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                    [description] => Kataluna Enriquez, in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 22, 2021. ADMEDIA / STARFACE She is ready, more determined than ever. On Monday, November 29, Kataluna Enriquez will be the first transgender woman to compete for the 70e title of Miss USA, which will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An immense pride for this 28-year-old American, and ... Read more
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She is ready, more determined than ever. On Monday, November 29, Kataluna Enriquez will be the first transgender woman to compete for the 70e title of Miss USA, which will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An immense pride for this 28-year-old American, and the culmination of a long journey strewn with obstacles. “This participation means a lot to me, she delivers. It allows me to amplify the fights that I wear. I’m not just competing for a title, but also for a chance to change the story and the norms that have kept so many people from becoming what they want. ”

Kataluna Enriquez has already made an impression by unhooking Miss Nevada’s scarf on June 27. Never had a transgender woman reached this level in an American state, entry ticket for the national competition. “History is on the move”, praised the organization of Miss Nevada. “Kataluna represents the best of Nevada, because it is the diversity of our people that is our strength, added the Democratic governor of the state, Steve Sisolak. Nevada could not be prouder of her accomplishments, and we look forward to cheering her on when she represents our state in November. ”

Read also The “Miss South Africa” contest open to transgender people, a small revolution

Encouragement that the young woman has not always heard. Originally from the Philippines, Kataluna Enriquez came to the United States at the age of 10 and grew up in San Leandro, California. A youth that she describes as very lonely. “From a young age, I was constantly told, ‘Don’t do that, don’t play that, don’t act like that,’ and I was laughed at, she remembers. I had to live differently, resulting in intimidation and attacks. “ On her presentation sheet for the competition, she confides that she was a victim “Physical and sexual violence”. “I’m not brave, she says today. I do what I do to survive, thrive and be like everyone else. ”

Flag bearer of the LGBTQ + community

The nearly 30-year-old, who lives in Las Vegas, began appearing in transgender beauty pageants in 2015. “When I was younger and I watched this type of competition, I only saw women-objects and hypersexualized, she remembers. Then, I learned to listen to these women, the stories they have to share, and understand that you can define your own beauty. “

It was at this time that, for lack of sufficient income to afford her gala outfits, Kataluna Enriquez took needles and scissors to make clothes corresponding to her figure. With some setbacks that she recounts with a smile, like, in her beginnings, this competition where she was forced to keep her toilet which threatened to make the trunk.

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) [summary] => Kataluna Enriquez, in Las Vegas, Nevada, July 22, 2021. ADMEDIA / STARFACE She is ready, more determined than ever. On Monday, November 29, Kataluna Enriquez will be the first transgender woman to compete for the 70e title of Miss USA, which will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An immense pride for this 28-year-old American, and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

She is ready, more determined than ever. On Monday, November 29, Kataluna Enriquez will be the first transgender woman to compete for the 70e title of Miss USA, which will take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An immense pride for this 28-year-old American, and the culmination of a long journey strewn with obstacles. “This participation means a lot to me, she delivers. It allows me to amplify the fights that I wear. I’m not just competing for a title, but also for a chance to change the story and the norms that have kept so many people from becoming what they want. ”

Kataluna Enriquez has already made an impression by unhooking Miss Nevada’s scarf on June 27. Never had a transgender woman reached this level in an American state, entry ticket for the national competition. “History is on the move”, praised the organization of Miss Nevada. “Kataluna represents the best of Nevada, because it is the diversity of our people that is our strength, added the Democratic governor of the state, Steve Sisolak. Nevada could not be prouder of her accomplishments, and we look forward to cheering her on when she represents our state in November. ”

Read also The “Miss South Africa” contest open to transgender people, a small revolution

Encouragement that the young woman has not always heard. Originally from the Philippines, Kataluna Enriquez came to the United States at the age of 10 and grew up in San Leandro, California. A youth that she describes as very lonely. “From a young age, I was constantly told, ‘Don’t do that, don’t play that, don’t act like that,’ and I was laughed at, she remembers. I had to live differently, resulting in intimidation and attacks. “ On her presentation sheet for the competition, she confides that she was a victim “Physical and sexual violence”. “I’m not brave, she says today. I do what I do to survive, thrive and be like everyone else. ”

Flag bearer of the LGBTQ + community

The nearly 30-year-old, who lives in Las Vegas, began appearing in transgender beauty pageants in 2015. “When I was younger and I watched this type of competition, I only saw women-objects and hypersexualized, she remembers. Then, I learned to listen to these women, the stories they have to share, and understand that you can define your own beauty. “

It was at this time that, for lack of sufficient income to afford her gala outfits, Kataluna Enriquez took needles and scissors to make clothes corresponding to her figure. With some setbacks that she recounts with a smile, like, in her beginnings, this competition where she was forced to keep her toilet which threatened to make the trunk.

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Ramos, recruited last summer but recovering for a long time, did not have too much to do for his first match with PSG, which consolidates his first place in L1 but can worry about Neymar: the Brazilian came out in tears and on a stretcher, victim of a sprained left ankle (87th).

