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    The coronavirus crisis is way worse than anything you could have imagined the end is near!

    It’s deflating, but it would be derelict to ignore: The hope of anything approximating normal in the coming months — and probably well beyond — is gone. Why it matters: It’s great and normal to cheer for a miracle cure or sudden coronavirus retreat. But the experts who study the virus closest seem unanimous in […] More

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    Coronavirus Lockdown Is Only the Beginning it Will Last 12 to 24 Months, World Will Never Be the Same

    “It’s like a fire… You have to keep suppressing it,” one expert said. Strips of red tape, six feet apart, line the sidewalk outside the walk-up window at Chocolati Cafe. Business is steady on this sunny Sunday, despite the tables and chairs stacked up inside. Three baristas scramble to keep up with orders from an […] More

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    Sex workers without Pimps talk about struggling to survive the coronavirus pandemic

    Selling sex isn’t an “essential service” during the coronavirus lockdown. Sure, Anna, a Brooklyn-based sex worker, is still seeing her regulars despite the social-distancing measures being implemented to fight the spread of COVID-19. But business is down “80 percent” as the global infection count surpasses 857,000 cases. “Before the virus came, I was seeing one […] More

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    President Trump Likely Has Coronavirus – Faces Hospitalization!

    There’s a new report from Slate magazine, that claims that President Donald Trump is “likely” to have contracted the coronavirus. This is bad news for Trump, because ViralCocaine News has learned he’s at high risk for developing serious complications if he’s contracted the virus. Trump has a number of risk factors, which will all but […] More

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    Coronavirus Has 2 Strains Type S Strains Spread Disease Without Them Even Knowing Plus More on the Way

    The deadly coronavirus now confirmed to have two strains which would make it harder for medical experts to contain the spread and find the cure. The virus is evolving and experts say it’s a normal occurrence that viruses’ do when transferring from animal to humans. 70 percent of the infected have caught the more aggressive […] More

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    Coronavirus: Symptoms & Natural Solutions

    The coronavirus is all over the news and social media. It seems like it’s one of the top things people are talking and feeling concerned about. The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a new strain of coronaviruses that first started in Wuhan, China in December 2019. It causes fever, coughs, shortness of breath, and upper-respiratory […] More

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    Tinder Date Strangles Girl to Death Says She Died from Rough Sex [VIDEO]

    British backpacker Grace Millane was strangled to death, crammed into a suitcase and buried in a New Zealand woodland after a Tinder date in December 2018. On Thursday her killer, a 28-year-old man, was sentenced to life imprisonment with minimum 17 year non-parole period. The Courts of New Zealand said in a statement: “Overall, the […] More

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    San Diego lab discovered a coronavirus vaccine in 3 hours but testing it will take months

    Researchers at a San Diego lab say it took them just three hours to come up with an experimental vaccine for the coronavirus — a potential weapon against the illness which has infected tens of thousands of people worldwide. Inovio Pharmaceuticals is now scrambling to test the vaccine, first in animals and then in people, […] More

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    CORONAVIRUS OFFICIALLY AIRBORNE, EVACUATION STARTED IN HONG KONG

    The deadly coronavirus virus that has plagued humanity has got even worse. Previously thought that you will need to have direct contact or contact transmission is now confirmed that it can be caught by just being near an individual who is infected. Tech giants are pulling out from the MWC 2020 that is worrying this […] More

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    Corona Virus Outbreak Due To Use Of Dog Meat in Chinese Wuhan Wet Markets

    The coronavirus spreading in China and the SARS outbreak of 2003 have two things in common: Both are from the coronavirus family, and both likely started in wet markets. At such markets, outdoor stalls are squeezed together to form narrow lanes, where locals and visitors shop for cuts of meat and ripe produce. A stall […] More

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