COVID-19: Woolworths to offer care packages to elderly and people with disability
Monday, 16 March 2020 Woolworths is set to start offering care packages to people who are struggling to buy the essentials during the COVID-19 outbreak - including the elderly and people with disability.
Kind-hearted Joe Roberts is offering to help a whopping 6,000 elderly people living near him during the coronavirus crisis.The trainee accountant has ordered thousands of leaflets giving his mobile number and outlining what he can do for people forced into self-isolation.The 21-year-old is preparing...
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the upcoming Sakhir Grand Prix, the sport's governing FIA said on Tuesday. It means his dream to match a record number of victories this season is now out of reach. Emer McCarthy reports.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has said that the positivity rate in the capital is gradually declining. ‘Yesterday, 3,726 new COVID-19 positive cases were reported. The positivity rate is steadily declining. The positivity rate yesterday was 7.35 per cent, which is down around 55 per cent from its peak of 15.26 per cent on November 7,’ Jain said. ‘In the coming one or two weeks, the positivity rate will go down further. The death ratio is currently at 1.61 per cent. The condition of a lot of people worsened due to air pollution in November. The situation will soon improve,’ the minister added. He also spoke on the delay in Covid tests results from labs. He said that the Central government had promised that they will get the tests done by big labs but the results are not being provided within 24 hours. Watch the full video for all the details.
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