The Parisian club (40 pts) now has fourteen points ahead of Nice (26 pts), its runner-up before this 15th day and the next opponent to appear at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday.

Reduced to ten after the exclusion of Timothée Kolodziejczak (45th), Saint-Etienne battled in vain under the snow of Forez and found the red lantern tied with Metz (12 pts), victorious Saturday night on the lawn of the OGC Nice (1-0).

If Neymar thought he had quickly opened the scoring for a goal finally refused for offside (5th), it was the Greens who surprised Paris: after a splendid opening from Wahbi Khazri, Denis Bouanga victoriously resumed a shot from Kolodziejczak repelled by Gianluigi Donnarumma (23rd).

Stung, PSG has created several opportunities to return to the brand. But ASSE goalkeeper Etienne Green delivered a great performance by opposing Kylian Mbappé (14th, 40th, 41st) but also against Neymar (40th).

Three assists for Messi

The goalkeeper could not do anything, however, on the goal scored by the header by Marquinhos (45th + 2) upon receipt of a free kick played by Lionel Messi awarded for a foul by Kolodzieczak on Mbappé.

The exclusion of the Stéphanois did not seem to be necessary. But the referee, Jérôme Brisard, probably estimated a position of last defender or that he canceled a scoring opportunity while Nadé appeared to be able to return to the Parisian.

Anyway, with a half-time outnumbered, the mission seemed impossible for the Greens who had rather delivered a solid first period.

They finally, and logically, gave in late in the game on a goal from Angel Di Maria, served by Messi (2-1, 79th). The Argentinian again delivered the cross which allowed Marquinhos to achieve a brace, with a header to bring the score to 3-1 (90 + 1).

But in the end, the performance of PSG does not remove doubts about the level of play displayed since the start of the season despite the thirteen victories in fifteen days in the league.

And the position of coach Mauricio Pochettino, who arrived almost a year ago, remains uncertain after a week marked by departure rumors and speculation around a possible Parisian interest in Zinédine Zidane, denied to AFP on Friday by sports director Leonardo.

At least Paris has returned to victory after its loss (2-1) Wednesday against Manchester City, despite the qualification obtained for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

But despite their numerical superiority, the Parisians have sometimes been far too static, like their “magic” square Neymar, Messi, Mbappé and Di Maria who too rarely found themselves well and failed to raise the pace against an opponent curled up in defense.

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Saint-Etienne-PSG: Neymar evacuated on a stretcher

) [summary] => Ramos, recruited last summer but recovering for a long time, did not have too much to do for his first match with PSG, which consolidates his first place in L1 but can worry about Neymar: the Brazilian came out in tears and on a stretcher, victim of a sprained left ankle (87th). The Parisian club ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Ramos, recruited last summer but recovering for a long time, did not have too much to do for his first match with PSG, which consolidates his first place in L1 but can worry about Neymar: the Brazilian came out in tears and on a stretcher, victim of a sprained left ankle (87th).

The Parisian club (40 pts) now has fourteen points ahead of Nice (26 pts), its runner-up before this 15th day and the next opponent to appear at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday.

Reduced to ten after the exclusion of Timothée Kolodziejczak (45th), Saint-Etienne battled in vain under the snow of Forez and found the red lantern tied with Metz (12 pts), victorious Saturday night on the lawn of the OGC Nice (1-0).

If Neymar thought he had quickly opened the scoring for a goal finally refused for offside (5th), it was the Greens who surprised Paris: after a splendid opening from Wahbi Khazri, Denis Bouanga victoriously resumed a shot from Kolodziejczak repelled by Gianluigi Donnarumma (23rd).

Stung, PSG has created several opportunities to return to the brand. But ASSE goalkeeper Etienne Green delivered a great performance by opposing Kylian Mbappé (14th, 40th, 41st) but also against Neymar (40th).

Three assists for Messi

The goalkeeper could not do anything, however, on the goal scored by the header by Marquinhos (45th + 2) upon receipt of a free kick played by Lionel Messi awarded for a foul by Kolodzieczak on Mbappé.

The exclusion of the Stéphanois did not seem to be necessary. But the referee, Jérôme Brisard, probably estimated a position of last defender or that he canceled a scoring opportunity while Nadé appeared to be able to return to the Parisian.

Anyway, with a half-time outnumbered, the mission seemed impossible for the Greens who had rather delivered a solid first period.

They finally, and logically, gave in late in the game on a goal from Angel Di Maria, served by Messi (2-1, 79th). The Argentinian again delivered the cross which allowed Marquinhos to achieve a brace, with a header to bring the score to 3-1 (90 + 1).

But in the end, the performance of PSG does not remove doubts about the level of play displayed since the start of the season despite the thirteen victories in fifteen days in the league.

And the position of coach Mauricio Pochettino, who arrived almost a year ago, remains uncertain after a week marked by departure rumors and speculation around a possible Parisian interest in Zinédine Zidane, denied to AFP on Friday by sports director Leonardo.

