Latest society news for today Friday, January 28



Here, the headlines of the day where, in addition, you can find out all the news and latest news today on ABC. Everything that has happened this Friday, January 28 in the world and in Spain:

Third dose of the coronavirus vaccine: lower age and doubts rise

«I had no doubts, as soon as I heard that they approved a third dose for the elderly, I made an appointment to put it on. All the people from my fifth that I know did the same, ”says Conchita, 72, inoculated with the booster dose against Covid-19 at the end of November.

A shipping company diverts its ships for the first time to save the last sperm whales in the Mediterranean

They are great divers and have the biggest brain in the animal kingdom, but there are barely between 200 and 300 sperm whales in the eastern Mediterranean. These giant toothed whales, cataloged as endangered in the Mare Nostrum, face their disappearance stalked by marine litter, accidental fishing and, above all, collisions with boats.

Now, for the first time, a major shipping company has committed to diverting its ships from one of its critical habitats, off the Greek coast, to reduce the risk of collision with cetaceans.

Education promotes the “construction of gender” in children under 6 years of age

The Ministry of Education already has ready the project of the royal decree of minimum teachings of Early Childhood Educationl who will arrive next Tuesday at the Council of Ministers, except last minute change. The text establishes the objectives, evaluation criteria, knowledge and skills that are part of this voluntary stage of the Spanish educational system,
that affects children between 0 and 6 years old (divided into two cycles: 0-3 and 3-6)

Coronavirus: Health notifies 130,888 new cases and 176 more deaths

The Ministry of Health has notified this Thursday 130,888 new cases and 176 more deaths, according to the daily report. The total number of infections since it broke out the pandemic amounts to 9,660,208 whileAccording to Health figures, 92,767 have lost their lives to the virus.

Beatriz Cicuéndez, the scholarship collector

A Beatriz Cicuendez Salazar (Madrid, 1997), the scientific vocation runs in her family and she recognizes that she needs “to have hobbies that take her out of the laboratory because research is addictive”. Daughter of a teacher and a mathematician, and sister of a doctor in Astrophysics, she relates that she has always been “very curious to know what is behind everything, very patient and eager to work, and I think that Science is just that. ». Plus, she says, “my parents have always encouraged me to go as far as I can.”

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