The daily increase in coronavirus infections in the Czech Republic exceeded three thousand, other area measures are being introduced – ČT24 – Czech Television

From Monday, it will be mandatory to wear a veil at outdoor events, which will bring together more than 100 people. This applies with exceptions to Prague, Central Bohemia, the Zlín Region and the Cheb District. The regulation applies to events such as festivities, theater and film performances, sports and other gatherings. Exceptions will be children under two years of age, people with intellectual disabilities, actors, musicians, moderators and athletes during training or wrestling.

Renewed crisis staff

It will start on Monday to reopen the Central Crisis Staff, said Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. According to his renewal of the crisis staff, he complied with the call of the regions, and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Jan Hamáček (CSSD) is to take the lead again.

At the same time, the Prime Minister did not rule out the possibility that a state of emergency could be declared again in the Czech Republic. This would be the case if the Ministry of Health needed to declare some measure that it does not have competence under the Public Health Protection Act.

Deputy Olga Richterová (Pirates) praised the resumption of the crisis staff in Events and Comments, stating that the situation could not be managed logistically without the involvement of the army and police. “Believe that the trend is threatening,” she warned, calling for the promotion of the e-veil application. She criticized the government for its late response and poor communication.

MP David Kasal (YES) defended the cabinet, saying that it is not possible to expect such an increase exactly and that the government is responding sufficiently. According to him, the health system was well prepared for the situation.

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Events, comments: Kasal and Richter on coronavirus

The number of hospitalized is also growing, visitors to Prague are banned

Hygienists have announced a ban on visits to all Prague medical facilities and social services. Valid from Friday 18 hours. The ban should last a month, Prague hygienists said.

Currently, there are 20,289 infected people in the Czech Republic, most of whom have a mild course of the disease. According to the latest available data from Wednesday, there are 413 people with infections in hospitals, 91 of whom are in a serious condition. Since Tuesday, the number of hospitalized patients has increased by 25 and severe cases by ten.

According to the Ministry of Health, hospitals can handle many times more patients with covid-19 than now, even in serious cases. The number of people who died with the covid is also increasing. There are a total of 489 victims, with four more deaths on Thursday.

The Czechia has ten times more cases of coronavirus per capita than Slovakia. In comparison with the states of the European Union, the Czech Republic is the third in this calculation in 14 days, only Spain and France are ahead of us.

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Events: Testing for coronavirus in the Czech Republic

More tests

In a single day, tests showed an infection in 3,130 people on Thursday, which is a similar figure as for the entire month of March. The number of infected people also grew significantly last week, when the daily increase exceeded the 1,000 for the first time. Since then, with the exception of Sunday, more than a thousand confirmed diseases have been added daily. But more was tested.

The disease is spreading faster than in neighboring countries. Absolute numbers are higher in the Czech Republic than in the more populous Germany or Poland. It is the same when comparing values ​​per million inhabitants.

Laboratories performed a record 22,271 tests on Thursday. Of these, 14 percent were positive. The share was higher only on March 10, when there were only 165 tests.

In August, the number of tests per day only exceeded 10,000, while last week the laboratories performed more than 15,000 tests every day from Tuesday to Thursday, a record 19,000 on Friday. On Wednesday, they managed 17,890 subscriptions. According to Minister Adam Vojtěch (for YES), the capacity of laboratories is 20,700 per day, the target is 25,000.

The first sign of improvement in the epidemic situation will be according to the director of the Institute of Health Information and Statistics Ladislav Dušek reducing the share of new cases in the number of tests. On Wednesday, the share reached almost 12 percent, the day before it was less than ten percent and on Monday over six percent, while on weekends it was also over 11 percent.

On Friday morning, however, there were complications during testing. The system of electronic requests for examination of a sample for covid-19 has failed. However, according to information from the Smart Quarantine team, the problem has already been solved. Due to the outage, doctors or hygienists could not issue requests, but sampling at the sampling points worked.

