Panic-stricken shoppers have stripped supermarket shelves bare across the western world, ignoring ‘social distancing’ rules to snap up supplies. But there are apparently some foods not even a global pandemic can make appetizing. As the Covid-19 coronavirus spread exponentially throughout
We have been covering a lot of stories around coronavirus. And the various issues have aroused strong feelings in many of our readers. Our report of customers rushing to get their last Big Mac or Happy Meal from the Trowbridge
Americans are continuing to stock up on food as panic over coronavirus continues to sweep the country. Lines in grocery stores grow as people stock up on food. “Panic-buying” has made it difficult for supermarkets to keep items in stock.
A photo purportedly showing a well-stocked vegan food shelf while other food items are cleared out amid a round of panic buying during the novel coronavirus epidemic has been shared thousands of times on Facebook and Twitter. This is false;
Thorough washing of hands with soap is the best way to safeguard from potential infections. Pic:Pikrepo From six confirmed cases to 31 (as on March 6th), it has taken less than a week, even as suspected cases of the novel
This is how nature controls (together with other factors like change of season) the epidemic. Hospitalisation and death occur mainly among high risk groups. As per WHO figures, globally, these annual epidemics of seasonal flu are estimated to result in
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? The holiday is almost here, and by now, you should have your turkey thawing in your refrigerator, the rest of your groceries purchased, and possibly even made a few dishes like cranberry sauce and gravy
Reena Patel is used to fending off other people’s concerns about her son, Nishi. “Because he is small, people say, ‘He just needs to eat some meat,’” she says. “Or, ‘You need to give him some eggs.’ It used to