies this. I remember a conversation that I had with a friend about why older generations dislike millennials so much. His replyContinue reading “The 20s: Will Millennial Politics Take Over? [Opinion]”