Julio César Rodríguez was rebuked by his followers for this action

This Sunday the host of “With you in the morning” by CHV Julio César Rodríguez shared a photo on his Instagram account that delighted many of his followers.

“At home enjoying the love of my children !!! We already have a little left to finish this weekend! Thank you for always being… 🧡❤️🐞❤️🧡 ”, he wrote.

However, it also brought criticism and opened a debate among Internet users, this because just as he has expressed his position to support social mobilizations, he would not have gone to Plaza Baquedano.

“You don’t say that you support the demonstrations? Go to Plaza Italia you can ”,“ I thought I would see you at Plaza Dignidad ”,“ we are waiting for you in the square with the people ”,“ And why don’t you go to Plaza Italia with your children? ”, Some said.

After that, other users defended him, giving the reason for the pandemic and the violence.

“Eliz 18O julito❗❗❗ I’m sure you are with us today 💕”, “He’s not going to expose his children or expose himself for health reasons”, “No Julito for no reason are you going to expose yourself to Plaza Italia, one goes in peace but the Malulos appear ”, they commented.

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Sileri (Health): «File for tampons? Do more rapid tests, in all schools and by pediatricians and GPs “

Five thousand positive cases exceeded; a week ago they were less than half (2,499), Deputy Minister Sileri we went back to the April numbers, what is happening?
Before answering, Pierpaolo Sileri, Deputy Minister of Health and surgeon also lists the more than a thousand new outbreaks identified thanks to tracing and the 387 patients hospitalized in intensive care. And then he explains: true, the numbers seem to be those of April, but there is not the same trend as the virus, because they do not correspond to the number of hospitalizations, of people in intensive care, of deaths: positive cases will continue to rise, we cannot think that what is happening in the rest of Europe will not happen here, but it will happen more slowly if we are able to respect the rules. The virus circulates and, as Minister Roberto Speranza said well, we will have to stay for at least another 7-8 months with the knife between our teeth, but for this we must keep daily life under control, with tests, masks and distancing.

Is there a risk of a return to the April situation?
It will depend on the progress of the virus, but now we know it and we know how to deal with it: less likely it will enter an emergency room or retirement homes and create an outbreak, now there are protocols to protect the weakest.

Have you seen the long lines to swab?
Yes, I am saying that we need to broaden the diagnostic field by using all types of tests precisely to reduce overcrowding. Saliva tests and rapid tests should be used for broader screening in cases where no direct contact with positives has occurred and there are questionable symptoms.

In those rows there are also parents with small children who were removed from kindergarten at the first sneeze. Will pediatricians and general practitioners be able to take the tests?
The Federation of General Practitioners has given its availability and we will try to extend this possibility to everyone.

And at school? Student control has started in Lazio.
It must be extended to all schools in Italy, it can also serve as a sentinel repeated over time to monitor the progress of infections, because the youngest are often asymptomatic but then bring the virus into the family, many outbreaks are born right there. You need to be aware of the risk and to think that the distance must be respected even at home and with the closest people, up to using the mask with grandparents at Sunday lunch.

Masks always?
Yes, even if they differ according to the places and needs: surgical ones where there is less crowding; the Ffp2 on bus and metr

Have you made peace with the CTS experts?
I never quarreled with them, I only solicited answers on quarantine and tests, no criticism, indeed. But I understand that too many requests arrive at the CTS and instead it takes time for a scientific validation, science has its times.

And with Minister Speranza?
Never no problem, we talk and see every day and work together.

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Covid outbreak at San Giacomo, 19 infections in the Medicine ward

Stop to new admissions in the Medicine department of the San Giacomo hospital in Castelfranco Veneto. In the past few hours, 19 people have tested positive for the swab test. This is 6 out of 74 patients (four asymptomatic transferred to the Vittorio Veneto community hospital and two with mild symptoms moved to Infectious diseases in Treviso); 1 out of 12 doctors; 2 out of 22 nurses; 10 health care workers out of 24.

