Category: COVID-19

Videos captured of people being dragged into quarantine by authorities are being censored in China

“Fight against any speech that distorts, questions, or rejects our country’s COVID-control policy,” said Xi on Thursday, sending a warning to many local CCP leaders who questioned Beijing’s policy. From an aged resident who was wrongly declared dead to people being dragged into isolation, the situation in China continues to worsen. This week, in Chinese […] Read More

Dallas Love Field Airport In Texas Is Now Testing Giant 7-Foot Tall ‘SCOT’ Robots To Monitor The Unmasked And Track Passengers Using Facial Recognition

The 7-ft tall giant robots nicknamed SCOT were installed a month ago to “determine if they are capable of efficiently supplementing current airport operations,” said Dallas Love Field spokeswoman Lauren Rounds. The robots look like many other kiosks at the airport with a touch screen with wayfinding information, maps of parking garages and directions to […] Read More

Shanghai pushes ahead with mass COVID tests as new cases spike

SHANGHAI, March 18 (Reuters) – The Chinese commercial hub of Shanghai is pushing ahead with a mass testing initiative as it tries to curb a new spike in COVID-19 infections, but some districts were easing lockdown rules in an effort to minimise disruptions. The city, home to about 25 million people, saw symptomatic local community […] Read More


White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci testified to Congress about the country’s efforts to develop a pan-coronavirus vaccine, meant to combat both Covid and other similar viruses that could emerge in the coming years. The short-term applications of a vaccine that effectively tackles all forms of Covid could be significant, Fauci said: “We […] Read More


One day after Emmanuel Macron announced he was going to make life miserable to their unvaccinated citizens, Italy immediately followed suit. The measure is immediately effective and will run until June 15. Italy has registered more than 138,000 coronavirus deaths since its outbreak emerged in February 2020, the second highest toll in Europe after Britain. […] Read More

Authorities in China raiding homes and placing people on buses in the middle of the night to quarantine camps’ in world’s strictest lockdown

CHINESE authorities reportedly raided dozens of homes in the middle of the night and forced people onto buses to quarantine camps under the world’s strictest lockdown. The country is racing to control one of its worst outbreaks in a single city since the beginning of the pandemic with a sweeping lockdown and draconian restrictions. The 13 million […] Read More


Swedish start-up tech company Dsruptive Subdermals has invented a scannable microchip that is implanted in people’s arms and can display your COVID-19 vaccination status. The future has arrived, and as we told you was coming, it includes a human implantable microchip for your COVID immunity health passport. We told you that before the vaccine was even finished. Human […] Read More


Macron’s verbal attack came as the government seeks to push through parliament legislation that will make vaccination compulsory to enjoy cultural activities, use inter-city train travel or visit to a cafe from January 15. No longer will it be possible to have a recent test or a recovery from Covid to qualify for the country’s […] Read More

Has Israel become the COVID-19 ‘unvaccinated nation’?

Israel ran the world’s fastest coronavirus vaccination campaign last December, becoming a model for the nations. But 12 months later, it seems the country is falling short of the hype.Now, as Prime Minister Naftali Bennett stressed on Sunday, “at the moment, we are not sufficiently protected.” Based on numbers shared by Health Ministry Director-General Nachman Ash and […] Read More

IATF, high court sued over mandatory jabs

A clerk of court in Las Piñas City filed a complaint against the Supreme Court and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) in connection with the implementation of the mandatory vaccination against Covid-19 for onsite workers in areas where there is an ample supply of vaccines. In a 70-page petition for declaratory relief […] Read More

‘Three shots of Pfizer COVID vaccine 4x less effective against Omicron’

Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis says country could recommend boosters as early as three months after second shot. The neutralizing ability of even three shots of the Pfizer corona vaccine is four times less against the Omicron than the Delta variant, according to researchers at Sheba Medical Center. The team looked at the ability of serums of […] Read More


The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that of the 43 cases attributed to the Omicron variant, 34 people had been fully vaccinated. Most of the 43 COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant identified in the United States so far were in people who were fully vaccinated, and a third of them had received […] Read More


Israeli Health Ministry vaccination advisory committee member and deputy chief of Israel’s biggest hospital Professor Arnon Afek is telling the public to prepare not only to take their fourth “booster” shot but also their fifth, sixth and seventh. 🚨 Breaking: Israeli Ministry of Health announced today that it will soon approve the 4th vaccine shot.It […] Read More

Mark of the Beast Prelude: A New Bill In Congress Would Establish A Federal Vaccination Database All Across America

Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. 12 It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. 13 And it performed great signs, even causing fire to […] Read More


I think mRNA vaccines will ultimately be seen as the most consequential breakthrough of the pandemic. Proving that mRNA works as a vaccine platform has been a massive gamechanger—not just for this pandemic, but for the next one too. Now that mRNA is well-established, we’ll be able to develop safe and effective vaccines super-fast in […] Read More


The 1999 Microsoft video game Omikron continues to go viral on social media amid the new Omicron strain and people have a lot to say about it on Twitter. One person wrote: “Omicron was the name of a 1999 video game by Microsoft and Bill Gates about demons pretending to be humans and harvesting their […] Read More

Covid “Super Strain” ‘Worst-Ever’ Mutation… Spreading rapidly among young…Belgium confirms case..Israel ’emergency’ after detecting…

Scientists are growing increasingly alarmed at a new COVID-19 variant originating in Southern Africa, which on Thursday and Friday forced countries including the U.K., Israel, Italy, and Germany to effectively stop travel from the region, but passengers are continuing to arrive in the U.S. According to Daily Mail, Flight restrictions from South Africa to the US […] Read More

“Super Strain” covid variant discovered in South Africa sparks serious concern

(Bloomberg) — Scientists in South Africa are studying a recently identified new coronavirus variant of concern, stoking fears the country may face a potentially severe fourth wave that could spread internationally. © Bloomberg Testaro Covid-19 Testing Sites as South Africa Battles Third Wave The new discovery, called B.1.1.529 until a Greek letter is assigned to […] Read More

DISTRESS OF NATIONS: Covid protests turn violent in Europe, Austria, Italy, and Croatia revolt

Seven people have been hurt after Dutch police fired on anti-lockdown rioters on Friday night, amid rising anger at the re-introduction of European Covid-19 measures. Police confirmed the injuries in Rotterdam on Friday and said they had fired both ‘warning shots’ and directly at protesters – but did not say if live ammunition or rubber bullets […] Read More

China’s latest outbreak is the most widespread since Wuhan…Now in 19 of 31 provinces

(The Remnants) — More provinces in China are fighting Covid-19 than at any time since the deadly pathogen first emerged in Wuhan in 2019.  The highly-infectious delta variant is hurtling across the country despite the increasingly aggressive measures that officials have enacted in a bid to thwart it. More than 600 locally-transmitted infections have been found in […] Read More

Scientists are now seeking ONE Vaccine for MANY Coronaviruses

The Remnants – Kayvon Modjarrad is out to win the war against this pandemic—and the next one. An emerging-infectious-diseases researcher with the U.S. Army, Dr. Modjarrad is pursuing a vaccine to protect against a range of coronaviruses that cause disease in humans—including Covid-19 variants that might elude today’s vaccines. The goal is to prevent the next […] Read More

Washington school tells students to wear their masks while chewing their food

Students at a Washington state school had been told they had to wear masks at all times — even while chewing their food during lunch. The bizarre COVID-19 protocols at the Geiger Montessori School in Tacoma, just outside Seattle, said students had to wear masks in the cafeteria and could lower them “only to take […] Read More

COVID-19 cases in southeast China more than double as Delta spreads

BEIJING, Sept 14 (The Remnants) – New local COVID-19 infections more than doubled in China’s southeastern province of Fujian, health authorities said on Tuesday, prompting officials to quickly roll out measures including travel restrictions to halt the spread of the virus. The National Health Commission said 59 new locally transmitted cases were reported for Sept. […] Read More

Miami International Airport becomes first US airport to test COVID-19 detector dogs

The Remnants — Miami International Airport (MIA) says it’s the first U.S. airport to test COVID-19-sniffing dogs through a new pilot program. The Miami-Dade Aviation Department is partnering with the Global Forensic and Justice Center (GFJC) at Florida International University (FIU) to host a 30-day COVID-19 detector dog pilot program at MIA. Everyday travelers visiting […] Read More

Iconic San Francisco cathedral requiring vaccine passports to attend services

San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral is in the news after announcing all visitors must be vaccinated. As previously reported, the vaccine passport requirement applies to anyone older than 12, both sightseers and those wanting to attend services and partake in the sacraments at the Episcopal (Anglican) cathedral. Of course, controversy is nothing new for Grace Cathedral, the seat […] Read More

WHO adds new COVID variant — ‘Mu’ — to its watchlist, and warns that it could evade vaccines

The World Health Organization is monitoring a new coronavirus variant called “mu,” which the agency says is now labeled a “variant of interest.” What does that mean? There are three so-called categories of variants being monitored by global and U.S. health officials, but not all variants rise to the level of such classification. Variants are categorized as […] Read More

U.S. hits more than 1,000 COVID deaths in one day

The U.S. recorded more than 1,000 coronavirus deaths in a single day – about 42 fatalities per hour – for the first time since March, according to a Reuters tally. The surge in deaths comes as the Delta variant continues to ravage parts of the country with low vaccination rates. That point hammered home by […] Read More

Parking garage becomes Field hospital as Mississippi sees ‘skyrocketing’ crush of COVID patients

Aug 13 (The Remnants) – The crush of new COVID-19 infections in Mississippi has become so dire that the state has turned to efforts reminiscent of the earliest days of the U.S. pandemic, when a field hospital was set up in New York’s Central Park and a medical ship was moored in the Hudson River. […] Read More

Arkansas nearly out of ICU beds as Delta variant fuels U.S. pandemic

NEW YORK, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Only eight intensive care unit beds were available on Monday in the state of Arkansas, its governor said, as the rapid spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus pushed cases and hospitalizations in the United States to a six-month high. In neighboring Texas, Governor Greg Abbott asked hospitals […] Read More

In England, hundreds of vaccinated people hospitalised with Delta

Public health experts warn that ‘vaccines do not eliminate all risk’ amid early signs jabs may not stop Delta transmission. Hundreds of fully vaccinated people in England have been hospitalised with the highly contagious Delta coronavirus variant, scientists said on Friday. In their latest COVID-19 update, Public Health England (PHE) experts also warned there were […] Read More

Amazon Lottery Offers Vaccinated Workers Cars, $500,000 Cash Inc. — summoning its inner Oprah — will offer cash prizes of as much as $500,000 as well as cars and vacation packages to frontline employees who can prove they have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Unwilling so far to mandate vaccinations for its 1.3-million-strong workforce, the world’s largest online retailer is hoping a corporate lottery […] Read More

Japan COVID cases hit 1 million as infections spread beyond Tokyo

TOKYO, Aug 6 (THE REMNANTS) – Japan reached the milestone of one million coronavirus cases on Friday, domestic media reported, as infections surged in Olympic host Tokyo to other urban areas and the country grapples with an unprecedented speed of spread of the Delta variant. A driver of Finance Minister Taro Aso had caught COVID-19, […] Read More

Covid-19 Delta Variant Ravaging Southeast Asian Country Pushing to It’s Breaking Point

Countries across Asia are grappling with their worst coronavirus outbreaks of the pandemic, spurred by low vaccine rates and the highly-contagious Delta variant. While nations such as China, Japan and South Korea are seeing growing outbreaks, the sharp edge of the Delta wave is being keenly felt in Southeast Asia, with countries seeing rapid rises in case numbers and deaths. Southeast Asian nations that managed […] Read More

Sydney suffers worst pandemic day as lockdown nears six weeks

SYDNEY, Aug 5 – Sydney reported its worst day of the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday with five deaths and a record rise in locally acquired infections as a weeks-long hard lockdown is struggling to contain the highly contagious Delta strain of the coronavirus. Four of the five people that died were unvaccinated while one had […] Read More

Indonesia passes grim milestone of over 100,000 COVID-19 deaths

JAKARTA, Aug 4- Indonesia recorded a grim milestone of more than 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday, data from the country’s health ministry showed, with the Southeast Asian nation recently accounting for one in five fatalities globally. Indonesia has been battling a tide of coronavirus infections and deaths driven by the highly contagious Delta variant […] Read More

Wuhan: Chinese city to test entire population after virus resurfaces

Authorities in the Chinese city of Wuhan will begin testing its entire population, after a handful of positive coronavirus cases were detected there. Wuhan has recorded seven locally transmitted cases – the first local infections in more than a year. The city of 11 million people shot into the spotlight after the coronavirus was first […] Read More

Delta spreads ‘like wildfire’ as doctors study whether it makes patients sicker

The Delta variant — originally known as B.1.617.2 is the possible variant of COVID-19 which was behind the ferocious second wave of coronavirus in India. The new variant is currently the dominant strain worldwide which is present in more than 100 countries. With a new wave of COVID-19 infections fueled by the Delta variant striking countries worldwide, […] Read More

San Francisco hospitals report hundreds of COVID-19 infections among vaccinated staff

Two hospitals in San Francisco reported hundreds of staff infected with coronavirus in July, with breakthrough infections comprising the majority of cases. As of August 2, 55 staff members out of over 7,000 staffers at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital are COVID-19 positive, and none of the infected staff have required hospitalization, a hospital spokesperson confirmed to […] Read More


