Prince Charles recovers from coronavirus and is out of self-isolation

Prince Charles has reportedly recovered from coronavirus and is out of self-isolation following his diagnosis for the deadly disease. The Prince of Wales 71, had spent seven days self-isolating in Scotland after testing positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday, March 25th. His wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, was also tested and did not have the virus, but also began self-isolating. 

'Brighter Grammar' author, Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe dies at 92

Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe, the co-author of the popular English Language textbook "Brighter Grammar" has died at the age of 92. Mrs Phebean Ajibola, popularly known as PA Ogundipe, was a famous author of English Language books and an educationist.

Dead bodies loaded into refrigerated trucks outside New York hospitals after 98 people die from coronavirus in seven hours (video)

Horrifying video footage has emerged of dead bodies being loaded onto a refrigerated truck outside a Brooklyn Hospital in New York City as 36,000 have been infected by the virus and over 790 people have died in the state.

Portugal gives migrants and asylum-seekers full citizenship rights during coronavirus pandemic

Portugal has temporarily given all migrants and asylum seekers full citizenship rights, granting them full access to the country's healthcare as the outbreak of the novel coronavirus escalates in the country.

Coronavirus Testing kits heading to the UK contaminated with the disease

Coronavirus testing kits that are due to arrive in the UK have been contaminated with the novel disease. The news comes after Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who has now been infected with the disease said 3.5 million antibody tests have been ordered to enable health officials to carry out 11,000 tests a day.

Depaul opening 100-bed cocooning unit for homeless people with underlying health conditions


HOMELESS CHARITY DEPAUL is opening a 100-bed cocooning unit in conjunction with the HSE and the Dublin Region Homeless Executive (DRHE) as a response to the Covid-19 crisis. The unit, which is located in Dublin’s city centre, will cater to those within the homeless population with serious underlying health conditions. 

Ireland's death toll doubles and US becomes world's coronavirus epicentre: Today's Covid-19 main points


IRELAND HAS SEEN its biggest rise in deaths from the coronavirus in a single day after ten new deaths were confirmed by the Department of Health last night. The death toll here has now more than doubled to 19, while the number of cases now stands at 1,819.

Breaking News: UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus

The UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has tested positive for the rampaging coronavirus. Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus, TheGuardian reports. The UK prime minister has mild symptoms and will self-isolate in Downing Street, but will continue to take charge of the government’s handling of the crisis. He posted a video on Friday morning on Twitter saying he has a temperature and a persistent cough. 

Man Who Filmed Himself Licking Toilet Bowl In 'Coronavirus Challenge' Is Now Sick With Deadly Disease (Photos)

A man who licked toilet bowl during coronavirus challenge has been hospitalized. A moronic man who filmed himself licking a toilet bowl while taking part in the “coronavirus challenge” is now reportedly ill in hospital with the deadly disease, according to Metro UK.

Kylie Jenner donates $1 million to help fight coronavirus .

Reports have it that the youngest billionaire in the world, Kylie Jenner has made a $1 million donation to help fight coronavirus. The 22-year-old media mogul, made this donation to help doctors get the face masks, face shields and protective gear they need to help the sick. 

Coronavirus outbreak: China bans eating of wild animals

Following the deadly outbreak of Coronavirus, a strict ban on the consumption and farming of wild animals is being rolled out across China. This is because it widely believed that epidemic, must have started at a wildlife market in Wuhan.

Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus

Heir to the throne self-isolating at home in Scotland and is said to be ‘up and about’ Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus and is self-isolating at his home in Scotland, Clarence House has said. Charles, 71, is said to be “up and about” and in “good spirits” and has continued to work for the last few days. Doctors believe the earliest he would have been contagious was on 13 March. He last saw the Queen on 12 March, following an investiture. His last public engagement was also on 12 March. He has held private meetings since then. Buckingham Palace said: “Her Majesty the Queen remains in good health. The Queen last saw the Prince of Wales briefly on the morning of 12 March and is following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare.

$20 trillion lawsuit against China! US group says coronavirus is bioweapon

Coronavirus update: The plaintiffs have sought USD 20 trillion, which is a bigger amount than China's GDP, claiming coronavirus is the result of a biological weapon prepared by the Chinese authoritiesCoronavirus update: A $20 trillion lawsuit has been filed against Chinese authorities in the US over coronavirus outbreak. American lawyer Larry Klayman and his advocacy group Freedom Watch along with Texas company Buzz Photos have filed the lawsuit against the Chinese government, Chinese army, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Director of Wuhan Institute of Virology Shi Zhengli and Chinese army's Major General Chen Wei.

