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The corona virus (COVID 19) continues to spread. We keep you up to date on the latest developments. The number of infections with the coronavirus continues to increase. Most brothels and erotic salons are closed due to the situation. Almost every sex workers went home by the last flight from the United Kingdom. No one knows exactly how long it will take, but we will keep you up to date with the news. We really hope that this situation will be solved soon and that our advertisers and members can work in the adult business again in a month. Until then, stay strong and stay at home! Please share this information with your friends. #CoronaVirus

Latest news 29. April 2020

  • Covid-19 has infected more than 3.1 million people and killed at least 217,000 worldwide
  • New Zealand, Australia and several European countries including Portugal, France, and Greece have loosened, or put forward plans, to ease some of their toughest coronavirus restrictions.
  • Russian PM says "impossible to give an exact date" for reopening borders or lifting Covid-19 restrictions
  • Potential vaccine being tested in Germany will start US tests "shortly" and could "supply millions" by end of year
  • France will be divided into red or green zones as coronavirus lockdown is eased
  • Travelers will be welcome to visit Greece this summer but social distancing rules will remain in place to keep people safe from coronavirus
  • Spain will begin easing restrictions in May but won't mandate face masks

Latest news 22. April 2020

  • Health authorities in the United Kingdom registered another 759 coronavirus deaths in hospitals in the 24 hours since yesterday, bringing the nation's total death toll to 18,100
  • Spain looking to ease national lockdown by end of May
  • China reports 30 new COVID-19 cases, zero deaths
  • A recent study has found that COVID-19 is still evident in your eyes even after the virus has left your respiratory system.
  • Immunity from coronavirus after infection 'likely' but 'not guaranteed'
  • Donald Trump orders complete suspension of immigration in the USA
  • The head of the World Health Organisation has warned of tough times to come in the fight against coronavirus as countries slowly reopen their economies.
  • Sydney beaches reopen with caution to public
  • Germany has reduced the COVID-19 infection rate per person to 0.7

Coronavirus may force the UK to rethink its relationship with migrant workers

Latest news 06. April 2020

  • Switzerland reported 822 more cases of coronavirus on Sunday, bringing the national total to 21,100, according to the Swiss Federal Office for Health. At least 559 people have died from the virus. The Swiss authority said that there are 246 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
  • Japan reports almost 400 new cases in one day. Japan's health ministry announced 378 new cases of coronavirus and three more deaths nationwide by the end of Sunday. 
  • India has imposed a blanket export ban on a malaria drug touted by Trump as possible therapy for coronavirus     
  • India has more than 4,000 cases, with health experts bracing for a potential "onslaught" of infections. Indian Railways, the oldest rail network in Asia, is converting as many as 20,000 old train carriages into isolation wards for patients.
  • US reports 25,544 new cases and at least 1,147 new deaths on Sunday. At least 337,620 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the United States.
  • Spain, Italy, Germany, and France are the four countries with the highest number of cases after the US. But evidence suggests the worst may have passed for some of these places; yesterday Spain saw the lowest rise in deaths since early March. Meanwhile, the mood in the UK is grim, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted to hospital and the Queen giving a rare national address.

Queen Elizabeth II offered reassurance to the British public and called for unity on Sunday in a rare televised speech.

"Together we are tackling this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we remain united and resolute, then we will overcome it," the Queen said. " I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge."

Latest news 03. April 2020

  • Prince Charles has officially opened the UK’s huge temporary hospital for coronavirus patients, describing its rapid construction as a “spectacular and almost unbelievable feat.”
  • Austria will randomly test people for coronavirus to get a better idea of its spread
  • Spain reports another vast death toll, with 932 new fatalities
  • Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has ended her self-quarantine and returned to work at the chancellery
  • Germany may not have enough hospital beds and ventilators to tackle its coronavirus outbreak, the head of the country's disease control agency warned on Friday.
  • British health minister Matt Hancock said he believes that those who have recovered should continue practicing social distancing rules, as more research is needed to understand how immunity works with this particular strain of coronavirus.
  • At least 245,559 cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the United States. A total of 6,057 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in the country as of early Friday morning on the East Coast. Wyoming is the only state not reporting a death from coronavirus.

Sony is gearing up to launch a $100 million fund to support those around the world who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

    Latest news 02. April 2020

    • UK health authorities look to Germany to scale up coronavirus testing. Public Health England says it’s in contact with its peers in Germany amid criticism that the UK is significantly lagging behind in its coronavirus testing capacity.
    • Infections near 1 million: More than 937,700 cases of the coronavirus have been reported worldwide, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally, with over 47,000 deaths. The US is the worst hit country, with more than 216,700 cases and over 5,100 deaths.
    • Panama is taking a new -- if somewhat unorthodox -- measure to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus: separation of the sexes. Starting on Wednesday, only women will be able to leave their homes to buy necessities on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
    • More than 40 spring breakers who ignored public health advice test positive for coronavirus. Dozens of spring breakers from Texas boarded a plane for fun and came home with coronavirus.
    • Trump says he will not issue a national stay-at-home order.