Mayor Junard “Ahong” Chan of Lapu-Lapu, a city in the Philippines with a population of just under half a million, issued executive order No. 2021 – 040 on Monday, ordering COVID-19 related restrictions until August 25, claiming that there was a “surge” in “positive” cases of the virus in the city. From August 25, however, […] Read More

New Virus Outbreak in Nanjing China worst than Wuhan says Chinese State Media

A Covid outbreak first discovered in the Chinese city of Nanjing has spread to five provinces and Beijing, with state media calling it the most extensive contagion after Wuhan. Almost 200 people have been infected since the virus was first detected at the city’s busy airport on 20 July. All flights from Nanjing airport will […] Read More

President Joe Biden offers $100 for people to get Vaccinated as Covid cases rises

US President Joe Biden has called for states to offer $100 (£71) to the newly vaccinated in an effort to address flagging jab rates amid virus surges. “Today, the President is calling on state, territorial, and local governments to provide $100 payments for every newly vaccinated American, as an extra incentive to boost vaccination rates, […] Read More

Sydney Australia records largest daily rise in COVID-19 cases, seeks military help

 Australia’s biggest city Sydney posted a record one-day rise in local COVID-19 cases on Thursday and warned the outbreak would get worse, as authorities sought military help to enforce a lockdown of 6 million people poised to enter its sixth week. Australia has struggled to contain an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta variant in […] Read More

More Deadlier Covid Delta variant is ‘in the air you breathe’: what you need to know about Sydney outbreak strain

Delta strain is significantly more infectious but it spreads the same way as the original virus – including by ‘fleeting’ encounters and respiratory aerosols Infectious diseases experts say a greater focus on airborne transmission is needed to manage the spread of Covid but they have warned against the use of alarming language when describing the […] Read More


There have been more than 1,200 cases of a myocarditis or pericarditis mostly in people 30 and under who received Pfizer’s or Moderna’s Covid vaccine, according to a series of slide presentations published Wednesday for a meeting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. Myocarditis is the inflammation of […] Read More

If you don’t wear a mask in Indonesia you are forced to dig graves for Corona victims

At least eight people who have refused to wear masks during the coronavirus pandemic have been forced to dig graves for people who died from covid-19 in the province of East Java, Indonesia. “There are only three available gravediggers at the moment, so I thought I might as well put these people to work with […] Read More


Nowtheendbegins – The Aug. 27 letter, obtained by McClatchy, asked governors to fast-track permits and licenses for new distribution sites. “The normal time required to obtain these permits presents a significant barrier to the success of this urgent public health program,” Redfield wrote. “CDC urgently requests your assistance in expediting applications for these distribution facilities,” […] Read More


Nowtheendbegins – “I think people will be frightened because it’s a new thing but that’s normal. We’ve heard the feedback and are figuring out how to reduce this terrifying feeling.” The robot has no pressure sensors to know if it’s accidentally pushing into your flesh, but Lee says the 3D imaging provides accurate and safe […] Read More

Kanye West Says COVID-19 Vaccine is “Mark of the Beast”

Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the “Bible Answer Man,” weighed in on whether or not a COVID-19 vaccine could be the mark of the beast as referenced in Revelation 13:18 in response to comments made by Kanye West. In a July 15 episode of his Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hanegraaff shared his thoughts on the […] Read More

Counties in Arizona and Texas Bring in Refrigerated Trucks as Morgues Are Overwhelmed by Corona Deaths

With skyrocketing coronavirus hospitalizations in several states… Hard-hit counties in Arizona and Texas are preparing for the worst by bringing in refrigerated trucks as morgues fill up. The US coronavirus outbreak hit nearly 3.5 million total infections Thursday morning and more than 137,000 reported deaths. Thirty-nine states reported an increase in the number of new cases from the week […] Read More

Virus Almost Identical to Corona Found in Abandoned Mine Seven Years Ago

A virus 96 per cent identical to the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 was found in an abandoned mine in China seven years ago. The bat-infested copper mine in Mojiang, western China, was home to a coronavirus that left six adult men sick with pneumonia and three of them dead. Many scientific theories have linked Covid-19 back to bats, which […] Read More

UPDATE: Israel Annexation decision likely to be made next week

July 1, the first day on which the coalition agreement allowed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring sovereignty to a vote, passed without any progress on that front, as was expected. Jerusalem and Washington are expected to coordinate their decision on where and when Israel will extend its laws in the West Bank next week, […] Read More

First COVID-19, Now This: NOAA Predicts Above-Average 2020 Hurricane Season

Just as Americans begin to slowly emerge from COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, another potential threat to normal life is on the horizon – the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially begins on June 1. Latest Video This year the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is forecasting between 13 and 19 named storms, six to 10 […] Read More

U.S. Now Has The Most Coronavirus Deaths, Surpassing Italy!

this is out of control! Read More

Apple and Google debut Bluetooth-based contact-tracing platform to combat Covid-19…and end privacy?