At least Paris has returned to victory after its loss (2-1) Wednesday against Manchester City, despite the qualification obtained for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

But despite their numerical superiority, the Parisians have sometimes been far too static, like their “magic” square Neymar, Messi, Mbappé and Di Maria who too rarely found themselves well and failed to raise the pace against an opponent curled up in defense.

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Saint-Etienne-PSG: Neymar evacuated on a stretcher

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BRUSSELS LETTER

France is not disarming. While English has imposed itself on all levels of European institutions, both orally and in writing, Emmanuel Macron, like many of his predecessors at the Elysee Palace, continues to fight for the language of Molière do not disappear from community forums.

A few weeks before the French presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), in the first half of 2022, the government is preparing a new offensive. In a press release dated October 22, published after the submission of a report on “Linguistic diversity and the French language in Europe”, the Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune, and his French-speaking counterpart, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, have announced “A multi-year action plan” to promote multilingualism in Brussels.

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There is something quixotic in this fight, so lost it seems. “The place of the English language within European institutions has become preponderant, even hegemonic”, write the authors of the report, who worked under the direction of Christian Lequesne, professor of political science at Sciences Po Paris. A few figures allow us to measure to what extent the 23 other official languages ​​of the EU have in fact almost disappeared from the community landscape. And French, even if it resists better than the others, is no exception.

Thus, at the Commission, where the draft directives are prepared, in 2019, “3.7% of documents sent for translation had French as the source language, against 85.5% for English”, notes the report. Twenty years earlier, 34% of them were written in French before being translated. In the Council (which represents the Member States), it is even worse: in 2018, 95% of the writings were first in English, 2% in French… The European Parliament resisted better but the decline does not seem no less inexorable. In 2019, only 11.7% of documents were written in French.

“Victor Hugo would be very disappointed”

In this landscape so little Francophile, the Court of Justice of the EU is an exception: there is only one language of deliberation, and that is French. Debates are held regularly to know if it would be advisable to introduce another which would be English, but until now Paris has kept the exclusivity. This does not go without posing very concrete problems for the Luxembourg Court: as the report by Christian Lequesne points out, this situation gives rise to “A difficulty in recruiting. The pool of judges and collaborators (especially referendaries) is mechanically reduced due to the need to recruit people who already have a very good level of French ”.

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France’s vain fight against the domination of English within European institutions

) [summary] => BRUSSELS LETTER Interpreters translate the sessions of the European Parliament in Brussels. EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT France is not disarming. While English has imposed itself on all levels of European institutions, both orally and in writing, Emmanuel Macron, like many of his predecessors at the Elysee Palace, continues to fight for the language of Molière do not ... Read more [atom_content] =>

BRUSSELS LETTER

France is not disarming. While English has imposed itself on all levels of European institutions, both orally and in writing, Emmanuel Macron, like many of his predecessors at the Elysee Palace, continues to fight for the language of Molière do not disappear from community forums.

A few weeks before the French presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), in the first half of 2022, the government is preparing a new offensive. In a press release dated October 22, published after the submission of a report on “Linguistic diversity and the French language in Europe”, the Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune, and his French-speaking counterpart, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, have announced “A multi-year action plan” to promote multilingualism in Brussels.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Why Brexit will not save the French language in Brussels

There is something quixotic in this fight, so lost it seems. “The place of the English language within European institutions has become preponderant, even hegemonic”, write the authors of the report, who worked under the direction of Christian Lequesne, professor of political science at Sciences Po Paris. A few figures allow us to measure to what extent the 23 other official languages ​​of the EU have in fact almost disappeared from the community landscape. And French, even if it resists better than the others, is no exception.

Thus, at the Commission, where the draft directives are prepared, in 2019, “3.7% of documents sent for translation had French as the source language, against 85.5% for English”, notes the report. Twenty years earlier, 34% of them were written in French before being translated. In the Council (which represents the Member States), it is even worse: in 2018, 95% of the writings were first in English, 2% in French… The European Parliament resisted better but the decline does not seem no less inexorable. In 2019, only 11.7% of documents were written in French.

“Victor Hugo would be very disappointed”

In this landscape so little Francophile, the Court of Justice of the EU is an exception: there is only one language of deliberation, and that is French. Debates are held regularly to know if it would be advisable to introduce another which would be English, but until now Paris has kept the exclusivity. This does not go without posing very concrete problems for the Luxembourg Court: as the report by Christian Lequesne points out, this situation gives rise to “A difficulty in recruiting. The pool of judges and collaborators (especially referendaries) is mechanically reduced due to the need to recruit people who already have a very good level of French ”.

