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Wings Of Lebanon
(Escapes ) Apr 02, 2020
Wings Of Lebanon, the second Lebanese airline, issued a statement that announces its willingness to make special trips to different parts of the world to secure the travel of Lebanese who wish to return to Lebanon according to the conditions specified by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.تعلن شركة طيران أجنحة لبنان wings of lebanon (شركة الطيران الثانية اللبنانية) عن إستعدادها بالقيام برحلات خاصة الى جميع أنحاء العالم لتأمين سفر اللبنانيين الراغبين بالعودة ...read more
Bill Gates Predicted the Coronavirus in 2015 Ted Talk
(Did you know?) Mar 20, 2020
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates predicted a global pandemic would kill many people and grind the world economy to a halt in a 2015 TED Talk. As world governments struggle to grapple with the rapidly spreading coronavirus, Gates warned years ago that humanity was ill-prepared for a fast-spreading, life-threatening pathogen. With over 236,000 infections and more than 9,700 deaths, the epidemic has stunned the world and drawn comparisons with painful periods such as Wo ...read more
Coronavirus and asthma: What to know about the lung disease and COVID-19
(Did you know?) Mar 19, 2020
The new coronavirus is causing anxiety for many people with pre-existing medical problems, including those with asthma. The lung disease, which makes breathing difficult, is among conditions that appear to make people more vulnerable to the severe form of COVID-19, the illness caused by the bug, according to the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Still, there's little data right now about how exactly the new coronavirus aff ...read more
People with Type A blood are MORE likely to catch coronavirus study claims
(Did you know?) Mar 19, 2020
People with Type A blood are significantly more likely to catch coronavirus than those with Type O, Chinese academics have found. The study in Wuhan - the epicentre of the disease - also found those with Type A blood are more likely to die from COVID-19. In the general population Type O blood (34%) is more common than A (32%). However, among COVID-19 patients, people with Type O accounted for just 25%, whereas Type A made up 41%. People with Type O blood made up a q ...read more