Corona Virus Updates

3 Lessons From How Schools Responded To The 1918 Pandemic Worth Heeding Today

Much like what has happened in 2020, most U.S. schools closed during the 1918 influenza pandemic.

Israel May Restart Commercial Flights To Greece And Italy From August 1

According to Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, commercial flights to and fro Greece, Cyprus and Israel may be re-started from August 1.

The New COVID-19 Vaccine By AstraZeneca May Protect For Up To A Year

AstraZeneca is developing a COVID-19 vaccine with the University of Oxford, and now, the company's CEO is suggesting that the vaccine may be able to provide protection for one year.

The Countries Handling The Corona Virus Pandemic Effectively, Have One Thing in Common; Women Leaders

It is not that the men leaders are failing, it is that less women leaders are failing. This is starting an important conversation on women in leadership. A conversation,  we must admit is long overdue.

New Zealand Has Had No Active Cases For 17 Days Now

New Zealand has ended its strict corona virus lockdown rules as it has not recorded any new cases for the past 17 days.

Abia State Has 67 New Corona Virus Cases

Abia state has 67 new cases of Corona Virus. Also, the governor of Abia state, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state has tested positive for Coronavirus

Dora Siliya, Zambia’s Information Minister Tests Positive For Corona Virus

The minister of information and broadcasting in Zambia, Minister Dora Siliya announced on Saturday May 23, that she has tested positive for Coronavirus.

Spain To Start Allowing Tourist Visits From July

Starting from July, Spain will start allowing foreign holidaymakers into the country. This is following a major drop in corona virus cases.

Eritrea Is Now Corona Virus Free

Eritrea has declared itself Corona Virus Free after successfully treating all 39 cases of corona virus without any deaths.

Watch Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala Talk About The Global Alliance For Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI)

The Global Alliance For Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) is an alliance of the WHO, UNICEF, the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and other organisations and governments.

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Women in Politics: How Society Can Amplify Their Voices

Women are usually held up to a higher standard when they hold leadership positions. Their actions could make or break the entry of other women into that same position and that, in itself, is inequality. - Olanrewaju Ajeigbe

All You Need To Know About Lucinda Southworth

Lucinda Southworth is an American Scientist, Researcher and Philanthropist. She is married to Larry Page, the co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Google. He (Larry Page) also served as the CEO of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc until 2019.

Anne Wojcicki Biography

Anne Wojcicki is an American business woman who co-founded and also serves as CEO of the personal genomics company 23andMe.

Zimbabwe’s Patriot Bill – All You Need To Know About It

Zimbabwe's Patriot bill which is anything but patriotic attempts to criminalize oppositional demonstration, and communication with foreign embassies that take place without government clearance among other things.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Is Releasing A New Short Story, Zikora

Zikora tells the story of a Nigerian Lawyer based in Washington, D.C., who was abandoned by her partner after he learned that she was pregnant for him.