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The virus

This is a long read but please, you have all the time in the world. Before you catch the VIRUS read this:

This is a long read but please, you have all the time in the world. Before you catch the VIRUS read this: Are you scared yet? They say this thing it… Kills your immune system, attacks your lungs, makes it hard to breathe and it’s spreading… Spreading like wildfire causing havoc. Your friends and family are gonna get it if they don’t already have it. It’s tragic I tell you, madness! Scientists say old people get it worse. Most get it eventually and they say this is new, but no, no, NO! This has been around for centuries. Look at history, it’s just a different name, a different strain and now there’s no way to contain it. Everyone is on edge, locked inside of their homes, nervously. Borders are closed countries declare state of emergencies, grocery stores are empty, nobody’s praying in church. The world has gone to crap! No wonder toilet paper sold out first. The stock market crashed, thousands laid off work, hand sanitizer is going for a million dollars a squirt. You better not sneeze ‘cos no one’s gonna say God bless you, they might even arrest you. I don’t mean to stress you, but washing your hands obsessively in the restroom will not protect you. Friends, I’m not talking about Coronavirus. No, this… Is a virus even more deadly. The F-VIRUS. You’ve seen it. It spreads every minute, like an epidemic. It lives on surfaces most commonly used by us, smartphones and tvs. Doctors say every time you interact with it it invades the brain and when it mutates it turns into hatred and blame. China did it, no it was Italy, Iran or was it Spain? Didn’t I make it clear? The f virus ladies and gentlemen is FEAR. But don’t be afraid, despite what you hear or see on your tv there is good news. During this tragedy to fight loneliness people are performing concerts on their balconies. The UAE sent aid to Iran, Japan donated supplies to China for free. They written on them a poem that said “we are waves from the same sea”. Like every tragedy we can let this destroy us or we can use it to our benefit and repair relationships with our sisters and brothers. Wipe away silly grudges because when it’s all said and done all we ever really had in this world is EACH OTHER. Let’s flatten the curve and expand our hearts. Let social distance boost our immune systems. Be mindful of where we put our hands but also where we put our attention. Be alert not fearful because the f virus is a pandemic easily transmitted if you contract or exhibit symptoms. We recommend immediately dialing the hotline… Of a level-headed friend. If you are exposed through your tv change the damn station. Decontaminate yourself through dance, laughter and meditation. 2020 has been morbid, from Kobe to Covid. But we can use these tragic moments to finally wake up to what’s important. Right now, tell someone that you care for them. Yes, right now tell them that you cherish them if they are not in the same room. Ring them up and tell them that you will always be there for them. Because together is how we will rise above. The only vaccine for this f virus and every other virus is LOVE. #STAYHOME #STAYSAFE AND DON’T PANIC!

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Ultra Music Festival in Miami has officially been cancelled.

After meeting with Miami city officials earlier today amid the coronavirus outbreak, the festival has made the decision to cancel its 2020 flagship event. This will be the first time since the festival’s inception in 1999 that it will not go on as planned.

According to the Miami Herald, “City officials have yet to announce details of the change because attorneys are ironing out the legal issues tied to the decision, including the length of the delay, sources said.”

Last year the festival was forced to Virginia Key after Miami officials voted against renewing Ultra’s contract at Bayfront Park. Ultra was voted back this year, to the delight of tens of thousands of fans. The lineup included many of the festival’s heaviest hitters, with the exception of Tiësto who wasn’t on the lineup for the first time since 2006. Subtronics, Kayzo, Fisher, Charlotte de Witte, The Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, and more were all scheduled to perform.