Wednesday, 22nd March 2023

Free masks offered to public transport users in and around Paris

Free masks are distributed to public transport users to curb the possible spread of coronavirus.


4 Mar 2020
To curb the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19, robots have been mobilised in China and parts of the U.S. to perform tasks that will reduce human contact with people already infected with the virus and inform the public about preventive measures to take to avoid getting infected.⁣⁣
22 Mar 2020
As the World Health Organization warns of an extremely "rapid evolution" of COVID-19 on the continent, we see how various African countries are dealing with the pandemic.
26 Mar 2020
Isreal's strategy for reducing spread of coronavirus
29 Mar 2020
Covid-19: How we make money selling face masks - Trader
1 Apr 2020
Convicts at a juvenile detention center in Guatemala make face masks to help with the COVID-19 pandemic, saying they want to help their country and make amends for their mistakes.
7 Apr 2020
Why not make face masks mandatory? With Covid-19 still spreading and the mortality rate still rising in Europe, even a bandana helps. As the likes of Germany and Austria start to ponder a gradual easing of lockdowns, François Picard's panel warns against a premature lifting of confinement.
7 Apr 2020
The messaging app WhatsApp has moved to limit the increasing spread of misinformation through its platform. The WHO has identified an "infodemic" of false medical advice and conspiracy theories around COVID-19 online.
26 Apr 2020
The spread of Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria, and in particular Kano state, is a great concern for many.
26 Apr 2020
The CDC recommends that people wear face masks in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are 5 common mistakes to avoid when wearing one.
2 May 2020
The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation has released guidelines for transport operations in the state, in order to contain the spread of COVID-19.
11 May 2020
This week we bring you a show all about face masks as France starts to lift its lockdown. Faced with controversial shortages at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, French authorities initially rejected the notion of a generalised use before finally touting the device as essential, and in some situations compulsory.
13 Aug 2020
A study has revealed a so-called "infodemic" exacerbated COVID-19 suffering through the spread of rumors and conspiracy theories. The research looked into false notions such as drinking bleach and eating cow dung.