Despite the fact that last week the Executive Power already observed the signed law, the Legislature could approve it for insistence and promulgate it.
He Disbursement that would be allowed under this law would be up to one UIT, equivalent to S / 4,300, for affiliates under 65 years of age. While, contributors over 65, who have not completed 20 years of mandatory contributions, could receive all of their contributions.
It is calculated that of the total, more than two million members have made less than a year of contributions and more than 950,000 accumulate less than S / 250 of contributions, then, those affiliates will only be able to withdraw that amount of money, not the maximum amount that is S / 4,300.
Some 440,000 affiliates register between S / 250 and S / 500 of contributions. While, only 278,000 accumulate between S / 500 and S / 750 of contributions.
How do I know how much I have contributed?
To verify the statement of your contributions You can enter an online platform developed by the State.
On the web, what you find in is the linkYou will have to complete your information such as your ID number, your password and a code. Then follow the steps indicated by the platform and you will be able to know how much you have contributed to date.
If you do not have the password you can request it through the following link with your name, ID and telephone number.
He Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) presented its plan to rescue Venezuela after the country returns to the democratic path. The project, called “A look to the future for Venezuela“, designed by Emmanuel Grandmother Y Jose Luis Saboin, aims to inject the country around $ 8 billion in three years.
“The estimated cost for the program of quasi-universal transfers and transfers in kind for the first year reaches the USD 2.8 billion. For the second year, the total amount is USD 2,954 million, in which case targeted transfers represent more than 50% of total spending. For the third year, the cost has been estimated at USD 2,250 million”, The letter details.
They hold that the collapse of the Venezuelan economy is unprecedented. “The economy contracted 70% between 2013 and 2019; to this is added an expected reduction of 30% in 2020, which places it within the largest crises in the world. As part of this crisis, there has been a dramatic drop in household purchasing power and a consequent increase in poverty and inequality”, They affirm.
“Social indicators have deteriorated substantially and the provision of basic services has collapsed. The COVID-19 pandemic is in the exponential phase, and the capacity of reaction on the part of the public sector is very limited. Fiscal resources are not enough to provide food to the population and the condition of the health sector is pressing ”, they add.
Abuelafia and Saboin emphasize that the crisis in which Venezuela finds itself “has its origin in the collapse of economic activity due to state interventionism, changes in the rules of the game in the oil sector and irresponsible macroeconomic management. During the last 20 years, the degree of presence of the State in economic activity increased substantially, the oil sector saw its production and profitability decimated due to the mismanagement to which it was subjected ”.
Looking to the future, the plan affirms that the country’s reconstruction effort will require an agile and secure international trade system that allows the entry of aid and inputs to guide this process.
“The oil sector will continue to be the main engine of the economy for a time; therefore, it is important to create the institutional framework to attract new capital and knowledge to the same. Likewise, specific sectoral policies are needed for sectors that allow the insertion of dynamism in the economy, such as the tourism sector and the agricultural sector ”, the authors emphasize.
Then they recognize that the reconstruction of Venezuela “it’s going to be hard work and it’s going to take a long time”And that the IDB is ready to work with the people in this reconstruction when the political-institutional situation allows it.
Direct transfers to the population
In the 91-page plan, the IDB states that, although the project contemplates improvements and investments in health, education, infrastructure, and electricity, water, and transportation services, its focus is on direct transfers to the population.
To meet the urgent needs of the largest number of Venezuelans in the shortest time possible, a program of “unconditional transfers” is proposed in the short term, with “almost universal” coverage. This phase would be complemented by another method of “transfers in kind”, Essentially food.
The authors of the plan propose take advantage of the high banking of the population to launch in this first stage transfers of at least five dollars a week to bank accounts whose holders are women over 18 years of age. This scheme would allow, according to the Inter-American Bank researchers, “reach a greater number of beneficiaries quickly”.
A second stage, in the medium term, contemplates a Targeted Transfer Program, which will benefit the “most vulnerable population”. The subsidies, in these instances, would be delivered by poor households.
“The amount of the transfer will depend on the structure of the household, and will be based on the value of the poverty gap or extreme poverty, also taking into account fiscal restrictions”, Concludes the writing.
“The best tribute to the memory of Juan Camilo Sierra Restrepo is to continue forward, and with greater zeal in this effort to enhance (…) reading activity, the enjoyment of books and the strengthening of all the links of the production chain “, said this Sunday Édgar Varela, rector of the Universidad del Valle.
The academic spoke on behalf of the university community after the death of the cultural manager who created and directed the Cali Book Fair.
He sent a message of solidarity to the family, friends and relatives of Sierra Restrepo who died this Saturday in Bogotá, where he had been hospitalized for several weeks to receive treatment against the cancer he suffered.
