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The Saturday Squiz Quiz, 4 April 2020

Call yourself a good Squizer? See how well you were across the news this week.

1. Why is video conferencing app Zoom in trouble with authorities and high-profile users in the US?

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2. What was the purpose of an official coronavirus Kiwi website that has crashed numerous times this week?

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3. Which country now has the most COVID-19 cases in the world?

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4. One boss went viral this week after she used a filter on her team’s video call and was unable to turn it off. What did she turn herself into?

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5. Which Australian state made moves this week towards joining Victoria and WA with its own assisted dying laws?

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6. What is the age group that currently has the most confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia?

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7. What are UK engineers, who usually keep F1 racing cars on the track, designing for mass production in light of the coronavirus outbreak?

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8. What was North Korea’s Kim Jong Un accused of by South Korea when he fired two short-range ballistic missiles this week?

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9. PM Scott Morrison announced a massive package totalling $130 billion in support to help businesses and employers. What is it called?

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10. Bob Weighton, the world’s oldest man, celebrated his 112th birthday this week. Who did he say he didn’t need to hear from?

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Saturday Squiz Quiz 4 April, 2020
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