The needs of the medical and paramedical community must be met fully. Already, there are reports of huge shortage of coveralls and other safety gears, including masks. A section of doctors has given dark hints that they will strike work should their safety concerns not be addressed immediately. The news that an on-duty doctor at the King George Medical College in Lucknow being infected with COVID-19 raises an alarm. Before you put on the oxygen masks of your fellow passengers, put on yours first is the advice given by the cabin crew before a flight takes off. In a pandemic, the medical personnel must similarly ensure they do not get infected before ensuring their patients are not infected or if infected are treated. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Pandemic | How to keep the production lines uninterrupted
Crucially, he says, conspiracy theories don’t have to be coherent. A theorist might say that coronavirus is both a hoax and that it was created by the Chinese. And hardcore believers are happy to brush off evidence that challenges their theory—if the CDC says that China isn’t responsible for the pandemic, they will say that it must be because the CDC is in on the conspiracy, Lewandowsky says. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus shows how to fight disinformation about climate change
We’re all burning through titles on our streaming platforms, and for good reason. There’s never been a better time to settle in and watch all the series and movies that have been lingering on our lists. But when you have kids under the age of 16, nightmare-inducing true crime series and the dark and ridiculous (and yes, addictive) titles that are currently dropping—we’re looking at you, Tiger King—probably aren’t what you’re looking for. That’s why we rounded up the 25 best family-friendly documentary titles currently available on HBO, Netflix, and Amazon Prime. … [Read more...] about The 25 best family-friendly documentaries you can stream right now
Last but not least, neither the WHO or the Health Ministry has issued any guideline against the distribution of newspapers to contain the spread of the deadly and highly contagious novel coronavirus. Rather, both the Centre and the states have upheld the contribution of the print industry in spreading authentic information and spreading awareness on the coronavirus pandemic amid the global crisis.Time to show-off your poker skills and win Rs.25 lakhs with no investment. Register Now! … [Read more...] about Coronavirus rumours | Newspapers do not spread COVID-19, INMA cites scientific research
I’d rather consider the allure of a fleece and silk knit — so much cheaper than normal! — and how they make me feel swaddled and safe (maybe they’re worth it?) than consider the stock market plunges and the fact I probably should be saving everything I can right now. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Should we still go shopping (online)?