Orthocoronavirinae & Coronavirus COVID-19 - What is it? How are they different?
Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses including Orthocoronavirinae that can cause illnesses as minor as a cold, or as serious as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), according to the World Health Organization. The virus can be spread from an animal to a human. The coronavirus has also spread internationally, with recorded cases in the U.S., Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, and several others.¬†Strict travel restrictions are currently in place to China. COVID-19 has to lead to a global emergency as well as a state of emergency in New York State. Orthocoronavirnae is the subfamily of coronavirus.
The Best Gifts For Millennials in 2020
Millennials can be a difficult generation to holiday shop for in 2020. These gifts are experienced-based and inexpensive. This is the ultimate gift guide when shopping for millennials. Some gift ideas include an Airbnb gift card, MasterClass, Winc, a cold brew maker, and a Mira membership. This Holiday season, these gifts are sure to impress the millennial you know and love.
Is Obama Care Right for You? 5 Things You Need to Know About Open Enrollment Season
Every year since 2013, millions of Americans are signing up for affordable health insurance via the Affordable Care Act Exchange (aka Obama Care) beginning the first day of November. While it is less likely a joy for some, it is an important annual event that can impact your healthcare for the next year to come.