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As reported by “Il Gazzettino di Treviso”, in light of these numbers, the management of Ulss 2 has decided to close, at least for the next ten days, the entire department of San Giacomo isolating the 19 positives. Patients who become negative in the next few days will be discharged from time to time freeing the Medicine Unit. The hypothesis is that the outbreak started from an operator infected by a person outside the medical department. Fortunately, the numbers of infections and the asymptomaticity of almost all the positives give good hope that, after the quarantine period, the department can return to Covid-free as happened for the outbreak of the Aia di Vazzola company where the situation has returned to normal in these days.

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As the US tops 6 million COVID-19 cases, what happens next is up to you, Dr. Birx says

Just over seven months ago, no one in the U.S. had a confirmed case of COVID-19. On Monday, the U.S. topped 6 million cases of coronavirus, which has killed over 183,000 people and left many young adults with long-term problems.But there’s a bit of good news: “As a nation, we are clearly doing better now on the last day of August than we were on the first day of August,” said Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute.”(Daily) cases have come down. Deaths are starting to decline. Hospitalizations are down. This is good news, and it’s largely because of smart policies in Texas and Arizona and Florida around masking and closing bars,” Jha said.”But there are still parts of the country where things are both bad and even getting worse. In the Dakotas, in Kansas and other states, we still see a lot of cases. And as a nation, we’re still seeing a lot of cases of coronavirus. So progress, but we have a long way to go.”Why it’s time to double down on masks and distancingMany Americans are fed up with this pandemic, and some have let their guard down — especially when spending time with friends or family.But that’s the opposite of what needs to happen, said White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx.”We know we can’t always be perfect. We know that we’ll put this message out about private gatherings and something will happen and you’ll realize you have been in a situation, you’ve been around people, you didn’t have your mask on,” Birx said.”That is the time to make sure you’re protecting others in your household and around you by wearing a mask when you’re around them, even if they’re family.”Birx urged Americans to take personal responsibility, especially if they want to help keep economies open.”Right now, we gain freedom through wearing our masks and socially distancing,” she said.The race for a vaccine: Balancing safety with speedTwo vaccines are now in Phase 3 trials in the U.S., and a vaccine probably won’t be publicly available until at least early 2021, health officials have said.But the Food and Drug Administration could consider authorization for a COVID-19 vaccine before Phase 3 trials are over, FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told the Financial Times. CNN has reached out to the FDA for comment.Still, health officials face a steep challenge with public trust and getting enough people to get a vaccine to really drive down this pandemic.A CNN poll this month indicated 40% of Americans wouldn’t get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if it’s free and easy to access.Part of the problem is public skepticism of the FDA after the agency’s premature authorization of hydroxychloroquine and convalescent plasma therapy, said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, chief of infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital.Both hydroxychloroquine and convalescent plasma therapy have been touted by President Donald Trump, who appointed the FDA commissioner.”The problem is both with hydroxychloroquine and with the convalescent plasma, we saw a real politicization of that scientific debate in a way that I think has all of us concerned,” Jha said.”So what I’d like is for the science to drive this decision, for it to be very transparent, and for political leaders to not get involved in deciding when a medicine or a vaccine is safe or not.”To increase public trust, several prominent physicians and experts have called for the creation of an independent commission separate from the FDA to review the data from COVID-19 vaccine trials.”I’m hearing this from my peers, from doctors and nurses. They’re not anti-vaxxers. They’re pro vaccine. They vaccinated their own children. But they are skeptical about this vaccine,” said Dr. Kathryn Stephenson, director of the clinical trials unit at the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.But Paul Mango, deputy chief of staff for policy at the Department of Health Human Services, said any eventual approval of a COVID-19 vaccine would be the same as for any vaccine.”There is a thing called a Data Safety Monitoring Board, an independent body that is assigned to each clinical trial,” Mango said.”We have no insight into the data until the DSMB says we can look at it. They can come back and say, ‘This is not a good vaccine.’ They could come back before we even have 30,000 folks enrolled and say ‘We have enough. This looks great.'”

