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14h02 – Another death and 334 new confirmed cases in Portugal.

Portugal recorded another death and 334 new cases in the past 24 hours. There were still 229 cases cured.

In total, 17,007 deaths and 842,182 cases of the disease have been registered in the country since the beginning of the pandemic, of which 802,900 have already been registered as recovered.

There are currently 22,275 active cases reported.

As for hospitalizations, there has been a significant increase: another 22 people were hospitalized in the ward, and five more in intensive care.

At the moment, 245 people are hospitalized in the ward, and 76 people are in intensive care.

12:43 – At least 3.37 million deaths in the world

The Covid-19 pandemic has already killed at least 3,371,695 people worldwide since it began in late December 2019 in China, according to a report compiled today by France-Presse (AFP).

Globally, more than 162,422,800 infections were officially diagnosed, with an additional 11,923 deaths and 641,818 new cases on Saturday.

According to the AFP news agency, the vast majority of patients recover from the COVID-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, but a subset of these people still report some associated symptoms for weeks or even months.

The countries with the most deaths in their latest reports are India (another 4,077 deaths), Brazil (2,087) and Colombia (530).

According to estimates from Johns Hopkins University, the United States is the country hardest hit in terms of both deaths (585,708) and cases (32,924,303).

12:00 – 129 thousand vaccinations on Saturday

According to final figures on Saturday, May 15, about 106,700 teachers, non-teachers and social workers were vaccinated, for a total of more than 129,000 vaccinations daily.


According to preliminary information released on Saturday by the task force that coordinates the vaccination program, 125,000 Covid-19 vaccines were administered in Portugal on Saturday, already setting a new daily record in the country.

However, as of 11:00 am today, more than 18,600 teachers, non-teachers and social workers have been vaccinated, for a total of more than 22,600 vaccinations.

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11:45 am – Two INEM teams arrive in Cape Verde today.

Today, two doctors and four nurses from INEM are arriving in Cape Verde, where they will strengthen the Covid-19 response capacity at central hospitals located on the islands of Santiago and São Vicente.

According to the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, these are two teams that will operate at the central hospitals in Praia, on the island of Santiago, and in Mindelo, in São Vicente.

The teams are coordinated by the National Institute for Emergency Medicine (INEM) through the Portuguese Ambulance Team (PT EMT) following a Portuguese assessment mission that was in that country from 5 to 12 May.

“This mission worked closely with the health authorities of Cape Verde, the cities of Praia and Mindelo,” the statement said.

10:21 – 271 more people died in Africa in 24 hours

The African continent has recorded 271 Covid-19-related deaths in the past 24 hours, representing 125,930 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

According to the African Union Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), the total number of cases in the region is 4,678,473, with an additional 7,334 cases reported in the last 24 hours.

As for the recovered, out of 7,230 registered in the last 24 hours, their total number is 4,233,510.

9:45 am – More than half of the people who have lost family members are at risk of a long break


Preliminary results from a study on bereavement during a pandemic conducted by Portuguese researchers show that 58 percent of people who lost family members during the covid-19 pandemic are at risk for long-term grief disorder (PLP).

A group of researchers from four Portuguese universities is conducting a national study on the impact on the loss of restrictive measures during the first emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and now intend to include more recent data in this analysis.

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The study is being conducted by researchers from the University of Lisbon, Coimbra, Minho, Luciada de Lisbon University and from the Gaia and Espinho / Gaia health center groups.

9:41 – another 8,554 cases of infection and 391 deaths in Russia.


In Russia, over the past 24 hours, another 8,554 new cases of the disease and 391 deaths were registered. In total, according to official data, the country has already registered 4,940,245 cases of the disease and 115,871 deaths.

9h28 – German experts believe a third dose of vaccine will be required

German health authorities admit that a third dose of the new coronavirus vaccine will be required next year, as some manufacturers have already indicated.

In an interview published this Sunday by the Funke group press, the chairman of the German Permanent Vaccination Commission (Stiko) Thomas Mertens warned that the current Covid-19 vaccines “will not be the last.”

“In principle, we must prepare ourselves so that, probably, next year we all have to renew our immune defenses,” he admitted.

However, Germany has not yet made any decision on this matter and is awaiting immune studies, which are being carried out among the already vaccinated population.

8:21 a.m. – China detects four cases of local contamination.

The National Health Commission said four new local cases of Covid-19 infection were reported in China’s Liaoning province (northeast) on Saturday.

Two local cases have already been reported in this province the day before. In Anhui province, where two local infections were detected on Thursday – for the first time in the country in more than three weeks – and three on Friday, no new cases were reported on Saturday.

Since Thursday, authorities have restricted the movement of residents in the affected areas and are conducting massive nucleic acid tests. In addition, 14 imported cases were reported in the Asian country on Saturday.

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country has reported 90,847 cases and 4,636 deaths.

8:10 am – India: Four thousand more people have died in the last 24 hours.

India has recorded 4,077 deaths from covid-19 and 311,170 infections in the last 24 hours, according to the Indian Ministry of Health.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the country has recorded 270,284 deaths and more than 25 million cases.

India is the second country in the world with the highest number of infections, right after the United States.

8:05 am – Mexico, 225 more dead and 2,695 new patients.

Mexican officials said Mexico has recorded 225 COVID-19 deaths and 2,695 new cases in the past 24 hours.

Since the start of the pandemic, Mexico has recorded 220,384 deaths and 2,380,690 confirmed cases.

Mexico is the fourth country in the world with the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 after the United States, Brazil and India, and the 15th highest number of cases, according to an independent count by Johns Hopkins University of North America.

8:00 – Portugal has a daily record of 125,000 vaccinated people.

Portugal received 125,000 Covid-19 vaccines on Saturday, a new daily record for the country, according to information released by the task force that coordinates the vaccination program.

“In just a day, about 125 thousand vaccines were introduced, which corresponds to a new daily record of vaccinations,” the structure headed by Vice-Admiral Guveya and Melo emphasized in the same note today.

According to information provided by the “task force” that coordinates vaccination logistics in mainland Portugal, vaccination is mainly extended to employees associated with education and social services.

“According to preliminary data, by 19:00 about 103 thousand teachers, non-teachers and social response specialists were vaccinated with the second dose,” the working group said.

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Prominent colonel criticizes Russian invasion of Ukraine on Russian state television: ‘We must be prepared to lose this war’

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José Milhazes and Nuno Rogueiro reviewed Tuesday an interview with Mikhail Khodaryonok, “the most respected colonel,” a Russian military analyst and anti-aircraft missile specialist. According to SIC observers, the colonel warned Russia and said that Ukraine was capable of arming one million people.

“He said: “We, Russia, are not in a position to resist or win over a million well-armed people. (…) They are more motivated than ever, well prepared and trained,” Nuno Rogueiro translated.

Mikhail Khodarenok also stated on a Russian state television program that Russia could lose the war and that the world is against the Putin regime.

However, Jose Milhazes believes that the statements of the famous Russian colonel “will not change the mentality of Russians if coffins do not start appearing in Russia en masse.”

As for the fate of the Azovstal soldiers evacuated on Monday from a compound in Mariupol and taken to Russian-controlled areas, Milkhazes said that Russia would try to “roll back the process” and “detain the Ukrainian military.” The SIC commentator echoed the Kremlin spokesman’s claim that international laws would be respected and warned: “There is a law in Russia that states that domestic laws take precedence over international ones.”

In turn, Nuno Rogueiro does not believe that Russia can lightly decide to violate the agreement. “Russia will not have much interest in assuaging a grudge and losing something that it can still gain in the process.” He added that, according to his own information, Russia “was solemnly warned” by the United States that it would “suffer hitherto unimaginable consequences” if it attacked soldiers at Azovstal.

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After the surrender at Azovstal, the fate of Ukrainian soldiers is unclear – Obozrevatel

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The withdrawal of hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers who had been at the Azovstal plant in Mariupol since the beginning of the war raised the question: what was the fate of those who surrendered? Ukraine has announced that a prisoner exchange will take place, while Russia is showing signs that the men, who remained for months at the factory in Russian-controlled territory, have another destination.

On the day of the surrender, the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine confirmed the withdrawal of 53 soldiers who needed medical attention and another 211 soldiers who were inside the Azovstal steel plant. All were transported to regions controlled by the troops of Vladimir Putin.

Although a Ukrainian official said the aim is to exchange these soldiers for Russian prisoners of war, the Kremlin’s position is still unclear, especially after one of the deputies involved in the peace talks with Kyiv came to defend the death penalty for soldiers withdrawn from Azovstal. .

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If Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov assured that the soldiers would be treated “in accordance with international standards,” then so be it. that Russia should “think well” about imposing capital punishment on the members of the Azov battalion, who have now been withdrawn from the Azovstal metallurgical plant.

“They do not deserve to live after the heinous crimes against humanity that they have committed and that are constantly being committed against our prisoners,” he said, quoted by Reuters.

Already on Tuesday it became known that on May 26 the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation will decide on the recognition of the Azov battalion as a terrorist organization. According to the Interfax news agency, cited by the BBC, it will be Russian justice that will “judge the nationalist paramilitary association Azov, deciding whether it is a” terrorist organization “.

According to the Russian news agency RIA, Russian MP Sultan Khamzaev also said that “all nationalists should be convicted for the grave crimes they have committed” and sentenced to “life imprisonment.”

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Putin will make military decisions at the level of colonel or brigade | Russia

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Russian President Vladimir Putin will be so involved in the war in Ukraine that he will make military decisions, which are usually the responsibility of colonels or brigadier generals, usually leading teams of 700 to 900 troops, Western military sources cited by the British press office said. Click.

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