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Guizado, (trumpet), Chicão (keyboard), Zé Nigro (bass), Samuel Fraga and Tony Gordin on drums, in a special session of the Early and Sitting Project do Studio SP. The night promises, the group’s mix of soul, jazz, funk and rock is super engaging. Ilhan recognized as a visionary musician and producer, created Wax Poetic, in 1997, with a collaborative proposal of several musicians, in a delicious combination of jazz with pop, reggae, among different styles, and was the seed that gave rise to Nublu Sessions. Norah Jones, Jamaican singer U-Roy, singer N’Dea Devenport (Brand New Heavies) and Brazilians Karina Zeviani, Otto and Bebel Gilberto, among many others, have already participated in Wax Poetic.

Ilhan Ersahin photo: disclosure

The creative and adventurous Ersahin, born in Sweden and raised in Turkey, started playing saxophone at age 16, delved into more traditional jazz when he moved to the United States studying at schools like Berklee, but in the mid-1990s he found himself drawn to the potential. combinations of jazz with reggae, dub, rock and many other genres. In 2002 he opened Clube Nublu, in New York, one of the main points of improvisation and cosmopolitan music, recognized worldwide. The Nublu Records label, as well as the festival, came as a result. This festival has already been filmed in France, USA and Turkey, here in SP it takes place mainly at Sesc Pompeia and has already brought names like Archie Shepp, John Cale, Kamasi Washington and Cymande, among many others. The musician with a lot of stories to tell, talked to this column about jazz, Nublu, Brazil and more:

Adriana Arakake: When did jazz enter your life?

Ilhan Ersahin: Jazz came into my life when I was reading On the Road by Jack Kerouac. I was curious about that as it’s all over the book, but at the same time, in my teens, I was curious about music. I consider myself more of a musician than a jazzer, I think. But when I really got into it was when I moved to the United States when I was 21 years old.

AA : And with Brazilian music, how were your first contacts?

IE: My wife is Brazilian, so I’ve been coming to Brazil for 25 years. On all these trips, I’ve met and befriended many great people and musicians. It was natural to start playing and collaborating with Brazilian musicians. I now have 2 bands in Brazil. One is what we’re playing this Wednesday, we don’t actually have a name yet, but it feels like a band. We have an album coming out in a few months, which we recorded just before the pandemic. This band is with Guizado, Samuel Fraga, Tony Gordin, Chicao and Zé Nigro. Amazing people, friends and great musicians. My other band called Praia Futuro is with Dengue, Catatau and Yuri Kalil. Another great gang! We also have a new album coming out soon, our first album was all instrumental, the new one will feature different vocalists.

Wax Poetic photo: disclosure

AA: A lot of artists have adapted to continue creating during the quarantine, I read that you produced and released a lot of things, how was that period for you?

IE: Me too, and I produced a lot. I’ve been working on these 2 albums and a few other projects, like a new project I have with a Turkish DJ / producer, Oceanvs Orientalis. I’ve also been working on tracks with my Istanbul band called Istanbul Sessions. Alos (project by Stefania Pedretti) finished an album here in NYC with Dave Harrington, from the band Dark Side and the great drummer Kenny Wollesen. Also, I was painting, fixing and redecorating my three clubs in NY. Now there’s Nublu, Studio 151, which is the second floor above Nublu, where we now have amazing sushi, cocktails and vinyl djs, and then there’s the original Nublu which is now called radionublu. It will be a cafe and a radio station lounge. So yeah, I was doing a lot of things.

Morcheeba in presentation at Nublu Festival, Sesc Pompeia, 2018

AA: You renewed jazz in the 1990s with Wax Poetic, mixing different elements and styles, launching Norah Jones to stardom, for example, can you tell us a little about that experience?

IE Yes, it was a time in my life when I made a big decision to change my musical cause. For 10 years I was playing strictly traditional jazz and practicing a lot, playing mostly patterns and imitating my jazz heroes. But then I started listening to Massive Atack etc, and I went back to my teenage music which was punk, ska, reggae etc. So, I made a difficult decision to stop playing traditional jazz and just make my own music, because it was the most natural way.

AA: How is your creation process?

IE: I get creative when I know a recording or some shows are about to happen. I like to write specifically for people who are on upcoming recordings or concerts. I don’t normally just write songs and adopt them for anyone. Like when I write and create patterns and melodies, say for the Istanbul Sessions, I write with the 4 of us in mind. But I also have a nightclub where I listen to good music every night, that lifestyle makes a person creative, because you just have to be open and creative to be able to handle the whole process.

Nublu Club, NYC photo: disclosure

AA: Nublu clubs have become jazz meccas, welcoming renowned artists and being recognized as polytenic, and innovation is one of their trademarks. This probably has to do with your origins and your travels around the world, right?

IE: I think so, my origins are half Swedish and half Turkish and spend a lot of time in NYC, Istanbul and Brazil, mainly in SP, Rio and Florianópolis. But also the East Village, where I live, is the most creative corner in the world. People love to say Brooklyn Brooklyn … but the list of bands and artists who have lived and live in the East Village is looong. From Lou Reed, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, all the CBGB bands, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsburg, Arthur Russell, Jackson Pollock, etc.

