(Updated on 07/05/2020)
Note: Please stay indoor at all costs to avoid the infection…
Italy now has 214,457 cases of Coronavirus infection, that’s completely outweighing the total infected cases in China. With the death toll rising to 29,684, Italy now has the third-highest deaths reported than anywhere else in the world next to the US and UK. Although 93,245 patients are recovered, the recovery rate is still slow compared to the spread.
Almost every single hospital is overrun by patients. With 26,070+ deaths, Spain now has the 3rd highest death toll in Europe and 4th highest in the world with the USA topping the chart with over 74,809 deaths, and Spain now has the highest infection rate in Europe with 256,855 infection cases. The whole country is under complete lockdown, citizens are strictly advised to stay indoors to curb the rising curve. According to a report, every country in Europe is now dealing with the Coronavirus cases making it the worst-hit continent in the world. Billions all over the world are under complete lockdown.
The World Health Organization has declared the COVID-19 Outbreak as pandemic as it casts its dark shadow in more than 145 countries. Italy now stands 2nd with 21,000+ infection cases next to China that has 80,000+.
1,400 people succumbed to this deadly infection leading the Italian Government to bring their country under complete lockdown. Popular cities like Rome, Naples, and Siena looked like the cities from the Zombieland as they were completely deserted due to the lockdown.
COVID-19 doubled internet users…
To contain the COVID-19 infection, people were advised to stay indoors at all costs. Malls, schools, restaurants and other public gathering places have shut their gates creating fear, anxiety, and boredom in the people within their homes.
But they did find some relief from the boredom with their smartphones and PCs. The internet-traffic in Italy skyrocketed amid the COVID-19 pandemic as the people swapped their work and school for online gaming.
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In an interview with Bloomberg, the Telecom Italian CEO, Luigi Gubi Tosi said, “ we reported an increase of more than 70% of Internet traffic over our landline network, with a big contribution from online gaming such as Fortnite.”
Amid all these, Discord, an application for online game-chat has announced that it has temporarily increased its screen share limit from 10 to 50 people for better social interaction during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Pornhub lends its hand to tackle COVID 19 pandemic…
Almost every single industry is affected by the coronavirus pandemic, including the multi-billion dollar porn industry. But this did not stop a company from lending a hand in its own way.
Pornhub, a pornographic video sharing and pornography website has recently declared on Twitter that it’s giving its one-month premium service for free to the Italian users stuck in their homes due to the COVID-19.
The company’s move is to control the spread due to the social meeting and help them to remain indoors. Italian users can now access the entire premium content till April for free.
The company has also announced on Twitter that it’ll be donating its March proceeds from Modelhub to support Italy during this unfortunate time (model earnings will remain untouched).
Pornhub is donating its March proceeds from Modelhub to support Italy during this unfortunate time (model earnings will remain untouched). Italy will also have free access to Pornhub Premium throughout the month. Forza Italia, we love you! 🧡 pic.twitter.com/DD0nYDyrJ4
— Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) March 12, 2020
— PCMag (@PCMag) March 12, 2020
Pornhub will allow people living in Italy to access Pornhub Premium for free throughout the month of March, as the whole country is in #lockdown, and will donate part of their earnings to help Italy fight the #Coronavirus emergency. #Covid_19 pic.twitter.com/qDnFiAzIgE
— Francesco 🌱 (@Flanas07) March 12, 2020
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