Government officials in Italy are finding reasons to be optimistic as the latest data coming out of the country is showing initial signs of a slowdown in infections.
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…
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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.
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When it comes down to the coronavirus and its effects on our daily lives, many of us might be asking ourselves what exactly what we should be doing with our time and how not to go crazy or fall victim to cabin fever…
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.
The United States, South Africa and countries around Europe have all announced the closing of schools, entertainment venues and services almost entirely across the board, while death tolls have risen dramatically, and the entire world has escalated into a state of panic.
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?”
The deadly coronavirus that originated in China has now become a significant threat in the United States, while several European nations and Algeria have confirmed their first cases of infection, as the outbreak grows throughout Italy.