Could These 5 Stocks Benefit From the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Article credit: Motleyfool.com https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/02/10/5-coronavirus-stocks-to-watch-this-week.aspx These five biotechs are likely to remain on the volatile side this week, thanks to the novel-coronavirus threat. George Budwell(TMFGBudwell)Feb 10, 2020 at 9:23AMAuthor Bio The novel coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is set to dominate headlines — and investing trends — again this week. Underscoring this point, the number of confirmed cases now exceeds an eye-popping 40,000 globally, and the death toll has officially surpassed that of the SARS epidemic 17 years…

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HEALTH MINISTER: ‘DIRTY’ EUROPEANS POSE VIRUS RISKS TO THAILAND

By Khaosod English Article : https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/2020/03/13/health-minister-dirty-europeans-pose-virus-risks-to-thailand/ BANGKOK — A Twitter account reportedly operated by Health minister Anutin Charnvirakul doubled down on his discriminatory remark on Western tourists, saying that they are “dirty” and more likely to spread coronavirus than Asians. Writing in two Twitter posts on Thursday night, which were later deleted, the account said farangs – a slang for Caucasians – “never shower” and pose health risks to Thai population. “It’s winter right now in Europe…

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The real reason most viruses don’t effect black people.

White Americans are both genetically weaker and less diverse than their black compatriots, a Cornell University-led study finds. Analyzing the genetic makeup of 20 Americans of European ancestry and 15 African-Americans, researchers found that the former showed much less variation among 10,000 tested genes than did the latter, which was expected. They also found that Europeans had many more possibly harmful mutations than did African, which was a surprise. “Since we tend to think of…

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Brazil president Bolsonaro Says ‘Coronavirus Crisis’ is ‘Fantasy’ Spread by the Media

Markets around the world experienced a downturn on Monday, driven by the spread of the virus and the dispute over the price of oil, but were trading higher on Tuesday. RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday, March 10th, during a speech at an event in Miami, United States, that the “coronavirus issue” is not “all that” and is much more of a “fantasy” spread by the media around the world. 60 SHARES…

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Tavis Smiley Robbed of 1.5 million by #me too movement.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A jury decided Wednesday that former television talk show host Tavis Smiley,who was fired amid allegations of workplace sexual misconduct at the height of the #MeToo movement, must pay about $1.5 million to his former employer, the Public Broadcasting Service. Tavis Smiley is one of 262celebrities, politicians, CEOs, and others who have been accused of sexual misconduct since April 2017 Smiley was suspended in December 2017 and later fired from the PBS after the…

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U.S. warns Americans not to travel to Haiti due to kidnappings, other crimes. Expedia Blacklist country.

Reported By: Miami Herald The U.S. State Department warned Americans on Thursday against traveling to Haiti, citing the rise in violent crime, including kidnappings. The travel warning for Haiti was raised to Level 4 — Do Not Travel — replacing the previously “reconsider travel” advisory that was issued on June 11, 2019. The new travel advisory for Americans comes as Haiti sees a “spectacular” rise in kidnappings. Violent crimes such as armed robbery and carjackings are…

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