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1- Don’t stop your Car during Lockdown
If you are not in the car for a long period, you pull up, then you would not use your car because of this knock on. And as we do and we definitely want to you just take your car out to the lock on the toilet. But that should not be done through your thought. This video to learn to share your thought. And this is Martin at the end of this video, posted on a very basic things to do before God is open all the windows and clean the interior of a car before you can take your car.
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I’m bored. I’m bored and bored. I’m bored. I’m bored.
Oh wow. It’s really gotten bad hasn’t it. Yeah. Quarantine is boring. That’s why we’re gonna show you. 29 things to do while your home in quarantine. We are. Twenty nine. That sounds like a lot. But first let’s talk to an expert. Hi my name’s Dr. Rebecca Lester Alan and I am a clinical psychologist at the Center for connection in Pasadena California.
29 Things To Do At Home
1- So I have to admit that I’m bored and I don’t know what to do about it. Yeah, I think we’re all getting really bored and basically boredom is. Our brains being under-stimulated and our brains really don’t like that. Something that I have found really helpful later when people are feeling bored is a concept called the opposite action. And basically what opposite action is kind of getting in touch with your inner rebel and noticing when our impulses and doing the exact opposite. Our thoughts are feelings and our behaviors are intricately connected. The easiest one to change your behavior.
Cleaning can be downright exhausting. After a hectic day, you probably just want to sit down and turn on the TV — not get out the cleaning supplies. However, there are certain things in your home that you should get in the practice of cleaning each and every day. Although you may do some of these already, we’re betting that there are definitely some you’re missing. Because we use these things so often, sometimes it doesn’t even cross our minds that we should be cleaning them super regularly. Thankfully for you, we’ve compiled a list of 8 things you should never go a day without cleaning.
Just because we use sponges to clean doesn’t mean that they are clean. Make sure you’re cleaning your sponges in hot water and soap (or white vinegar, for a natural yet powerful clean) each day. To limit the amount of bacteria your sponges pick up, ensure you’re keeping them away from raw meat juices. To keep bacteria off of your dishes, throw out your sponge after a week or two — at the latest.
Two weeks ago, I posted an article to LinkedIn by Steve Wiens. It is titled, “An Ode to Women Who Are Too Much.” I have often been categorized as “too much.” The response to the article has been amazing, so thank you to Steve Wiens for recognizing that strong women are necessary to this world.
Strong women are often called assertive. They are straightforward about their wants and needs. They often rub people the wrong way. However, women who are strong are complex. They may have a background that has created the need to be gritty, tenacious, and passionate in a way that other people take offense to.
Many of us have been interpreted as demanding or even bossy. But the truth is that strong women can also be very sensitive and thoughtful. Here are eight things that I believe a strong woman brings to all of her encounters:
She stands up for herself. Strong women are outspoken when it comes to confronting others about being treated poorly. When an injustice has taken place, they speak up rather than let it roll off.
She invests in herself. Whether it’s learning something new, pushing themselves to be healthier, or taking a big step outside their comfort zone, these women know that investments they make for themselves and their life offers guaranteed dividends.
She has boundaries. When a strong woman makes decisions, she checks in with herself first to see if she really wants to do it and has the time and space to invest in an opportunity. She says yes to opportunities which strengthen herself and no to those that diminish.
She celebrates other women. Strong women encourage other women. They focus on recognizing and celebrating the strengths they see in other women. She is vocal in her support.
She knows her worth. While she doesn’t always feel beautiful, intelligent, charming, interesting or even strong, she knows that she always brings value. When she finds herself in a situation with someone who devalues her, she’ll either make it known or leave at the first opportunity.
She doesn’t rely on others’ opinions about her life. While she may internalize negativity, she makes an effort to let the negative comments pass and doesn’t allow the remarks of others to stop her from what is right for her. She understands that negativity says more about the person flinging it than it does about her.
She is confident. Most strong women have a well-defined sense of identity, and their actions are in line with their morals and beliefs. They do not have a need to win others over as much as they need to stay true to their own beliefs.
She decides to be strong. There isn’t a woman among us who has not experienced fear, anxiety, insecurity and other negative emotions that can tear us down. Strong women choose to commit to themselves. We truly embrace the idea that we will never give anything, or anyone, the power to break us.
A strong woman can walk into the room and hold her own with class, grace, and style. It’s never about being rude or demanding. Rather, it’s more about maintaining a personal commitment to guide herself through difficult situations.
