Córdoba adds 118 new cases and 36 hospitalizations due to Covid in the last 24 hours

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The Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía has notified this Saturday that the province of Córdoba has added another 118 infections, one death and 36 hospitalizations due to Covid 19 in the last 24 hours.

Currently, in the hospitals of the Cordoba province there are a total of 212 hospitalized patients with coronavirus, of which 43 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The report points out that 250 people recovered from the disease in the last day have also been counted.

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In total, the coronavirus has already caused the death of 436 people in the province of Córdoba since last March. In addition, 22,693 people have tested positive in a PCR test.

For their part, Andalusian hospitals register this Saturday, November 28, a new reduction in the number of hospitalized by Covid-19 coronavirus with 150 fewer in 24 hours and a total figure of 2,265, the largest drop this week and a lower figure for the fourth day in a row to the maximum peak recorded in the first wave at the end of March.

For its part, the number of people admitted to an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) drops a dozen in 24 hours to 466, 46 less than seven days ago.

These data appear in a graph published on social networks by the Junta de Andalucía, consulted by Europa Press, which reflects the daily evolution of hospital admissions due to Covid-19 in the autonomous community.

The number of hospitalized patients fell for the fourth consecutive day after falling by 136 on Friday and Thursday and by 140 on Wednesday, rising by 42 people on Tuesday and 58 on Monday and falling by 220 on Sunday and 91 last Saturday. The 2,265 hospitalized patients counted this Saturday are 682 less than the 2,947 registered seven days ago.

The number of admissions to the ICU registers its second day of decline, decreasing by ten on Saturday and by a dozen on Friday after increasing by one on Thursday, decreasing by five on Wednesday, registering no changes on Tuesday, and decreasing by 13 on Monday, in eleven on Sunday and seven last Saturday.

The 466 ICU patients counted this day are 46 less than the 512 hospitalized in these units a week ago and surpass the 438 patients counted on March 30 in the maximum peak of the first wave by 28 patients.

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London and Madrid agree on a system to protect cross-border workers in Gibraltar

In the midst of the impasse in the negotiations between Great Britain and the European Union, mainly due to the problems arising from the fishing agreement, London and Madrid announced on Monday a system so that the 15,000 cross-border workers who have employment in Gibraltar, are not deprived of their acquired rights.

Diplomatic representatives of Spain and the United Kingdom, responsible for the Government of Gibraltar and the Commonwealth of Municipalities of Campo de Gibraltar had been working on this for two years, when the memorandums of understanding between Spain and the United Kingdom on Gibraltar were signed, to mitigate the impact of Brexit, whose transitional period will end next December 31st.

The agreement affects 15,000 community citizens, including 10,000 Spaniards, who have to cross the Gate daily to go to their jobs on the Rock and who, through this procedure, will be able to make their rights effective as of January 1 2021. The main problem lies in some other thousands of unquantified people who live from the underground economy and not precisely the illicit ones, but in domestic service, the hotel industry and some sectors around which the undocumented subsist.

According to information released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation, this solution is related to the withdrawal agreement that guaranteed the maintenance of all labor rights enjoyed by cross-border workers before Brexit under Union law Europe. The specific Protocol on Gibraltar was intended to “reinforce this aspect”.

Precisely this Tuesday, the Government of Gibraltar has published a new Technical Note of which it has been issuing as a roadmap to follow after Brexit in aspects that can affect daily life, work and business, in the Rock. This agreement on the rights accumulated by workers, unemployed or entrepreneurs, who come from the EU, EEA (European Economic Area, which includes Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and Switzerland who work in Gibraltar and live in Spain.

Back and forth

The Withdrawal Agreement signed by the United Kingdom and the European Union – recalls an official note from the Gibraltarian authorities – entered into force in February this year and establishes the rights that British citizens, including Gibraltarians, would retain, working on the other side from the border, in the European Union, and EU citizens working in the UK and Gibraltar. This reciprocity also extends to citizens of the EEA and Switzerland.

“The latest guide clearly states that only people registered as cross-border workers as of December 31, 2020, will be able to exercise their rights under the Withdrawal Agreement. A mechanism is also established so that people can check if they are qualified as such as of December 1, 2020, ”says the Government of Gibraltar, which is going to launch a web page where said registration can be made and that will be operational that day through the link frontierworkers.egov.gi

Cross-border workers may request a letter from the Gibraltarian government to identify them as such. However, “in those cases where the status of a person as a cross-border worker in Gibraltar is certified by inclusion in the electronic list maintained by the Gibraltar Employment Department, it will not be mandatory for cross-border workers to obtain a copy of said letter. ”.

