India: The Sikkim government on Thursday announced that it was closing the Nathu La (pass) trade route with China — Truth Troubles

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE HINDUSTAN TIMES OF INDIA) Nathu La (pas) connects Sikkim to China’s Tibet autonomous region. (AP) The Sikkim government on Thursday announced that it was closing the Nathu La (pass) trade route with China and the Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra through the pass this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The […]

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Hydroxychloroquine–Part 2 — In Saner Thought

Yes Irene this is that drug that Donald the Orange has stated shows great promise in the treatment of Covid-19…..to remind my reader I covered this drug in the past…..https://lobotero.com/2020/04/08/hydroxychloroquine/ Since I wrote that post more info has come to light…like the drugs associated with this miracle drug (according to Trump)…… A malaria drug widely […]

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New York: Tough, Resilient, Unbowed — Steve McCurry Curated

New York is the true capital of America. Every New Yorker knows it, and by God, we always shall. – Edward Rutherfurd If London is a watercolor, New York is an oil painting. – Peter Shaffer When you leave New York you ain’t going anywhere. – Jimmy Breslin More than anything else New […]

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Britain is ignorant on health inequalities. And now black people are dying from it | Afua Hirsch | Opinion | The Guardian

It’s impossible to take the measures needed to protect people of different ethnicities without understanding their differential treatment, not just from coronavirus, but from the society in which we live and die. This should have happened decades ago. And like everything this disease touches, the outcomes of failing to act are now exposed for all to see.

Source: Britain is ignorant on health inequalities. And now black people are dying from it | Afua Hirsch | Opinion | The Guardian