Another four incidents of people damaging telecoms masts in the belief they power the Coronavirus pandemic. Head spinning. https://t.co/QrrriAhPGr— Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) April 5, 2020
WATCH: Fire destroys more than 3,500 rental cars at rental car overflow area of Southwest Florida International Airport. https://t.co/C4k4g9wemr pic.twitter.com/d0RFKMunar— CBS4 Miami (@CBSMiami) April 5, 2020
The US surgeon general demonstrating how to make your own face mask from an old t-shirt, using one of his old shirts promoting a drug for treating fentanyl overdoses, is a powerful new form of American Magical Realism https://t.co/WeSK498jZA pic.twitter.com/UB11nuc173— Tom Gara (@tomgara) April 5, 2020
This is the moment The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was closed due to Coronavirus.— David Videcette (@DavidVidecette) April 5, 2020
Last time this happened was in 1349, during The Black Death, a bubonic plague pandemic.
What’s fascinating about this story is the guy with the keys. pic.twitter.com/9brXHUmeTh
And this is the fascinating part.— David Videcette (@DavidVidecette) April 5, 2020
Since the seventh century, a Sunni Muslim family has held the keys of the Church. And this remains the case even today, in the hope of avoiding clashes among rival Christian sects for control over the church.
iPads attached to robots stand in for graduating students at a ceremony in Tokyo, Japan. More photos of schools in the time of coronavirus: https://t.co/9Cs9gj4aWu 📷 BBT University pic.twitter.com/IRF1ifr5NX— Reuters Pictures (@reuterspictures) April 5, 2020
Is ... is Albertsons OK? pic.twitter.com/mpSOr3gwQr— Brian Baresch (@Editer) April 4, 2020