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    Although the World Cup will not be concluded for another couple of weeks, one of the stadiums used to host seven matches during the tournament is already being demolished. Stadium 974, located near Doha Port, was made primarily from repurposed shipping containers and is capable of being completely dismantled and put back together like Lego after it is no longer needed. Although the World Cup will not be concluded for another couple of weeks, one of the stadiums used to host seven matches during the tournament is already being demolished Stadium 974, located near Doha Port, was made primarily from repurposed shipping containers and capable of being completely dismantled and put back together like Lego after it was needed The unique 40,000 seat venue consists of a modular steel frame and 974 shipping containers – hence the name of the stadium. Portugal, France, Brazil and Argentina all played at the arena - with the last clash being Tuesday's round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Portugal boss Fernando Santos says...
    A SO-CALLED time traveller has supposedly revealed the two nations in the World Cup final in the latest bizarre post sweeping the internet. The TikTok user shared TV footage of a full-time scene of a match which they claim to have taken in the future. 2The TikTok shared footage of a match which they claim to have taken in the futureCredit: TikTok/@lootkid 2The clip shows delighted Argentina players celebrating with a goalCredit: TikTok/@lootkid Sharing footage which they claimed was taken two weeks in the future at the World Cup final, the claimed Argentina will beat Brazil. The bonkers video says: "I am a time traveller and Argentina just beat Brazil in the World Cup finals." The TikTok user wrote in the caption: "Trust." The clip, which has been viewed nearly 170,000 times, shows delighted Argentina players celebrating with a goal as Brazil looks forlorn. The wild prediction left TikTok users baffled and less than convinced of the time traveller's predictions. Many pointed out that he must have travelled back in time to the Euros as the footage...
    (CNN)On Sunday, Brazilian voters will decide who will be their president for the next four years -- and polls and experts suggest women will be key in determining the outcome. This time round, the electronic voting machines will show the names of just two candidates, as decided by the first round of the election on October 2nd: former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers' Party, popularly known as Lula, and current president and candidate for the Liberal Party, Jair Bolsonaro. In the first round, Lula received 57.2 million votes (48.4% of the total), 1.8 million less than what was needed to reach the 50% threshold for victory. Bolsonaro got just over 51 million votes (43.2% of the total), and in a distant third place came the most prominent woman to run in the election: Simone Tebet of the Brazilian Democratic Movement party, with almost 5 million votes. Polls had predicted Bolsonaro's performance to be lower ahead of the first round, but they were, within the margin of error, accurate in the percentage of votes that Lula could...
    GABRIEL JESUS’ representatives are confident he will earn a place in Brazil’s World Cup squad – despite not being selected during this international break. The Arsenal striker, 25, has been on fire since his £45million summer move from Manchester City, with four goals and three assists in his opening seven Premier League games this season. 2Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus was omitted from Brazil's squad for the international breakCredit: Getty 2Arsenal star Gabriel Jesus is confident he will make Brazil's World Cup squadCredit: EPA Despite this form, he was controversially left out of the Brazil squad by manager Tite, who instead favoured Tottenham’s Richarlison as his No9. The Spurs forward – who also arrived in north London in the summer – appears to have tightened his grip on that position, scoring twice in a 3-0 win over Ghana last week. Richarlison, 25, should also feature tonight against Tunisia – Brazil’s final outing before their opening World Cup group stage game versus Serbia on November 24. Jesus later admitted he "respected" Tite's decision to leave him out. Read More on World CupFALSE...
    BRAZIL are set to host Argentina in an extraordinary re-arranged World Cup qualifier. The original match was called off in extremely bizarre circumstances last September. 2Neymar will do battle with Argentina once againCredit: AFP 2Lionel Messi and Argentina are likely to face Brazil outside of South AmericaCredit: Reuters Just six minutes into the game in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian health authorities invaded the pitch looking to deport four Premier League Argentina players who they said had violated Covid rules to enter the country from the UK. Those players were Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso of Tottenham and Emi Buendia and Emiliano Martinez of Aston Villa. All foreigners arriving from the UK at the time were required to undergo quarantine in Brazil. However, Fifa have now ordered the match to be replayed. When is Brazil vs Argentina? Despite being a World Cup qualifier, Brazil vs Argentina will be replayed as a standalone fixture once the South American qualifying campaign has concluded. This would not normally be permitted under Fifa rules, but both sides have already qualified, so there is only...
