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The Copa América brought a new variant of coronavirus to Brazil | Digital Trends Spanish

The Copa América not only left Brazil with the sadness of losing the final, but also with the appearance of a new variant of coronavirus in the host country, coming from Colombia. This is variant B.1.621 and depending on the site Status, the people who arrived with this variant in Brazil had no symptoms and complied with all the required isolation protocols. This variant was first detected in Colombia and is believed to circulate in more than a dozen countries, including the United States, Spain, and now Brazil. However, it had previously been ruled out as a variant of Colombian origin, since its place of origin is not exactly known. Likewise, variant B.1.621 is not among the strains of interest in the World Health Organization classification, nor has it been categorized up to now as o...
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Copa América 2021: how and when to watch Chile vs. Brazil | Digital Trends Spanish

Brazil has almost no rivals at the South American level. Not even the draw on the last date of the group stage cast doubt on his status as the 2021 Copa América favorite. With the quarterfinals underway, he will face a Chile that continues to turn in the current account of the most successful generation of its history. ¿How to watch Chile vs. Brazil? We will tell you. You will be interested in: Tite's coaches are also favorites by history: of the 72 matches played between both teams, 50 ended up were won by Brazil and only 7 by the Chilean team. The last match ended with a 3-0 victory for the yellow squad, in the match in which Chile was left out of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Despite an uneven performance in the initial phase, the Chileans harbor their hopes for the return of Al...
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The best memes of the Copa América 2021 | Digital Trends Spanish

The renowned tournament is about to know the teams that will go to the quarterfinal round, once the matches that will be played on Monday, June 28, conclude. And as in Euro 2020, there is no shortage of exciting encounters. However, far from analyzing them, this time we present you some of the best memes of the Copa América 2021. You may also like: Best memes of the Copa América 2021 Cavani today pic.twitter.com/P6F4HlxqyZ & mdash; Fedde70 (@ Fedde70) June 24, 2021 The arrow came back! EDINSON CAVANI. pic.twitter.com/brIgtDmY8n & mdash; Franco Fernandez (@FrancoSurkov) June 24, 2021 Watching Uruguay vs Bolivia, with my three-year-old daughter Naty; and I ask her, who are you going to? 🤔 to which she answers "Daddy I like it and I want the pink dress" .. she was referring to th...
Brasil, China, coronavac, coronavirus, Covid 19, efectos secundarios fatales, ensayos, Noticias, paciente, paralizacion, pruebas, Salud, sinovac, sinovac biotech, suspensión, vacuna, vacuna china, vacunas, voluntario

Brazil suspends trials of Chinese vaccine against COVID-19 | Digital Trends Spanish

Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) suspended phase 3 clinical trials of a candidate vaccine against COVID-19 developed by China. The agency decided to stop the tests after a volunteer suffered "a serious incident" during the clinical trial of the CoronaVac vaccine. Although Anvisa did not provide further details about what happened, it assured that these incidents could include death, possibly fatal side effects, serious disability, hospitalization, in addition to other clinically significant events. For its part, the Chinese laboratory Sinovac Biotech said in a statement that it was confident in the safety of its antidote, in addition to ruling out that the incident was related to it. This situation took the Butantan Institute, the public body that coordinates v...
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COVID-19: Brazilian volunteer died from Oxford vaccine | Digital Trends Spanish

A Brazilian volunteer who was participating in the tests of a vaccine against COVID-19 died in recent days, according to the authorities of this South American country. The victim was part of the trials carried out by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and Oxford University, the state company said. National Agency for Sanitary Surveillance of Brazil (Anvisa). "In relation to the death of the Oxford vaccine test volunteer, Anvisa was formally informed of this fact on October 19, 2020," the regulatory body said in a statement. The information was also confirmed by the University of Sao Paulo, which is collaborating with the phase 3 studies in Brazil. Tests won't stop Pixabay Anvisa indicated that the background to the case was provided by the International Security Assessment Com...
Brasil, fauna marina, Mascarillas, Noticias, océanos, pandemia, pingüinos, planeta, Salud, Tendencias

What is pandemic trash? A silent threat | Digital Trends Spanish

During the first weeks of the quarantine, many of us welcomed the unprecedented appearance of animals in urbanized places, the decreases in air pollution levels and the decrease in noise in cities. It seemed as if the planet was finally "taking a breather" with the large number of people confined to their homes. The truth is that this naive optimism seems to have been left behind and now a new ecological concern is emerging as a result of the health crisis caused by the coronavirus. This is the large amount of waste generated during the pandemic and which, to a large extent, ends up polluting the oceans, affecting the increasingly vulnerable marine fauna. A plastic pandemic Different international organizations already speak of a true "plastic pandemic" in relation to t...
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They develop a lens 1,000 times thinner than human hair | Digital Trends Spanish

Brazilian researchers developed a lens a thousand times thinner than a human hair, which could be used to optimize the cameras of smartphones or other devices that depend on sensors. "In the current technological context, its applications are almost limitless," said Emiliano Rezende, professor at the San Carlos Faculty of Engineering (EESC-USP) of the University of Sao Paulo and author of the study "On metalenses with arbitrary field of view wide ”, published in ACS Photonics. The lens consists of a single nanometric layer of silicon in arrays of nanoposts that interact with light. The structure is printed using photolithography, a technique used to make transistors. This type of lens is known as a metalens. They were first developed ten years ago and achieve the high...