Varela pointed out that this “is a significant loss for Colombian culture and in particular for the publishing sector and reading activity in the country.” She added that “it is recognized by the various sectors of culture, the great work and leadership that it exercised for years.”
He affirmed that “the Universidad del Valle will continue making the necessary efforts so that the Cali International Book Fair, which this year reaches its fifth version, continues to consolidate itself as one of the most important cultural events in southwestern Colombia and the country.”
Juan Camilo Sierra Restrepo created the festival, in collaboration with the Universidad del Valle, the Spiwak Foundation and the Mayor’s Office of Cali, in 2016. Since then he has worked to position it from the direction. I would be in charge of the virtual edition that will take place between October 15 and 25.
Before that, he served as director of the Fondo de Cultura Económica.
A precautionary measure, decreed in Santiago, requested by the alleged owner prevents the sale of the Guafo island in Chiloé.
The alleged heir to the land proposes to create a natural reserve on the island of the Los Lagos region, which is traded on the international market in $ 20 million as a paradise, by the privateislandonline.com website, as well as five other islands in the same southern part of the country.
Is about Vittorio Noli, who claims to be the owner of the land, which belonged to his grandfather, who always spoke of creating a space that protects the privileged flora and fauna of the place.
However, the man realized some years ago that the island was for sale, without being consulted on the matter, so initiated a trial in the 30 Civil Court of Santiago, to clarify the situation.
His lawyer, Carlos Harms, commented that the archipelago was alienated.
The lawyer added that in 2019, a precautionary measure was decreed on the ground, which prevents it from being sold.
According to the representative of the heir, they hope to conclude the trial on the property of Isla Guafo, to begin conversations with the State, which tend to create a nature reserve, as were the intentions of his family.
It is also in the world showcase isla Cui Cui (30 hectares, 3 million dollars), San Pedro island (6 thousand hectares, price to offer), Lacao island (16 has, USD 1,6 millones), Imelev island (32 hectares, price to offer) and Tortuga Island (309 hectares at USD 1.2 million), all in the Los Lagos region.
To the above, in the range of island offers, although through a Chilean brokerage company, Pellegrini Propiedades, the Carmen island, located further south in the Aysén region and under a value of 660 million pesos. Apparently the price is lower in more isolated areas.
President Donald Trump considered his daughter Ivanka Trump as a running mate for the vice presidency in the campaign for the 2016 elections, revealed a newspaper report The Washington Post citing a book about to be published.
Former Trump campaign vice president Rick Gates details in his book ‘Wicked Game’, Soon to be released next month, then-Republican presidential nominee Trump told aides that he believed the runner-up for vice presidential “should be Ivanka.” And justified, according to report: “(Ivanka) She is bright, smart, beautiful and people would love her!”
The report details that Ivanka herself told her father that it was not a good idea, so Donald Trump ended up favoring the conservative ex-governor of Indiana, current Vice President Mike Pence.
Ivanka Trump also has a position in the White House, as a senior adviser to her father, the president. Also Ivanka Trump’s husband, Jared Kushner, holds the same title of senior counselor.
Both Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner made their debut in US politics in these high roles, despite having no experience in government.
The appointments of both to occupy those high positions were questioned not only because they are relatives of the president, which raises suspicions of nepotism, but because neither had any previous credentials on their resume to fill those roles.
The three patients are infants. None of the patients or the other employees in quarantine have so far been diagnosed with infection. Holth confirms this on Sunday afternoon.
The two who are infected work as nurses, and there are both nurses and doctors among the 25 employees who have been quarantined, Holth states.
The two nurses were diagnosed with the coronavirus on Friday this week and should not have been infected at work.
There are two sections for neonatal intensive care at OUS, where newborns with health challenges are being treated.
The department treats, among other things, infants who are critically ill or born very early.
The section at Rikshospitalet has a total of 20 beds and at approximately 60 per cent of these, intensive care is provided.
The section now only accepts new patients if they have to go there. This applies to newborns who have heart problems or need surgery.
Doctors and nurses at the child intensive care unit at Rikshospitalet contribute when needed, media guard Holth informs.
The neonatal intensive care unit at Ullevål has also increased its preparedness to be able to receive new patients.
– Very lucky
Tor Einar Calisch, chief physician at the neonatal intensive care unit at OUS, says that the situation is manageable.
– We are very lucky, because there are relatively few patients admitted now. As it looks now, this is going around, he says.
He adds that the progress of the neonatal intensive care unit varies a lot.
– This is the situation right now, how it is in two or three days we can not say anything about.
Calisch says that the section at Ullevål also has more employees than normal during the autumn holidays. Several have chosen not to take a holiday due to the corona situation.
