Egyptian organization reveals the recruitment of 1,316 children by Turkey in Syria – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

Titled “Turkey’s involvement in the recruitment of children from the areas it occupies in northern Syria,” the Maat Foundation stated in a report released today that the repeated failure of the international community to act effectively to protect civilians in Syria it has encouraged Turkish mercenaries to commit systematic war crimes and other violations of international law, including the recruitment of children.

‘Turkish mercenaries recruit children by force’

The “Maat” report indicated that mercenaries use complex patterns to forcibly recruit children and drive them to war in the various areas it controls in northern Syria, killing and wounding hundreds of them.

The report confirmed Turkey’s direct involvement in the recruitment of children to fight in northern and eastern Syria, and the transfer and use of these children to fight in Libya to support the Government of National Accord, Turkey’s political ally, through the use of security companies working to recruit children under the age of 18 to participate in armed hostilities, especially in Libya.

“Maat” warned that “children are used at the front as direct combatants, or in security services such as inspection of border points, or logistical support related to military operations, in addition to working to serve older combatants, in addition to spying. ”.

What reinforced the emergence of the phenomenon of child recruitment – according to the report – the presence of a group of social factors, the most prominent are; the lack of funds, awareness and education, which facilitated the recruitment of these children on an ideological basis.

The report noted that “in April 2020 the Turkish mercenaries sent two children to carry out a bombing operation on military concentrations of the Syrian Democratic Forces in northern and eastern Syria, who were no more than 15 years old, disguised as Sheep herders, as one of the two children blew himself up before reaching one of the military points, while the Syrian Democratic Forces managed to arrest the second child, who was injured.

For his part, the director of the Maat Foundation, Ayman Aqil, said that “Turkish mercenaries in northern and eastern Syria were involved in the recruitment of some 1,316 children during the period from 2014 to 2019, according to UN reports. and the monitoring of the Maat Foundation “.

He added: “This matter violates all the international conventions and treaties that prohibit the recruitment of children in armed conflicts, and the related actions derived from them.”

Aqil revealed that Turkey had “sent some 380 children after being recruited by loyal mercenaries in northern Syria to fight in the various conflict areas involved, especially Libya, resulting in the death of about 25 of them.”

‘Turkey ignores international agreements’

Maat Foundation researcher Muhammad Mukhtar confirmed that Turkey, despite its adherence to most international conventions that prevent the recruitment of children under the age of eighteen, either directly or indirectly, ignores these letters, agreements and resolutions. international organizations, and provides full support to its mercenaries in northern and eastern Syria, in order to recruit children to participate in armed conflicts.

‘Turkey’s crimes in Afrin’

In a previous report, the Maat Foundation monitored Turkey’s crimes in occupied Afrin, especially; Attempts to erase identity, systematic displacement, resettlement of foreign mercenaries and extrajudicial executions.

Ayman Aqil said: “Turkey began to bring about a demographic change that includes the establishment of its mercenaries in Afrin instead of the indigenous peoples.”

He continued: “This came together with the renaming of government and service buildings to Turkish names, representing the destruction of cultural identity in the region and perpetuating the ongoing Turkish occupation process in the Afrin region.” .

It should be noted that the Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights is an Egyptian non-governmental organization that works to promote and respect human rights in Africa and the Middle East.



Vilagarcía will be part of the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy

The spokesperson, Tania Garcí, and the mayor, Alberto Varela. | // NOÉ PARGA

Vilagarcía will become part of the list of European councils included in the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy through which local governments voluntarily commit to implementing the objectives established by the European Union in terms of climate care and use of environmentally sustainable energies. The local government, through the Department of the Environment, raises the proposal to join the pact to the plenary session held this Thursday.

Once it has the approval of the municipal corporation, it will materialize by signing the Letter of Adhesion. From there, the council will have a period of 2 years to prepare and approve an action plan for the climate and sustainable energy that, following the guidelines established by European regulations and the 20/30 Agenda, will have the objectives of identifying and assess the existing climate and energy challenges and priorities in the municipality, monitor and report on progress towards the commitments made, inform and support decision-makers, communicate the results to the general public, allow self-assessment, facilitate exchange of experiences with peers, and demonstrate local achievements to the Pact coordinating body. The plan must be reviewed by the Joint Research Center of the European Commission.

PACES currently has 7,000 affiliated local entities throughout Europe. In Galicia 237 councils are attached.


