Editorial

New Normal: the abnormality…

They ask us to get used to a “new normal”. In my mind, new and normal never married. What is new – good or bad – is hardly normal. Maybe it was better to ask us to get used to living in abnormality. Better and more real. This comes with regard to some…
SocietyWorld

Covid-19: India exceeds nine million cases

The country’s health authorities reported that the total number of people infected with the new coronavirus has exceeded nine million. According to Worldometer, India is the second country in the world with the most cases of Covid-19, followed by Brazil, about to…
ChinaPolitics

Europeans look at China with suspicion, but doors remain open

Nearly 20,000 people in 13 countries were asked about Beijing’s stance in the world China’s reputation in Europe is tarnished, largely because of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, many consider that, in addition to the scourge, his aggressive style of diplomacy…
SocietyWorld

US approves first rapid home Covid-19 test

The US issued an emergency use authorization for the first self-administered rapid coronavirus test Tuesday, as more parts of the country increase restrictions in an attempt to halt a Covid-19 surge. The Food and Drug Administration approved a testing kit for people age…
SocietyWorld

Covid-19 active cases in Goa fell in the last month

New Covid-19 infections have shown a consistent drop since last month in Goa, and yesterday, the count of active cases in the state dropped below the 1500 mark. Goa recorded 285 recoveries, which is more than double the new ones. cases detected throughout the day. The…
Editorial

Vaccinate the future

The news we all expected was given in the past few days. PFizer and BioNTech, associated companies in search of a vaccine against Covid-19, announced that by the end of the year they will have one, with 90% effectiveness. There are other vaccines on the way that may have…
SocietyWorld

EU could see first Covid-19 jabs in "early 2021"

The first vaccinations in the European Union against Covid-19 could happen in the first three months of 2021 under an optimistic scenario, the EU health agency chief told AFP on Wednesday. “I think optimistically first quarter next year, but I can’t be more…