There are a lot of questions about the Coronavirus. There are also a lot of answers. Information changes rapidly because scientists and doctors are learning new facts daily. Therefore, information may change but don’t let the learning process confuse you-ask questions and research the issues, like visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (click on the image above).
In light of the questions people are asking here are some questions and answers as published by the Los Angels Times…
Over the next wo weeks prevention through social distancing and hand washing is the big roadblock fo the Coronavirus. This little virus (pictured above) is set to cause big problems. Two key weapons against the virus are social distancing and hand washing.
Have you ever played a card game then decided to see how high you could stack the cards? Bryan Berg has made card stacking an art form. He holds numerous Guinness World Records (so many he's lost count), and keeps upping the ante on the difficulty. Stacking a house of cards on a running dryer? Why not!
(NBC) “Some of the first warning signs can include extreme fatigue, weakness and chills. But other symptoms often follow.”
2020 is a year of changes for Costco, apparently. The beloved big-box store made its first food court-related membership changes in February, and now the rules are changing again to cope with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Where can you find a bank that accepts parmigiano-reggiano cheese as collateral for a loan? Italy, of course. We’re sharing some of our favorite stories from this creative country, starting with the cheese bank in Gavasseto. Then we’re headed to an ecological theme park in Nervesa della Battaglia full of non-motorized, nature-inspired rides. From there, we’re stopping at a barber shop in Milan for a trim… using fire. Wherefore art we next? We’re in Verona to meet the love secretaries who respond to love letters sent to Juliet of “Romeo and Juliet” fame.
To wear a mask or not to wear a mask, that is the question. New York City and Los Angeles are encouraging mask use. Here is a report from ABC News.
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
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