Queen Elizabeth II made a rare televised broadcast address to urge the United Kingdom and the rest of the world to come together amid the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking in a pre-recorded video shot at Windsor Castle, the 93-year-old royal thanked all healthcare workers and also thanked those who have been staying home. The Queen also acknowledges the 「disruption in the life of our country,」 which she said had 「brought grief to some, financial difficulties to many, and enormous changes to the daily lives of us all.」
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When South African president Cyril Rhamaphosa announced a three week lockdown on 23 March, he acknowledged that his country is particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
The virus, he said, is “extremely dangerous for a population like ours, with a large number of people with suppressed immunity because of HIV and TB, and high levels of poverty and malnutrition.” About a quarter of South Africans live in townships – in cramped, unsanitary conditions, rife with health problems.
Since the lockdown began last week, images of police and army brutality have been circulating on social media. That worries Pamela more than catching the virus. “We are not afraid of Corona. We are afraid of the soldiers around us.”
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As the number of diagnoses across Australia grows, so too does the number of patients in recovery.
But in some communities, a fear of being stigmatised is adding to their stress.
Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-04-05/coronavirus-queensland-patients-speak-about-their-recovery/12104118?WT.ac=statenews_qld
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