Sun Ra Arkestra, Nublu Festival, 2012

AA How did the Nublu Festival idea come about? It seems to me that the club had to travel too, to keep up with the club’s multicultural rhythm, how did you bring it to São Paulo?

Nublu is now 20 years old and I started Nublu Jazzfest, I think 13 years ago. Then I met Talita from SP, who is my partner in Brazil with Nublu Jazzfest, I suggested to her – Talita, are we going to do Nublu Jazzfest in SP? She agreed, everything happened and now it’s 10 years of Nublu Jazzfest in SP. I really hope it happens again in 2022, after this difficult year.

AA: What are you guys up to for this Wednesday’s Nublu Sessions show at Studio SP?

IE: I love the guys on this project, all great musicians and fun guys to hang out with. Music is the purpose of conversations and that’s why for me it’s important to share interest, curiosity, musical explorations and a bit of madness with them. We have a concept to follow, let’s explore a more linear rather than circular approach that exists in most music. It is not a repetition of verse, chorus etc etc. It’s like we’re making up the moment rather than doing an informal jam. It’s a different approach. Jam is one thing and improvising is another different way I mentioned.

The show at Studio SP this Wednesday starts at midnight, it’s free and a must-see.

Adriana Arakake

Adriana Ararake is a DJ and an expert in Jazz, Soul and Blues for Music Non Stop.

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We spoke with saxophonist Ilhan Ersahim, from Nublu Sessions

) [summary] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook Guizado, (trumpet), Chicão (keyboard), Zé Nigro (bass), Samuel Fraga and Tony Gordin on drums, in a special session of the Early and Sitting Project do Studio SP. The night promises, the group’s mix of soul, jazz, funk and rock is super engaging. Ilhan recognized as a visionary musician and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Guizado, (trumpet), Chicão (keyboard), Zé Nigro (bass), Samuel Fraga and Tony Gordin on drums, in a special session of the Early and Sitting Project do Studio SP. The night promises, the group’s mix of soul, jazz, funk and rock is super engaging. Ilhan recognized as a visionary musician and producer, created Wax Poetic, in 1997, with a collaborative proposal of several musicians, in a delicious combination of jazz with pop, reggae, among different styles, and was the seed that gave rise to Nublu Sessions. Norah Jones, Jamaican singer U-Roy, singer N’Dea Devenport (Brand New Heavies) and Brazilians Karina Zeviani, Otto and Bebel Gilberto, among many others, have already participated in Wax Poetic.

Ilhan Ersahin photo: disclosure

The creative and adventurous Ersahin, born in Sweden and raised in Turkey, started playing saxophone at age 16, delved into more traditional jazz when he moved to the United States studying at schools like Berklee, but in the mid-1990s he found himself drawn to the potential. combinations of jazz with reggae, dub, rock and many other genres. In 2002 he opened Clube Nublu, in New York, one of the main points of improvisation and cosmopolitan music, recognized worldwide. The Nublu Records label, as well as the festival, came as a result. This festival has already been filmed in France, USA and Turkey, here in SP it takes place mainly at Sesc Pompeia and has already brought names like Archie Shepp, John Cale, Kamasi Washington and Cymande, among many others. The musician with a lot of stories to tell, talked to this column about jazz, Nublu, Brazil and more:

Adriana Arakake: When did jazz enter your life?

Ilhan Ersahin: Jazz came into my life when I was reading On the Road by Jack Kerouac. I was curious about that as it’s all over the book, but at the same time, in my teens, I was curious about music. I consider myself more of a musician than a jazzer, I think. But when I really got into it was when I moved to the United States when I was 21 years old.

AA : And with Brazilian music, how were your first contacts?

IE: My wife is Brazilian, so I’ve been coming to Brazil for 25 years. On all these trips, I’ve met and befriended many great people and musicians. It was natural to start playing and collaborating with Brazilian musicians. I now have 2 bands in Brazil. One is what we’re playing this Wednesday, we don’t actually have a name yet, but it feels like a band. We have an album coming out in a few months, which we recorded just before the pandemic. This band is with Guizado, Samuel Fraga, Tony Gordin, Chicao and Zé Nigro. Amazing people, friends and great musicians. My other band called Praia Futuro is with Dengue, Catatau and Yuri Kalil. Another great gang! We also have a new album coming out soon, our first album was all instrumental, the new one will feature different vocalists.

Wax Poetic photo: disclosure

AA: A lot of artists have adapted to continue creating during the quarantine, I read that you produced and released a lot of things, how was that period for you?

IE: Me too, and I produced a lot. I’ve been working on these 2 albums and a few other projects, like a new project I have with a Turkish DJ / producer, Oceanvs Orientalis. I’ve also been working on tracks with my Istanbul band called Istanbul Sessions. Alos (project by Stefania Pedretti) finished an album here in NYC with Dave Harrington, from the band Dark Side and the great drummer Kenny Wollesen. Also, I was painting, fixing and redecorating my three clubs in NY. Now there’s Nublu, Studio 151, which is the second floor above Nublu, where we now have amazing sushi, cocktails and vinyl djs, and then there’s the original Nublu which is now called radionublu. It will be a cafe and a radio station lounge. So yeah, I was doing a lot of things.