    US health expert says a coronavirus antibody test could be available "within this month"

    Latest news 01. April 2020

    • Thousands of German tourists cannot fly home from New Zealand as the local government is refusing further return flights of foreigners who want to travel to their home countries due to the coronavirus crisis. According to the German foreign ministry in Berlin, this includes around ''more than 10,000 Germans."
    • German health ministry asks people not to joke about coronavirus on April Fools' Day
    • More than 860,000 novel coronavirus cases have been reported around the world
    • Coronavirus pandemic could push 11 million people in Asia into poverty
    • Samsung, the world’s largest maker of smartphones, TVs and memory chips, has sent its manufacturing experts to mask-producing firms to increase output without adding new equipment, according to a news release from the South Korean tech giant.

    Here are the five countries with the highest death tolls from the outbreak:

    1. Italy: 12,428
    2. Spain: 8,464
    3. United States: 3,834
    4. France: 3,523
    5. China: 3,312

    Italy - They are no longer singing or dancing on the balconies... Now people are more afraid – not so much of the virus, but of poverty. Many are out of work and hungry. There are now long queues at food banks.

    Latest news 30. March 2020

    • Italy death toll up by 812, reaching a total of 11,591
    • Scotland suspending breast and cervical screening due to coronavirus outbreak
    • Prince Charles has the all-clear from royal doctors and has left self-isolation after contracting Covid-19.
    • China has reported a drop in new coronavirus infections in the city where the global pandemic began. Authorities said cases had dropped for for a fourth day as drastic curbs on international travellers reined in the number of imported cases.
    • Popular swingers' club in Newcastle closes doors to respect social distancing

    Latest news 26. March 2020

    • The Italian Cabinet is discussing a draft proposal that could put people in the region of Lombardy and 11 other provinces in northern Italy under complete lockdown due to coronavirus, according to a close adviser to one of the ministers attending a Cabinet meeting
    • Germany ramps up coronavirus tests to 500,000 a week
    • British government orders 10,000 ventilators, as European shortages persist
    • Iran institutes travel ban and commercial lockdown
    • China’s claim of coronavirus victory in Wuhan brings hope, but experts worry it is premature
    • Trump continues to push to reopen the economy, despite health risks
    • Soldiers worldwide get a new mission: Enforcing coronavirus lockdowns

    Latest news 25. March 2020

    • Hundreds of migrants from Central Asia are stuck in Moscow airports as countries close borders and airlines cancel flights amid the coronavirus pandemic.
    • Covid-19 is unlikely to disappear in summer, the European Union agency for disease control said on Wednesday, in a stark warning that the epidemic could continue when temperatures rise unless measures to hamper it are applied.
    • A vaccine for the coronavirus could be ready in six months, a top scientist has revealed. Professor Andrew Pollard, Professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity at the University of Oxford, said the timeframe was “possible” but cautioned that it “needs a lot of things to fall into place in order for that to happen”.
    • Prince Charles last saw the Queen less than two weeks before testing positive for coronavirus. The Prince of Wales has become the first member of the Royal Family to have the illness, which has already claimed the lives of hundreds of Brits.

    Latest news 24. March 2020

    • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced drastic new steps, bringing the country closer to the kind of lockdowns imposed in hard-hit Spain and Italy. The coronavirus death toll in Italy surged to 6,077 — the highest in the world.
    • President Trump’s apparent support for scaling back steps to contain the outbreak — despite experts insisting that extreme "social distancing” measures are necessary — contrasted with growing momentum among U.S. governors to issue “stay-at-home” orders.
    • German man intent on spreading virus licks subway ticket machine and handrails - A 33-year-old German man has been arrested after he posted a video online that appeared to show him licking the handrail of an escalator and a subway ticket machine last week, according to Germany’s public broadcaster. The man, who was arrested by Munich authorities, said he wanted to spread the virus, according to local media, although it remains unclear whether he has covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. German police say he has been tested.
    • Germany currently has over 29,000 active cases of the virus and at least 123 deaths.
    • European arrested for violating Dubai beach ban - Dubai’s police arrested a “young man of European nationality” for violating a newly imposed ban on going to the beach in the United Arab Emirates to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
    • ROME — Italy has become the flash point of the coronavirus pandemic, with a death toll at 6,077 and counting — the highest in the world. More than 2,000 Italians have been killed by the virus in the past four days alone.
    • Australia asks people to defer signing up for unemployment after lines at welfare offices violate social distancing - After the Australian government announced on Sunday that it was doubling unemployment benefits to help offset the country’s economic shutdown, people rushed to sign up.

