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Month: May 2020

Vigil Planned For Nurse Who Died Of Covid-19

Vigil Planned For Nurse Who Died Of Covid-19

Nurses at Kaiser Permanente in Fresno, Ca, will hold a candlelight vigil in honor of Sandra Oldfield, a nurse who died May 25, from COVID-19. According to a May 27 California Nurses Association Press release, the candlelight vigil is scheduled for 8.30 P.M. at Kaiser Permanente sidewalk right in front of the hospital. The press...

Us Needs Robust Across-Board Bailout

Us Needs Robust Across-Board Bailout

There’s mourning in America, The Lincoln Project organization’s attack ad against President Donald Trump begins and then proceeds to enumerate significant failures of the Trump administration in managing the Coronavirus outbreak in the US.  The bleak outlook in the current state of affairs calls for decisive action in the form of monthly-bill waivers for all and...

Madagascar Covid-19 Remedy Met With Pride And Skepticism

Madagascar Covid-19 Remedy Met With Pride And Skepticism

African countries are scrambling for COVID-Organics, a herbal concoction Madagascan President Andry Rajoelina claims to be the cure for COVID-19. As COVID-19 continues to spread across Africa and leaders, continue to put their countries in lockdown, Madagascan President Andry Rajoelina last month, April 21, 2020, launched a herbal remedy which he claimed could prevent and...