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Cacerolazo against Bolsonaro: Brazilians demand action against the coronavirus

Cacerolazo against Bolsonaro: Brazilians demand action against the coronavirus From the balconies of various cities in the country, the president is shouted "out", calling the pandemic a "flu" and a "cold". He, like his counterpart Donald Trump, refuses to impose...

COVID-19: Where are the migrants?

COVID-19: Where are the migrants? If more than one and a half million migrants and refugees are not taken into account in coronavirus emergency prevention and care plans, they will constitute a high-risk population. Around 40,000 people enter and leave the...

Johnson still trusts population to avoid London closure

Johnson still trusts the population to avoid London closure British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. / Efe The Prime Minister is convinced that in 12 weeks he will have "changed the course" of the epidemic British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has baffled much...

From the book to the online test, this is how distance school prepares

From the book to the online test, this is how distance school prepares The world of education is slowed by the new coronavirus and uses the high technologies to circumvent the closure of centres Since this week, the educational centres of...

Aid of 750,000 million in Germany

The aid of 750,000 million in Germany Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (left) and Finance Minister Peter Altmaier present the aid packages. / EFE Berlin approves the largest grant package in the history of the country, which carries a supplementary budget of...

North records biggest daily increase in cases as FF slam Government response

08 cases in North; FF say response to economic crisis has been ‘underwhelming’ Northern Ireland has experienced its single biggest daily increase of confirmed cases of coronavirus since the first case was confirmed at the end of February. An update from...

AWS, IBM launch programs to encourage developers solving COVID-19 problems

  As society comes to grips with the growing worldwide crisis related to the COVID-19 virus, many companies are stepping up in different ways. Today, two major tech companies — Amazon and IBM — each announced programs to encourage developers...

Anton Du Beke addresses ‘silver lining’ of living in lockdown

  Anton Du Beke has said it is the “the most wonderful thing” being able to spend time with his twins due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Strictly Come Dancing professional, 53, has son George and daughter Henrietta, two, with his...

10 Common Myths About Coronavirus by Faheem Younus

Faheem Younus, the Chief Quality Officer and Chief of Infectious Diseases at University of Maryland (UCH), shared 10 common myths surrounding the coronavirus on Twitter: Myth #1: Coronavirus will go away in Sumer months. ??? https://twitter.com/FaheemYounus/status/1239704749232005121?s=20 Myth #2: In summer, the virus...

Man threatens to slash Dublin residents with knife after he is caught in act during mass morning break-ins in Tallaght

A man armed with a knife threatened to slash Dublin residents who were heading to work after he was caught attempting to break into cars in the area. Early rising locals noticed that three car windows had...

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Net neutrality and other luxuries in the pre-COVID-19 world

This legal principle is suspended in the country due to the emergence of the coronavirus. The measure opens questions...

Philippine President threatens to "kill with one stone" anyone who does not respect quarantine

Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Philippines, is taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic crisis to violate rights: in addition to locking people in dog...