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На овој Италијанец му се смачиле лошите вести за коронавирусот, па одлучил да преземе нешто по тоа прашање

Позитивните вести можат да ја зајакнат нашата надеж и да им пружат поддршка на сите кои се борат против коронавирусот во секој поглед. Ние сме заедно во ова и заедно ќе решиме сè.

А, доколку ви е преку глава од лошите вести, нашиот совет е да го посетите “The Happy Broadcast”, сајт кој настанал како одговор на омразата и стравот со кој секојдневно се бориме.

Мауро Гати е италијански уметник кој живее во Лос Анџелес и чии цртежи ги красат позитивни вести. Илустрациите се противотров на мракот кој ја прекри планетата и барем на кратко нѝ овозможуваат да побегнеме од реалноста.

“The Happy Broadcast”, помеѓу останатото се фокусира и на вестите и природата како што е враќањето на морските желки кои на бреговите во Индија положиле 60 милиони јајца.

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Thanks to the isolation that has been produced to avoid more contagions from the COVID – 19 coronavirus, some animals have taken advantage of walking the streets, swimming where they did not do it before or returning to certain areas. An example of this is the massive arrival of thousands of sea turtles to empty beaches in India, according to reports from local media and social networks. The absence of these turtles were observed in 2002, 2007, 2016 and last year too but this spring was the first in seven years that the mass nesting of the species took place at broad daylight.

Without tourists on the beaches, human interference at the nesting site decreased and experts and authorities estimate that the turtles laid around 60 million eggs in the sands of these Indian beaches. Source: IBT (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #positivity #india #turtle #seaturtle #beach #ocean #egg #coronavirus

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Сега е вистински момент убавите вести да се шират многу повеќе отколку претходно бидејќи постојано сме на интернет во карантин. Станавме зависни од социјалните мрежи и постојано сме во потрага по нешто што ќе нѝ го олесни престојот во изолација. Лажните вести и дезинформации се во тренд повеќе од некогаш, во распон од ненаучно втемелени здравствени совети до неточни податоци за жртвите. Затоа не мора постојано да барате информации – нека капетан Том Мур ви биде пример дека сè е возможно доколку верувате.

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Not all heroes wear capes, as a matter of fact sometimes they use a walker! World War II veteran Tom Moore set out to walk 100 laps of his back garden in Bedfordshire, around 50 miles northwest of London, before his 100th birthday on April 30 to raise money for the NHS. His original fundraising target was $1,250. His family said the fundraising site JustGiving had to stop the "Captain Tom Moore's 100th Birthday Walk for the NHS" page from crashing, as more than 90,000 people tried to access it at one point.
So far, more than 860,000 people have donated more than $20 mil to Moore's effort. Please donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tomswalkforthenhs Source: NPR (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #positivity #donation #uk #nhs #senior #tommoore #veteran #walking #stayhome #coronavirus

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Капетанот Том Мур, 99-годишен британски ветеран, собрал повеќе од 22 милиони долари за “NHS” со пешачење на 100 круга околу неговата градина. 

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Denmark-based toymaker Lego recently announced on Instagram that it had begun producing protective visors for front-line healthcare workers in its home country. The company has modified some of its molding machines to manufacture Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).⁣ ⁣ Intended to offer an extra layer of protection between health workers' eyes and those suffering from COVID-19, the visors consist of a wide, transparent plastic cover and handle.⁣ ⁣ “The team worked around the clock to create designs and make molds that can produce more than 13,000 visors a day. We are grateful to have such talented, dedicated and caring colleagues," the company added. Source: Lego Instagram (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #positivenews #lego #healthcare #help #mask #doctors #denmark #coronavirus

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ЛЕГО ги модифицираше своите машини за производство на заштитни визири за здравствени работници и произведуваат повеќе од 13.000 на ден.

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Rob Jackson, who chairs the Global Carbon Project, which produces widely-watched annual emissions estimates, said carbon output could fall by more than 5% year-on-year — the first dip since a 1.4% reduction after the 2008 financial crisis.⁣ ⁣ Neither the fall of the Soviet Union nor the various oil or savings and loan crises of the past 50 years are likely to have affected emissions the way this crisis is,” he said. Experts warn that without structural change, the emissions declines caused by coronavirus could be short-lived and have little impact on the concentrations of carbon dioxide that have accumulated in the atmosphere over decades.⁣ ⁣ This is why it is important to think about the nature of the economic stimulus packages around the world as countries come out of the most immediate health crisis,” said Dan Lashof, U.S. director at the World Resources Institute. Source: Reuters (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #earth #co2 #noemissions #future #science #lockdown #carbonemissions

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Експертите сметаат дека карантинот ќе доведе до најголем пад на емисија на јаглерод диоксид од Втората светска војна.

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The secretary of state for health and social care has praised 4,500 retired nurses and doctors who have signed up to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic in the UK. Matt Hancock said he was ‘delighted’ that 4,000 nurses and 500 doctors had responded – over the past 48 hours – to the government’s call to get recently retired healthcare professionals to come back to work, helping the NHS in such a difficult time. I think this crisis will shed light on medical professionals in hospitals and intensive-care units, as well as scientists who are spending day and night in the labs right now, trying to find a cure. These will hopefully be our new heroes. Source: The London Economic (link in bio) #positivenews #medicine #London #uk #NHS #heroes #WHO #doctors #health

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Хероите се помеѓу над – 4.500 пензионирани лекари и медицински сестри за само 48 часа се вратиле во болниците во Велика Британија за да помогнат во борбата со пандемијата.

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Ying Ying and Le Le, two giant pandas who could never quite get in the mood over 13 years of living together in a Hong Kong zoo, successfully mated.

Perhaps Ying Ying and Le Le just needed some privacy. Ocean Park Zoo shut down on Jan. 26 as part of Hong Kong’s measures to fight the coronavirus, leaving the amusement park and zoo free of its usual throngs of visitors. It won’t be known for a while whether the patter of tiny panda paws is on the way. The gestation period is from 72 to 324 days, and ultrasound scans can’t detect a cub until 14 to 17 days before birth, the zoo said. Source: The New York Times (link in bio) #positivenews #coronavirus #china #panda #stayhome #animal #giantpanda

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Две панди од зоолошката градина во Хонг Конг со години се обидувале да се парат, но не можеле поради посетителите. Сега, кога зоолошката градина е затворена, тие конечно успеале – честитки!

Шенжен е првиот кинески град кој забрани продажба и консумација на кучиња и мачки со нов историски закон.

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