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Health reports that 32 people have suffered Guillain-Barré syndrome due to the Astrazeneca vaccine
The Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS), dependent on the Ministry of Health, has reported that the Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) as a very rare possible adverse reaction associated with vaccination with ‘Vaxzevria’, AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine.
Health notifies 103 deaths while the incidence falls 15 points
The Ministry of Health has registered this Monday, with data provided by the autonomous communities, 7,804 new cases of coronavirus, of the 697 that have been diagnosed in the last 24 hours, compared to the 1,940 recorded on Friday, which raises 4,915,265 the total number of people infected with Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Armengol humiliates the IB-Salut and orders to reopen the case of the doctor who spoke in Spanish
The Catalan crisis it does not end within the Balearic Government. After the Health Service (IB-Salut) closed the investigation inside and exonerated the doctor from the Son Pisà de Palma health center accused of committing a “linguistic aggression” against a 79-year-old patient for speaking to her in Castilian, President Francina Armengol forced the health department to reopen the case on Monday. In this way, the socialist took a position on the side of her nationalist partners in Més, disavowing the Ministry of Health led by her party colleagues and pillorying the CEO, Juli Fuster, whose position is now in solfa.
The world sets a new record for environmental activists killed in 2020
A record number of activists who worked to protect the environment and land rights were assassinated last year, according to the latest Global Witness report. A total of 227 people died worldwide in 2020 while trying to protect forests, rivers and other ecosystems on which their livelihoods depended, the highest number on record for the second year in a row. The violent appropriation of resources in the global southHe continued unabated despite the pandemic.
Pope seals fraternal friendship with Jews at Bratislava Holocaust memorial
In one of the scenes of the greatest crime in the history of mankind, Pope Francis and the Slovak Jewish community have signed a pact of fraternal friendship on Monday in the name of God. At the foot of grim holocaust memorial, built on the site of the synagogue emptied by the Nazi persecution and destroyed in 1969 by the communist government, the voice of one of the last survivors was also raised.
Judicial siege to the Constitutional Court for not resolving the appeal on the abortion law
Eleven years later, the appeal of the Popular Party against the abortion law approved by the socialist government in 2010 has become the oldest case unsolved in the Constitutional Court (TC). Several pro-life associations have decided to denounce this “silence” before the Supreme Court. The last to do so was this Monday HazteOir.