The 5 Things You Should Know This February 19: The Coronavirus Vaccine

The 5 Things You Should Know This February 19: The Coronavirus Vaccine

What we know about the crime of Fatima. A dove that can’t fly became friends with a puppy that can’t walk. The coronavirus vaccine. This is what you should know to start the day. First the truth.

What Sanders, Buttigieg and Klobuchar said on WAB NEWS forums

Democratic candidate candidates Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar participated in WAB NEWS citizen forums. Sanders, an independent senator, said he does not mind being the leader of the polls, said he will not disclose more documentation about his medical history and said “Trump understands that we have something that the other applicants do not have.” For his part, Buttigieg, former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, said Michael Bloomberg – mayor of New York and billionaire businessman – tries to buy the bid and said there is no “compatibility between Trump’s behavior and the deeds. Senator Klobuchar said she is pleased that Bloomberg will be in the next Democratic debate in Nevada and explained that the reason she could not say the name of the president of Mexico during an interview, a few days ago, is that she had a very long day and exhausting.


What we know about the crime of Fatima

Fatima, 7, disappeared on February 11 after leaving school. According to what the Mexican authorities said and taught in a video, the girl would have been taken from school by a woman. According to the Prosecutor’s Office, when the mother came to pick up her daughter, the girl was gone. The little girl was veiled in the middle of the clamor for justice, from her mother and neighbors, and from heartbreaking images of pain. This is what we know about the case.

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The coronavirus vaccine

According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, general director of the World Health Organization, a vaccine against the new coronavirus could take between 12 and 18 months to develop. But that vaccine would be for “the worst situation,” he said, and for now, long-term preparation must be balanced with immediate public health solutions that contain the virus and keep the death rate low.

Sanctions against Russian oil company for supporting Maduro

The Trump administration announced sanctions against Russian oil company Rosneft Trading S.A, accused of supporting the regime of Nicolás Maduro: this is the latest in a series of measures aimed at forcing the Venezuelan leader to abandon power.

Latinos will make their voices heard in the Democratic race

Almost all states with a large Latino population will vote in the next four weeks: Nevada on February 22; Arizona, Florida and Illinois, on March 17, and Texas, California and Colorado in between, on March 3. That day is also known as the super Tuesday. This is expected of the Latino impact on the Democratic presidential race.

An act of random goodness can be very healthy

Kindness not only helps others feel better about themselves, but it can also improve the health and happiness of those who produce it, according to research.

Amsterdam considers banning the entry of tourists to cannabis cafes

Visitors to the famous Dutch liberal capital could be restricted from access to coffee shops, after a survey revealed that many young visitors only go to Amsterdam to experience their drug culture.

$ 150,000 for the right to use a license plate that says ‘I AM GOD’

A judge ordered the Kentucky Department of Transportation to pay more than US $ 150,000 for the attorneys’ fees of a man who had been denied his request for a plaque that said “IM GOD,” I am God.

A dove that can’t fly became friends with a puppy that can’t walk

The bird, with neurological damage, became friends with Lundy, a Chihuahua who has trouble using his hind legs. Yes, it’s as cute as it sounds: look at the photos.

US states at higher risk of melanoma related to UV rays

According to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer, states with the highest rates of melanoma cases related to ultraviolet radiation extend along the east and west coasts, in Hawaii and even in landlocked states.

US $ 10,000 million

Jeff Bezos, president of Amazon’s executive board, will contribute $ 10 billion to combat climate change.

“My conversations with Gates have been unsatisfactory”

This is how Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, reacted to the news that Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, decided to buy an electric car from Porsche.

Watch this man fly in a winged suit

The dream of the Iron Man suit is getting closer. The Jetman Dubai team has built a suit with carbon fiber wings, which manages to propel itself to the point of being able to launch a human into the air from the ground.

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