Trump has activated the national guard, Merkel in quarantine: the latest news about the coronavirus in the world

On the night of Monday, March 23, seven Russian Il-76 military transport aircraft delivered military specialists and equipment for the fight against coronavirus to Italy. About this writes the BBC. The fact that Russia will assist Italy in the fight against the virus, it became known in ...

Coronavirus and psychosomatics: why stress and panic make us vulnerable to infections

Coronavirus has reached pandemic status. Many countries are closing borders trying to prevent new infections. World media every day write about the increase in the number of infected. At this moment, it is important not to panic, because because of stress a person becomes more vulnerable. About it writes 360tv. ...

'Contagion': how a 2011 film predicted the coronavirus epidemic

Released in 2011, Contagion never became a blockbuster. Despite the stellar cast (Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet and Michael Douglas played in the film), the picture took at the box office that year ...

Coronavirus ruins airlines: many will not reach summer without help

The unprecedented crisis in aviation is developing rapidly, and the industry no longer believes that airlines will survive the outbreak of coronavirus without the help of authorities and taxpayer money. About this writes the BBC. First, Asia, followed by Europe and the United States shut the air gate in the hope of stopping the epidemic. ...

Coronavirus and work: what a boss can and cannot make you do

The proliferation of the new coronavirus 2019-nCoV takes the relationship between employers and employees to a new level. Both sides are now trying to figure out their rights and responsibilities to curb the spread of this virus, reports The Wall Street Journal. Caught between trying to prevent the spread of the virus ...

Why coronavirus doesn't start an apocalypse: calming statistics

Daily updated data on the coronavirus 2019-nCoV can make even the most cold-blooded skeptics worry. Hundreds of thousands of infected, more than 11 thousand dead, and all this against the backdrop of intense suspense due to global quarantine and the collapse of the economy. Fear has big eyes, and many see ...

What epidemics did New York survive and how did it affect the look of the city

New York has experienced many troubles - from yellow fever and cholera to polio and Spanish flu. Each of these epidemics has changed the face of the city. Now the townspeople are trying to protect themselves from the coronavirus, which is also likely to leave a noticeable mark in the history of the metropolis. The publication shared the details ...

Is it safe to walk, run and ride a bike during quarantine due to coronavirus?

San Francisco Mayor London Breed appeared on CNN's March 18 Situational Room to respond to a Jake Tupper virus video showing people training in the city during a coronavirus outbreak. About this writes Fox News. Video frames show how ...

What to do in quarantine: 20 exciting webcasts from oceanariums and zoos

Today, all museums, cinemas, as well as aquariums and zoos are closed for quarantine. However, many of them are equipped with cameras that allow you to watch, say, animals, thanks to daily broadcasts. Lifehacker learned what you can see without leaving your home. Monterey Bay Oceanarium One of ...

Help and protect yourself: what you need to know if there is a sick COVID-19 in your home

Most people affected by COVID-19 have a mild illness and can recover at home. Proper patient care at home can help stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect people at risk of serious illness from coronavirus. What you need to know ...

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