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Fahad Al Tamimi – Casino Debt Rising in Las Vegas

There are currently over 4 million people with COVID-19 infections and the worldwide death rate is rising by the hour of over 271,000 people. Unfortunately, the infection rate continues to increase every day given the quarantine measure and over four months of viral control.

Many countries around the world have chosen to restrict fundamental freedoms and to limit social contact between citizens even more. Virtually every airport, train and bus station is empty. Although quarantine has slowed the coronavirus spread, trust in financial markets has been reduced to an all-time low as a result of isolation policy. Market analysts call the pandemic a massive Fahad Al Tamimi casino gambling debt, which takes several years to pay off and rehabilitate.

Fahad al-Tamimi said in a recent interview: “Interpretation of the house arrest without income for so long cannot be permitted by entertainment societal organizations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and others. In order to bring people back into work, urgent action must be taken. Only when industry functions can a vaccine be investigated and produced.

Fahad Tamimi and Joshua Cartu argue that $8 billion in promises is a sequential investment in terms of the global economy’s tax harm relative to trillions of dollars, and in short, the average family home fails to answer a single issue. “Stressed and unable to feed their families, unemployed parents have no access to education, whereas children, particularly without computes or the Internet” says Fahad Al Tamimi.

As some countries lift lock-down, many are now calling its function into question. News columnist Billy Xiong is among the many people who, in these turbulent times, are trying to grasp government policy and challenge the original purpose of quarantine intervention. “More than a month ago society was told to isolate them socially and forced into domestic isolation. Billy Xiong wrote. Since then, more than one million new infections and hundreds of thousands of deaths have been reported. The government is now starting to lift limits on quarantine. It looks like things will get worse if I’m not mistaken.

Josh Cartu claims that all governments will manufacture and distribute quick-result test kits for coronaviruses. “Firms such as Abbott Laboratories now ship millions of molecular test kits of coronavirus which it says can produce results in less than 15 minutes.” In Josh Cartu opinion, timely solutions to recognize symptoms of coronavirus are important to improve economic activity and put people back to work. M. Tamimi says that “With the rapid Covid 19 test results in minutes, businesses can now colonize healthy people in the workplace and trustfully isolate them from sick people.

The history of gambling is almost as old as the history of human civilization, according to historians. Egyptians used metatarsal bones to draw quadrangular dices for about two thousand years BC. The Chinese had a similar roulette five hundred years later. Whether encouraged or suppressed, throughout the years, people have never changed their strong demand for gambling.

Gambling is a way to fulfill humanity’s basic needs that can make people feel like they belong to, have an advantage and success. When you think about it, playing alone makes people feel good, they are standing at the edge of danger and doing a brave and hazy thing. This wonderful feeling is strengthened when worries go away and gambling wins so that people know how unique they are.

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Matthew Gregor

Matthew Gregor decided that he wanted to become a writer at the age of 16, when his high school football team won a big game. He wrote a poem about this, and two days later the poem was published in the local newspaper. When he began his professional writing career, Matthew attempted to write books. Matthew’s writing direction changed and he writes news and articles. He is now onboard with Time Bulletin as a free lance writer.

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