Updates Around the World

Coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives dramatically.

From ‘being social’ to ‘social distance’, from ‘get outside and explore with your friends’ to ‘stay at home and get online’. Everything was changed. But, soon, we will be together again, and our lives will improve. In this section, you will find articles and videos from around the world, all giving us hope for life, in a new normal society.





How to work from home – comfortably

Not everyone has home offices. But there are still ways to help your body avoid strain with these expert ergonomics tips.

Disneyland Shanghai Reopens to New World of Masks

As Shanghai Disneyland opened Monday for the first time since late January, Walt Disney Co.’s hit song “A Whole New World” played in the background.

The Survey of Health and Wellbeing: Monitoring the impact of COVID-19.

The aim of this project is to understand how self-isolation and quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic influences people’s relationships, health and wellbeing.

Use of Cloth Face Coverings

Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19.

Ţară Europeană cu Bilant Asemănător României Anunţă Ridicarea Carantinei.

Danemarca, ţară cu un bilanţ apropiat de cel al României, cu peste 5.000 de pacienţi diagnosticaţi cu COVID-19 şi 237 decese înregistrate, se pregăteşte pentru ridicarea măsurilor de carantină.

22 Small Gifts and Gestures for Friends or Family Members Who Are Having a Hard Time Self-isolating or Social Distancing

It's often difficult to replicate the joy experienced through quality time with friends and family, and while technology has made it easier than ever to stay in touch, nothing beats giving someone you love a hug.

How Will Humans, by Nature Social Animals, Fare When Isolated?

Along with the rest of Britain, she is in lockdown as the country battles to slow the spread of covid-19. Its inhabitants are allowed out of their homes only in the most limited circumstances.

Easter-egg Rolling: Children Find Ingenious Ways To Keep Tradition

Children across Edinburgh have been coming up with ingenious ways to keep the tradition of rolling Easter eggs.