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Laís justifies herself in a conversation with Linn and takes action after a torpedo sent

After sending a text to the Linn da Quebrada with a masculine pronoun, the doctor Laís Caldas, of BBB 22, decided to talk to the singer this Monday (24). For those who don’t remember, she sent the following question anonymously; “Are you single? There’s someone asking here.” After rethinking her …

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WHO recommends lifting travel restrictions

Unsplash/Jesse Paul The World Health Organization (WHO in Portuguese, and WHO in English), at a meeting of the Emergency Committee on International Health Regulations, last week, made changes to the recommendations for international travel and events. The official recommendation for countries is rCompletely withdraw or relax international travel ban measures, …

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After market failure, Corinthians hands number 9 to Roger Guedes

After not being successful in the search for a strong striker for the start of this season, Corinthians threw in the towel in the search for a number 9 and decided to hand over the number to striker Roger Guedes, who wore number 123 last season. The change would be …

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President arrested and military seize power in Burkina Faso

Military takes power in Burkina Faso. Photo: RTB via REUTERS The President of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kabore, was detained this Monday (24) by mutinous soldiers, who keep him in a barracks in Ouagadougou, the capital of the country, sources of the security services told AFP. The military has …

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Towards the end, heat wave brings 13th straight day above 40ºC

Daniel Caselani Rio Grande do Sul recorded this Monday the 13th day in a row that the highs passed the 40ºC mark in this exceptionally long, intense and historic heat wave that has been plaguing the gaucho territory and other areas of Central South America for half a month. . …

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Understand what PMDS is, a rare discovery made in a patient from Serbia

The 67-year-old patient was undergoing a hernia repair procedure in Kosovo, Serbia. A rare case in medicine was discovered by some doctors after they performed surgery on a 67-year-old man in Kosovo, Serbia. The patient, who is married and has three children, underwent a hernia repair procedure, and through that …

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Amazonas has a reduction in Influenza and an increase in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Manaus/AM- Amazonas showed a reduction in the number of Influenza cases and an increase in the circulation of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). The epidemiological analysis of the Health Surveillance Foundation (FVS) is from November to January 15, 2022. According to the bulletin, 1,307 cases of Influenza were laboratory confirmed from …

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Western countries deploy troops in Eastern Europe, warn Russia

US says 8,500 troops are on standby for immediate deployment to Europe if Vladimir Putin decides to launch armed combat against neighboring country EFE/EPA/Russian Ministry of DefenseWestern countries believe risk of Russian invasion of Ukraine is imminent Tension grew between the countries of the nato (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), led …

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Average deaths from Covid rises above 300 again, after almost 3 months – 01/24/2022 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

Brazil once again had a moving average of deaths of more than 300 deaths per day. This Monday (24), the average reached 307 lives lost per day, an increase of 152% in relation to the data of two weeks ago. The last time the average was at this level was …

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Omicron spread could end pandemic emergency phase, says WHO

GENEVA – It is possible to end the acute phase of the pandemic coronavirus this year, said this Monday, 24th, the director general of World Health Organization (WHO), although currently the Covid-19 cause a kill every 12 seconds in the world. The pandemic is entering a “new phase”, and the …

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