Angela Merkel quarantined, Rand Paul tests positive, Ohio on lockdown Due To Corona Virus
The number of global coronavirus cases surged past 300,000 on Sunday, with more than 13,000 deaths worldwide, according to John Hopkins University, which reported that China, Italy and the U.S. had the most people diagnosed with the respiratory illness The news came as the number of Americans under virtual lockdown grew to over 80 million on Saturday, and Ohio issued new shelter-in-place orders On the same day, China’s National Health Commission also reported six new deaths. Five of the deaths occurred in Wuhan in Hubei province, where the outbreak originated late last year
World Health Organization warns of criminal impost
The World Health Organization warned over the weekend of an uptick in criminals disguising themselves as WHO workers to steal money or personal identity information vulnerable people The United Nations branch responsible for public health around the globe urged people to verify the authenticity of anyone claiming to be from WHO. It also issued a list of questions and information the organization will never
Tokyo Olympics wouldn’t solve anything and ‘isn’t on the agenda’
The International Olympic Committee said Sunday that canceling the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo “is not on the agenda,” even as Australia and Canada became the first two countries to pull out of the games because of the coronavirus pandemic In a long statement, the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, said the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease it causes, had led the organization’s executive board to conclude that “the IOC needs to take the next step in its scenario-planning.