• US epidemic rebounds Republican and Democratic parties urge Trump to wear masks
    The number of confirmed cases of the New Coronary Pneumonia in the United States increased to 2.53 million, accounting for a quarter of the world’s total, and more than 125,000 deaths. Several states have recently rebounded, worrying about the second wave of outbreaks. Vice President Pence met with Texas Governor Abbott to discuss speeding up virus […]
  • Presidential election outpost and local law election Green Party victory over Macron frustrated
    France held a second round of municipal elections on Sunday. Under the influence of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, the turnout rate was only 40%. Prime Minister Philip was elected mayor in his hometown of Le Havre. The Paris mayor Hidalgo defeated the candidate of the ruling Republican Progressive Party and declared a successful re-election. The Macron government […]
  • Spreading disagreement with Johnson Love and British Cabinet Secretary and National Security Advisor to resign
    Mark Sedwill, Britain’s most senior civil servant, cabinet secretary and national security adviser (Mark Sedwill), announced his resignation on Sunday after he reported a disagreement with Prime Minister Johnson’s celebrity and chief political adviser Dominic Cummings. There have been rumors that Johnson planned to reorganize the civil service, and Cummings once criticized Sedwell that the government […]
  • Tokyo epidemic shows signs of recovery
    Japan’s new coronary pneumonia epidemic shows signs of recovery. On Sunday, 113 new confirmed cases were added, setting a new high after the emergency was lifted. The cumulative number of confirmed cases reached more than 18,500. Among them, there are 60 newly confirmed cases in Tokyo, which is also the highest value of the number of […]
  • Female barista barista who refused to serve without a hood received a crowdfunding tip of 620,000
    In the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, the barista Lenin Gutierrez of Starbucks, San Diego, California, asked a female customer to wear a mask and was humiliated by the other party’s photo and uploaded to the social network for public review. However, a large number of netizens criticized the practices of female customers, and others initiated crowdfunding, […]
  • Think tank report: Australia faces risk of outbreak again
    June 22 (Reporter Hao Yalin) Australia plans to enter the third phase of relaxation of epidemic prevention and control in July, but the latest research report released by the Australian think tank Gratton Institute pointed out that the country is in the “new normal” During the transition period, the epidemic situation may break out again, […]
  • South Korean Center for Disease Control: South Korea has seen its second wave of new pneumonia outbreaks
    according to Yonhap News Agency, the head of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said that South Korea has seen a second wave of new pneumonia outbreaks. According to statistics from the Korean Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC), as of 02:00 on the 22nd local time, South Korea had 17 new […]
  • WHO warns that the new wave of new pneumonia outbreak threatens the real existence
    When attending a celebration, WHO Director-General Tan Desai pointed out that the threat of the second wave of the new coronavirus is real, and there is still a chance for the epidemic to break out again, calling on people of all countries not to take it lightly and to protect themselves. The famous fountain on […]
  • U.S. 100-year-old World War II veteran dismisses female nurse after being killed by opponent’s hammer
    A veteran who had participated in World War II in New York State, USA, recently celebrated his 100th birthday with his family. Due to the continuing epidemic of new pneumonia, in order to reduce the risk of infection, the family decided to dismiss a female nurse who had been taking care of him. Unexpectedly, there was a […]
  • Twitter removed more than 170,000 accounts involving Chinese message manipulation
    The social networking site Twitter announced that it closed more than 170,000 accounts, alleging that they were related to the activities of the Chinese government to manipulate information, including praise for China’s handling of the epidemic and comments on Hong Kong demonstrations. Twitter pointed out that more than 170,000 accounts that were closed belong to […]
  • Japanese Kumamoto Kuma resumes work to visit nursery school to promote anti-epidemic lifestyle
    Japan’s New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic has eased. The authorities earlier relaxed the emergency order. The Kumamoto prefecture mascot “Kumamoto Bear” has also resumed work and participated in anti-epidemic campaigns to promote a new life that avoids “three secrets” (closed, dense, close contact) the way. “Kumamoto Bear” was affected by the epidemic and had to suspend […]
  • Tokyo’s Toyosu market reopens after 3 months
    Affected by the new Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, about 3 months after the suspension of public admission in Tokyo’s Toyosu market, public admission was reopened on Monday. The sushi restaurants in the market have taken anti-epidemic measures and are happy to welcome guests who have long been away. The restaurants and other shops in the market can see […]
  • Opinion polls show that support rate lags behind Biden Trump to resume campaign momentum in two weeks
    President Trump, who is racing for re-election, plans to restart his campaign in the next two weeks. Since March, Trump has not held a campaign rally because of the new crown pneumonia epidemic. According to the latest polls conducted by CNN’s various agencies, the former Vice President Biden, who has received enough votes for party representatives and […]
  • Dozens of old people living alone in Britain infected with disease
    The epidemic of New Coronary Pneumonia continues to wreak havoc across the country, and many sad tragedies have occurred. Earlier, the United Kingdom reported that many old people living alone died of their new coronavirus at home, and their corpses ran out of bad smell before they were discovered by neighbors. The doctor said that according to […]
  • Mexican police violent man was killed by police without wearing masks
    Just as the abuse of force by the police sparked anger in the United States, a similar tragedy occurred in neighboring Mexico. A man was accused of not wearing a mask when he went out during the outbreak of the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic. He was arrested and beaten alive by police officers. The incident became more […]