Monthly Archives: March 2020

Is Covid-19 restoring nature back to health?

Nature has reported to be restoring itself since lockdown has taken place and people have stopped going to work. Dolphins were spotted returning to Venice canals in Italy. Owner of Metropole Hotel  Gloria Beggiato says “It is calm like a pond, because there are no more waves caused by motorised boats transporting day-tripper tourists. And of course, the giant cruise

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HOW THE CORONAVIRUS IS AFFECTING THE WORLD OF SPORT

So far, all sporting events including: Premier League, Euro 2020, Olympics, boxing and golf have been suspended until further notice. Organizations such as The Football Association, the Premier League, the English Football League, FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship have all called a halt to the action. The Grand National, the London Marathon and tennis’ French Open have

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Breaking: Boris and Matt Hancock Catches Coronavirus!

–Mr. Johnson didn’t show up at yesterday’s 5.00 pm conference, which was for the pandemic, nor did Matt. -Shadow Educational Secretary, Angela Rayner, has announced she’s self- isolating. Today at 11.16 am, Boris Johnson has so far sent Twitter wild after posting the fact that he’s tested positive for Coronavirus. He told his 1.8m Twitter followers, the fact that ‘over the last

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Coronavirus: Was the UK Government Given £350bn in the first place?

Rishi Sunak announced that the UK Government ‘won’t get money for the scheme until 1st June,’ which might affect the Arts and Culture community badly… or not… A UK Arts organization, known as the Coventry UK City of Culture 2021, had invested their money to grant people who are either jobless locally or work from home, because of Coronavirus. The organization, which

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An ‘Emotional’ Clap for NHS workers

The UK wanted to thank all of the NHS and care workers for their help and support they’re offering to the UK’s community during this pandemic era. People around the UK have opened their windows last night at 8pm for a group clapping-appreciation to all the NHS and care workers -NHS workers message -The Royal Family message -Boris clapping -Students

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HOW CELEBS ARE USING THEIR FAME TO HELP WITH COVID-19

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect people around the globe, celebrities are turning to social media to cheer up fans. Also many celebrities are giving advice on how to prevent the spread of the ‘invisible killer’, coronavirus, from health advice to much needed light relief entertainment. Danny DeVito, Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller have teamed up with the

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‘Challenge accepted’ is the new day-to-day list

A new trend is populating Instagram’s profiles – It’s ‘CHALLENGE ACCEPTED’ time. As the world is facing a real hard time by #stayingathome during the Lockdown period imposed by The Government, now more than ever Technology and especially Social Medias are key points to keep people connected between each other throughout this disorienting time. WHAT IS THE ‘CHALLENGE ACCEPTED’ HASHTAG?It

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Coronavirus: Has the UK Government Broken their Protection Promise?

They announced the protection scheme last Wednesday, which is said to benefit many bosses and employees at home, including ones within the Arts and Culture community. A week after Rishi Sunak’s speech, a UK Arts organization known as Arts Council England, announced the fact that they’re launching an ’emergency package’ grant. It’s for Artists, museums, galleries, theaters, libraries, and many more within the Arts

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Are Covid-19 symptoms suited to each person?

The outbreak of the respiratory disease covid-19 has claimed 6,650 cases in the UK. Prime minister Boris Johnson announced the lockdown , only allowing people to leave under strict circumstances. The virus of 2019 rapidly made it’s way to the UK in January 2020 and cases further increased in March. The public were informed of the major signs of infection.

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