Highly unusual volumes of snow. So much for snowfall soon becoming a thing of the past… the trend appears to be the exact opposite.
The other 137 people who live at the facility have tested negative for the virus.
The very last sentence – yes, the very last sentence! – in this article on MSN.com presents this (comparatively) good news.
In China, 87% of the more than 80,000 people sickened by the virus have already recovered from COVID-19,
Prolonged, dangerous frost conditions are likely in many parts of the continent.
“My husband’s grandma was diagnosed with COVID-19, and she’s getting better,” reads the headline.
The first flakes of the season in Sweden’s northern town of Kiruna fell back on Sept 30 and from then on have continued relentlessly.
‘People think this virus is going to attack them all, and then they’re all going to die,’ says Prof. Jihad Bishara. ‘Not at all. In fact, most of those infected won’t even know it’. ‘Calm down!’ ‘People are being whipped into unnecessary panic.’
“The BBC has taken a brief respite from trying to make people panic about toilet paper. They returning to their normal agenda of trying to make people panic about the climate.”
– Tony Heller
Another blast of winter to bring treacherous travel.