translated from Spanish: They warn that there will be a shortage of beds in Province, Nora Etchenique died, the Champions League returns, football tests and more…

1. Coronavirus in Argentina: 40 new deaths and the total stands at 4,191

1245 confirmed cases admitted to intensive care and more than 100 thousand recovered in the national territory. I kept reading here…
2. Farewell to Cristina Lorenzo, the ATE nurse who died from Covid-19

Cristina had more than 22 years of experience, was ATE leader of the San Isidro section and died in the early hours of today by Covid-19. I kept reading here…
3. Vizzotti on chlorine dioxide: it has no benefit and can be toxic

The Health Access Secretary spoke of the chemist Viviana Canosa drank live. I kept reading here…
4. They seek justice for twins who were born and died in a hospital bathroom

It happened in Santa Cruz and the case was unveiled by the parents of the babies on social media. Look at his heartbreaking story. I kept reading here…
5. From the Province they warn that «beds will start to be missing in a few days»

Nicolas Kreplak, Deputy Minister of Bonaerense Health, also noted that circulation should be further limited. I kept reading here…
6. Nora Etchenique, director of the Institute of Bonaerian Hemotherapy, died

The Director of the Institute of Hemotherapy of the province of Buenos Aires died on Friday in a traffic accident. I kept reading here…
7. Eme Carranza nominated for «Restaurant and Bar Design Awards»

Eme Carranza’s studio was argentina’s only one nominated for these awards, which she considers «can be inspiring to other designers in our country.» I kept reading here…
8. Testing began on Argentine football teams before returning to training

Next week they will begin training and prevention should rule out any cases of coronavirus on campuses. I kept reading here…
9. Champions League returns: days, schedule and TV

This afternoon one of the most exciting anthems for football lovers around the world sounds again. I kept reading here…
10. 10 movie classics to watch on Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime

You don’t know what to see for the weekend anymore? What if instead of marathoning a series you bet on one of these classics? I kept reading here…

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