The metropolis has the worst numbers

The disease is now most prevalent in Prague and the adjacent Central Bohemian districts, but also in the Kroměříž, southern Plzeň, Uherské Hradiště and Cheb regions. In the last seven days, hygienists in Prague confirmed 191 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Kroměříž with 171 cases, more than 150 infected per 100,000 inhabitants in the districts of Prague-East, Prague-West, Pilsen-South and Uherské Hradiště.

Distance learning at Prague universities

Distance learning will be introduced at universities in Prague next week. According to the risk of infection with the new coronavirus, Prague will have a red color on the map of regions, said Mayor Zdeněk Hřib (Pirates) on Twitter. According to Hřib, the city agreed on the measure with the hygienists. When exactly will be introduced, he did not say.

“At the moment, I have not been able to convince the hygiene that there are reasons for us to transfer to distance learning in high school,” the mayor of Prague told ČT24. He originally stated that distance learning would be introduced in secondary schools in the metropolis. “Hygiene wants to keep it in reserve and possibly reconsider it in the coming days,” the mayor added.

This week, Prague, together with hygienists, decided to wear veils even during classes. The Ministry of Health subsequently introduced them for the whole country from Friday. According to Thursday’s statement by the director of hygiene in Prague, Zdeněk Jágrová, 29 schools in the metropolis are affected by covid-19 and there are a total of thirty children and teachers who are positive.

New area measures

From September 10, due to the deteriorating epidemic situation, the obligation to wear a veil in the interior of buildings applies throughout the Czech Republic. Due to the growing number of infected and hospitalized, the state is introducing further general measures from Friday. Indoor mass standing events for more than ten people will be banned. Exceptions are exhibitions, markets and similar events. Pupils and teachers must wear veils even in classrooms with the exception of primary school. They will stay all over the country restaurants or bars closed between midnight and six o’clock in the morning.

Restrictions also apply from Friday when traveling from the Czech Republic to Slovakia. Tourists and other groups of passengers, with a few exceptions, need a negative coronavirus test result to avoid quarantine and a subsequent infection test.

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People should follow the basic rules of hygiene, Minister Vojtěch urged them to be considerate and to limit participation in larger events as much as possible. According to the ministry, the most common places of infection are the family and the work environment, and a visit to social events, such as family celebrations and weddings, is also a risky activity. More than a fifth of recent cases have come from schools.

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80,000 infected per month, reproduction number 1.6 and up to 20 percent of positive findings – ČT24 – Czech Television

According to Dušek, the reproduction number was not published during the holidays because it did not make sense – the epidemic during July was practically invisible in our territory and existed only in a few relatively clearly descriptive bounded clusters – or groups. From the beginning of September, probably in connection with the return to normal life, the re-operation of schools, but also imports from abroad, the disease began to spread throughout the country, even faster than in the spring.

The reproductive number is not fixed, its size is affected not only by the properties of the virus, but especially by human behavior. According to international data, it seems that the citizens of the Czech Republic at the beginning of September almost did not limit their behavior or number of contacts at all compared to other countries – and because the obligation to wear veils was abolished until recently, the virus could spread very quickly.

According to Professor Dušek, the current measures are aimed at reducing the number of infections – whether by not meeting such a large number of people in one inappropriate place (up to half of the cases of infection occur in foreign conditions, hundreds of people), or that the virus hits a barrier – it can be drapes, properly washed hands, or a greater distance between people, which the virus is not able to overcome.

In fact, testing and tracing work the same way: if the infected person can be detected in time and proven to be really infectious, he will be able to infect far fewer other people. That is why the capacity of both the number of tests and the hygienists is constantly increasing. And an application can also help, such as the new version of the e-veil – she, in turn, warns the person against the infected and he can adjust his behavior so that he is not risky for others.

Percentage of positive tests

Thursday’s presentation by Professor Dušek and his colleagues also showed that the tests reveal a very high percentage of positive cases. And it’s not just daily data: this is convincingly demonstrated by graphs showing the average of positive cases over seven days. It shows that about 10.4 percent are infected.

