Brazil prohibits the entry of foreigners from India

Brazilian authorities temporarily banned passengers from India from entering the country. Meanwhile, Venezuela approved the Sputnik Light vaccine, with a single application dose. In other news, four Latin American countries have vaccinated less than 1% of their population. More than a year after the Covid-19 outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, … Read more

PAHO warned of the “urgent” need for more vaccines for Latin America

Faced with the new peak of transmission of the coronavirus in the region, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) warned about the possible health collapse in several countries and demanded a greater arrival of vaccines through the COVAX mechanism and donations. Meanwhile, 150,000 doses of the Russian drug Sputnik V have arrived in India, minimal … Read more

Telefónica and Hispasat join forces in pay TV in Latin America | Companies

Media Networks Latin America, a Telefónica Group company, has reached an agreement with Hispasat to transfer to this company the operation of its business dedicated to the management and transport of satellite signals. In a statement, the company explains that, under the terms of the agreement, Telefónica’s operators in Latin America will continue to provide … Read more

The US will allow vaccinated people to remove their mask outdoors

The US health authorities stated that fully vaccinated people can remove the mask in the open air, except when they are in crowds. At the same time, they warn that the use of the mask will continue to be necessary indoors until mass vaccination is achieved. In other news, while Brazil closed the door to … Read more

Spain to donate 7.5 million doses of anticovid vaccines to Latin America

The Spanish president is committed to launching this initiative when the 25 million vaccinated Spaniards are reached The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, has pledged this Wednesday to donate this year to Ibero-American countries 7.5 million doses of vaccines against him covid-19. This has been the response to the clamor expressed by all … Read more

The distribution of vaccines focuses the debate at the Ibero-American Summit

First modification: 22/04/2021 – 01:13 The XXVII Ibero-American Summit held this Wednesday in the Principality of Andorra in a blended way, was marked by the debate around the inequality in the distribution of vaccines against Covid-19. The migratory crisis that takes place on the Colombian-Venezuelan border was another of the great topics of discussion. The … Read more

Nayib Bukele announces vaccination of journalists in El Salvador | Coronavirus | DW

The President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, announced this Sunday (04/18/2021) that those who practice journalism or work in the media will receive the COVID-19 vaccine as of April 20. “We will vaccinate all journalists starting this Tuesday,” the president published in Twitter and noted that “all communicators can make their appointment now” on an … Read more

Seven doctors in Peru are infected after being vaccinated and before the period of effectiveness

Three of them only had a single dose and none had completed the time required for the vaccine to reach its levels of effectiveness. Health authorities insist that the advantage of inoculation is that it will prevent the disease from worsening. In France, the beginning of the third lockdown coincides with the reduction in expectations … Read more

Ikea opens its first physical store in Mexico and the second in Latin America; invests 74 million dollars

In Latin America, Ikea only had physical stores in the Dominican Republic, however in 2019 it announced its arrival in the Mexican capital, with an investment of around 1.5 billion pesos. SEE MORE When does the first Ikea store open in the east of CdMx? Finally there is a date! April 8 Mexico City, April … Read more

Latin America celebrates 100 days of vaccination amid a rebound in Covid-19

100 days ago vaccination against the coronavirus began in the first Latin American countries, and now many of the nations suffer from the third wave of the pandemic. The immunization process in Latin America is one of the slowest on the planet. The exception is Chile, which, however, has been forced to close borders due … Read more