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The real estate Goodman raises an investment of 550 million in Nissan

While the administrations still await the response of the Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motor (GWM), a new offer has emerged from the Australian real estate Goodman to invest around 550 million in a logistics and industrial project in the facilities of Nissan. The company, which has issued a statement, affirms that it has presented before the Nissan Reindustrialization Commission "a visionary project for the reconversion of the land of the Nissan plants in the Zona Franca and in Montcada i Reixac"It also ensures that more than 3,200 jobs could be generated. For administrations, the priority continues to be GWM, but they reserve in...
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Booster dose with Pfizer or Moderna provide greater impact against Covid-19: study

The booster doses of current covid vaccines offer different protection based on different brands, although overall immunity improves again, according to a study published Friday by The Lancet.The study was carried out in June in the United Kingdom on a group of 3,000 people, and compared numerous configurations, depending on the vaccine injected initially and the one chosen as a booster.The patients had received a full initial vaccination schedule, with AstraZeneca O Pfizer/BioNtech.In the case of Pfizer They received a booster dose at least two months after their regimen. In the case of AstraZeneca they received the third injection at least three months later. This dose could be of the same brand, or a combination with CureVac, Modern, Novavax, Valneva O Janssen.Oth...
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Disability and waiting lists: 12 years waiting for freedom

Roger Vilaseca, a 34-year-old man with a disability, has been waiting for 12 years for an assistance resource to be able to live independently without depending on his parents It was a memorable day. That feeling of to be able to fly free, to touch the sky with your hands. The day Roger discovered that despite having an intellectual disability, I could go skiing alone to La Molina without depending on his parents to take him. He caught the train, was picked up by an attendant at the ski resort, and was able to speed down the snow. Since then, he has participated in the Spanish Special Olympics team and has participated in various world competitions. That's why it's hard for him to understand why it is so difficult to leave yo...
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Latest round of Iran nuclear negotiations comes to an end

The last meeting of the current round of nuclear negotiations with Iran was on the agenda in Vienna today. It is about "taking stock" of the discussions of the week, wrote EU chief negotiator Enrique Mora on Twitter.In the seventh round of talks this year, Iran met with the remaining contractual partners at the Vienna luxury hotel Coburg. There were still no direct talks with the USA. The fronts are hardened.The meeting, known as the Joint Commission format, was scheduled for the early afternoon. The Iranian delegation with chief negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani made no comment at the beginning of the meeting. As always, the meetings are accompanied by a small but noisy group of demonstrators who protested against the Iranian regime.The aim is to continue t...
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The highest level for intensive care units in Carinthia

With a 7-day incidence of 1,325, Carinthia is still the worst place in Austria. Although the number of new infections is slowly falling, level 5, the last possible level, had to be declared for the first time today for the intensive care units. This means that even less predictable operations will take place.More about this in kaernten.ORF.at Reference-orf.at
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Bavaria orders stadiums to close six days from Bayern-FC Barcelona in the Champions League

The match between Bayern Munich German and the FC Barcelona, corresponding to the last day of the group stage of the Champions League in which the Barça team plays the pass to round of 16, is more likely to be played behind closed doors after the state of Bavaria has decided to close the stadiums as of this Saturday. Related news The Bavarian government cabinet, given the rebound in positive cases from the coronavirus, has decided that all football matches in this stadium will be held without spectators for the moment. The decision applies from this Saturday and affects all "professional sports", said the Prime Minister of the...
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Hoteliers upset about the covid certificate: “If before it was already difficult, now more”

Bars and restaurants show their disagreement with the new passport regulationsMany declare that this supposes a double job for a sector that has already been very crushed "I'm not a policeman, I'm a hotelier and I know that I am going to have problems with some clients. It is an issue that belongs to the privacy of each person ... The data protection law, where is it? ", Protests Juan, 65, owner of the La Cabaña bar, located in the streets of Raval in Barcelona. Like Juan, there are many hoteliers who disagree with the measure that obliges customers to show the covid-19 certificate before entering any bar, restaurant, gym or residence. "It is a process that makes us lose many customers because many of tho...
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Zonta Club’s 16 Days of Activism Underway in Guelph – Guelph | The Canadian News

The Zonta Club of Guelph's 16 Days of Activism campaign is underway.Between November 25 and December 10, the club encourages the public to wear orange to support an end to gender-based violence.Spokeswoman Tanya Tagwerker says the goal of the campaign is to raise awareness."Our hope is that through education, awareness and programming we can make a difference," said Tagwerker. Read more: March held in Montreal to end violence against women "If we reflect on our thought processes, even in the last 40 years, and look at where we have come in the last 40 years when it comes to equality for women and girls, we have come a long way."The Zonta Club and the city of Guelph turned orange lights on in Market Square during an opening ceremony on No...
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Remake, the obsession with the past and onomastics

Faced with the cancellation of the future, we can only turn to the past. This is the thesis of “Remake” (Aristas Martínez, 2020), the recent novel by Bruno Galindo, whose characters navigate through melancholy and thrown into “the obsession of onomastics”.Bruno Galindo (Buenos Aires, 1968) is a writer, cultural journalist, poet, producer and music critic, living in Spain since his childhood, who is visiting Mexico, invited by Fundación Telefónica Movistar, to participate in the International Book Fair Guadalajara and in other forums, whose theme revolves around "rethinking tomorrow."Galindo agrees to chat with El Economista from Madrid, prior to his presentation this Friday at FIL Guadalajara, about his novel and how he sees the future of literature.“'Remake' is an essay novel t...
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Is a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine necessary?

After the omicron variant was called "of concern" by the World Health Organization and that several countries are presenting a fourth wave of infections, the question about the need for a booster for vaccination is on the table, for For this reason, El Economista spoke with Dr. Rodrigo Romero Feregrino, secretary general of the Mexican Association of Vaccination, who helps us understand the subject and get up to date with the scientific evidence so far. “Several international organizations have already given the recommendation of the booster, for example, the World Health Organization, with the vaccines that they have accepted (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac and Johnson & Johnson) recommend an additional dose in people who are moderately or severely immunosuppressed. ...