Apple and Google have unveiled an app – soon to be built into their mobile operating systems – that will trace users’ contacts to fight Covid-19. They insist it will be ‘opt-in’ and respect privacy, but we’ve heard that before. The tech giants announced they were working together on a Bluetooth-based contact-tracing app on Friday. […] Read More

Bird Flu and Covid 19 Hits India at the same Time

Two localities in Patna have been tested positive for bird flu. Thousands birds have been culled in Kerala. A patient has also been confirmed positive for swine flu in Bihar. Several died from Monkey fever. What’s more for India? While 1.3 billion people went under “total lockdown” for 21 days to combat the spread of […] Read More

Alleged Prophetic Dream Reveals What God Is Saying About Trump and the Coronavirus

Prophet and respected author Jeremiah Johnson says he received a prophetic dream about President Donald Trump and the coronavirus (COVID-19). Johnson shares about the dream, which he received on March 16, on my podcast today. He says that in the dream, he was taken to a baseball stadium, where he saw a slender man who was […] Read More

Over 100,000 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World

More than 100,000 people have recovered from the novel coronavirus, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University. More cases of the COVID-19, which was first detected in China’s Wuhan city of the Hubei province, have now been confirmed outside the country than within. China has more than 81,400 cases, while nearly 260,000 cases have […] Read More

Hillsong Pastor Carl Lentz tests positive for coronavirus: ‘The symptoms are so real’

Watch the latest video at A Hillsong Church pastor in New York City announced he tested positive for coronavirus, saying it “took him out,” but he is “good” now. Carl Lentz, lead pastor of Hillsong NYC, made the announcement with Judah Smith, pastor of Churchome, on Instagram Live Monday night. The Sunday after Hillsong NYC closed its doors at United Palace and […] Read More

United Kingdom calls for 250,000 volunteers as virus deaths surge

While the death toll and despair of Italy has captured the attention of many in the World, The number of coronavirus deaths in Britain has jumped on Tuesday, the first day of a national lockdown, and now the government has called for 250,000 volunteers to help combat the outbreak. A temporary hospital is also set to open in London […] Read More

It’s Not “Just The Flu”: Here Is Why You Definitely DO NOT Want To Catch This Coronavirus…

Can you imagine being in “blinding pain” for weeks, constantly gasping for air as you feel like you are being suffocated, and screaming for mercy because you are in so much constant torment?  As you will see below, coronavirus survivors are telling us about their hellish ordeals, and they are warning us to do everything […] Read More

This Is Why People All Over America Are Scared To Death Of Being Tested For The Coronavirus…

How would you feel if you received a bill for more than $34,000 after being tested and treated for the coronavirus? This pandemic is showing the entire world that the U.S. healthcare system is deeply, deeply broken, and there is no way that we can continue to go on like this. If coronavirus testing is quick, […] Read More

United States of America fatalities exceed 100 for first time in a single day, Death toll past 500

The National Guard has begun installing four hospital units for coronavirus patients inside the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan.  Dozens of troops arrived at the sprawling 1.3 million-square-foot convention center on Monday morning, hours after Governor Andrew Cuomo and President Donald Trump confirmed plans to set up 1,000 beds inside.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency is slated to oversee […] Read More

Doctors and nurses “scared to come to work” to treat coronavirus patients because of supply shortages

Doctors and nurses on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus in the United States say it’s “the first time” they’ve been scared to go to work. With a shortage of personal protective equipment, some have resorted to using bandanas to cover their faces. “It’s the first time we’ve ever been truly scared to come […] Read More

Panic as coronavirus erupts across Africa – ‘People will die on the streets’

With cases of COVID-19 now recorded in more than two dozen African countries, and South Africa imposing a three-week lockdown which comes into force on Thursday, a German epidemiologist fears the disease will hit the continent hard in the summer, warning: “People will die in the streets“. Europe is currently the epicenter of the pandemic, with well over 60,000 […] Read More

