ABC health reporter Dr Norman Swan said today: 'If we had an unlimited number of surgical masks, it probably would make a difference wearing them in public because it would stop the asymptomatic people spreading the virus to others.' … [Read more...] about From a gradual wind back of restrictions to mandatory face masks and certificates proving immunity: What will the end of lockdown look like as Australia moves into ‘phase two’ of LIVING upto 18 months with the virus?
Idea does not see gradle dependencies
One tweeted: “Of course, Robyn wants to rent a house in Sedona, which is further away from the other kids. It’s always about her and HER kids.” … [Read more...] about Sister Wives’ Janelle Brown reveals her joy as polygamy is ‘decriminalized’ in Utah as she calls it a ‘monumental step’
The scale of the commitment is staggering. But for companies, borrowing money to get through this, however cheap that debt is, does not look that attractive to many in business, and less so when their banks add tough conditions when the government lending is put out into the market. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: The ill economic winds of a pandemic
Speed is a brilliant blast of adrenaline that is as extravagantly fun now as it was then. Jeff Bridges is excellent as Jack’s doomed colleague Mac; Bullock really set the template for the kind of quippy role she would become famous for; and everyone’s favourite presidential wannabe, Succession’s Connor Roy (Alan Ruck), shows up as a naive visitor to LA who gets more than the bus ride he bargained for. Pop quiz, asshole: who knew Speed would hold up so well? … [Read more...] about My favourite film aged 12: Speed
We can continue to hang clothes to air dry on a sunny day. Though sunlight can be used to kill off pathogens, according to the WHO, it hasn't been proven effective against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. But the virus will find it harder to survive on dry surfaces. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Can we still live sustainably?