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US President Donald Trump Adds 30 Days to Coronavirus Distancing Guidelines
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CORONAVIRUS U.S. President Donald Trump said during a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House in Washington, Sunday, March 29, that he will extend the voluntary national shutdown for a month as coronavirus cases in the country reach over 141,000 with 2,468 deaths. READ MORE: The initial 15-day period of social distancing urged by the federal government expires Monday and Trump had ex...
Areas Disinfected After Cases Reported in Islamabad, Pakistan
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CORONAVIRUS Officials sprayed disinfectant in a suburb of Pakistan's capital Islamabad Sunday where some cases of the coronavirus have been identified. READ MORE: All points of entry to the city have been cordoned off by police, and the military has been deployed to enforce checkpoints. Federal health authorities in Pakistan have reported that the number of people testing positive for the virus...
Eight Dead as Japan-Bound Plane Crashes in the Philippines
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A medical evacuation plane headed from the Philippines to Japan burst into flames Sunday at the end of the runway in Manila, killing all eight people aboard, officials said. READ MORE: Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident," that involved a Lion Air flight, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said in a statement. The plane was carrying a patient along with a companion ...
Small Business Sets Sail Sewing Lifesaving Masks
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An increasing number of businesses both large and small recently joined in the battle against the novel coronavirus. A small business in the United States changed course from sewing boat sails to sewing cotton masks for caregivers on the frontlines. VOA’s Arash Arabasadi sets sail for this story. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5350849.html
India Train Cars Transform into Makeshift Hospital
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Train cars have been transformed into hospital wards to house coronavirus patients, Guwahati, India, Sunday, March 29. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi apologized to the public on Sunday for imposing a three-week national lockdown, calling it harsh but "needed to win" the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown measures are taking a huge toll on India’s poor, including millions...
Lebanon Police Salute Medics
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Police officers salute medics and hospital staff while people clap from their balconies in support of medical professionals who are leading the battle against the coronavirus, Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 29. Rafik Hariri University Hospital is now is the main center in Lebanon dealing with COVID-19 patients. The number of coronavirus infections worldwide has risen to over 650,000, while the ...
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Gets Coronavirus Test at Drive-Thru
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Footage provided by Emirates News Agency via AP show Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan getting tested for COVID-19 at a testing drive-thru in the United Arab Emirates, Saturday, March 28. The UAE has launched its first drive-thru coronavirus testing clinic. Abu Dhabi's crown prince inaugurated the clinic by being one of its first patients. The crown prince got his nose swabb...
President Trump on Hand as Navy Hospital Ship Leaves for NYC
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The hospital ship USNS Comfort departed from Norfolk, Virginia, Saturday en route to New York to assist with the coronavirus outbreak. President Donald Trump flew to Norfolk Saturday as it set off. During a speech, he said is considering a two-week quarantine for the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to help officials contain the pandemic. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti has our story. Orig...
President Trump on Hand as Navy Hospital Ship Leaves for NYC
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The hospital ship USNS Comfort departed from Norfolk, Virginia, Saturday en route to New York to assist with the coronavirus outbreak. President Donald Trump flew to Norfolk Saturday as it set off. During a speech, he said is considering a two-week quarantine for the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to help officials contain the pandemic. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti has our story Origi...
French Ducks Enjoy a Night Out as Coronavirus Lockdown Keeps Humans Indoors
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CORONAVIRUS: As France continues its confinement orders in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Saturday, March 28, wildlife is reclaiming some of that space. No longer content to simply stay along the Seine River, ducks now wander the quiet streets of Paris, as seen Friday. France so far has reported 37,575 COVID-19 cases and 2,314 deaths. (AFP)
Indian Workers Fight for Places on Evacuation Buses as Coronavirus Lockdown Continues
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CORONAVIRUS: Tens of thousands of migrant workers and their families fight their way onto buses organized by India's most populous state, Delhi, to get them to their hometowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Saturday, March 28. India so far has reported 987 COVID-19 cases and 24 deaths. READ MORE: India has announced a $22.6 billion economic package to ensure that no one goes hungry during the nati...
Spain Health Workers Pause for Daily Applause
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CORONAVIRUS: Doctors, nurses and police officers in Spain participated in a round of applause, Saturday, March 28, in solidarity with those involved in fighting COVID-19. Spain so far has reported 73,235 COVID-19 cases and 5,982 deaths. READ MORE: As Spain entered the third week of lockdown Friday, the streets of Barcelona, the second-most populous municipality, were empty due to the coronaviru...
Trump Gives Sendoff to Hospital Ship in Coronavirus Fight
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CORONAVIRUS: President Donald Trump was on hand, Saturday, March 28, as the U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort, located at Naval Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Virginia, departed for New York to assist hospitals responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. READ MORE: During remarks in Virginia, Trump said the USNS Comfort "is a 70,000-ton message of hope and solidarity to the incredible people of New Yo...
Italian Priest Blesses Coffins Awaiting Cremation
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CORONAVIRUS: A church in the badly hit Lombardy region has been storing coffins of those who have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, before they are transported to other areas of Italy to be cremated. Italy so far has reported 92,472 COVID-19 cases and 10,023 deaths. Tens of coffins left Bergamo cemetery Saturday on army trucks, to cemeteries in other parts of the province to be cremate...
US National Guard Sets Up Temporary Hospital in Downtown New York
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▶️ The New York National Guard, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Javits employees set up a 1,000-bed facility at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, in lower Manhattan, as the state of New York tries to contain the rising coronavirus cases. The facility should be fully operational by Monday, according to the governor of New York.(AP) 👉 New York’s governor said Friday he was continuing t...
When COVID-19 Attacks, Patient's Cells Turn into Virus Factories
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The COVID-19 virus hijacks our cells. Here’s how some treatments might stop it. It starts at the surface of the cell, when the virus latches on to a protein that normally helps regulate the patient's blood pressure. The cell unwittingly brings the virus inside, where the attacker unloads its cargo: instructions for making more virus. Having no equipment of its own, the virus commandeers the cel...
Staff Cheers as Virus Patient Leaves ICU in Spain
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CORONAVIRUS ▶️Medical staff at the General Hospital of Granollers in Spain clapped and chanted Friday as the first COVID-19 patient was transferred out of the intensive care unit to a general ward. As of Saturday, Spain has reported more than 5,000 deaths from the new coronavirus and confirmed upwards of 65,700 cases, 51,000 of which are active. At least 9,000 infected people so far have recove...
Finding Rhythm and Strength during Coronavirus Lockdown
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Many schools in America are closed for the rest of the school year because of the coronavirus pandemic, so schooling children is now in the hands of parents, many whom are in lockdown and forced to work from home. VOA’s Eunjung Cho met with an American working mother who is keeping a daily routine for herself and her children. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/finding-rhythm-and-st...
Smithsonian Museums Meet Visitors’ Needs Online
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Museums across the U.S. have closed to the public, to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus. But that hasn’t stopped the guardians of some of the greatest art collections in the country from sharing their national treasures with people around the world. VOA’s Julie Taboh spoke with the director of one of the Smithsonian Institution’s most popular museums about the many ways they’re reaching t...
Cady Voge Colombia's Diary
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Being quarantined is tough enough but traveling in the time of COVID can be just as scary. But even if it is worrisome to be on a plane these days, Cady Voge found out it can also be lonely as planes and airports are empty. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/cady-voge-colombia-s-diary/5349262.html
