One-third of American households fail to pay for housing due to pandemic

As the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues, nearly a third of U.S. households (32%), according to a study by the Apartments List online rental platform, have not yet paid for rent or a mortgage in July, CNBC writes. About 19% of Americans did not pay at all ...

'America will remain sick and lonely': trump officially announced the US withdrawal from WHO

Trump sent a notice of US official withdrawal from WHO to Congress, Senator Menendez said. Earlier, the American president suspended funding for the organization and put forward a number of requirements for it, DW writes. US President Donald Trump has notified Congress of the country's official withdrawal from the World ...

How can immigrants benefit from delays in USCIS?

The crisis of the coronavirus and budget deficit faced by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) suddenly came to the advantage of immigrants who must apply for a visa, green card or citizenship with a lot of evidence or documents, writes Miami Herald. Insofar as…

Can cause a pandemic: Chinese scientists have discovered a new strain of swine flu virus

Researchers in China have discovered a new strain of the already known swine flu H1N1. According to scientists, this virus can cause a pandemic. This study was published in the American scientific journal Proceedings, writes Today. The new genotype of swine flu was called G4, it is genetically derived from ...

Video lecture: 'When will the pandemic end?'

Coronavirus spread rapidly throughout the world. The World Health Organization then announced a pandemic. The number of infected and dead from COVID-19 continues to grow to this day. Now everyone is asking the same question: when will the pandemic end? TED Speaker Alex Rosenthal Details ...

The first phase of the quarantine cancellation in New York: what will work from today

Finally, after almost three months of fighting the coronavirus pandemic, New York is ready to return to normal. That will work this week, reported the publication AMNY. Photo: Shutterstock Starting Monday, June 8, the first phase starts in five districts of New York ...

Is the second wave of coronavirus awaiting the world: good and bad news from WHO

On June 3, a senior World Health Organization official shared the good and bad news regarding a possible second wave of coronavirus infection, writes the New York Post. There is a "clear threat" of a second outbreak, he said, but the world will be better prepared for it. “We have to ...

Food, housing, medical care: where to turn to New Yorkers who find themselves in a difficult situation

If you are out of work due to a pandemic or you don’t have money for some other reason to pay rent and buy food, you can turn to the city for support. The list of useful resources published on the website of the New York City Hall. ...

'Coronavirus is just the tip of the iceberg': a virologist from Wuhan warned of future pandemics

A virologist from Wuhan, nicknamed “the woman bat” for her work with these wildlife, called the coronavirus “just the tip of the iceberg,” referring to the dangers we may face in the future, writes the New York Post. Researcher from Wuhan ...

From Nuclear Race to Global Warming: Challenges the World Forgot About Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has overshadowed many serious problems that humanity still faces, but sooner or later it will still have to be resolved, the BBC writes. This is not surprising: the epidemic has affected the whole world, it threatens the lives of people, raises many questions relating not only to the fight against ...

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