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Omicron shakes Americans as they recalculate everything they know about the fast-spreading variant
Americans are frustrated and devastated that the basic components they thought they fully grasped about the Coronavirus are changing faster than ever as the Omicron variant of the virus continues to spread at an alarming rate.
As a result, a sense of dread and hope are present. Omicron is more contagious than previous strains, but many people report less severe symptoms when infected with it. Incidental patients, people who tested positive for Covid-19 are patients that are admitted for another reason now account for nearly half of all hospital admissions in some states.
Health officials have reduced the proposed isolation period for those who test positive from ten days to five days in response to the new variant and recommend that people upgrade their masks from fabric to medical-grade whenever possible.
Hundreds of homes in the Bangladeshi Rohingya refugee camp were destroyed by fire
According to authorities and witnesses, dozens of houses at a Rohingya refugee camp in southeast Bangladesh were burned to the ground on January 9, 2022. Fortunately, no one was injured or killed. Cox’s Bazar is home to more than a million Rohingya refugees, many of whom fled Myanmar’s military-led attack on the minority group in 2017.
The Bangladeshi government official Mohammad Shamsud Douza stated that the fire has been extinguished but the cause of the incident is still being investigated. ‘Everything has been destroyed. Many people have no place to call home ‘Rohingya refugee Abu Taher said.
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Korean drama ‘Snowdrop’ proves bashers wrong as its rating rises and receives good feedback from viewers
On January 9, the weekend’s most-watched show had its highest-ever viewer ratings. Snowdrop’s most recent episode, ‘Young Lady and Gentleman’, had an all-time high rating of 36.0% nationwide. A national average of 3.1% of viewers tuned in to JTBC’s ’Snowdrop’ on Sunday night and had a significant increase in the percentage of viewers from the previous episode.
Before its release, Snowdrop was highly criticized in South Korea for its storyline that is said to distort South and North Korean history according to some people. Due to the show’s heavy backlash, many signed a petition to have the show cancelled. However, JTBC, the broadcasting company of Snowdrop released a statement defending the storyline and characters of the series.
After a series of controversies before and during its release, Snowdrop was able to turn the tables and garnered a solid fan base internationally. Now, many netizens leave good reviews and feedback about the drama and its cast as they become more engaged in the show.
Fans petition to have The Amazing Spider-Man 3 with Andrew Garfield after watching Spider-Man: No Way Home
Fans of the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Spider-Man: No Way Home can’t stop raving about how the three Peter Parkers finally met on the big screen. Many were left feeling nostalgic as the superhero character has three versions starring iconic actors: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland in separate movies.
After people have watched No Way Home, everyone is talking about Andrew Garfield and how he was robbed of his Spider-Man role in his movies. It is notable how suddenly The Amazing Spider-Man 3 was pulled out despite writers and directors confirming that the third instalment is on the green light and is arranged to be shot. Now, all viewers and fans demand to bring back Andrew Garfield for his third and final movie as your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man.
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