Mexico: Employment Still not Reversing the Fall of 2020

According to INEGI figures, the labor market of Mexico has recovered 95% of the jobs lost due to COVID-19. The number of employed persons in Mexico increased for the fifth…

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Cuba: Anger that Draws its Sap from the Economic Slump

In Cuba, anger has been on the streets since Sunday, despite the crackdown. The island and the Cuban regime had not seen demonstrations of such magnitude since 1994. At that…

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Vaccinated Europeans will be Able to Enter France Without PCR Test

From June 9, Europeans vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to enter France, without having to present proof of a negative PCR test, French Minister of Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari announced…

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France will Receive Fewer Doses of Covid-19 Vaccine than expected in June

France expects about 28 million doses of vaccine received during the month of June, less than the 32 million expected according to the latest forecasts.  A drop in deliveries of…

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Venezuela, Argentina and Ecuador, which Also Lost investment Grade

Colombia, which recently lost investment grade at Standard & Poor‘s, joins the list of Latin American countries with a low grade The economic crisis unleashed by the covid-19 pandemic, plus…

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Coping with Covid -19 Stress

The COVID-19 epidemic has had a major impact on our lives. Many of us are faced with various challenges that can make adults and children feel unbearably stressed and can…

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Covid-19 Test Results Within Two Hours

Since January 2021, SEASUN BIOMATERIALS ‘AQ-TOP Plus has been used to detect Covid-19 at the Cubid-19 Testing Center established at Incheon International Airport (ICN). Test results are reported within two…

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COVID-19 Killed Fashion Designer Albert Elbaz

Moroccan-dressed Israeli fashion designer Albert Elbaz, who headed the Lanven fashion house for 14 years until 2015, has died at the age of 59.   View this post on Instagram…

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Study: Sunlight is Associated with a Reduction in COVID-19 mortality But not Because of Vitamin D

Recently, researchers from the University of Edinburgh compared all recorded COVID-19 deaths in the continental United States from January to April 2020 with the UV levels of 2,474 counties in…

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Warning: Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions may be The Second Largest Increase in History

The International Energy Agency (IEA) released the Global Energy Review report on Tuesday (April 20), it pointed out that in 2021, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are expected to surge…

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Infection could Affect Men’s Fertility

A study carried out by Spanish midwives suggests that COVID-19 could affect fertility, especially in men. The reason would be in the role that an enzyme plays (the angiotensin-converting enzyme…

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Childhood Vaccination The Next Step in The Fight Against Covid-19

YOUTH Moderna has announced a study on the effects of its vaccine on children and even very young children. Because they are not yet fully developed, clinical trials in children…

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