Until now, official attempts to carry out a realistic census of these workers have barely had the collaboration of the interested parties themselves, paradoxically fearful that such a measure could adversely affect them or be simply useless.

It is, however, a reciprocal measure between the parties, so it also affects Gibraltarians and other British citizens who reside in Gibraltar but work in Spain and to whom the executive of Fabian Picardo recommends that they familiarize themselves with the registration procedures on this side of the border, so that they can enforce that same agreement.

Reaching the agreement has not been easy and contacts between the parties, even unofficial ones, have abounded. The Foreign Ministry recalled that, on the Spanish side, the Association of Municipalities of Campo de Gibraltar, the Junta de Andalucía and the General State Administration have participated in the meetings. Yesterday, Juan Franco, Mayor of La Línea, visited Fabian Picardo at the Gibraltar Government headquarters to discuss these and other issues. Since the entry into force of the Withdrawal Agreement, as pointed out by Foreign Affairs, “the three administrations have negotiated how to apply these rights to those who enter Gibraltar every day to work.” That was the purpose, the memorandum on Citizen Rights, which motivated a meeting in La Línea on October 21, which expanded the contents of two other previous meetings since the lack of definition.

Fluency at the border

The calendar to follow is through the entry into operation of said website and, as of January 1, 2021 and only at the request of the interested parties, if they wish, they may request a letter from the Gibraltar authorities certifying their employment status. In the event that a worker who is outside that registry may present his case to the Gibraltarian authorities in order to find a possible solution. If one of the critical points of the current negotiations consists of the fluidity of the border, for now it has been achieved that cross-border workers will be able to prove their identity at any time and when entering Gibraltar with their passport and ID card from Spain or another country of the European Union.

According to the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “the parties will continue to meet to analyze any issue that may arise in coordination with the European Commission as guardian of the Treaties of the European Union and their correct application.”

In the case of Gibraltar, cross-border workers who appear as such in said registry, “may, after December 31, 2020, continue to work in Gibraltar and may benefit from the same community rights that they currently enjoy.” For Gibraltar to consider them as cross-border workers covered by the agreement, they must legally work in Gibraltar with an employment contract or self-employed workers who carry out a legal activity in Gibraltar, as the scope of their activity, for which “it will be necessary that the center of interest in the activities of the self-employed worker is located in Gibraltar and is subject to Gibraltar social security legislation ”.

The agreement will also cover people who, having worked for another person or as self-employed in Gibraltar, may retain their status as cross-border workers, as long as the cessation of their activity is related to temporary inability to work as a result of illness or accident, pregnancy or Birth; or they are in a situation of involuntary unemployment, provided that they are registered as such after having enjoyed employment in the Rock, at least for one year. Also those unemployed who have worked at La Roca for less than a year, but may only maintain their status as cross-border workers for a maximum of six months. Under this umbrella also covers the unemployed who are in training or those who have decided to leave their job to improve their training in the labor branch in which they had been hired.

“Cross-border workers covered by the Withdrawal Agreement will be able, beyond December 31, 2020, to continue working in Gibraltar and will be able to benefit from the same community rights that they currently enjoy,” said document states. In practice, this means that skilled cross-border workers will continue to have the same EU-based labor rights that they currently enjoy. This includes the right to non-discrimination, the right to start an activity in Gibraltar and the right to social and tax benefits. Therefore, for example, qualified cross-border workers will maintain the same conditions that have existed until now with regard to unemployment benefits ”.

At the same time, unemployed persons may find protection in said agreement “when, 12 months after leaving work and thereafter, they provide proof that they continue to seek employment or self-employment in Gibraltar”.

Grace period

In fact, as specified in the Note, the Government of Gibraltar already has a good part of this data, both with regard to cross-border workers and unemployment, through official records.

“Therefore, the Government already has a list of all cross-border workers. The people who will be protected by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement are those whose names appear on said list as of December 31, 2020 ”.

“Once it is operational, the platform will allow the introduction of identifying details of a person to confirm whether or not it is“ in process ”to be considered a person covered by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement as of December 31, 2020. As of January 1, 2021, cross-border workers who perform a search on the online platform will receive a final confirmation regarding their status, or not, as cross-border workers covered by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement. This information will be provided by an automatic response. Independently, as of January 1, 2021, cross-border workers will also have the possibility to contact the Employment Department (Department of Employment) from Gibraltar to obtain a letter certifying that they are cross-border workers covered by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement ”.

