Argentina.52 deaths and 2,845 new cases of Corona

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On Friday, the number of people infected with the new Corona virus (Covid-19) in Argentina exceeded the barrier of 72,000, after 2,845 cases were recorded within 24 hours.

This came according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Health in the country, indicating that the number of injuries reached 72,786 cases, after 2845 injuries were recorded within 24 hours.

The statement indicated that 52 new deaths were recorded as a result of infection with the virus during the past 24 hours, raising the total to 1,437 cases, indicating that this is the highest death rate recorded in one day since the virus spread.

Since March 20, Argentina has implemented social isolation that allows citizens to leave the house in order to meet basic needs only, during the time they are allowed to leave by virtue of the nature of their work.

As of Saturday dawn, the number of Corona patients in the world exceeded 11 million and 178 thousand, of whom more than 528 thousand died, and more than 6 million and 234 thousand recovered, according to the “worldometers” website that monitors the developments of the virus.


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The Argentine League is canceled due to the Corona virus

Source: Buenos Aires – dpa

The Argentine Football Association announced on Tuesday that all competitions for the current season have not been completed, including the First Division, which has been suspended since mid-March due to the outbreak of the emerging “Corona” virus.

The next football season in Argentina is scheduled to start in January 2021, noting that there will be no promotion or relegation for the first division before 2022.

In this, Argentine football legend Diego Maradona will be one of the beneficiaries of this decision, as he was threatened with relegation with his team, Jimnasia La Plata, who trained him this season.

The qualifying teams for the two continental club championships, the Libertadores Cup and the South American Clubs Cup (Sudamericana), for next season will be decided according to the arrangement of the Argentine league table before stopping.

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Al Ittihad newspaper – Corona injuries in Argentina increased to 8,371

The Argentine Ministry of Health reported 9 new deaths from the emerging coronavirus, bringing the total deaths to 382 since the start of the pandemic.

She added, that the number of injuries rose to 8,371, after 303 additional cases were counted during the past 24 hours, while the total number of recovered patients reached 2,625.
The capital leads the country’s regions with the largest number of injuries, with 3,342, followed by the province of Buenos Aires, with 2,761.

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This is what prevents Egypt from exporting Corona’s treatment to Arab countries

The president of the company confirmed the start of the production of the promising American drug “Remdisiver”

Source: Arabic.net

The Chairman of the Egyptian Eva Pharma Company, Dr. Riyad Armanious, expected that the company will be able to export the American anti-viral drug “Remdisever” after July 14, 2020.

Armanius said in an interview with “Arabia” that the Egyptian Eva Pharma Pharmaceutical Industries Company reached an agreement with the American company Gilead SCIENCES to manufacture its remdesivir anti-viral drug and distribute it in 127 countries.

He revealed that the new drug Egypt started using it 3 days ago on Corona patients, and gave priority to critical cases, explaining that this treatment can only be sold in hospitals because it is taken by intravenous injection.

He said that the countries that Egypt will be able to export the drug to in the first stage will be countries in North Africa, including Arab countries, due to the terms of the agreement with the American company, which determines the scope of export of this drug at the regional level.

He explained that under the agreement, Eva Pharma will be provided with all the technological methods and specifications of the manufacturing process and methods of the American company in order to enhance the schedule for the production of remdesivir as soon as possible.

He explained that the drug was available last week in most of the Egyptian hospitals designated for the health isolation of Covid 19 patients, expressing his hope that positive results will appear for this treatment soon.

He said that the production capacity of the company amounts to 20 thousand units per day, and this is a large and reassuring figure, explaining that the price of the drug authorized by the company to sell is equivalent to one third of the international prices, and there is nothing to prevent the sale at the same low price, in other countries to which the property will be exported from Egypt.

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An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closing of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said that he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Grave, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closing of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said that he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Grave, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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Corona reaps a former Egyptian soccer player and his mother and affects all members of his family

Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid

Days after his mother died of being infected with the Corona virus, a former Egyptian soccer player died of his infection as well.

Today, Monday, the death of former football player Mohamed Aloush of Tanta and Tala’i Al-Jaish clubs and the current technical director of the Osmoth Tanta team was confirmed after he was infected with the Corona virus.

The announcement of Alloush’s death came a few days after he had personally announced his mother’s death from being infected with the virus in Sadr Al-Mahalla Hospital, while a number of his family members were injured and they were admitted to isolation at Al-Mahalla Hospital as well.

The coaches and colleagues of the late player and coach stated that the body would be buried this afternoon Monday in the village of Al-Qurashiya, affiliated with Al-Santah Center in Gharbia Governorate, the player’s hometown.

