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Covid-19 Pandemic and Prevention.
The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Since its emergence in Asia late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica. Cases are rising daily.
Countries are racing to slow the spread of the disease by testing and treating patients, carrying out contact tracing, limiting travel, quarantining citizens, and cancelling large gatherings such as sporting events, concerts, and schools.
The pandemic is moving like a wave—one that may yet crash on those least able to cope.
But COVID-19 is much more than a health crisis. By stressing every one of the countries it touches, it has the potential to create devastating social, economic and political crises that will leave deep scars.
We are in uncharted territory. Many of our communities are unrecognizable from even a week ago. Dozens of the world’s greatest cities are deserted as people stay indoors, either by choice or by government order. Across the world, shops, theatres, restaurants and bars were closed in Bhutan.
Our king have been supporting our country
since the pandemic has begun and has donated more than thousands of masks in whole schools.
A global response now is an investment in our future so let's help ourselves from getting that virus.
PREVENTION OF COVID-19
- Wear a mask in public.
- Maintain a safe distance from others.
- Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
- Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
- Get vaccinated etc...
Together we can save our country 🇧🇹 .
Father and Son Reunion After 24 Years of Search
A Chinese man who spent 24 years riding a motorcycle across the country searching for his missing son has finally found him.
Guo Gangtang’s experience is what the 2015 road movie Lost and Love, in which Hong Kong actor Andy Lau starred for free, is based on.
The two people accused of abducting Guo’s son in 1997 have been arrested, said the Ministry of Public Security on Tuesday.
Guo, 51, and his wife cried and hugged their son Guo Xinzhen when the family was finally reunited in Liaocheng, Shandong, on Sunday, state media CCTV reported.
“My baby, you came back!” said the mother whose name was not released, the video report showed.