At the same time, the World Health Organization states that if the cases detected are up to ten percent, then the epidemic in the country is under control, if this number is higher, then the country should be careful and quickly try to come up with measures to slow the spread.

At Thursday’s presentation, however, Professor Dušek showed another graph – it showed how many positive cases there were if they cleared themselves of the mandatory second tests; they are usually only negative. And their amount is even around 20 percent on some days, which indicates how fast the disease is spreading and also that hygienists can escape a number of other cases of infection.

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Alberto Fernández announced that they will regularize the salaries of the security forces

“I have already given the order that we begin to regularize the income of the officers and non-commissioned officers of the Security Forces so that in a time not exceeding 18 months all the income that is non-remunerative and non-contributory, is laundered,” said Alberto Fernandez.

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“I know that for many years they were not well treated, as well as the armed forces and the national public administration. The time has come to start getting your wages in order“, said the president in the act in the Churruca hospital of the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Parque Patricios.

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Works at the Churruca Hospital

President Alberto Fernandez led this Friday at noon the act of presentation of the works of refunctionalization from the sector Surgery and Intensive Care Unit of the medical complex of the Federal police Churructo Visca, located in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.

The mandatary also delivered ten state-of-the-art ambulances, five of them of high complexity and the others of low complexity, which required a investment of $ 89,028,255.

The improvements in the Intensive Care and Surgery Unit will allow significantly expand the response capacity to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Hospitals postpone operations. They are being prepared in the autumn for coronavirus confused and frightened patients

“Unfortunately, this is quite common in our country. People come to us directly with banal diseases, which of course burdens our doctors, who should solve even severe cases. With the advent of autumn viruses and the flu, we expect that such cases will increase by an order of magnitude and people will simply come straight to the hospital, despite all the recommendations, “confirms MUDr. Lukáš Velev, MHA, director of the Jihlava Hospital.

It’s not easy or cheap

According to him, confirmation or exclusion of the diagnosis is not cheap or easy. “Just providing protective aids for workers who take samples and are in contact with newcomers would cost us about 100,000 crowns a day in the spring.”

There are many reasons why people come straight to the hospital – some do not have their own internship, they are not registered anywhere. Either they did not need a general practitioner yet, or they are from abroad. Many people have a trainee, but because they work in another city and their GP is far away, they choose the alternative closest to where they actually live. “Unfortunately, in the spring we met with the fact that the general practitioner closed the surgery at the time of the risk and did not even coordinate by phone,” adds MUDr. Velev.

They can go up to 1,000 samples

In connection with the autumn, the Vinohrady hospital is also preparing for increased operation. “We are preparing for a higher number of patients who will go to the collections based on recommendations from practitioners. From the existing 300 samples taken daily, we are ready to go to 1,000. In laboratories, we increase capacity – we buy more chemicals, strengthen staff, now we buy a new device that will perform tests quickly – within 90 minutes, “calculates prof. MUDr. Petr Arenberger, DrSc, MBA, FCMA.

In addition, the hospital again activates the so-called fever clinic on the central intake of internal medicine, in which doctors separate patients with inflammatory diseases manifested by cough and fever from patients who have, for example, a heart attack. “In practice, this means that those who cough and have a fever and suspect pneumonia or embolism or just covid-19 are isolated until we get their PCR results. In the autumn, we intend to speed up the tests so that our patients do not accumulate. Which was a problem in the spring. But it’s quite expensive, so we’ll use it primarily for contentious cases. “

Costs millions more

The increased costs associated with the adaptation of the hospital to the autumn wave of the infected are in the order of millions of crowns, hand in hand with the downtime associated with postponing care – especially orthopedic operations, joint replacements, etc.

