Global COVID-19 deaths top a million people

By Ricky Browne COVID-19 deaths across the globe topped a million people for the first time on Tuesday . According to the Johns Hopkins University database, the 1 million deaths threshold was passed on Tuesday, the first death having been recognized in China in January. The United States leads in the number of deaths with

2021 shaping up to be 2020 version 2.0

While many people have been looking to put 2020 in the rear view mirror, and are relishing the idea of starting a crisp new year with all the public events that can muster, those dreams are fading fast.

In fact, by the looks of it, 2021 is looking to be 2020 version 2.0.

London’s New Years celebrations were cancelled last week. As of yesterday, the latest landmark event to be knocked off pubic calendars is Trinidad’s Carnival for 2021, originally set to culminate on February 16.