Pictured: Tenant murdered landlords after becoming paranoid about Covid in first lockdown

Pictured: Tenant murdered landlords after becoming paranoid about Covid in first lockdown

A tenant who stabbed his landlords to death after becoming paranoid about catching coronavirus during the first UK lockdown has been found guilty of murder. Daniel Briceno Garcia, 46, killed Sonia Butron Calvi, 66, and Edgar Aguilera Daza, 60, at the home they shared with five others in Stockwell, south Londonon April 1, 2020. Police … Read more

How getting Covid could prevent thousands from voting in the Federal election, after deadline passes

Fury as Covid-positive Aussies are told they might NOT be allowed to vote in the federal election Those who contracted Covid on Saturday may be prevented from voting The postal vote deadline has passed for those infected with coronavirus Phone vote possible but only for those who test positive after Tuesday night This leaves voters … Read more

Scott Morrison exposes astonishing data highlighting what’s REALLY causing Covid deaths in Australia

Scott Morrison exposes astonishing data highlighting what’s REALLY causing coronavirus deaths in Australia: ‘It does not mean that they passed away because of Covid’ Prime Minister was asked about increase in Covid-related deaths this year He suggested Covid was not cause of death for some Aussies who died infected More than 5,000 Australians infected with … Read more

‘Don’t talk about Covid’: major parties accused of virus complacency during election campaign | Coronavirus

The federal election campaign is “clearly a case of Covid Fight Club,” Prof Stuart Turville says. “Don’t talk about it.” Turville, a virologist at the University of New South Wales, wonders when Australia’s continuous Covid-19 deaths and slowing booster shot rates “will become an issue of discussion within our government”. Almost 7,900 Covid deaths have … Read more

WHO Results Report shows global health achievements despite COVID-19 pandemic

Despite the the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization’s 2020-2021 Results Report tracks WHO’s significant achievements across the global health spectrum. Released ahead of the World Health Assembly next week, the report details such accomplishments as the delivery of more than 1.4 billion vaccine doses via the COVAX facility, the recommendation for broad use of … Read more

North Korea promotes traditional medicines in bid to fight Covid outbreak | North-Korea

North Korea is ramping up production of drugs and medical supplies including sterilisers and thermometers as well as encouraging the use of traditional Korean medicines said to reduce fever and pain as it battles an unprecedented coronavirus outbreak. Traditional medicines were “effective in prevention and cure of the malicious disease,” state-run news agency KCNA said, … Read more

‘Don’t talk about Covid’: major parties accused of virus complacency during election campaign | Coronavirus

The federal election campaign is “clearly a case of Covid Fight Club,” Prof Stuart Turville says. “Don’t talk about it.” Turville, a virologist at the University of New South Wales, wonders when Australia’s continuous Covid-19 deaths and slowing booster shot rates “will become an issue of discussion within our government”. Almost 7,900 Covid deaths have … Read more

Nearly a THIRD of COVID-19 deaths suffered by Americans could have been prevented

The United States eclipsed the grim milestone of one million COVID-19 deaths last week, the first country to reach the mark, and a new study finds that a large portion of these deaths could have been prevented by the vaccines. A report led by Brown University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that around 300,000 … Read more