It seems coronavirus is conquering the world taking more lives everyday, but every day we are fighting against the enemy with more solidarity, seeing more hope.
Solidarity: One world, together at home
One World: Together At Home is a campaign rallying funds for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. The WHO's mission for COVID-19 is to prevent, detect, and respond to the pandemic. This Fund, powered by the UN Foundation, goes directly to WHO's rapid response to COVID-19 around the world.
Hope: Spain reported 399 cases of death related to COVID-19, the lowest since 21 March
As the second most affected country in the world and the most affected in Europe, Spain has now more than 200,000 confirmed cased of covid-19 and has mourned more than 20,000 deaths.
But both the latest daily confirmed cases anddeath toll(399) presented by El Ministerio de Sanidad(The Minister of Health) in Spain are lower than the day before, in particular, the daily death is the lowest since 4 weeks offering a ray of hope.
Gratitude: Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip thanks people who help us stay safe
Prince Philip, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth's 98-year-old husband, who is staying with the queen at her Windsor Castle home during the outbreak, made a rare statement to thank those involved in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
"As we approach World Immunisation Week, I wanted to recognise the vital and urgent work being done by so many to tackle the pandemic; by those in the medical and scientific professions, at universities and research institutions, all united in working to protect us from Covid-19.
On behalf of those of us who remain safe and at home, I also wanted to thank all key workers who ensure the infrastructure of our life continues; the staff and volunteers working in food production and distribution, those keeping postal and delivery services going, and those ensuring the rubbish continues to be collected."
After retiring from public life in May 2017 Prince Philip haa been rarely seen in public since.
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