ROME, Jan 9 (askanews) – “I am not looking for a fight. Draghi will speak tomorrow, and it is necessary to understand that the zones are in the fore: get a picture of the zones, we all want to keep the school open, but the conditions are not right. They ask to empty the sea with the bucket. No The bucket is leaking, but the capacity is limited,” said Repubblica Veneto Governor Luca Zaia who hopes to rethink the government on reopening the school and asks the “scientific technician of the commission, he cannot fail to do so at the request of the provinces.” “As regions we asked for adjournment. Not wanting to break any front, in the last meeting I asked a question that was laid out in black and white: Let’s avoid going in no particular order, but the scientific community has to say” and “a 15-day postponement does not mean losing the championship. The problem is That the result will be from Monday, we will have a lot of classes in Abbey, reduced hours, we will last a week and then maybe you will have to step in. Guidance is needed, but conditions are scarce here. And if the conditions of opening remain that way, without Hypocrisy: We can’t hold out.” As of Monday for Zaya we will have 20 to 30% of employees who will not turn up for the appeal because they are quarantined, sick or not vaccinated.
From cancer to Covid, a spotlight on immunity and vaccines. This is the meeting, or rather, the long journey between history and science, conducted yesterday by Professor Alberto Mantovani during the preview of the ninth edition of the Festival of Medical Sciences (scheduled to be held on November 10 and 11), promoted by the Foundation […]
A stronger, more productive and sustainable Italian primary sector with measures to be taken in the short, medium and long term We publish in full form documents with proposals submitted to Parliament during Hearing at the Chamber’s Agriculture Committee By members of the Scientific Technical Committee of Edagricole and representatives ofItalian Association of Agricultural Scientific […]
AGI – A new study has assessed the planetary context in which the discovery of methane in the atmosphere of an exoplanet can be considered a compelling sign of life. It was created by the University of California, Santa Cruz and published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. If life is abundant in […]