Repurposed Drugs Offer Shortest Path to Coronavirus Treatment
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With the global COVID-19 death toll surging past 23,000 people this week, accelerated efforts to develop coronavirus treatments are primarily focused on adapting existing drugs intended to fight other diseases. VOA’s Brian Padden reports that the medications being tested focus on three areas: neutralizing the virus itself, alleviating some of its life-threatening symptoms, and boosting a patien...
South Africa Starts Coronavirus Lockdown with First Two Deaths
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South Africa’s first day of its 21-day nationwide lockdown dawned on a grim note, with the government reporting two coronavirus deaths and the country’s caseload topping one thousand. But officials say the strict measures are necessary. VOA’s Anita Powell files from Johannesburg.] Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/south-africa-starts-coronavirus-lockdown-with-first-two-deaths-/5349...
Are Mammoth Stimulus Packages the Answer to Economic Downturn?
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Empty offices, streets and shops in cities around the world are becoming the new normal. As the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global economy is starting to show, some governments are working on mammoth stimulus packages to avoid the worse possible outcome. VOA Correspondent Mariama Diallo has more.] Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/are-mammoth-stimulus-packages-the-ans...
Only Two People Attend Funeral in Spain Amid Coronavirus
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CORONAVIRUS: A Madrid funeral attended by only two mourners, Friday, March 27, becomes the new norm, as social distancing continues in Spain. Spain so far reported 65,719 COVID-19 cases, and 5,138 deaths. READ MORE: As Spain entered the third week of lockdown Friday, the streets of Barcelona, the second-most populous municipality, were empty because of the coronavirus pandemic. Iconic tourist a...
VOA Interview: Scott Kelly
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Greta Van Susteren interviews NASA astronaut Scott Kelly.
Trump Signs Into Law $2T Coronavirus Relief Package
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CORONAVIRUS: President Donald Trump signed a $2.2 trillion economic rescue package, Friday, March 27, calling the bill much-needed relief for American workers reeling from the economic tumult caused by COVID-19. READ MORE: Within hours of the U.S. House's overwhelming approval of a $2 trillion bill to blunt the economic destruction caused by the coronavirus, President Donald Trump signed the le...
Eiffel Tower Lit Up to Thank French Health Care Workers
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CORONAVIRUS: The iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris lit up with messages paying tribute to those on the frontline in the fight against COVID-19, Friday, March 27. In addition to beaming a "Thank You" message, the opportunity was also used to remind people to "Stay at home" as the virus continues to claim victims around the country. France is extending its nationwide confinement measures another two w...
David Beckham, His Children Join Applause for Caregivers
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CORONAVIRUS The Beckham family showed their support for the National Health Service and caregivers in Britain, Thursday, March 26, with David posting a video on Instagram applauding enthusiastically alongside children Romeo, Cruz and Harper. Their contribution was part of a nationwide moment of recognition for the NHS in Britain, during which people were standing outside their houses and clapping.
G20 Meets Virtually as U.S. Records Most COVID-19 Cases
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The leaders of the world's foremost industrialized nations convened via teleconference on Thursday to discuss the global coronavirus outbreak, as data emerged that the largest of those economies is on track to record the most known cases of COVID-19 and become the next epicenter of the pandemic. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the story. Originally published at - morigin.voanews...
Global Army of Volunteers Mobilizes to Battle Coronavirus
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More than half a million people in Britain signed up to help the National Health Service cope with the coronavirus epidemic in just 24 hours, following a government call for volunteers Wednesday, as fears grow the country’s outbreak is following a similar trajectory as that of Italy and Spain, where thousands of people have died. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5348007.html
Religious Institutions  Connect with Congregations Amidst Corona Threat
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As the coronavirus continues to disrupt people’s lives in ways both big and small, many are seeking greater spiritual nourishment. Religious institutions across the country are heeding that call by connecting with their congregations in a number of creative ways. VOA’s Julie Taboh has more. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5347393.html
As Office Workers Stay Home, They Turn to Technology to Stay Connected
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The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many office workers to do their jobs from home. And they are using technology like never before to stay connected to their colleagues and get their work done. But getting remote teams functioning isn’t like flipping a switch. Michelle Quinn reports. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5347413.html
Marylanders Dance To Lift Spirits
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The novel coronavirus has forced people all over the world to stay at home on strict quarantine. But in these trying times people are managing to find a way to stay positive. The French applaud their doctors, Italians sing from their balconies, and some residents in Bethesda, Maryland also are dancing and singing from their balconies to stay positive. Milan Nesic has the story narrated by Anna ...
COVID-19: Treatment Options
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With the global COVID-19 death toll surging past 20,000 people this week, accelerated efforts to develop coronavirus treatments are primarily focused on adapting existing drugs intended to fight other diseases. “The shortest path to a treatment, we think, is to repurpose something that already exists based on our knowledge of the mechanisms of action," said Dr. Hana Akselrod, an assistant profe...
Castelfranco's Reporters Notebook
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In Europe, many families are finding themselves split up with parents who send their children to study abroad finding it complicated to be reunited as flights are cancelled across the continent. Our Rome correspondent Sabina Castelfranco happened to find herself in England with her two sons as Italy locked down but managed, against all odds, to get home with her boys. She tells us more about he...
Bangladesh Troops Enforce Lockdown
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YT/FB HEADLINE: Bangladesh Troops Enforce Lockdown CAPTION: Bangladesh deployed its army to enforce a nationwide lockdown, asking people to stay at home to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Thursday, March 26. On Wednesday, Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced that the government will provide free food and cash for the poor for the next six months. Hasina also declared an incen...
Budapest Landmarks Empty After Hungary's Borders Close
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CORONAVIRUS Drone footage taken Wednesday, March 25, shows the empty landmarks of Budapest, Hungary, after the government closed the country's borders. READ MORE: Hungarian oil and gas group MOL said on Wednesday one of its factories had been converted to produce disinfectant sanitizer liquids to help combat the spread of the coronavirus. MOL's managing director Peter Ratatics told a news confe...
Peru Workers Disinfect Public Buses
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Public workers in Lima, Peru, clean and disinfect buses, part of the safety measures the government has taken to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, Thursday, March 26. The coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 respiratory disease, has infected at least 480 people in Peru and caused nine deaths. Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra said on Thursday he would extend the country’s state of emer...
King of Spain Visits Coronavirus Field Hospital
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CORONAVIRUS King Felipe VI of Spain visited a field hospital built to aid the fight against the coronavirus, Thursday, March 26. READ MORE: The World Health Organization Thursday reported more than 220,000 cases of the new coronavirus and 11,987 deaths in Europe, triple the numbers from a week ago. Speaking in Copenhagen, WHO Europe Region Director Dr. Hans Kluge said the new numbers indicate t...
Afghanistan Store Owners Use Mobile Hand Washing Stations to Fight Coronavirus
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CORONAVIRUS Some store owners in Herat province of Afghanistan put mobile sinks and hand-washing stations in front of their shops to encourage people to take health tips and preventive measures seriously. Herat province, is in the center of coronavirus pandemic in Afghanistan. So far, 53 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported from the province. (Video Courtesy: Afghan Service)
Top US General, Defense Secretary Warn of Longer Coronavirus Timeline
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The U.S. military is manning the front lines in the coronavirus outbreak, from building hospitals to delivering test kits. And defense officials are advising the pandemic could be a 90-day problem possibly continuing as late as July, a sharp contrast to remarks made by U.S. President Donald Trump this week.  VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb has more. Originally published at - morigin.voane...
