As the footage reveals, 56-year-old Anan Sahoh walked up to another man who was in line to buy tickets. Seemingly without provocation, Sahoh spit directly in his face. Later, Sahoh's body was found in front of one of the train's toilets, where he posthumously tested positive for COVID-19. Reports indicate that the man had been coughing and vomiting throughout the train ride, though he apparently passed the mandatory temperature check before boarding. Authorities in Thailand had been actively searching for the man who got spit on. … [Read more...] about Video Shows Man Reportedly Infected With Coronavirus Spitting on Passenger Before Dying on Train
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Prine's family confirmed the news of his passing to Rolling Stone. The country music legend was reportedly hospitalized on March 26 and later incubated on March 28 because of the symptoms that he was experiencing. Prine's wife and manager, Fiona, was also previously tested positive for the coronavirus, which she confirmed in a statement posted on March 19. At the time, she encouraged everyone to stay home in order to help slow the spread of the illness. Ten days after she posted that message, on March 29, she confirmed that Prine had started to show symptoms relating to COVID-19. … [Read more...] about John Prine’s Death Spurs Reactions From Emmy Rossum, Stephen Colbert and More Celebrities
“They found something,” the 44-year-old reality star told a table of ladies including Shannon Beador, Meghan King Edmonds, Tamra Judge and Kelly Dodd during a night out. “They did a biopsy and then they found out that it was abnormal cells. And then they said, ‘We found three millimeters of some cancer.’ I get a call from them saying, ‘Come back. We found something.’ ” … [Read more...] about The Truth About the Cancer Scare That Led to
Everyone should wash their hands before and after handling a pet, he advised, and those who are feeling ill, especially those experiencing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, should pass on pet care duties to another family member. If there is no one else to care for your pet while you are feeling ill, Dr. Kratt recommends, in addition to washing your hands before and after handling, to avoid touching your pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, and nose, and to refrain from any unnecessary contact with your pet until you are healthy. … [Read more...] about Vet Expert Urges Pet Owners to ‘Not Overreact’ Over Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Cats and Dogs
“Every year on opening day we come together to hope, to believe, to be part of a community. Opening Day may be postponed, but unity, hope, and community don’t have to be,” he says in the clip. “This is a team game played by individuals and every one of us has a role to play. Even though we are apart, we can come together.” … [Read more...] about Will the MLB Kick Off Their Season in Arizona Next Month Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic?