Coronavirus— UN Warns of Rapid Spread in American Prisons

The United Nations warned today of the rapid spread of cases of covid-19 in prisons on the American continent. They stressed that overcrowding and poor hygiene conditions in most of the prison facilities are a key contributor to the situation. “Thousands of inmates and prison officials have already been infected across North and South America,” said the spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville, at a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland today.

Coronavirus: Peru Extends Emergency, Indonesia Suspends Travel

The President of Peru has extended the state of emergency in the country up to May 10, and also announced financial assistance to more than six million families. These measures are aimed at combating the coronavirus spread in the country. While making the announcement, the Peruvian president, Martin Vizcarra, stated that the curve was still rising and it was very appropriate to extend the state of emergency for another two weeks.

Coronavirus: 234 Infected, 3 Dead in Peru

Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra confirmed at a press conference that, to date, the number of people infected with the coronavirus in Peru increased to 234. His press conference took place on the fourth day of its national emergency. Vizcarra mentioned that from this number of infected, 19 patients are hospitalized and 7 are in intensive care with a mechanical ventilator, while 2 (aged 79 and 96) are in poor health.

Keiko Fujimori, Opposition Leader and Dictator’s Daughter, Returns to Prison

A Peruvian judge ordered Tuesday that opposition leader Keiko Fujimori should be returned to prison for a further 15 months’ pre-trial detention. Keiko Fujimori, the daughter of former President Alberto Fujimori, is accused of taking $1.2 million (£940,000) in illegal campaign financing from Odebrecht, a Brazilian giant construction company, in 2011. She hasn’t been officially charged.

Spanish Speaking Nations Now Have Worldwide Access to Low Cost Freelance Global Gigs

Spanish is the fourth largest language in the world behind English, Chinese and Hindi. There are 23 counties that have Spanish as their official language and those countries are spread over four continents.  Now all Spanish speaking countries of the world have access to post their Freelance Global Gigs (FGG) Low Cost Marketplace  services in Spanish which is then available in over 100 leading worldwide languages.

US Counterfeit Currency – Where is it Coming From?

The US Constitution gives Congress the power to “coin money and regulate the value thereof.” Currently, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces paper money in two locations: Washington D.C. and Fort Worth, Texas. The money printed by the US government facilities are the only ones that are legit paper currency. According to the Federal Reserve, up to 80% of US paper currency ends up outside of the US, equivalent to 2.5 trillion US dollars.

The Spanish Language Should Be Exploding on the Low Cost Freelance Gig Markets, But It’s Not. Why?

The freelance gig market is where you offer for sale your expertise in a specialized service. For example, you might be an expert in: building websites; launching a social media presence; buying Google and/or Facebook advertising; providing coding; editing and writing; creating educational or online books; or translations. The world is unlimited.

Where to Find Jobs in Argentina? Try the Freelance Gigs Profession selling your Services in the United States and Don’t Leave Your House

With the Argentina economy in a tailspin, we’ve seen the second largest one day stock drop combined with a 25% collapse of the Argentinian peso.  So where will the good jobs be for the future of Argentina? The unemployment rate was 9.48% in 2018, and that was before the big currency and stock market crash.  To make matter worse, the GDP per capita is only $14,401.97.