    Latest news 23. March 2020

    • UK joins the global shutdown - United Kingdom urges people not to panic buy, as pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities close. Also: South Korea threatens to bring in new restrictions as cases begin to rise again; and how to keep young children informed. Britain has sent in the army to deliver protective equipment to hospitals and told people to stay at home and heed warnings over social distancing or the government would bring in more extreme measures to stop the coronavirus spread. With some doctors saying they felt like "cannon fodder", the government said the military would help ship millions of items of personal protective equipment (PPE) including masks to healthcare workers who have complained of shortages. So far, 281 Britons have died from coronavirus and, in the last few days, British authorities have rapidly stepped up action to try to limit the spread of the disease and prevent a repeat of the death toll seen in other countries where thousands have died.
    • The Australian Olympic Committee has told Australian athletes to plan for the Japan 2020 Olympics to be postponed. The Toyko event was due to start in July. Officials had maintained it would go ahead until this week.
    • German Chancellor Angela Merkel was in self-isolation after receiving a vaccine on Friday from a doctor who tested positive for the virus, a government spokesman said. She will be tested regularly in coming days.
    • New York state has emerged as the center of the crisis in the U.S., with 15,777 confirmed cases reported Sunday—about 4,000 infections more than a day earlier and thousands more than any other U.S. state.
    • Spain's coronavirus case tally has jumped for the second day in a row, with the nation reporting more than 4000 new infections in just 24 hours and 462 deaths. Those figures bring Spain's total number of cases up to 33,089 and 2182 deaths since the pandemic began. The Spanish government has also said its deputy prime minister Carmen Calvo has been hospitalised with a respiratory infection and doctors are testing her for the coronavirus.
    • United Arab Emirates' airline giant Etihad has announced it will be suspending all of its flights that travel through the city of Abu Dhabi for two weeks from March 25. "Over the last few weeks, in the face of mounting closures and restrictions, our focus has been to bring the world home safely," the airline said in a tweet tonight. The move will include transit flights scheduled to fly through the UAE, but an exception will be made for cargo flights.

    Latest news 22. March 2020

    • Italians have been banned from travelling within the country in yet another attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, with data showing a further 651 people have died from the disease. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced late on Saturday he would freeze all non-essential business activity after previous measures failed to peg back the contagion. The number of fatalities now stands at 5476 after the coronavirus emerged a month ago in the wealthy north before slowly advancing southwards.
    • Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has said he plans to extend the national state of emergency that includes strict measures to combat the coronavirus. It means the countrywide lockdown will last at least one month. Spain is finishing its first week of what was initially a 15-day state of emergency that imposes stay-at-home restrictions and store closings. With infections and deaths continuing to rise however, Sánchez has decided not to wait to extend the lockdown. To do so, his government will ask the Parliament for its necessary approval on Tuesday. Spain, the hardest hit country after China and Italy, currently has 28,572 infections and 1720 deaths.

    Germany bans gatherings of more than two people, excluding families

    Latest news 19. March 2020

    On another frantic day, here are the important developments:

    • Rishi Sunak unveiled a £350 billion bailout, promising to do “whatever it takes” to help keep businesses and households afloat during the coronavirus crisis
    • The number of deaths in the UK rose to 71 and there are now nearly 2,000 known cases
    • The Foreign Office advised British nationals to avoid all non-essential foreign travel for at least 30 days while the EU shut its borders for 30 days
    • The Dow Jones closed 5.2pc higher, a jump of more than 1,000 points, on expectations of huge US stimulus and the FTSE 100 closed up 2.75pc
    • The Euro 2020 football tournament has been postponed until 2021 while all horse racing in Britain has been suspended until the end of April

    Latest news 18. March 2020

    Coronavirus: What next in the UK coronavirus fight?

    Coronavirus is spreading in the UK and the government is seeking ways to minimise its spread. A worst-case scenario, if nothing is done, could see 80% of people infected.

    So what is the UK doing about coronavirus?

    The government's strategy has been changing quickly over recent weeks. It started off trying to contain the outbreaks by isolating people who tested positive and asking anyone who had close contact with them to self-isolate too. In early March, ministers accepted that was no longer viable so instead introduced policies to delay and reduce the peak. The idea was that by pushing the peak back to the summer it would allow the NHS to cope. But new modelling released by Imperial College London then prompted a change in approach.

    It warned the policy of a managed spread could still lead to more than 250,000 deaths with hospital intensive care units getting overwhelmed. Ministers are now seeking to suppress the spread completely - hoping in the process to keep deaths below 20,000.

    Latest news 17. March 2020

    Britons and UK businesses are feeling the impact of unprecedented coronavirus measures, as the chancellor prepares to unveil plans to help the economy.