Celebrities paid to say they have coronavirus – Cardi B

controversial rapper, Cardi B, has alleged celebrities are being paid to say they have been infected by the deadly coronavirus. According to the World Health Organisation, there are 294,110 confirmed cases with 12,944 confirmed deaths in 187 locations.In the United States at least 400 people have died due to the novel coronavirus as the number of US cases topped 32,000 on Sunday. Questioning the veracity of statements by some celebrities, including Idris Elba that they had contracted the virus, Cardi B said: “I’m starting to feel like y’all ni**as is paying ni**as to say that they got it.

Ever wondered why The Gambia is called ‘The Smiling Coast’, here’s why

The Gambia is arguably one of the smallest countries in Africa, but its people are said to have the biggest hearts. The country is famously nicknamed ‘The Smiling Coast’ and it has over the last decade become a tourist hotspot. The Gambia is believed to be one of the friendliest and safest places to visit in the world. The country’s economy is heavily reliant on its tourism sector because of its hospitable and welcoming citizens. Also, due to its position on the map of Africa it has earned the nickname ‘The smiling Coast’.

Akara, the street snack for West Africans serving as food for the gods in Brazil

It will stun many that the bean cake called akara among the Yoruba, kosai in Hausa, acarajé in Brazil and kose in Ghana is not just a street food, but also serves a religious function or better put serves as food for the gods. It is popular with the Yoruba people of south-western Nigeria and Sierra Leoneans. In Ghana, it is a popular breakfast dish, eaten with millet or corn pudding while in Nigeria it is eaten with bread, ogi or eko, a type of cornmeal made with fine corn flour. The dish, made from peeled beans formed into a ball and then deep-fried in palm oil or vegetable oil, is found in West African and Brazilian cuisines.

Coronavirus LIVE updates: Boris Johnson addresses nation as Britain goes into lockdown


Using language Britain will not have heard since the Second World War, Prime Minister Boris Johnson placed the UK on lockdown and urged us all to 'stay at home' in this 'moment of national emergency'.The UK has been placed on lockdown tonight as the Prime Minister made an extraordinary address to the nation. In language unheard since the time of war, Boris Johnson spoke of a nation of Brits "enlisted" in the battle against coronavirus.

Ever wondered why The Gambia is called ‘The Smiling Coast’, here’s why

like many African countries, the independent people of Zambia chose their country’s name in connection with a need to identify with something uniquely African and resembling their environment. Before 1964, the territory that is Zambia was known as Northern Rhodesia. It shared boundary with Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. Indeed, Rhodesia itself was a British colony that covered territories in southern Africa which included today’s Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was named after Cecil Rhodes, a private financier of British colonialism and a one-time colonial governor.

Fact Check: No, Putin has not unleashed lions on Russian streets to enforce Corona lockdown

Many countries are enforcing a lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus, which has already claimed more than 13,000 people and infected over 3 lakh globally. Social media is full of measures taken by respective governments to fight the menace.

Coronavirus pandemic and mental health: How we can help people in quarantine

No part of the world can any longer claim to be completely safe from the coronavirus outbreak that has now spread to 77 countries, infecting over 90,000 people in a span of just three months. As on March 4, more than 3,198 people had died due to Covid-19 (the disease caused by this variant of the coronavirus).

Coronavirus: Newlyweds kiss in Italy through protective masks at their wedding (Photos)


Despite the alarming cases of coronavirus and deaths from the disease in Italy, a couple still went ahead to get married. The newly married couple, Diego Fernandes, 46 and Deni Salgado, 30, held their wedding ceremony on Friday with only a few witnesses since public gatherings have been banned as part of the measures to halt the spread of the coronavirus disease.

2-year-old dog gives birth to 20 puppies after 24 hours in labour (photos)


After 24 hours of intense labour, a two-year-old Alapaha blue blood bulldog named Cali gave birth to 20 puppies, despite being predicted to bear just six. The gruelling 24 hours of labour started on Wednesday (18 March) evening and ended on Thursday evening after her 20-year-old owner, Amber, rushed the dog to the vet after seeing that she had already given birth to 12 puppies unassisted but was still feeling uncomfortable.

Don’t stop tithing even if you lose your job due to coronavirus – Televangelist Copeland


Kenneth Copeland, an American Televangelist may have just sparked controversy after he made a comment about what Christians must do in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The multimillionaire televangelist told his viewers not to stop paying their tithes and sowing seeds even if they lose their jobs because of coronavirus.

