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CBC News 6 Mar 2020

How concussions have changed their lives


Acquired brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability for Canadians under the age of 40. Here are four Canadians who share how their lives have changed after suffering a concussion.


Desperate migrants hiding in the back of freight trucks to get to Britain on ferries had been the target, but now smugglers have switched their tactics and record numbers are now risking their lives, attempting to get across the English Channel, from France to the UK, in small boats…
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., called for Wisconsin to delay their primary that is scheduled for April seventh so people don't have to "risk their lives" in order to cast their vote amid the coronavirus outbreak. Aired on 4/1/2020.
The unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis are doctors and nurses on the front lines taking care of patients in hospitals worldwide. Around the world, medical personnel are risking their lives to help the stricken. In New Rochelle, New York, medical workers donned Hazmat suits at a drive-thru testing center. The sleepy town has become the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US. "I marvel at their courage," said New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, praising workers on Sunday's '60 Minutes.'
CGTN's Mike Walter talks with Steffi Noel, Project Leader for Daxue Consulting, about how businesses have changed their strategies during the coronavirus.

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