The sixth wave of the coronavirus continues to expand in Spain with infections and hospital pressure growing in a generalized way throughout the country, despite the fact that “almost 90%” of the target population is already vaccinated, according to the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez.
The increase in cases has prompted regional governments to continue to take action in the face of the sixth wave. The last of them has been the Canary Islands, which as of December 10 You can request the voluntary COVID passport to access certain spaces for public use.
In addition, the autonomous communities They have accelerated the vaccination of the laggards and of the third doses before the advance of the omicron variant. This weekend the queues have been repeated at the “vaccinodromes” such as the one at the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia.
One more year and it is now the second, the evolution of the pandemic has forced Congress to return to celebrate the anniversary of the Constitution in the Carrera de San Jerónimo, in the vicinity of the staircase from the Puerta de los Leones, where the president of the Lower House, Meritxell Batet, will deliver a speech this Monday before the Prime Minister and senior political and institutional officials.
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One more year, and it is already the second due to the pandemic, Congress once again celebrates the anniversary of the Constitution in the Carrera de San Jerónimo, in the vicinity of the steps of the Puerta de los Leones, and not inside. Abroad, the president of the Lower House, Meritxell Batet, will deliver a speech today before the Prime Minister and senior political and institutional officials.
The Madrid Justice confirms that fearing COVID-19 does not exempt from going to work. Not going to the workplace for fear of contracting the coronavirus is not legally valid in Madrid and can lead to dismissal, as long as the company ensures protection measures. A judgment of the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid has been made final that endorsed the dismissal of a worker who did not go to her office in full confinement. The ruling has recently become final as it has not been appealed by the parties.
The sixth wave of the coronavirus continues to expand in Spain with the infections and hospital pressure growing in a generalized way throughout the country, despite the fact that “almost 90%” of the target population is already vaccinated, as the Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez pointed out this Sunday.
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