Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Funny Animals - Geese Near Cars



Canadian geese sure walk around everywhere and come close to cars and people. They bend down their long neck to eat green grass or drink water from puddles. They are not scared of anything. They walk on grass, car lanes, pedestrian roads, earth and swim in lakes. After getting enough rest, they decide to fly. The amazing animals fly together in beautiful formations.

Geese should be scared of some animals, such as: wolves, eagles, bears, raccoons and foxes. Geese are usually most vulnerable during their nesting season. Eggs and goslings are more vulnerable than adult geese. More animals hunt eggs and goslings.

Goose (plural geese) is the general English name for many long-necked birds, belonging to the family Anatidae. Geese migrate in groups in the spring and fall, flying together in a V-shape. A male goose is called a "gander" and a baby goose is called a "gosling". A group of geese is called a "gaggle".

In theory, geese should be scared of raccoons. There are many raccoons in Toronto. In reality, I think geese don't care about anything. These geese just don't get bothered by any animals.

Funny Animals - Geese on Grass Near Vehicles



Geese walk around on the green grass and go near vehicles. Canadian geese walk over everything. Sometimes they walk alone by themselves. Sometimes they walk in pairs. Sometimes they walk in groups of 10 or 20. They sure fly together in interesting formations. Amazing geese are not scared of anything.

Funny Animals - Goose in Driving Lane



These Canadian geese sure walk on the grass, car lanes and the pedestrian road. They really walk over everything. They walk in the parking lot and in between cars. They even walk near moving cars. They walk nearby people. Sometime a goose will chase after you if you get too close to it.

Funny Animals - Goose at Mandarin



This goose in the Mandarin parking lot just keeps walking alone. It doesn't move away for cars or anything. Looks like nothing scares these Canadian geese. It doesn't like to fly. It just keeps walking.

Monday, 25 May 2020

Tunisia coronavirus death toll is 48



Tunisia Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 48. Tunisia has total confirmed virus cases of 1,051.

Tunisian Ministry of Interior deployed the locally-made P-Guard (Pearl-Guard) robots to implement nationwide lockdown procedures in Tunis amid the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. This footage released on March 25 is pretty interesting.

The hi-tech robots are controlled by security officers operating from an operation room at the Ministry of Interior through surveillance cameras. A security officer asks citizens to show permits that allow them to walk the streets during the curfew.

There is also a robot that works inside hospitals. A robot has been deployed in a Tunisian hospital caring for coronavirus victims to limit contact between staff and infected patients. This is an impressive first for the North African country. The robot is mounted on wheels and is capable of taking pulses and checking temperatures and blood oxygen levels.

Read more about the robot that helps Tunisia medics here:
https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/robot-helps-tunisia-medics-avoid-infection-from-virus-patients-1.4922004

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 5,495,061

Countries with most confirmed cases:

1,662,302 USA
374,898 Brazil
353,427 Russia
262,547 United Kingdom
235,400 Spain
230,158 Italy
183,067 France
180,600 Germany
157,814 Turkey
144,950 India
137,724 Iran
123,979 Peru
87,119 Canada
84,102 China
74,795 Saudi Arabia
73,997 Chile
71,105 Mexico
57,342 Belgium
56,349 Pakistan
45,647 Netherlands
45,465 Qatar
37,355 Ecuador
37,144 Belarus
35,585 Bangladesh
33,843 Sweden
31,960 Singapore
30,788 Portugal
30,746 Switzerland
30,307 United Arab Emirates
24,698 Ireland
23,615 South Africa
22,750 Indonesia
21,981 Colombia
21,967 Kuwait
21,631 Poland
21,245 Ukraine
18,283 Romania
17,967 Egypt
16,734 Israel
16,581 Japan
16,539 Austria
15,073 Dominican Republic
14,319 Philippines
12,628 Argentina
11,586 Denmark
11,225 Korea, South
11,193 Serbia
11,183 Panama
11,173 Afghanistan

Kenya coronavirus death toll is 52



Kenya Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 52. Kenya has total confirmed virus cases of 1,286.

The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases continued to greatly increase, after 72 new infections were reported on Monday.

The cases came from 2,711 samples tested in the last 24 hours.

Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr Mercy Mwangangi, said so far 61,971 people have been tested for the virus.

Read more details about who tested positive here:
https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2020-05-25-kenya-virus-cases-hit-1286-after-72-more-test-positive/

Kenya is certainly in its 3rd month of the Coronavirus. The cases are surging greater now than the first 2 months.

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 5,495,061

Countries with most confirmed cases:

1,662,302 USA
374,898 Brazil
353,427 Russia
262,547 United Kingdom
235,400 Spain
230,158 Italy
183,067 France
180,600 Germany
157,814 Turkey
144,950 India
137,724 Iran
123,979 Peru
87,119 Canada
84,102 China
74,795 Saudi Arabia
73,997 Chile
71,105 Mexico
57,342 Belgium
56,349 Pakistan
45,647 Netherlands
45,465 Qatar
37,355 Ecuador
37,144 Belarus
35,585 Bangladesh
33,843 Sweden
31,960 Singapore
30,788 Portugal
30,746 Switzerland
30,307 United Arab Emirates
24,698 Ireland
23,615 South Africa
22,750 Indonesia
21,981 Colombia
21,967 Kuwait
21,631 Poland
21,245 Ukraine
18,283 Romania
17,967 Egypt
16,734 Israel
16,581 Japan
16,539 Austria
15,073 Dominican Republic
14,319 Philippines
12,628 Argentina
11,586 Denmark
11,225 Korea, South
11,193 Serbia
11,183 Panama
11,173 Afghanistan

Burkina Faso coronavirus death toll is 52



Burkina Faso Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 52. Burkina Faso has total confirmed virus cases of 832.

Burkina Faso is trying to contain COVID-19 and prevent further spread of the virus.

The government last month ordered citizens to wear masks and gave them more than a week to prepare. However, few people have complied with this order.

Authorities ordered a curfew at some point, but it was later relaxed. Schools were scheduled to reopen last week. However, they were ordered to stay closed until June 1.

The daily new Coronavirus Covid-19 cases seem to be decreasing now in Burkina Faso. The country plans to ramp up testing for the coronavirus. The pandemic is expected to continue for months.

African nations are weaker at creating greater virus-testing ability. Wealthy nations such as the USA and China are bidding for many of the same stockpiles of testing kits.

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 5,495,061

Countries with most confirmed cases:

1,662,302 USA
374,898 Brazil
353,427 Russia
262,547 United Kingdom
235,400 Spain
230,158 Italy
183,067 France
180,600 Germany
157,814 Turkey
144,950 India
137,724 Iran
123,979 Peru
87,119 Canada
84,102 China
74,795 Saudi Arabia
73,997 Chile
71,105 Mexico
57,342 Belgium
56,349 Pakistan
45,647 Netherlands
45,465 Qatar
37,355 Ecuador
37,144 Belarus
35,585 Bangladesh
33,843 Sweden
31,960 Singapore
30,788 Portugal
30,746 Switzerland
30,307 United Arab Emirates
24,698 Ireland
23,615 South Africa
22,750 Indonesia
21,981 Colombia
21,967 Kuwait
21,631 Poland
21,245 Ukraine
18,283 Romania
17,967 Egypt
16,734 Israel
16,581 Japan
16,539 Austria
15,073 Dominican Republic
14,319 Philippines
12,628 Argentina
11,586 Denmark
11,225 Korea, South
11,193 Serbia
11,183 Panama
11,173 Afghanistan