Disinfecting Drones Used in India's Slums to Fight Coronavirus
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CORONAVIRUS Officials are using drones carrying disinfectants in southern India in an effort to disinfect slums and crowded market areas inaccessible for vehicles, Thursday, March 26. READ MORE: Some of India's legions of poor and people suddenly thrown out of work by a nationwide stay-at-home order began receiving aid distribution Thursday, as both the public and private sector work to blunt t...
North Macedonian Priests Spray Holy Water in Streets
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CORONAVIRUS A group of North Macedonian priests spayed holy water on the streets and cars of the town of Veles as their way of battling the spread of the new coronavirus. According to the Povardarska Diocese, holy water is used to protect people against wars, earthquakes and other disasters and the local church has decided to spray all towns in their area of responsibility, while reading the sc...
Pakistani Officials Deliver Free Food Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
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CORONAVIRUS Officials distributed essential food items to needy people in Pakistan's Sindh province to keep people fed amid the coronavirus pandemic, Thursday, March 26. READ MORE: Several of Pakistan's senior religious leaders announced Wednesday that they will keep mosques open for group prayers, on a day when the country's confirmed cases of COVID-19 crossed the 1,000 mark, and most of the c...
France Evacuates Coronavirus Patients Via Train
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CORONAVIRUS France has begun evacuating coronavirus patients via a high-speed medical train, Thursday, March 26. READ MORE: With the global COVID-19 death toll surging past 20,000 people this week, accelerated efforts to develop coronavirus treatments are primarily focused on adapting existing drugs intended to fight other diseases. “The shortest path to a treatment, we think, is to repurpose s...
US Says Ready to Work With China on Coronavirus
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In an unprecedented videoconference of G-7 foreign ministers, global leaders are pledging to work together to battle the coronavirus outbreak.  The United States says it is ready to work with China to end the global pandemic and restore the world economy.  But as VOA’s State Department correspondent Nike Ching reports, some analysts are skeptical about the ability of both countries to cooperate...
Kenya’s Pastoralists Bear the Biggest Brunt of Disasters.
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Kenya introduced the Hunger Safety Net Program in 2012 to cushion affected people through a direct cash transfer to help with recovery, but that help has been slow going. And the government says it has limited resources to extend the service to all in need. VOA, David Lomuria reports from Kenya. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5345573.html
Somali Women Find Opportunities, Risks Adapting to Drought
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After years of devastating droughts, many rural Somali families are migrating to urban centers, including in the breakaway territory of Somaliland. To survive, some women are going into business, challenging traditional gender roles that have long defined the workforce. Neha Wadekar visited the town of Burao with the charity Oxfam and has this report. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.e...
New Rome Hospital Quickly Filled with Coronavirus Patients
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Rooms of a newly opened hospital in Rome dedicated to COVID-19 patients were filling up quickly, Wednesday, March 25. Nine out of the 13 available rooms were already busy with patients infected by COVID-19, who needed intensive care, intubation and ventilators. The new COVID-19 hospital is based in a converted private clinic for cardiovascular diseases. READ MORE: A provincial official in Italy...
COVID India Lockdown
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India is under lockdown following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s order for people to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. India's 21-day ban on venturing out puts nearly one-fifth of the world's population under lockdown. VOA correspondent Mariama Diallo has more. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5345593.html
Public Workers Disinfect Buses in Peru to Mitigate Coronavirus Spread
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Public workers in Peru's capital clean and disinfect buses, Wednesday, March 25, as part of the safety measures the government has taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Peru reported 416 COVID-19 cases, and 7 deaths, so far. READ MORE: U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed Wednesday for $2 billion to help the world’s most vulnerable nations cope with the coronavirus pandemic. “CO...
Coronavirus Pandemic Likely to Have Major Negative Impact on U.S. & China Film
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[[The coronavirus pandemic has shut down movie theaters and caused movie releases to be postponed in the U.S. and China, the two largest film markets in the world. VOA ‘s Elizabeth Lee has details on how the pandemic is affecting moviegoers and movie producers in both countries.] Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5345589.html
Security Forces and Troops Stand Guard Near Sikh Temple After Attack in Kabul, Afghanistan
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Footage provided by Afghan television station TOLO News shows security forces and coalition troops standing guard near a Sikh temple in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, Wednesday, March 25, where gunmen and suicide bombers stormed a religious gathering. READ MORE: Officials in Afghanistan say at least 25 worshippers are dead and at least eight others are injured. TOLO News said at least 11 members ...
Turkish Vocational Students Step-up to Help Amid Disinfectants and Masks
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People are rushing to stock up on supplies as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. That’s making masks and disinfectant hard to find. A handful of Turkish vocational school students are trying to deal with that shortage by making masks and disinfectant materials themselves. VOA’s Mahmut Bozarslan is in Diyarbakir with collaboration of Orhan Erkılıc in Gaziantep. This report is narrated by Bezhan ...
High Fashion Italian Firm Now Makes Masks Instead of Clothes
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From alcohol distillers brewing hand sanitizer to car manufacturers assembling protective wear, companies around the world have been joining the effort to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus. A fashion production house in Italy recently went from fancy pants to fancy masks. VOA’s Arash Arabasadi looks at the so-far absolutely fabulous results. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu...
Empty Streets in Paris Amid Coronavirus Restrictions
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CORONAVIRUS: With the French lockdown in its second week, the streets of the capital, Paris, appeared almost empty, Wednesday, March 25. France reported 22,622 COVID-19 cases, and 1,102 deaths, so far. READ MORE: U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed Wednesday for $2 billion to help the world’s most vulnerable nations cope with the coronavirus pandemic. “COVID-19 is menacing the whol...
Seagulls, Pelicans Take Over Peruvian Beach, Amid Coronavirus Lockdown
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CORONAVIRUS: Ten days after a state of emergency was declared in Peru, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the usually crowded beaches of Lima have been taken over by Peruvian gulls and pelicans. Peru has reported 416 COVID-19 infections, and 7 deaths, so far. In a rare sight, thousands of Belcher's Gulls and pelicans swarmed the beaches, since they were closed to the public. Peruvian biologi...
Coronavirus: Egypt Disinfects the Pyramids of Giza
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CORONAVIRUS Egyptian municipality workers disinfect the Giza pyramid complex on the southwestern outskirts of the capital, Cairo, as part of the protective measures against the spread of the coronavirus, Wednesday, March 25. READ MORE: Egypt began deep cleaning the area around the Giza pyramids on Wednesday as authorities work to disinfect tourist spots closed by the coronavirus outbreak. Worke...
As Prince Charles Catches Coronavirus, Some Britons Want More Royal Support
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Britain's Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, has tested positive for the coronavirus. Buckingham Palace made the announcement Wednesday, adding that the 71-year-old had only mild symptoms and was otherwise in good health. The future British king is self-isolating at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, with his wife Camilla. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5345480.html
Kremlin Appeals to Russia’s Religious Conservatives ahead of Constitutional Vote
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Despite growing concerns over spread of the coronavirus, Russia is moving forward with plans to hold a national referendum in April on changes to its constitution. While the proposed amendments are widely seen as providing President Vladimir Putin a legal lifeline to extend his rule, the changes also would enshrine conservative values and religion into Russian life. From Moscow, Charles Maynes ...
Coronavirus: Iraq Uses Anti-Riot Water Cannon to Spray Disinfectant
