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Indian coronavirus cases continue to increase

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An Indian shopkeeper sells votive threads, coconuts and flower garlands on June 8, in Delhi, India.
Workers from the “Los Olivos” funeral home collected the bodies of victims of Covid-19 from a hospital in Mexico City, on June 1. Pedro Pardo / AFP / Getty Images

Cases and deaths related to Coronavirus throughout Latin America are increasing faster than anywhere in the world.

Mexico: Country reported 2,999 cases of the corona virus on Monday, bringing the total to 120,102, according to the ministry of health. The death toll rose to 14,053, up 354 from Sunday’s total.

Peru: The health ministry recorded 3,181 new cases on Monday, bringing the country’s total to 199,696. Peru also recorded 106 new deaths, bringing the number of deaths to 5,571.

Brazil: The health ministry reported 15,654 new cases of coronavirus on Monday, bringing the country’s total to 707,412. Brazil also confirmed 679 new Covid-19 deaths on Monday, bringing the country’s total to 37,134. Brazil has recorded the second highest number of cases in the world, behind the United States.

The biggest spike in the whole world: Sunday marked the most Covid-19 cases reported to the World Health Organization in one day so far during the coronavirus pandemic, WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a media conference in Geneva on Monday.

“Yesterday, more than 136,000 cases were reported – the most in one day so far,” Tedros said. “Nearly 75% of yesterday’s cases came from 10 countries, mostly in America and South Asia.”

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The future of the oceans is in the hands of the youth

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The future of the oceans is in the hands of the youth

“It’s in the hands of the young protect the planet and especially oceans“That was the main message. Youth and Innovation Forum during United Nations Ocean Conferenceon the beach of Carcavelos, Portugal.

The presence on the beach of actor Jason Momoa, known for his roles in Aquaman and the TV series Game of Thrones, is intended to convey to the younger generation the importance of combating climate change.

At the end of this meeting, Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa issued a warning: “To be heard and to be important in the climate or in the oceans, they must fight and win in your name. be your main allies, but not the majority.”

UN Secretary General António Guterres gave a speech about my guilt. “Let me start with the words of the President of Portugal to apologize on behalf of my generation to your generation in connection with the state of the oceans, the state of biodiversity and the state of climate change,” António Guterres said.

The Oceans Conference will be held in Lisbon until the end of this week and will be attended by Heads of State and Government from all continents.

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Thiago Monteiro in 14th and 15th before the arrival of the WTCR in Portugal – Observer

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Thiago Monteiro in 14th and 15th before the arrival of the WTCR in Portugal - Observer

Portuguese driver Thiago Monteiro (Honda) finished 14th and 15th this Sunday in the two World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) races held in Aragon, Spain, which precede the Vila Real race.

The Portuguese rider always rode in the tail, he was hindered by the fact that Honda had more excess weight than his rivals.

“If they told me that I would be in this position, I would not believe it. But the reality is that we have not been able to withstand a number of adversities. From the moment when the pace is much lower than other rivals, we are prepared in advance. It’s heartbreaking,” the Portuguese rider began his explanation after the fourth round of the championship.

The Portuguese rider struggled to find the best balance in his Civic, as did his teammate, Hungarian Attila Tassi.

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“We still had problems, and we could not reach the full potential of the car. It was very difficult, unpleasant and discouraging, especially since we are going to Vila Real and this scenario does not suit me. But we will have to continue to look for our own path and believe that everything will work out, ”Thiago Monteiro concluded.

Belgian Giles Magnus (Audi) and Spaniard Mikel Ascona (Hyundai) won both races on Sunday.

Ascona leads the league with 129 points, while Thiago Monteiro is 16th with 12 points.

The WTCR competition in Portugal will take place next weekend in Vila Real.

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Joao Almeida became the champion of Portugal in cycling

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Joao Almeida became the champion of Portugal in cycling

This Sunday, Portuguese cyclist João Almeida (UAE-Emirates) became the Portuguese champion in cross-country cycling for the first time, winning the elite national championships held in Mogaduro.

In his first online race since Joao Almeida was forced to pull out of the Vuelta Italia after testing positive for the coronavirus, he won his first national title since becoming time trial champion in 2021.

Almeida crossed the finish line in Mogadora, covering the 167.5 km distance in 4:08.42 hours, 52 seconds behind Thiago Antunes (Efapel) second, Fabio Costa (Glassdrive-Q8-Anicolor) third, and Rui Oliveira (UAE). – Emirates), fourth.

In the end, João Almeida stated that he was “very pleased” with the victory, admitting that the race “went very well” and thanking his teammates.

Former national champion José Neves (W52-FC Porto) did not finish the race, as did Rafael Reis (Glassdrive-Q8-Anicolor) who won the time trial title on Friday.

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