Obviously there’s hardly anything good about global pandemic, however Mauro Gatti wanted to create something positive as an anti-venom to the anxiety inducing rhetoric that pervades in media. That’s why he published 21 things about COVID-19 that are actually not that bad, so scroll down and we guarantee that you’ll feel much better about the world around you.
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This is neither sad nor useless!!
Just a reminder: Cats can get SARS-CoV-19 (possible but not common) but it has not shown yet that they can pass the disease to humans.
These are great!
“Pets can’t spread coronavirus” is a bit misleading. Pet fur is also a surface, so don’t pet strangers’ dogs.
Studies on female-led countries only handled the first few months and not even a month after one of them, some of the widely praised countries saw a massive spike in both infections and deaths.
And as for dogs sniffing coronavirus: Belgium has three of them. For an 11 million country.
Good for the Panda Bears and Turtles and Coral Reefs.
The Chinese Communists have killed 1.3 million people worldwide, destroyed the economies of every western and developing country and defrauded a U.S election securing a dementia patient as president….
But tell me about the New Zealand tooth fairy again……