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A report from The Standard. In the Vedado district of Havana, Doctor Liz Caballero Gonzalez, 46, accompanies two students, responsible for traveling …The door-to-door of medical students in Cuba to track down the coronavirus
A 28-year-old Indian Jew in Israel is in hospital after being assaulted by Israelis who called him ‘corona.’
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What started as an experiment days after the coronavirus outbreak in the West Bank is now a factory producing thousands of masks a day.
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“This is the first time we feel we are in the same boat as our political leadership,” Manasra continues. “The first time we can decide when to impose a curfew and when to lift it. It’s not the Israelis controlling us — we are controlling ourselves, in our own city, our fates. If we can overcome the coronavirus, we can overcome the occupation too.” Lucy Thaljiyeh, a city council member and a feminist political activist, joined the emergency committee and the aid committee, “Isnad.” She says that soon after the first cases were discovered, an emergency meeting was held at the municipality. “We immediately reached a decision to disinfect central locations in the city: the Church of the Nativity and its plaza, bus stops, markets, mosques, churches, and hotels,” says Thalijieh, “We haven’t left out a single street or alleyway in the Bethlehem district (which includes Bethlehem, Beit Jala, Beit Sahour, the Dheisheh Refugee Camp, Aida, and 40 other villages).” “We started with the most basic disinfectant we had,” continues Thaljieh. “We collected garbage. We gave sanitary workers an expedited course on how to disinfect and safeguard themselves with masks, protective suits, and disinfec
Abandoned by the state amid the public health crisis, Palestinian citizens are paying it forward.
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So Cassiere adapted the BiPap machine. He attached a filter and a regular breathing tube, used with ventilators, to the BiPap machine, using a little connecting piece. When supply of that connector ran low, the hospital began 3D printing its own, and now they’re using the innovation across the system, when an individual hospital is running low on ventilators and is waiting for backup.
That’s right condemn people to die if they cannot pay up for healthcare. Murderer!
The move would have made it easier for people who have recently lost jobs to obtain health insurance.