What will happen to those workers who cannot prove said condition? “Means will be provided so that those people who the system indicates that they are not cross-border workers covered by the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement, can contact the relevant government departments with the aim of correcting their status if they believe they meet the necessary conditions – they report the Gibraltarian authorities. Cross-border workers may, beyond December 31, 2020, appeal a decision adopted by the Government that they consider to be erroneous ”.

“As in the UK, during a grace period from January 1, 2021 to July 1, 2021, the Government of Gibraltar will not impose any new entry conditions for citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland (including cross-border workers) can enter Gibraltar. The Government will keep this position under constant review, especially given the current negotiations to establish a new border fluidity regime with the EU ”.


Max Verstappen, the owner of Friday – AUTOMUNDO

The team Red Bull started off on the right foot the weekend of Turkish Grand Prix, 14th date of the 2020 World Cup Formula 1, being the main protagonist of Friday’s training sessions led by the Dutchman Max Verstappen, which was the fastest in both sessions.

The first training session helped drivers and teams to get in tune with the Istanbul Circuit, which the category visited for the last time in 2011. Verstappen led the trial with 1: 35.077 and was 241/1000 ahead of his Thai teammate Alex Albon, whose continuity in the structure is still being evaluated by the managers of the Austrian team.

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With the track more rubberized, the times were much better in the second practice. Verstappen was the benchmark again, but with 1: 28.330. Behind was the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) at 401/1000.

This first day of activity showed in an unusual place the pilots of Mercedes, that in the past GP of Emilia Romagna achieved his seventh Builders Cup consecutive. Finnish Valtteri Bottas he was the best in the two trials with 9th and 3rd place; while the English champion Lewis Hamilton finished 15th and 4th.

Hamilton, precisely, this Sunday will have the first chance to end the fight for the title in his favor. So that this does not happen in advance, Bottas should win and hope that his teammate does not score points …

The activity will continue on Saturday with the last training and classification, which will take place from 9 to 10 in Argentina. The race, meanwhile, will be held on Sunday from 7.10 in our country.


pos. pilot auto weather dif. vtas.
1 33 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:28.330 37
2 16 Charles Leclerc FERRARI 1:28.731 +0.401s 45
3 77 Valtteri Bottas MERCEDES 1:28.905 +0.575s 43
4 44 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 1:29.180 +0.850s 39
5 23 Alexander Albon RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:29.363 +1.033s 42
6 26 Daniil Kvyat ALPHATAURI HONDA 1:29.689 +1.359s 43
7 10 Pierre Gasly ALPHATAURI HONDA 1:29.944 +1.614s 43
8 5 Sebastian Vettel FERRARI 1:30.022 +1.692s 41
9 18 Lance Stroll RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:30.297 +1.967s 38
10 4 Country Norris MCLAREN RENAULT 1:30.735 +2.405s 39
11 11 Sergio Perez RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:31.104 +2.774s 38
12 31 Esteban Ocon RENAULT 1:31.380 +3.050s 36
13 99 Antonio Giovinazzi ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 1:31.493 +3.163s 39
14 55 Carlos Sainz MCLAREN RENAULT 1:31.498 +3.168s 40
15 3 Daniel Ricciardo RENAULT 1:31.660 +3.330s 35
16 7 Whom Raikkonen ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 1:31.932 +3.602s 43
17 63 George Russell WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:32.302 +3.972s 39
18 8 Romain Grosjean HAAS FERRARI 1:32.570 +4.240s 33
19 20 Kevin Magnussen HAAS FERRARI 1:32.807 +4.477s 37
20 6 Nicholas Latifi WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:33.488 +5.158s 40