The hospital thus strives to save and operate as efficiently as possible. “We are actively looking for new drugs, especially those that can replace the original ones and whose patent protection has expired. Other manufacturers will get the green light to produce them as well. For example, in our gastroenterological, rheumatological or dermatological center, we treat suitable patients with biosimal preparations, ie new versions of existing biological drugs for which patent protection has expired. The price of so-called biosimilars is orders of magnitude lower and their properties coincide with the original biologics. In addition, we are making the treatment available to a much larger number of patients in the region than would have been possible before, ”added the director of the Jihlava hospital.

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The young man had to wait a day in pain for surgery. He died of blood poisoning

A 26-year-old man with abdominal pain was admitted to the Vsetín Hospital on July 31, 2017. Doctors diagnosed biliary tract obstruction, probably with gallstones. The so-called the first-choice procedure – ERCP, during which the bile ducts are cleared, but they could not be performed in the Vsetín hospital, so the attending physician tried to arrange it at a “higher” workplace.

The next date was the next morning. The young man’s health condition no longer allowed him to be transported, so he died in the afternoon at the Vsetín Hospital. As the Constitutional Court reported, the grandfather fought for justice after his grandson’s death. He filed a criminal complaint on suspicion of being killed through negligence.

After receiving the medical documentation, the police had an expert report prepared, but according to the expert, the hospital acted in accordance with medical procedures and thus did not commit any mistakes. He commented on whether the examinations, and therefore the operation, could not have taken place faster, but concluded that “since these examinations were not feasible at the hospital in Vsetín, their faster implementation was not possible,” the Constitutional Court said.

The police therefore postponed the case on the grounds that no crime had been committed. However, my grandfather did not accept this and had his own expert opinion prepared by a surgical consultant of the Slovak Office for the Supervision of Health Care in Bratislava. He came to the opposite conclusion.

“Due to the unavailability of the first and second choice, it was appropriate to perform a timely surgical intervention with a complete bile duct service directly in the hospital – in which case the patient would have a chance of survival,” the Constitutional Court said. Therefore, the police turned to the expert again, who again came to the conclusion that the doctors of the Vsetín Hospital did not make a mistake.

And because his grandfather failed neither in the district nor in the regional courts, he filed a complaint with the Constitutional Court, which now sided with him and informed the case this week. According to him, the suspected death was not investigated quickly and effectively, on the contrary, the investigation was unreasonably protracted. He also criticized the authorities dealing with the case for not sufficiently clarifying the facts.

“In particular, they uncritically adopted the conclusions of the expert report, although it was internally contradictory, and did not accept the conclusions of the consultant’s expert opinion. Some key issues of criminal proceedings were not clarified at all, as no one even asked them. man in hospital due to a relatively common bile duct disease, alarming, “the Constitutional Court added.

The TN.cz editorial staff also asked the Vsetín Hospital for an opinion. “Above all, it must be said that the death of every patient is a very sad event for us, which deeply affects the nursing staff. In addition, if a young person dies, it is always a tragedy. okay, “said Egon Havrlant, a spokesman for the hospitals in the Zlín region.

“The attending physician telephoned a higher-level workplace at the Zlín hospital, where the procedure was arranged for the next morning. The patient did not show signs of sepsis, there was a sharp deterioration in the afternoon and evening, the patient was unstable for a short time. bile ducts, or to transport him to another medical facility of a higher type. Unfortunately, his condition turned out to be incompatible with life, “Havrlant described the event in 2017.

The Constitutional Court also wondered how it was possible that no one had solved that the hospital was unable to perform the procedure with completely normal and routine health problems and had to rely on a “higher” workplace.

“It is necessary to ask the question of how the management of the Vsetín Hospital handled communication with these” higher workplaces “, because the medical documentation shows that it was the so-called good word,” the Constitutional Court writes. According to him, the communication was probably not effective due to the fact that it was a situation where the patient’s life was seriously endangered.

“Endoscopic surgery (ERCP) with biliary tract remediation is not performed at Vsetínská Hospital and patients who need it are transferred to the workplace in Zlín. performance lasting about one hour, which unfortunately was not realistic in this case, “explains Havrlant.