I’m proud to be “too much.” I’m proud to be strong. I hope you are too,
Global confirmed cases stand at almost 1.7 million, with more than 100,000 deaths. The US has overtaken Italy to become the country with the highest number of confirmed cases, with more than 20,000 deaths.
The US has the highest number of confirmed cases, with a death toll of more than 20,000.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier appeals to Germans to show solidarity
Global confirmed cases stand almost 1.7 million with more than 100,000 deaths
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20:36 The US death toll has surpassed 20,000. The US is now the country with the highest number of Covid-19 related deaths worldwide. Earlier today, the US passed Italy in the number of most confirmed cases.
19:35 Britain’s Queen Elizabeth said that coronavirus “would not overcome us” and that “Easter isn’t canceled” during her first televised address to mark the holiday.
“This year, Easter will be different for many of us, but by keeping apart we keep others safe. But Easter isn’t cancelled; indeed, we need Easter as much as ever,” she said.
“We know that coronavirus will not overcome us. As dark as death can be – particularly for those suffering with grief – light and life are greater. May the living flame of the Easter hope be a steady guide as we face the future.”
Last Sunday, she gave an address on the coronavirus pandemic, in which she referenced her experience during World War II. The United Kingdom has registered almost 10,000 deaths and almost 80,000 cases of coronavirus.
CORONAVIRUS: TIMELINE OF THE GLOBAL SPREAD OF COVID-19Pneumonia-like virus hits WuhanOn December 31, 2019, China notifies the World Health Organization of a string of respiratory infections in the city of Wuhan, home to some 11 million people. The root virus is unknown and disease experts around the world begin working to identify it. The strain is traced to a seafood market in the city, which is quickly shut down. Some 40 people are initially reported to be infected.
19:00 After French nationals apparently faced abuse in the German border town of Gersheim over infection fears, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said it “hurts to see some of our French friends be insulted of confronted on our soil.”
“Corona(virus) knows no nationality,” Maas wrote on Twitter. “Just like human dignity.”
“This kind of behavior is totally unacceptable,” he added. “Besides, we are in the same boat.”Heiko Maas ✔@HeikoMaas
Maas’ comments come after Gersheim mayor Michael Clivot warned that visitors from France were harassed and sworn at in public. Clivot urged respect in an online video.
The border between Germany and France is currently closed for travelers, except for those who are traveling for work and for people delivering goods
18:50 In Indonesia, inmates set fire to a prison on Sulawesi island during a riot triggered by restrictions imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus, according to officials.
The inmates, mostly drug offenders, were upset over restrictions on family visits, as well as the early release of 115 of their fellow prisoners. They became violent and started fires, but no one died, according to Lukmasono, the head of the Justice and Human Rights provincial office.
Hundreds of police and soldiers were deployed to restore order in the overcrowded Tuminting prison in Manado city, the capital of North Sulawesi province. The facility has a capacity of 490 people, but is now holding 550.
Indonesia has been criticized for its unusually low rate of testing and slow reaction to the pandemic, and inmates in cramped conditions are at particular risk of catching the virus. Indonesia has released more than 36,550 inmates in a bid to reduce overcrowding in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
18:45 Hospitals in Moscow are dealing with a “huge influx” of patients, said Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Saturday.
“We are seeing hospitals in Moscow working extremely intensely, in heroic, emergency mode,” he told state television. Russian officials have so far confirmed 13,584 coronavirus cases, including 8,852 in the capital.
Announcing new lockdown measures on Friday, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin warned that the crisis has grown more severe this week and that the number of people requiring hospitalization went from around 500 to 1,300 per day.
18:00 France reports 635 more people have passed away due to COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, putting the death toll at 13,832 on Saturday. The country has so far seen 93,790 confirmed infections.
The latest day-to-day jump is significantly smaller that the one reported on Friday evening, when 987 more deaths were announced.
The number of patients in intensive care continued to fall on Saturday, dropping by 121 people to 6,883.
Italy on Saturday reported 619 new deaths from coronavirus, bringing its total death toll to 19,468. That figure means that Italy has a slightly lower death toll than the United States, which, with 19,701 deaths, currently has a higher number of fatalities than any other country in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University.
17:10 The United States has now had more coronavirus deaths than any other country in the world, according to the tally of the US-based Johns Hopkins Institute.
The casualties reported on Saturday put the US death toll at 18,860 or 11 more than Italy’s 18,849. The US has already overtaken all other countries in terms of the number of confirmed coronavirus cases.
After New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared schools would be closed until September, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo contradicted the announcement and said the decision has not yet been made.
New York closed schools in mid-March, months before the official end of the school year in June.
