COVID-19 | November 20 News of the second wave: cases, measures and restrictions of Covid-19
T he global coronavirus pandemic exceeds 1.3 million deaths worldwide, according to the Johns Hopkins University baseline count. The number of infected rises to more than 53.7 million.
The Ministry of Health reported this Thursday that COVID-19 has already left 42,291 dead and that there are 1,541,574 cases diagnosed in Spain since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
? Ministry of Health (@sanidadgob) November 19, 2020
Uruguayan Darwin Nez and German Julian Weigl tested positive for covid-19 and will be discharged with Benfica for the match of this Saturday of the Portuguese Cup against Paredes, informed the club.
Nez was part of the concentration of the Uruguayan national team, where in recent days more than a dozen positives have been detected among players and other members of the delegation.
The newspaper 'El Mundo' reports that the World Health Organization has recommended that physicians not include the antiviral drug remdesivir in the treatment of patients with Covid-19, regardless of its severity. The directive is part of the latest update of the guide that WHO regularly publishes to guide medical personnel in the latest pandemic, and the latest update appears in the British Medical Journal.
The RETAbet Bilbao Basket player who has tested positive for COVD-19 is the Swedish international point guard Ludde Hakanson, who has joined a first positive in the Basque club of a person in the work dynamics of the first team but not He is a player.
As a result of this situation in the Biscayan team, the ACB has delayed the Endesa League match that was to be played this Saturday, day 21, in Seville between Coosur Real Betis and RETAbet Bilbao Basket.
Sonia Patridge a 35-year-old woman and mother of 13 children, died of coronavirus in North Tees University Hospital. The Stockton-On-Tees (UK) woman's death occurred the same week that she and her partner Kerry Ann received an eviction order.
"She was very tired, so she decided to remove the mask with which they were administering oxygen and, since then, she died very quickly," explained Kerry Ann in 'The Mirror '.
The Uruguayan National midfielder Gabriel Neves tested positive for covid-19 this Thursday, sources from the Montevideo club confirmed to Efe, bringing the number of Celeste members with the disease to 14. Subsequently, the tricolor club published on its official Twitter account that "the player is asymptomatic and is in perfect condition complying with the corresponding isolation."
Dr. Elvis Garca, professor at Harvard University, warns in an interview on Cadena SER about the danger of a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic: "I'm afraid we are going in that direction. Now the figures are being contained and, with a bit of luck, we will arrive in mid-December with numbers somewhat more optimistic. And what will that make people relax, that the hoteliers press to open, etc. I understand that everyone has their own circumstances, but it would encourage people to spend quieter parties, at home, avoiding the crowds ".
On the possibility of saving Christmas Elvis García thinks that everything depends on" the number of deaths that we are willing to assume for going shopping and partying ".
One dryer that ends the coronavirus almost 100%? The home appliance brand Beko has launched in Spain the the first appliance that combines heat and ultraviolet light to eliminate 99% of bacteria and viruses from clothing.
This The dryer is the first of the seven 'anti-covid' appliances that Beko will bring to the market, together with an oven, a dishwasher, a washing machine, a 'washer-dryer', a refrigerator and a sanitizing cabin, according to the officials of the Turkish company. during the presentation of this new range of products.
The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Daz Ayuso, announced the arrival of the Covid card last July without success but now it seems that it has arrived your moment. The Madrid regional government will "soon" implement the Covid-19 primer which will include the clinical history of each patient on PCR, serological tests and antigen tests.
The president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, has accused the Government of Pedro Sánchez through social networks of hiding the death of 10,000 Spaniards in the second wave, alluding to the excess mortality registered by the National Institute of Statistics since the last July. The deaths collected by the Ministry of Health in its official statistics only include confirmed cases of coronavirus through a diagnostic test.
The Government refuses to recognize 30,000 deaths from Covid. According to the INE, there are already 71,000 in total, although Sánchez only considers 41,000.
And in the second wave, 23,000 Spaniards have already died, although they hide 10,000 of them.
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? Pablo Casado Blanco (@pablocasado_) November 19, 2020
The vice president of the Executive Committee of Johnson & Johnson, Joaqun Duato, announced that his vaccine will not have a price higher than 8.4 euros (10 dollars) and that it hopes to have it by the second half of 2021. Spain, which participates in the phase 3 trials of the pharmaceutical company Janssen, belonging to the American multinational, will not be an exception, as pointed out during a conference in the Sectorial Meeting of the Health Sector, organized by IESE Business School, with the collaboration of the consulting firm McKinsey & Company.