#Pandemic

News | The News

Report: Trump Campaign Has Been Anonymously Donating Meals to Hospitals Across the Country

The Trump campaign reportedly 'has been quietly calling local restaurants and ordering large amounts of food to be delivered to hospitals.'

News | News

Israel ranks 'safest' country during coronavirus pandemic

The website Deep Knowledge Group has ranked Israel the safest country in the world in terms of its handling of

News | News

Coronavirus Pandemic: California May Have Developed Greater Herd Immunity

One less-mentioned hypothesis about California's relatively low death rate from COVID-19 is that California, as a front-line state, may have rather rapidly developed a greater level of herd immunity than other states have.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

John Krasinski launches 'Some Good News' newscast during pandemic | wqad.com

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the star of "The Office" has launched a YouTube channel filled with positive stories.

Miscellaneous | Products

Outbreak forces See’s Candies to suspend production for 1st time since World War II | KTLA

See’s Candies, a California chocolate institution, is suspending production because of the coronavirus. It’s only the second time in See’s 99-year history that production has been interrupted, the first being when it was halted due to rationing during Wor

Travel | Travel

Amid Coronavirus, the World's Top Tourist Destinations Are Empty - Condé Nast Traveler

Top tourist destinations like Times Square, the Eiffel Tower, and more are completely deserted right now.

Politics | Politics

Coronavirus: Mexicans demand crackdown on Americans crossing the border

Wearing face masks, protesters blocked the US southern border, telling Americans to 'stay home'

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

5 Ways to Lead During the Coronavirus Crisis

The world needs strong people to lead during this time of crisis and uncertainty.

Health & Fitness | coronavirus

Dr. Allon Mordel Said Coronavirus Cases Rising, We Need 'more Of Everything'

New York City medical clinics are made a beeline for a basic "intonation point" at which they will come up short on crisis gear and basic supplies as they treat

Politics | Politics

Coronavirus: More Vital Info From Our Users - Joshua Namm

I wanted to give everyone an update and quick set of reference points provided by Moptu’s incredibly informative users. As we all settle into the new reality of life in self-Isolation, it’s more…

Miscellaneous | Opinion

This Pandemic is Not a Vacation

There have been a lot of discussions surrounding how to behave socially during the Covid 19 pandemic, yet a lot of the basic precautions are being ignored, and certain actions are affecting smaller communities across the globe. While we all should be self

Politics | Op-Ed

America In a New Upside-Down World - American Greatness

he world is changing at a pace not seen in years, and it is no time to become captives of fear despite the real and immediate dangers we face. The coronavirus and the ensuing panic, at least for a few more weeks, have stagnated the economy and scared glob

Politics | Op-Ed

The Impeachment That Killed Americans | The American Spectator

The lethal price tag for the months of the Impeach Trump obsession by Democrats is now in — and rising. Over there at Breitbart, Joel Pollak, one of the serious journalists of the day, has put together this telling timeline...

Politics | The China Threat

Democrats And The Media Are Running Cover For A Communist Country To Blame For A Global Pandemic

During this time of crisis, it is fortunate that Democrats and the media have remained focused on the most crucial issues. That is why, even now, as the number of infected rises and mass closures and shut downs threaten to send the economy into a tailspin

Politics | Politics

Media, Democrats Ran With False Claim Trump 'Disbanded' Pandemic Office

The man who ran the White House pandemic program dismissed a Democratic claim that Trump eliminated the team and criticized reporters for parroting it.

Politics | Op-Ed

SICHEL: Before You Have An Opinion On Coronavirus, Ask Yourself These Questions

Most Americans fall into one of three groups when it comes to the surreal coronavirus event we are experiencing. The first group believes we need to lock nearly everything down except essentials and wait it out until we’ve “bent the curve.” The second gro

Advice & Self-Help | Jewish Wisdom

Jewish Responses to Epidemics Throughout History - Insight & Commentary

Let’s take a look at epidemics throughout history to gain some
insight into how Jews were affected and how leaders responded.

Health & Fitness | Health News

CDC Guidelines: Prevention of Coronavirus Disease

The best way to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection is to avoid exposure to this virus and follow these everyday preventative actions.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

How coronavirus could lead to a permanent remote workforce | VentureBeat

If companies see a payoff from their emergency work-from-home policies, those policies could stick, impacting our cities, the environment, and much more.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel at the forefront of coronavirus measures

Diplomatic Affairs: At first criticized, Israel now looks like a coronavirus containment visionary

Politics | Politics

Coronavirus: Panic or Pandemic? | PragerU

You can't expect to live a full life without assuming some risk. There's a spectrum between precaution and panic, and if isn't well-calibrated you can miss out on the best things life has to offer. March is fundraising month for PragerU. Help keep our vid

Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

The Reservoir - bioGraphic

In Bangladesh, a bat-borne virus you've probably never heard of is poised to become the next pandemic—and medicine alone may not be sufficient to stop it. Is an ecological intervention the answer?

Health & Fitness | Health

Spanish flu: the virus that changed the world - History Extra

In spring 1918 a disease began to sweep around the planet – a lethal virus that infected a third of the world's population and left upwards of 50 million dead. Laura Spinney explores the devastating impact and far-reaching legacy of the Spanish flu pand

News | That's News to Me

AP News : Health worker 2nd in US to test positive for Ebola