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    Nine forest fires remained active this Thursday night in Cantabria, a community that in the last twenty-four hours had registered a total of 36, of which 24 had already been extinguished and three were controlled. The most important were located in Lamason (with several spotlights), Los Tojos (Bárcena Mayor), Aldano (San Pedro del Romeral) and Cieza, as explained by the regional government in a press release. The General Directorate of Biodiversity maintained the alert level 2 due to fire risk in all the forest regions of Cantabria and are burning is prohibited. The operation of the General Directorate of Biodiversity of the Ministry of the Environment deployed on alert these days is made up of 153 agents of the Natural Environment, 36 forest crews, guard technicians and station managers, in addition to the Forest Fire Reinforcement Brigade (BRIF), based at the Ruente heliport, which has been joined by a...
    The president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, has reiterated this Saturday his concern about the epidemiological situation in Madrid and has warned that the “rout of tourists” that the capital has received “may have consequences“if precautions are not taken. “Whether Madrid is good or bad worries the rest of Spain a lot because there is a interrelation of Madrid with the rest of the communities. It is like an octopus with many tentacles because all the kernel is there. You have to go to Madrid for everything, “said Revilla. The head of the Cantabrian Executive has expressed this way in a press conference in which he has reviewed the agreements in the matter of infrastructures collected in the government pact of his party, the PRC, with the PSOE. Revilla, who has begun his review of the epidemiological situation stating that he is not a virologist but is advised by...
    Bad omens come from the north of the peninsula. No one dares to call it fourth wave yet, but the curves of the epidemic point each day somewhat higher, especially in some of the communities north of the Central Plateau. The national epidemiological week -which lasts until Friday since the Ministry of Health has not published data on the epidemic on weekends since July, although several autonomies do- has ended with an increase in the incidence of the virus for the first time after several weeks of continuous decline. Specific the incidence at 14 days has increased on average by 7.8% between this Friday and Monday, although it has not done the same in all territories. This indicator has increased particularly strongly in Navarra (+ 42.34%) and La Rioja (+ 27.55%), although it has also increased in the Basque Country (+ 14%), Extremadura (+ 12.3%) , Cantabria...
    The UTE formed by the companies Izertis and CIC Consulting Informático will be in charge of technical assistance for the maintenance and evolution of the Information Systems and Infrastructure of the Cantabrian Tax Administration Agency (ACAT). The project comes at a time of transformation for the agency, since a high percentage of procedures are seeing their administrative presentation modality accelerated, going from face-to-face registration to online in order to avoid contagion by Covid-19. The contract awarded to both corporations as a public tender includes the maintenance of the information systems of the Cantabrian Tax Administration Agency, in addition to supporting its technological architecture together with its information security systems and the general management of the service. . The ‘generation of principles and good practices for realistic application’ has been included in the proposal presented by both companies, with which it is intended to anticipate risks that could affect the development...
    The National Center for the Disappeared of the Ministry of the Interior has published an alert on the disappearance, on March 16, of a girl under 12 years old in Camargo (Cantabria). According to the information provided in the notice, the girl, Mireia León Fuentes, is 1.40 meters tall and weighs 40 kilos. Has the brown eyes and brown hair, long and straight. When she was last seen, she was wearing gray and red tracksuit, pink coat and white sneakers. If you have any information about it, you can contact the ANAR Foundation at 116000; at 062 of the Civil Guard and at ‘www.cndes.es’. The alert has also been disseminated through the association SOS Disappeared.
    The caught Miguel Ángel Revilla. (Photo: laSexta) The president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, was caught this Wednesday criticizing the measures taken in Madrid against the coronavirus and venturing what, according to him, will happen in two or three weeks. “At twelve days of Easter, we will have a peak, especially in Madrid,” said Revilla, who was very clear about what is going to happen in the capital: “Madrid is going to be a bomb in fifteen or twenty days” . The Cantabrian president described that the measures are not being complied with in the region. “Neither third nor anything,” said the Cantabrian politician. “The interiors are full, crowded,” he added. A person from the group that Revilla was in told him that he went to dinner on Ponzano Street and that it looked like a demonstration, as reported by laSexta. “Half did not wear a mask,” he described. In...
    The president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, has been ‘hunted’ by the microphones in full attack on the capital. While speaking in a group with various counselors, Revilla has anticipated a peak of infections after Easter, with special incidence in the Community of Madrid. “At twelve (days) of Holy Week, we will have a peak. Especially Madrid” has asserted Revilla, ensuring that “Madrid is going to be a bomb in fifteen or twenty days.” Thus, he has criticized that have not adopted “any” effective measures or restrictions to contain contagions in the capital, as well as the lack of a strong hand from the Madrid government, which does not allow mobility between communities, but remains open to international tourism. “Neither third nor nothing”, he has judged, referring to the lack of limitations. “The interiors are full, crowded,” he added. Some statements in line with those affirmed before the media...
