The remission of the

coronavirus

pandemic is being noticed in

Spain

.

Health notified 37,108 new cases of

Covid

this Wednesday , almost half what it was a week ago.

The

accumulated incidence

is also going down, and stands at 1,060.46

coronavirus

infections per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 1,142.13 on Tuesday.

Given the apparent overcoming of the wave marked by the

omicron variant

,

France

reopens nightclubs this Wednesday and reauthorizes consumption in stadiums, cinemas or trains, while studying the progressive end of indoor masks from mid-March probably gradually.

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8.18

Covid infections in Navarra continue below 350

The new cases of

Covid-19

remain

below 350 in

Navarra when 344 were recorded on the last day, according to provisional data from the

Government of Navarra

.

This figure, corresponding to Wednesday, maintains the line of the previous day in which 335 infections were detected after carrying out 1,717 tests, which left a positivity rate of 19.5%.

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8.14

A 33-year-old unvaccinated mother in Naples who had just given birth to a premature baby dies of Covid: "Let's stop this massacre"

It is a dense and dramatic trail of cries drowned out by helplessness that unfortunately marks the long count of the deaths of young mothers who have not been vaccinated and have ended up dying of

Covid

.

A silent massacre that in the Italian region of

Campania

is reaching disturbing proportions, say the doctors themselves, and each time leaves an echo of relentless pain: premature children, others at home and an insurmountable void in family affections.

Unfortunately, this is what has happened to a 33-year-old woman, a resident of

Naples

, mother of another three-year-old girl, explain the doctors of the

Federico II Polyclinic

, hospitalized in intensive care for

Covid

patients .

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7.32

No cases in the 2022 Olympics Covid bubble for the first time

The organizers of the

Beijing Olympic Games

have announced this Thursday that for the first time since the beginning on February 4, no case of

Covid

has been detected among the people who make up the Olympic bubble.

None of the 68,970 tests carried out this Wednesday have been positive, they have announced, confirming the constant downward trend in

Covid

cases in recent days among all those who live in the Olympic bubble (athletes, managers, delegations, media, organizers).

In total since January 25, the start date of the tests, 435 tests have been positive out of 1,592,695 tests carried out by the Chinese organizers, who have subjected all the participants to a daily test during their presence in

China

.

The peak was reached on February 2 with 55 cases of

coronavirus

, including 26 among athletes and their managers.

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7.24

Coachella will be held without restrictions against the coronavirus

The

Coachella

festival will not impose the use of masks, nor will it review immunity certificates or

coronavirus

detection tests , in its next edition, which will take place from April 15 to 17 and from 22 to 24.

The organization of

Coachella

and

Stagecoach

, a subsequent festival, has confirmed this Wednesday that it will not take any precautions to prevent the spread of the virus among its more than 100,000 attendees, after having had to cancel up to three editions during the toughest months of the pandemic.

Even so, the organizers warn on their website that "there are no guarantees, express or implied, that attendees will not be exposed to Covid-19."

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7.17

The UK will offer the covid vaccine to children between 5 and 11 years old

The health authorities of the

United Kingdom

have decided to offer the vaccine against

Covid-19 to children between 5 and 11 years of age on a "non-urgent" basis, the Minister of Health,

Sajid Javid

, reported this Wednesday

.

The minister says he has taken the advice of

the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization

(JCVI) to make this voluntary offer of low-dose vaccination to children of that age in

England

(

Scotland

and

Wales

have also announced that same size).

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7.16

France reopens nightclubs and studies the end of masks in March

France

reopens nightclubs this Wednesday and reauthorizes consumption in stadiums, cinemas or trains, while studying the progressive end of indoor masks from mid-March, probably progressively.

The Minister of Health,

Olivier Véran

, affirms that "by mid-March" the mask could be dispensed with in all or part of the closed spaces "if the virus circulates much less and the hospitals are in normal operating conditions".

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7.15

Israel finalizes plan to lift Covid restrictions on March 1

Israel

is finalizing a plan to lift restrictions on the

omicron variant

on March 1, after two years of the pandemic and strict measures to contain the waves of

coronavirus

.

The Health advisers presented to the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennet, the Health recommendation that according to Ynet he accepted to apply next month with

more than 20 thousand cases registered in the last 24 hours.

The Ministry of Health must validate this recommendation, while Israel registers more than

175,000 active cases

, but gives up the last variant of the pandemic.

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7.13

Those recovered from covid-19 have more mental health risks

People who have recovered from

Covid

are significantly more likely (60%) to suffer from mental health problems, such as anxiety or depression, indicates a study published today by the

British Medical Journal

.

Even among those who did not need to be hospitalized, mental health-related problems may persist or appear in the weeks and months after the acute phase of the disease, says the research, led by

Washington University in St. Louis

(

USA

).

These disorders include anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideation, as well as opioid, drug, and alcohol use disorder, sleep, and cognitive disturbances.

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