    Twenty years have now gone by since South America last won the World Cup. Brazil won title number five in Japan and South Korea in 2002. Ever since then, their every World Cup campaign has come to an end as soon as they met a western European side in the knock out rounds. 4Brazil's Cafu lifts the 2002 World Cup, the last time a South American country won itCredit: AP:Associated Press The lost to France in 2006, Holland in 2010, Germany - in astonishing style on home ground in 2014 and Belgium last time out three years ago. The story of Argentina is not radically different. True, they did get past Switzerland, Belgium and Holland on their way to the 2014 final, but all of their campaigns in the last two decades have ended in defeat to the Europeans - Germany in 2006, 10 and 14 and France last time. With four rounds of qualifiers still to go, both Brazil and Argentina have already booked their place in Qatar. They have breezed through the campaign. Brazil are unbeaten, and Argentina...
    Sao Paulo (CNN)Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said he decided not to get a Covid-19 vaccine, in an on-air interview with Jovem Pan radio on Tuesday night.Previously, Bolsonaro -- who has been eligible to get vaccinated since April -- has said he would take the vaccine after the last Brazilian was immunized."I decided not to take the vaccine anymore. I'm seeing new studies, my immunity levels are through the roof. I am going to get the vaccine for what? It would be the same thing as playing $10 in the lottery to win $2. That's out of place," he said Tuesday. Brazil passes grim milestone of 600,000 Covid-19 deaths, second only to USBolsonaro argued that Brazilians have the right to not get vaccinated, saying: "For me, (it is) freedom above all. If a citizen does not want to get the vaccine, it is his right and that's it."Bolsonaro's remarks come as the Brazilian population is showing major support for the vaccine. According to Johns Hopkins University, Brazil has fully vaccinated about 47% of its population and according to Our World In...
    Neymar has said that Qatar 2022 will probably be his last World Cup. He will only be 34 when 2026 comes round, but the mental strain is proving too much. There is an eerie echo of Pele in all of this. After falling to injury in the early stages of 1962 and being kicked out of 1966, Pele was adamant that he would not play Mexico 70. 5Neymar seems to be feeling the strain of Pele's legacyCredit: AP He relented, of course, and left the global stage on a high. He would have been approaching 34 at the time of the 1974 World Cup. But nothing, not musical pleas or government campaigns, would change his mind. Pele remains Brazil’s all time top scorer - a remarkable achievement. South American sides have had many more games since the current marathon World Cup qualification format was introduced in 1996. With the lone exception of Brazil, all of the South American top scorers are current or recently retired players. And Pele, too, will almost certainly be overtaken by Neymar - perhaps in the...
    FIFA has been put under pressure to announce Prem clubs will NOT be sanctioned for keeping their players back from this week’s World Cup qualifiers. Mexico, Chile and Paraguay have demanded their stars should be banned from club action this weekend after they were not released. 2Authorities stormed the pitch to deport four Argentina players during their clash with BrazilCredit: AP Brazil are also considering a similar stance after six top flight clubs including Liverpool and Manchester City refused to let their players fly back for action. But now the influential European Club Association has stepped into the row by suggesting the chaos surrounding Brazil’s abandoned game with Argentina is evidence Fifa must rule out any punishment on Wednesday. Charlie Marshall, the ECA chief executive, said: “This has to be sorted out within the next 24 hours. “Liverpool and the other clubs need to know if they can play their Brazilians or not or whether Fifa is going to enforce the five-day rule for not releasing the players. “If Fifa is not going to sanction the clubs then they need...
