This is how the kits work to detect the coronavirus. An explanation of the Argentine debt for non-Argentines. Sanders, the new favorite Democrat. This is what you should know to start the day. First the truth.
This is how the kits work to detect the coronavirus
Following the news that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention They said that some of the coronavirus test kits sent to laboratories in that country do not work as they should, interest has focused on these tests. The CDC said they are remanufacturing a reagent used in the kits. The kits began shipping on February 6 to selected laboratories in the US. and some in other countries. The CDC states that they are essential to improve the ability to detect and respond to coronaviruses.
The ABC of the coronavirus: what it is, how it is spread, who it affects and how it is prevented
The Senate controlled by the Democrats in Virginia passed legislation that would grant temporary driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. If passed, the legislation would make Virginia the eighteenth state, including Washington DC and Puerto Rico, to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain licenses.
Argentine debt for non-Argentines
A technical Commission of the International Monetary Fund is visiting Argentina for the first time since the inauguration of President Alberto Fernández, whose government seeks to renegotiate the debt with that body. This is what you should know to understand the Argentine debt.
Sanders, the new favorite
With the party assemblies of Iowa and the primary ones in New Hampshire now concluded, the scenario of the Democrats for 2020 is taking shape. The main change is that we now have an obvious Top 2: there is Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former South Bend mayor, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, who was among the first places in both contests (Sanders took a slight advantage in New Hampshire ). Analysis.
The #IngridEscamillaFotos tag is a tendency in networks to remember “with beautiful things” the young victim of alleged feminicide in Mexico. Filtering images of the crime scene against the 25-year-old Mexican girl Ingrid Escamilla sparked controversy both in local media and on social networks.
At coffee time
The networks are flooded with messages of support to Joaquín Sabina
After the fall of Joaquín Sabina and the news that have emerged about his medical condition, followers, artists and celebrities have sent messages of encouragement and support to the 71-year-old artist.
The largest turtle that ever existed had a 3 meter shell and horns
Researchers have discovered shells belonging to Stupendemys Geographicus, the largest turtle that ever existed. Its shell was almost 3 meters long and weighed 1,100 kilos.
Charlize Theron took a new epic selfie at the Oscars
We hadn't been so excited since Ellen DeGeneres took that selfie in 2014. Charlize Theron got together with some of her famous seatmates at this year's Oscars for a group selfie.
Samsung and Apple's war for the best high-end smartphone
Contrary to what some may have thought two years ago, many smartphone users seem more than willing to disburse four figures on what might well be considered luxury products.
The day's figure
$ 525 million
In total, those who support Trump have raised more than $ 525 million since the beginning of 2019, which Donald Trump's campaign officials and the Republican National Committee attributed in part to the political trial process and say he is positioning them For the victory in November.
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"We confirm the asymptomatic transmission" of the coronavirus
The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that people who have no symptoms can transmit the new coronavirus.
And to finish…
This Chinese disinfection system promises to clean people in 20 seconds
Through a tunnel that sprays disinfectants, these workers are cleaned in 20 seconds before going to work in Chongqing, in central China.