According to the Constitutional Court, the expert should supplement his opinion with fundamental questions and, in addition, the police should request an audit opinion, given that the expert and the consultant came to completely conflicting conclusions.

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A former director of the Hospital joins as a medical volunteer

He former director of Hospital of Plottier, Marcelo Di Peto, will join as voluntary to the medical clinic of that institution to collaborate and bring some relief to health personnel, after the increase in positive cases of Covid-19 in that town.

Di Peto is a clinical doctor, councilor and director of the Sanitary Station of the Cooperativa de Servicios Público de Plottier, in addition to working in private practice. He was also director of the Hospital de Plottier for about three years, when he was still at the old headquarters.

I have volunteered since the pandemic started. I worked in the old hospital, also in other pandemics like Flu A, although they were not of these characteristics. But I know about the fatigue, the exhaustion of colleagues, that is why I made myself available to its director Francisco Facci so that he can count on me”Di Peto told LM Neuquén.

I point out that he will join the medical clinic hospitalization staff when the Director of Medical Attention, Rafael Palomino, so decides.

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He said that when Governor Omar Gutiérrez launched the volunteer proposal, the process was streamlined. He also agreed that “the staff recognized that they were exhausted, due to the wear and tear of these months, when there are staff on leave, set aside for being a risk factor.” While adding: “It makes me sick to see colleagues tired from so much work, I know what they are going through. I don’t mind doing guards. “

He pointed out that five people died in Plottier from Covid-19, but 270 did also since the beginning of the pandemic for other reasons, hence the need to attend to all pathologies per se.

The doctor invited his colleagues who work in private activity or who are retired to join this volunteer service in this context of health emergency. “I want to urge the rest of the retired doctors or those who are in private practices to join the hospital work. Most have gone through the public sector and know the mystique of hospitals. Let them join in, it will rejuvenate them ”, he assured LMN.

He indicated that any experience they can contribute, in addition to specialties with great demand, will be welcomed in the local public health system.

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The Thai authorities approved long-term tourist visas :: Society :: RBC

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Thailand will issue special tourist visas for long-term visits to the country for a period of at least 90 days, but subject to a 14-day quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. About it reported Prime Minister Prayut Chan-Ocha after a cabinet meeting, Bangkok Post reported.

According to the prime minister, the most important condition for issuing visas will be a 14-day quarantine. “Foreigners can come to receive tourism or medical services, and they can be isolated in government quarantine facilities or in hospitals that function as quarantine facilities,” he said.

Deputy government spokeswoman Traisuli Traisaranakul said the visa could be extended twice, bringing the total stay in the country to 270 days.

However, long-term visitors will need to present proof of payment for hotel booking or long-term rental.

According to her, the new type of visa is expected to start operating in October.

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This will be the new hospital in Soacha – Bogotá


The municipality of Soacha will have a new highly complex hospital. I know It is a level IV health center that It will have more than 240 hospital beds for specialties such as maternity, cardiology, surgery and outpatient consultation.

The work, which began in June of last year, already makes initial progress in the foundations and construction of the bases. In total, 100,000 million pesos will be allocated for its construction and is expected that in the next 30 months is finished.

The hospital will have state-of-the-art equipment, with which it will be able to stand out in the area of ​​specialized surgery. It will be six stories high and will have a basement. In total there will be 25,451 square meters built.

It will be located in the Ciudad Verde neighborhood, between the 6th and 7th races, in front of the Mira Flores shopping center.

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The project will be operated by the private company Diacor Soacha, and the Avidanti SAS organization, which, In addition to being the owner of the property where it will be built, she has nearly 27 years of experience in the health sector.

“It is a private project, but as we know, health in our country is regulated by the EPS, this means that any system that operates in the municipality It will serve us all, both the subsidized and the contributory regime”Said Juan Carlos Saldarriaga, mayor of Soacha.

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The official also mentioned that they will continue to contribute to improve the municipal health system with private and public constructions that respond to the needs of the soachunos.

