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Latest society news for today Sunday, January 16

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If you want to be up to date with all the today’s news, ABC makes available to readers a summary with the best headlines of the Sunday, January 16 that you should not miss, like these:

Tsunami alert for the west coast of the US and floods in Hawaii after the eruption in Tonga

tsunami alerts were issued this Saturday morning for the west coast of the united statesnests, while Hawaii has been affected by “minor flooding”, following the eruption of a volcano in the Tonga islands on Friday, according to the US weather services.

Coronavirus: Lower prices increase demand for antigen tests

The first hours with the antigen tests at a maximum price of 2.94 euros have caused some queues in pharmacies. Some establishments have also had to put up signs informing them that these Covid-19 detection tests had been exhausted, although with the knowledge that in the coming days they will receive more and the shortages that occurred throughout the country during the days before Christmas will not occur.

Coronavirus: Ómicron devastates nursing home staff and collapses care for the elderly

After the tsunami of infections, the avalanche of casualties. The logical deduction of what could happen this January has been given and the nursing homes, those centers where the first wave devastated in a devastating way and have been five others trying to put doors to the field so that the virus does not penetrate, they have not been able to stay out of this sixth puff either. The employee templates are completely devastated, and last Friday the Imserso communicated the casualties of 8,367 infected employees (as of January 9), a thousand more than the previous week. The positive side is that Ómicron is at the moment “respecting” the elderly, all with a third dose, geriatricians assert with great caution. But it is a fact that the virus has already settled in these social and health complexes and currently there are 1,299 centers in the country with outbreaks (a week ago it was 890). The drop in cases among residents climbed 86% from January 3 to 9.

Victims of bouncy castles denounce neglect in inspections

Over the last few years there have been several similar misfortunes with bouncy castles like the one that this January took the lives of two minors in Mislata (Valencia). The first case occurred in La Rinconada (Seville), where a minor died in 2016 when another child fell on him, causing a cardiorespiratory arrest that ended his life after several hours in a coma. A few months later, already in 2017, a little girl died in Caldes de Malavella (Gerona) while jumping on one of these attractions with other children until the castle flew away.

José Francisco Serrano Oceja: The Pope against the ‘woke’ culture

It is true that the Pope Francisco he has no armies at his service, but he has speeches, as effective as they are clarifying. Surely some Stalin on duty, supporter of the left of the new identities, has realized what that means. If not, you should carefully read the speech to the Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Holy See last Monday. A piece in which the Pope, in addition to synthesizing his main activities of the past year, delves into the great issues that affect humanity.

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