COVID-19 | September 17 News of the outbreaks, the second wave and measures against the pandemic
AND are almost 28.8 million people infected by coronavirus worldwide according to data from John Hopkins University, while the death toll reaches 920,231, already close to one million.
The Ministry of Health reported this Wednesday that the Covid-19 has already left 30,243 dead and there are 614,360 cases diagnosed in Spain since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
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10% of patients who have suffered anosmia and ageusia due to Covid-19 still have olfactory alterations. "On March 18 I suddenly lost my smell or taste, as if I were something from aliens. I could not smell anything or taste anything. Little by little I was smelling and tasting certain things, but a month and a half ago the smell of gasoline began to look like the onion and Coca-Cola tastes like rust ", confesses to the newspaper 'El Mundo' desperate EB, 51 years old.
Antnio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations, declared that "in this 75th anniversary year, we are facing our own 1945" and considered the coronavirus pandemic "the number one threat to global security" . Guterres compared the effects of the coronavirus with those of World War II. "We have to show unity like never before to overcome today's emergency," said the UN chief.
In the newspaper 'El Mundo' the staff primary care denounces the tension that is causing the collapse in the health centers of Madrid.
Uruguay evaluates the return of the public to the football fields after the and the corresponding security protocols are approved by the Ministry of Public Health and the Honorary Scientific Advisory Group. This was informed to the press by the president of that country, Luis Lacalle Pou, who announced that, after a conversation with the National Secretary for Sports, Sebastin Bauz, "a possibility" opens up because it is an "open-air" sport.
The president of Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, Ral Martn Presa, declared this Wednesday against the South American qualification phase for the Qatar 2022 World Cup beginning in October under the usual format, which will involve the Peruvian player of the Spanish club Luis Advncula. Speaking to the program 'Las voices del ftbol' of Radio Unin de Peru, Martn Presa advocated continuing to postpone the South American qualifying round until the vaccine against COVID-19 arrives. He also proposed to later make a "bubble" like the NBA in Orlando (United States) to concentrate all the teams in one place and play the tie in an intensive format.