Hawke’s Bay DHB said it was “unacceptable” and people needed to show calm and restraint. “We understand there is a high level of anxiety in the community, but it is not acceptable to attack people who have been caught up in this pandemic,” said Hawke’s Bay medical officer Nick Jones. … [Read more...] about New Zealand site to report Covid-19 rule-breakers crashes amid spike in lockdown anger
Just like in the second World War, the pandemic has halted sporting events in many parts of the world. Football has been badly hit, nowhere more so than in Europe. While many countries continued with their domestic leagues during World War 2 that is not the case this time. … [Read more...] about IPL’s fading hope to football’s uncertain future: Covid-19 news from the sporting arena
BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Jair Bolsonaro visited a market area just outside the Brazilian capital on Sunday to press home his case for keeping Latin America’s largest economy ticking instead of locking down activities to combat the spread of the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Bolsonaro visits market to press need to keep Brazil going during pandemic
So then we try to tell them to get some neighbour, who would normally comes in, because neighbours do look after the older neighbours, and try to get them to teach them at least the basics, so that they can be in touch on a video conference with their family. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Are you anxious, worried? Read this!
In his address at an extraordinary video conference of the G-20 leaders, Modi also urged the grouping to come out with a concrete action plan to fight the pandemic and said human beings rather than economic targets should be put at the centre of its vision for global prosperity and cooperation. … [Read more...] about G-20: Modi pitches for new crisis management protocol