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Can you answer these tricky science riddles?

Here are 10 Science riddles that will make you scratch your head. We bet you can't answer more than 5 Science riddles. So here we go!! Match your answers from below!! Questions  # Question 1 You have to pour Milk and Water in a barrel in such way that they should not mix. How will you do that?? # Question 2 You are given two identical metal balls in terms of diameter and mass. However, One is solid ball and another ball is hollow from inside. Can you distinguish between solid and hollow ball without knocking them?? # Question 3 If John killed Density X Volume then Who is John?? # Question 4 John was going to bleach his socks as they got muddy. He poured bleach in the washing machine and some spilled on the floor. He got a cleaning fluid and mopped the bleach on the floor. After some time, John was dead. Why?? # Question 5 Two man went into a bar. One man orders H2O and the other says, I will have H2O too. The second man dies. Why?? # Qu

Hantavirus: News of Person Dying Due to Another Virus in China

Global Times in a tweet reported that a person from the Yunnan Province in Southwest China died while on his way back to Shandong Province for work on a bus on Monday (March 23, 2020). He was reportedly tested positive for Hantavirus . The tweet further informed that the remaining 32 people on the bus were tested and the results are not immediately revealed. Don't Panic People are worrying that Hantavirus is like Coronavirus which is not true. Hantavirus is spread through rodent urine,feces or saliva. It is not airborne i.e it can't be transmitted through human to human contact. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention's website states, 'Rodent infestation in and around the home remains the primary risk for Hantavirus exposure. Even healthy individuals are at risk for HPS infection if exposed to the virus'. Symptoms of Hantavirus Symptoms of Hantavirus includes: Fever Headache Abdominal pain Dizziness Chills Muscle ache Naus

Chat with WHO through Whatsapp on coronavirus [WITH LINK]

On 20 march, 2020, WHO launched a messaging service with its partners WhatsApp and Facebook to keep people safe from COVID-19 virus. This easy-to-use chat service can to reach 2 to 3 billion people and enables WHO to provide information directly into the hands of the people that need it most. From government leaders to health workers and family and friends, this chat service will provide the latest news and information updates on COVID-19 virus, including details on symptoms and how people can protect themselves and others. It will also provide the latest situation reports and numbers in real time to help government decision-makers protect the health of their populations. The service can be accessed by a link [Given below] that opens a chat on WhatsApp. Users can simply type “hi” to activate the chat, prompting a menu of options that can help answer their questions about COVID-19 virus. Click here to join chat with WHO Demo screen

These 12 steps can save you from COVID-19

Lets all be alert as we will enter stage 3 of COVID-19 soon which is an outbreak of infection in community. COVID-19 Precautions for House-holds: 1. Wash milk bags the moment we take it & wash your hands while you are at it. 2. Consider cancelling newspapers and read e-newspaper. 3. Keep a separate tray for couriers. Courier person can place the envelope/package in the tray and courier may be left untouched for at least 24 hours. 4. Instruct maids not to touch main door. On entering the home, she has to immediately wash hands thoroughly, before touching other things . After that, wipe the calling-bell switch with a cleaning fluid. 3. Avoid getting Swiggy, Amazon, etc as far as possible. 4. Wash all fruits and vegetables with warm water once we bring them home. 5. Remote, phone and keyboards are the most highly contaminated elements in our house. Clean them at least once a day using cleaning fluid. 6. Wash hands frequently when in house or in office. Once e

10 myths about coronavirus you shouldn't miss [UPDATED]

Disclaimer - This is written by taking reference from WHO official website . We appeal you not to believe in rumors and fake news, always verify facts from WHO official website. 1. COVID-19 virus can't survive in hot and humid climate From the evidence so far, COVID-19 can be transmitted in all areas including hot and humid areas. The best way to protect yourself is by cleaning hands frequently with soap or alcohol based hand wash.   2. Cold weather and snow can kill COVID-19 virus From the evidence so far, COVID-19 can survive in cold weather. Moreover, Virus can live freely in human body having temperature 36.5°C to 37°C irrespective of external temperature. The best way to protect yourself is by cleaning hands frequently with soap or alcohol based hand wash.   3. The COVID-19 virus can be transmitted by mosquito bites Till now no case is reported, COVID-19 virus primarily spread through droplets generated by infected person through sneezing or coughing.