How does the economy work in a health crisis?

Let’s imagine a night in Las Vegas, it sounds fun but very risky despite being a great expert, why? Simple, you don’t know if you are going to win or lose, it is a risk that you certainly have to take; In the economy it is the same, everything is about throwing a dice in … Read more

Trump’s eldest son urges his father to go to “all out war”

The eldest son of the US president urged his father, in a tweet tagged by Twitter, to “go to all-out war” against “all fraud” of the electoral process. The eldest son of the US president, Donald Trump Jr., through a message published on Thursday on his Twitter account added fuel to the already tense vote … Read more

Trump rallies left 30,000 infected and 700 deaths from COVID-19

30,000 new infections and 700 deaths is the balance of the negligence of Trump’s electoral campaign team in their tours of various parts of the United States. The intense electoral campaign of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, for his re-election throughout the country has had disastrous consequences, such as the increase in … Read more

UK government received alert about second “deadliest” wave of Covid-19

The outbreak includes alerts about its consequences in one of the European powers. The UK government received a report that warns about the effects of the second wave of the Covid-19 coronavirus. According to the text, a greater amount of loss of life is expected due to the effects of the pandemic. The Scientific Advisory … Read more

Health crisis: Three EPS exceed 8,000% of drug recovery

He Comptroller General, Carlos Felipe Córdoba, warned about a series of irregular situations that are affecting the Health System and to which attention should be paid, starting with the recovery of medicines that exceed up to 8,000% the maximum price allowed. The agency noted that There are three EPS that account for 60% of the … Read more

WHO says coronavirus models help countries plan ahead

RELATED VIDEO – WHO warns that the use of an “immunity passport” could spread the pandemic (00:49) Maria Van Kerkhove, technical leader of the World Health Organization (WHO) on COVID-19, said that the coronavirus models that predict the rise and fall of the number of infections help countries to plan and prepare in advance. Van … Read more

“We have not talked about an immunity card”

This Sunday, Ministry of Health made a new balance on the advance of the coronavirus in the country, reporting 473 positive cases in the last 24 hours. With this figure, the total of those infected by COVID-19 in the country increased to 13,311. Of them, 415 are in the intensive care unit, of which 319 … Read more

Bolsonaro says WHO “exaggerates” about the pandemic and calls to reopen the economy

He Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, insisted on Monday that the global reaction to the new coronavirus pandemic was exaggerated and defended an acceleration of the process of reopening the shops and the resumption of activities suspended due to social distancing measures. “I ask the governors and mayors of Brazil, obviously with responsibility, to begin to … Read more

World leaders engage with WHO in plan to curb COVID-19: US is not there

RELATED VIDEO – Doctor is surprised with an emotional tribute from neighbors (04:43) World leaders pledged on Friday to accelerate work to have COVID-19 tests, drugs and vaccines and share them around the world, But the United States did not participate in the launch of the initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO). The French … Read more

WHO does not expect mass vaccinations against COVID-19 until mid-2021

(EFE) – The World Health Organization (WHO) said today that it is most likely that have to wait until mid-2021 for mass vaccinations against COVID-19. “In realistic terms, we don’t expect to see mass vaccinations until the middle of next year“, Said today to the press the spokeswoman of the organization, Margaret Harris. Harris specified … Read more