It should be noted that at this time, the municipality it only has a fourth level hospital, the Cardiovascular. According to the Soacha Health Secretariat, this center along with the others are still insufficient to serve the public. This is because the municipality receives patients from other parts of Cundinamarca.

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Hana Zagorová (74): A BLOOD PROBLEM DUE TO COVID!

While her husband Stefan Margita (64) claimed that she was released from the hospital on Thursday, the singer admitted that she unfortunately had to return there. “I feel better,” she tried Zagorová alleviate the sad news. The debilitating fevers are over. But now her blood has to be piled up. Hanka has been battling the rare disease of paroxysmal hemoglobinuria since the 1970s. She received many transfusions. The coronavirus has attacked her Achilles’ heel in recent days. Zagorka thus has to entrust himself to the care of doctors again. “I hope it’s over that we’ll hear and see you soon,” the singer wrote on the social network. Connecting with the audience charges her with energy.

She is also grateful for the two performances at the end of August, where she most likely became infected. “I remember with love the wonderful concerts on August 22 and 23, where someone probably spat the bitch on me,” she wrote. She was very pleased with the news of the sale of tickets for the Christmas concert on December 17 in Lucerne. Of the four thousand tickets, only a fraction remains. “Thank you for Lucerne, they say the last 280 tickets are left? You are wonderful !!! I’m very happy to have you, “Hanka said goodbye to the fans. But now all that remains is to heal herself so that she can get on stage as soon as possible.

Zagorova and Margita at the funeral Pilars: Eva deserves the highest admiration


What is paroxysmal hemoglobinuria?

It is a rare disease of hematopoiesis, affecting all types of blood cells. The reason is that some substances are missing that normally protect blood cells from their death. “The treatment depends on the severity of the manifestations of the disease and consists both in supplementing the missing red blood cells with transfusions and in the administration of anticoagulants to prevent possible thrombosis. In patients where the development of the disease leads to bone marrow failure and hematopoietic disorders, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is indicated, “said Aha! leading expert on blood diseases.

Štefan Margita and Hana Zagorová: They revealed the details of their gifts and congratulations!


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Hana Zagorová (74): A BLOOD PROBLEM DUE TO COVID!

While her husband Stefan Margita (64) claimed that she was released from the hospital on Thursday, the singer admitted that she unfortunately had to return there. “I feel better,” she tried Zagorová alleviate the sad news. The debilitating fevers are over. But now her blood has to be piled up. Hanka has been battling the rare disease of paroxysmal hemoglobinuria since the 1970s. She received many transfusions. The coronavirus has attacked her Achilles’ heel in recent days. Zagorka thus has to entrust himself to the care of doctors again. “I hope it’s over that we’ll hear and see you soon,” the singer wrote on the social network. Connecting with the audience charges her with energy.

She is also grateful for the two performances at the end of August, where she most likely became infected. “I remember with love the wonderful concerts on August 22 and 23, where someone probably spat the bitch on me,” she wrote. She was very pleased with the news of the sale of tickets for the Christmas concert on December 17 in Lucerne. Of the four thousand tickets, only a fraction remains. “Thank you for Lucerne, they say the last 280 tickets are left? You are wonderful !!! I’m very happy to have you, “Hanka said goodbye to the fans. But now all that remains is to heal herself so that she can get on stage as soon as possible.

Zagorova and Margita at the funeral Pilars: Eva deserves the highest admiration


What is paroxysmal hemoglobinuria?

It is a rare disease of hematopoiesis, affecting all types of blood cells. The reason is that some substances are missing that normally protect blood cells from their death. “The treatment depends on the severity of the manifestations of the disease and consists both in supplementing the missing red blood cells with transfusions and in the administration of anticoagulants to prevent possible thrombosis. In patients where the development of the disease leads to bone marrow failure and hematopoietic disorders, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is indicated, “said Aha! leading expert on blood diseases.

Štefan Margita and Hana Zagorová: They revealed the details of their gifts and congratulations!


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