Alloush had taken over the leadership of the Osmoth Tanta team, one of the third division teams, and he succeeded in taking over the training of some Arab teams.

He played for the clubs of Tanta, Pioneers of the Army, Damanhour, Olympic, and Smouha, and participated in the ranks of the Egyptian military team. After retiring from the ball, he went to the training field and took over the training of Al-Nasr and Hilal Tobruk clubs in Libya and Al-Samawah Club in Iraq.

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An Argentine is held in Peru due to Corona demanding that his country evacuate his dogs

Source: Lima – France Press

An Argentine adventurer held in Peru because of the closure of the border to limit the outbreak of the new Corona virus, he said he wanted to return home, but not without his dogs that he adopted during his travels.

“We are waiting in Lima for a humanitarian trip that takes my dog ​​so we can travel to Argentina,” 33-year-old surfer Michael Grave told AFP.

After hiking and biking in most parts of Peru for 40 days, Gray arrived in Lima where he spent nights with the two animals in a tent near the Argentine embassy.

“I am waiting for a response from my government. Officials have told me that there are no flights, and that pets cannot enter the plane,” said Graeff, of the northeastern town of Puerto Rico, which was founded by Swiss and German settlers.

This young man recounted that he started his journey across South America before the epidemic spread. On his way through Colombia and Ecuador, he found two dogs and called them “Shamo” and “Nilo”.

“He did not abandon me and I do not intend to abandon them. I will take them with me either by air or by walk.”

He said he bought “shampoo” from a Venezuelan while he was walking through Colombia and got a “nilo” in Ecuador.

“I wanted to travel because I needed to get to know Latin America in order to learn about cultures and people,” he added.

Peru is the second most affected country by the Coronavirus in Latin America, after Brazil, with more than 260,000 infections and more than 8,400 deaths.

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Sea lions expand in Argentina .. at the expense of Corona

Source: Mar del Plata (Argentina) – AFP

Sea lions, often seen on the shores of South Latin America, took advantage of isolation measures imposed on humans by the emerging Corona virus, to relax in the resort of Mar del Plata on the west coast of Argentina.

Vacationers used to see the sea lions on the coast of the city of 750 thousand people, located 400 kilometers southwest of Buenos Aires, but they are investing in this unique situation to go further on land.

Their crawl increased towards urbanization

They can now be seen playing in the parking lots or in front of closed souvenir shops.

“Because of the house quarantine, the streets were empty of people, so sea lions ventured to move away a little from their usual place,” said Juan Lorenzani, president of the Fona Argentina Foundation.

These mammals are accustomed to the hustle and bustle of the city, which welcomes thousands of tourists all year round, and is now enjoying an unprecedented calm since 20 March, when compulsory isolation was imposed on 44 million Argentines.

“These animals weigh between 350 and 500 kilograms of the largest size,” Lorenzani said, explaining that they have “the ability to control the temperature of their bodies, and seek protection from the wind.”

Commenting on the issue on the street, Jorge Persio said, as he went shopping, “The animals are taking advantage of the situation to enjoy more comfort.”

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Argentina .. A prison riot after wounding Corona

A group of prisoners ascended to the roof of the building and burned a number of curtain covers, throwing objects at the guards who tried to push them back.

The authorities did not comment on the riots, nor did they give details of possible injuries.

Prisoners could be heard screaming, demanding a judge to hear their case and provide better protection against the epidemic, days after confirmation of a prison warden with HIV.

It read on a banner hung on the roof of the prison: “Coved 19 in Devoto, the genocide judges,” while another on it read “We refuse to die in prison.”

Several other riots erupted in prisons last week, including in Florencio Varela in the Buenos Aires region, where a prisoner died and 20 were injured.

Argentina has imposed quarantine measures since March 20, and has recorded more than 3,400 infections and 167 deaths from the Coronavirus.

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The correspondents of “France Press” at the place, that the police cordoned off the “Villa Divuto” prison, which includes about 2,200 inmates in the Argentine capital, while explosions were heard.

A group of prisoners ascended to the roof of the building and burned a number of curtain covers, throwing objects at the guards who tried to push them back.

The authorities did not comment on the riots, nor did they give details of possible injuries.

Prisoners could be heard screaming, demanding a judge to hear their case and provide better protection against the epidemic, days after confirmation of a prison warden with HIV.

It read on a banner hung on the roof of the prison: “Coved 19 in Devoto, the genocide judges,” while another on it read “We refuse to die in prison.”

Several other riots erupted in prisons last week, including in Florencio Varela in the Buenos Aires region, where a prisoner died and 20 were injured.

Argentina has imposed quarantine measures since March 20, and has recorded more than 3,400 infections and 167 deaths from the Coronavirus.

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