Looking Forward To The Future: Cautious Optimisim

By: Abdullah Shaheer To say the 20s have been off to a great start is a lie. Five months in and somehow every single month seems to be worse than the last one; we almost experienced WW3, Australia burned down and flooded, and furthermore, the Coronavirus turned into a full-blown pandemic. On a side note, … Continue reading Looking Forward To The Future: Cautious Optimisim

COVID-19 Breaking News: 1,733,792 cases confirmed, death toll reaches 100,000

Live Map of the Coronavirus Spread by John Hopkins - https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 From its original debut in December, at a Wuhan animal market, the new coronavirus (a.k.a. COVID-19) has spread throughout many countries and on March 12th, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it as a pandemic. As of April 11, 14.00 EST, the … Continue reading COVID-19 Breaking News: 1,733,792 cases confirmed, death toll reaches 100,000

Coronavirus in North Korea

North Korea means home.  The citizens feel a sense of belonging, unity and nationalism among the community.  Despite the country‚Äôs political shortcomings, the nation boasts its culture by hosting events that attract thousands of foreigners. But what is the country really like? During pandemic outbreaks, the people who live outside of North Korea continue to ponder … Continue reading Coronavirus in North Korea

Coronavirus: What are the macro effects?

It was just a new year when it all began.   The last time we recalled such an epidemic was in 2003, which was the SARs outbreak.  From SARs to coronavirus, our public health system has become more responsive and rapid to such events.  However, are their responses quick enough?  If such a pandemic continues, how … Continue reading Coronavirus: What are the macro effects?