Second wave? Resumption of the epidemic? Experts have been fighting each other on the subject for weeks, so much so that we no longer really know who to believe. This is an indisputable element this evening. It concerns wastewater in Île de France. The coronavirus is now at the same level as in March. This is what Vincent Maréchal, a virologist who is in charge of monitoring this wastewater, explains to us.
“Since the end of July and early August, there has been a further increase in the number of people carrying the virus. The levels we have today are indeed around those we had at the beginning of March“, concedes the virologist before continuing:” We do not know if we are at the beginning of a second peak of the same intensity. We must absolutely avoid finding ourselves in the situation we found ourselves in in March. We have multiple indicators that show that the virus is re-circulating, that it is actively re-circulating. More and more, the signals are coming on and the quantities of viruses that are detected are increasing, but they are increasing very slowly, ”explains Vincent Maréchal.
A different scenario, however
Irrefutable figures therefore since this wastewater is that of the entire population, not just figures from those tested. We therefore learn today that there are as many viruses in the stools of inhabitants of Île-de-France until early March. But be careful, this does not mean that we are in the same scenario.
Indeed, today’s sick population is younger. The 15-44 year olds are the most affected, and they are less likely to develop a severe form. In addition, this study proves that the virus circulates less quickly. In March-April, the rate detected in wastewater suddenly increased, today it is the opposite, it has been increasing very slowly since mid-June.
The virus circulates less quickly, resulting in: hospitals manage to manage the situation. In March, the intensive care units were completely saturated, which is not the case today. According to the ARS there are 1,300 intensive care beds reserved for Covid-19 patients throughout the Île-de-France, and of these 1,300 beds, only 278 are occupied.
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The educational institution issued a statement to confirm that the infiltrations of the Puebla Valley aquifer are older than 35 thousand years old; This dating of the water was carried out through the isotopic techniques of Radio Carbon 14, Delta Oxygen 18 and Delta Deuterium.
The experts of Interdisciplinary Center for Research and Studies on Environment and Development (CIIEMAD) of the IPN determined that the infiltration in the aquifer corresponds to the Quaternary period in the times of the Pleistocene and the Holocene.
Pedro Francisco Rodríguez Espinosa, A CIIEMAD researcher, said that the interglacial precipitations of the Pleistocene, added to those that occurred in the Holocene, managed to infiltrate the volcanic structure of La Malinche (in formation) and in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, which had great volcanic activity.
The IPN celebrated that with this research it is positioned as a pioneer in the isotopic dating of groundwater in the Puebla Valley aquifer which “will allow the application of actions aimed at regulating the overexploitation of water resources “
The analyzes also made it possible to find infiltrated water with ages of 2,280 years, 7,890 years, 8,700 years and up to 13,750 years old, said the IPN, the largest technological education center in Mexico with an enrollment of 180 thousand students at the upper, upper and postgraduate levels.
He melting of ice sheets and interglacial precipitation “They promoted the recharge of the aquifer, which in turn was under construction by means of sediments generated by the intense volcanic activity of the period, mainly from the Popocatépetl and La Malinche volcanoes,” said Rodríguez Espinosa.
The IPN explained that the group of experts in charge of the study had the participation of Rodríguez Espinosa himself; of the graduate student Karen Minelli Ochoa; and of Estefanía Martínez, from the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla.
Chindambaran S., from the Water Research Center of Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, and Banajarani Panda, from Department of Earth Sciences, Annamalai, University, India.
The information provided by the Meteorological Service indicates that according to the records of winter storms, from 1990 to 2015 there were 14 on average that affect the national territory, mainly the northern states of the country.
Faced with the beginning of the autumn-winter season, the Civil Protection Coordinator, Laura Velázquez, asked the population to take into account some recommendations such as keeping warm, wearing three or more layers of clothing, having several blankets and avoiding the use of heaters. charcoal or firewood.
Meanwhile, Blanca Jiménez Cisneros, General Director of the National Water Commission (Conagua), explained that due to the effects of these meteorological phenomena this agency will be attentive to the rains that may occur in the states of Sonora, Sinaloa, Veracruz, Tabasco and Chiapas, this so that the dams of these entities have enough space.