“So I understand the mayor’s position, which is he wants to close them until June, and we may do that, but we’re going to do it in a coordinated sense with the other localities,”Cuomo told reporters, noting that it was he who had the “legal authority” to make the decision.
“It’s not going to be decided in the next few days because we don’t know,” he added.
16:40 The United Kingdom urged its citizen to stay at home during the Easter weekend as the country recorded nearly 1,000 daily COVID-19 deaths for a second day. The total number of dead is 9,875.
The number of confirmed cases in the country climbed by 5,234 to 78,991 — an apparent fatality rate of 12.5%. However, the number of confirmed cases is likely only a fraction of the actual number of people infected because of a relatively low level of testing.
Police warned they would go after people who flaunt restrictions. Almost 500 house parties and hundreds of other incidents have been reported in the city of Manchester alone in the two weeks before April 7.
“We are trying to engage, explain, and encourage everyone to follow the government guidance,” Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said. “However, where people do not comply with the guidelines, we will use the legislative powers.”
Coronaviruses are a big group of viruses. They include of a core of genetic material and an envelope with protein spikes surround it. These crown-like spikes on the surface make the viruses appear like a crown which is called Corona in Latin and that is where their name comes from. Coronaviruses have four main sub-groupings: alpha, beta, gamma and delta. Different kinds of Coronaviruses cause gastrointestinal symptoms and respiratory. The symptoms of respiratory disease tend to be mild in most people; they can range from common cold to pneumonia.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are seven types of coronaviruses that can infect people and they were first identified in the mid-1960s. Four of the human coronaviruses are mild and people commonly get infected with them, include:
229E – alpha coronavirus
NL63 – alpha coronavirus
OC43 – beta coronavirus
HKU1 – beta coronavirus
However, some animal coronaviruses circulating among animals can pass to people, become new human coronavirus and bring more serious outcomes. They include:
SARS-CoV (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome beta coronavirus) which is first identified in China in November 2002
MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome beta coronavirus) which first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012
The “novel” Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) which is first identified in Wuhan, China.
Where do coronaviruses come from?
Several know types of coronaviruses are circulating in a range of animals including cats, bats, camels and pigs and some of these coronaviruses are zoonotic which means they have the capability of jumping from animals to people. This is called a spillover event.
This could be due to a range of factors such as the increase in contact between animals and humans or the evolvement of viruses in which they combine or mutate with other viruses and create new strains that can infect people. For example, SARS-CoV is known to be transmitted from civet cats and MERS-CoV from camels.
1.2 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
What is 2019 Novel Coronavirus?
2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously detected in human. It is first identified in an outbreak of respiratory illness reported in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. Out of the first 41 people with pneumonia who were identified as having 2019-nCoV infection by 2 January 2020, two-thirds had been associated with Huanan Seafood Market, the largest wholesale market of live animal and seafood in Jiangshan District, Wuhan, Hubei province, China. According to The Wall Street Journal, among 585 animal specimens taken from the market, 33 showed evidence of 2019- nCoV.
Where does the 2019-nCoV come from?
Coronaviruses are known to circulate in animals and some of them have the capability of transmitting to people. However, the animal reservoir of the 2019-nCoV is still unknown.
When the 2019-nCoV sequence is first available, some researchers found that it has a close relationship to relatives that were found in bats. A report on 23 January of a team led by a coronavirus specialist of the Wuhan Institute of Virology – Shi Zheng-Li – showed that the sequence of 2019-nCoV was 79.5% similar to SARS-CoV and had 96.2% similarity to a bat virus. That is why many scientists suspect there is one or more intermediary host pieces between 2019-nCoV and bats.
Early on, a research team led by Wei Ji, a microbiologist at Peking University Health Science Center School of Basic Medical Sciences in Beijing published a sequence analysis online on the Journal of Medical Virology on 22 January and pointed to snakes as “the most likely wildlife animal reservoir for the 2019-nCoV”. The researchers reported that codons of the 2019-nCoV had the most similarity to those used by two snakes which are the Chinese cobra and the many-banded krait and they noted that snakes were sold at the marketplace of live animals in Wuhan where the first cases were documented. Other scientists, however, pilloried it. According to some specialists, the evidence of the study is pretty weak and that coronavirus infections have been detected only in birds and mammals before, there is no proof that these viruses can infect other species so snakes would be a very unusual host. David Robertson, a virologist at the University of Glasgow, UK said that “Nothing supports snakes being involved”.
Can wearing a medical face mask protect you against the new coronavirus? It’s a question many people are asking, including pet owners who are putting canine face masks on their dogs.