Morcheeba in presentation at Nublu Festival, Sesc Pompeia, 2018

AA: You renewed jazz in the 1990s with Wax Poetic, mixing different elements and styles, launching Norah Jones to stardom, for example, can you tell us a little about that experience?

IE Yes, it was a time in my life when I made a big decision to change my musical cause. For 10 years I was playing strictly traditional jazz and practicing a lot, playing mostly patterns and imitating my jazz heroes. But then I started listening to Massive Atack etc, and I went back to my teenage music which was punk, ska, reggae etc. So, I made a difficult decision to stop playing traditional jazz and just make my own music, because it was the most natural way.

AA: How is your creation process?

IE: I get creative when I know a recording or some shows are about to happen. I like to write specifically for people who are on upcoming recordings or concerts. I don’t normally just write songs and adopt them for anyone. Like when I write and create patterns and melodies, say for the Istanbul Sessions, I write with the 4 of us in mind. But I also have a nightclub where I listen to good music every night, that lifestyle makes a person creative, because you just have to be open and creative to be able to handle the whole process.

Nublu Club, NYC photo: disclosure

AA: Nublu clubs have become jazz meccas, welcoming renowned artists and being recognized as polytenic, and innovation is one of their trademarks. This probably has to do with your origins and your travels around the world, right?

IE: I think so, my origins are half Swedish and half Turkish and spend a lot of time in NYC, Istanbul and Brazil, mainly in SP, Rio and Florianópolis. But also the East Village, where I live, is the most creative corner in the world. People love to say Brooklyn Brooklyn … but the list of bands and artists who have lived and live in the East Village is looong. From Lou Reed, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, all the CBGB bands, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsburg, Arthur Russell, Jackson Pollock, etc.

Sun Ra Arkestra, Nublu Festival, 2012

AA How did the Nublu Festival idea come about? It seems to me that the club had to travel too, to keep up with the club’s multicultural rhythm, how did you bring it to São Paulo?

Nublu is now 20 years old and I started Nublu Jazzfest, I think 13 years ago. Then I met Talita from SP, who is my partner in Brazil with Nublu Jazzfest, I suggested to her – Talita, are we going to do Nublu Jazzfest in SP? She agreed, everything happened and now it’s 10 years of Nublu Jazzfest in SP. I really hope it happens again in 2022, after this difficult year.

AA: What are you guys up to for this Wednesday’s Nublu Sessions show at Studio SP?

IE: I love the guys on this project, all great musicians and fun guys to hang out with. Music is the purpose of conversations and that’s why for me it’s important to share interest, curiosity, musical explorations and a bit of madness with them. We have a concept to follow, let’s explore a more linear rather than circular approach that exists in most music. It is not a repetition of verse, chorus etc etc. It’s like we’re making up the moment rather than doing an informal jam. It’s a different approach. Jam is one thing and improvising is another different way I mentioned.

The show at Studio SP this Wednesday starts at midnight, it’s free and a must-see.

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) [4] => Array ( [title] => Davis Cup: Russia rushes on Spain, Serbia on waivers [link] => https://bofads.com/sport/davis-cup-russia-rushes-on-spain-serbia-on-waivers/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 23:57:19 +0000 [category] => SportCupDavisrushesRussiaSerbiaSpainwaivers [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6564 [description] => Before his face-to-face with Spain holding the trophy in front of his Madrid crowd, the Russia of world number 2 Daniil Medvedev assumed his status as favorite for his entry into the competition in the Davis Cup, against the very affordable Ecuador on Saturday. Shortly before midnight, Italy is the first to qualify for the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Before his face-to-face with Spain holding the trophy in front of his Madrid crowd, the Russia of world number 2 Daniil Medvedev assumed his status as favorite for his entry into the competition in the Davis Cup, against the very affordable Ecuador on Saturday. Shortly before midnight, Italy is the first to qualify for the quarter-finals thanks to its second victory in two days. The fate of Novak Djokovic’s Serbia, beaten 2-1 by Germany, is uncertain.

With two members of the top 5, one of the top 20 and one of the top 30 in its ranks, the Russian armada looks like a scarecrow.

The lightning performance of Medvedev to bring his country the point of victory is an illustration: the world number 2 imposed his law in 58 minutes 6-0, 6-2, certainly against the 148th world Emilio Gomez – son of Andres, winner of Roland-Garros in 1990 – but who had given a hard time to the Spaniard Pablo Carreño Busta (ATP 19) the day before.

Previously, Andrey Rublev did not have it so easy against Roberto Quiroz, yet 291st in the world (and he nephew of Andres Gomez). But, after his South American opponent thwarted his strike force with his sense of anticipation and his variations in the second set, the world number 5 recovered in the decisive round, to conclude in less than a hour and a half (6-3, 4-6, 6-1).

