Football match Cádiz (Cadiz, Spain) – Real Betis (Seville, Spain) watch online live video. Start the fight February 28, 2021 at 15:15 UTC)
The match will take place in Cadiz at the stadium Estadio Ramon de Carranza 28 February 2021 at 15:15. Referee of the match Antonio Mateu from Spain. Live broadcast of the match will start 10 minutes before the start of the game.
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The future of Dorukhan Toköz has taken a 360 degree turn in recent days. If a few weeks ago it was rumored with great force that he would change the Besiktas (his current club) by him Galatasaray (Figures of his possible contract and salary were leaked), in the last hours said transfer has completely fallen.
The president of the Ottoman entity, Ahmet Nur Pocket, has declared that it has an agreement with the representative of the midfielder so that, in case he decides not to renew his contract, the player ends outside turkey, completely rejecting the idea of reinforcing any of his direct rivals in the league. Toköz’s contractual situation with Besiktas ends in June of this year, that is to say, at the end of this season, and it does not seem that it will expand.
The ‘girlfriends’ that the Ottoman midfielder has
These statements and their refusal to renew open a door to hope for the Real Betis to get their services for the next campaign. The heliopolitan entity you have already submitted an offer in the past their environment and from Turkey they know that they would welcome their landing in the Benito Villamarin. Antonio Cordon continue with his transfer plan at zero cost and could already have a pre-contract with the midfielder of 24 years.
International for Turkey already eight times, it would be a great replacement for the Portuguese William Carvalho in case it comes out if a good offer arrives. Your profile ‘box to box‘It is very popular in Seville, although it is not the only place. According to the Ottoman press, clubs of the A league What el Udinese or Lazio they also follow closely.
Last flag drop on the Mistral submarine. Photo: Armada
The submarine S-73 Mistral has been discharged with all honors from the Official List of Ships from Armada, after more than 35 years of service to Spain. The ceremony, held this Friday at the Cartagena Arsenal, was by the Chief Admiral of the Cartagena Arsenal, Vice Admiral Pedro Luis de la Puente García-Ganges, who has been accompanied by the Admiral for Maritime Action, Vice Admiral Juan Luis Sobrino Pérez-Crespo.
The ceremony was attended by a small commission of representatives of the Submarine Weapon, commanders of units of the Navy in Cartagena and former commanders of the submarine Mistral. The S-73 He stopped serving last June and since then has been immobilized at the Cartagena Arsenal.
At the end of last year, Navantia began the disassembly work of the different equipment and systems of the submersible. Part of these elements will be used as spare parts during the maintenance work of the other two submarines of the series that are still in service, the S-71 Galerna and the S-74 Tramontana, as published Infodefensa.com.
In practice, the Navy currently has only one operational submarine, the Tramontana, since the Galerna he is immersed in the final stretch of his fifth great race. This situation will be progressively reversed from 2023 with the entry into service of the new submarines of the series S-80.
History of the Mistral submarine
The Mistral is the third in a series of four submarines type Agosta, also known as class Galerna, French design. It was built in the shipyards of the EN Bazán in Cartagena, the current Navantia, proceeding on November 14, 1983 to its launching in the presence of the Prime Minister, Felipe González Marquez, from the Minister of Defense, Narcís Serra Serra, and the Admiral Chief of Staff of the Navy (Ajema), Saturnino Suanzes de la Hidalga, being sponsored by the wife of the Prime Minister, Carmen Romero Lopez.
During these 35 years, the submarine has made 3,039 days of sea, 243,468 nautical miles, 69,289 hours of sea and 43,776 hours of immersion, visiting numerous ports in Europe and Africa. His first departure to sea, only on the surface, was on October 30, 1984, making his first dive in the waters of Cartagena on November 2 of that same year.
Finally, the Mistral he surrendered to the Navy on June 5, 1985 and later made his endurance cruise calling at Las Palmas, Plymouth (United Kingdom), Kiel (Germany) and Lorient (France). In March 1986, the Fishermen’s Association of Cartagena gave him the combat flag, acting as godmother, Margarita Esquivias Sampool, wife of the captain general of the Mediterranean Maritime Zone, admiral Miguel Morgado Aguirre.
During its long life, the Mistral has participated in multiple maneuvers, exercises and operations, national, international and of the OTAN; mainly anti-submarine warfare and intelligence, among which the following missions stand out: Sharp Guard, whose objective was to impose an arms embargo on the former Yugoslavia; Active Endeavour, to fight against terrorism in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea; Unified Protector, where he carried out surveillance tasks to verify the arms embargo on Libya; Y Sea Guardian, of maritime security in the Mediterranean.
In its more than 35 years of activity in the Navy, 218 officers, 240 non-commissioned officers and 752 soldiers and sailors have served on board.
Although the reinfection rate is low, and commonly when the symptoms of the disease are mild, experts explain that the virus can be acquired again either with the original variant or with those that are being discovered; For this reason, they highlight the importance of maintaining social distance even if the disease has been overcome for the first time.
