Second Quarterly Report for 2020

Whiting Oil Corporation declares bankruptcy in part due to Covid-19.

China reports asymptomatic cases for Covid-19.

Youtube removes videos of 5G linked to Covid-19 after cell towers had been vandalized.

UK Prime Minister goes to the ICU for worsening Covid-19.

China ends lockdown in Wuhan.

Cyclone Harold (category 5) hits Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji, and Tonga.

EU approves a 540 billion Euro Covid-19 financial loan package.

A handwritten copy of The Beatles “Hey Jude” is sold at auction for $910,000.

Easter tornado outbreak in the Southeast part of United States totaling a total of 140 tornadoes with 32 fatalities.

Airbnb receives a $1 billion loan in response to declining reservations during Covid-19.

Jordan bans public worship in Mosques even during Ramadan due to Covid-19.

Canada (Justin Trudeau) band assault-style weapons after a killing spree in Nova Scotia

J.C. Penny files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.

George Floyd dies during an altercation with the police in Minneapolis triggering nationwide protests, rioting, looting, and arson. Many large cities invoke curfew.

Locusts destroy crops in India, prompting emergency relief in preparation for the upcoming famine.

The Boston Marathon is cancelled due to Covid-19 for the first time in 123 years.

SpaceX sends two astronauts, Bob Behnken and Douglas Hurley to ISS via Crew Dragon.

President Trump designates ANTIFA as a terrorist group.

BP to cut roughly 10,000 jobs.

Cops, the Tv program is cancelled after 31 years on air due to police brutality protests.

Shintaro Suji, Sanrio creator and CEO, steps down.

The worlds second largest fossil egg is found in Antarctica.

Apple announces the company will start using an Apple-made processor instead of Intel.

Bayer AG agrees to pay $10 billion due to lawsuits against Roundup cancer claims.

Olympus announces they will end camera manufacturing.

Picture Selection– Due to Covid-19 almost all private businesses were forced to close. Unemployment has skyrocketed and forced businesses to permanently close.

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