In the evening, alongside Aslan Karatsev in doubles, Rublev allowed his team to refuel against Ecuador (6-4, 4-6, 6-4 against Hidalgo / Escobar). Like Spain the day before.

Now it’s time for the shock against the Iberian team, however weakened by the last minute packages of his N.2 Roberto Bautista (abdominals) and his new phenomenon Carlos Alcaraz (Covid), in addition to the absence of Rafael Nadal. At stake: first place in group A and the most direct access to the quarter-finals.

Impeccable in singles, like the day before against Austria (6-3, 6-2 against Novak, 3-0 victory for Serbia), with a 6-2, 6-4 success against Jan-Lennard Struff who brought home the Serbs tied with Germany after the defeat of Filip Krajinovic in the first match against Dominik Koepfer (7-6 (7/4), 6-4), the world number 1, associated in doubles with Nikola Cacic, n ‘ failed to bring the point that would have sent his team to the quarter-finals.

“Nole” and Cacic, however, had a break in advance in the third set (4-2), and several other break opportunities to lead 6-5 and serve for the match – the racket of the world No. moreover did not resist. But it was Kevin Krawietz and Tim Puetz who had the last word in the decisive tie-break (7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 7-6 (7-5)).

The fate of Serbia (4 wins for 2 losses in total) now depends on the last group F clash between Germany and Austria. And not only.

Because in addition to the six group winners directly qualified for the quarter-finals, the two best runners-up will also be invited.

But difficult to do the accounts before Sunday evening, so many scenarios are there … Among the contenders for these two tickets – and depending on the results of the last day of the group stage – there is in particular Sweden (4- 2), and in a much more fragile position, France (3-3).

After the United States (beaten 2-1 Friday), Colombia (2-0 before the double), and here is the young Italian guard, which evolves in front of the Turin public, in the quarter-finals.

“It’s an incredible feeling to be already qualified, thank you for the atmosphere, really,” thanked Jannik Sinner, victorious 7-5, 6-0 over Daniel Elahi Galan.

Previously, Lorenzo Sonego had scrapped for more than two and a half hours to overcome Nicolas Mejia (6-7, (5/7), 6-4, 6-2).

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Davis Cup: Russia rushes on Spain, Serbia on waivers

) [summary] => Before his face-to-face with Spain holding the trophy in front of his Madrid crowd, the Russia of world number 2 Daniil Medvedev assumed his status as favorite for his entry into the competition in the Davis Cup, against the very affordable Ecuador on Saturday. Shortly before midnight, Italy is the first to qualify for the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Before his face-to-face with Spain holding the trophy in front of his Madrid crowd, the Russia of world number 2 Daniil Medvedev assumed his status as favorite for his entry into the competition in the Davis Cup, against the very affordable Ecuador on Saturday. Shortly before midnight, Italy is the first to qualify for the quarter-finals thanks to its second victory in two days. The fate of Novak Djokovic’s Serbia, beaten 2-1 by Germany, is uncertain.

With two members of the top 5, one of the top 20 and one of the top 30 in its ranks, the Russian armada looks like a scarecrow.

The lightning performance of Medvedev to bring his country the point of victory is an illustration: the world number 2 imposed his law in 58 minutes 6-0, 6-2, certainly against the 148th world Emilio Gomez – son of Andres, winner of Roland-Garros in 1990 – but who had given a hard time to the Spaniard Pablo Carreño Busta (ATP 19) the day before.

Previously, Andrey Rublev did not have it so easy against Roberto Quiroz, yet 291st in the world (and he nephew of Andres Gomez). But, after his South American opponent thwarted his strike force with his sense of anticipation and his variations in the second set, the world number 5 recovered in the decisive round, to conclude in less than a hour and a half (6-3, 4-6, 6-1).

In the evening, alongside Aslan Karatsev in doubles, Rublev allowed his team to refuel against Ecuador (6-4, 4-6, 6-4 against Hidalgo / Escobar). Like Spain the day before.

Now it’s time for the shock against the Iberian team, however weakened by the last minute packages of his N.2 Roberto Bautista (abdominals) and his new phenomenon Carlos Alcaraz (Covid), in addition to the absence of Rafael Nadal. At stake: first place in group A and the most direct access to the quarter-finals.

Impeccable in singles, like the day before against Austria (6-3, 6-2 against Novak, 3-0 victory for Serbia), with a 6-2, 6-4 success against Jan-Lennard Struff who brought home the Serbs tied with Germany after the defeat of Filip Krajinovic in the first match against Dominik Koepfer (7-6 (7/4), 6-4), the world number 1, associated in doubles with Nikola Cacic, n ‘ failed to bring the point that would have sent his team to the quarter-finals.

“Nole” and Cacic, however, had a break in advance in the third set (4-2), and several other break opportunities to lead 6-5 and serve for the match – the racket of the world No. moreover did not resist. But it was Kevin Krawietz and Tim Puetz who had the last word in the decisive tie-break (7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 7-6 (7-5)).