The new variants of Covid-19 have caused alarm among the population and the medical community because there is still a lot of information to combat them. Now scientists are investigating whether these variations could lead to massive recontagions of the disease.
In South Africa, a study by the Novavax laboratory indicates that 2% of people who had already been infected with a previous version, returned to be positive for the virus with a new variant. Similar cases have been registered in Brazil with the so-called “Brazilian” variant.
John Wherry, an expert in Immunology at the University of Pennsylvania, noted that “it seems that recontactment is possible. I don’t think we understand why and why immunity has not developed after natural contagion. It seems to occur in a minority of women. people, that the vast majority develop a good amount of antibodies, but it does not happen in all people ”.
Similarly, the expert highlighted that “the glass is half full in the story is that these variants seem to affect only partially and even, in these studies, we are seeing that, although there is evidence of reinfection, the rates of symptoms and severe disease due to recontagio are practically non-existent “
But it is important to note that the recontagments have also been registered with the original variant. In the United States, a study conducted at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York found that 10% of Navy recruits who had scientific evidence of being infected prior to the process and who tested negative for three tests before beginning training , they were infected again. The situation occurred before the new variants began to spread.
[Post written as part of the Governance subject in the ISGlobal Master of Global Health. Martin Anderson is an honorary research fellow at the University of St Andrews, UK, as part of the Arclight team aiming to prevent avoidable blindness worldwide.]
In January 2020, when I first heard of a novel strain of coronavirus emerging in Wuhan, China, the subconscious view had already formed: this is another disease that will affect “others”, in “other” countries, on “other” continents. This view is the culmination of a longstanding often sub-conscious narrative which suggests certain diseases and problems only affect the less-developed ‘global south’. As a result, valuable time was lost early in the pandemic by heads of state arrogantly dismissing the global threat posed by COVID-19. Collaboration and cross-country support were shunned in favour of isolationism and blame culture at the expense of lives and livelihoods across the globe.
The biased perception of a division between the developed knowledgeable ‘north’ and a dependent ‘south’ on our planet has previously hindered coherent responses to epidemics, such as the 2014 Ebola crisis, and prevented lessons on effective global governance from being learned. This neo-colonial attitude has plagued global health governance for many years, as this perception is reiterated by the way national governments attempt to assert power on the global stage through multilateral organisations such as the UN and WHO, as well as, by often well intentioned, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who have not fully rid themselves of the ‘white man’s burden’ mentality.
This pandemic has shown us that global health bodies like the WHO need to be more responsive to input from health actors who historically have been overlooked due to lack of financial and political power in the case of states from ‘the global south’, and due to lack of official recognition by the WHO in the case of many NGOs and local stakeholders
This pandemic has shown us that global health bodies like the WHO need to be more responsive to input from health actors who historically have been overlooked due to lack of financial and political power in the case of states from ‘the global south’, and due to lack of official recognition by the WHO in the case of many NGOs and local stakeholders. The tensions between governments and non-governmental actors during this pandemic adds further weight to the argument that global health governance needs to be able to mediate amongst a wider variety of stakeholders more effectively , to reduce the impact of some of the more blatantly political rather than health-oriented moves of states during the pandemic.
The rise of earmarked financing by WHO member states for specific purposes, has tied the hand of the organisation to respond effectively and equitably to health concerns around the world and increased the politization of WHO financing. A return to more stable core funding by member states is needed to build resilience and address the ‘north-south’ imbalance. The way in which COVID-19 has spread across borders and continents, wreaking havoc to economies rich and poor, will provide a warning to high income countries that health threats in other regions of the world are ignored at their peril.
A return to more stable core funding by member states is needed to build resilience and address the ‘north-south’ imbalance. The way in which COVID-19 has spread across borders and continents, wreaking havoc to economies rich and poor, will provide a warning to high income countries that health threats in other regions of the world are ignored at their peril
A future pandemic will come again, it is only a matter of time. Acceptance of the fact that we are unable to isolate ourselves from health, economic and environmental fallouts from other geographic regions, will provide an imperative for global governance that is truly global, inclusive and able to tackle future pandemics. If we put aside instincts to blame ‘others’ and adopt the idea that the only way to solve shared suffering across borders is to develop shared solutions going forward, we can harness a sense of global connectedness and solidarity.
We need to accept the increasingly complex plurality of actors in global health and be prepared to listen to the voices of those previously overlooked or marginalised as a result of outdated world views and power dynamics. Global warming is shaping up to be the next major global health crisis where lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic on global co-operation across states and sectors will be put to the test.
A record number of British vacationers have made hotel reservations in the last 48 hours to spend their summer holidays in the Spanish city of Benidorm, according to the local Hotel Business Association. The rise in vacation bookings follows Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement that international travel they could resume as soon as May 17.
Carlos Bárcenas, is the commercial director of Servigroup Hotels and highlights:“Bookings are up 565% from the same day last week, and are bookings from the UK.”
This Wednesday the Benidorm hotel business association met with the regional president of the Valencian Community to allow reservations to be made despite the perimeter closure.
