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  • Jan 21,2021
    SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The Covid-19 pandemic is leaving São Paulo cities with no available ICU (Intensive Care Unit) beds. A total of ten cities in São Paulo are in this situation, according to a survey by the State Secretariat of Regional Development. The cities with full ICU bed occupancy are Américo Brasiliense, Artur Nogueira, […] The post Ten Cities in São Paulo State With Full ICU Bed...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A shortage of oxygen tanks in Mexico City and a fourfold rise in prices for the life-saving gas are compounding the coronavirus crisis for the sprawling capital's hard-hit inhabitants. In the metro area, home to some 22 million people, more than 20 medical oxygen distributors consulted by Reuters this week […] The post Runaway Cost of Oxygen Tanks Adds Extra Agony to...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  Bolivia has been going through the second wave of infections from the new coronavirus since the end of last year, with more than 2,000 cases a day, something that had not happened since July and August, even exceeding that first stage. The latest data from the Ministry of Health show […] The post Bolivia Once Again Beat its Daily Record of COVID-19 Infections With 2,655...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Uruguay, the saturation of intensive care beds due to the resumption of activities after the holidays and the possibility that this means more infections of Covid-19said this Thursday the scientist Fernando Paganini, a member of the Government’s Honorary Scientific Advisory Group (GACH). "It is not ruled out that CTI […] The post Majority of Uruguay Doctors Alert...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is set to receive the go-ahead from the government on Friday to collect two million doses of Serum Institute’s (SII) Covishield vaccine, two weeks after Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi for their “urgent” clearance, sources confirmed to an Indian newspaper. The consignment, which was due […] The post India to Clear...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine President Alberto Fernandez has been vaccinated against the coronavirus using the Sputnik V vaccine, an official confirmed on Thursday, January 21st. Fernandez, 61, was vaccinated a day after Argentina’s health regulator approved the Russian-made vaccine for use among over 60s . . . To read the full NEWS and […] The post Argentine President Alberto Fernandez...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Brazilian company has begun test production of the active ingredient for Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine and plans to reach full manufacturing in April, which would make it the first shot for which Brazil would not be dependent on imports. “This week we started making a pilot lot of […] The post Russian Vaccine Could Be Fully Produced in Brazil by April –...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, January 21st, Mexico’s president forcefully defended his drive to strengthen the state’s role in the energy sector, seeking to downplay hopes he might cede ground under a new U.S. administration which investors hope will defend their rights. Arguing the last government skewed the market in favor of private […] The post Mexico’s President Digs in...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A dispute among Brazil's largest banks could be the first judicial "trial by fire" of PIX, the Central Bank's (BC) new instant payment system. Case documents, released by the Cointelegraph website, show that in November 2020, shortly after the payment system was launched, Itaú Bank had a severe flaw in […] The post Itaú Made R$1 Million Duplicate Transfers Using PIX,...
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  • Jan 21,2021
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the São Paulo government, 15,000 healthcare professionals have already been vaccinated with the CoronaVac and the state has been immunizing a healthcare professional every three minutes. On Wednesday, January 20th, Butantan Institute director Dimas Covas said that the raw material for Butantan to continue the production of the […] The post CoronaVac: Supplies...
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