Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times
There is a website tracing the daily cases and deaths due to the Coronavirus worldwide.
As of today there have been 84,000 cases all together out of which a very large majority of the cases, 79,000, have been in China, yet stock portfolio of everyone in the world has dropped by 10-12% within a span of a week. We are in it together.
There have been total of some 2900 deaths of which 2800 have been in China, yet it seems that every one is scared to death. We are in it together.
The mortality of the virus is approximately 2%, which is good news when we compare it with the mortality of SARS which was 10%. The Coronavirus does not discriminate based on religion, race or country, despite the fact that the Western media is trying to make the Iranian cases as something more dangerous. We are in it together.
Not only the pilgrimage to Mecca is halted but so are the visits to Rome. We are in it together.
If, Gilead Sciences drug remdesivir may help treat coronavirus symptoms, according to WHO, we all feel relieved. We are in it together.
If, California patient with unknown origin of coronavirus is in serious condition, we are all scared. We are in it together.
Coronavirus could send 10-year Treasury yield crashing below 1% — Here’s how. We are in it together.
If a successful vaccine is developed, we will all rejoice. We are in it together.
We are one human family! We are in it together.
Suggested reading by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times
The Rights of Neighbors in the light of the sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad
Refuting Islamophobia: Demystifying ‘the Other’ by Harris Zafar
PM New Zealand: ‘The believers in their mutual kindness, compassion, and sympathy are just like one body’
Video: Prince William Draws Upon Princess Diana’s Death In Powerful Speech in New Zealand Mosque
Two Hundred Verses about Compassionate Living in the Quran
A Message of Compassion and Love from the Holy Bible
True Fasting: A Message of Compassion and Love from the Old Testament
Abou Ben Adhem, A Compassionate Man
‘Love Hormone,’ How it works in Hospitality?
‘Love Hormone’ Oxytocin May Enhance Feelings Of Spirituality
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