Viruses: their extraordinary role in shaping human evolution

Viruses give us infections from the common cold to COVID-19 and AIDS. But research shows that they may also have played a key role in shaping the evolution of Homo sapiens. Coronavirus, Zika, Ebola, flu, even the boring old common cold we’re all familiar with the viruses that plague humanity. But while we know they make us sick, it may be surprising to discover that, over millions of years, we’ve managed to harness and domesticate these crafty invaders.

Coronavirus: US mother breaks down after diapers go out of stock. Viral video


A heartbreaking video of a woman crying over sold-out diapers has gone viral on the internet people across the world have started hoarding essentials like sanitisers and toilet paper due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.

This Matchstick Animation Helps People Understand the Importance of Social Distancing


By now, pretty much everyone knows the importance of “social distancing” while we attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus. However, if you’re not exactly sure why it helps, perhaps this video created by LA-based artist Juan Delcan and his partner Valentina Izaguirre can help. Titled Safety Match, the now-viral animation shows a single line of burning matchsticks, until one matchstick steps out of the line, effectively breaking the chain and stopping the fire (aka the virus) from spreading. 

Coronavirus cases exceed 10,000 in Germany, says agency


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Germany’s government agency for disease control revised its official figures on the spread of coronavirus on Thursday, confirming that the number of infections had topped the 10,000 marks. The nationwide statistics went up by 2,801 to just under 11,000 infections, the Robert Koch Institute reported. This matched with DPA's own research, which tallied more than 10,000 cases on Wednesday across the country’s 16 federal states.

BREAKING: US approves chloroquine to treat COVID-19

The United States has approved anti-malarial drug chloroquine for treatment against coronavirus.

Artist Marianne Eriksen-Scott Constructs Enormous Bouquets Of Tissue Paper Flowers


Artist Marianne Eriksen-Scott Hansen has mastered the art of making intricate, large-scale paper blossoms. Her stunning creations often require one thousand or even more millimetre-thin pieces of tissue paper.

27 dead; 18 hospitalized after Pastor makes them drink jik in church!


Zambian media has reported that 27 people have been confirmed dead after drinking jik during a deliverance service last Sunday.

Teenage boy sells Xbox and does housework to buy his struggling single mum car.

A teenage boy sold his Xbox to help his single mum afford a car. When William Preston, 13, discovered his mum was struggling to support his two sisters and their three pet dogs he decided to do what he could to help.

On the edge of death.

Hospital Gives Cars To Young Patients To Drive To Surgery.

Hospitals are difficult places for adults to go to at the best of times, so for children, they must be incredibly strange and scary. Well, in a bid to help them relax, a hospital in the United States provides their young patients with little cars to drive around before going into theatre. Doctors Medical Center in Modesto, California, introduced a black Mercedes car to the ward and have now added a pink Volkswagen Beetle to the garage.

Inside £20m Florida mansion that comes with a Star Trek-themed home cinema.


Teen who went to bed with 'flat stomach' wakes up and gives birth in 45 minutes.

A teenager who went to bed with a 'flat stomach' was stunned when she woke up with a surprise baby bump and gave birth just 45 minutes later. Emma Louise Leggate, 18, had been on the pill and claims she had no idea she was pregnant for the second time until she woke up with a baby bump.

New O.J. Simpson film will reveal who really killed star's ex-wife Nicole Brown and prove he was victim.


The director of a new film about the sensational O.J. Simpson case says it will reveal who really killed the star's ex-wife and prove that he was the victim of a conspiracy to convict him of the crime. Nicole & O.J.'s British writer-director Joshua Newton spent 18 months trawling through court documents, witness interviews and testimonies to piece together what really happened in 1994 when Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman were found dead at her Los Angeles home. Newton said: 'Nicole & O.J.

Archaeologists piece together a giant statue of Ramses II uncovered near a 2,000-year-old tomb of an Egyptian official.

Archaeologists have pieced together 70 broken shards to restore a statue of Ramses II in the Sohag region of Egypt.

Bride Halts Wedding Mid-Ceremony for a Hearty Talk with Her Soon-to-Be Stepson.


A bride in the throes of marrying her soldier partner, paused her wedding mid-ceremony to deliver a speech to her soon to be stepson that had the congregation, and those viewing the subsequent video online, in floods of tears.

