Falling pollution partly blamed for Cyclone Amphan in India and Bangladesh

A climate scientist believes a drop in pollution due to the coronavirus lockdown could have exacerbated Cyclone Amphan in India and Bangladesh. Professor Vinoj Velu, of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, said a drop in sooty particles in the atmosphere allows more of the sun’s energy to reach the sea. The wind speed in … Read more Falling pollution partly blamed for Cyclone Amphan in India and Bangladesh

Students return to schools after COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea

Hundreds of thousands of South Korean students return to school. Educational institutions started reopening after a delay of more than two months due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Students lined up for temperature checks and were given sanitizers to wash their hands as they entered school premises. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP … Read more Students return to schools after COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea

Coronavirus: Nursing Home Uses Plexiglass to Connect Loved Ones During Covid-19

A nursing home in Montijo, central Portugal, has created a special visiting room with a plexiglass screen, allowing relatives to visit their loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic while abiding by social distancing rules. It was a touching moment when Jose, an 84-year-old care home resident near Lisbon, was reunited with his son on Monday. … Read more Coronavirus: Nursing Home Uses Plexiglass to Connect Loved Ones During Covid-19

Mixed feelings as Big 3 carmakers restart production | WNT

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Coronavirus: loss of taste or smell added to official symptoms – BBC News

Loss of taste and smell has been added to the list of official symptoms of coronavirus infection. Previously the list only included a high temperature and a new, continuous cough. The new guidance was set out by the Chief Medical Officers of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Some doctors have criticised the government for … Read more Coronavirus: loss of taste or smell added to official symptoms – BBC News

Gyms Reopen With New Coronavirus Rules in Hong Kong

As gyms around the world begin to reopen after closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, many have implemented Covid-19 safety measures. In Hong Kong, Pure Fitness has installed plexiglass partitions between machines like treadmills and ellipticals to allow social distancing between members. In addition, members are required to sign a health declaration, get a temperature … Read more Gyms Reopen With New Coronavirus Rules in Hong Kong

The coronavirus new normal facing Australians in a world still gripped by pandemic | ABC News

While Australia received its first major reprieve from COVID-19 restrictions this weekend, our lives are still a long way from what we once called normal. Individuals and businesses have been forced to adapt, painting a stark picture of what life might be like in the post-pandemic world. If you are someone who sets your alarm … Read more The coronavirus new normal facing Australians in a world still gripped by pandemic | ABC News

Sheet pan dinner for everyone: Quarantine Cooking Show

Dinner made in one pan, cooked at one temperature, all finished at the same time? It’s not a dream, it’s Mary Beth Albright’s flexible sheet pan dinner for quarantine. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians, and carnivores alike, dinner with a creamy sauce will please everyone. SPECIAL OFFER: To thank you for your support, here’s a deal … Read more Sheet pan dinner for everyone: Quarantine Cooking Show

Coronavirus: Bundesliga restart excites fans in lockdown

Many sporting eyes will be on the Bundesliga as it prepares to become the first major European league to return to action. The Netherlands and France chose to end their seasons early but nine matches are scheduled to take place over the next three days in Germany. New guidelines are in place with temperature checks … Read more Coronavirus: Bundesliga restart excites fans in lockdown

Tiramisù in 5 minutes | Cooking with the Gucci Osteria Chef Mattia Agazzi

Great no-flour recipe for those honing their cookery skills at home from a world class chef and a world class Italian brand: Italy’s classic dessert Tiramisù created by Mattia Agazzi the Chef de Cuisine at the new Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura in Beverly Hills in 5 minutes. Gucci YouTube Channel Ingredients 250g cream 250g … Read more Tiramisù in 5 minutes | Cooking with the Gucci Osteria Chef Mattia Agazzi

US warns hackers backed by China are trying to steal the work of coronavirus researchers | ABC News

US officials have accused China of cyber attacks on organisations researching the coronavirus pandemic. The FBI and the US Cybersecurity Agency warned health care and research sectors that they are the prime targets of hackers linked to Beijing. The accusation has raised the temperature between the US and China, already at loggerheads over the pandemic. … Read more US warns hackers backed by China are trying to steal the work of coronavirus researchers | ABC News

‘Smart helmet’ introduced at Rome airport to take temperature of passengers | Coronavirus

Engineers at Rome’s Fiumicino airport are testing a new ‘smart helmet’ which allows passengers’ temperatures to be scanned while they’re moving. It’s part of a series of safety measures to protect people from Covid-19 when flights become more frequent. The new high-tech ‘smart helmet’ visor has thermo-scan sensors which provide information about the temperature of … Read more ‘Smart helmet’ introduced at Rome airport to take temperature of passengers | Coronavirus

Coronavirus: How is China faring post-lockdown? | The Stream

Round upon round of temperature checks at building entrances. Nervous glances between passengers on the reawakening subway trains. And a working day that bans close contact with colleagues. Millions of people across China are re-adjusting to public life after the lifting of weeks-long lockdowns and other restrictions that sought to stop the spread of coronavirus. … Read more Coronavirus: How is China faring post-lockdown? | The Stream

Ryanair plans to run 40% of flights in July with new COVID-19 rules in UK

Speaking to Sky News, in the UK, Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary, told how the company plans to run around 40% of flights in July, after new Covid-19 rules were announced for Britain. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary plans to implement mandatory face masks and temperature checks to encourage people to fly again. He expects flights to … Read more Ryanair plans to run 40% of flights in July with new COVID-19 rules in UK

Ryanair chief slams 14-day quarantine rule for air travel

Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s chief executive, has called the new rule in which travellers must quarantine for 14 days after arriving in the UK “idiotic”. Mr O’Leary hit out at the plans claiming they are “completely non-science-based”. Instead, he called for other measures to be implemented, such as temperature checks and face masks. Keep up to … Read more Ryanair chief slams 14-day quarantine rule for air travel