The Government hopes that the CC AA take measures on nightlife and rules out decreeing another curfew

As the infections began to escalate among the younger population, the Government has made efforts not to adopt or recommend restrictions specifically directed at them or to launch messages that stigmatize them. However, the Interterritorial Health Council will meet this Wednesday with the obvious concern that the pandemic is overwhelmed between the 12 to 19

Direct | Communities return to perimeter confinements and the closure of nightlife due to covid-19

Spain faces another week of pandemic with the increase in infections among the younger population and its sights set on Catalonia, which faces the beginning of the July holidays with triggered indicators that account for a uncontrolled community transmission, which is already being noticed in hospitals. The increase in infections among the younger population also

DIRECT | The Government confirms the escape of a young man from the ‘covid hotel’ in Mallorca and his return later: "It was not well"

The Government delegate in the Balearic Islands, Aina Calvo, confirmed this Wednesday that of the “several” students fled from Palma after detection of ‘macrobrote’ that already adds more than 1,700 infections, one of them has escaped from the hotel where they remain in isolation “in the last hours”. This was stated in an interview on

Wimbledon’s moving ovation to Sarah Gilbert, creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine

The legendary Center Court of the London tournament honors the director of the team from the University of Oxford that developed the vaccine against Covid-19 The moving ovation to the creator of the Oxford vaccine. Photo: REUTERS Wimbledon spectators paid tribute this Monday to Sarah Gilbert, the Oxford University professor who co-designed the Oxford /

Only four vaccines against covid-19 are accepted as proof for emigrants to enter Portugal

Portuguese residents abroad who wish to enter Portugal by presenting proof of vaccination against covid-19 will only be able to do so if they have received one of the four vaccines approved by the European Union. These vaccines, which are being administered in Portugal and in most EU Member States, are BioNTech-Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and