· Cemeteries braced for surge in Covid-19 dead as Mexico readies to reopen →
“Only the box came, not a single relative, just the coffin,” Ruvalcaba, 32, said of the first Covid-19 burial he witnessed last month.
· The End of Hong Kong As We Know It →
The NPC’s vote has confirmed the worst fears among Hong Kong’s democrats, who see this as the final nail in the coffin for “one country, two system.” Chinese Premier Li Keqiang defended the law by saying that it would amount to the “steady implementation of the ‘one country, two systems.’” Li’s wording echoed a pledge made by Xi Jinping himself during a 2017 visit to Hong Kong—long before last year’s unrest over an extradition bill spiraled into a broader movement about the city’s destiny itself.
· Should Masks Be Fashion Accessories? →
Even though the commodification of and capitalization on a healthcare item feels like murky ethical territory to me, I would still endorse a Supreme mask since it keeps you out of that Supreme coffin.
· Scientists are raising questions about a new study suggesting hydroxychloroquine is deadly →
Former leading Food and Drug Administration official Peter Lurie called the study “another nail in the coffin for hydroxychloroquine — this time from the largest study ever.”
· They made a mockery of our trust: why Britain is united in fury at the PM and his adviser →
Undertakers wearing personal protective equipment carry the coffin of Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, who died alone in Kings College Hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus.
· Call of the wild: listen up, people, time is running out →
Not just because they play host to hundreds of thousands of species of insects and millions of microbes and invertebrates, while also providing us with fats, sugars, waxes and wonder drugs, along with cradles, coffins, cabinets, balconies and homes.
· Former principal who warned of dangerous priest to sue Catholic church →
Others heard he was cruel to animals and showed children a body in a coffin.
· ‘I never even thought I wanted a traditional wedding. Then mine was cancelled because of coronavirus’ →
The final nail in my wedding-hating coffin came when my mother and I went to a bridal shop “for a laugh” and ended up with her weeping into her glass of prosecco and me standing in a white gown imagining my fiancee’s expression when he saw me in it.
The China Post
· Peruvian families bury multiple members amid pandemic →
LIMA, Peru (AP) — The men panted from exertion as they climbed the mist-covered hill carrying a coffin with another body in Peru’s largest cemetery, where the dead from the new coronavirus are being buried.
· Human Rights Watch Report Details Harm to Children, Urges UN Probe Into Philippine Drug War →
Karla, the child of “Renato A.” – a man killed in December 2016 – told HRW she hid behind her aunt’s coffin as a gunman fired at her father.