City boom and construction jams: Developments on the German housing market 2008 – 2018

Press release no.N 012 of December 4, 2019 Large cities are growing disproportionately with the influx of young people in particular Less living space per person in the metropolises Construction jam: in 2018 more than twice as many approved but unfinished apartments as ten years earlier Residential construction Motor for the construction industry, significant price […]

Covid-19: immune memory could last more than eight months

The more time passes, the more perspective we have on the natural immunity developed by ex-Covid-19 patients. In November, it could be said that antibodies against Sars-CoV-2 are effective for at least six months. This week, a new study published in Science lengthens the delay: most former patients seem to remain immune for up to […]

In Egypt, the Covid reveals the damage of the privatization of health

Release is teaming up with the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) organization to publish in French surveys and reports conducted by young Arab journalists on the Covid-19 epidemic in different countries. A selection of four articles is published on the website of Release every Saturday in December. After three first sections devoted to technological […]

Another way to see empty Spain and crowded Spain | Blog Know You

Click to see a detailed map by areas: Greater Madrid Catalonia Andalusia Cantabrian and Basque coasts The peninsular northwest coast Northwest interior Northeast interior Balearic Islands Canary Islands A university professor with a good knowledge of Spain was shocked that his country, England, had more population density than Spain. “I have visited it many times […]

Historic opportunity to contain COVID-19

Given the effects generated by the coronavirus at a global level, the world hopes to have a vaccine that can protect us. That is why multiple studies are being carried out to verify the efficacy of the vaccine and to implement an immunization plan to contain Covid – 19. Colombia participates in clinical trials to […]

Why are children less affected by the virus?

Statistics show children as one of the populations with fewer records for infections with Covid-19. A study recently published by the specialized journal Nature reports that the scientific community is “puzzled” by this trend. In the case of Colombia, the National Institute of Health (INS) records that until December 12 there have been 24,020 infections […]

Corona vaccination: The share of the 80 plus age group is highest in Saxony at 8.6%

Press release no.N 082 from December 11, 2020 Wiesbaden – At the beginning of the coming year, vaccinations against the corona virus are to be started. The Standing Vaccination Commission (Stiko) of the Robert Koch Institute has proposed a prioritization according to which people aged 80 and older should first be vaccinated. As reported by […]