The third wave will double waiting lists and delay the diagnosis of tumors for up to six months

As if it were a huge tsunami, the coronavirus once again engulfs all the resources of hospitals and health centers. Deferred operations, tests suspended and dedicated physicians in body and soul to the pandemic. The situation is once again a carbon copy of what happened in March and professionals already warn that it will translate … Read more

Restrictions to curb new strains move the economy away from recovery | Economy

The third wave of the coronavirus is spreading across Europe at a frantic pace, driven by the new South African and British variants, already detected in a good number of countries. Non-essential businesses and activities closed, home confinement, curfew … faced with this situation, with countries like the United Kingdom and Germany at the worst … Read more

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The storm is the prelude to a cold wave with a minimum of -10º

The storm is the prelude to a cold wave with a minimum of -10º The storm Filomena that yesterday left Teruel, Zaragoza, Tarragona, Castelló and Valencia on a red notice for extreme risk, is the prelude to a cold wave that will last until next Thursday, with a minimum of -10ºC, according to the special … Read more

The head of coronavirus at Hospital del Mar in Barcelona warns of a “fourth and a fifth wave”

The head of the unit against the coronavirus of the Hospital del Mar in Barcelona, ​​Roberto Güerri, has predicted that both the State and Catalonia could experience a fourth, and even a fifth wave at least if better management of vaccines is not done. Speaking to RAC 1, Güerri has been very critical of the … Read more

IRU warns of a possible wave of bankruptcies of transport companies

The International Transport Organization (IRU), an organization of which the CETM is part, has carried out a study to analyze the impact of Covid-19 on road transport. The results warn of a possible wave of bankruptcies of transport companies that would take place in the next year. According to the International Transport Organization, transport operators … Read more

Twelve cookbooks worth giving away

The third scarf. The fifth socks. The twenty-eighth colony. Are we sure we want to indulge in gifts every Christmas, or end up buying absurd things out of sheer desperation? Without underestimating the usefulness of the sexy squjamas with which you gave your partner or the essential scissors to cut quail eggs that your in-laws … Read more

More than 45,000 people died from COVID in the first wave of the pandemic in Spain

Between January and May 2020, 45,684 people died from COVID-19 in Spain. Almost 9 months after the start of the pandemic, the National Institute of Statistics (INE), advances the publication of death statistics due to death in Spain. The statistics, made from the medical death certificates, confirm that the death figures in Spain derived from … Read more

Spanish schools resist while closing schools in Denmark and Sweden | Society

Two weeks before the Christmas holidays, Spanish schools and institutes have resisted the onslaught of the second wave, while this week we see how countries such as Denmark or Sweden decree the closure of their institutes, until after Christmas. Javier Mozo, Argentine journalist from America TV, Javier Mozo, wondered: “Why and how in Spain are … Read more

“Perfect storm” in residences in the first wave: 20,268 dead

Madrid, Dec 3 (EFE) .- The nursing homes for the elderly and people with disabilities suffered a “perfect storm” in the first wave of the pandemic: 10,364 deaths with a positive test for covid-19 and 9,904 with “symptoms compatible “. The report prepared by the Secretary of State for Social Rights and the departments of … Read more