He also makes it clear that there are also positive aspects for the infants in question to be isolated. The neonatal intensive care unit at Rikshospitalet has long struggled with a lack of space and not all patients get their own rooms.
– In a private room it is quieter and more peaceful. It has great benefits for the child, says Calisch.
He explains that there is an international trend to create more private rooms at neonatal intensive care units.
Bård Erik Ruud is the county leader of the Norwegian Nurses’ Association in Oslo. He says that they have been prepared for someone to be infected with the corona sooner or later, but still points out that it can present operational challenges in this case.
– The intensive care unit here is dependent on people with special competence at all times. There is a shortage of people with this competence in the first place, and you can not just relocate people from other departments to this, says Ruud.
– This shows how important nursing competence is. When you are hit by a crisis like this, it becomes extremely vulnerable, he adds.
Decrease in infection in Oslo
On Sunday, 37 new corona infections were registered in Oslo in the last 24 hours. That is 15 fewer than the day before. Saturday reported Aftenposten that the infection in the capital flattens out.
On a national basis, 82 confirmed cases of infection have been registered in the last 24 hours. A total of 13,626 have been confirmed infected in this country, and 270 infected have died.
On Saturday, it became known that an infection had been registered at Drammen hospital, but the hospital says they have control of the situation
“We will be between ten and twenty,” Prymula answered when asked how much the maximum number of people gathered in leisure activities should be limited. “There will be differences, for example, for weddings, where it will be thirty,” he added.
Announcement is expected on Wednesday or Friday.
Prymula talked about limiting the number of people who could meet in Saturday’s interview for Novinky, when he did not specify the numbers. “There will undoubtedly be inspiration from all over the world, but we will go our own way. Some measures from abroad will certainly be applied in our country as well, ”he replied to the News when asked if it would be inspired, for example, by the United Kingdom, where only six people are allowed to meet.
“If we really want to knock it down, then we have to do it,” Prymula said on Prima, adding that, for example, people in shops do not keep two-meter spacing. According to him, the measures are intended to reduce the reproductive number of the spread of coronavirus, now it is between 1.26 and 1.29.
High school close up
Prymula further stated that while he does not intend to close primary schools, there will be a discussion at secondary schools about the introduction of distance learning. Only the first years would be an exception.
According to Prymula, there should be at least a month of distance learning at universities before the current rapid spread of the epidemic calms down. An exception could apply to first-year students who are new to universities. They should be able to study in combination so that they can get acquainted with the environment.
He wants to negotiate with the Minister of Education Robert Plaga on the temporary abolition of music education and physical education. Pupils do not have to wear veils for these subjects.
Prymula also mentioned the need to increase testing capacity. In days it could be 30,000 a day, now it is around 23,000.
This is because the implementation of social restrictions in Bekasi City is not as strict as in Jakarta. One of the differences is that cafes and restaurants in Bekasi are allowed to dine in (eat on the spot), while in Jakarta it is prohibited.
“Yes (many Jakarta residents are looking for entertainment venues in Bekasi). It is closed there (because the PSBB is tight). Yes in Jakarta it is closed, in Bogor it is closed, Depok is closed,” said Kasatpol PP Bekasi City Abi Hurairah when contacted, Sunday (27 / 9/2020).
Abi admitted that it was difficult to monitor and prevent crowds in Bekasi. Moreover, there are many calls from Jakartans on social media to go to Bekasi for coffee and entertainment.
“Yes of course, definitely (difficulties). Our numbers are limited, then we spread it everywhere, yes of course the personnel are also divided (to each place), I see. But on Instagram, ‘let’s go to Bekasi we have coffee’, yes that is also an extraordinary invitation, I see, “he explained.
According to Abi, there are 60 percent of residents outside Bekasi who come to his area just to look for entertainment venues. The Bekasi Satpol PP, said Abi, will carry out strict supervision regarding the health protocol for night entertainment venues.
Most recently, Satpol PP Bekasi City sealed the Broker Coffee and Roastery because it was deemed not to heed health protocols. Videos of residents dancing crowding at Broker Coffee and Roastery went viral on social media.
The viral video has a long tail with the cafe being sealed off. The Head of South Bekasi Police, Kompol Imam Syafi’i confirmed the sealing. He said there were 4 cafes that were sealed, one of which was the viral Broker Coffee and Roastery cafe.
“Yes, there were 4 cafes that were sealed last night, one of which was the Coffee Broker which was viral on social media,” said Imam via a short message to detikcom, Sunday (27/9).
Owner Broker Coffee and Roastery, Giar Sugiarto, spoke up about the splashy incident on social media. He revealed the details of the viral incident.
