Francisca Lachapel Was Infected With Coronavirus While Pregnant [VIDEO]

Francisca Lachapel

In a revealing conversation with Dr. Juan Rivera in the health segment of “Despierta America”, Francisca Lachapel confessed that she felt very afraid after learning that she had Coronavirus in the first days of her pregnancy at the beginning of November 2020. “I found out a day after I had COVID, that I was pregnant. It was … Read more

United States exceeds 300,000 deaths from coronavirus


After 15:45 local time (20:45 GMT), Johns Hopkins University reported 300,267 deaths, which continues to place the US as the country with the most deaths in absolute terms The United States surpassed 300,000 confirmed deaths from the coronavirus on Monday, a grim record that was reached on the same day the vaccine began to be administered in … Read more

Trump says his son is recovering from the virus

Donald Trump Jr. at a campaign event in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Nov. 2, 2020.

President Donald Trump declared Saturday that his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., is “very well” and in quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus. “My son Donald is doing very well, thank you!” the president wrote on Twitter on Saturday after it was reported on Friday that the son is now one of 12 million Americans who … Read more

The United States exceeded 12 million cases of coronavirus


It is the country with the most infections in the world, ahead of India and Brazil. In addition, the deaths from the disease are already 255,414, above the projections of the White House The United States surpassed 12 million confirmed cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus this Saturday, six days after reaching 11 million infections. In total, the country … Read more

Soccer Player Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for coronavirus

Soccer Player Cristiano Ronaldo, test positive for coronavirus

The Portuguese striker has tested positive before taking on Sweden and must be quarantined for at least 10 days according to Italian regulations On October 28, FC Barcelona visit Juventus in the group stage of the Champions League The azulgrana Trincao, his teammate, has tested negative in today’s test Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for … Read more

The United States to distribute millions of rapid coronavirus tests

The United States to distribute millions of rapid coronavirus tests

The campaign to massively expand diagnostic testing in the US comes as new COVID-19 cases remain high, at more than 40,000 a day President Donald Trump announced Monday that the federal government will begin distributing millions of rapid coronavirus tests to states in the coming days , urging governors to use them to reopen schools for … Read more

Coronavirus: how many people die per day in the world

Coronavirus: how many people die per day in the world

The death toll increases with the passing of the days being a serious concern. This Monday night there were more than 20 and a half million infected with coronavirus worldwide. In addition, there are more than 745,000 deaths from the pandemic, according to the Worldometers online site that collects data from all countries and produces general statistics every hour. The pandemic that unleashed the … Read more

Help for coronavirus: how the measures signed by Trump impact you

We explain what each of the actions taken by the president contains and what was the expected benefit that was not included. President Donald Trump bypassed lawmakers by claiming the authority to defer payroll taxes and replace an expired unemployment benefit after negotiations with Congress on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed. Trump’s measures on … Read more

Government sends $ 500 of the first stimulus check to those who did not receive money for their dependents

If you were one of the people to receive your first stimulus check, but it did not include any of your dependents, be on the lookout for your full money starting this week. The money will be delivered by direct deposit, by card, or by check through the mail. It should be remembered that the … Read more

COVID-19 Checks: Relief Package Negotiations Fail. Will there be a second check?

Despite the voices of different sectors of the federal government who assured that this Friday, August 7, when the deadline for the Senate to approve the new stimulus package for COVID-19, they could give the green light to the aid law, negotiations failed Democrats and Republicans could not agree and the talks were put on hold, … Read more