    08/31/2021 at 4:14 AM CEST . / Sao Paulo The classic they will play next Sunday Brazil and Argentina within the qualifying rounds of the Qatar 2022 World Cup will only have the presence of 1,500 guests at the Arena Corinthians stadium despite the fact that the Sao Paulo authorities had initially authorized the presence of 12,000 spectators. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) announced this Monday in a statement that finally will not sell tickets for the game and that it will only allow the entry of guests due to the difficulties to control the entrance to the stadium of fans with a negative covid diagnostic test. The decision was adopted “due to lack of time to develop an integrated system that allows cash control in the purchase, the verification of (covid) exams and vaccination vouchers, and the public’s access to the stadium safely, “according to the governing body of Brazilian soccer. The CBF assured that the restriction was decided “in common agreement” after a meeting with the leaders of the São Paulo Soccer Federation (FPF)...
    (CNN)Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has said he sees only three possibilities for his future: death, prison or winning the 2022 presidential elections."I have three alternatives for my future: being arrested, killed or victory," Bolsonaro said Saturday in remarks to a meeting of evangelical leaders that were broadcast on social media."I'm certain that the first alternative, being arrested, won't happen. No man on Earth scares me. I'm conscious that I'm doing the right thing. I owe nobody anything," added Bolsonaro, who was stabbed in the stomach during a campaign rally in 2018. Bolsonaro was in the central Brazilian state of Goias to meet with political leaders and businessmen to discuss national affairs, such as the economy, the pandemic situation and the prolonged drought in Brazil. Bolsonaro is sowing doubt in Brazils electoral system. His claims could endanger his own candidacy."We are also facing one of the biggest hydrological crises in Brazil, which will partly affect our agriculture and has affected energy generation, but God willing, the rains in September, October, are coming," Bolsonaro said.Read MoreBolsonaro also mentioned an indigenous protest taking...
    08/24/2021 at 11:02 PM CEST The government of the State of Sao Paulo has backtracked and reached an agreement with the CBF so that Brazil-Argentina, qualifying for the World Cup in Qatar, be played with the public. The superclassic, scheduled for Sunday, September 5, will be held at Corinthians’ stronghold, the Neo Química Arena, which will host 12,000 fans, 25% of its capacity. According to the Confederaçao, the meeting will be “a first and important test” for the presence of fans in major sporting events in the state of Sao Paulo. There is an agreement for it to be implemented the protocol established by the regional government and the Paulista Football Federation (FPF). The Governor of Sao Paulo, Joao Doria, now a staunch opponent of the far-right president Jair bolsonaro, had been irreducible to date about the possibility of opening an exception for one of the star games of the South American qualifiers and had ratified that there would be no public at any sporting event in the state until November 1. However, where...
    08/10/2021 at 3:27 AM CEST Leo Messi and Neymar Jr. will face each other in the rematch of the last Copa América final, on September 5 at the NeoQuímica Arena, in Sao Paulo. The new version of the South American Superclassic, which corresponds to the Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, could represent the first face-to-face between the two PSG players, if the signing of Leo is confirmed by the Qatari-Parisian club. Brazil – Argentina, from the sixth day of the South American qualifying group for the next Mudnial, should have been played, in March in Recife, but it was postponed due to the devastating effects of the pandemic on the entire continent. Now the shock has gained interest and morbidity. In the first place, because it will arrive two months after the Albiceleste will star in their particular Maracanazó and win the Copa América against the team of Tite. At the same time, the meeting could be a duel between Messi and Neymar, being the two wardrobe mates, since the signing of...
    Brazil arrives with maximum force to face Spain in the final of the men’s soccer tournament in Tokyo 2020. Although he has a very well-defined starting eleven, coach André Jardine still remains on the bench a secret weapon that he has used in all the games of the Olympic Games and that has been key to unblocking tricky encounters like those of Egypt, Mexico or Saudi Arabia. His name is Reinier Jesus, 19 years old, young promise of Real Madrid. Loaned to Borussia Dortmund for two seasons (he still has one in Germany), Reinier spoke to Diario As from Japan about his expectations for the final. “Brazil-Spain is already a great classic of world football. Spain has a great team, with great players. It will be the biggest challenge for us in these Games, a great match”, Reinier told about the final in Yokohama, a special place in the history of the Brazilian team. There the canarinha of Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Roberto Carlos won the 2002 World Cup against Germany. “We are studying how Spain plays, its style, its players....