Tropical cyclone warned in the Gulf of Mexico
The coordinator of the SMN highlighted that there is currently a low pressure zone in the southwest of the Gulf of Mexico, which increased to a 90% probability for cyclonic development in the next 48 hours and in the next five days, which is located semi-parked at 280 km north-northwest of Veracruz and can cause torrential rains in Puebla and Veracruz, as well as very strong intense rains in San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, Hidalgo, Oaxaca and Chiapas.
“The models indicate that the system will strengthen rapidly because it will be in a region with high values of sea surface temperature that are abnormally warm, which is why it is expected to intensify to a tropical storm during this weekend,” he said. .
Bruno Le Maire and Barbara Pompili presented the Government’s new hydrogen strategy which aims to launch an industrial sector in France. An ambition welcomed by the players who must now honor the appointment and set up projects.
A strategy of seven billion to win a technological bet. Seven billion to be the best in Europe. This is the ambition of Bruno Le Maire and Barbara Pompili by presenting this Tuesday September 8 to the National Strategy for the Development of Carbonated Hydrogen in France. Faced with the players in the sector brought together by Afhypac, the ministers of the economy and ecological transition detailed the objectives, tools and funding channels that will be activated over the next two years to push back a technological frontier in order to respect the natural limits of the plant , according to Barbara Pompili. Bruno Le Maire is convinced of this: We have the industrial strengths and companies to create a French sector providing jobs and added value .
To organize this dynamic, Bruno Le Maire will take the head of a National Hydrogen Committee in which all the players in the sector will meet. The Government will also set up an interministerial task force to carry out the strategy internally.
Build and install electrolysers in France
This new hydrogen strategy aims to install enough electrolysers to make a significant contribution to the decarbonization of the economy. The Government is targeting a hydrogen production capacity of 6.5 GW by 2030. Among the various processes, the strategy retains electrolysis because it appears as the most promising and France already has high potential industrialists , justifies the Government. But other forms of renewable hydrogen production will also be supported.
Like the battery airbus which is taking shape, France intends to build an airbus for electrolysers by bringing about giga factory projects within the framework of an important Project of Common European Interest (PIIEC / IPCEI). France will devote a financial endowment of 1.5 billion euros to this.
Support hydrogen consumption in industry
To avoid chicken or egg syndrome, the strategy is to encourage the consumption of green hydrogen. First axis: industry. Especially that of refining which consumes hydrogen to desulphurize fuels. The Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC) is preparing a specific support method for this sector. The latter will be exempt from tax if it incorporates green hydrogen in its processes. These provisions will be presented in the 2021 finance law for implementation in 2023., said Laurent Michel, director of the DGEC. The latter hopes to encourage the substitution of fossil hydrogen by green hydrogen of 20,000 tonnes, for a sector that uses 145,000.
A mechanism of guarantees of origin will also emerge to upgrade carbonless hydrogen over hydrogen produced from fossil fuels. And to offset the additional cost of green hydrogen production, a support system such as a call for tenders + additional remuneration will support investment, the image of what has been set up in other sectors. renewable energy. AT To date, the price difference between electrolyzed hydrogen and conventional hydrogen is significant. It can be met by a carbon price but in the meantime, we need help, justifies Laurent Michel. The DGEC is counting on support over 15 years, a volume of projects representing a production of 90,000 tonnes of hydrogen for a budget of 325 million euros per year for 2022 and 2023. That is to say support around 7 euros per kg hydrogen produced.Consultation with stakeholders will be launched with the aim of notifying this state aid to the European Commission quickly and allowing it to be put in place by 2021., explained Barbara Pompili. The first calls for tenders would be open in early 2022 for a first selection of projects in the second half of 2022.
Support consumption in heavy mobility
The hydrogen meets the needs of high engine power or the needs of long autonomy, in particular for captive fleets covering long distances just in time., considers the Government. This is why its strategy particularly targets heavy mobility for the transport of passengers and goods. Utilities, heavy goods vehicles, trains, planes, buses, river shuttles, everything is screwed up. A call for projects (AAP) for technological bricks and demonstrators will be launched by Ademe to develop all the components and systems related to the production and transport of hydrogen, and its uses. This AAP is endowed with 350 M € until 2023.
In order to pool the uses of hydrogen, another AAP will be launched to create territorial ecosystems. By the end of the year, Ademe will launch the AAP Territorial Hydrogen Hub to select consortia bringing together communities and industrialists who provide solutions to maximize economies of scale. This call for projects will be endowed with € 275 million by 2023.