Juan José Pérez Parker, is the president of the Association of Tour Operators of Benidorm and the Costa Blanca (AVIBE) and points out: “Here we depend directly or indirectly on British tourists, and the British government has said that until mid-May, at least, it will not start. Therefore, until that date Benidorm will not begin to resume its normal activity”.
The hotels already They give up the arrival of tourists at Easter for the second consecutive year. The sector has a few months to wait for international tourists to return to the beaches.
All sectors of the economy are concerned and expectant aboutthe hurt exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Barely two months of exodus have passed and the effects are being felt everywhere. However, from the Spanish Association of Maritime Law (AEDM) it is considered convenient to talk about it and exchange views.
For this reason, AEDM, in collaboration with the Spanish Maritime Institute (IME), organize a Cycle of Virtual Encounters to bring your partners and other stakeholders together around a exhibition and a discussion table, in order to treat the different Effects of Brexit on the maritime landscape. It will address issues of Fishing, of Recreational Nautical Y customs, of Maritime Insurance, as well as Transport and, of course, the problems relating to Jurisdiction. The Cycle will feature accredited expertsTherefore, it is expected that this initiative will be most useful for the sector.
Will be sessions at most an hour and a half, the Thursday afternoons, starting at 6.30 p.m., according to the calendar that will be offered through the Association’s website (aedm.es) and notifying the associates by webmail and by the Linkedin of the AEDM. This virtual cycle will open, which will be free, both to associates, What not associated.
The first of the meetings will take place next Thursday, March 11, at 18.30 h., and there will be the presence of D.Javier Garat, Secretary General of CEPESCA (Spanish Fisheries Confederation) and of D. Iván Lopez Van Der Veen, President of the AGARBA (Association of Cod Fishing Vessels Owners), to address the situation of Spanish fisheries after the agreement to exit the UK.
The presentation will be the responsibility of the President of the AEDM, D. Eduardo Albors and of the Director of the IME, Ms. Mercedes Pardo, and with the moderation of the associate and member of the Board of Directors of the Association, Jesús Barbadillo.
After falling thrashed against Barcelona, due to the pending game of the first date, Elche is already thinking about their next departure which will be next Sunday when they visit Granada, who will not have the Colombian Luis Suárez due to injury. Johan Mojica, with a good first half against the Catalan team, spoke about what is coming.
The Colombian defender of Elche assured that the Elche team has the mentality of being a warrior on the field of play and hoped to be able to confirm it this coming Sunday in the visit to Granada.
“Granada is a fairly competitive team that is doing things well and we are going to score there yes or yes,” said the player, who stressed that, despite the defeat at the Camp Nou against Barcelona, Elche “competed and had the ambition to win. ”
Mojica, who arrived at the club in the last winter market, stressed that Elche “has always had the faith and commitment to maintain the category” and assured that the team, after the arrival of the new coach, Fran Escribá, is “in that process of going game to game. ”
The full-back appreciated the work that the team is doing and stressed that “it is giving everything for the jersey and the city.” “We hope to add on Sunday because it is the priority to continue climbing,” concluded the Colombian footballer.
Several tour operators and airlines have already begun to notice the effects of the British Prime Minister’s announcement, Boris Johnson, in relation to the start of the de-escalation in the United Kingdom on March 8. The British airline easyJet has communicated that the reservations of flights and vacation packages UKSpain and other coastal destinations have exploded after the Government announced a deconfinement planwhich will consist of four phases and which it would be completed in June.
In a statement, the Luton-based company (north of London) specified that the general flight bookings have increased 337% compared to the previous week and 630% for holiday offers, since Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed on Monday the phases of the de-escalation in England.
The most popular destinations are Malaga, Alicante and Palma in Spain; Faro in Portugal and the Greek island of Crete, while August is the preferred month to travel next summer, followed by July and September, the airline said.
The CEO of easyJet, Johan Lundgren, highlighted that, in detailing the exit from the confinement imposed in January, the Conservative Executive has offered a “necessary injection of confidence” to customers, to whom the company offers flexibility if they have to change or cancel their flights.
500% increase in bookings
Other tour operators have also reported increases in activity, including the German Tui, a leader in the United Kingdom, who indicated that their reservations increased by 500% in the last hours, being Spain, Turkey and Greece the favorite destinations.
In the same line, Thomas Cook has registered an increase of 100% of its reserves for the summer, especially to Greece, Cyprus, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.
The schools reopening on March 8 begins a gradual process of deconfinement in England that will conclude at the earliest on June 21, although it is expected that, if the pandemic is kept under control, international travel and vacations abroad may resume at the end of May.
Football match Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain) – Elche CF (Elche, Spain) watch online live video. Start the fight February 24, 2021 at 18:00 UTC)
The match will take place in Barcelona at the stadium Camp Nou 24 February 2021 at 18:00. Referee of the match Isidro Diaz de Mera Escuderos from Spain. Live broadcast of the match will start 10 minutes before the start of the game.
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