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To Have or To Be? That is the question

‘Because we have freed ourselves of the older overt forms of authority, we do not see that we have become the prey of a new kind of authority. We have become automatons who live under the illusion of being self-willing individuals. The German-born humanistic philosopher and social psychologist Erich Fromm spent most of his working … Continue reading To Have or To Be? That is the question

How to re-enter society post-quarantine.

Question: Are any restaurants safer, or more dangerous, than others? Short answer: Sit-down restaurants where people spend an hour or more increase your exposure over time. And the more people you eat with, the more opportunities there are to become infected. Long answer: “There is a surprisingly large amount of variation in the level of risk and … Continue reading How to re-enter society post-quarantine.

How to wear a face mask: all your questions answered!

Is your bandana really helping you? Should only people who know they're infected wear masks? And what if your kids throw a tantrum when you ask them to put one on? Face masks can be unexpectedly complicated, especially for those who are new to wearing them. Navigating which ones you should buy and understanding who … Continue reading How to wear a face mask: all your questions answered!

Blueprint For Police State Triggered By Pandemic Exposed

The coronavirus pandemic has led to an unprecedented global surge in digital surveillance, with billions of people facing enhanced monitoring that may prove difficult to roll back. Governments around the world are employing vast programmes for mobile data tracking, apps to record personal contact with others, CCTV networks equipped with facial recognition, permission schemes to … Continue reading Blueprint For Police State Triggered By Pandemic Exposed

‘A ticking time bomb’: Coronavirus spread in Africa

With the Covid-19 threatening the healthcare system, people in Mnarani, Kilifi, are worried about their children. According to the report, 17 toddlers died after exhibiting symptoms which included difficulty in breathing, a fever, general body weakness, and a dry mild cough. One of the parents Zacharia Opollo, lost his daughter, Miriam Ndede (one-and-a-half years old) … Continue reading ‘A ticking time bomb’: Coronavirus spread in Africa

Test, Test, Test; Why African Countries will be overrun by corona Virus covid-19

Testing is vital to contain the corona virus covid -19. Countries with the capacity to test will be the first to get their economies running again.  The under-resourced and unprepared national health systems of many African countries will have difficulty detecting its presence and are not equipped to respond. It’s easy to lose, not just … Continue reading Test, Test, Test; Why African Countries will be overrun by corona Virus covid-19