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Iraqi security forces use an anti-riot water cannon Wednesday, March 25, to spray disinfectant around the streets of Basra in a bid to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. READ MORE: Iraq has so far reported 346 positive cases of coronavirus and 29 deaths. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed Wednesday for $2 billion to help the world’s most vulnerable nations cope with the cor...
Turkey's Grand Bazaar Disinfected to Fight Coronavirus
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CORONAVIRUS The iconic Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey, was disinfected, Wednesday, March 25, as Turkey continues to fight the coronavirus. READ MORE: Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, is at the center of the country's efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. Authorities are ramping up restrictions, as the number of infections increase. On Tuesday, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca announced the...
Riot Police Fire Tear Gas to Disperse Shoppers in Kenya
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CORONAVIRUS Riot police in Kenya fired tear gas into a crowded market, Wednesday, March 25, to enforce government restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus. READ MORE: As COVID-19 sweeps the globe, more and more people are relying on e-commerce to get what they need so they can practice social distancing. Businesses across West Africa are also seeing a boost in their online sales, thoug...
Russian Toilet Paper Factory Increases Production
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A Russian toilet paper factory increases production to avoid a toilet paper shortage amid the coronavirus pandemic, St. Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, March 25. The factory increased its toilet paper production by 25% in order to avoid a shortage in the supermarkets over the coronavirus pandemic. Toilet paper has become one of the commodities shoppers across the world have hoarded as the corona...
West Virginia National Guard Helps With Coronavirus Response
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CORONAVIRUS: Members of the West Virginia National Guard are assisting other agencies in the state, including the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources and West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, in addressing logistics related to COVID-19 pandemic outbreak response efforts, Wednesday, March 25. The U.S. has registered 53,740 COVID-19 infections, a...
Coronavirus: Macron Wears a Mask During Visit to Mulhouse Field Hospital
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French President Emmanuel Macron wears a face mask as he visits the military field hospital in Mulhouse, eastern France, Wednesday, March 25. French President Emmanuel Macron launched a special military operation Wednesday to help fight the new virus in one of the world's hardest-hit countries.
The 2020 Coronavirus Crisis | Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren
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This week on “Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren" for March 25, 2020: The 2020 Coronavirus Crisis. The world’s economic foundations are struggling under the weight of the coronavirus pandemic. Industries are losing billions as supply and distribution chains shut down and millions hunker down to practice social distancing. How are governments and health officials meeting the unprecedented econom...
Indian Police Scold Citizens Breaking Coronavirus Curfew
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CORONAVIRUS Indian police scolded citizens not complying with the coronavirus lockdown in effect all around the country, Wednesday, March 25. READ MORE: India cricket captain Virat Kohli and his Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma have posted a video message to their compatriots urging them to stay at home for the next three weeks in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The country of...
British Neighborhood Sings 'Happy Birthday' To Young Girl During Lockdown
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CORONAVIRUS A whole neighborhood in Southampton, Britain sang Happy Birthday to an 8-year-old girl who couldn't leave her house due to the coronavirus lockdown, Wednesday, March 25. READ MORE: Although COVID-19 remains the same across borders fast-moving and often fatal how countries respond to the coronavirus may mean changing the outcome for their populations. Britain initially relied on herd...
First Coronavirus Patients Arrive at Field Hospital in France
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CORONAVIRUS The first batch of coronavirus patients arrived at a makeshift army hospital in eastern France, Tuesday, March 24. READ MORE: European governments are scrambling to secure tens of thousands of additional ventilators as well as personal protective gear for health workers, while trying to calm public fears over food supplies, as the coronavirus crisis worsens.  But countries are compe...
South Korea to Provide Coronavirus Test Kits to US
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South Korea, which has been among the best in the world at coronavirus testing, has agreed to provide the United States with badly needed test kits. Seoul says U.S. President Donald Trump asked South Korea for the coronavirus help on Tuesday. As VOA’s Bill Gallo reports, Trump’s request comes at a tense moment in U.S.-South Korea relations. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/south-k...
Lebanese Municipality Disinfects a Refugee Camp
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CORONAVIRUS Workers sprayed disinfectant outside and inside the tents at the Marj el-Khoukh refugee camp, Lebanon, Wednesday, March 25. The camp has some 200 tents and is home to hundreds of Syrians who fled the war in their country seeking safety in neighboring Lebanon. The head of the Hasbaya Municipal Union, Sami Al-Safadi, described the situation in the camp as a ticking bomb. Lebanon has s...
Following Postponement, Olympic Torch Remains on Display in Japan
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CORONAVIRUS Visitors came to view the Olympic flame in Fukushima, Japan, Wednesday, March 25, as organizers decide what to do with it following the postponement of the Olympic games. READ MORE: The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be postponed until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Tuesday. Although the International Olympic Committee...
Following Postponement, Olympic Torch Remains on Display in Japan
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CORONAVIRUS Visitors came to view the Olympic flame in Fukushima, Japan, Wednesday, March 25, as organizers decide what to do with it following the postponement of the Olympic games. READ MORE: The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be postponed until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Tuesday. Although the International Olympic Committee...
Some people start panicking, anxiety levels rise.
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It is hard for many to stay calm while getting the seemingly never-ending updates on the coronavirus as the number of infected people in Europe topped those in China. Maxim Moskalkov talked to psychologists about fighting anxiety and remaining calm during these trying times. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5344331.html
Local Distillery Switches from Whiskey Production to Sanitizers
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As the world battles the coronavirus, shortages of disinfectants are becoming more of a problem. That’s prompting some companies like a small distiller in Falls Church, Virginia to find creative ways to help. VOA’s Ozlem Tinaz recently visited the facility and filed this report. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5344323.html
European Governments Shrug Off Brussels on Coronavirus
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Rising coronavirus infections aren’t only testing Europe’s national governments to their limits but also straining European Union solidarity with the governments of member states shrugging off pleas for greater coordination. Instead, national governments have been paying little heed to Brussels and are pursuing their own ways of containing the virus and coping with the economic fallout, say dip...
Robots Rise to Battle Coronavirus
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Before the coronavirus outbreak, a Beijing technology company was already working to integrate autonomous vehicles into daily life in China with pint-sized sidewalk sweepers and delivery robots. Now there is a demand to re-version the technology to take the place of workers who are staying home in the hopes of containing the virus.  Matt Dibble reports for VOA. Originally published at - morigin...
Amid Outbreak, Trump Wants Americans to Get Back to Work
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President Donald Trump on Tuesday told Americans that “we have to go back to work” and said he wants to open up the country by April 12th. Meanwhile the World Health Organization has warned that the United States could become the next epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. White House Correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the story. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5344236.html
Fans Across the Globe Mourn the Death of Cameroon-born Saxophonist Manu Dibango
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Fans across the globe are mourning the death of a Cameroon-born saxophonist considered one of the most influential musicians in world dance music. Manu Dibango, best known for his international 1972 hit “Soul Mokassa,” died Tuesday after contracting the coronavirus. VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5343781.html
Coronavirus: US President Trump Says He Wants to Re-Open Country by Easter
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CORONAVIRUS U.S. President Donald Trump reiterated Tuesday during a coronavirus task force briefing that he would like to re-open the country for business by Easter. READ MORE: Trump says the rise in the stock market and bipartisan work on Capitol Hill are good signs in working toward the country getting back to normal amid the new coronavirus pandemic. Trump is poised to send the United States...
