The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out the first part of F1′s schedule and, like IndyCar, it is still waiting to start its season. Roger Penske, the new owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, has moved the Indy 500. It marks the first time since 1946 the 500 is not being run on Memorial Day weekend. … [Read more...] about Brad Keselowski wins rain-delayed Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte
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RMS has been sharing their message with their school community, posting pictures on the schools Instagram account and have plans to make a video of the photos of the decorated signs. Anyone who has created a sign is encouraged to place it on the lawn of RMS. … [Read more...] about Mom Makes More Than 500 Signs To Lift Community’s Spirits
Firefighters disinfect a street against the new coronavirus, in western Tehran, Iran, Friday, March 13, 2020. The new coronavirus outbreak has reached Iran's top officials, with its senior vice president, Cabinet ministers, members of parliament, Revolutionary Guard members and Health Ministry officials among those infected. The vast majority of people recover from the new coronavirus. According to the World Health Organization, most people recover in about two to six weeks, depending on the severity of the illness. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi) … [Read more...] about Coronavirus crisis: What happens now that Trump has pulled majority funding from the WHO?
"As soon as the whole pandemic news started, we started trying to figure out what the future holds for us," Bernal told CNN Business on Friday. "As we saw business declining, we started coming up with more ideas to generate revenue. This was one of the ideas presented by our staff, so we pursued it." … [Read more...] about Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback thanks to coronavirus
— NEW ZEALAND TO ALLOW CROWDS: New Zealand plans to further loosen its coronavirus restrictions by increasing the maximum size of gatherings from 10 people to 100. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the change would take effect midday Friday. The timing is designed, in part, to allow religious services to proceed that day and over the weekend. New Zealand has reported just one new case of coronavirus over the past week. Ardern attributed that success to a strict early lockdown and people’s ongoing vigilance. “We are still in a global pandemic,” Ardern said. “Cases continue to grow overseas, and we still do have people coming home. But for the most part, many aspects of life can and should feel much more normal.” … [Read more...] about Asia Today: South Korea to require masks on transit, flights