The law could be a strategic tool of the government to deviate the focus of the conversation away from an uncomfortable topic – anything related to the coronavirus, such as Continue Reading
When Anna Fountain woke up to a voice note sent to a group chat of thirteen by a close friend, she listened without hesitation. What she heard left her feeling uneasy, scared and sick for the rest of the day.
Will coronavirus kill free press in Hungary? Journalists fear a new law aimed at fighting fake news will result in them being thrown in jail. “This is something they can Continue Reading
Security companies have received more calls from staff saying without their colleagues they feel vulnerable when receiving unknown emails. “We’ve seen a hike in cases of people who just want Continue Reading
The coronavirus pandemic triggers people’s anxiety. This leads to an increased understanding of what others have to suffer with every day. The sad truth is: misinformation and stigma around mental Continue Reading
The UK says you shouldn’t. Japan says you should. The World Health Organisation (WHO) wants you to, but only if you’re sick or caring for someone who is. Continue Reading
Taiwan has had one of the most effective responses to coronavirus. Currently they have only 300 reported cases and five deaths. But Taiwan are still excluded from the World Health Continue Reading
Coronavirus Vaccines Are Tested on African Citizens One of the biggest myths about Coronavirus in Africa is vaccine testing on citizens. #AfricansAreNotLabRats is a hashtag currently spreading on social media. Continue Reading