A Spa Experience That Includes Virtual Reality with a Massage
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From work to school, almost everyone gets stress sometime in their day. One company found an application for virtual reality that takes users on a mini 30 minute vacation in the middle of their day that stimulates all of their senses. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee visited this mini spa and has this report from Los Angeles. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5343786.html
California Residents Buy Guns Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Los Angeles authorities have announced that all restaurants, bars and amusement parks will be closing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Locals are spending their time in huge lines in grocery stores. But food is not the only thing people have been stocking up on in California - there are also lines in front of some gun stores. Angelina Bagdasaryan has the story narrated by Anna Rice. Originally publi...
Jihadist Ambush Kills at Least 70 Soldiers in Nigeria
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At least 70 Nigerian soldiers were killed in an ambush on their convoy by jihadist fighters in the restive northeast, military and security sources said Tuesday. READ MORE: Insurgents fired rocket-propelled grenades at a lorry carrying troops as it traveled near Gorgi village in Borno state, Monday, March 23, two military officers, who withheld their names, told AFP. "It was a huge loss, at lea...
For Students With the Right Tech, Online Classes Succeed
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Schools around the world have jumped into high gear to respond to the coronavirus global health crisis. In a matter of days, classes have moved online as students check in to virtual classrooms. Bronwyn Benito has more. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5343803.html
Police Use Helicopters to Monitor Locked Down Streets of Rome
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CORONAVIRUS Police checked the abandoned streets of Rome for stragglers in helicopters amid a countrywide lockdown to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Tuesday, March 24. READ MORE: In Italy, the Veneto region has initiated mass screening of citizens to find asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus. The action follows mass screening in a single town that has had no new cases since March 13. V...
Brazil Stadium Turns into Hospital for Coronavirus Patients
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A sports stadium in Brazil is being turned into an open-air hospital to handle patients of the coronavirus outbreak, Tuesday, March 24. The 45,000-seat Pacaembu stadium in São Paulo is expected to house more than 200 beds for minor cases of COVID-19. It is expected to be ready in 10 days. The stadium is near several key hospitals in Brazil's biggest metropolis, which is the national epicenter o...
Airbus Delivers Masks From France to Spain
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A Spanish military aircraft transported face masks from France to Spain, to provide more equipment to Spanish health workers amid the coronavirus outbreak, Monday, March 23. The cargo was part of about 2 million protective masks that were transported to Europe over the weekend, onboard an Airbus a330-800 from Tianjin, China. After landing at Getafe air base in Madrid, members of the Spanish mil...
German Helicopters Evacuate French Coronavirus Patients
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CORONAVIRUS Medical staff carried French coronavirus patients aboard German rescue helicopters to transfer them to a hospital in Germany, Monday, March 23. READ MORE: The head of Germany's public health institute says there are signs that the exponential growth curve for the country's coronavirus infections is flattening for the first time. Lothar Wieler said Monday that it appears the curve is...
French Police Using Drones to Enforce Lockdown
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CORONAVIRUS Amid the coronavirus crisis in France, authorities are turning to drones to warn the population and enforce confinement measures in Marseille, Tuesday, March 24. READ MORE: Spain started storing bodies in an ice rink converted to a makeshift morgue Tuesday, as coronavirus deaths mounted there and around the world, with the World Health Organization warning the pandemic was still in ...
Germany Coronavirus Testing Nose Swabs
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Medics test patients for the novel coronavirus by collecting samples from their nose in Munich, Germany, Monday, March 23. A new testing station for the coronavirus has opened in Munich for health staff, police officers, firefighters and other essential workers. Meanwhile, scientists in the Department of Virology at the Technical University of Munich, study the virus to understand its short and...
Timelapse Footage of Empty Rome Streets
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CORONAVIRUS Timelapse footage taken Monday, March 24, shows the abandoned streets of Rome as Italy continues its coronavirus lockdown. READ MORE: Italy, which has suffered by far the deadliest consequences of the novel coronavirus outbreak, reported Tuesday a third consecutive day in which its daily deaths and new infections declined. The 601 deaths recorded Monday are still a staggering figure...
Field Hospital Built in the Gaza Strip to Quarantine Virus Patients
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CORONAVIRUS Palestinian construction workers build a field hospital, Monday, March 23, to quarantine coronavirus patients in the war-torn Gaza Strip, where two cases have been reported. READ MORE: The International Monetary Fund is urging governments in the Middle East to take immediate action to blunt a likely economic setback that could arise from the novel coronavirus pandemic. Jihad Azour, ...
UAE's Sharjah Police Drones to Enforce Coronavirus Lockdown
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United Arab Emirates Sharjah Police are using drones equipped with a loudspeaker to enforce lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, Sunday, March 22. The drones fly over the Gulf emirate of Sharjah ordering people to stay at home as part of the United Arab Emirates' plan to curb coronavirus outbreak. Dubai is closing its famous malls and halting all passenger flights, capping a series of shutdo...
Drone Footage of Idle Heathrow Airport as Britain Goes into Lockdown
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CORONAVIRUS Drone footage taken Tuesday, March 23, shows a nearly completely idle Heathrow Airport in London as the country begins a coronavirus lockdown. READ MORE: Confusion rippled through Britain on the first morning after Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered a three-week halt to all nonessential activity. The government has told most stores to close, banned gatherings of three or more peop...
Pompeo Visits Afghanistan in Bid to Resolve Political Impasse
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a previously unannounced visit to Kabul Monday to meet with Afghanistan's rival leaders as he seeks to end the political crisis and salvage the peace process with the Afghan Taliban. A senior U.S. official says Pompeo made the trip despite coronavirus concerns because this is the "best chance at peace" after 40 years of war. VOA's Diplomatic Corresponden...
Nigeria Health Authorities, Partners Conduct Free TB testing and treatment
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Health experts say Nigeria isn’t likely to meet the United Nations’ 2030 tuberculosis eradication target, as the nation still accounts for the highest fatality rate from the disease in Africa. Officials say they’re trying to address major factors like inadequate awareness and funding by offering free screening and treatment. For VOA, Timothy Obiezu has more from Abuja as the world marks Tubercu...
Washington Authorities Urging People to Reconsider Visits to See Cherry Blossoms
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Washington authorities issued a warning to visitors enticed by the annual cherry blossoms. It’s becoming "increasingly difficult to maintain effective social distancing" amid the coronavirus outbreak. This comes as more than 1.5 billion people worldwide were asked or ordered to stay home. VOA correspondent Mariama Diallo has more. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5342547.html
Coronavirus: US President Trump Says America will 'Soon be Open for Business'
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President Donald Trump looked to reassure the public again Monday, March 23, that the coronavirus outbreak will be short-lived. READ MORE: "Our country wasn't built to be shut down," Trump said at a White House briefing with members of his Coronavirus Task Force, adding, "America will again and soon be open for business." Trump said his administration is working on the "next steps," for re-open...
US Navy Hospital Ship Readies for Coronavirus Response
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Workers loaded supplies aboard the U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Mercy at Naval Base San Diego, Sunday, March 22, before it departed Monday for Los Angeles, where it will take part in U.S. authorities' response to the coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE: The U.S. Naval Hospital Ship Mercy has been docked in San Diego, while preparing to head to Los Angeles to help the city deal with the new coronavi...
TV COVID Disinfecting Streets -- Arabasadi
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Typically busy streets around the world look like scenes from post-apocalyptic movies. The coronavirus pandemic has left most people at home, while authorities take advantage to wage war on the virus… one block at a time. VOA’s Arash Arabasadi has more. Originally published at - morigin.voanews.eu/a/5342126.html


