Many are still navigating the medical and macro-economic implications of the Coronavirus rise, as well as concerns regarding the impact on global supply chains and an unprecedented business continuity risk for companies. In this unknown, ever changing global environment, we offer a summary of recent developments, as well as thought pieces to help you and your teams through this challenging time.
Updated 3.30pm UTC, 20/10/2020
When India imposed a nationwide lockdown in late March to slow the spread of COVID-19, all schools were shut and had switched to digital learning. Singer Veena Gupta, has been conducting free lessons on the streets of New Delhi for children.
After a family emergency left a Thai restaurant in North Island, New Zealand, severely understaffed, customers stepped up and fulfilled the vacant duties. Emily Puhi was dining at the restaurant in Huntly and shared the wonderful story to Facebook.
After having a bad dream about kids having no presents to open on Christmas morning, this girl has begun to collect presents for children in need. She is making the presents herself, which include various goodies such as scarves and coloring pencils.
As the coronavirus pandemic rages on and working from home remains the norm for many, the “Box Office”, provides a private and secluded space within the home, and thus helping to separate working space from home space.
When a dog licks your face, jumps into your lap, or barks like a banshee when you come through the front door, it simply means they’re crazy about you. But did you know that your dog’s heartbeat actually soars when you tell them, “I love you?”
Dementia sufferers at a nursing home who cannot see relatives were “overjoyed” by a morale-boosting visit from a miniature horse. Residents always “benefit greatly” from pet therapy, which allows them to interact with animals.