1 33 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:35.077 29
2 23 Alexander Albon RED BULL RACING HONDA 1:35.318 +0.241s 27
3 16 Charles Leclerc FERRARI 1:35.507 +0.430s 26
4 10 Pierre Gasly ALPHATAURI HONDA 1:35.543 +0.466s 26
5 5 Sebastian Vettel FERRARI 1:35.620 +0.543s 29
6 26 Daniil Kvyat ALPHATAURI HONDA 1:36.738 +1.661s 27
7 4 Country Norris MCLAREN RENAULT 1:37.216 +2.139s 21
8 99 Antonio Giovinazzi ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 1:37.503 +2.426s 21
9 77 Valtteri Bottas MERCEDES 1:37.629 +2.552s 23
10 31 Esteban Ocon RENAULT 1:38.428 +3.351s 23
11 6 Nicholas Latifi WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:38.508 +3.431s 18
12 11 Sergio Perez RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:38.612 +3.535s 22
13 18 Lance Stroll RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 1:39.484 +4.407s 21
14 8 Romain Grosjean HAAS FERRARI 1:40.025 +4.948s 25
15 44 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 1:40.225 +5.148s 12
16 7 Whom Raikkonen ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 1:41.035 +5.958s 23
17 20 Kevin Magnussen HAAS FERRARI 1:41.854 +6.777s 21
18 3 Daniel Ricciardo RENAULT 1:45.156 +10.079s 20
19 55 Carlos Sainz MCLAREN RENAULT 1:46.462 +11.385s 12
20 63 George Russell WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:49.256 +14.179s 17


Santa Cruz was promoted in the virtual World Travel Market in London

The province had an active presence and participated in meetings with European tour operators and travel agents scheduled with the coordination of the Ente Patagonia Tourism and the organization of the National Institute for Tourism Promotion.

“The presence of Santa Cruz in these actions of world promotion are fundamental to energize our destiny and keep it in the imagination of the international public in view of the coming seasons and when we have achieved world recognition with the “Safe Trade Stamp” granted by the WTTC through INPROTUR “, explained the Secretary of State for Tourism of Santa Cruz, Valeria Pellizza.

“The immensity of our territory is the perfect setting to offer in the international market within the framework of the current trend, where nature, classic and emerging sites, isolated from large human conglomerations but with all the comfort, are part of the current demand in the framework of a 2020 Pandemic ”, said the Provincial Director of Tourism, Pablo Godoy.

The Province participated with its natural attractions, the proposals for crossings such as Scenic Route 41; the long-distance Bi national trail “Huella de Glaciares” that connects El Chaltén in Los Glaciares National Park with Villa Ohiggins, in Chile and the bird fauna of the Isla Pingüino National Park, in Puerto Deseado.

In this way, the Route 40 Corridor along with the Wind Corridor and the Blue Route are present in the worldwide promotion actions with the majestic Los Glaciares National Park, a natural anchor of our province.

The 40-year trajectory of the Travel World Market had its 2020 edition in virtual format where Santa Cruz deployed the novel material on each of the attractions making axis in the nature of the Patagonia Infinity.


The ‘Barrios por el clima’ project will raise awareness among the citizens of Cordoba about the consequences of climate change

The president of Emacsa, Ramón Díaz-Castellanos, and the president of the Federation of Al-Zahara Neighborhood Associations, Antonio Toledano, signed a framework agreement this morning to promote the ‘Neighborhoods for Climate’ Project, which is being developed by the federation.

The purpose of this agreement is to establish the lines of collaboration to carry out awareness and sensitization activities through the neighborhood movement, in which the consequences of climate change are addressed and strategies are established to curb its effects.

Through this agreement a joint collaboration is established, by virtue of which Emacsa will provide didactic or awareness-raising material, in addition to being present with speakers at public events related to the integral water cycle, where Emacsa can contribute its specific knowledge and contribute to public awareness.

Emacsa has among its functions common objectives to those proposed by ‘Barrios por el clima’, among which its educational programs stand out, generating awareness among schoolchildren for the proper use of water, as a vital and limited resource, as well as sanitation networks, in order to return water to nature in optimal condition after use, thus contributing to the health of the planet.


The Cristianos y Cristianas por el Clima initiative is born in Córdoba

Aware that the global warming of the planet has gone from being a warning or a concern restricted to the scientific community and the environmental movement to being a concern strongly installed in the public conscience, the initiative Cristianos y Cristianas por el Clima Córdoba ( CxCC).

The climate awareness process that has promoted this initiative has been possible thanks to the insistence and rigor with which the scientific community is presenting its evaluations and has been especially stimulated by the publication in May 2015 of the Pope’s Encyclical Francisco ‘Laudato Yes. On the care of the Common Home ‘, an extremely valuable document that describes “what is happening to our house”, details “the human root of the ecological crisis”, develops in a chapter the vision of the Holy Father on “an ecology comprehensive “and delves into the” Gospel of creation “, explaining how respect for Nature and life is present in all its expressions in biblical stories and how the message of the harmony of all creation is present in each creature.