Just over seven months ago, no one in the U.S. had a confirmed case of COVID-19. On Monday, the U.S. topped 6 million cases of coronavirus, which has killed over 183,000 people and left many young adults with long-term problems.

But there’s a bit of good news: “As a nation, we are clearly doing better now on the last day of August than we were on the first day of August,” said Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute.

“(Daily) cases have come down. Deaths are starting to decline. Hospitalizations are down. This is good news, and it’s largely because of smart policies in Texas and Arizona and Florida around masking and closing bars,” Jha said.

“But there are still parts of the country where things are both bad and even getting worse. In the Dakotas, in Kansas and other states, we still see a lot of cases. And as a nation, we’re still seeing a lot of cases of coronavirus. So progress, but we have a long way to go.”

Why it’s time to double down on masks and distancing

Many Americans are fed up with this pandemic, and some have let their guard down — especially when spending time with friends or family.

But that’s the opposite of what needs to happen, said White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx.

“We know we can’t always be perfect. We know that we’ll put this message out about private gatherings and something will happen and you’ll realize you have been in a situation, you’ve been around people, you didn’t have your mask on,” Birx said.

“That is the time to make sure you’re protecting others in your household and around you by wearing a mask when you’re around them, even if they’re family.”

Birx urged Americans to take personal responsibility, especially if they want to help keep economies open.

“Right now, we gain freedom through wearing our masks and socially distancing,” she said.

The race for a vaccine: Balancing safety with speed

Two vaccines are now in Phase 3 trials in the U.S., and a vaccine probably won’t be publicly available until at least early 2021, health officials have said.

But the Food and Drug Administration could consider authorization for a COVID-19 vaccine before Phase 3 trials are over, FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told the Financial Times. CNN has reached out to the FDA for comment.

Still, health officials face a steep challenge with public trust and getting enough people to get a vaccine to really drive down this pandemic.

A CNN poll this month indicated 40% of Americans wouldn’t get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if it’s free and easy to access.

Part of the problem is public skepticism of the FDA after the agency’s premature authorization of hydroxychloroquine and convalescent plasma therapy, said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, chief of infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Both hydroxychloroquine and convalescent plasma therapy have been touted by President Donald Trump, who appointed the FDA commissioner.

“The problem is both with hydroxychloroquine and with the convalescent plasma, we saw a real politicization of that scientific debate in a way that I think has all of us concerned,” Jha said.

“So what I’d like is for the science to drive this decision, for it to be very transparent, and for political leaders to not get involved in deciding when a medicine or a vaccine is safe or not.”

To increase public trust, several prominent physicians and experts have called for the creation of an independent commission separate from the FDA to review the data from COVID-19 vaccine trials.

“I’m hearing this from my peers, from doctors and nurses. They’re not anti-vaxxers. They’re pro vaccine. They vaccinated their own children. But they are skeptical about this vaccine,” said Dr. Kathryn Stephenson, director of the clinical trials unit at the Center for Virology and Vaccine Research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

But Paul Mango, deputy chief of staff for policy at the Department of Health Human Services, said any eventual approval of a COVID-19 vaccine would be the same as for any vaccine.

“There is a thing called a Data Safety Monitoring Board, an independent body that is assigned to each clinical trial,” Mango said.

“We have no insight into the data until the DSMB says we can look at it. They can come back and say, ‘This is not a good vaccine.’ They could come back before we even have 30,000 folks enrolled and say ‘We have enough. This looks great.'”

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Coronavirus and contact tracing, the work of the anti-outbreak teams

There is a real detective work behind the contact tracing, “Contact tracking”, one of the keys to containing the Covid 19 epidemic. A system that has always been used in plagues, the importance of which is emphasized in the weekly reports from the control room of the Ministry of Health. The anti-outbreak teams are based in the health and prevention departments of the ASL, unleashed as soon as the notification of a new case arrives.