According to its director, Laurent Michel, the DGEC is in the process of setting up additional tax assistance for the purchase of heavy vehicles running on hydrogen.
Towards a hydrogen campus
In order to bring out the innovations necessary for the success of this strategy, an additional budget of 65 million euros will be directed towards research on hydrogen by the National Research Agency (ANR). This priority research program will be co-piloted by the CEA and the CNRS.
Employment is also an objective of the government strategy with, in sight, the development of skills and the creation, in the long term, of 50,000 and 150,000 direct and indirect jobs in this sector. In order to train all levels, the Government is calling for the creation of one or more hydrogen campuses which would bring together vocational high schools, universities and engineering schools in the same place. The challenge is to offer training and qualifications to train technicians to work on electrolysers, engineers, QHSE managers or even firefighters., details Bruno Le Maire.
In the meantime, a census of all existing training courses is underway.
Looking for projects
Of the € 7 billion pledged, € 3.4 billion will be allocated over the next two years: 54% for industry, 27% for mobility, 19% for research and innovation. Project leaders will thus be able to knock on the door of Ademe, BPI France, the National Research Agency or even the Caisse des Dépôts to innovate, industrialize or create territorial ecosystems around hydrogen. Of the 7 billion, we plan to mobilize 50% of this amount by 2023. It will start quickly, warns Karine Vernier of the general secretariat for investment.
On the side of Ademe, 150 million euros will be able to be released in the coming months according to modalities already proven: subsidies, subsidized loans, repayable advances. It will take projects, warns Arnaud Leroy, president of the agency. But it will not be open bar. We will look for projects that have a social and industrial utility. On the side of BPI France, we are also focusing on the usual funding methods. It is necessary to put fuel in the pipes already created, explains Nicolas Dufourq, its managing director. Repayable advances, innovation loans, seed capital, venture capital, calls for projects, these are extremely effective tools. There will be no budgetary rationing. You just have to find the entrepreneurs, he explains.
The players in the sector say they are ready to take up the challenge. From the 100 million euros initiated by Nicolas Hulot’s hydrogen plan, we are moving to another scale with 10 years of visibility but also employment requirements and value creation, it is a real industrial challenge. considers Christelle Werquin, general delegate of Afhypac.
You have to think of everything before going back to the moon andconsider installing an inhabited base there. How to build buildings and insulate them from extreme temperatures? How to protect yourself from radiation and micrometeorites? How to produce water and oxygen? And most importantly… How to get rid of this awful and unbearable gray dust that sticks everywhere? The astronauts of the Apollo missions often complained about it: the lunar regolith, the rock dust that covers the surface of the star, is very fine, both sticky and abrasive. She clings to the suit without being able to dislodge it, stiffens her joints and damages her boots. It covers the solar panels and the visors of the helmets.
Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr picking up a rock sample, boots stained with dust, during the Apollo 12 mission in November 1969. Photo Nasa
In 2017, an American doctoral student worked for NASA on the design ofa combination that would repel regolith. Today, researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder have a complementary new idea: what if we cleaned the dust with an electron beam? In a vacuum chamber, they carried out the test with a kind of electron gun on dusty surfaces… and the regolith flies away as if by magic. The negative charge of the electrons builds up on the target area, until the surface and dust “Repel each other” like magnets, explains Xu Wang, co-author of the study published in Astronautics Act.
Not only is the Moon dusty, it rusts too! University of Hawaii planetologist Shuai Li recently delved into data recorded by the Indian probe Chandrayaan-1, which orbited the Moon for nine months in 2008-2009. And he noticed an interesting thing: in the polar regions, the light reflected from the surface of the Moon seemed to carry the spectral signature of thehematite, an iron oxide. We know that the Moon is full of iron rocks, but by what miracle were they able to oxidize, when there is neither liquid water nor oxygen on our satellite?
