Coronavirus in United States soccer, Australia


This 10 June 2020 Mayor League Soccer video from the USA says about itself:

MLS Is Back Tournament! What You Need To Know About Return To Play

Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:

In the highest United States soccer league (Mayor League Soccer), twenty players tested positive for the coronavirus. The virus has also been diagnosed with six staff members. …

The remaining games will be completed during the MLS is back event, July 8 through August 11, at the Disney World complex in Florida.

Florida, a COVID-19 hotspot where infections are on the rise. Disney World, where the workers oppose the bosses’ dangerous premature for-profit reopening plans.

Also from NOS radio:

Australia reports the largest daily increase in coronavirus infections since April 11. 85 people have been diagnosed with the virus in the past 24 hours. Most new infections came to light in the state of Victoria.

Wildlife of Costa Rica and Panama


This 26 June 2020 video says about itself:

Tropical Natural Paradise: Panama & Costa Rica | Free Documentary Nature

Whoever wants to experience Central America as a nature paradise in a small area, should explore Costa Rica. Almost half of the country is covered by rain forest. Numerous animal species are to be found here like the White-faced Capuchin, colourful parrots like the Macaw, Veruga Parakeets and Tapirs.

Also, lizards from primeval times have their habitat in this region of the planet. The small central American nation not only fascinates with rich fauna and flora but also with a wonder world under water. Insights into the fascinating world of the jungle show examples like the epiphytes that make their way to the sky at the expense of their host plants.

A view into the culture of the Indian inhabitants of the rain forest, of course, does not come too briefly either. A diving excursion through the ocean waters of Cocos Island is the highlight of the journey. The spectator will get flesh crawl while watching hundreds of dangerous hammerhead sharks gliding past the camera.