    It had been counting for the last few days. Dani ceballos it was impossible to get to the game this Saturday in Yokohama after suffering a grade two ankle sprain in the match against Egypt. The footballer has done everything possible to help his teammates on the green but the injury suffered requires a minimum recovery time. Thus, through his social networks he himself announced that “I have worked hard and hand in hand with this incredible medical team to be able to play again in this tournament that makes me so excited, but it has not been possible. I have to help the team tomorrow. in a different way. We’re going for the gold. Thanks to everyone. “ The Utreran has touched the ball during this week, has worked on some exercises with the team and has evolved satisfactorily, but it was impossible to reach an optimal competition rhythm to play a match such as a final of the Olympic Games“.
    Sao Paulo (CNN)A Brazilian Supreme Court justice has ruled that President Jair Bolsonaro should be investigated for his unproven claims that the country's electronic voting system is vulnerable to fraud.Wednesday's ruling resulted from Bolsonaro missing a deadline on Monday to present any proof of his claims. The Supreme Court will now lead an investigation into the dissemination of "fake news" about the court and its members, as well as looking into a supposed "digital militia" financed by private companies to do so.Bolsonaro has repeatedly made claims of fraud within the Brazil's voting system without presenting any evidence. The President, who is expected to seek a second term in 2022, has also suggested that votes could be fraudulent.He responded with anger to the Supreme Court decision to approve an investigation into his claims, according to Reuters. Brazils scandal-plagued President may face a reckoning as lawmakers consider impeachment "This investigation is not within the bounds of the constitution, so the antidote to this is also not within the bounds of the constitution," Bolsonaro said on social media, without specifying further the nature...
    THE first women’s football tournament in the Olympics was back in 1996 in Atlanta. Brazil were there, but their administrators did not appear to take the team very seriously. 6Brazil's women's football team competing at Tokyo 2020Credit: AP 6Marta, 35, is one of the veterans of the team dreaming of a medal at the OlympicsCredit: Alamy The women were in the back of the plane, while the men’s team flew first class. And the women were only given enough pennants - the things that the captains swap before kick off - for the group phase. When Brazil made it out of the group, the goalkeeper had to teach the captain the rudimentary English to apologise for the lack of a pennant. They have come a long way since - and Formiga has come with them all the way. The busy central midfielder (‘Formiga’ is a nickname, which translates as ‘ant’) was an 18 year old back in 1996. Twenty five years later, at 43, she is still there- along with the great Marta, a mere junior at 35. The current...
    Amazon Wants FTC Chair Khan Recused Over Past Criticism Joe Bidens stock market is way ahead of Wall Street expectations It was not easy to spot him through the crush of people in the tunnel underneath New Jersey’s Met Life Stadium, but the television lights helped. His obvious rage, though, was impossible to miss. Lionel Messi, among the handful of greatest players to bless the world of soccer, had had enough. For three years in a row, he invested a significant portion of his too-short summer in the attempt to win a major international championship with, and for, his native Argentina, and each time he came as close as possible without succeeding. “The national team is finished for me,” he told reporters. “That’s it.” MORE: Complete Copa America TV and match schedule This was five years ago. And yet there was Messi on Monday night in Brazil breaking Argentina’s record for caps with his 148th appearance, this in a 4-1 victory over Bolivia at Copa America. The victory, which included two more goals from Messi, secured first place in...
    Brazil signed the Artemis Accords, becoming the first South American country to signal it will adhere to principles to explore space in a peaceful and sustainable way.  The signing, which happened late Tuesday, means a total of 12 countries have now signed the pact. Brazil joins the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand, the UK, the United Arab Emirates and Ukraine in signing the document. By signing the document, Brazil joins an established 'practical set of principles to guide space exploration cooperation among nations participating in NASA’s 21st century lunar exploration plans,' NASA said in a statement. Brazil Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation Marcos Pontes signed the document in Brasília in an event that featured President Jair Bolsonaro and other officials.  Brazil signed the Artemis Accords, becoming the first South American country to signal it will adhere to principles to explore space and the moon to benefit 'all of humanity' The Artemis Accords, which were established last year in conjunction with the US State Department, reinforces the 1967 Outer Space...
