The 5 things you should know this July 6: A catastrophe in slow motion

Tropical Storm Elsa makes landfall in Cuba and is heading toward Florida. Could a person who has overcome covid-19 and was vaccinated become infected with the delta variant? The legacy of Raffaella Carrà, the queen of Italian television. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.


“A tragedy beyond all tragedy”: the collapse of Miami was a catastrophe in slow motion

For many residents of Champlain Towers South, the devastating landslide occurred suddenly, leaving them traumatized, injured or dead within seconds. But from what is known so far, the collapse looks less like a cataclysm than a slow motion catastrophe, which occurred because of years of failed warnings, mixed messages, and delayed actions.


Elsa makes landfall in Cuba and point to Florida

Tropical Storm Elsa made landfall along the southern coast of Cuba, with heavy rains that triggered flash floods and landslides. As Elsa advances, the Florida braces for storm surge life threatening. Monitor the path of the storm here.

Effects of Elsa in the Dominican Republic 3:20


Could a person who has overcome covid-19 and was vaccinated become infected with the delta variant?

In this new episode of the podcast “Coronavirus vs. Fiction”, Dr. Elmer Huerta answers how to know if the vaccine we receive is original, if a couple can kiss after receiving the antigen and if patients who overcome covid-19 and are vaccinated have greater immunity. In addition, it addresses what is the protection of vaccinated people against the delta variant.

Specialists urge to vaccinate for delta variant 3:11


Outrage in Spain over the beating mortal to Samuel

“Justice for Samuel” is the message that went viral in Spain after a 24-year-old gay man died on Saturday after receiving a brutal beating in A Coruña, Galicia. This Monday, Hundreds of people gathered at the Puerta del Sol, in Madrid, to demonstrate after the crime, one of the several protests that took place in the country. Meanwhile, the Police are investigating.

Outrage in Spain over the death of a young gay man after beating 1:45


What is diverticulitis, the disease for which the pope was operated on?

Pope Francis underwent surgery over the weekend after suffering colon diverticulitis. This disease occurs when a patient has diverticulosis and one or more of the bags in the wall of the colon become inflamed. It can appear suddenly and cause other problems such as abscesses, perforation in a colon pouch, peritonitis, a fistula, or a bowel obstruction. Here we explain in depth what it is and how it is treated.

The evolution of the state of health of Pope Francis 1:18

At coffee time

Raffaella Carrà, the queen of Italian television, has died

The artist Raffaella Carrà passed away this monday at 78 years old. Review here some images of his life, the movies and shows you will be remembered for to the “queen of television”, and the songs she leaves behind as a legacy.

The Duchess of Cambridge, in preventive isolation

The Duchess of Cambridge went into isolation after having contact with a person who tested positive for covid-19. You are not experiencing any symptoms of the virus.

UK will lift restrictions despite delta variant 3:04

Play with your children. Is good for you

Play with your children can serve as a reminder that there is a part of us adults that is capable of exploring, who longs to be silly and does not see time exclusively as something that can be “lost”.

Playing with your children helps improve your health 1:05

Julia Roberts’ anniversary selfie

Look at the selfi published by Julia Roberts with her husband, Danny Moder, to celebrate the 19th anniversary of the couple who met on the set of “The Mexican,” where he worked as a cameraman.

Julia Roberts’ test to work on ‘Friends’ 0:35

Can you do feminist reggaeton?

Tini Stoessel presented at the end of April her first single of the year, “Miénteme”, together with her compatriot María Becerra. Zona Pop talked about the new release with the artist, who also reflected on feminism in reggaeton.

Tini Stoessel and María Becerra, together 1:37

The number of the day


Joey Chestnut won the hot dog championship for the fourteenth time: ate 76 in just 10 minutes.

Quote of the day

“All of us at the GSGA are deeply saddened by the tragic events that occurred today at Pinetree CC. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Gene Siller’s family and friends. “

The Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) spoke after professional golfer Gene Siller Was found shot to death at a club in North Atlanta Saturday.

Day selection

8 children’s books at a great price

‘The little prince’, books for dinosaurs and bedtime stories are among the best offers in Amazon right now.

And to finish…

This portrait of the Dalai Lama sells for over $ 500,000

An auction in Paris drew attention after one of his pieces sold for more than $ 500,000. This is an image of the Dalai Lama made of a very particular material.

Dalai Lama portrait sold for more than $ 500,000 1:02

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