According to Chinese researchers, the spread of coronavirus is slowed by high temperature and humidity. Since last December, 8,171 people have been infected with the new virus in mainland China, of which 3,277 died and 73,159 recovered. However, in recent days the country has had three consecutive days without a “local” case of coronavirus and intends to …Read More »
The coronavirus COVID-19 continues to infect people around the globe. It doesn’t matter the age, sex or place where you live where the virus can affect anyone. This was also explained two days ago by the head of the WHO, Tedros in a press release. “Although older people are hardest hit, younger people are not spared. Data …Read More »
Today’s earthquake in Zagreb woke up residents of the Croatian capital in the worst possible way. The buildings were shaking violently and the tremor lasted for a long time and caused tremendous fear among the citizens. Part of the buildings, especially in the city center, suffered considerable damage, and to make matters worse, there were also injuries …Read More »
Maria Rita Gismondo seems to be taking a step back on an epidemic that puts Italy in the knee. “The Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus could have changed”, this is a hypothesis put forward by the director of the Laboratory for Clinical Microbiology, Virology and Diagnosis of Biological- Emergencies at Sacco Hospital in Milan. At this point – by her …Read More »
An Epidemic Every 100 years: Plague of 1720, Cholera of 1820, Spanish Flu of 1920, Coronavirus of 2020 – Is it Just a Coincidence!
There is a theory that every 100 years a pandemic erupts on the planet. It might be a coincidence, but the chronological accuracy is troubling. In 1720 there was a plague, in 1820 – cholera, and in 1920 – Spanish flu… Many researchers say that the current coronavirus epidemic resembles the events of previous centuries. The logical …Read More »