12-year-old girl with coronavirus is on a ventilator and fighting for her life

Emma, a 12-year-old girl, is “fighting for her life” in an Atlanta hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus, according to her cousin.Justin Anthony told CNN that Emma was diagnosed with pneumonia on March 15 and tested positive for coronavirus on Friday night. As of Saturday, she was on a ventilator and is currently in stable […] Read More

DOJ seeks new emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic

One of the requests to Congress would allow the department to petition a judge to indefinitely detain someone during an emergency. The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the […] Read More

New Jersey governor vows to ‘take action’ against people who don’t stay home…

Citizens from New Jersey are being given a stern warning from their Governor. Phil Murphy who reportedly expressed anger this Sunday from reports that he received of people in the state of New Jersey ignoring his stay-at-home order and warned: “We’re going to take action.” Saying he wanted “no gatherings of any kind,” Murphy recently acknowledged the difficulty of enforcing […] Read More

Orders are now being given in Italy not to allow those over 60 access to respiratory machines

Israeli medical doctor Gai Peleg told Israeli television that in northern Italy the orders are not to allow those over 60 access to respiratory machines. Italy suffered more coronavirus-related victims than China with 4,825 confirmed deaths and 5,000 confirmed patients in the last 24 hours, Channel 12 reported on Sunday. Israeli doctor Gai Peleg, who is currently working to save lives […] Read More

Disaster amid pandemic: Croatia deploys army to clean debris, advocates ‘distancing’ after strongest quake in 140yrs

Croatia sent troops to clear rubble in Zagreb after the capital was struck by a series of powerful tremors. The authorities told people to observe social distancing due to the pandemic after initially calling on others to help. Army personnel began working to remove rubble from the city streets hours after Zagreb was rocked by […] Read More

Bill Gates Calls For National Tracking System For Coronavirus

A week after stepping down from the boards of Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway, Bill Gates, cofounder of Microsoft and the second-richest person in the world with a net worth $97.8 billion, took to reddit for an Ask Me Anything on the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, sharing his thoughts on how best to deal with the outbreak and its possible long-term […] Read More

Local pastor admitted to hospital, put in isolation; wife ‘taking turn for worse

A local pastor has been admitted to the hospital and put into isolation nearly a week after his wife was hospitalized for coronavirus.   On Friday evening, Jeff Spencer, a pastor at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Hobart, shared news on Facebook that his wife’s, Darlene Spencer, health continues to decline.  “I love her and just […] Read More

Why did coronavirus hit hard in Italy and Spain? Some blame a lack of social distancing — and a lot of social kissing.

BARCELONA, Spain — When Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of Spain, a country now in lockdown with over 17,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, took the dais in Parliament in Madrid on Wednesday to announce a $220 billion package to help his country’s tourism-powered economy, warning that “the worst is yet to come,” Micol Maria de Vincenti […] Read More

Nearly one billion people confined to homes globally to curb virus

Close to one billion people worldwide were confined to their homes on Saturday as the global coronavirus death toll shot past 11,000 and US states rolled out lockdown measures already imposed across swathes of Europe. The pandemic has completely upended lives across the planet, restricting movement, shutting schools and forcing millions to work from home. […] Read More

New Jersey top health warns that EVERYONE will eventually contract COVID-19

Nearing the end of another 16-hour day overseeing New Jersey’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Judith Persichilli pauses at the door of her crisis conference room to answer a final question. Persichilli, the state health commissioner, has become a familiar face in the state as the woman who calmly announces how many people have tested positive and died of […] Read More

More men dying from coronavirus than women

More men dying from coronavirus than women, data suggests As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to expand, data is suggesting that men may be more at risk from the novel virus than women. Check out the surprising finding from data collected from the most impacted countries. Watch the latest video at More than 10,000 people […] Read More

COVID-19 killed residents at a rate of more than one per hour on Friday.

New York City is being hammered by COVID-19 as a new report is indicating that the virus killed city residents at a rate of more than one per hour on Friday. A  report from the NYP, stated that between just 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., on Friday, 14 people in New York City died from the virus, pushing the […] Read More

Paula White cites Old Testament plague to urge believers to call on God: Coronavirus can be stopped

President Donald Trump’s spiritual adviser, Paula White-Cain, called on Christians to continue praying for an end to the coronavirus pandemic Sunday and referenced the plague God sent on the Israelites for a failed rebellion against His chosen leader, Moses, and his brother, Aaron. Trump proclaimed last Sunday the “National Day of Prayer for all Americans Affected […] Read More

Huge Column Of Military Trucks Is Taking The Coffins Of Those Who Died From Corona in Bergamo, Italy, To Other Cities

