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Well, there have been a lot of news lately, especially in the news business. I would say that the most important item to watch is the covid news.

This is the coronavirus news that’s being announced around the world. It’s a good time to take stock of what our current situation is.

I think the most important news is the fact that there are now over 500,000 people currently infected, with over 80,000 deaths. The spread of the virus is mostly due to the fact that the majority of those who have fallen ill have had no other symptoms. The majority of those who have died are those who had no symptoms at all. This means that those who have symptoms are now dying while those who are asymptomatic are not dying.

In case you haven’t noticed, covid has brought the entire world to a virtual standstill. We can’t get on airplanes, or train, or go shopping. We can’t even go on some social media websites because they are locked down. We can’t get on the internet, or get on any kind of social media, or get out of the house.

The best way to think of this is that we live in a world where everyone is a victim of the virus. We are all connected and affected by this, we all need to pay attention to the news, and we all need to stay safe at home. In the meantime, we can find more about this story by visiting the Coronavirus (corona.gov) website which is the one shared by almost every news organization.

And because covid is a global pandemic, governments around the world are now trying to figure out how to get people to remain in their homes in order to stop the spread of the disease. The CDC is the most obvious authority, offering guidelines on keeping people home, staying hydrated, and staying away from each other.

So far coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by more than 120 governments around the world, and all are trying to figure out what to do to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the disease. While the CDC is advising people stay home from work, the WHO is recommending that people stay at home if they have a respiratory infection or are planning to travel.

The WHO has also issued recommendations for people who don’t have a respiratory infection, but would like to social distance. These include staying home if you have a cough, fever, or shortness of breath, and staying at home if you’re pregnant, immunocompromised, or have underlying conditions.

The CDCs advice on coronavirus is for everyone to stay home from work. This is because if you have a respiratory infection, you’re at risk of passing it on to someone else. The WHO is recommending that everyone should stay at home if they have a respiratory infection or are planning on traveling, or they should not travel at all.

My advice is to stay home if you have a fever or cough, and if youre pregnant or sick. People who have underlying conditions must avoid travel and public places. The CDCs statement about staying home is for everyone. If you have a fever and a cough, you must stay at home. If you’re pregnant or sick, you must avoid all public places. The WHO has issued a travel advisory to all countries and regions.

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