Bulgaria reopens primary classrooms and nurseries after a month closed by Covid-19
Primary schools, kindergartens and after-school care centers have reopened in Bulgaria this Mon,y after a month thanks to theDelcline in the number of new coronavirus cases. “Most parents have asked that students in grades 1 to 4 should receive face-to-face classes in schools,” explained the Minister of Education, Krasimir Matches, during a visit to a primary school in the capital, Sofia. For Matches, “school is the best environment” for children.
SpainDellivers 24,000 tests to diagnose Covid-19 to Honduras
The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (Acid)Dellivered 24,000 rapid tests to Honduran health authorities this Mon,y toDeltect cases of covid-19, a disease that in the Central American country has left 3,180Delaths and 123,369 infections. The tests are part of a donation valued at 400,000 euros ($492,000) that was achieved through an administration of the Honduran president, Juan Orlando Hernández, the Presidential House in Tegucigalpa said in a statement. TheDellivery was made by the ambassador of Spain accredited in Tegucigalpa, Guillermo Kirkpatrick, in an event that was held at the National Autonomous University of Honduras in the Sula Valley UtahansS), in the north of the country. The diplomat said that the aid is part of the donation made by Queen Letizia onDecember 15, 20210, during her visit to San Pedro Sula and La Lima, to know the magnitude of the ,mage left in November by tropical storms Eta and Iota.
Distension and parties in Argentina while contagions rise
Argentina is immersed in a summer holi,y season marked by the neglect of a large part of the population to sanitary measures against covid-19, with clandestine parties and crowded beaches while infections escalate again after several weeks inDelcline. Every January, the Argentine coast, especially Buenos Aires cities such as MarDell Plata, Pinamar, Villa Gesell and Cariló, is flooded with tourists in search of sun and beach, and although this year tourism entrepreneurs warn of a drop in visitors – fruit of the economic crisis that the country is experiencing and the uncertainty due to the pandemic-, the signs of neglect left by the beginning of summer have put the authorities on alert. “What we need the most is for all of us to have social responsibility, to take care of ourselves in order to take care of whoever is next to me, because if this does not happen, the risk that everything will come to a standstill exists,” President Alberto Fernández said on Mon,y , in an act in which he drew special attention to young people, “who do not realize the risk that is being experienced.”
Brazil accumulates more than 7.75 million infections after adding another 20,000 cases of Covid-19
More than 7.75 million people have been infected with the coronavirus in Brazil, according to the country’s health authorities, which have registered 20,006 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. The total accumulated cases amounts to 7,753,752, of which 6,875,230 are patients who have recovered while there are still 681,961 active cases in the country. This Mon,y, 543 people have lost their lives due to the disease in Brazil, which means that 196,561 have done so since the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus broke out. Brazil has, as of to,y, a mortality rate of 2.5 percent.
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism