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Nearly 180,000 Americans will die of the corona virus on October 1 unless almost everyone starts wearing masks, show new projections.

The latest coronavirus projection from the University of Washington Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation showed 179,106 deaths on October 1 if there were no changes.

But that number will drop to 146,000 if 95% of Americans start wearing masks in public, the model estimates.

The previous IHME estimate, published June 15, projected 201,129 deaths on October 1. “California and other countries have seen an increase in the number of cases in recent weeks, but deaths have not increased at the same rate, a trend that can change in the coming weeks,” IHME director Christopher Murray said in a statement Wednesday.

“There is no doubt that even as the country opened up, the United States was still grappling with a major epidemic in efforts to increase starting at the end of August and increasing in September,” Murray said. “People need to know that wearing a mask can reduce transmission of the virus by as much as 50%, and those who refuse to risk their lives, their families, their friends, and their communities.”

According to a June 12 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 74% of Americans nationally say they often wear masks. That figure is close to 90% in New York and Los Angeles.

“Countries that report the age of confirmed cases show that there are more cases detected in younger people who are at far lower risk of dying than older people,” Murray said. “It remains to be seen how this will unfold over the next few weeks, and if transmission continues to increase, we might see an increase in infections in populations at risk.”

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Portuguese newspaper highlights Botafogo’s ‘desire’ for Cristiano Ronaldo after Rafael’s interview

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Portuguese newspaper highlights Botafogo's 'desire' for Cristiano Ronaldo after Rafael's interview

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During an interview with the podcast, the side talked about the possibility of hiring an ace, since after the arrival of Textor, the purchasing power of the team has become higher.

Portuguese newspaper highlights Cristiano Ronaldo's 'desire' Botafogo
© Photo: Bryn Lennon / TeamPortuguese newspaper highlights Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘desire’ Botafogo

During the podcast interview ‘Sports club “Flow”‘, right back Raphael joked about the possibility Cristiano Ronaldo play for Botafogo next season. This statement caused a resonance in Portugal. sports newspaper of the country, ‘A Bola‘, associated the name CR7 with Glorioso.

The report had the following title “Cristiano Ronaldo wants to… Botafogo‘. However, from the article it becomes clear that this was nothing more than a joke on the part of the alvinegro player. OUR portuguese portalalso emphasizes that the persistence of the player in Manchester United for the next season, something is considered uncertain.

In social networks Raphael amused by the headline in the newspaper and joked aboutpossibility‘, which is clear from the title of the article. “You will become the bench of Erison and Matheus (Nascimento), there is no way”, wrote Raphael o’Twitter‘. The party also talked about donating the number 7 shirt to the player. Cristiano Ronaldo. “Not for him, he’s out of shape.”

Raphael was a clubmate Cristiano Ronaldo the first time the player passes through Manchester United. The contract of the 37-year-old Portuguese with the English club runs until June 2023. This season, he has scored 24 goals in 38 games played, in addition to three assists.

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Portugal’s Alexandre Santos returns the title to Petro de Luanda

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Portugal's Alexandre Santos returns the title to Petro de Luanda

Quinito in the 34th minute, Thiago Azulau in the 60th minute and Ito in the 76th minute scored the goals that secured Pétro de Luanda’s 16th title and Alexandre Santos’ first title in Angola. Working Patience at 90+4 reduced the disadvantage.

Petro de Luanda won his last title in 2009 under Portuguese coach Bernardino Pedroto.

New champions Angola scored 68 points ahead of Sagrada Esperanza in second place with 59 points.

Progresso do Sambizanga with 18 points in 14th place, Kabuscorp do Palanca with 14 in 15th place and Sporting de Benguela with nine points in last place can no longer remain in the Angolan First Division. football.

Sagrada Esperanza’s Depu tops Girabola’s top scorers with 19 goals, followed by Thiago Azulao of Petro de Luanda with 17 goals.

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Portuguese metal breaks U.S. export record, doubling to 208 million

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Portuguese metal breaks U.S. export record, doubling to 208 million

National exports of steel and metalworking companies to the United States doubled to 207.6 million euros in the first quarter of this year, which was a notable contribution to the increase in sales of the sector abroad by 6.5% over this period. about 5.5 billion euros.

From January to March of this year, this growth was more visible in exports to the countries of the European Union, which registered an increase of 10.9% year on year, as well as to Spain (up 7.3%), France (up 15 4% more)) and Germany. (18.1%), while outside the EU the fall was 6.9%.

Related note: “Portuguese metal exports reached the best record ever in March 2022, with a total export of 1,983 million euros, beating the record set in March of the previous year,” the industry association (AIMMAP) said in a statement. .

“The current economic cycle facing companies that have been hit hard by the effects of the pandemic and the war in Ukraine is very difficult. Therefore, the excellent numbers that Metal Portugal presents are remarkable, illustrating their positive results and their drive in their work. “, emphasizes Rafael Campos Pereira, vice president of AIMMAP.

“Despite the fact that the last few years have brought many problems, the growth of our companies is significant,” concludes the same leader of the association.

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