Mineralogical map of the Moon produced with the Indian probe Chandrayaan-1. Areas in blue show water, concentrated (as ice) at the poles. This is where the hematite was detected.Image ISRO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Brown University/USGS
Shuai Li requested NASA’s assistance to verify his find. “At first, I didn’t believe it, testifies Abigail Fraeman, geophysicist at NASA. It shouldn’t exist, because of the conditions on the moon. ” But after analysis, it confirms the presence of hematite on the Moon. It remained to explain its origin. A hint: there is more hematite on the visible side of the Moon than on its far side. The team led by Shuai Li therefore hypothesizes, this week in Science Advances, that oxygen traveled from Earth’s atmosphere to the Moon, along the tail of Earth’s magnetosphere. But is it recent, or very old? It will be necessary to measure the isotopes of oxygen in the lunar hematite to estimate its age. Oxygen could very well have approached the Moon when it was much closer to the Earth, a few billion years ago.
Tripled stars make leaning planets
Our solar system is simple, flat and well organized: all the planets orbit globally on the same plane. But how does this work in more complex systems, with three stars for example? Well, it’s a mess and the planets are going all over the place!
A team of astronomers described in the magazine Science of the week, the GW Orionis planetary system, which they managed to photograph with the Very Large Telescope in Chile. Located 1300 light years away, GW Orionis is still young. It has three suns and an immense cloud of dust which will gradually aggregate to give birth, in a few million years, to planets. This nursery is called the protoplanetary disc. However, astronomers discovered in the detailed photo of GW Orionis that its disk is twisted, and that it contains a dust ring with a completely different orientation. The proof: this ring casts a shadow on the rest of the disk around it.
On the right, the photo of GW Orionis where we see the central ring separated from the protoplanetary disc, on which it projects a shadow. Left, artist’s impression of the disc and the dust ring in 3D, from the photo. ESO / L images. Calçada, Exeter / Kraus et al.
“Any planet formed within the inclined ring will be characterized by a strongly inclined orbit around the star”,predicts researcher Alexander Kreplin from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, co-author of the study.
The vast majority of stars have a companion, even two or more. We will therefore not fail to observe other systems with planets orbiting on a very different plane. It only lacks a little technology to successfully observe them, because unlike the protoplanetary disk of GW Orionis, which reflects the light of its stars well, the planets already formed are dark and difficult to spot (we often guess the presence of exoplanets indirectly, by detecting movement or variations in the luminosity of their star). But Alexander Kreplin is confident: “We believe that we will be able to discover in the future many planets in oblique, very distant orbits, as part of planetary imaging campaigns, carried out using in particular the ELT.” L’Extremeley Large Telescope, European, is under construction in Chile and should come into operation around 2025.
Portrait in the sun of Comet Neowise
Comet Neowise passed closest to the Sun on July 3, 2020, at a distance of only 43 million kilometers… and it survived. “Other comets often break into several pieces, due to the thermal and gravitational stress undergone when approaching the Sun, recalls NASA. But this photo taken by Hubble shows that the solid core of Neowise apparently remained intact. ”
After being the star of the summer, parading in the night sky with enough light to be admired with the naked eye, with binoculars, and to be photographed by all the amateurs, the comet Neowise continues to be scrutinized by the professional instruments. The space telescope Hubble shot him the picture on August 8, zooming to the maximum. We cannot distinguish the matter (rock and ice) from the core, but we can distinguish the two jets of dust and gas ejected by the comet, which go in opposite directions. This gas cloud is 18,000 kilometers wide in the photo.
Photo of comet Neowise (C / 2020 F3) taken from the ground on July 16, 2020. In the inset, Hubble photo taken on August 8, 2020 after the perihelion passage. Images Zoltan G. Levay & NASA, ESA, STScI, Q. Zhang (Caltech)
Rector Nicolaita highlighted the transparency of the process and the conduct of the examination with all the necessary care and sanitary measures.
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Morelia, Michoacán. The Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (UMSNH), presented the results for the high demand careers, including the medical surgeon and midwife program.
Young people who did not remain within the accepted ladder will be able to opt for careers that still have vacancies, said the rector Raúl Cárdenas Navarro.
In a formal event that was broadcast online, the applicants were able to find out the results from the university, after their delivery by the National Assessment Center (CENEVAL).
The results were read by the Secretary General, Pedro Mata Vazquez; in addition to the presence of officials from the Nicolaita cabinet and the representation of the student’s houses who validated the transparency of the process.
During his message, the Rector Nicolaita highlighted the transparency of the process and the conduct of the examination with all the necessary care and sanitary measures.
