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    We Speak with the Chennai Man Who Created the 'Coronavirus Helmet' to Make People Stay Home

    B Gowtham, 27, wants to see fear in people's eyes. Don't get him wrong. This Chennai-based engineer-turned-artist is not a sadist, nor a criminal mastermind from a rusty Bollywood revenge film. Gowtham, in fact, has just created an artwork that is currently going viral across the country for using some unusual and creative methods to get...

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    Wuhan's Crematoriums Are Filling Thousands of Urns With Coronavirus Remains Each Day

    The Chinese government insists that the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan is 2,535. But last week, 5,000 urns were delivered to a single Wuhan crematorium in just two days. The crematorium is one of seven in Wuhan. China has China has brought the epidemic under control. The country has now become the supply base of medical resources for the...

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    A Young Indian Doctor Tells Us What It's Like to Fight From the Frontline of the Pandemic

    It's very difficult to get 33-year-old Rakshit Pratap Singh-a paediatrician from New Delhi-to talk. When he finally does, his first words are, "I am suffering." The first registered case of coronavirus infection in India was reported on January 30, 2020. A few days before the first positive case came up, several government hospitals in...

    • 2 days ago
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    VICE's Somewhat Definitive Coronavirus Self-Isolation Recommendation List

    It's a horrendous time. You may be worried about your parents' health, your job, and depending on where you live, your entire country's social safety net. But you are a good person, and like a citizen in Starship Troopers, you are doing your part in the Coronavirus War Effort, by staying home and tolerating whomever you live with. And while there are...

    • 5 days ago
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    This Guy is Rescuing Foreigners Who've Been Stranded and Abused During the Indian Lockdown

    Nalika Naidu, 25, had been backpacking across India since October 2019, when she started noticing things changing almost overnight. "I don't really pay attention to the news, and I was busy travelling across the country. The people here are so friendly," the hatha yoga teacher from South Africa tells VICE on the phone from New Delhi....

    • 5 days ago
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    Watching Porn During Lockdown? Just Don't Do It on Your Office Laptop

    So, you're done with the cooking, cleaning and cribbing for the day, answered the work calls you had to, video called your parents, streamed and watched what feel like a million shows, and still have lots of time on your hands to kill. So, you decide to put the said hands to good use, and bring out that office-given laptop to check out Pornhub's newly-made-free...

    • 5 days ago
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    Pornhub Really Wants You to Stay Home. So They've Made Premium Content Free Worldwide

    As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the world catapult to more than 438,000, the only advice experts have in the absence of a cure or vaccine is asking people to just stay home. Self-isolating means having to say goodbye to your work wife, gym routine and even the significant other if you don't live together. Being stuck in quarantine is...

    • 7 days ago
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    Three Coronavirus Patients on Their Hellish Illness and Recovery

    Imagine testing positive for COVID-19. How concerned would you be? How scared? It's likely that you're young and enjoying a non-compromised respiratory system, so you'd fall into the majority of cases described as "mild." But the word "mild" seems to obfuscate just how hellishly intense a run of COVID-19 might be. In early February the Chinese...

    • 7 days ago
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    From Racial Abuse to Bullying, Coronavirus is Bringing Out the Worst in People

    Ngurang Reena, a PhD scholar at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi, took a cab a few weeks ago. It was a tough week for her. As the news around coronavirus broke, she, along with her JNU peers, had received a notice by the university administration to vacate their hostel rooms in a few days. The academician-who is also a human rights activist and a...

    • a week ago
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    'Psych!' has Emerged as the Favourite Quarantine Game Across the World

    According to people I think of as friends, the last thing I had Googled was: "When to use the vibrator while under lockdown with the boyfriend", "Can I correct people's grammar even on doomsday", "How to wash a tomato", "How to avoid killing your partner when both are working from home" and "Corona-special curly girl...

    • a week ago

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