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Michael Krewson

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    = Translation: A 30-year-old nurse from Belgium died in hospital on Thursday after becoming infected with the coronavirus. The disease spread to her heart and it was fatal. ,, She was sporty, did crossfit. We can't understand it, "say her parents. Isaura Castermans is said to be the youngest victi
  1. Limousines have gone completely out of fashion and no one has really noticed.

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    I'm guessing rich people are deciding not to draw attention to themselves now that the USA has become a 3rd world country as well.

  2. http://www.wicz.com/story/41946699/this-small-island-chain-is-leading-the-way-on-hydrogen-power "It was here that in 2017 the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), in a world first, used tidal energy to split water and make hydrogen — a process known as electrolysis." ---------------- In recent years the UK has become home to 7 of the world's 10 largest offshore wind farms, 2 of the 4 largest under construction and 9 of the 14 proposed over 1GW globally. Boris has now committed to 40GW by 2030 - for context, it's currently about 10-12GW, representing 30-40% of the UK energy mix
  3. Here's one for US https://covid19.healthdata.org/projections Peaking at ~2500 deaths per day in April
  4. https://www.insider.com/royal-death-coronavirus-spain-princess-maria-teresa-borbon-parma-2020-3 Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma, a cousin of King Felipe IV of Spain, died on Thursday from COVID-19. The 86-year-old princess is the first royal to die from the coronavirus. She died in Paris, and a funeral was held in her honor in Madrid on Friday, according to an announcement from Spain's Prince Sixto Enrique de Bourbon. Spain's King Felipe IV and Queen Letizia have both tested negative for COVID-19. Only two royals have been confirmed to have tested positive for t
  5. https://engnews24h.com/80-percent-of-ic-corona-patients-are-overweight-shortages-are-imminent-now/ 80 percent of all Dutch corona patients treated in intensive care are overweight. Diederik Gommers, chairman of the Dutch Association for Intensive Care (NVIC), explains this on Friday Jinek. According to Gommers and Peter van der Voort, head of intensive care at the UMCG, there is “apparently” a link between the overweight people and their problems with the coronavirus, although this cannot yet be said with certainty. Van der Voort says it is striking how many overweight people e
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