the pictures show a scary fireball! (videos)

“An explosion occurred early Friday (…) in a warehouse containing neutralized mortar shells, belonging to the armed forces,” said the spokesman in a statement.

The explosion took place in an uninhabited area of ​​Zarqa, 25 km east of Amman, where several bases and ammunition depots are located.

Images posted on social media showed a huge fireball rising through the night, followed by the sound of several explosions.

“There are currently no victims to be deplored,” said spokesman Amjad Al-Adaileh in this statement.

According to preliminary elements of investigation, a short circuit would be at the origin of this explosion.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that if children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mostly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal for lack of appetite, 15% had unusual skin rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at the children’s hospital in Southampton in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to dovetail with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that while children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mainly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal due to lack of appetite, 15% had unusual rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at Southampton Children’s Hospital in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to align with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Coronavirus. Headache and fatigue as the main signs in children, according to

“We need to start telling people what the main symptoms are by age rather than focusing on fever, cough and lack of smell”, said Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, who led the work. The study involved 198 British children who had been infected out of 16,000 who were tested.

This new study published Monday, September 7, and taken up by the Guardian , shows that while children are less affected by the new coronavirus, they do not have the symptoms most frequently observed in adults either. Thus, while adults mainly suffer from cough, fever and a loss of smell or taste; children, on the other hand, show more severe fatigue, headaches and fever.

Thus, only half of infected children present symptoms. Of these 50%, 55% were tired and 54% had headaches. Then comes fever for barely half of them.

Sore throat is present in 38% of cases, 35% admitted to skipping a meal due to lack of appetite, 15% had unusual rashes and 13% had diarrhea.

Rashes

If in France, the list of possible symptoms is rather exhaustive, without proposing a differentiation according to age, Tim Spector is worried about that proposed by the English NHS which offers only three symptoms to identify if a child is sick: temperature, continuous cough, and loss of smell and taste. According to him, if you follow government advice, you miss half of infections [symptomatiques].

For the teacher, these signs are important to recognize, but they are also difficult to differentiate from those of the common cold which will make a comeback with the start of the school year and the coming fall.

For Dr Sanjay Patel, consultant in pediatric infectious diseases at Southampton Children’s Hospital in England, the fairly short list of symptoms still makes it possible to identify clusters in schools, especially as the other symptoms identified will pose problem if they have to keep the children at home: “Many children would then miss school and the majority would test negative. “? Researchers agree more on the fact that it is important to inform general practitioners so that they can also spot these types of symptoms.

Tim Spector suggests, despite everything, that rashes be added to the list: One in six children will have [une éruption cutanée] and this will often be the only sign, he explains.

According to him, the difference between adults and children would come from the immune system which would be brought to react differently according to age.

The work of the team at King’s College London appears to align with that of Queen’s University Belfast, Dr Tom Waterfield said.

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Israel: after other fireballs, Hamas hit in Gaza – Ultima Ora

(ANSA) – TEL AVIV, AUG 25 – After the launch of new incendiary balloons and explosive devices from the Strip towards the south of Israel which yesterday triggered more than 30 fires along the border, the Israeli army struck targets during the night Hamas in Gaza. The military spokesman made it known that “military posts and underground structures” were targeted in response. There is currently no news of victims. For several days now, balloons, bombs and rockets have been launched towards Israel, which responds with attacks on the Strip. Hamas has said it will continue until the blockade that Israel, but also Egypt, has imposed on the Palestinian enclave is lifted. Defense Minister Benny Gantz warned Hamas about the consequences of the actions.

(ANSA).

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