Saturday, November 27

New Zealand News

Giammattei calls for vaccinations to celebrate the end of the year festivities and warns of possible effects of the omicron strain

President Alejandro Giammattei continues with his tours of the departments and this Saturday, November 27, he visited Jalapa, where he participated in a vaccination session and referred to the omicron variant. The president recalled that on Friday the first health alert was issued in which the entry of people coming from seven different countries is prohibited. He added that as they are African countries, we do not have much relationship, but anyone who has gone through any of these has to go into quarantine for 14 days when coming to Guatemala. He indicated that a plane with 500 passengers that was going from South Africa to the Netherlands was stopped at the airport because it was carrying 110 people positive for covid-19. He said that countries that do not yet have this new strain ...

The world tries to contain the new Omicron variant

The British government has announced more restrictive face covering measures and the imposition of tests on international travelers after the announcement of two cases linked to the new, potentially more contagious variant of COVID-19. According to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, these “targeted and preventive” measures are necessary to slow the spread of the Omicron variant. "It is a responsible ...

Liverpool beat Southampton 4-0, Arsenal relaunches at Newcastle’s expense

After defeating Porto 2-0 in the Champions League, the 'Reds' won again this Saturday with a double by Portuguese Diogo Jota (2 and 32) and goals from Spanish Thiago Alcántara (37), who had already scored against the Portuguese, and the Dutch Virgil van Dijk (52). With strikers on a roll and no goals conceded in defense, Liverpool can confidently face the derby against Everton next Wednesday, on a weekday. The victory also places Jürgen Klopp's men second in the provisional standings, one point behind leaders Chelsea, which hosts Manchester United (8th) on Sunday in the most attractive match of the day. Manchester City, meanwhile, could regain that second place if on Sunday they beat West Ham (4th) at home. After breaking their winning streak last week by conceding a defeat precisely ...

Ancelotti on Haaland and Mbappé, “I don’t want to give names, but Madrid will play in the new stadium and hopefully the coach will be Carlo”

During his speech, the Italian spoke of various topics, highlighting the last hour on David Alaba and Eden Hazard. The center-back suffered a blow to his left knee in the last Champions League duel against the Sheriff of Tiraspol and due to precariousness, he is looming as a casualty for this Sunday. “Alaba trained but still has a bit of discomfort. We will evaluate him tomorrow, if there is a small risk he will not play. It is not a serious problem because the ligament is not affected but we will see it tomorrow. The risk will be zero, "he commented. For his part, Hazard has been recovering from gastroenteritis and will not be available although he has already returned to train alongside his teammates. “Hazard has trained but the gastroenteritirs has affected him and he will not be av...

This was the fall of the Colombian singer Karol G during a concert in Miami

It has happened to all of us more than once that we stumble and quickly get up. However, that impact could vary when the event happens in front of hundreds of people who are recording with their cell phones. This is well known by the Colombian singer Karol G. The 30-year-old interpreter who has become known worldwide for successful songs such as “Bichota” or “Tusa”, suffered a fall on Friday, November 26, during a concert she was giving at the FTX Arena in Miami, United States. The event occurred when the Colombian Carolina Giraldo Navarro - better known as Karol G - sang the song "Now I'm calling" on a stage. Before starting the chorus of the track, the artist approached the first step of the platform with a downward direction, but did not place her foot correctly. Due to the mome...

Traffic light alerts: Guatemala registers fewer municipalities in red amidst threat from omicron variant

The Ministry of Health updated this Saturday, November 27, the warning traffic light for covid-19 and details that for the next 14 days 29 municipalities are set on red alert, 89 in orange and 222 in yellow. In the previous update, on November 13, the data indicated that 58 municipalities were on red alert, 116 in orange and 166 in yellow. According to the data of this Saturday 27, there are now 29 fewer municipalities in red alert, 27 fewer territories in orange and 56 more municipalities in yellow. In recent days, the daily cases detected have decreased, as have active infections, which are currently 1,742, according to the latest report from the Ministry of Health. However, no municipality has yet been registered on a green alert, such as what happened in San Martín Zapotitlán, Ret...

Police search Juventus offices to investigate their signings

According to a statement published on Friday night by the Turin prosecutor's office, the investigation focuses on the movements of players in the last three years and the way in which the financial results were presented between 2019 and 2021. Juventus is suspected of having offered false information to investigators, and of having made invoices for non-existent transactions, the prosecutor's office added. According to the Italian media, six leaders of the Turin club are in the spotlight, starting with president Andrea Agnelli, vice president and former star Pavel Nedved, as well as former sports director Fabio Paratici, who now works at Tottenham. The Italian national press agency, ANSA, said this Saturday that investigators are especially interested in the arrival of Portuguese Cris...

Five things to know about the omicron variant of covid-19

The omicron variant of the coronavirus, discovered by South African researchers, is rare and has a high number of mutations, which would make it highly transmissible. The World Health Organization (WHO) spoke on Friday of a "worrying" variant, which triggered global panic and restrictions on international flights. Scientists work 24 hours a day to analyze it and try to understand its behavior. This is what is known from the elements shared by South African scientists. 1. - Origins - The origin of this new strain is currently unknown, but South African researchers were the first to announce their discovery on November 25. Cases were reported that day in Hong Kong and Botswana. A day later, it was the turn of Israel and Belgium. 2. - Mutations - On November 23, researchers discover a...

Marie Montpetit’s father criticizes Anglade’s management

Marie Montpetit's father, Marc, presented himself to the liberal congress on Saturday to “leave all his functions” and criticize the crisis management of the leader Dominique Anglade. "We condemn, we sanction, we move on," denounced Mr. Montpetit. At the same time, the deputy Christine St-Pierre said she wanted her colleague to return to the PLQ, if she made the "nece...

Ramos admits to having had “difficult moments” after his arrival at PSG

“In the end they are difficult moments, moments of loneliness. Whole hours in the gym with the physiotherapist, with the physical trainer. You constantly have negative thoughts that sometimes make you doubt, "he says in an interview with Amazon Prime Video that will be broadcast this Sunday. In these statements, of which French media such as Sport.fr advanced some excerpts this Saturday, the 35-year-old player said despite everything that he had trusted himself. “I believed in myself and in work. I focus on restoring the trust they have placed in me to the club. I hope to reach my best level ”, he added. Ramos, away from the pitch since his arrival in the French capital due to a succession of injuries, was called up for the first time on November 23 for the match against Manchester Ci...