  • Dj Novel Stream
    Dj Novel Stream 22 hours ago

    Короче они всех убили кто болеет и по этому у них сей час нет вируса

  • music bazar bd
    music bazar bd 22 hours ago

    عزيزي حكومة دبي بسبب فيروس كورونا الوبائي المستمر ، نحن العمال الذين يعيشون في دبي نقضي العديد من الأيام في التكلفة. يتوقف العمل في كل مكان. أنت تقوم باستئجار واستئجار غرفة وكيف ستأتي نفقات عائلتك في البلد. نحن عاجزون جدا. عزيزي حكومة دبي تمد يد العون لنا

  • Ashik Jonathan
    Ashik Jonathan 22 hours ago

    church and priests are enemies of christ.

  • God Speed
    God Speed 22 hours ago

    Black goggles, eyes closed, day dreaming... Thats how you beat the chicken

  • Zeku B
    Zeku B 22 hours ago

    So çute when he call his name

  • Jana Denham
    Jana Denham 22 hours ago

    i mess you michael jackson im crying

  • Nitin
    Nitin 22 hours ago

    Thanx to Delhi govt. What a drastic management.

  • John Bell
    John Bell 22 hours ago


  • -Ligma-
    -Ligma- 22 hours ago

    The guy at 1:37 looks like Pulse from r6 siege

  • exter international
    exter international 22 hours ago

    Buzdil ayash kom mute kofar se bhi age nikl gae

  • Bharvi Vora
    Bharvi Vora 22 hours ago

    Hey Chinese people don't you know there are so many other things to eat...... umm like pizzzzzzaaaaa

  • Shrawan Chaudhary
    Shrawan Chaudhary 22 hours ago


  • Budhia Nahaka
    Budhia Nahaka 22 hours ago

    Now Islam zihadi and viruses very dangerous humanity so quickly kill him

  • Flavio Vallocchia
    Flavio Vallocchia 22 hours ago

    Thank you all for your beautiful messages..Flavio from Italy ❤️

  • jyoti prakash
    jyoti prakash 22 hours ago

    Log Jai mata di jai shree ram jai jagNath karte hain par ...Andhebhakt jai modi shah karke nikle

  • Tejasvi naik
    Tejasvi naik 22 hours ago

    Because of China our India also face ..really nonsense and bad habit they have ..idiot

  • Uriah faamasino
    Uriah faamasino 22 hours ago

    Yes the real preparation is the defence against rubber CHICKENS ! 😳

  • kiernanist
    kiernanist 23 hours ago

    May 2018 was when Trump ordered Secretary of Defense John Bolton to disband the entire NHS pandemic team. 🦠 Trump bragged that he didn’t need those people sitting around doing nothing & he could just hire them back if he needed to. This was the team that President Obama OJT together, so of course Trump wanted them gone. God bless Dr. Fauci. Sure wish he was the only one doing the briefings and Trump would just be quiet and do what Fauci recommends.

