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Scandal over Covid-19 deaths at Madrid nursing homes sparks fierce political row

Scandal over Covid-19 deaths at Madrid nursing homes sparks fierce political row

Internal documents from the Madrid government show that regional officials from being transferred to hospitals at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.Physicians at healthcare centers were also instructed to apply certain guidelines to determine whether sick people living in their own homes should receive home treatment instead of being taken to the hospital.Although there are no official figures yet, this newspaper estimates that more than 19,000 people have died at social services centers – which include senior homes and centers for people with disabilities – across Spain.In a country hit...

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Inés Santaeulalia
Jun 10
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Spain to close half its coal-fired power stations

Spain to close half its coal-fired power stations

Spain is on track to become a coal-free country in record time. All of its remaining coal-fired thermal power plants will start shutting down on Tuesday, a year-and-a-half after the , which could not survive without the state aid that the European Union has banned.Seven out of the 15 coal-fired power stations that are still working in Spain will cease being operational on June 30, after their owners – the electricity companies – decided that it does not make financial sense to adapt them to European regulations. And four more are getting ready to shut down soon.Yet these closures appear to...

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Manuel Planelles
Jun 29
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50 metros de bandera LGTBI hecha con ganchillo y el empeño de 13 vecinas cordobesas

50 metros de bandera LGTBI hecha con ganchillo y el empeño de 13 vecinas cordobesas

Era marzo. Cuando toda España intentaba aplanar la curva del coronavirus, Carmen Romero y más vecinas de Aguilar de la Frontera, una localidad cordobesa de 13.000 habitantes, se pusieron a coser mascarillas para colaborar en la lucha contra la covid-19. Cuando su ayuda ya no era necesaria, ella y 12 vecinas más decidieron seguir tejiendo, aunque en esta ocasión algo completamente diferente: este lunes han terminado de confeccionar una bandera de ganchillo con motivo de . Mide más de 50 metros de largo, y ahora cubre y da sombra a una de las calles del municipio.Mi madre, junto con otras...

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Ediciones El País
Jun 23
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Spain enlists medical students to shore up overburdened healthcare system

Spain enlists medical students to shore up overburdened healthcare system

The rapid rise of coronavirus cases in Spain is forcing health authorities to resort to medicine students and retired physicians to shore up that is near collapse.On a day when the in 24 hours to reach 17,147, with 939 patients in intensive care and 767 deaths, Health Minister Salvador Illa announced the hiring of 30,000 health professionals, a figure that the ministry later raised to 50,000. The newly hired healthcare workers include doctors and nurses but also residents undergoing postgraduate training, recently retired physicians and last-year medical students.The government has...

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El País
Mar 19
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At least 19 dead at Madrid senior home due to a coronavirus outbreak

At least 19 dead at Madrid senior home due to a coronavirus outbreak

At least 19 residents of a senior home in Madrid have died from an outbreak of , center managers confirmed on Tuesday.The deaths at the Monte Hermoso care home were first reported by the news agency Europa Press, citing relatives who spoke with workers there. “It’s likely that more people are going to die,” a healthcare source familiar with the situation told EL PAÍS.Until Tuesday of this week, ill residents were not being taken to hospital, and were dying inside the senior living center. Late on Tuesday, over 12 hours after the story broke, it was still impossible to ascertain the exact...

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Fernando Peinado
Mar 18
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With hospitals facing shortages, Spanish shoemakers start sewing face masks to fight coronavirus crisis

With hospitals facing shortages, Spanish shoemakers start sewing face masks to fight coronavirus crisis

The Spanish healthcare system is running out of protective gear for health workers, of whom at least 455 have been infected by the coronavirus by the latest count. On Wednesday, the head of the health service of the northeastern region of Aragón, Javier Marión, broke into tears at a news conference as he was discussing the risk that workers face each day at hospitals and other health centers.The shortage of face masks in Spain, which in number of coronavirus cases, has inspired several civil society initiatives. In Elda, in Alicante province, a group of aparadoras – women who stitch shoes...

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Ferran Bono
Mar 19
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