Johnson, vaccinates a quarter of adults

(ANSA) – LONDON, FEB 10 – The Covid-19 vaccination campaign launched by the United Kingdom, the first in the West, so far reached “a quarter of the entire adult population” with the first dose, including ” more than 90% of those over 75 and residents of nursing homes “

It was announced at the day’s briefing in Downing Street by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

However, the prime minister also called for an extra effort to reach the goal of covering all vulnerable people (15 million, against 13 reached so far) within the target set for February 15.

The prime minister hailed the campaign’s achievements so far, but stressed that the goal now requires the participation of 2 million more people “in just five days, the equivalent of almost twice the population of the city of Birmingham”

Hence the encouragement and encouragement both to the health service and to the volunteers involved in the front line (towards whom it was lavished in praise), and to the compatriots not yet vaccinated included in the first 4 priority categories of the age groups, of 70 years and over

For the latter, in recent days ad hoc telephone and online lines have been created, where you can book quickly, without waiting for a call.

Johnson then celebrated the new guidelines updated today by WHO recommending the use of the British-led Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine for all age groups, including those over 55 and 65, and also in the presence of variants of the coronavirus. . (ANSA)


“The irrational part of society is more active when it comes to spreading their ideas”

José Manuel Sánchez Ron (Madrid, 1949) is one of the essayists who have done the most in Spain for the dissemination of science. A physicist by training, he received his doctorate in London, obtained a position as a full professor of Theoretical Physics at the Autonomous University of Madrid and later the chair of History of Science. He has worked in the Higher Council for Scientific Research, has given courses and conferences in numerous foreign universities, is vice-director of the Royal Spanish Academy, member of the Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences and of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, as well as from the Académie International d’Histoire des Sciences. He is the author of an extensive essay work. The last of his books, ‘The country of lost dreams’ (Ed. Taurus), is a volume of more than 1,150 pages in which reviews the history of science that was made in Spain over thirteen centuries.

– What have you thought when you have heard politicians accuse themselves of ‘hiding behind science’ in the middle of the pandemic?

– Disbelief. This government, like the previous one and so many others, has failed or has not fulfilled its commitments to science. I will only remind you of one thing: in this pandemic there have been groups of scientists who have asked for an independent report on how it has been managed and it has not been done. Not to mention the predictions of Fernando Simón, whose goodwill I do not doubt, but who has failed so many times.

– Politics always comes before science?

– Rigor and accuracy have been conspicuous by their absence in political decisions. To give you an example, the people who attended the March 8 demonstrations were not traced, but it was said that there had been no consequences for infections.

– In your last book, you have written that Spain was concerned with applied science in the 16th century, especially in relation to navigation, but then it was left out of the scientific revolutions. Was Spain powerful then just for supporting science?

– He needed her, at least for the part related to the training of sailors to get to America. This resulted in the creation of institutions and chairs in those years. In America, moreover, opportunities arose because there was a new reality that had to be known, without forgetting that the existence of so many precious metals made it necessary to improve mining, chemistry, etc.

– Why then walked away from all that?

– On the one hand because the scientific revolution in the seventeenth century, with Newton and Kepler, for example, goes beyond applied science to delve into the laws of nature and we do not enter that. And on the other, because our contributions, which are given, are in Botany, Zoology -all this on account of the investigation in the new territories-, sciences that do not lead to the steam engine and other advances, which will be crucial.

– Let’s go back to the present. Do the Spanish, central and regional governments have scientists? Because in expert committees there are usually more politicians and positions of trust than experts.

– In many countries there is a long tradition for parliaments to have scientific advisers. Here, as far as I know, there aren’t. And most politicians have no scientific training either. I know that the Minister of Science has it, but I suspect that he is not there because of that, but because of the fame derived from being an astronaut, regardless of the fact that he did not have management experience either. It is a sign of the government’s lack of interest in science.

Scientists in the media

– We are a country of services and that is very relevant in this regard, you often say.

– So is. In any political debate, in any electoral program, it will be heard or read that it is necessary to increase investment in R + D + i, but then it is not done. And it is a source of wealth, it seems that we ignore it. We will pay for a long time not to have made those investments.

– Until the pandemic, it was more common to see charlatans in the media and, especially in social networks, than scientists. Do they enjoy or have they had more opportunities to express themselves?

– It is a problem derived from how culture is understood here. It seems that science is alien to culture. For this reason, when the weight of Latin or Philosophy is reduced in the study plans, voices are raised against it, but hardly any complaints are heard about what is happening with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry … And without those knowledge we are not going anywhere.

– At least now scientists do appear more in the media.

– It has been a positive effect of the pandemic: they have been given more voice, at least those in the biomedical field. Hopefully when this happens they will not disappear from the media and that this presence will be extended to other branches. Because the newspapers have greatly improved the coverage of these issues, but on public TV science issues are scarce and often appear in early morning programs.

– To what extent are there scientists who do not come out to criticize politicians when they say baseless things because it is those politicians who must approve investments for their institutes and teams and do not want to antagonize them?

– I do not know if that is why, but it is true that few scientists come to the fore, writing opinion articles on current affairs, for example. I’ve done it before; now less, partly out of discouragement. There is a responsibility of scientists, who only speak to ask for more resources. In this, as in what we talked about in the previous question, they also have their responsibility.

– Laughing thanks to flat Earthers and other deniers has paved the way for now there are those who say in all seriousness that the virus does not exist and people do not die from Covid 19 and therefore do not wear a mask?

– A possible explanation is that in Humanity there are good and intelligent people, but there is another important part that is subject to all kinds of ignorance. Look what has happened in the United States, with 70 million people voting for a president who denies almost everything. And then there is the effect of technologies.

– In what sense?

– In which they give the opportunity to spread hoaxes to the worst part of society. Postmodernism is that my truth is as good as yours. With a very limited training, there is a great breeding ground for all that. We believed that the world would be more cultured with the technological means achieved, but it is not happening.

– Why?

– Because the most irrational part of society is more active when it comes to spreading their ideas. There are those who want to gain notoriety through their opinions and how popularity – and the money it carries – is a rising value …

– Those deniers often rely on science changing its conclusions. Is the problem that scientists are forced to give hasty opinions or that the workings of science are unknown?

– If you were well educated in scientific matters, you would know that nothing, or little, of the existing knowledge is definitive. The way of seeing certain phenomena changes as more things are known.

Infinite selfishness

– There are also those who show their distrust by the fact that until the arrival of vaccines the way to deal with the virus was the same as against the Spanish flu: stay at home.

– One of the things to be taught is that science does not have solutions for everything and shows that there is a limit. That this pandemic could occur was already known, it is in the books. But from there, it is a miracle that we have vaccines in less than a year, when some of the best known for other diseases took thirty or more years to get. We live in a society of rights and not of duties, as Sartori says. Science cannot solve unlimited energy consumption or all health problems.

– Another worrying matter. Biology can improve the fight against many diseases and lengthen human life, but it can also open another gap between the rich (countries, people) who can afford it and those who cannot.

– The gap between rich and poor is immense and inequalities increase with the development of our scientific and technological possibilities. Biomedicine can continue to increase it, of course. The only hope is that technological developments are getting cheaper. I trust that the possibility of intervening in the genome, which is already within reach, is not so discriminatory. But it is true that it opens a debate because we live in a culture that seeks to experience everything.

– Everything and as soon as possible.

– I would not like to appear in this interview as the bearer of traditional values, because it is not like that. But exploring everything just because it is possible seems outrageous to me, and in this field it would lead us to enter the terrain of human nature. The funny thing is that we have wonderful possibilities to live better and longer, and we don’t use them too much.

– Einstein is credited with saying that there are only two infinite things, the Universe and human stupidity, but he was not entirely sure of the former. Do you share your opinion?

– I don’t know if Einstein said it, but I would add selfishness among the infinite things. We live in a time of change and those times always generate areas where confusion reigns. The question is whether we will be able to overcome it with some important guidelines and values. In the French Revolution, which even had its stages of terror, positive values ​​were generated that today are the basis of democracies. Will we now be capable of something like this, when inequalities grow and the truth does not prevail, but ‘fake news’?


this is the technique used by Kate Middleton to give birth to her children with which to better treat pain

Achieving a positive birth experience is the main objective of this increasingly recurring method.

A few days ago the model Elsa Hosk, who is expecting her first child with Tom Daly, revealed to her followers on Instagram part of her plans to give birth to her baby. Among them was the hypnopartum, a technique practically unknown in Spain but increasingly used in Anglo-Saxon countries. In fact, one of the first people we heard this term from was Kate Middleton. It was a year ago that the Duchess of Cambridge gave her most personal interview to date to presenter Giovanna Fletcher for the ‘Happy mum, happy baby’ podcast. In it, she spoke of her terrible experience with pregnancies – she suffered hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe presence of uncontrollable vomiting so persistent that it can cause dehydration of the mother – and why she resorted to this therapy when facing childbirth as it also seems What Meghan Markle did: “It was enormously powerful. Meditation and deep breathing are things that they teach you in hypnopartum and when it was really bad I realized that I could take control, ”Middleton said about it.

And it is precisely that is the objective of hypnopartum, “Replace fear and anxiety with security and trust, acquire knowledge about how the woman’s body behaves at the muscular and hormonal level during the childbirth process, accompany the body, leaving go through a physiological process and discover that staying calm and relaxed is the key and has a direct and positive impact on labor ”, she explains Vanessa Gómez Molina, midwife at BMUM Medical Center and an expert in this method with which she tries to “provide the woman and her partner with the information and tools necessary to ensure that the day of the birth of her child / ren is the best possible, positive and empowering experience”.

What is hypnopartum?

As clarified Anabel Prieto, from the gynecology and obstetrics service of the Sanitas La Zarzuela university hospital, hypnopartum “is the application and use of hypnosis during childbirth to help women cope with pain during it, always pursuing the woman to have the most positive experience possible in an event as momentous for her as is childbirth. . It is a very complete preparation of an emotional nature that allows her in some way to take control of herself during the delivery ”.

It refers, therefore, to the guidance that a professional can offer you at the time of giving birth, but also to the previous training that has been done in the field during pregnancy to be able to put it into practice at that time. Gómez Molina therefore emphasizes the importance of choosing both the place to give birth and the delivery team that will assist the mother, as well as that the person accompanying her acts as a pillar and the use of tools necessary for this, combining “relaxation techniques and exercises (abdominal breathing training), visualizations, movement, gentle massages, positive affirmations and the use of the five senses (very important, relaxed environment with regard to light and noise, music, hydration, essences…) ”, he argues.

What does science say?

As the doctor points out Juan José Escribano Tórtola, Head of the Gynecology-Obstetrics Service of the Severo Ochoa University Hospital in Madrid, “There is no scientific evidence in high-impact journals in our specialty.” In this regard, Dr. Anabel Prieto adds that “There were no clear differences in satisfaction with pain relief due to the difficulty in comparing studies of different design and with different measurement methods” in published studies. On the other hand, he does comment that “There are isolated studies that relate hypnopartum with shorter, less painful deliveries and more positive experiences, but above all it seems to provide qualitative emotional benefits that are impossible to quantify.”

This is the reason why hypnopartum is not related to a single type of delivery but rather seems to be compatible with both a natural one and an instrumental one or even a cesarean section. “We cannot and should not oppose any technique or preparation such as hypnopartum or any other that helps women to face their motherhood with greater security, confidence, without fear, being able to banish myths and prejudices, which are passed from generation to generation, and that allows you to enjoy it or at least perceive it as the most positive experience possible, “says Dr. Prieto, who recalls that there are alternatives that also help and promote relaxation such as” the use of the Pilates ball, hydrotherapy (relaxation baths) or postural changes having an adequate bed “and that, at all times, the fundamental thing is to have adequate information from the woman about the delivery -” how it will happen, understand how her body works when giving birth, what happens and for what “- in order to face it with less fear and more security.


European markets supervisor warns of dubious practices after Brexit | Markets

The European Securities and Markets Authority has detected attempts by financial companies to “evade” the Mifid 2 regulation as a result of Brexit.

Although the European market regulator has not specified the nationality of these companies, it has indicated that the practices detected have been detected as a consequence of the end of the transition period with the United Kingdom, which ended on December 31.

Specifically, ESMA has indicated that it has detected “questionable practices” in relation to the reverse application, which occurs when a product or service is marketed at the sole initiative of the client.

“Some firms appear to be trying to evade Mifid 2 requirements by including general clauses in their commercial terms or by using ‘I accept’ drop-down boxes where clients ensure that any transaction is executed at the sole initiative of the client,” he said. the regulator alerted.

In this regard, ESMA has reminded companies that when a company from a third country requests clients in the European Union or promotes investment services there, they should not be considered as a service provided at the sole initiative of the client. This also applies even if there are contractual clauses stating otherwise.


