Editorial | Future uncertain, anxiety today

Inaction in the face of climate change and other dramatic perspectives (such as the collapse of states, weapons of mass destruction or the lack of control of technological advances) were the main concerns long term of humanity a year ago. According to the Global Risks Report issued annually by the Davos World Economic Forum, in […]

Editorial | Future uncertain, anxiety today

Inaction in the face of climate change and other dramatic perspectives (such as the collapse of states, weapons of mass destruction or the lack of control of technological advances) were the main concerns long term of humanity a year ago. According to the Global Risks Report issued annually by the Davos World Economic Forum, in […]

Weight cuts fall after Jerome Powell speech

The Mexican peso scored a slight loss against him on Tuesday American dollar. The local currency cut its initial fall on a day when the market heard a speech from the president of the Federal Reserve (Fed), Jerome Powell. The exchange rate ended operations at 20,4059 units compared to yesterday’s close of 20,3896 units, with […]

Are you ‘for’ or ‘with’ COVID? Ontario changes wording on COVID hospitalizations

The province is changing its language around hospitalizations to distinguish between people admitted for COVID-19 and people admitted for other reasons who later test positive for COVID-19. It’s something that has been dubbed “incidental COVID,” in which people hospitalized for other emergencies then test positive for the virus as part of the detection process. In […]

AMLO makes changes in his cabinet; Ariadna Montiel is the new head of Wellbeing and Javier May del Fonatur

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made changes in his cabinet on Tuesday, the first president in full confinement by Covid-19, made castings in the Secretariat and Undersecretary of Welfare; Undersecretary of Transport, National Fund for Tourism Development (Fonatur) and the Mexico City International Airport (AICM). The Secretary of the Interior, Adam Augusto López Hernández, on […]

COVID-19: LHSC Reports 107 Hospitalizations, Pandemic Peak, MLHU Adds 260 Cases | The Canadian News

Jump to: Hospitalizations – Cases and evidence – Sprouts – vaccines – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Ferret and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton The number of hospitalizations and intensive care admissions for COVID-19 continues to rise in Middlesex-London as the Omicron wave continues, reaching a pandemic high of 107 hospitalized patients for COVID-19 […]

COVID-19: PRHC ‘managing reasonably well’ amid 3 outbreaks, up to 200 employees out – Peterborough | The Canadian News

The Peterborough Regional Health Center is facing three COVID-19 outbreaks, as well as staff shortages, but is “managing reasonably well,” a senior hospital official said Tuesday. In a media conference call, Dr. Lynn Mikula, the hospital’s executive vice president, chief of staff and chief medical officer, said there are currently 30 patients admitted with COVID-19. […]

What if your child’s classmate gets COVID? Will students have access to rapid tests? Send us your questions before Ontario schools reopen

Parents in Ontario are exhausted. With schools closed once again, working families around the world have had to deal with the emotional roller coaster of COVID-19 in schools. It has been an education that nobody asked for. The province has confirmed that the 2 million students in the province will return to classrooms next Monday. […]

Businessmen call not to close activities and attack inflation in the face of fourth wave of infections

Ante la fourth wave of infections by Covid-19, regional businessmen warned that the country would not endure more restrictions or confinements in the productive, commercial and service sectors of the entire national territory, for which public actions are urgently required that coordinated with the private sector to reinforce sanitary measures. Jose Manuel Urreta Ortega, president […]

COVID-19: Ontario Health Minister Comments on Decision to Resume In-Person Learning on January 17 | Watch news videos online

Following the announcement that Ontario students and teachers will return to classrooms on January 17, Health Minister Christine Elliott said Tuesday that returning to face-to-face learning is important for students’ physical and mental health. “Our government … has done everything possible to make our schools safe for students,” he said. Reference-globalnews.ca

The remote command of the Mossos requested judicial protection to be able to investigate the Government

The TSJC granted Toni Rodríguez judicial protection due to the lack of support for his investigations by the leadership that replaced Trapero The mayor of the Mossos d’Esquadra Toni Rodriguez, dismissed as head of the General Commissariat of Criminal Investigation (CGIC) after the relief of the major Josep Lluís Trapero, asked for protection from Superior […]

COVID-19: Ontario to Receive International Nurses to Help With Staff Shortage | Watch news videos online

Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott announced Tuesday that the province would deploy internationally trained nurses to hospitals and long-term care homes across the province in need of staff support due to COVID-19. Elliott said more than 1,200 applicants had already expressed interest and that the hospital matching process would begin later this week. Reference-globalnews.ca