The World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed that 70 potential coronavirus vaccines are in the works globally, with three of them already being tested in human trials. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos revealed that the World Health Organization’s director-general contacted him and they exchanged ideas on how the coronavirus pandemic could be stopped and controlled. Latin America is experiencing a surge of COVID-19 cases and its regions fear that they will not be able to fight the disease as they lack the needed funding due to recession. A vaccine for COVID-19 could be ready in six months. With at least 188,694 confirmed cases as of April 13, the New York state already has more COVID-19 patients than any other country in the world. Some of them even say that cayenne pepper and green tea have better chances of protecting you against COVID-19 instead of face masks. A Japanese anti-viral drug known as Avigan is generating buzz over its potential to treat COVID-19 A video of a breathing exercise that was said to help cure the COVID-19 symptoms went viral early this week. People are convinced because even J.K. Rowling recommended it to everyone. Italy, one of the hardest-hit countries of the coronavirus pandemic, is reportedly considering the lifting of lockdown measures. An American journalist is urging the world to put China on lockdown for its unacceptable behavior amid the coronavirus pandemic. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have found that the strain of coronavirus currently rocking the U.S. is the original variation of the virus that emerged from China. This coronavirus tracking app already exists in China, Singapore, Israel and South Korea but concerns over privacy have been raised. When coronavirus was first reported, it was said that the disease appeared to have come from a wet market in Wuhan. Jen Palmer, ND, Director of Education for Charlotte’s Web shares ways to take back control in unpredictable situations. U.S. health officials are urging the public to use cloth masks when going out in public and reserve medical-grade masks for frontline healthcare workers and medical first responders.