Bergamo, Italy: The military is taking the coffins of those who died from Corona to other cities. Because the city’s cremation system is overwhelmed even if running 24/24 and 7/7. This is just terrifying! This impressive column of military vehicles crossed the heart of Bergamo yesterday. Una impressionante colonna di mezzi militari ha attraversato questa […] Read More

California governor orders all 40 million residents to stay at home to limit outbreak

All 40 million residents in the state of California have been ordered to stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The state is one of the worst affected in the US after Washington and New York. There are now 910 coronavirus cases in California, including 19 deaths. New York has at least 5,298 cases, […] Read More

What Is Our Country Going To Look Like If Millions Of Americans Start Dying From The Coronavirus?

Eventually catch COVID-19, and if that actually happens, millions of people are going to die.  Globally, less than 10,000 people have died during this pandemic so far, and the level of fear we are witnessing is off the charts.  The entire western world is shutting down and people are freaking out like we have never […] Read More

Volcano erupts following 4.2 earthquake in Italy amid coronavirus lockdown

As if the people of Italy doesn’t have enough to contend with now, Italy’s Stromboli Volcano has erupted spewing lava and ash, amid a 4.2 magnitude earthquake that also rocked Calabria in the midst of the country continuing its coronavirus lockdown. According to reports, Footage of the volcano eruption emerged on Twitter shortly after midnight there. The Videos […] Read More

Model licks toilet seat in bid to contract virus in sick new “Coronavirus Challenge”

A new dangerous trend is circulating on social media called the “Coronavirus Challenge” where people are challenging one another to try to contract the virus by doing outrageous things! One such example is an Instagram model from Miami, Florida named Ava Louise, a 22-year-old social media influencer who recently filmed herself licking a toilet seat as part of this new challenge in a […] Read More

Is Coronavirus a Sign of the End Times? Billy Graham’s Daughter Answers

If you’re honest with yourself, this question has probably crossed your mind — even if you quickly dismissed it: Could this be a sign of the end times? We’re all camped out at home and this all feels a bit scary. So our minds wander. And when we’re worried, wandering minds can be a dangerous thing. […] Read More

U.S. Virus Plan Anticipates 18-Month Pandemic and Widespread Shortages

WASHINGTON — A federal government plan to combat the coronavirus warned policymakers last week that a pandemic “will last 18 months or longer” and could include “multiple waves,” resulting in widespread shortages that would strain consumers and the nation’s health care system. The 100-page plan, dated Friday, the same day President Trump declared a national emergency, laid out […] Read More

Ten thousand point wipeout: Markets continue downward plunge, as coronavirus fears rattle investors

The ongoing Covid-19 crisis wreaked havoc on global markets, as investors gave a mixed response to stimulus measures and containment efforts. In the US, the Dow Jones closed lower than at any point since Donald Trump’s election. Despite President Donald Trumps’ signing of wartime legislation to address shortages of vital medical equipment, the Dow Jones […] Read More

Italy Death Apocalypse Continues With 475 Dead On Tuesday: Crematoriums Run 24/24, Coffins Fill Up Hospital Morgues, Cemetery Morgue and Cemetery Church, Funerals Without Family Members

After 368 dead on Sunday and 349 dead on Monday, now 475 have died from Covid-19 Tuesday. The Coronavirus deaths are so high in Italy that officials don’t know how to deal with coffins, some places have a waiting list for burials and funerals are happening with no family members there. After 368 dead on Sunday and 349 […] Read More

Another 349 Coronavirus Deaths In One day In Italy – More Than 700 In 48 Hours

Italy has reported more than 700 deaths in two days, including a record 368 in a single day on Sunday. And where do they pile the bodies? Are crematoriums running 24 hours? The Coronavirus pandemic is going completely out-of-control in Italy, with hospitals overcrowded with Covid-19 infected patients, zombie-like medical staff and death rate skyrocketing… Just on […] Read More

Coronavirus calls US’ ‘world’s richest country’ bluff: Will it cling to busted myths or evolve under pressure?

