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Travel: Covid ‘passport’ boosts mobility of Spanish

Laura | July 21, 2021 close
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THE European Union digital Covid-19 certificate is allowing Spanish people to travel and “return to mobility”, health chiefs said. More than nine million residents have downloaded the so-called Covid ‘passport’; which proves they have been immunised against coronavirus, received a negative test result, or have recovered from the disease. Spain’s […]

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International fugitive arrested for genocide

Laura | February 1, 2021 close
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SPANISH police arrested a former colonel of Uruguay’s brutal military dictatorship in the Castellón town of Peñíscola – one of the Latin American nation’s ‘most wanted’ fugitive. Eduardo Augusto Ferro is accused of illegally imprisonment, torture, and making political activists ‘disappear’ in the seventies and early eighties and is wanted […]

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What is a TMA, the test that now allows entry into Spain

Laura | December 10, 2020 close
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The Government of Spain allows from this Thursday entry into the country with a negative TMA, a Transcription-Mediated Amplification similar to a PCR. The new coronavirus test is cheaper and has a faster process, around two hours. Since last November 23rd, the Executive declared as mandatory the negative result of […]

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SpaceX’s Starship rocket explodes, but still a success

Laura | December 10, 2020 close
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The prototype Space X spacecraft ascended 12 kilometers during its test in Texas, but when it returned it hit the ground, generating a spectacular fireball. The rocket, whose purpose is to get to Mars, was unmanned, so no one was hurt. The test ended with the prototype of the Starship SN8 […]

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Gusts of wind reach 90 km/hour in the Marina Alta

Laura | December 9, 2020 close
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The wind was strong in the Marina Alta during yesterday especially on the coast, where many populations have overcome streaks of 80 km/h and have even reached 90 as has been the case of Jávea. There have also been incidents in Benissa, where firefighters have had to act because of a […]