    Contestants of The Island of Temptations (Telecinco). (Photo: TELECINCO) Diego, contestant on the program The Island of Temptations from Telecinco, has generated laughter on Twitter with one of his latest ‘stories’ on Instagram, where he explains his supposed descent from the Vikings. A few days ago, he published a message announcing that he was going to ask his father if he would give him permission to say that there was a “high probability” that he descended from the Vikings. And shortly afterwards he published a paragraph in which he explained his theory, according to which, “in the 11th century the Vikings established commercial relations with the Cantabrians of that time, had a lot of contact and got together with each other.” “Basically,” explains the contestant, “the Vikings came from the wars in England and rested for a time in Cantabrian lands, where we Cantabrians gave them shelter in exchange for...
    The president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, has assured that would have “no problem” getting vaccinated with doses of AstraZeneca, despite the cases detected in some countries related to alleged thrombotic episodes, as doctors assure him that this vaccine “is good and effective.” Revilla, who at 78 years of age is outside the age range established for the administration of this vaccine, has highlighted that in Cantabria the doctors guarantee that there is no problem with it and therefore the regional government will not change its current vaccination strategy regarding AstraZeneca, since health authorities are guided by the recommendations of the World Health Organization. The Cantabrian president visited the Suances residence managed by Mensajeros por la Paz on Friday, which has been a covid residence for several months, and during the same he has insisted that he has no news that any Cantabrian has refused to be vaccinated with doses...
    A pair of African Elephants head to head in Cabarceno Natural Park in Cantabria, Spain on September 19, 2017. Marcos del Mazo/LightRocket via Getty Images Joaquin Gutierrez Arnaiz, 44, was a zookeeper at Cabarceno Natural Park in Cantabria, Spain. The elephant's powerful blow flung him onto the iron bars of her enclosure, CNN reported. He died from injuries in the hospital some three hours later. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Spanish zookeeper has died after an elephant struck him with her trunk, throwing him onto her enclosure's iron bars.  Joaquin Gutierrez Arnaiz, 44, had been doing the daily cleaning in the elephant's enclosure with other staff members in Cabarceno Natural Park in Cantabria, Spain, the Independent reported.  Gutierrez Arnaiz was in an outdoor patio area, washing down the surfaces when the 4,000kg African elephant struck him with her trunk, causing his head to hit the bars of the pen,...
    (CNN)A zoo worker in Spain died when an elephant hit him with her trunk, throwing him against the bars of her enclosure, local officials confirmed. Joaquin Gutierrez Arnaiz, aged 44, was hit by a 4,000-kilogram (4.4-ton) female African elephant in Cabarceno Natural Park in Cantabria, northern Spain, on Wednesday. Guttierez Arnaiz was rushed to the Marques de Valdecilla University Hospital, where he died from his injuries. At the time of the accident, staff were cleaning the elephants' compound. A volunteer was attacked by a tiger at Carole Baskins Big Cat RescueLocal police, the Civil Guard and the zoo are investigating the incident. Read MoreFrancisco Javier Lopez Marcano, Cantabria's Tourism Minister, said in a statement to Spanish media that the elephant that struck Guttierez Arnaiz had a foot infection and was probably pregnant. The keeper was in the outdoor patio area, washing down the surfaces and monitoring how the animal's foot...
    The emergency forces of the Government of Cantabria They rescued this Sunday afternoon a nine-year-old boy who fell into a five-meter deep crevasse while on a route. The minor, from Santander, was in the Mount hill de Arredondo with his mother and other people when he fell through a crack after 3:00 p.m. Subsequently, they notified the 112 Emergency Attention Center alerting the incident to request help from the intervention teams and the helicopter, as well as firefighters from the Laredo Emergency Park and the Civil Guard. Given the narrowness of the crack, the doctor of the helicopter crew descended through it while the rescuer set up the instruments to lift both of them. As reported by the regional government, the minor was rescued in good condition at approximately 17.45 hours and he has not required transfer to the hospital or health care, so he has been transferred, together...
    A quarter of the coronavirus infections that are being registered in Cantabria already correspond to the british strain, which continues to advance in the region and has gone in the last three weeks from accounting for 14% of cases to almost 25%. This has been indicated this Sunday in statements to RNE the general director of Public Health, Reinhard Wallmann, who has warned that the trend of the pandemic in Cantabria is “growing”. The region currently has a cumulative incidence at 14 days 400 cases For every 100,000 inhabitants, in addition to the fact that hospital occupancy is “high”, especially in the Valdecilla and Laredo hospitals, Wallmann has highlighted. Specifically, to date the occupation by Covid patients of the Cantabrian hospital set is of the 13.7%, and that of the ICU is at 30.3%. With these data, Cantabria is at the highest alert level, 4. Furthermore, “taking into account...
