March 12 2020

March 12 2020

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A Zoom icon appeared in the upper-right corner of the MyWellesley portal in early March 2020. Students started asking teachers, who had no more knowledge than they did, questions about what would happen. Classes at Amherst, Harvard, and Babson have all migrated to the internet. Finally, on March 12, at 11:46 a.m., an email was sent out confirming Wellesley College’s closure. By March 17, students had to leave. The semester will be completed online.
Joy Li, 23, intended to spend the spring semester on campus before returning to China once the pandemic-related travel rush subsided. However, she found herself packing as quickly as her roommate, who was leaving for home, in preparation for a move to a new dorm. Friends brought her food that they were unable to carry with them. She went treasure hunting in the sustainability bins of various residential halls and responded to any call for assistance in the crew team community talk.
Saco helped a friend pack in the hours leading up to the mandatory evacuation date, then went to a party on Sev Green. It began with a few students on speakers playing Mamma Mia and Latin music, and as the crowd grew, it moved down to Green Beach.

Update on covid-19 – march 12, 2020

“In the days and weeks ahead, we expect to see the number of cases, deaths, and affected countries grow much higher,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. WHO has been monitoring this outbreak around the clock, and we are extremely worried by the outbreak’s alarming spread and intensity, as well as the alarming lack of action.”
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As Italy faces its “darkest hour,” a top Italian health official is among the 827 people who have died from the Coronavirus.
12th of March, 2020
The death toll in Italy, where 60 million residents are subjected to an unprecedented national curfew, has risen to at least 827. Except for food markets and pharmacies, all stores have been ordered to close. The outbreak has brought Italy’s economy to a halt, with Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte describing it as the country’s “darkest hour.” Roberto Stella, the head of the medical association in the northern Italian province of Varese, is among the recently deceased.
“When the virus is out there, the population has no immunity, and no therapy occurs, 60 to 70 percent of the population will be infected as long as the condition exists,” says Chancellor Angela Merkel.

This day in history, march 12, 2020

As the novel coronavirus spreads around the world, many staff are concerned about more than just getting sick. What about being compensated if they become sick or must be quarantined? Democrats in Congress are calling for legislation that would include generous paid leave for those who are unable to work due to illness, quarantine, or family obligations as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. (3/12 Andrews)
Geoff Davis’ gray Kia sedan is bursting at the seams with tampons and maxi pads.
Davis, 50, is the executive director of Period Kits, a Colorado charity that gives women in need a three-month supply of tampons and pads. He visits a food bank in Boulder or Civic Center Park in Denver on weekends or during his lunch break from his full-time work in community relations to provide free menstrual supplies to women experiencing homelessness or extreme poverty. 3/12 (Ruder)
In a time when “despair deaths” — from drug abuse and suicide — are on the rise among middle-aged Americans, those over 65 are living longer than ever before. However, there is a catch: According to a study by Samuel Preston of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the country’s leading demographers, seniors in urban areas and on the coasts are living longer than their counterparts in rural areas and the interior. 3/12 (Graham)

News conference covid-19: march 12, 2020

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March 12, 2020 — Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen)

Covid-19 press briefing – march 12, 2020

According to league reports, Jazz star Donovan Mitchell has tested positive for the coronavirus. Rudy Gobert, according to Jazz players, was reckless in the locker room, touching other players and their belongings. A Jazz teammate has now tested positive for the drug. March 12, 2020 — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) If you’re wondering whether canceling large gatherings and public events is an overreaction (and I love basketball), here’s a quick primer on why these precautions will help slow the spread of the virus and save lives. We must keep an eye out for one another. Ld7Uc8sPTQ (https://t.co/Ld7Uc8sPTQ) March 12, 2020 — Barack Obama (@BarackObama)

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