    Retailer Laura Ashley filed for administration as venues across the UK closed their doors, and airports warned they could shut down "within weeks". It comes after the government outlined new advice to avoid unnecessary travel and contact with others. And watchdog the OBR told MPs some businesses will 'inevitably' fail. The head of the Office for Budget Responsibility, Robert Chote said Britain was facing something akin to a wartime situation for its public finances and a temporary spike in borrowing would be sensible. On Monday, the Prime Minister said people should work from home where possible, and stay away from pubs and restaurants. People in at-risk groups will be asked within days to stay home for 12 weeks.

    • The number of people who have died with the virus in the UK has reached 55.
    • More than 1,500 people have tested positive for the virus in the UK - but the actual number of cases is estimated to be between 35,000 and 50,000.

    The UK's shift in strategy comes as Europe plans to ban all non-essential travel throughout the Schengen free-travel zone, as more countries close their borders.

    Latest news 17. March 2020

    Change course or a quarter of a million people will die in a "catastrophic epidemic" of coronavirus - warnings do not come much starker than that. The message came from researchers modelling how the disease will spread, how the NHS would be overwhelmed and how many would die. The situation has shifted dramatically and as a result we are now facing the most profound changes to our daily lives in peacetime.

    This realisation has happened only in the past few days.

    However, it is long after other scientists and the World Health Organization had warned of the risks of not going all-out to stop the virus. The crucial piece of evidence came from the scientists at Imperial College London who first realised the scale of the problem in China and whose advice is heavily influential in government.

    They assessed three strategies:

    • Suppression - break chains of transmission, effectively trying to stop the epidemic in its tracks, and bring cases down as low as possible, as China has done
    • Mitigation - accept you cannot stop the coronavirus so slow its spread and prevent a massive peak in cases that would overwhelm the NHS while trying to protect those most at risk of severe disease, which appeared to be the UK strategy last week
    • Do nothing - and let the virus rip through the population

    If mitigation worked it would have avoided the most draconian measures other countries have used and built up immunity, which would help limit the spread of coronavirus.

    Mitigation involves some social distancing strategies, while suppression beefs up those measures, including possible restriction of movement and increased periods of isolation.

    The modelling projected that if the UK did nothing, 81% of people would be infected and 510,000 would die from coronavirus by August.

    The mitigation strategy is better, but would still result in about 250,000 deaths and completely overwhelm intensive care in the NHS. The experience of Italy, and the first cases in the UK, led to this dawning realisation.

    Doctors in Italy take a patient to intensive care

    About 30% of cases that end up in hospital are expected to need intensive care, such as ventilators or ECMO machines, which take over the job of breathing from the lungs.

    That is quite simply beyond the ability of the NHS to cope. The analysis estimated the limits of intensive care would be "exceeded by at least eight-fold" even under the most optimistic mitigation plans.

    "Even with the sort of interventions which were being planned and been announced last week, there would be a risk of intensive care units being overwhelmed," said Prof Neil Ferguson from Imperial.

    The report concludes "suppression is the only viable strategy at the current time". It is hoped deaths could be limited to the thousands or tens of thousands. The government has always said it is following the science and the science has changed profoundly. Hence, we should be waving goodbye to pubs, clubs and theatres, work from home and isolate whole households if any one person becomes sick.

    However, the suppression approach comes with major problems.

    It effectively requires shutting down parts of society and there is no exit strategy. As fewer people would be infected there would be little immunity in the population and cases would soar soon after measures were lifted again.

    This is the conundrum China now faces. Research suggests 95% of people in Wuhan were still susceptible to the virus at the end of January.

    The report suggests we may have to wait 18 months for a vaccine, but even that is not guaranteed.

    We could be in this for the very long term.

    It is worth stressing this is all based on mathematical models. They make assumptions, they are not perfect and what they find is not written in stone. This virus emerged only in December and we're still trying to fully understand it. The scale and role of asymptomatic infections or the summer weather in the pandemic are still unknown.

    But Dr Adam Kucharski, another disease modeller who was not part of the Imperial study, told me: "There's no simple solution to this, it is probably toughest epidemic I've ever had to analyse.

    "There is no way of it playing out without some serious downsides."

    Daily Life Tip: Can I still meet my friends?

    Because of the coronavirus, you are no longer allowed to go to the movies, theaters and school. It is up to you whether or not you should meet with friends. The method of social distancing in order to slow down the spreading of the virus only works preventively, that is: before showing symptoms. Some experts suggest behaving as if you were already ill. That would mean reducing any social contact.

    If you still have to meet:

    • outside is better than inside
    • fewer people are better than many people
    • prefer meeting the same friends than meeting someone else every day
    • wash your hands regularly
    • do not shake hands, kiss or hug
    • keep at least two metres of distance apart
    • consider if you can replace the meeting with chats or telephone