A local contagion among the 12 new positives diagnosed in China
The National Health Commission of China reported today that the Asian country detected 12 new positives for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus this Wednesday, including one due to local contagion, diagnosed in the northern province of Inner Mongolia. In the last two weeks, at least a dozen local infections have been located in that same region, bordering Mongolia and Russia.
The remaining 11 cases with the new coronavirus were diagnosed in travelers from abroad – known as “imported” cases – in Shanghai (9) and in the southeastern provinces of Fujian (1) and Guangzhou (1). The trend remains generally stable, after the 15 total cases announced this Wednesday and 12 the day before.
In addition, with the sum of the 5 asymptomatic cases announced today (all coming from outside the Chinese borders), the total of people in that circumstance under observation remains at 201, of which 193 are “imported”.
Unless they show symptoms, China does not count in its statistics as a confirmed case of this type of infection.
Germany exceeds 20,000 deaths with COVID-19 and reaches the record of daily infections with 23,679 cases
The German authorities recorded a new maximum of 23,679 new infections with coronavirus in the last 24 hours, while the number of fatalities stood at 440, after yesterday’s record of 590 deaths, thus exceeding 20,000 since the start of the pandemic .
The previous maximum of new infections had been registered on the 20th, with 23,648 positives in 24 hours. The number of positives since the first contagion was announced in the country at the end of January amounts to 1,242,203, with 20,372 deaths, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) updated last midnight.
Around 922,100 people have recovered from the disease while the number of active cases stands at nearly 300,000, according to RKI estimates. In Germany as a whole, the cumulative incidence in the last seven days stood at 149.7 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and new infections rose to 124,271 in the last week.
The struggle of several families from Malaga to receive online classes during the pandemic: “My daughter is discriminated against for being vulnerable”
For a couple of weeks, Enrique Espejo stands for a while every morning in front of the Education Delegation in Malaga. He has two posters on his chest and back that can be read from cars: “Tartessos Public School. Our vulnerable children without receiving their right to training and education. Solution now! ”. Her nine-year-old daughter suffers from a chronic illness, so the school and the delegation allow her to receive online education. However, they do not provide the means for that to happen. Delegation says that it corresponds to the center and the center replies that it has no resources. The result is that the girl and her brother, as well as eight other school children in a similar situation, have been without classes since September. “We only ask that they put a computer in the classroom,” protests the father.
Néstor Cenizo writes.