“24 hours after giving birth, the uterus is one finger from the navel”

Even the word that defines what happens to a woman after giving birth is not very well known. It is called puerperium and the patients, puerparas. Even the RAE includes a meaning in the definition of puerperium as a “delicate state of the woman” after childbirth to warn that it’s not an easy phase.

Image from Sara Sálamo’s post a few days after giving birth.


Actress Sara Sálamo, who gave birth on December 30 to her second child, has dared to break many of the canons that usually mark the cover photos of famous, to show a newborn mother showing her swollen belly, the cabbage leaves on her breast and the disposable panties that she still wears after discharge.

The truth in that image is the one suffered by most mothers who have just had a child. “Indeed, in the puerperium, she comes out with a belly, with a swollen chest and very annoying. And it is a physiological period that its normality is not to be as you usually are before being pregnant,” explains the Dr. Elena Carrillo de Albornoz, gynecologist of the MAGYC team of the Ruber International Hospital.

“The uterus when it gives birth stays at the level of the navel and as the days go by it contracts and descends. It is normal for the day after giving birth to be one finger below the navel. Two days later I am two fingers below and so on. To give us an idea, a uterus that reaches through the navel is a uterus of about 24 weeks, six months of gestation. That is the natural and the physiological, “acknowledges this gynecologist.

Dr. Carillo de Albornoz insists that this process also happens to those who appear in magazines with a different appearance. “I do not like to go against the great photo because it does not mean that to those people it is not happening too. Many times they go out with clothes that do not constrict them, with their girdle on, with the baby in front …“, he assures.

However, the truth is that most of the time it is women who try to hide a natural process that is not always as ideal as it is led to believe and there are few, like the Spanish actress, who show their situation openly.

Harry and Meghan on the day of their son Archie's presentation.

Harry and Meghan on the day of their son Archie’s presentation.

Meghan Markle also wanted to do it at the presentation of her son Archie. In a gabardine dress, which was buttoned just above the belly, Prince Henry’s wife wanted to show the real state of her puerperium and the swelling of her belly.

“The uterus regresses, as gynecologists call it, and the normal thing is that it descends day by day. To the point that when the puerperium ends, which is the famous quarantine, it is when we consider that the uterus that reached the navel is already in place. and is the size of before you became pregnant. After a month and a half, approximately, “adds the doctor.

Castillo de Albornoz also recommends, as they do in their clinic, taking into account both the loosening of the skin created by pregnancy and the laxity of the muscles rectus abdominis because they also have to recover.

“From very early in the puerperium we always advise to make small pelvic floor and abdominal wall recovery exercises and when we are discharged, a month and a half after deliveryThis is when you have to start a more intense recovery “, he adds.

It is estimated that the female body it does not return to normal until six months, although the recovery during the first 40 days is almost 70%.


Another of the details that Sara Sálamo reveals and that detracts from the glamor of this stage is that wears disposable panties due to bleeding after childbirth or cesarean sectionto. “The normal thing is that the bleeding is more abundant in the first days and it decreases throughout the first week, but something continues to stain until the month of delivery or cesarean section.”

The usual thing is that at the beginning this bleeding is redder and with clots and then it is transformed into lochia, more brownish and yellowish, and with amounts that decrease until they disappear.

The best for these cases it is a huge compress that is used all the time during the first days and that covers that bleeding, to go later to more normal compresses and even protects slip in the final moments. But you have to forget about any other measure that could be more aesthetic.

Tampons should not be used because membrane remains from small clots, even placental remains, and must be released and because the vagina is distended, “he warns.

Cabbage leaf

One of the aspects that most attracts the attention of Sara Sálamo’s post are the cabbage leaves on his chest, to avoid the pain of the first days and reduce swelling, even when your milk has not yet come down.

“The establishment of lactation lasts about two weeks. The first days there is the rise in milk that we try to be as gradual as possible by putting the baby to the breast. The breast swells and the baby has to work with the mother to learn to suck. Although it is an instinct, you have to establish that relationship that makes at first there may be a small crack, some redness which can be annoying and painful. “

Cabbage leaves are one of those natural remedies that help deflate the breasts thanks to Tannin substances that absorb excess heat and reduce inflammation. The ideal is to apply it on the mothers and then the bra.

