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Confinement, restrictive rules, social distancing... It's hard to keep a cool head in the age of the coronavirus. Between washing your hands and calling your grandparents, here are a few Instagram artists' accounts you might consider browsing in a bid to keep calm.
Contactless delivery allows riders to place food delivery orders at designated spots, such as in front of customers' homes or office premise.
The conductor at Royal Opera of Versailles strode up onto the rostrum baton in hand to attack Beethoven's Fifth, before turning to bow to the audience. Except there was no one there other than his orchestra.
It started with extra hand sanitiser and wipes for keyboards and headphones. Then came the directive for employees to lug their laptops home every night just in case. Finally, the memo arrived urging all employees to work from home – just not in their pajamas.
When the novel coronavirus started spreading across Asia in January, forcing the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, not many knew what to expect, least of all Bloomberg’s 400-plus journalists in the region. Six weeks later (and counting), only now are some starting to return to the office.
After one day working from home, Diana Zaslaw's neck hurt. She started Monday in her Outer Richmond house standing at the kitchen counter. Then sitting at the table. Next the couch. And finally, lying on her bed.
In a windowless room in downtown Washington, the city's most promising new basketballers are honing their skills and readying to compete against adversaries they sometimes don't even meet.
The banging comes first, followed by the screaming. I could try to blot out the noise and carry on, but proximity to family is supposed to be one of the benefits of working from home.
The coronavirus outbreak has enabled authorities from China to Russia to increase surveillance and clamp down on free speech, with the risk that these measures will persist even after the situation eases, digital rights experts said.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.