David Warner against saliva ban in post COVID-19 world

Credit: Mid-Day- Published on May 1, 2020
Star Australian opener David Warner does not see the need to abolish the use of saliva to shine the ball when cricket resumes in the post COVID-19 world as he feels it is no more or no less risky than sharing the change room with fellow players. There is speculation that use of saliva to shine the ball will be stopped to cut down...

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Published on May 1, 2020 -  00:45
Designer Creates Commuter Hook For Post Covid-19 Commuting
This could be a useful tool in the post-covid-19 world of commuting. Milan-based designer Anna Borla says her pocket-sized creation is called 'Hook'. It allows people to hold on to handrails on public transport. The device can also be used to push buttons, open doors and pick up items. Anna explains: โ€œThe project is very current for the bad situation in which the entire world lives". "Hook is a fun product to use as a new friend that helps us to protect our health".

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