CxCC is not an organization, platform or coordinator, but a meeting point in which to bring together the entire Christian community to, from communion and fraternity, recognize that “climate change is a global problem with serious environmental and social dimensions. , economic, distributive and political, and poses one of the main current challenges for humanity “, particularly for impoverished countries,” particularly affected by phenomena related to warming, and their livelihoods depend heavily on natural reserves and ecosystem services such as agriculture, fisheries and forest resources, “according to the Papal Encyclical.

The people who participate in this initiative are aware that the path will not be easy, the magnitude of the effort that must be made is enormous, since it involves a change from the current energy model, based on fossil fuels, to an energy model based in renewable energies. This will necessarily mean a reduction in the amount of available energy and will force a review of the dominant consumption model: “Buying is always a moral act, and not just an economic one.”

But “it is not necessary to think that these efforts will not change the world. Those actions spill a good in society that always produces fruits beyond what can be verified, because they provoke within this earth a good that always tends to spread, sometimes invisibly “, in the words of the Pope.

“We understand that the time has come for all people and all social, economic, political, union, cultural groups and agents present in the city to take a step forward and acquire a firm commitment to preserve a life that deserves to be lived by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, “says the group. In this sense, CxCC “we applaud the institutional commitment acquired by all the municipal groups present in the Plenary of the Córdoba City Council by approving on November 14, 2019 the Declaration of Climate Emergency in the city unanimously, presented by Podemos Córdoba .

In order to contribute to this process of awareness and commitment to the adoption of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions “we have met and wanted to present ourselves to the public, under the CxCC umbrella, to proclaim that Sister Earth “cries out for the damage that we cause her because of the irresponsible use and abuse of the goods that God has placed in her.” And therefore, the idea is to join a movement that is opening a gap between different groups in the city that have manifested their climate commitment to humanity and its creatures.

In addition to prompting other Christian groups in Córdoba to adhere, because “a crime against nature is a crime against ourselves and a sin against God.”

In this context, Christians in the city of Córdoba “understand that it is necessary to respond to this’ urgent challenge of protecting our common home, which includes the concern of uniting the entire human family in the search for a sustainable and integral development. ‘.

The organizations that participate in this initiative are Acción Católica Obrera (ACO), Hermandad Obrera de Acción Católica (HOAC), Juventud Obrera Cristiana (JOC), Christian Life Communities (CVX), Diocesan Migration Delegation of Córdoba, Philippine Religious Community of Córdoba, Brotherhoods of Labor, Community of Religious Slaves of the Sacred Heart, Parish of the Holy Margaritas, Parish of Our Lady of Linares de la Fuensanta, Parish of Asunción and San Roque de Encinarejo, Parish of Our Lady of Carmen de Villarrubia, Parish of Santo Cristo de los Mochos, San Acisclo de Valdeolleros Parish and San Ignacio de Loyola Parish in the Guadalquivir neighborhood.


Health notifies in Córdoba 9 deaths from Covid and 428 new cases in the last 24 hours

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The coronavirus pandemic continues to add infections and deaths in the province of Córdoba, which has counted another 428 infections and 9 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to the official part of the Junta de Andalucía, distributed this Saturday.

The report shows a certain stabilization in the situation in hospitals. In the province, there are already 322 Cordobes admitted with Covid, 40 of them in the ICU, -twelve more than a week ago- according to this official document. In the last 24 hours, 24 new hospitalized patients have been added, none of them in the ICU.

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Thus, so far there are 17,920 people from Cordoba who have tested positive for coronavirus through a PCR test, according to the documentation from the Ministry of Health and Families. Of these, 7,962 have already recovered. This Saturday 358 more cured are added, according to the same information.

Since March, a total of 298 people have died in the province of Córdoba from the pandemic. 1,633 have had to be admitted to the hospital, of which 173 went through the ICU.

For its part, Andalusia has surpassed this Saturday, November 7, the peak of admitted for coronavirus Covid-19 in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) reached in March by registering 442 patients in this Unit, 16 more in 24 hours and four more than the 438 of March 30, while those hospitalized have fallen to 3,197, 29 less in 24 hours and 635 more than seven days ago.

These data appear in a graph published on social networks by the Junta de Andalucía, consulted by Europa Press, which reflects the daily evolution of hospital admissions for Covid-19 in the autonomous community.

Five days after exceeding the maximum record of 2,708 hospitalized at the end of March and after weeks with increases in the daily figure, this day the hospitalized fell to 3,197, 29 less than the day before after the rise of 28 on Friday, 77 on Thursday , 185 on Wednesday, 172 on Tuesday and 153 on Monday. The 3,197 hospitalized registered this Saturday are 635 more than the 2,562 registered seven days ago.