    National Review Iran’s Growing Drone Threat Earlier this month, pro-Iranian groups used a drone to strike against U.S. forces in Iraq for the first time. It was just the latest in a series of attacks carried out against American troops in the country, many of which have involved volleys of small rockets. And it highlighted the growing threat of Iranian drone attacks in the Middle East. The drone threat is setting off alarms at the Pentagon. General Kenneth McKenzie, who leads the U.S. Central Command, told the House Armed Services Committee on April 20 that “for the first time since the Korean War, we are operating without complete air superiority.” Central Command, which deals with the increasing threat of drone attacks from countries such as Iran and terrorist groups such as ISIS, argues that better air defense is needed to track and thwart such attacks. Iran is rapidly becoming a drone power in the Middle East. Tehran has transferred drones to Yemen for many years, increasing their range and effectiveness in the war that Iranian-backed Houthi rebels are waging against...
    COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing in India amid overcrowding and complacency as a million converge for a Hindu festival.  A full opening of the economy from last year’s crippling lockdown, coupled with the mass religious festivals and political rallies in states heading to elections have fuelled the crisis. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 8Naga Sadhus, or Hindu holy men, take a dip in the Ganges river during the second Shahi Snan at Kumbh Mela, or the Pitcher Festival, amid the spread of the coronavirus diseaseCredit: Reuters 8 It emerged today India has racked up the world’s highest tally of new daily coronavirus infections, by far beating its own record.  This has carried India past Brazil for a tally of 13.53 million, data shows, amid fears it may become a new breeding ground for mutant virus like the South American country.  It now ranks as the second-most infected country after the United States, with 31.2 million. More than 170,200 Indians have perished so far from the virus.  And the alarming tally is on course to double in...
    BRASILIA, Mar 25 (.) – Brazil hopes to vaccinate one million people a day against COVID-19 within about 40 days, Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said on Thursday, adding that companies can also buy the injections in abroad. In online testimony before a Congressional commission on COVID-19, Guedes also said the government could reactivate a measure that gives sectors hit by the pandemic extended grace periods for debt repayment. (Reporting by Jamie McGeever, Carolina Mandl and Gabriel Ponte; Edited in Spanish by Ricardo Figueroa)
    Brazil soybean harvest will be at least 130 million tons, says Safras & Mercado
    New York : Like his coach at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp, that at the beginning of February he was unable to attend his mother’s funeral, the club’s regular goalkeeper, Alisson Becker, will run with the same luck when not being able to say goodbye of his father who died in the early morning of Thursday 25, due to air restrictions on flights from the UK and the British restrictions on Brazil, which have made it impossible to return. According to reports in the English press, ehe goalkeeper of the Brazilian team intends to travel in three weeks and stay in Brazil for five days, but now it will be impossible for him to attend the wake. Something that, according to this media, has him devastated, since his relationship with his father was very close. Alisson Becker desperately tried to find a way to fly to Brazil after the tragic death of his father, but had to remain in England due to the COVID-19 ban on flights from the UK. https://t.co/dZwWWQogWe – Liverpool FC Spanish (@Liverpool_FC_ES) February 26, 2021 Jose Becker...
    Bloomberg Bolsonaro’s populist measures begin their end: Mac Margolis (Bloomberg) – Bold, business friendly and proudly impolite, Brazil’s Economy Minister Paulo Guedes had made a name for himself in the trenches of financial markets, but he always wanted more. He saw his chance in Jair Bolsonaro, the ex-military man turned right-wing provocateur, who was inclined to take up arms to win the presidency. Together, Bolsonaro at the forefront of the campaign and Guedes with the policies, they would rescue Brazil from the clique of statists, communists, social democrats and other alleged political invertebrates, and they would carry it forward with foundational free market reforms. Tell me a new story. To Roberto Castello Branco, the chief executive of Brazil’s state oil company Petrobras, last week, Bolsonaro not only smashed investor confidence and shares in major oil companies, but also led Guedes and his liberal entourage into a trap. Petrobras’ drop on Monday of 100 billion reais (US $ 19 billion), 22% of its value, dragged the Sao Paulo stock exchange down almost 5%. The real weakened against the US dollar. Petrobras...
