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09 April 2020

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Why coronavirus can be fatal for some people but leaves others with no symptoms at all (2)
Recent figures have shown more than 1.4million are confirmed has having the virus but patients being affected in dramatically different ways. By Amber Hicks The world has been brought to its knees by coronavirus, with over 82,000 people around the world sadly losing their lives. Recent figures have shown more than 1.4million are confirmed has having the virus, with a further 308,000 recovering from the deadly bug.
‘Wheel of Fortune' breaks rules, allows contestant to appear twice after ‘production issue' (1)
By Tyler McCarthy, Fox News Originally Published by: Actor who played Viktor Krum looks very different from his 'Harry Potter' days BBC appears to air couple having sex in the background of Rio broadcast Tom Arnold pens letter arguing for gun control after nephew's suicide "Wheel of Fortune" broke with tradition and allowed a contestant to appear on the show twice due to a "production issue." A recent episode of the hit game show saw contestant Tony Harrison, a
Zoom: Every security issue uncovered in the video chat app (1)
A timeline of Zoom's rapid rise and the security problems that have come to light. Rae Hodge With the novel coronavirus causing a surge in work-from-home activity, Zoom has quickly become the video meeting app of choice: Daily meeting participants on the platform surged from 10 million in December to 200 million in March.
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