Apple is close to opening the first floating store. The new store will open “soon” in Singapore, where it will be the third store. The chosen place is Marina Bay, the bay in front of the mouth of the Singapore River, an area of skyscrapers, shopping malls and luxury hotels. The store is called “Apple Marina Bay Sands” and, as the Cupertino company reports on its website, “it will be at the center of creativity, a space to explore, connect and create something new”.
A group of experts assembled by the World Health Organization examined the evidence on COVID-19 and its transmission in children, as well as the limited evidence available on child use of masks.
Based on that analysis and taking into account other factors, such as psychosocial needs and developmental milestones of children, WHO and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) recommended that the use of a mask should not be mandatory for children under five years of age, for the sake of the safety and general interest of the child and given their inability to properly use a mask with minimal assistance.
The WHO and UNICEF recommend that children from 12 years of age use a mask in the same cases as adults, particularly when a minimum distance of one meter from others cannot be guaranteed and there is widespread transmission in the area.
Organizations advise, however, to always consult and respect the practices recommended by local authorities.
The masks that children should use
Generally healthy children can wear cloth or hygienic masks. In this way, it is possible to control the origin, that is, to avoid transmitting the virus to other people if the child is infected and is not aware that it is.
The adult providing the cloth mask should ensure that it is the correct size and sufficiently covers the child’s nose, mouth and chin.
Children with underlying health problems such as cystic fibrosis, cancer, or immunosuppression should, in consultation with their healthcare providers, wear medical or surgical masks.
Medical masks reduce the spread of the virus and protect the user and are recommended for anyone who is at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.
The correct way to use the mask
Children should follow the same principles as adults regarding the use of masks. This includes cleaning your hands before putting on the mask for at least 20 seconds if using a hydroalcoholic gel or at least 40 seconds if using soap and water.
Make sure that the mask is the right size to cover the nose, mouth, and chin. Children should be taught to use the mask correctly and, among other things, not to touch the front of the mask, not to pull it towards the chin or to put it in their mouth. They should keep the mask in a bag or envelope and not share it with anyone.
Masks for children with COVID-19
All children with symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 should wear a medical mask for as long as they can handle it. The child should be isolated and seek medical help as soon as she begins to feel ill, even if the symptoms are mild. Family members or caregivers who come within a meter of the sick child at home must also wear a mask.
Any household member who is ill or has tested positive for COVID-19 should isolate themselves from everyone else, if possible. If the child comes within one meter of a sick person at home, both the adult and the child should wear a medical mask during that time.
Masks and sports
It is not recommended for children to wear the mask while playing sports or physical activities, such as running, jumping or playing on the playground, so that it does not affect their breathing. When organizing these types of activities for children, it is important to apply the rest of the fundamental public health measures: maintain a minimum distance of one meter from others, limit the number of children who play together, facilitate access to facilities for hand hygiene and encourage their use.
Masks and visors as an alternative option
In the context of COVID-19, some children may not be able to use masks, either due to certain disabilities or in specific situations, such as speech therapy classes, in which the teacher needs to see their mouths.
In these cases, face shields can be considered an alternative to face masks, but they do not provide equivalent protection to avoid transmitting the virus to others.
If you decide to use a mask, it must cover the entire face, surround it on both sides and extend below the chin. In addition, care must be taken when using them to prevent them from breaking and causing injury to the eyes or face.
Adults should use a mask with children
In areas of widespread transmission, all adults under the age of 60 and in general good health should wear a cloth mask when they cannot guarantee a distance of at least one meter from others. This is particularly important for adults who work with children and who may have close contact with children and with each other.
People 60 and older and those with an underlying condition, such as heart disease, diabetes, or lung cancer, should wear a medical or surgical mask, as they are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.
“Avatar the last Airbender”Was one of the most successful series of Nickelodeon which also came to Netflix recently. After it, the Avatar story continued with his next incarnation, Korra, a waterbender who became the new protector of the world after Aang’s passing. What happened to her after finishing the sequel?
This question is asked by many fans who followed the story of Once in the animated series that continued Nickelodeon. At that time, although many were disappointed because “The Legend of Korra”Did not have the same impact as the main program, its narration extended the universe of Avatar on television.
Unfortunately, those responsible decided to transfer the continuation of the story of Once to a trilogies of comics, opting this format over an animated series. For the same reasons, many do not know what happened after Once and Asami will travel to Spirit World.