  • Gee Smith
    Gee Smith 23 hours ago

    It's all set up by design

  • narpis hydar
    narpis hydar 23 hours ago

    Have a time to accept Islam.

  • ali jan shah kazmi
    ali jan shah kazmi 23 hours ago

    Please pakistnio sekho

  • Falvey Donovan
    Falvey Donovan 23 hours ago

    This's just for the health of others

  • Jefrison
    Jefrison 23 hours ago

    IDK what is wrong with my country

  • Michael Peer
    Michael Peer 23 hours ago

    I want to have this man’s job!

  • Mayur Mankar
    Mayur Mankar 23 hours ago

    These people don’t leave a single chance to show-off. Not even in serious issue like corona pandemic.

  • Chris Dobbins
    Chris Dobbins 23 hours ago


  • Indian Patriot
    Indian Patriot 23 hours ago

    nice toys

  • Aghil Vs
    Aghil Vs 23 hours ago

    Both are same

  • Evsi Abd
    Evsi Abd 23 hours ago

    BJP suck 😂😂

  • Bronze Day
    Bronze Day 23 hours ago

    India is the largest slum in this world

  • Shuvro chandro Nath
    Shuvro chandro Nath 23 hours ago

    What...so those who voted trump , all are uneducated...??? So this proves that democratsbis a party for educated rich people...not the party of uneducated poor people...so people...vote trump again this year.

  • Giannis Melas
    Giannis Melas 23 hours ago

    Islam does not integrate in the European values. Islam takes advantage of the european values in order to impose its system.

  • chomp chomp
    chomp chomp 23 hours ago

    karma... For Indian frauds, scammers ruining lives by stealing from families and causing traumatic stress

  • Chris Dobbins
    Chris Dobbins 23 hours ago

    people need to wake up to the real world ground zero wuhan china there communist so they can just lock people up there they have to coax us first but here are the people locked in there buildings yelling at a visiting official its all fake she does no even so much as glance up at them none of the people are paying any attention to the so called sick and the channel is playing it off as them heckling her and in the wrong wake the hell up we have elite masters like people like me been telling you for years right after this video china shut off all there phones u can find plenty of videos on that this is rar there is Italy vids like this one to hard to find wake the hell up something is wrong here this whole thing stinks to high heaven watch the video its pretty much smoking gun think people we are all in serious trouble and not from a virus stop acting like good little sheep for all our sake watch it clear as day its fake is all fake there is no virus its just flu season this is going to get much worse then any of u think tvclip.biz/video/Yo81j6o97Z4/video.html

  • Paul
    Paul 23 hours ago

    Dirty filthy anti Christ church worshiping a concrete statue that can't do anything for you get out of Babylon people!!!!

  • Tabbinda Malik
    Tabbinda Malik 23 hours ago

    Hhahah India walo badla day rhy ho jesa krna wesa bharna ...tm na Kashmir per jo Kia ab pora Bharat ma wesa scene bana hua h

    CARMEN 23 hours ago

    Beauty Queen Diana👑❤️💯💯🔝🔝🔝💓💐🌹🥀🌷🌺🌸🏵️🌻🌼🌱🌈🌟🌏🍃🙏🙏😇bless all family 👤👥

  • Tabbinda Malik
    Tabbinda Malik 23 hours ago

    Hahaha this is reality of India...o Hindu sun lo ye ho tum na Kashmir ma zulm Kia huwa tha khuda na tmhy pora India ko Kashmir jesa bana dia ...corona tab khatam hoga jab tum Kashmir Azad kro gay

  • Srinivas Jeeva Kushi S.V Jeeva kushi

    Ysvano hevanu mental

  • Tabbinda Malik
    Tabbinda Malik 23 hours ago

    Hahaha this is reality of India...o Hindu sun lo ye ho tum na Kashmir ma zulm Kia huwa tha khuda na tmhy pora India ko Kashmir jesa bana dia ...corona tab khatam hoga jab tum Kashmir Azad kro gay

  • Ayden Ponce
    Ayden Ponce 23 hours ago

    1:23 can we appreciate that Adam’s apple

  • James Goner
    James Goner 23 hours ago

    look at that woman's face. she must be filled will shame and self-hatred

    LIFE CHANGER 23 hours ago

    What???? Lockdown made social distancing failed

  • S b
    S b 23 hours ago

    only vote not stady

  • RedEye
    RedEye 23 hours ago

    LoL 😁😁

  • Tucan Flies
    Tucan Flies 23 hours ago


  • Sakil khan
    Sakil khan 23 hours ago

    Alhamdulillah It should be everywhere

  • Divine Truth1
    Divine Truth1 Day ago

    Utter nonsense.

  • sonu bhardwaj
    sonu bhardwaj Day ago


  • Marc W.
    Marc W. Day ago

    Why is the woman filming so damn rude?

  • selcuk selcuk
    selcuk selcuk Day ago

    this is wery good ,yes of corso ,,but peaples not understand virus aboth...

  • Masked Charades

    I would have been cracking up just hearing the chicken

  • M.R Afnan
    M.R Afnan Day ago

    pagal bandy trafic ty khalart ny

  • Ăķãšh Šíñğh

    ye mulliyaon ki wajh se mulle mar kha jate h🤣🤣

  • noman abbasi
    noman abbasi Day ago

    PM Modi and RSS has brought the world towards destruction by calling God's anger: Why....? The final reply is that Kashmir was lockdown, brutal killings were there no body raise the voice... Now its revenge by the God whole world under lock down and corona is killing peoples. . . . Its rule of natural justice that When the cruelty becomes excessive its decrease by nature. Modi and RSS is purely responsible for whole corona and its disastrous moving.... Stop killing in kashmir and india and you will see the end of corona..... Get Stop the killings in Kashmir, Lift the curfew and you will see the blessings from God and the corona will end automatically.

  • Vernon
    Vernon Day ago

    Man they r murdering animals literally i hope they die Motherfuckers

  • MindCrafter WMC

    So this is supposed to not make them hold the laugh when the serial killer threatens hostages with a chicken ?

  • Batatz Batatatz

    Corny 🌽

  • Nasty business.

    Plastic paddys..more Irish then ireland my arse

  • Rishabh Sharma

    Ek baat bata du SAB ME SAB AATE (MAN AND WOMAN)

  • Tom fer
    Tom fer Day ago

    Indian police use brutal lathi charge on violators ! Misuse of power.

