Latest news from society today Wednesday, June 30



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The incidence among young people is double the national average

The cumulative incidence among the youngest, with the best percentage of vaccinated population in their age group, is up to 15 times higher than in those over 70 years, with most of the population immunized with the full regimen.

The Prosecutor’s Office opposes the forced confinement of the students isolated by the Mallorca outbreak

The Prosecutor’s Office has opposite this Tuesday at forced confinement agreed by the Balearic Government for isolated students at the Palma Bellver hotel due to the Covid-19 outbreaks associated with end-of-year trips in Mallorca.

Concern in the Vatican about the drop in annual donations for the Pope’s charity

The dramatic drop in revenue from the Vatican Museums Due to the pandemic and the progressive reduction in donations from the Óbolo de San Pedro since 2015, they mark a picture of financial concern in the Vatican that still has no way out, according to figures provided in recent days.

‘Trans Law’: The Government appeases the Calvo-Ábalos duo in front of Montero to consummate their most ideological agenda

Nobody imagined that France would be defeated by Switzerland in the European Football Championship. Nor did anyone in the PSOE suspect that they would be the ones who would not pass the round when, just a year ago, senior organic officials launched a internal document -with the signature of, among others, the Minister of Transport, José Luis Ábalos, and the secretary of Equality of the party, Carmen Calvo- to reassure the rest that socialist acquiescence to the ‘Trans law’ such and as had been drawn up by the Ministry of Equality. The encounter (rather months of collision Y blocking included in La Moncloa) among the partners of the Government coalition on account of the draft Law for Real and Effective Equality of Trans People has won it -for the moment- Irene Montero, who has defeated rivals who neither wanted nor collect expression ‘gender self-determination’ in the norm, something that is finally in the articles.

Brussels calls for an orderly reopening of museums, cinemas and concerts in Europe

The European Commission has asked this Tuesday a orderly reopening of museums, cinemas, theaters and concerts, with the use of PCR test and the vaccination certificate, with which to achieve the recovery of the cultural and artistic sector in Europe.

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