    The Government of Cantabria has conveyed its condolences for the death of the Cantabrian athlete Mercedes Ateca, the first Spanish cycling champion in 1979, a title she achieved at the age of 33. In a statement, the vice president and counselor for Universities, Equality, Culture and Sports, Pablo Zuloaga, has assured that it is “a sensitive loss for Cantabrian sports because it is a woman who was a flag bearer and paved the way for many athletes in the country“. Zuloaga has expressed “deep condolences” to family and friends on behalf of the regional Executive, recalling that last September he paid a tribute to Mercedes Ateca in Ampuero, where he resided, during the presentation of the Vuelta a Cantabria 2020 sub- 2. 3. In this act, the successes of the women’s cycling teams in the region and the triumphs of Ateca were highlighted, a tribute that “placed her where...
    Around 20 Spanish children have sprouted hair all over their bodies after they were mistakenly given hair restorer for stomach upsets.  Pictures show the hair-covered skin of the young children who live in the city of Torrelavega in the northern Spanish region of Cantabria.   Local officials admitted that a group of children were mistakenly given minoxidil, a medication for hair growth, instead of omeprazole, used to treat gastric reflux.  Around 20 Spanish children have been diagnosed with hypertrichosis - a condition that sees abnormally long hair grow all over a person's body  - after they were mistakenly given hair restorer for stomach upsets Pictures show hair growing all over the bodies of the children. Their furious parents went public and have now filed civil and criminal complaints against the laboratory The mislabelled syrup was delivered to pharmacies in Granada, Cantabria and Valencia where chemists mixed it into a formula to...
    Ajo (Cantabria), Aug 26 . .- Okuda San Miguel outlines with aerosols the details of the colorful intervention on the body of the Ajo Lighthouse, which has generated controversy among those who censure the suitability of the art and prefer that the tower of northernmost light in Cantabria retain its traditional achromatic tone. Tired of controversy with the “first detractors” of his international artistic career and due to the political aspect, which he believes has derived his performance as a public space, Okuda assures EFE that he wants to stay on the sidelines and defend the “soul” of the project: nature, sea, color and art. Despite being based in Madrid, he was born in Santander in 1980 and every time he returns to Cantabria he seeks inspiration and reflection in the sea, so he considers that embodying his work on the Faro de Ajo estate is a return to that...
    The Neighbors Mess account is responsible for collecting some and the last that he has published is being a success on Twitter. & nbsp;“data-reactid =” 17 “> Few things are more successful on social media than posters posted on neighborhood portals. The Líos de Vecinos account is in charge of collecting some and the last one posted is being a success On twitter. With the arrival of summer and heat, the neighbors tend to leave the windows open so everything can be heard. And more than dawn. A tenant has complained about excessive noise when having sex, who has left a sign asking them to “shout less”: “To the neighbors that this past dawn at 4:30 you were enjoying like dogs telling you that there are people who work and get up early and that you remember that in summer we sleep with the windows open and...
    Cabezón de la Sal (Cantabria), Aug 9 (EFE) .- Cantabria Day in Cabezón de la Sal has become this year a tribute to the solidarity and behavior of Cantabrians during the pandemic in an act with hardly any public marked by sanitary measures in which there have been no speeches, no traditions. During the event, which was attended by authorities of the region and part of the municipal corporation, the president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, discovered the monolith that has been dedicated to all Cantabrians for their “exemplary” behavior during the health crisis of the coronavirus. “To the people of Cantabria for their commitment and solidarity during the COVID-19 pandemic” is what is written on this monolith in memory of this “difficult” moment that the region and the country have experienced. Despite the circumstances that have accompanied the celebration of Cantabria Day, Cabezón de la Sal has once again...
    Coronavirus — Cantabria has detected during the day of this Thursday three new cases of people infected with coronavirus living in the same Santander home, located near the five positives confirmed last Sunday who are also individuals residing in the same dwelling. As specified by the Ministry of Health of Cantabria, se deals with two independent foci of intra-household transmission, between which, at the moment, no epidemiological link has been established, therefore, although they are being investigated, they cannot be classified as an outbreak. However, and due to the geographical proximity that exists between these two detected foci, the health authorities have implemented all the established action protocols. and case studies and follow-up of contacts are being carried out to avoid a possible spread of the disease. PCR tests in nearby areas The General Directorate of Public Health has communicated that From this Friday, it will carry out PCR...
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