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Coronavirus: Health allows donating blood 7 days after testing positive for Covid due to shortages due to the pandemic
The Ministry of Health changes the protocol and will allow those infected by Covid-19 can donate blood after 7 days from diagnosis if they are in good health, as reported this Monday in a statement. The department led by Carolian Darias makes the decision before blood shortage in hospital banks due to the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Health reports 331,467 cases and 234 deaths since Friday
The Ministry of Health has notified this Monday 331,467 new cases and 234 deaths More since last Friday.
The total number of people infected in Spain since the pandemic began now amounts to 8,424,503. In addition, according to the daily reports published by the department led by Carolina Darias, 90,993 people have lost their lives to Covid-19.
The national team will play in Barcelona again 18 years later
The Spanish team returns to Catalonia almost half a century after his last official match, although a little less than two decades ago he played the last friendly. It has taken 18 years for the national team to set foot on Catalan territory again. The chosen scenario is Cornellá, the RCD EStadium, field where Espanyol plays. The rival, Albania, and the date, next March 26. It will be a friendly in which Luis Enrique will be able to carry out different tests with a view to the final list of footballers who can be in the World Cup in Qatar. It will not be the only unusual scenario in which they will play, since three days later they will travel to La Coruña to face Iceland in Riazor. The last time Spain visited Deportivo’s stadium was thirteen years ago.
Alexia Putellas wins The Best Award and crowns a magical year
Pediatricians warn of Covid flu in class: “They will be much more exposed”
A week ago, on January 10, the classrooms of the educational centers were filled again after the Christmas break. The peak in Covid infections, caused by the Omicron variant, is also affecting teaching. The latest data published by the Ministry of Health shows that 1.19% of students at all levels are in quarantine or positive for Covid, which represents a total of 102,233 cases. On the other hand, up to 19,335 teachers were discharged because they were positive or had to quarantine, 2.6% of the total staff.
A man lives more than 80 years with a bomb from the Civil War of great power
More than 80 years it has taken a neighbor of Maella (Zaragoza) in advising of the existence of a high-powered bomb hidden at the foot of a building located in a central street of the town. The artifact is from Civil war. It fell during a bombardment of the italian aviation. It hit a corral and did not explode. Its owners left the pump there and then built, so the device was left at the foot of the building, under the concrete flooring of the ground floor. Now, who was then a 6-year-old boy, has warned of the presence of the device. He commissioned masonry works and was kind enough to warn about the bomb.
‘Hentai’, Rosalía’s first big stumble (and tantrum)
In this society of haste, impatience and teasers, every pixel published on social networks must be calculated to the millimeter, because monsters can be created by spontaneous generation. A few seconds can make or break you. we thought that Rosalía I had this under control, but the piece that you have shared of ‘Hentai’, a song from her next album, that is, a preview of a preview, has shown that the Catalan artist is still far from full digital virtue because it has cost her a real dislike.