Likewise, the number of patients in the ICU experiences its twentieth consecutive rise with 16 more, after the increase of four on Friday, –the smallest increase in the last week–, from 14 on Thursday, from eight on Wednesday, from 19 on Tuesday, from 22 on Monday and from 19 on Sunday.

The 442 ICU patients counted this day are 102 more than the 340 hospitalized in these units a week ago and for the first time the 438 counted on March 30 were exceeded in the maximum peak of the pandemic in the first wave.

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Johnson and Von der Leyen agree to “redouble efforts” toward a post-Brexit deal

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the president of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, they agreed ‘Redouble efforts’ towards a post-Brexit deal in a telephone conversation held this Saturday, a British government spokesman said.

The source noted that during the call, planned to Taking stock of the negotiationsJohnson noted that, while progress has been made, “significant differences persist in several areas” of common concern, including competition and fisheries.

The two leaders agreed that their respective teams will continue negotiations next Monday in London in order to “Redouble efforts to reach an agreement”, which would enter into force at the end, on December 31, of the post-Brexit transition period, which was formally executed on January 31.

For their part, Johnson and Von der Leyen “will remain in contact,” the spokesman said. If they fail to negotiate a bilateral pact, as of January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) will start trading based on the generic, less beneficial regulations of the World Trade Organization (WTO).


An electrical storm discharges thirty lightning strikes on Córdoba

A reddish night sky exploded and a storm woke up half the province with a significant load of electrical material in the early hours of this Saturday. The specialized portal lightningmaps.org has documented the fall of about thirty lightning strikes, especially in the municipalities of the Guadalquivir Valley. The one that woke up Córdoba capital with a great roar is documented at 02:48 in the peripheral neighborhood of Villarrubia and it arrived accompanied by a strong waterspout.

There was also abundant electrical discharge in Hornachuelos, Palma del Río and, in general, the entire West of the province.

Regarding precipitation, the Córdoba airport station collected 7.9 liters per square meter last morning. It has been a rainy night in a good part of the province. In Benamejí, 3.6 liters have been registered; in Cardeña, 6.2; in Doña Mencía, 5.9; in Fuente Palmera, 9.2; in La Rambla, 4.2; in Montoro, 3.4; in Priego de Córdoba, 3.6; in Valsequillo, 6.2, and in Villanueva de Córdoba, 11.8. The record has been in Espiel, with 19.4 liters per square meter, according to official data from the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Since the stormy episode began in the middle of the week, in Cordoba capital They have registered 35.2 liters per square meter. In this calculation, the maximum is also in Espiel, with 57.6 liters. Similarly high levels have been reached at Fuente Palmera, with 55.8 liters.

The forecast for the weekend is that the skies remain unstable, and the passing clouds will remain at least until Friday, although the chances of precipitation disappear. The only exception will be on Tuesday, when a sunny day is expected, according to Aemet. As for temperatures, the maximums will oscillate between 23 degrees Celsius and the minimums, around eight, with small variations.


The first educational center in Córdoba closes due to the incidence of Covid-19

Facade of the Center Baby School, the first center closed due to the incidence of Covid-19.

The Junta de Andalucía has notified this Friday that the first school closure due to Covid-19 has occurred. It is the Private Center for Early Childhood Education Center Baby, located on Doña Berenguela street.

According to sources from the Ministry of Education, the Center Baby is a very small school, with only two units. After detecting a case of Covid-19 last Tuesday, the entire center has been closed as a preventive measure.

At the same time, the positive cases of Covid confirmed in the Infant, Primary and Secondary educational centers of the province of Córdoba currently maintain 44 closed classrooms, as reported by the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía. They are more than double what there were just a week ago.

According to official data, the province of Córdoba only has one center completely closed due to coronavirus infections, out of the total of 775 existing centers. The partial closure affects 44 classrooms of the total of 7,390 in the province of Cordoba (0.59%).

On the other hand, in the last week 14 classrooms have been reopened, after having passed the quarantine for cases of contagion.

Regarding the situation in Andalusia as a whole, the Junta indicates that 94.7% of Andalusian educational centers are free of coronavirus. Regarding the total or partial closures and reopening as of November 5, there are 11 total closures (of 7,099 centers, 0.15%) and 366 closed classrooms (of 78,024 classrooms, 0.46%), in addition to 384 classrooms reopens after quarantine.

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