3 out of 10 diagnoses

Each Region is organized independently but the secrets of success do not change: speed of intervention and the ability to trace the “suspects” through interrogation of the infected are the keys to success. 31.5% of swab diagnoses take place thanks to this activity, reports the latest report from the Istituto Superiore Sanità “On average we find 6 positive contacts for each infected person, but the people tested are many more, especially if the case of departure he is a young man with an intense social life », says Kyriakoula Petropulacos, director of health in Emilia Romagna and member of the national scientific technical committee, Cts. It begins with the identification of the closest contacts, the family members, extending it to the most distant in time up to go back to the 14 days prior to the diagnosis of positivity.

List of suspects

The search is done by telephone. With the help of the person concerned, the operator writes down a list of close contacts (i.e. people who have been close to the infected person for at least a quarter of an hour at a distance of less than one meter). Citizens generally collaborate. Antonio Miglietta, head of epidemiological service and prevention of infectious diseases Asl Rm 2, Rome, tells the technician who dealt with the chain of infections in a occupied palace in Rome, Garbatella district: «At the moment, when we call them, they panic. Then the memories of meetings and places frequented in the last two weeks re-emerge, if possible we are provided with mobile numbers.

The Immune App

The reconstruction is facilitated by our questions. Sometimes it can be useful to ask to go and find train, plane and bus tickets ». If the contact environment is a restaurant, the position of the tables and where the customers were seated are evaluated. That is why it is important for the manager to keep the list of reservations. To the manual tracking is added the computerized one linked toImmune app whose balance sheet is disappointing. Only 5 million Italians have downloaded. From 13 to 20 August 3 positives discovered they were positive thanks to the application alert.

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Coronavirus: in the US no tests if you are asymptomatic, but is it a good idea?

A recent decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Usa (CDC) is doing a lot of talk: the guidelines have been changed so exclude asymptomatic people from mandatory coronavirus tests, including those who had recently had contact with positive subjects. The version released on Monday specifies that people who have been in close contact with an infected individual – less than two meters and for at least 15 minutes – “don’t necessarily need a test” if they have no symptoms. Exceptions, the agency noted, could be made for “vulnerable” individuals, or for health care workers.


Two days before the symptoms one is very infectious

Although researchers remain uncertain about how often asymptomatic people unintentionally transmit the coronavirus, studies have shown that they can carry the virus in large quantities. The evidence is clearer for pre-symptomatic people, where i virus levels they tend to reach the peak just before the onset of the disease (about 48 hours). The other problem is that we are unable to distinguish asymptomatic from pre-symptomatic people until symptoms appear. Where there is good tracking of the chains of contagions in advance (so even on asymptomatic ones), there is better control of the epidemic and this is now proven. Also because people are isolated before infecting other people.

What do we do in Italy?

To test an asymptomatic or not? If there is no reason to think he was infected, no.If suspected, in Italy the case must still be reported to the ATS. We have already had a “problem” with testing only the symptomatic. We had to do it in February and the trend of infections largely escaped us, so much so that it was calculated that the number of positives was ten times as much. There was already a time when the asymptomatic patients were also traced: between January and February who came from China it had to be monitored.
Now the reasons for Italian optimism are based precisely on the fact that we have “intercepted” the epidemic, in fact we also test the asymptomatic who have come into contact with positive people or come from areas considered at risk. In this way we cut off the broadcast and spot many positives that would have escaped the investigation. Some of these can become super speakers and infect even the weakest people, precisely because they are unaware.

Current outbreaks

Upon returning from vacation, families get together and it is necessary to prevent the virus from reaching weak people: lately the outbreaks are associated with “recreational activities in Italy and abroad” (as stated in the ISS weekly report), the average age of positives is still lower, to 29 years, with “a lower clinical severity of diagnosed cases which, in most cases, are asymptomatic”. From Milan, however, the news of the first-new outbreak in a RSA arrives, with 21 guests and 1 operator infected. Monitoring the asymptomatic is to make young people who work in contact with weak subjects (RSA and hospitals) or in gathering places (supermarkets, factories, slaughterhouses) do not carry the virus around at work (or even in the family).

