The British prime minister, and his health secretary, confirmed their diagnoses on Friday morning.
Maduro and other top officials were slapped with narco-terrorism charges for allegedly facilitating the importation of tons of cocaine into the U.S.
The official bulletin about the coronavirus, released by Russia’s federal agency Rospotrebnadzor on March 24, states that more than 112,074 people remain under medical supervision.
Darknet markets that usually offer hard drugs like fentanyl and cocaine are now advertising the Trump-hyped malaria drug chloroquine and bulk shipments of N95 protective masks.
More than 52,000 people remain under medical supervision “in connection with suspected coronavirus infection,” but the Kremlin claims there are fewer than 500 confirmed cases.
A young mom in New Mexico tweeted some random “shower thoughts” about early signs of COVID-19 in the U.S., and wound up RTed by the leading Chinese Communist Party spokesman.
The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics were ill-conceived, won through bribes, and a health hazard to the athletes and the spectators. The pandemic postponement may have saved lives.