What exactly happened next? There was a Avatar after the adventures of Once or did your fictional universe end there? Screenrant recounts the most important moments in the life of Once after the end of the series on television, when the world has again turned into chaos and the Avatar should help him.
WHAT HAPPENED AFTER “THE LEGEND OF KORRA” WITH KORRA?
1. Korra and Asami started dating as a couple
The relationship of Once and Asami was left more or less ambiguous in the program Nickelodeon, but the graphic novels were free to explore his feelings smoothly. During their trip to the Spirit World, Korra and Asami finally discuss how they feel and confess when they started falling in love.
Once Explains how Asami helped her recover after her poisoning, and Asami explains that the three years that Korra was away were very difficult for her. But even though they have strong feelings for each other, not everything turns out so well. Excited about their relationship, Once carries Asami to meet their parents.
At first, his mother and father are excited and pleased, but the father of Once She also comments that it would be better not to tell others about it, as they fear that people will not understand their relationship. Once she’s angry at his reaction, but Asami sees some wisdom in his advice.
Later, Kyra, one of the sons of Aang and Katara, talks to Korra and reveals that she has also had relationships with women. Kyra explains how reactions to same-sex relationships vary by nation, with the Air Nomads those who accept the most and the Earth Kingdom those who have the least affinity.
While his talk dulls the emotion of Once for sharing the news with the world, they finally tell Bolin, Mako and his other friends. Everyone is happy and accepts them, although Mako needs time to adjust to the news of their romance. At the end of Turf Wars, Once and Asami They confess their love for each other and stay together.
2. The Territorial Wars
During “Avatar: The Last Airbender”, The spirit world was kept separate from the mortal world and most spirits avoided humans, with a few exceptions such as Koh the face thief. However, this changed after the events of “The Legend of Korra”.
With a portal that opened in the middle of Republic City, the spirits began to fear that humans would invade and destroy their home. Although most spirits were against intervening in human affairs, conflict was deemed inevitable. Attack of In the afternoon destroyed the city center and with the expansion of the Wild spirits, many people were left homeless and the city was thrown into chaos.
The triads that controlled the city lost their territories and an ambitious young non-teacher named Tokuga took advantage of the chaos to kill the previous leader of the Triple Threat Triad. Once at the top Tokuga started a turf war against the gang Creeping Crystal to gain more power and territory.
Meanwhile, the CEO of Keum Enterprises, Wonyong Keum, decided to turn the land around the spirit portal into an amusement park, hoping to send tourists to the spirit world. His plans enraged the spirit of the dragon eel, which threatened Wonyong.
After Once sided with the spirits and the airbenders began to protect the area from further development, Wonyong hired Tokuga and the Triple Threat Triad to take control of the land. Conflict broke out, with the spirit of the dragon eel darkening and unleashing an attack on Tokuga, disfiguring the leader of the triad.
Wanting revenge and thinking that Once had sent spirits to attack him, Tokuga took over the Keum Companies and attempted to conquer Republic City, threatening to release deadly poison throughout the city if his demands were not met. Fortunately, the team Avatar managed to stop it, but Tokuga escaped and disappeared in the Spirit World.
3. The elections of the United Republic of Nations
Due to the devastation of the attack on In the afternoon and the vestiges of Spirit World that seeped into the city, Republic City it was in very bad shape during the Territory Wars. A camp for evacuees was set up to help those who lost their homes due to the destruction.
Zhu Li, former assistant to Varrick And now a wife, she was in charge of recovery efforts, helped organize the camp and developed a housing project to find homes for refugees. Meanwhile, the president Raiko was seen as a coward for leaving town during the attack on In the afternoon, so in an effort to be re-elected he usurped the housing project of Asami and Zhu Li, claiming it was his idea.
Seeing how corrupt and self-centered she was acting Raiko, Asami suggested that Tenzin should run for office, but he refused, explaining that it was necessary as the leader of the new Airbenders. Instead, Tenzin suggested that Zhu Li could be a better candidate.
After reflecting on this and with the support of Varrick, decided to compete against Raiko for the presidency of the United Republic of Nations. At the end of the Territory Wars, she was chosen thanks to her selfless efforts during the attack on Tokuga that were captured by the documentary team of Varrick.
4. The choice of the Earth Kingdom and the fate of Kuvira
After the actions of In the afternoon and the murder of the Queen of the Earth, he King Wu announced that he would abolish the monarchy and implement democratic elections to decide the future of the Earth Kingdom. However, his efforts displeased those who were still loyal to the Earth Empire.
