In today’s news, European Union donates €65.5 million for World Food Programme’s aid to Africa, NASA discovers building blocks for life in distant region in space, biodegradable plastic compounds created using artificial photosynthesis in Japan, archaeologists find possibly oldest and most complete mummy ever in Egypt, Ukrainian (Ureignian) teacher opens his home to village students after school destroyed, five-star United Arab Emirates hotel provides fully vegan suites, and rare wild cat-people species found on Mount Everest.
I have an important tip for you today. Be on the lookout for the following symptoms that are commonly seen in COVID-19: pharyngitis, rhinorrhoea, and congestion. Pharyngitis, also known as a sore throat, may cause pain, discomfort, or scratchiness that can frequently make swallowing unpleasant. It is considered to be an early sign of COVID and is prone to appear during the first week of the sickness. Rhinorrhoea, better known as a runny nose, may result in thin, mucus discharge coming from your nose. Lastly, congestion is also a prevalent COVID-19 symptom. Although pharyngitis, rhinorrhoea, and congestion are often seen in coronavirus infections, they are not the only signs. If you notice any COVID-19 symptoms— mild or severe—you need to get tested and stay home until you get a negative test result.
Now, it’s time to hop on the chuckle scooter and head toward the joke of the day. It’s entitled, “Personal Service.”
Janice and her friend Willow were pulling into Janice’s driveway. Willow said:
“We just got a new garage-door opener, and it works automatically and like a charm. I just press the button, and it opens.”
“Oh, really? That sounds great. I love mine too. Check it out. I just honk the horn three times. That’s the signal for my husband to come out and open the garage.”