The Football Show | Kevin Kilbane, Kevin Doyle & John O’Shea | When soccer was played in Croke Park

Joe Molloy is joined on the line by former GAA President Sean Kelly, Kevin Kilbane, Kevin Doyle and John O’Shea as we look back on the year soccer was played in Croke Park for the first time ever.

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How To Make HAND SANITIZER Properly ● Recipe From WHO Website

Make your own hand sanitizer. This hand sanitizer recipe was taken from the WHO World Health Organization website. It shows all of the ingredients necessary to make your own hand sanitizer properly. Please don’t horde. Only buy what is necessary. Supplies are low and many others will need supplies to fight the covid 19 corona virus.
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What can we learn from Italy’s coronavirus crisis? I Inside Story

Hospitals and morgues overwhelmed, bodies piling up in churches and just under 800 deaths in one single day.
That’s the shocking reality in Italy which has become the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic.
And a symbol of the enormous challenges facing Europe’s public health systems.
The Italian government is struggling to keep up with the spread of the virus.
It has sent in the army to enforce the lockdown in Lombardy, the northern region at the centre of the outbreak
And it’s tightening already strict controls on daily life.
Prime Minister Guiseppe Conte has ordered all but the most essential businesses to close until April 3.
But will that reduce the number of people dying?
And what lessons can other countries learn from Italy?

Presenter: Bernard Smith

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Francesca Borri – Journalist.

Rossella Miccio – President of the non-governmental medical organisation, Emergency.

Peter Drobac, Co-founder and First Executive Director of the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda.

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Google Doodle explains how to wash your hands to avoid the Carona virus

Google Doodle Explain how to wash your hands avoid the carona virus
Google ny hath dhony ka tariqa bta dia taky carona virus sy bacha ja saky
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Today, Google Doodle celebrated Ignaz Semmelweis who was the first person to discover the benefits of handwashing.

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A warning from Italians to Americans: Be prepared for what coronavirus will bring

Italians recovering from the coronavirus and protecting themselves tell The Washington Post what life is like in quarantine. And one doctor warns American doctors to prepare to make the hardest decisions of their careers. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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Coronavirus: What’s it like travelling through Italy amid the COVID-19 lockdown?

Journalist Michele Carlino guides us through a trip from Calabria to Lyon and finds the situation is worlds apart once we reach France.…
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This Is What You Need to Know About the Novel Coronavirus

It’s March 2020 and the world has been battling a new coronavirus outbreak for months. Here’s everything you need to know about COVID-19.
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Since the first case of the novel coronavirus was reported in late 2019 in the city of Wuhan, China, the virus has made its way across the globe—resulting in economic decline, drastic quarantine measures, and thousands of deaths.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has now officially declared the outbreak a global pandemic, and has raised the global alert to the highest level possible.

Because of how little we know about COVD-19 and how quickly it’s spreading, this novel coronavirus is a cause for concern.

So, to find out more about COVD-19, we sat down with two medical professionals: Christine Tait-Burkard, PhD, an associate professor at the Roslin Institute of Edinburgh, and Mohsan Saeed, PhD, an investigator at the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories.

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John Hopkins Guide to Coronavirus COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)

“The most common symptoms include fever, fatigue, and dry cough. Fever (83-98%) Cough (46-82%, usually dry) Myalgia or fatigue (11-44%) Shortness of breath at onset (31%) Less common symptoms: Pharyngitis, Headache, Productive cough, GI symptoms, Hemoptysis”

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Is Now Officially A Pandemic, WHO Says

By dubbing COVID-19 a pandemic, the WHO is placing it in a different category than several recent deadly outbreaks, including the recent Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Zika virus outbreak in 2016 and the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. All three of those outbreaks were deemed to be international emergencies.

Covid-19 — Navigating the Uncharted

“It was rapidly shown to be caused by a novel coronavirus that is structurally related to the virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). As in two preceding instances of emergence of coronavirus disease in the past 18 years2 — SARS (2002 and 2003) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) (2012 to the present) — the Covid-19 outbreak has posed critical challenges for the public health, research, and medical communities.”

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‘Very difficult to tell’ what coronavirus death toll will be

Royal College of GPs chair Martin Marshall says it’s “very difficult to tell” if there will be 100,000 deaths from coronavirus.

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Who is Vicente Huidobro’s | 127th Birthday | Google Doodle | google doodle

Who is Vicente Huidobro and why did Google Doodle write about it?

Today, the Google Doodle team has put a new alteration of its logo for some countries. It’s dedicated to Vicente Huidobro.

Why was Vicente Huidobro honored with the new Doodle and who is this person? Well, most of our readers obviously are curious about this. Vicente Huidobro is a famous Chilean writer and poet, best known as the founder of Creationism. This style let go beyond the usual perception of words and phrases. And Vicente became the very person who expanded its boundaries wider than any other authors.

Vicente Huidobro was born in Chile in 1893. He published his first work when he was just 12. Vicente had clearly defined his literary movement before he became a student at the university. When he graduated from the university, he left for Paris, where he found his unusual style as he strongly believed a poet should go beyond reality. Huidobro wrote over 40 books during the life and always supported all non-standard trends of young poets and writers up to his death.

Today, Vicente Huidobro would have turned 127 years old, that’s why Google has created this new Doodle.

This doodle was shown: 10.01.2020
Countries, in which doodle was shown: Argentina, Chile, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Peru
Guest Artist Q&A with Luisa Rivera

Today’s Doodle was illustrated by London-based guest artist Luisa Rivera, originally from Chile. Below, she shares her thoughts behind the making of this Doodle:

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