Dr. Carrillo de Albornoz warns that you have to “normalize things”, and the normal thing is that the uterus is there and that you have a gut of about six months, but you have to take good care of the mother because the moment of reaching home, when you no longer have the hospital resources, it can be very hard.


Acceptable Part Two – The Day

Wonder Woman 1984 gave the feeling of being a glassy film after five delays in its announced release date, initially scheduled for December 2019 and which, due to factors unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic, has already delayed its arrival in theaters. Then came 2020, where the global health chaos and the panic of the disaster at the box office cornered numerous feature films called to be the cinematographic protagonists of a year to forget. In 2017, a correct first delivery could already be seen, which obtained outstanding economic results, so expectations remained high. It was evident that after the eight hundred million collected, the shooting of a new title with the same comic character as the protagonist was imposed. Compensated for successes and mistakes, this second part combines various highly entertaining sequences with other more anodyne and flimsy parts to, in the end, form a worthy film, although far removed from the great samples of the genre.

With a vigorous start and intense denouement, its main problem lies in an extensive midsection that lacks the vigor and inventiveness necessary to sustain a lengthy footage of more than two and a half hours. It fails to shake off (perhaps intentionally) a certain halo of disconcerting naivety that, at times, fits well into the visual narrative but, at other times, shows a lack of forcefulness in its well-intentioned plot. Sometimes the film itself seems to doubt the nature of its action genre, even though it is acceptable for many minutes.

Gal Gadot.

Patty Jenkins repeats behind the scenes. The director of Monster (film that reported an Oscar to Charlize Theron) has had to sign a pact with Gal Gadot and with science fiction and fantasy cinema, given that she will have the actress in 2022 for a new version of Cleopatra and a year he will later venture into the galactic universe with Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. Without questioning his ability to face such complex projects in a solvent way, my feeling is that he usually stays halfway down a path of mere correction, but without taking more innovative narrative risks. The eighties setting squeaks slightly, although it successfully weaves together some action scenes and knows how to adjust to the entertainment needs of any superhero movie. While waiting for Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow to disembark in a few months, the ranking of the heroines is reserved for the moment for Wonder Woman.

Gadot does her job by portraying the protagonist smugly. The fact that we have practically only seen her in the Fast & Furious and Wonder Woman sagas, prevents us from gauging the artistic future of the model and interpreter. Chris Pine, known for the Star Trek series that bears the JJ Abrams stamp (before the filmmaker also joined the Star Wars brand), gives him the replica. I liked her performance in Comanchería but, as a general rule, she is an actor who finds it difficult to add a bonus to the projects in which she participates.

The couple is accompanied by a long cast of professionals, including Kristen Wiig (Where are you, Bernadette, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Pedro Pascal (The Equalizer 2, The Great Wall), Robin Wright (Forrest Gump, The Princess Bride) or Connie Nielsen (Gladiator, Pact with the devil).


Match preview: Chelsea host West Ham on matchday fourteen – naaju

Chelsea receives this Monday at 2:00 p.m. the visit of West Ham at Stamford Bridge during his fourteenth game in the Premier League.

Chelsea He wants to be victorious again in the match corresponding to the fourteenth day after suffering a defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the previous match by a score of 2-1. Since the competition began, the hosts have won six of the 13 matches played so far in the Premier League, with 26 goals for and 14 against.

On the visitors’ side, West Ham had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace during the last match, so he will try to keep adding points to his leaderboard against Chelsea. To date, of the 13 games he has played West Ham in the Premier League, he has won six of them with a figure of 21 goals for and 16 against.

Focusing on performance as a home team, Chelsea They have achieved a balance of three wins, one loss and two draws in six home games, which shows that they are slipping points in their fiefdom, giving the visitors hope of achieving positive results. At home, West Ham They have a record of three wins, two losses and a draw in six games that they have played so far, so they are quite a strong opponent away from home that the hosts will have to face.

The two rivals have met before at home ChelseaIn fact, the numbers show 15 wins, five losses and five draws in favor of the home team. The last time they faced each other Chelsea and West Ham in this competition it was in July 2020 and the match ended with a 3-2 result in favor of West Ham.

Analyzing the situation of these teams in the Premier League qualifying table, we can see that the locals are above West Ham with a difference of one point. Chelsea He arrives at the meeting with 22 points in his locker and occupying the eighth place before the game. For their part, the visitors are in ninth position with 21 points.


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

Antigen test at the Reina Sofía Hospital | BOARD OF ANDALUSIA

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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