If it’s a regular surgical face mask, the answer is no, Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, told Live Science.
A more specialized mask, known as an N95 respirator, can protect against the new coronavirus, also called SARS-CoV-2. The respirator is thicker than a surgical mask, but neither Schaffner nor the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) recommend it for public use, at least not at this point.
That’s because, in part, it’s challenging to put on these masks and wear them for long periods of time, he said.
Specialists receive retraining annually on how to properly fit these respirators around the nose, cheeks and chin, ensuring that wearers don’t breathe around the edges of the respirator. “When you do that, it turns out that the work of breathing, since you’re going through a very thick material, is harder. You have to work to breathe in and out. It’s a bit claustrophobic. It can get moist and hot in there,” Schaffner said.
“I know that I can wear them when I need to for about a half-hour,” he added. “But then, I have to go out of the isolation room, take it off and take some deep breaths, kind of cool off, before I can go back in.”
While it still might be possible to snag an N95 respirator online, Schaffner advised against it. If too many people unnecessarily stockpile respirators, a shortage could put the health of medical workers and those who need them at risk, Schaffner said.
The thinner surgical mask is intended for surgeons, because these products do a good job of keeping pathogens from the doctor’s nose and mouth from entering the surgical field, Schaffner said.
In some Asian countries, such as Japan and China, it’s not uncommon to see people wearing surgical masks in public to protect against pathogens and pollution. But those masks don’t help much in the context of a virus, Schaffner said. “They’re not designed to keep out viral particles, and they’re not nearly as tightly fitted around your nose and cheeks” as an N95 respirator, he said.
“Could they be of some use? Yes, but the effect is likely to be modest,” Schaffner said.
Can wearing face mask protect from coronavirus
He noted that some people wear surgical masks because they are sick with a cold or the flu and they don’t want to get other people sick. But if you’re sick, it’s best just not to go to public areas. “That’s the time to stay home,” Schaffner said.
People sick with COVID-19, however, should wear face masks to reduce the risk of infection to people around them, according to the CDC. Health care workers and those “taking care of someone infected with COVID-19 in close settings (at home or in a healthcare facility),” should also wear face masks, the CDC reported.
People wearing surgical masks should dispose of them after each use, the CDC added.
Otherwise, the best way to avoid getting the coronavirus is to, first and foremost, postpone any travel to places with known outbreaks. You can also thoroughly wash your hands; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; avoid close contact with people who are sick; and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, the CDC recommends.
As for pet owners putting face masks on their dogs, one dog in Hong Kong had a “weak positive” for COVID-19, but it seems likely that the virus got into the dog’s respiratory tract while the pup was sniffing around, not because the dog was actually infected, as it didn’t have symptoms of the disease, the Hong Kong government reported on Feb. 28.
Except for this instance, there’s no evidence that dogs can catch the coronavirus, so if you’re thinking of putting a mask on a pet, “you don’t need to do that,” Schaffner said.
DON’T COMPARE YOURSELF TO ANYONE. This is YOUR journey. Become the best version of YOURSELF. I T ’ S O K T O F E E L U N M O T I V A T E D A N D RESENTFUL. It happens to the best of us, some days you won’t feel like training or being active. Do your best and remember that feeling of accomplishment and pride right after your workout. DON’T OVER DO IT. The last thing you want to do is burn yourself out. It’s all about adopting a maintainable fitness routine and lifestyle. Listen to your body and be kind to yourself. EAT TO FUEL YOUR WORKOUTS. Don’t deprive yourself but at the same time don’t fill your body with junk. Reward your insides with whole foods – this will do wonders for your workouts and physique! 10 things to remember PAGE 33 REMEMBER 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. DON’T COMPROMISE ON YOUR FORM! The last thing you want is an injury, so make sure to train safely! MUSIC! If there’s one thing that pumps me up for a workout, it’s some filthy (aka pump-up) beats! Make sure to play your favourite tunes to increase your motivation and get you through your workout! A B A L A N C E D P R E – W O R K O U T M E A L I S Y O U R BEST FRIEND… well to be honest a long black with a dash of almond milk #LBwithaDofAM is my personal pre-workout bestie. Try to consume something easily digestible like a banana at least half an hour before you plan to sweat it out! G E T Y O U R F R I E N D S A M O N G S T T H E A C T I O N ! Training and having a laugh with your friends not only increases your motivation but it keeps you accountable. T R Y N O T T O S E E T H I S P R O G R A M L I K E A CHORE. Have fun, keep it flexible, be kind to yourself and enjoy the process!