COVID-19 | November 19 News of the second wave: cases, measures and restrictions of Covid-19
L a global coronavirus pandemic exceeds 1.3 million deaths worldwide according to University benchmark count Johns Hopkins. The number of infected reaches more than 53.7 million.
The Ministry of Health reported this Wednesday that COVID-19 has already left 42,039 dead and that there are 1,525,341 cases diagnosed in Spain since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The University of Cardiff has published the study 'The virucidal efficacy of the components of the mouthwash against SARS -CoV-2 in vitro 'in which he reports that a mouthwash with mouthwash compounds with a minimum of 0.07% ketypyridinium chloride (CPC) could kill the coronavirus in 30 seconds.
"This study is very encouraging and a very positive step, but we still have to do more research to be sure. We need to understand if the effects achieved in the laboratory also occur in humans," explained Dr. David Thomas, director of the study, in the newspaper 'The Independent'.
The Netherlands Cup will continue this season without the amateur clubs classified so far because the Government maintains the veto on non-professional football matches , a measure to stop coronavirus infections. "The 26 amateur clubs that were still in the Cup will receive financial compensation and will be admitted to the tournament for the 2020/21 season," announced the Royal Netherlands Football Federation in a statement.
The medical magazine ' The Lancet 'publishes that the second phase of clinical testing of the coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford in collaboration with AstraZeneca shows that it is safe in healthy older people and elicits an immune response. Researchers have successfully tested the preparation called ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 in an experiment with 560 healthy adults, including 240 over 70 years of age.
Joe Biden blames Donald Trump, who still does not acknowledge his electoral defeat , of the delays that are occurring in the United States in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. "Soon we are going to be weeks and months behind," declared Biden in an interview on CNN.
The president of the Mexican American Football Federation (FMFA), Jos Jorge Orobio Rosas, died this Wednesday at 69 years, informed the governing body of this sport in the country in its social networks.
"The Mexican Federation of American Football regrets and joins the family's pain for the sensitive death of José Jorge Orobio Rosas", The FMFA lamented on its Twitter account.
Although the Federation did not reveal the cause of death, different local media reported that Orobio died of complications from covid-19.
The Spanish brand of Estrella Galicia beer announced the end of the sponsorship contract that it had since September 2016 with the Brazilian Corinthians club due to the impacts of the new coronavirus pandemic. "Estrella Galicia is grateful for the support of the fans, directors, players and workers who were part of this incredible and historic association," said Fbio Rodrigues, director of Estrella Galicia in Latin America, in a joint note with Corinthians.
Knowing in less than five minutes whether or not we are positive for coronavirus has meant a 'small' revolution in diagnostic protocols for the pandemic. So much so that the Community of Madrid, Murcia and Catalonia propose to be able to carry out antigen tests that allow it directly in pharmacies, in order to decongest health care. However, the Government does not give its approval, at least for the moment, and experts warn of the false negatives they generate. ( All the information in the newspaper 'El Mundo' ) .
The Canadian basketball team will not be able to compete in the qualifier for the AmeriCup 2022, which will be held this month in the Dominican Republic, due to travel restrictions imposed by the government of his country due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As announced by the Dominican Basketball Federation ( Fedombal), by revealing the content of a communication that, in that sense, he received from the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Europe is at risk of an "accelerated spread" of resistance to antibiotics, due to the inappropriate use of these drugs, which has been aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic.
"Antibiotics save lives and we must ensure their effectiveness during l as long as possible. Some seriously ill patients with Covid-19 also have bacterial co-infections and need antibiotics to survive. Especially now in the pandemic, it is important that clear guidelines are established to prevent the inappropriate use of antibiotics ", explained, Nino Berdzuli director of the Division of National Health Programs of the WHO / Europe.
The priest Livio Fanzaga, director of Radio Mara in Italy surprised by saying during the program 'Christian reading of chronicle and history' that the coronavirus is "a criminal project of the world elites with the complicity of the states" to "turn us into zombies" .
"I tell you how I see this. I have broadened my knowledge and broadened my horizons: this coronavirus epidemic is a very specific project to hit the West. I have always attributed it to the devil, who acts through men and therefore criminal minds who have achieved it with a very specific purpose: to create an abrupt transition to carry out a kind of medical coup, "said Fanzaga in a speech. statements that are going around the world.
The Ministry of Health has included the scientific evidence that points to aerosols as a transmission route of the coronavirus and has established that the risk increases by closed and crowded environments especially poorly ventilated, and with activities such as exercise, talking loudly, shouting or singing.
Maria Van Kerkhove, head of emerging diseases and zoonoses at the World Organization for Health has expressed that security measures must be maintained to prevent coronavirus infections: "They are no longer those large family gatherings, but small meetings in houses where the ge nte ".