    The Conversation Spain A Spanish ‘miracle’ in Nordic lands for neutron science The scientific instruments of the largest spallation neutron source in the world, the European Spallation Source, have been named after Thor, god of thunder and strength, and other gods of Norse mythology. Shutterstock / rudall30 Norse legend tells that Odin lived in Asgard with his sons, Thor and Heimdal, as well as a wide cast of gods, demiurges, and divine entities such as Loki, Freia, Bifrost, and Skadi. These names are no longer narrated around a campfire, but are heard in offices and laboratories in Lund, southern Sweden. This is the name of some of the scientific instruments of what will be one of the wonders of the beginning of the 21st century: the largest source of spallation neutrons in the world, the European Spallation Source (ESS). Image courtesy of ESS. This source, the brightest in the world, will take advantage of the operation of the most powerful accelerator on the planet (it can reach up to 5 MW), sending high-energy protons at speeds close to those of...
    Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has warned that 'coronavirus will be with us for life' as he urged regional leaders to abandon social distancing measures and instead learn to 'live with' the virus. 'This issue of Covid will continue for life,' he said at his weekly live webcast on social media, adding that social distancing measures will 'lead nowhere.'  The 65-year-old strongman leader, who was himself infected with Covid, has shunned social distancing throughout the pandemic and has since announced that he will not take a vaccine. But his popularity has been falling amid a slow jabs roll-out and soaring death toll, driven by a more-infectious Covid mutant that caused hospitals in the jungle city of Manaus collapse.  President Bolsonaro has urged regional leaders in Brazil against bringing in more social distancing measures to combat Covid, saying people must 'live with' the virus Brazil has the world's second-highest death toll from the disease, behind only the USA, which has been driven by the emergence of a new and more-infectious variant of the virus Bolsonaro has shunned social distancing...
    A NEW strain of the coronavirus from Brazil has potential to evade vaccines. It's the third new variant to emerge in the past two months, adding to one identified in the UK, and another in South Africa. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4The Pfizer vaccine (pictured) has not been tested against one of the mutations found in the Brazil and South Africa variantsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Britain now has three vaccines approved against the coronavirus, from drug giants Pfizer, AstraZeneca (Oxford's) and Moderna. There are fears the new mutations will be able to dodge the immune system, even after vaccination or previous infection. The UK’s Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance admitted “we don’t know for sure” if the vaccines being rolled out on the NHS will work on the strains from Brazil and South Africa. He told ITV's Preston: “There’s a bit more of a risk that this might make a change to the way the immune system recognizes it but we don’t know. "Those experiments are underway,” Sir...
    Bloomberg Ford will stop plants in Brazil and assume responsibility of US $ 4,100M (Bloomberg) – Ford Motor Co. is planning to halt operation at its plants in Brazil as part of a restructuring that will eliminate 5,000 jobs in the region and generate a charge of roughly $ 4.1 billion. On Monday, the automaker said that It will immediately close two plants in Brazil and the third by the end of the year, which will result in three models that are manufactured locally no longer being sold. The job losses include employees in both Argentina and Brazil, he noted. The latest streamlining effort will cost the company about $ 2.5 billion in pre-tax charges by 2020 and about $ 1.6 billion this year, Ford said. ” With more than a century in South America and Brazil, we know that these are very difficult actions, but necessary, to create a healthy and sustainable business, ”said Jim Farley, Ford CEO, in a statement. Original Note: Ford to End Manufacturing in Brazil, Take $ 4.1 Billion ChargeFor more articles like this, please...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are hopeful Alex Telles will get the green light to face West Brom after he tested negative for coronavirus. Reports emerged from South America over the weekend that the Brazilian had returned a positive result while on international duty. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford 2Alex Telles could get the green light to face West Brom this weekendCredit: Jon Super-The Guardian However, the Brazilian Football Confederation have now confirmed the defender will travel with the rest of the squad on Tuesday to Uruguay after returning a second negative test. United had previously said they would ‘make an assessment’ when Telles returned to Carrington. They released a statement before his negative result was confirmed, which read: “It is still hoped he will be available to play in Saturday's Premier League match against West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford.” Telles has endured a difficult start to life at the Red Devils following his move from Porto in October. He has already missed four games after first testing positive for Covid-19 at the...
