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19:30  08 april  2020
19:30  08 april  2020 Source:   eonline.com

Coronavirus: in the Philippines, priests bless the faithful from vehicles

 Coronavirus: in the Philippines, priests bless the faithful from vehicles © Alren BERONIO A Catholic priest perched on a tricycle, his face covered with a mask against the coronavirus, gives the blessing to the faithful on the occasion of Sunday Rameaux, in Borongan in central Philippines on April 5, 2020 It was from the back of a vehicle or from a tricycle that priests on Sunday in the Philippines blessed the Catholic faithful placed in confinement because of the pandemic linked to coronavirus.

Much to the woe of teens across the US and Europe, Snapchat is currently down in parts of the world. According to DownDetector, there was a surge in people reporting issues using the app at around 10:30AM, following widespread problems in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

a cup of coffee: Bangkok, Thailand - April 22, 2017 : Apple iPhone5s in a mug showing its screen with Snapchat logo. Bangkok, Thailand - April 22, 2017 : Apple iPhone5s in a mug showing its screen with Snapchat logo.

Snapchat’s Support account tweeted an acknowledgment of the outage at 10:33AM ET but didn’t provide any additional details. It also hasn’t shared an update since. Based on the fewer number of recent reports, it does appear that Snap is slowly fixing the issue, however.

With people stuck inside due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of users have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration. It looks like most people can’t even log into the app.

We’ve reached out to Snap for more information, and we’ll update this article when we hear back from the company.

Coronavirus: approximately 160,000 dead, Orthodox Easter confined .
© Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV Masked faithful attend the traditional blessing in Moscow on April 18, 2020, on the eve of Orthodox Easter Millions of faithful celebrate Sunday Orthodox Easter confined and sometimes in an unprecedented way due to the new coronavirus pandemic which has killed nearly 160,000 people worldwide, around two-thirds in Europe.

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