The tensions were gestated by the trial of In the afternoon and Guan, a commander still loyal to the empire, led his army to the city of Gaoling, where elections were planned, and announced his candidacy. In response, Once He asked Toph Beifong to compete against him, hoping his popularity would ensure that the Earth Nation did not fall into the hands of Guan.
However, Guan had other plans. He captured the friends of Once, including the king Wu, and used brainwashing techniques more advanced than those of Dai Li in the population to make sure the election was overwhelming in their favor. but Guan made a mistake capturing In the afternoon. Although she was the leader of the Earth Empire, Guan believed he was under the control of Once and “rescued” her from Team Avatar with the aim of convincing her to join him.
However, In the afternoon she was deeply against her use of brainwashing and escaped before the technique could be used on her. She asked for help Suyin and then joined Once. But when they hesitated to fight Guanpreferring to consult other world leaders, In the afternoon He took matters into his own hands and fled back to the city from jail.
She tracked down Guan and defeated him in a single combat. Meanwhile, the EquipmentAvatar found a way to reverse the brainwashing, getting people back to normal. Together, they managed to free the city from the control of Guan. While In the afternoon had previously proclaimed that he was innocent during his trial, after the crisis with Guan he finally decides to admit his guilt and face justice. Since she helped arrest the Commander, she has been sentenced to house arrest and makes peace with the family Beifong.
Sokka’s speech in a memory of “The Legend of Korra”
Sokka’s speech in a souvenir from “The Legend of Korra”
A total of 80 thousand users will benefit from the Camino Nuevo Barranquilla that advances in the old building of the Barranquilla Hospital, located in the San Roque neighborhood.
The new project, which is built in an area of 11,019 square meters without affecting the heritage building of the current Hospital, guarantees care for users who reside in the Historic Center and the southeast of the city.
The new hospital center will have a level 2 complexity, 24-hour emergency services, 8-hour external consultation and imaging, and will offer different services.
In addition, it will have two procedure rooms, a resuscitation room and observation rooms for adult patients and children.
Its delivery is scheduled for May 2021. The total investment is $ 87,331 million in civil works and endowments.
It will also have outpatient services for promotional care, prevention, outpatient consultation, outpatient consultation and specialized consultation.
It will have a promotion and prevention office for adults and children, four general medicine offices, seven specialized medicine offices, a minor procedures office, a psychology office, a dental and oral hygiene office with three cubicles, and a vaccination office.
The Health walkers will also offer systematized services to provide personalized attention.
The surgical-obstetric service will have two delivery rooms, labor recovery with neonatal adaptation and sterilization service.
While the hospitalization area will have 120 beds, 33 two-person rooms for adults, 16 one-person rooms for adults, two rooms for isolated, 3 two-person pediatric rooms, two neonatal rooms with five cribs, four one-person pediatric rooms, eight intensive care units and eight intermediate care units.
This project is part of the comprehensive modernization of the District’s public health network, which has been implemented in the last 12 years with the aim of guaranteeing timely and quality care.
Mayor Jaime Pumarejo Heins has expressed his commitment to strengthening preventive medicine, one of the lessons that has been learned in the course of the pandemic, and which allows the early detection of patients with comorbidities that in many cases involve risk to their lives.
“Here we are going to have all the necessary elements to fulfill this objective,” said the mayor.
The district president made an inspection tour to find out how the work that rises in the same place is progressing, where the first hospital center in Barranquilla worked, built between 1871 and 1876, and which became over the years into one of the emblematic sites of this city.
Although Barranquilla is on the list of cities with the lowest unemployment rate in the country, the District is looking to recover the 150,000 jobs that the city lost during the health emergency.
Between now and 2021 Barranquilla will invest more than $ 5 billion. The investments will be destined to education, health, public services, drinking water and basic sanitation, equipment, transportation and culture, among others.
The District says that these projects, included in the 2020-2023 Development Plan, will generate employment, taking into account that each peso invested by the State is multiplied by six, seeking that the economy grows at a rate of 8%.
The mayor estimates that the current reopening points him to that goal of “recovering employment.”
Barranquilla was the city, among the main in the country, with the lowest growth in the unemployment population and the second lowest growth in the inactive population, the Mayor’s Office reported.