Global News Health Advice Lifestyle 

Covid-19 and New World Religion: Crisis and Compromise

In an earlier article, I have noted the emergence of a new religion, a new global religion, the commonsense religion. I argued that the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic had yielded a religion that departed from the old. This new religion overrules the older religions because, in an attempt to contain the virus, old religions capitulated and new rules and ways of living and behaving emerged. A religion of expediency holds sway. Older religions are expected to follow and observe these new religious dictates. I have drawn attention to the fact…

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Africa Health Advice 

COVID-19 Likely to Exact a Heavy Toll Among the Malnourished, Sick, and Poor in Africa

The Continent’s Relatively Young Population Is Likely to Be a Mitigating Factor, but Constrained Health Systems and a High Incidence of Malnutrition and Such Conditions as HIV and Tuberculosis Will Magnify the Impact NAIROBI, Kenya, March 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/Knowledge Bylanes — The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa will probably look different from what has been observed in other parts of the world, according to a new publication by Boston Consulting Group (BCG), titled Fighting COVID-19 in Africa Will Be Different. The young average age of the population in…

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