Outbreaks of COVID threaten the Mexican economy at the end of the year …

“The risks for the end of the year is the issue of the pandemic; to what level it will climb, nobody knows. In that sense, how severe the confinement is going to be, there is a perception that it could have even been before, but due to the Good End issue it was not carried … Read more

27 veterans die in Illinois household COVID outbreak

State authorities in Illinois are investigating a coronavirus outbreak at a rural home for military veterans in which 200 residents and employees have been infected and 27 veterans have died. State Governor JB Pritzker’s office and the state Department of Veterans Affairs are trying to determine what caused the outbreak at the LaSalle Veterans Home … Read more

Turkey will have its COVID vaccine ready in April; could be available to “all mankind”

© However turkish-vaccine Erdogan recalled that at the weekend, in his message to the G20 summit, he had already insisted that studies to develop vaccines against COVID “should not be sacrificed for political and commercial ambitions but rather be the heritage of humanity.” © However befunky-collage-49 SEE MORE What are the most requested COVID-19 vaccines … Read more

60 recruits infected with COVID in South Korea

SEOUL (AP) – Sixty recruits at a South Korean training camp have tested positive for the coronavirus, the largest focus of the military. The Defense Ministry reported Wednesday that they were undergoing basic training at a military unit in Yeoncheon, near the border with North Korea, at the start of 18 months of mandatory military … Read more

Free Covid Testing in Sonoma County

The County offers mobile testing for people in the neighborhoods hardest hit by COVID-19. The quotes for these sites are now available online. Watch this short video in Spanish to see how quick and easy it is to schedule your COVID-19 test online. Go to https://sonomacounty.fullslate.com to schedule your appointment.

COVID: Risk of contagion on surfaces is relative | World

NEW YORK (AP) – Wet towels are in short supply on store shelves, and businesses are tightening sanitary measures to reassure customers. In New York, the subway stops running at night to be disinfected. To avoid any traces of the coronavirus lurking on surfaces, people wipe grocery containers, wear surgical gloves when going outside, and … Read more

Johnson urges “collective remedies” against COVID

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference next year, urges the world’s rulers to tap into the resources of the richest nations to end the pandemic and address change. climate LONDON (AP) _ British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference next … Read more

In the US, COVID infections and unemployment benefit applications increase

Record growth in the third quarter Unemployment claims fell from a record 6.867 million in March as around 80% of people laid off temporarily in March and April were hired again, accounting for most of the rebound in job growth in recent years. six months. That improvement, which spread to the wider economy thanks to … Read more

333 cases and 5 deaths from covid

The new contagions of coronavirus registered in Aragon This Tuesday they reached 333, 86 more than the previous day, and 5 deaths have been reported, according to provisional data published this Wednesday in the Transparency Portal of the Government of Aragon. Of the total of new infections, the highest number continues to be reached by … Read more

Boris Johnson: Don’t Worry Kids, COVID Won’t Stop Santa Claus

LONDON, Nov 25 (Reuters) – The COVID-19 pandemic will not stop Santa Claus from delivering his gifts, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a letter published Wednesday, citing medical experts who said there are no health risks. for children if they follow the rules. Johnson offered guarantees to an 8-year-old named Monti, who had … Read more