Territorial control

The current guidelines are trying to go to “Track down” and control outbreaks before they spread out. There are mandatory tests for people who are part of an outbreak and for those who have had contact with a positive and then there are screenings (recommended or implemented) for those arriving from countries or areas considered “at risk of contagion” and for those carrying out jobs considered “sensitive” to diffusion, such as doctors, nurses, health professionals or teachers. The big problem is increasing the ability to test, rather than reducing the subjects to be swab. There are ways and, from a scientific point of view, new tests and diagnostic possibilities arrive every month, you must know how to keep up from a practical and bureaucratic point of view and not be overtaken by the epidemic.

Teachers, the reason for the test

Anticipating the epidemic is also the aim of the serological tests offered to school staff: they are used to identify who had already encountered the virus in the past and therefore a know that it is not infectious (because those who test positive must also swab). The teacher with positive serological and negative swab can start the school year safely and with some personal peace of mind, because the results mean that most likely for a few months he shouldn’t get sick again (even if there is still no scientific certainty). On the other hand, serologists are also able to understand if a subject is infectious at that moment and therefore intercept a number of people who would have escaped, if asymptomatic.

Companies and individuals

With the return to school and work, in Italy the monitoring of the progress of the epidemic is entrusted to the territorial ATS with national coordination. A company (or an individual) can also do private screening, but the “at risk” cases are already included in the current guidelines. Privately, however, it is always better, in case, perform a serological test which in turn will eventually refer to a tampon. The swab, on the other hand, must be done in a certain window of time, because it can be negative today and positive tomorrow, and therefore be “useless” if performed in the wrong timing, so it is better to leave this type of examination to qualified personnel also with regard to the prescription.

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Bill Gates issues warning about malaria outbreak in the world | Coronavirus – Health


Tycoon Bill Gates made a call on his blog ‘Gatesnotes‘not to neglect health and also pay attention to the transmission of malaria because “the mosquitoes did not take their rest during the pandemic.”

“Mosquitoes bite every night and infect millions of people with malaria, a disease that kills a child every two minutes of every day,” he said. Gates on his blog.

(Keep reading: US intelligence says Wuhan withheld data on covid-19).

According to the billionaire, in 2014 when there was an Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the local health system was so overwhelmed with people suffering from the virus, that endemic diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria could not be treated. effectively. Which caused many deaths from causes other than Ebola to be added.

“There is no choice between saving lives from the covid-19 or save lives from malaria ”. And he added: “Lhe health officials must urgently face the challenge of controlling the pandemic and, at the same time, ensuring that malaria, as well as other diseases, are not neglected ”.

According to World Health Organization (WHO), malaria is a disease caused by parasites that is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected anopheles flies. Also known as malaria, it mainly affects children under the age of five.

(Also: They reveal the manual for the use of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus).

In 2018, there were 228 million cases of malaria around the world, of which 405 thousand turned out to be deaths. However, although it can be a deadly disease, if it is treated quickly, it can be cured.

Similarly, Bill Gates stressed that some countries have managed to stop the effects of covid-19 with the strategies used to control malaria.

“What is exciting to see is how some existing malaria programs are also helping to control covid-19. For example, emergency operations centers that track outbreaks of malaria in Africa they are now used to monitor the spread of covid-19 ”, he stressed.

Finally, the businessman recalled that the medical progress that has been made worldwide to combat malaria is one of the greatest successes in the field of health. He also emphasized the lives that can be saved when malaria is treated, specifically in vulnerable communities.

(You may be interested in: Back to class? WHO advice to reopen schools)

“Ridding the world of preventable and treatable diseases like malaria will save millions of lives and lead to healthier and more prosperous communities. And that will better prepare them to face new health challenges like covid-19 in the future. “

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Coronavirus outbreak in Swiss nightclub leaves 300 people quarantined – World

An outbreak of coronavirus in a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland, forced 300 people to be quarantined, due to the extremely rapid way in which the infection spread to people.