  • Andika Imanuel All yoga

    China is no for evil corona

  • Salman Wazir
    Salman Wazir Day ago

    Is ko kehta ha asli hakomat , very very excellent

  • Mohsen Khan
    Mohsen Khan Day ago

    Shit hole country 😷😷😷💩💩💩💩🇮🇳🇮🇳

  • Annna Grg
    Annna Grg Day ago


  • Tariq Anjum
    Tariq Anjum Day ago

    France should use rafale fighters against crona virus.

  • Mahesh Pithadia

    Love you Prince From Mumbai

  • Zahid Ahmad
    Zahid Ahmad Day ago


  • unisih lestari

    mengerikan, this not will happen in indonesia , my country.

  • Monzaman30E
    Monzaman30E Day ago

    horny idiots.

  • Rajat Gawande
    Rajat Gawande Day ago

    This is Time boomb 😰

  • Ella Windstorm

    Thats gross disgusting 🤮🤮🤮🤢🤢🤢

  • gbilios
    gbilios Day ago

    turn away from sexual immorality

  • Евгений Русский


  • smart gaming team

    पुलिस को सलाम

  • SamuelandPaige Schuster

    I lack total composure and laigh at anything even if it is t remotly funny i was laughing like a maniac this whole video

  • Khapong Phom
    Khapong Phom Day ago

    Most of them are Bangladesh that's the problem of CCA

  • Mrinal kanti dey

    🇮🇳Helpless,no hopeless ❤️❤️💓

  • Niranjana Nahak

    Thanks to all Doctor and Scientific team, suddenly they can finding the treatment way techniques for any type of new Desease.

  • Matthew Hanson

    Now here's somebody has never been to the f****** Philippines talking about the Philippines that he knows any goddamn thing shut the f******

  • ungas024
    ungas024 Day ago

    Because Duterte is Chinas Dog, China helped him win the election and at the same time US is a paper Tiger. Philippines have asked your helped during the naval Stand-off way back in 2013 but you advise the President at that time to back-off and China will do the same. The rest is history.

  • Lies Bennoui
    Lies Bennoui Day ago

    🤳StrasbourG 👈

  • first name surname

    You feelin it now huh... Butt hurt

  • Komala Komala
    Komala Komala Day ago

    Insah Allah all police Corona

  • Partywrestlerproductions LLC

    What the heck did I just watch,looks like a football game is over,everybody sick in there,smdh

  • Rakib Raj
    Rakib Raj Day ago

    La ilaha illal laho mohammadur rasol ollha

  • A lonely Pirate

    If you have a Insurance in Korea, Hospitals price are very cheap.

  • StrongnBeautiful

    Wow, I never knew how funny a rubber chicken was. Gonna have to get one of those. 😃😄😂

  • azri hassan
    azri hassan Day ago

    28 days later...

  • Matthew Hanson

    Well when there's a national disaster there in the Philippines he can gold God damn tell China to help their f****** ass out

  • Matthew Hanson

    He a punk ass b**** that's what he is he's been that way since 2016 he's a little b**** his butt sword because he did not get a visa to come see his goddamn girlfriend in the US that's why he's a little f****** b**** should towards the u.s. you could tell him I said it I don't care I own a home there in the Philippines I married just not too many days after on the 18th to my wife in the Philippines he can kiss my motherfuking ass at Punk f****** b****

  • Ranjan Sarkar
    Ranjan Sarkar Day ago

    China jonno. Akdi bipod asbay

  • Candra prakash Ray

    Mar sakaten hai

  • Manjay kumar
    Manjay kumar Day ago

    👃👃👃👃 ye bhagwan tera lakh lakh suker

  • Lets Pusch
    Lets Pusch Day ago

    Versuchen die grade eine ganze Spezies auszurotten?

  • Mike Holly
    Mike Holly Day ago

    I hate this guy can’t stand the site of him anymore too much of his annoying tone and same doom and gloom

  • amit jain
    amit jain Day ago

    General treatment of viral and bacterial infections in human body. Present day we are worried about coronavirus. Every possible measure has been taken by the government to control spillover of virus but still it is spreading. I personally do not think that it is a good idea to wait for weather to change and hope everything will be fine when summer comes. Further there are no treatment protocols available for this new virus that is no antivirus available. chloroquine is only immunomodulator and not antiviral it will surprise or modulate immunity and hence decrease the symptoms by the original disease progresses relentlessly unchecked. only hope now is secondary level prevention primary being avoiding contact with virus and tertiary being use of specific antibacterial and antivirus against the infection. so what we do now is to step up the immunity using medicines and diet that is to be used as a medicine here and is the key factor we have to boost up the body first get rid of unnecessary parasites and bacteria living in your body usually they live in mouth and oral cavity gums lungs respiratory tract intestine both small and large specially the Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, candida, soft tissue infections UTI or anything that's bothering you next practice keto diet. so first step take 400 milligram single Dose of Albendazole which even otherwise you will be taking twice a year to cleanup your intestine of a parasites take a single dose of oflox Oz after 1 hour to clean the Intestine Small and possibly large of the bacteria. next day take a single dose of ceftum that is cefuroxime axetil 500 milligram. now comes the main part the diet. We will be using diet as our main weapon. now that we have already got rid of parasites and bacteria. We have to keep our alimentary tract clean. so our immunity can work against viruses as its attention has been shifted away from bacteria and viruses it is free now to kill the virus that ensures that we do not get bacteria and viruses and parasites in our body again not only but we eat but how we cook quantity quality matters. not to mention Food Adulteration. at first of all stop eating roti I know it is a big thing to ask wheat is main source of glycogen energy in muscles so eat dalia instead cooked in cooker. pressure heating will kill all parasites and bacteria also cook vegetable pulses also in pressure cooker properly for more recipes to diet and other recipes mail me on my email id mention in the description or whats app number 9694064228 I know it may sound silly but cook milk in cooker to kill heat resistance spores. please wait do not call me stupid right away first try the above formula and keto diet is high fat low carb diet which burns ketones. Milk is only source of saturated fat for vegetarians like me. but you should cook strictly according to the recipes and methods only then it will work you have nothing to lose and above method will not harm you human body is a wonderful machine and it will Heal by itself and no virus can touch it provided you give it a chance to heal and not mess with it by eating samosa and parontha. Please contact me before starting this protocol so that i can tailor it according to your needs and body. Also i have missed too many things in this which i will discuss later. Get in touch before starting it. Thanks. Comments and suggestions welcome. Too many things are due which i will discuss in later.

  • bilal afzal
    bilal afzal Day ago

    Saly hijre jo bi kre gy nach k kre gy

  • crystel _B-A-B

    this is amazing