“Dinamo Kiev is an annoying opponent who doesn’t necessarily want to play football” | Europa League

Dinamo Kiev ended up in the Europa League, just like Club Brugge, via the group stage of the Champions League. Although the world could have been different for Club if De Ketelaere’s shot against Lazio had not been hit under the crossbar. “We should never reduce a campaign to one phase”, says Peter Vandenbempt. “The … Read more

Formula 1 | Zak Brown wants to cap pilots’ salaries … but not necessarily his

In order to cut costs and bring performance closer between teams, capped budgets come into effect from 2021 ($ 145 million today, $ 135 million in 2023). However, they still have many exceptions (marketing, power unit, salaries of pilots and top managers). To go further, the idea of ​​setting up a salary cap for pilots … Read more

How covid-19 will generate the largest global public debt in history (and why it is not necessarily a bad thing)

Drafting BBC World News 1 hour Image source, iStock Caption, Governments have invested some US $ 12 trillion worldwide to “cushion the blow” from COVID-19. Countries around the world have applied different strategies to combat the coronavirus pandemic, but almost all have done something in common: increase their public spending to face the health crisis. … Read more

WHO: appearance of new Covid-19 outbreaks is not necessarily a second wave

The appearance of new sources of COVID-19 contagion, such as the one recently detected in a large wholesale market in Beijing, does not necessarily mean that the pandemic is already entering a second wave, experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) stressed today. ). “Sometimes there are sporadic cases that, when investigated, lead to new … Read more

For Marc Van Ranst, the worst is not necessarily behind us: “It can be even more serious in autumn and winter”

For Marc Van Ranst, apart from nursing homes, the epidemic has been well managed. What conclusions do you draw from the way in which our country has managed the epidemic? “You have to distinguish between how the hospitals responded, therefore the crisis in the general population, and how we managed that in the nursing homes. … Read more

Coronavirus: the immunity of those cured is not necessarily effective over time

CORONAVIRUS – Beware of excess enthusiasm. The publication, Wednesday, August 19, of a study that demonstrates the effectiveness of antibodies against Covid-19 However, there is something to reassure: the members of the crew of a Seattle fishing boat where the coronavirus was rife were not re-infected once brought back into contact with the disease. This … Read more

Coronavirus: the immunity of those cured is not necessarily effective over time

CORONAVIRUS – Beware of excess enthusiasm. The publication, Wednesday, August 19, of a study that demonstrates the effectiveness of antibodies against Covid-19 However, there is something to reassure: the members of the crew of a Seattle fishing boat where the coronavirus was rife were not re-infected once brought back into contact with the disease. This … Read more

the immunity of the cured is not necessarily effective over time

This study of Washington State University and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, if it involves a very small number of patients, reassured part of the scientific community. Because if we knew that the coronavirus caused an antibody reaction, it was difficult to demonstrate that this reaction was sufficient to induce immunity. At … Read more

Chest pain is not necessarily a heart attack, it could be the cause

Photo ilustrasi. – Is / Freepik Harianjogja.com, JAKARTA– Chest pain is often associated with a heart attack. In fact, chest pain can be caused by several factors. However, in most cases this chest pain is not caused by a heart problem. Compiled from the UK NHS and Docdoc, here are five possible causes of chest … Read more

Cured patients do not necessarily have immunity

Photo d’illustration / DR. Some patients who have been infected with the new coronavirus have developed antibodies in their blood. But this immune response does not protect these people in the long term or spare them from a new infection. In this sense, the World Health Organization (WHO) specifies that there is “no proof”. For … Read more