After six men tested positive for covid-19 days after being at the Swiss Flamingo Club on June 21, the 300 people who shared the space with them that night will be confined, as decided by the country’s health authorities.

The information, advanced by the agency Reuters, realizes that that night club was open, like others in Europe, but that the stay in the space was made with some restrictions.

In collaboration with those responsible for the space, the health authorities were able to contact all the actors at that party, including the disco staff. They are all in mandatory 10-day quarantine and are testing covid-19.

“Depending on the evolution and impact of this outbreak, we can admit to shutting down all clubs,” said health officials.

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Coronavirus, Ausl Bologna: ‘Outbreak Bartolini, with 107 cases’ – Emilia-Romagna region

Two positives are the guests of the centre for migrants: the way the screening belt in the hub

“Are 107 the total cases of positivity recorded at the Bartolini: 79 employees found to be positive at Covid-19, 28 were family members or acquaintances. At this point we can say we have done all the checks, on the last 109 swabs performed between administrative staff and drivers, we have 12 positive”. He said to ANSA, the director of the department of Public Health at the Usl of Bologna Paolo Pandolfi at a point in the outbreak discovered in the company of logistics of bologna.

POSITIVE ALSO TWO DRIVERS – Not only, warehousemen and family, but also the two drivers of the logistics centre of the Bartolini of Bologna tested positive for the Coronavirus. He does know the Usl of Bologna. Of the 107 positive, in fact, 79 of them are workers (77, warehousemen and drivers). Were then identified 28 other positive people, among relatives and contacts. At the hospital, are hospitalized, an employee and a family member/acquaintance, while the others are insulation the trustee in the home.

SCREENING CARPET IN THE HUB OF MIGRANT – Tomorrow, take in the screening with 200 buffers for the coronavirus in the hub for migrants, via Mattei in Bologna, following the verification of the two positive cases between the guests, warehousemen, Bartolini. He says to the ANSA Paolo Pandolfi, director of the department of public Health of the Ausl of Bologna, which, however precise: attention to give rise to Bartolini. “We are already on a war footing – stresses Pandolfi – I’m planning for tomorrow swabs for all those who are in that structure, nearly 200 people. Let’s do something mega in a short time. There are two cases positive to the Covid-19: are the cases of the persons who worked Bartolini”, as announced today by the bolognese edition of the Republic. “If you had to come out of any case, at that point, you will need to be very careful to say that it originates, perhaps, from Bartolini. At the centre of hospitality, the context is completely different from the others: it is a family environment, not a business context. It is a community context in particular, that affects, possibly, the evolution of the infection. Has a different story from the outbreak of the Bartolini”. “We are in contact with the Prefecture and the cooperative that manages the property, he concluded, “Pandolfi, referring to the possible closure of the hub – Tomorrow afternoon we will do everything”.

OUTBREAK BARTOLINI, VIA CONTAINMENT – That the logistics hub Bartolini of Bologna “is an outbreak that you start to be content”. Says Raffaele Donini, the department of health of the Emilia-Romagna region. “Our regional health care system knows how to fight the virus when it manifests, he added,” but no one should think that Covid-19 is a phenomenon that is now behind us.” The Bartolini have been made 328 swabs, highlighting 107 positive, of which 95 asymptomatic and 12 symptomatic, only two of which are hospitalized. It is, in fact, been put into the field a survey of contact tracing with the pads to act on at least three concentric circles of contacts of cases, from people who had developed symptoms, and continue to test even in the family and contacts of people positive and asymptomatic. “With the arrival of the last of 190 swabs today – continues Donini – reported to the staff of the company we can say that in this region, we have the ability to identify and contain any outbreaks. The survey makes us optimistic for what concerns the outbreaks of existing”.

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