In this time of anxiety, here are 10 easy tips and guidelines you can practise to shop wisely for essentials and to maintain your health while staying at home.
Social distancing has changed the way humans interact with each other. Social media has opened the channels of communication and people are finding creative ways to stay in touch.
News of the COVID-19 pandemic response dominates nearly every media platform, including some social media and internet sites where misinformation and myths are circulating.
The world’s tallest building, through languages of the world, spreads the message: #StayHome for your safety.
The global spread of the coronavirus – which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) – has left many people wondering when and how the outbreak may subside.
The infection rate however continued its downward trend, with the civil protection agency reporting nearly 86,500 confirmed cases in Italy — a 7.4 per cent increase, down from around 8.0 per cent in previous days.
Experts believe that people who are not practising social distancing are doing so because they feel their freedom is threatened or that they won’t fall sick. Here’s how to talk to them about staying at home.
If you are bored at home and don’t feel like watching another movie on TV or reading another book, here are some activities you can try to pass the time.
Second Lieutenant Ermando Piveta, who served in the Brazilian artillery in Africa during World War II, was brought out of the Armed Forces Hospital in Brasilia to a burst of trumpet music and applause.
Authorities race to contain an emerging outbreak of the Delta strain as millions of residents in the city and several other areas will be placed under stay-at-home orders from Saturday afternoon for three days