“Incidentally there are guests of several groups of parents who came, he asked for a regional song, Bro. Asked for a regional song that made the song make people dance, Bro. He sawer, right? This guest was happy with the song, he danced, the other guests joined in. Now because of that, something reflex was not planned, so it seems like we have violated PSBB (large-scale social restrictions), “said Giar at the cafe. Broker Coffee and Roastery, Jalan Pulo Sirih Barat Raya, South Bekasi, Bekasi City, Sunday (27/9/2020).
“(His money denomination) Rp. 50 thousand. There is a vocalist, there are 3 vocalists, now the vocalist was given all the money from him. Other guests followed,” he continued.
“Public transport is one of the key points of transmission,” said infeciologist Jaime Nina, arguing that “to keep the distance, buses, trains and the Metro should have lines, yes, lines with passengers”.
But for that it was necessary “to have four times more coaches, buses, and four times more drivers and train drivers”, defended in an interview with the Lusa agency, regarding the worsening of the epidemiological situation of covid-19.
If this solution had started to be considered in May, there would have been time to reinforce the fleet and have “enough drivers and drivers”. “Is it expensive? Yes, but having a closed economy is no longer expensive”, he questioned, arguing that “only a week of closed economy to try to avoid [a propagação do vírus] I paid for it all and there was still a lot of money left. “
The specialist at Hospital Egas Moniz regretted that there is no “global approach” and that we are seeing “sector by sector”, predicting “a problem with winter”.
“While in summer people avoid public transport, they have their windows open, if it is unfortunate rain I am not seeing anyone riding in a car with the windows open, nor walking a lot on the street when they can ride the bus”, said the professor at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, at the Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and at the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
Regarding the evolution of the epidemic, Jaime Nina said that it is already in the second “wave”: “August was a bit wet, there was rain, and that soon had repercussions throughout Europe, not only in Portugal”.
But at this stage, it is reaching more young people, a situation that he said is related to the increase in tests: “They are catching infected people who were not caught three months ago because they had a milder disease, and as such, lethality is decreasing because there are more mild cases.”
The infeciologist welcomed the increase in testing, but considered that it has been “very slowly” and “very far from what should be done”.
In this regard, he made a football analogy: “The tactic that Portugal and Europe are using is as if calling the 10 field players all in front of the goal with their eyes closed trying to touch the ball and not let it pass”.
“It was much more preferable to run around the field after the ball” and try to catch and control it.
He exemplified what countries like Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and South Korea are doing at the level of tests to catch light cases and cut transmission chains.
“Portugal did about two million tests, Singapore is going almost 100 million for a population a little smaller than ours”, he said, noting that, according to data from the World Health Organization, Portugal has more than 1900 deaths and Singapore has 27, with a substantially equal number of cases.
In your opinion, “there is a lot that is failing to track and refer cases” because “the Ministry of Health is using almost exclusively its own resources”.
“Then there are no doctors and public health technicians, there are no molecular biology laboratories when there is a huge amount of people available,” he said.
In April and May, he said, “when everyone was distressed because there was no capacity to do all the tests,” the molecular biology laboratories at Universidade Nova were closed with people telecommuting, even though the college made them available. .
On the other hand, they could call medical students: “It was good for them because they were doing useful and relevant work for their course and, obviously, it was good for the Ministry of Health because it tripled or quadrupled the manpower needed to do case tracking “.
Victor Nicolas Brígido, Grandpa 80 years old from the municipality of San Lucas Ojitlán, in the state of Oaxaca, went viral on social networks because at that age the high school at the Centro de Educación Abierta 4 Tuxtepec del College of Bachelors (Cobao): “every Thursday, for three years, he traveled more than 40 kilometers (km) to seek his advice.”
According to a statement released on social networks by the area of Social comunication and Spokesperson for the Government of Oaxaca, the advisers of the grandfather Victor Nicolas They said it was one of the “more applied students […] one of the best students, dedicated in his classes, who always turned in his exercises and assignments as requested ”. In an interview with the spokesperson, Grandpa Victor Nicolas commented:
“I like studying, I like to know things, I decided to learn so that the day in which I die, what I studied stays here in the head and that I’m going to take. When I was a kid I didn’t go to school, why not understood spanish, spoke my mother tongue, the chinanteco; already when I was a boy, I learned little by little to speak spanish”.
He grandfather Victor Nicolas asserted that the studies of high school in Oaxaca have served him to develop in his life as a worker: “I dedicate myself to field, every day of four o’clock a seven p.m I labor in the sowing of corn, bean Y pig farming […] I hope that life will reach me to be a professional, although for the pandemic by COVID 19, this becomes a little more difficult, but I feel very happy of what I have achieved”.