Woman Who Gave Birth to Quadruplets Bursts Into Tears When Minister Gives Her 3.5 Million Naira.

It was her faith in God that took away her worries despite being pregnant with quadruplets and having no idea how she and her husband would handle the burden. Yet, when the 34-year-old Nigerian woman gave birth recently, you might say that a miracle happened.

11-Year-Old Astrophysics Genius ‘Proves’ Stephen Hawking Wrong.

William Maillis is literally a “genius.” By the time he was only 7 months old, he was already speaking in full sentences. Just before his second birthday, he was adding numbers, and by age 2, he was multiplying them. Now, Maillis is 11 years old, and he enrolled at Carnegie Mellon University last fall with his sights set on becoming an astrophysicist.

Boy’s Reaction on Becoming a Brother.

A video has surfaced online of the surprising moment a boy learns that he is to be a big brother in a very unique way. In the video we see the boy looking stunned as he is given a present by his parents before excitedly removing the wrapping, despite insisting that it is not his birthday with the wrapping finally removed, we see the child pull a black t-shirt from the box with writing not visible to the viewer.

Dad Finds Note Left by Previous Owner after buying his daughter a car.

(Facebook | Kevin Duke)
When a dad in Kentucky bought a used car for his daughter, he was surprised to find a letter slipped inside, which was addressed to him, is the new car owner. He admits that he did shed a tear or two when he read it. On Feb. 2, 2017, Kevin Duke wrote on Facebook that he bought a used car as a gift for his daughter’s 16th birthday.

3-Year-Old Puts Preschooler in a Headlock After He Asks Her to Marry Him.

Flying the flag for feisty girls everywhere, a 3-year-old Missouri preschooler was caught putting a fellow student in a headlock after receiving an unwanted proposal. Kynlee McFetridge of St. Charles, Missouri, was quizzed by her teacher and answered quite succinctly that she had administered the headlock because the little boy, Jack, had asked her to marry him.

Coronavirus: 27 new cases in Ireland, six patients now in ICU.

A FURTHER 27 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus have been confirmed in the Republic of Ireland this evening. There are now 70 total cases in the country, an increase from 43 yesterday. There are 20 cases in Northern Ireland as of this afternoon, bringing the total number of cases on the island of Ireland to 90.

Hairy male donor hands stun docs by growing lighter and hairless to match female amputee.

DOCTORS have been left baffled after an amputee's new hands miraculously changed to blend in with her body. Shreya Siddanagowder didn't hesitate when she was offered new hands even though they were big, dark and hairy, and once belonged to a man. However, the hands have now become more slender and changed color to match her skin tone mystifying the doctors who carried out the rare 13-hour transplant.

Shutdown could continue for ‘extended period’ as schools close after cases rise to 70.

GOVERNMENT coronavirus shutdown measures could continue for an "extended period of time" as schools close for two weeks after Covid-19 Irish cases rose to 70. Schools, colleges, childcare facilities, and cultural institutions will close until March 29.

Newborn Baby Tests Positive For Coronavirus In UK

A newborn baby who has tested positive for coronavirus is believed to be one of the world’s youngest patients with the disease. The infant and its mother both tested positive at a north London hospital and staff who had contact with the pair have been advised to self-isolate. The mother was rushed to hospital days earlier with suspected pneumonia and she and her child are being treated at separate hospitals, The Sun reported.

Arsenal Manager, Arteta Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Arsenal has confirmed that head coach Mikel Arteta has tested positive for Covid-19. The announcement on Thursday evening follows the Premier League’s statement that this weekend’s games would go ahead as planned but the news about Arteta could force an immediate rethink. Meanwhile, the Gunners have closed their training ground and club staff who had recent contact with Arteta will now self-isolate.

Man arrested after he took off face mask, licked his fingers and wiped his saliva on a train's handrail amid coronavirus crisis (video)


A man has been arrested after he took off his face mask while on a train, then licked his fingers, before wiping his saliva on a train’s handrail amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. 

Supermodel Naomi Campbell turns up for flight in full hazmat suit, goggles, face mask and rubber gloves

Supermodel Naomi Campbell turns up for flight in full hazmat suit, goggles, face mask and rubber gloves
Naomi Campbell is not taking chances as the coronavirus pandemic worsens. The supermodel arrived for her flight in a full hazmat suit, goggles, face mask and rubber gloves. Last year July, before the coronavirus became an epidemic, Naomi did a video showing how she sanitizes everything when she gets on a plane.