Another surprise from India's worsening pandemic situation. The Health Ministry is asking pharmaceutical companies to ramp up production and distribution of antifungal medications after a new type of fungal infection was found in recovering COVID-19 patients last week.
The Argentine congress gave half sanction to a bill that modifies several articles of the Federal Fisheries Law making it mandatory for the incorporation of 30% of women and 1% of sexual diversity members to the fishing fleet crews.
Despite one of the strongest vaccination campaigns worldwide and particularly in South America, Chile has reported Friday several new covid-19 infections in the past 24 hours which would indicate the pandemic is back on the upward trend.
Uruguayan scientists have reported the appearance of a case of mucormycosis, or black fungus, a rare infection that began to be reported in India as a disease associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
A Swiss bank Friday admitted before a Federal Court in New York it had laundered around 25 million US dollars for the late Argentine Football Association President and FIFA Vice President Julio Humberto Grondona and his family, it was reported.
Health authorities of Cuba and Argentina Friday ratified their mutual commitment to strengthening cooperative relations in biotechnology to improve the quality of life of people in both countries, it was announced.
After a study through which it was determined that international factors remained favourable. Paraguay's Central Bank (BCP) Friday announced that its Monetary Policy Committee (CPM) unanimously decided to maintain the monetary policy interest rate at 0.75% annually.
Colombian President Iván Duque Friday ordered the deployment of military forces in the city of Cali to support the local police in preserving peace amid growing unrest and violence, which left three more people dead.
Brazil's Electric Sector Monitoring Committee Thursday issued a water risk warning and the Federal Government undertook a series of measures to avoid energy rationing until October, a period of low rainfall and more severe drought in the southeast and midwest, it was announced.
Swiss bank Julius Bär has agreed to pay US$79.7 million in a settlement with the US Department of Justice after being implicated in a sprawling corruption probe surrounding FIFA, world football’s governing body.