    Breaking News — Brasilia, Jul 6 . .- The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, announced on Monday that he will undergo another diagnostic test for the new coronavirus, the fourth since the health crisis began, after having performed an X-ray of the lung. “I came from the hospital now, I had an X-ray of the lung and it’s clean, okay? I’m going to do a COVID-19 exam shortly, but it’s all good,” the far-right leader told a group of supporters waiting for him. at the door of the Alvorada Palace, his official residence in Brasilia. The president, one of the few world leaders denying the danger of the disease, who describes as “flu”, and who censors the measures of social isolation, was wearing a mask when he approached his followers, with whom he took photos. CNN Brazil reported that the president presented a fever of 38ºC, which is one of the symptoms of the disease, while other media indicated that Bolsonaro was subjected to the COVID-19 test and his result is expected for this Tuesday. Consulted by EFE, the...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro said he will be tested for COVID-19 after having an X-ray of his lungs on Monday. He didn’t say whether he was showing symptoms of the new coronavirus. Bolsonaro, who has repeatedly downplayed the risks of the disease, told supporters outside the presidential residence in capital Brasilia that he is feeling well. Brazil’s Supreme Court published documents in May showing that Bolsonaro tested negative three times in March after meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump in Florida. The Brazilian leader hasn’t said whether he took any additional tests for the disease since. Bolsonaro’s prior tests were conducted using pseudonyms, as is customary for medical tests performed on Brazilian leaders in order to preserve their privacy. The president has repeatedly appeared in public without wearing a mask, shaking hands with supporters and mingling with crowds. He has fiercely criticized local leaders’ restrictions on activity and said the economic impact of shutdowns would inflict more hardship than the virus. More than 65,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Brazil. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press....
    Coronavirus — The passion, the shouting and the effervescence for the goals will return starting next July 10 in Brazil. This decision was made by the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro before the return of the Carioca Championship, allowing the fans to enjoy, once again, a football match. Brazil is one of the countries most affected by coronavirus with 1,345,254 positives, 30,476 in the last 24 hours. Hobbies are back Stadiums will receive a third of their capacity and in compliance with biosafety laws, such as distance of four square meters per person and buying tickets online. The decree published by the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro does not explain the details of the distancing, but it will be published during these days. He Carioca Championship returned on June 18 and it became the first professional sports competition to return in South America after the declaration of quarantine. The first match played was a Flamengo against Bangu in the Maracanã stadium of the Copa Libertadores. The return had some controversy because Fluminense and Botafogo were opposed to...
    Hd Kumaraswamy produced appeal to Primary Minister in his tweet. (File) Bengaluru: The federal government must impose a lockdown for a further 20 days, former Karnataka chief minister and Janata Dal (Secular) chief High definition Kumaraswamy claimed this early morning as he linked the rise in coronavirus cases in India to the simplicity in constraints. An instant shutdown ought to also be announced in Karnataka, “specifically for Bengaluru”, the 68-calendar year-aged chief said, adding that “Bengaluru will turn into an additional Brazil” if stricter limitations are not put in spot. In a sequence of tweets, Mr Kumaraswamy mentioned that coronavirus experienced been spreading quickly immediately after the govt unveiled the approach to “unlock” India. “Cease actively playing with human lives. It will not serve any function to seal a couple of regions. If you care for the human lives in Bengaluru, shut down the metropolis absolutely for 20 times. Else, Bengaluru will turn out to be one more Brazil. People’s lives are a lot more vital than the financial system,” he wrote in Kannada, attacking the point out authorities....
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