The coronavirus containment measures the US has (belatedly, reluctantly) taken are revealing enormous fissures in its first-world facade, from legions of hungry schoolchildren to their broke parents left to fend for themselves. The US puts a lot of effort into maintaining its image as the world’s richest country, but while it may have the world’s […] Read More

San Francisco Curfew: Residents Banned From Leaving Home After Midnight on Tuesday For Anything But Doctor’s Visits or Grocery Shops to Fight Coronavirus

San Francsisco mayor London Breed is about to announce a lockdown that will last until April 7. People will not be allowed to leave home after midnight on Tuesday for anything but doctors visits or grocery store shops.  Six counties in the wider bay area have told residents to ‘shelter in place’ for all non-essential […] Read More

Stuck at home, Jerusalem neighbors join in balcony Sing-a-long

Using amplifiers and the classic Ehud Manor song ‘Bashana Haba’a,’ a neighborhood joins together during coronavirus outbreak. It was a spontaneous singalong from the balconies of a Jerusalem block on Sunday evening, as musician Ran Yehoshua led his neighbors in a round of “Bashana Haba’a” (Next Year), the classic Israeli song of hope amid crisis. […] Read More

‘Shut It Down’: Colorado Woman In Italy Issues Stark Warning On Coronavirus in USA

From her home in Garda, Italy, Shannon Unks, a CU graduate and former Colorado resident, has a harsh warning for Colorado residents: “Don’t do anything- don’t go to the cinemas, stay home, shut it down.” As of Friday afternoon, there were one death and 77 cases of coronavirus in Colorado. Via Skype, Unks told CBS4 […] Read More

Rabbi Warns Vatican: Return Temple Vessels or Corona-Virus in Rome Worsens

As the COVID-19 crisis worsens worldwide, the Nation of Israel requests that the Vatican immediately return to Jerusalem the Temple vessels that have been stored in Rome for nearly 2000 years.  Rabbi Levi Sudri, an award-winning Bible expert, noted that a divine message must surely be contained within the coronavirus. “It is clear to everyone that we are living […] Read More

Italy Records 368 Deaths in 24 Hours Or 15 Italians Dying Every Hour

This is not an epidemic anymore… It’s a slaughter! Italy records 368 deaths in 24 hours: 15 Italians now dying every hour The Italian government reported 368 new deaths from the coronavirus on Sunday, the largest 24-hour increase since the country confirmed its first case. Moreover, the numbercases of COVID-19 in Italy has surged higher again: […] Read More

President Trump’s Declares National Day of Prayer Proclamation for all Americans Affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION In our times of greatest need, Americans have always turned to prayer to help guide us through trials and periods of uncertainty.  As we continue to face the unique challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans are unable to gather in their […] Read More

Amid The Lockdown In Italy, Citizens Sing Together From Houses Along Empty Streets To Warm Their Hearts and Souls (Videos)

Imagine the whole world singing like this from their houses. No hate, no nothing. Just unified for once. The Italian nationwide lockdown to control the spread of the Covid-19 disease brings Italy to a halt. But today, in a beautiful act of solidarity, residents of Siena and other cities decided to sing and fill their […] Read More

North Korea: About 200 Soldiers Die From Coronavirus and Another 4,000 Quarantined While Officials Continue to Claim Covid-19 Disease Did Not Flow Into the Country Yet

Almost 200 North Korean soldiers have reportedly died from the coronavirus, while thousands more are in quarantine. The government won’t acknowledge they even exist. North Korea has become one of the most troubling blind spots in the international response to the spread of the coronavirus. There is no information about how the country has been affected […] Read More

Turkish FM hits back at Greek counterpart as Ankara & Athens clash over Erdogan’s ‘Nazi’ comments

Turkey’s foreign minister has doubled down on Ankara’s claim that Greece is using Nazi-like tactics against migrants, tweeting a widely-cited NY Times article at his Greek counterpart. Athens insists the article is untrue. Mevlut Cavusoglu appeared to be unmoved by Athens’ condemnation of remarks made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who compared Greece’s treatment […] Read More

Kim Jong Un Responds to Coronavirus With… Missile Launches

The North Korean leader is so keen to project himself as an immortal being that he can’t be photographed wearing a mask. North Koreans are reported to be dying in large numbers from the spreading novel coronavirus, but their leader Kim Jong Un is making a show of his god-like invulnerability, photographed with no protective face mask […] Read More

What Aggressive Coronavirus Lockdown Might Look Like in the U.S.

From limiting movement in or out of large apartments or dormitories to an Italy-style emergency, experts break down what seems to be coming. As residents of Washington and New York battled the two largest clusters of the 2019 novel coronavirus in the United States, new restrictions on public assembly meant to ease the deadly crisis raised the […] Read More

Global markets crash as US bans European flights over CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on the world’s financial markets after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak a pandemic, and the US banned all European flights. European stocks opened sharply lower on Thursday with the London FTSE down over five percent. Jet engine maker Rolls-Royce led the losses, as the company’s shares were down […] Read More