The coronavirus pathogen survives nine hours on the skin

Coronavirus: The Pathogen Survives Nine Hours on the Skin

According to a Japanese study, the coronavirus is inactivated within 15 seconds by the application of ethanol Those who still doubt the usefulness of barrier gestures, such as avoiding shaking hands, will have in this study a counter-argument to their position. According to Japanese researchers, the coronavirus remains active on the skin for nine hours. The study published this […]

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The aid of 150 euros extended to the beneficiaries of the APL and to the scholarship holders

Poverty Plan: The Aid of 150 Euros Extended to the Beneficiaries of the APL and Bursary Holders

Faced with the discontent of associations, Jean Castex retropédale and announces that “400,000 young people” will benefit from this aid We know a little more about the help that the government will provide in the fight against poverty. Prime Minister Jean Castex announced that the aid of 150 euros unveiled this week for the most precarious people would […]

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The price of the Netflix subscription could go up 1 or 2 Euros a month

Netflix Could Soon Announce a Price Increase of One or Two Euros

STREAMING: A price increase of one or two euros could be announced by Netflix on October 20th The current leader in streaming services could very soon review its pricing plans upwards. This is in any case what analyst Alex Giaimo , of the American investment bank Jefferies, told the Deadline site. An increase that would be of the order of one or two euros. […]

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Seasonal Fruits: Plum Gives Us So Much 1

Seasonal Fruits: Plum Gives Us So Much

Plain, raw, cooked, in a salty or sweet version, the plum accompanies us until October, it is easy to eat and completely healthy! Plum is low in calories. For example, Reine-Claude contains only 43 calories. It can therefore easily be eaten in case of a little hunger. It is loaded with vitamins, minerals and fibre. There are more than 2,000 […]

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Electricity supply might be strained this winter

Electricity Supply May be Strained this Winter

ENERGY: Electricity transmission network (RTE) does not exclude targeted load shedding of households in the event of very cold winter The coronavirus crisis has disrupted the maintenance operations of the nuclear fleet. The summer made it possible to catch up to some extent, but RTE believes that the situation may still be tense. In the […]

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While individual photos are taken almost normally, group photos are more problematic.

With or Without a Mask? The Puzzle for the Class Photos 2020

Health measures in schools also have consequences on an important “detail” for students: the traditional class photos This is the day when you have to dress up. This morning, at the Bucaille-Charcot college in Cherbourg (Manche), the students have their portrait taken for the traditional class photos. But this year, the health crisis requires compliance with a strict protocol. At the […]

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The Sanofi vaccine plant in Val-de-Reuil, July 10, 2020, in France.

Flu: The Number of Vaccines Available Next Winter Sharply Increased

Laboratories have nearly doubled their flu vaccine orders for next winter, as governments worry about the second wave of Covid-19. The global vaccine manufacturers against the flu produced a record number of doses for the 2020-2021 season, the authorities hoping to relieve the sick in hospitals flu while a rebound pandemic Covid-19 is expected. Orders that have doubled in one year For the […]

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The issue of immunity and protection against Covid-19 is still poorly understood by researchers.

Immunity, Infection, Contagion: The Answers to your Questions about Covid-19

Are patients cured of Covid-19 vaccinated? Have asymptomatics developed immunity? Are some naturally protected? We take stock. This is one of the points that has mobilized researchers for months. Can we be immune to Covid-19? The question is simple, but science is fumbling. However, leads are starting to emerge. But before discussing them, it should be understood that being immune does not necessarily mean being […]

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Do cyclists have to wear masks in open public areas -

Do Cyclists Have to Wear a Mask in Open Public Spaces? We Answer You

Masks are compulsory in closed public places, and now in certain open public places. As in Paris, since Monday 10th August, in certain areas of the capital. But our readers have questions about this obligation: does it also apply to cyclists? We will answer you. In order to fight against the spread of Covid-19 and to avoid a possible epidemic […]

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Supercar SGC 004S

This Unknown Manufacturer Releases his Version of the McLaren F1

AUTO: Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has just confirmed the start of production of its SCG 004S supercar, a road model with amazing performance. It is in Connecticut that the road version of the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 004S (SCG 004S) will be produced when it has passed American crash tests in September. Developed on the basis of a racing […]

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