Starting To Open October 4, The First Umrah Congregation Is Given 3 Hours

Each congregation of the first stage of the opening of ‘Umrah will be given three hours to perform umrah, with starting and ending points in the triage area around Mecca. The first phase of the opening of umrah itself will be held from October 4, after a previous seven months stalled due to the coronavirus … Read more

The Story of Premature Babies Fighting to Defeat Coronavirus

LONDON – Premature babies named Peyton Maguire tested positive for the coronavirus and became the youngest patient in the UK to be exposed to the virus. The mother, Tracy Maguire, still remembers when the doctor inserted a swab into the nose of her three-week-old baby to be tested for the coronavirus. Tracy said the moment … Read more

Death of COVID-19 Passes 10,000, US Enters “Peak Death Week”

WASHINGTON – The United States (US) is preparing for a critical week in which the death rate due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) will peak. The US recorded more than 355,000 confirmed cases of the corona virus, the most among other countries in the world, with a mortality rate exceeding 10,000. “It’s going to be the … Read more

United States Suspects Indonesia to Cover Corona Virus Case (Covid-19)

The United States predicts there are still cases of corona virus (Covid-19) that have not been reported in Indonesia. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says this can happen after seeing the number of corona cases is relatively small but the death rate is high. “If a country attaches data, then we see … Read more

King Salman Guarantees Medicine and Food for His People during the Corona Virus in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud for the first time spoke to the public since the corona virus was endemic in the “Land of Petrodollar”. In his speech on Thursday (3/19/2020), King Salman assured the Saudis that food, medicine, and monthly necessities would be guaranteed as long as the country faced the Covid-19 … Read more

Coronavirus Makes Millions of Tons of Dutch Potatoes Stacked

The Netherlands enters the potato planting season, but many Dutch farmers face problems, with millions of tons of potatoes left over from last season due to a coronavirus outbreak. Restaurants in the Netherlands, many of which serve popular “potato” fries, have been closed since mid-March, with a ban on public meetings lasting at least until … Read more

Characteristics of Corona Virus Infected People Covid-19 in First Week

Corona virus pandemic in various parts of the world, including Indonesia, has not shown signs of abating. Various countries are still struggling hard to halt the spread of COVID-19. Various policies are implemented in each country to prevent the spread of the corona virus from becoming more widespread. Some enforce regional quarantine, as well as … Read more

Trump: 2 Week Ahead Will be Very Painful, All US Residents Should Be ready!

Washington – United States President Donald Trump warned about the next two weeks which will be very painful as the US struggles to face a surge in corona virus cases. Even the White House warned that this deadly virus could kill up to 240 thousand US citizens. “This will be two very painful, very, very … Read more

What’s the Difference Between Epidemic vs. Pandemic?

Thоugh уоu definitely don’t want tо bе stuck іn thе middle оf еіthеr, thеrе іѕ a distinction bеtwееn thеѕе twо major health crises. Iѕ thе current coronavirus outbreak аn epidemic оr a pandemic? It depends оn whоm уоu ask. Evеrуоnе ѕееmѕ tо agree thаt іt іѕ definitely аt lеаѕt оnе оf thеm, but ѕоmе disagree … Read more