Pfizer and BioNTech to Offer COVID-19 Vaccine to Volunteers Who Received Placebo in Trials

FILE PHOTO: A woman holds a small vial labeled “COVID-19 Vaccine” in front of the Pfizer logo in this illustration taken on October 30, 2020. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic Jan 1 (Reuters) – Pfizer Inc and its partner BioNTech plan to give volunteers who received a placebo in their COVID-19 vaccine trial an option to … Read more

US lawmakers block Trump’s proposed changes to coronavirus relief bill

By Andy Sullivan, Richard Cowan File image of workers cleaning the steps of the Capitol in Washington, USA. December 16, 2020. REUTERS / Erin Scott WASHINGTON, Dec 24 (Reuters) – Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday blocked attempts to amend a $ 2.3 trillion government spending and coronavirus aid bill … Read more

The Spanish Geriatrics Society sees it safer to visit the elderly in residences than meetings at home

The president of the Spanish Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology, Jose Augusto Garcia Navarro, has explained in The Mornings of RNE with Íñigo Alfonso what The safest way to spend time with our elders during Christmas is to visit them inside the residences. The next way, although less secure, is that they leave the residences … Read more

Argentina exceeds 1.5 million COVID-19 cases

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 14 (Reuters) – Argentina said on Monday it had surpassed 1.5 million cases of coronavirus, at a time when the number of infections shows a gradual daily decline, although it hit hard on the battered domestic economy. Stock photo – Health workers honor with photographs of colleagues who died during the coronavirus … Read more

Health for all: protect all people

Key facts – In the Region of the Americas there are millions of people who cannot access comprehensive health services to achieve a healthy life and prevent disease, or receive health services when they become ill, including palliative care in the terminal phase of an illness . – The segmentation and fragmentation observed in most … Read more

Villarreal certify in Turkey their pass to the round of 32

Villarreal, with sufficiency and without pomp, achieved their classification as group winners in Turkey for the round of 32 of the Europa League in the absence of the last day. Those of Emery defeated a Sivasspor who presented himself with what he could, with a call that added only 15 footballers, reduced by the covid … Read more

Turkey passes law to divide and control the legal profession | International

Turkish lawyers protest on June 22 in front of the Çaglayan Palace of Justice (Istanbul) against the law to reform the bar associations and against the repression of the protest of their colleagues in Ankara.MURAD SEZER / Reuters The judicial system is probably the domain of the State that more reforms have undergone since Recep … Read more

US exceeds 12 million cases of COVID-19, many ignore travel warnings

Several people, some with masks, visit the esplanade in front of Rockefeller Center in New York. November 21, 2020. REUTERS / Jeenah Moon Nov 21 (Reuters) – The United States surpassed the threshold of 12 million coronavirus cases on Saturday as millions of Americans prepared to travel for Thanksgiving, ignoring warnings from health authorities seeking … Read more

Educate by digital means?

Undoubtedly the situation generated by the pandemic and by the public health protection measures taken to reduce the negative effects, is a situation to realize the essential and the dispensable of our forms of social life. The economy, education and sociality and of course health have undergone modifications, in principle to meet health protection measures. … Read more

TODAY / Oncology patients wait standing in a corridor to be treated in Itauguá

La joven Araceli Sosa estuvo siete meses en prisión y hoy fue absuelta del quíntuple crimen en la “casa del horror”. La Fiscalía analizará si apelará esta decisión de la justicia, ya que se mantiene en que la misma omitió dar aviso del asesinato cometido por Bruno Marabel. Un Tribunal de Sentencia absolvió por unanimidad … Read more