The fate of Serbia (4 wins for 2 losses in total) now depends on the last group F clash between Germany and Austria. And not only.

Because in addition to the six group winners directly qualified for the quarter-finals, the two best runners-up will also be invited.

But difficult to do the accounts before Sunday evening, so many scenarios are there … Among the contenders for these two tickets – and depending on the results of the last day of the group stage – there is in particular Sweden (4- 2), and in a much more fragile position, France (3-3).

After the United States (beaten 2-1 Friday), Colombia (2-0 before the double), and here is the young Italian guard, which evolves in front of the Turin public, in the quarter-finals.

“It’s an incredible feeling to be already qualified, thank you for the atmosphere, really,” thanked Jannik Sinner, victorious 7-5, 6-0 over Daniel Elahi Galan.

Previously, Lorenzo Sonego had scrapped for more than two and a half hours to overcome Nicolas Mejia (6-7, (5/7), 6-4, 6-2).

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Davis Cup: Russia rushes on Spain, Serbia on waivers

) [5] => Array ( [title] => In Switzerland, the populist right loses the battle of the “Covid-19 law” [link] => https://bofads.com/world-news/in-switzerland-the-populist-right-loses-the-battle-of-the-covid-19-law/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 23:11:05 +0000 [category] => World NewsbattleCovid19lawlosespopulistSwitzerland [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6561 [description] => People wearing the disguises of the television series “La Casa de papel” demonstrate, in Bern, on November 28, 2021, against the “Covid-19 law”, the modification of which was accepted by referendum in Switzerland. ANTHONY ANEX / AP Weeks of invective on the part of very upset opponents; a virulent campaign, with death threats on social ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Weeks of invective on the part of very upset opponents; a virulent campaign, with death threats on social networks against elected officials, and references to a “health dictatorship” of Nazi obedience (we could even see a Swiss cross “armed” with syringes transforming it into a swastika); a strong poster campaign against the health pass, funded by the populist party UDC … It is in this unusually tense context that the Swiss voted, Sunday, November 28, on the “Covid-19 law” by which the authorities are piloting the pandemic response.

In a country where federalism, and therefore the autonomy of the cantons, is not an empty word, this election had the value of supreme test on the government’s room for maneuver while the fifth wave of the virus is already hitting many people hard. cantons of eastern Switzerland – that of Appenzell has experienced an incidence of more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants for two weeks.

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With a very strong participation (65%) unprecedented for half a century, the result is clear. With 62% of yes, the population supports the policy of the Federal Council, to the great relief of the Minister of Health: “We thus continue to have the tools to fight this pandemic; we do not say yes or no to the disappearance of a virus, that would be too good “, said Alain Berset.

The diversion of this evacuated vote, Bern will be able to focus on the arrival of the Omicron variant in the Confederation, where a first probable case was detected on Sunday evening, according to the Federal Office of Public Health. All the cantons accepted the law challenged by the referendum, with the exception of two German-speaking entities, the half-canton of Appenzell Inner Rhodes and that of Schwyz, where some municipalities opposed it by 80%. The “no” map also very closely matches that of the vaccination coverage rate. The less people are vaccinated, the more they defy health policy.

Whether or not to toughen protective measures

It now remains to be seen to what extent this very clear result will mitigate the divisions that have emerged in recent months in a country unaccustomed to heated confrontations, even if they have remained verbal. “Worrisome fault lines have appeared even in families, they will now have to be overcome, because referendums aim to strengthen social cohesion”, commented on Sunday evening in the newspaper The New Zurich Times. Before giving yourself in a somewhat contradictory way to this warning: “Accepting the verdict of the ballot box also means staying away from people who break the rules and spread conspiracy theories. “

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In Switzerland, the populist right loses the battle of the “Covid-19 law”

) [summary] => People wearing the disguises of the television series “La Casa de papel” demonstrate, in Bern, on November 28, 2021, against the “Covid-19 law”, the modification of which was accepted by referendum in Switzerland. ANTHONY ANEX / AP Weeks of invective on the part of very upset opponents; a virulent campaign, with death threats on social ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Weeks of invective on the part of very upset opponents; a virulent campaign, with death threats on social networks against elected officials, and references to a “health dictatorship” of Nazi obedience (we could even see a Swiss cross “armed” with syringes transforming it into a swastika); a strong poster campaign against the health pass, funded by the populist party UDC … It is in this unusually tense context that the Swiss voted, Sunday, November 28, on the “Covid-19 law” by which the authorities are piloting the pandemic response.

In a country where federalism, and therefore the autonomy of the cantons, is not an empty word, this election had the value of supreme test on the government’s room for maneuver while the fifth wave of the virus is already hitting many people hard. cantons of eastern Switzerland – that of Appenzell has experienced an incidence of more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants for two weeks.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In Switzerland, the fifth wave hits the least vaccinated population in Western Europe

With a very strong participation (65%) unprecedented for half a century, the result is clear. With 62% of yes, the population supports the policy of the Federal Council, to the great relief of the Minister of Health: “We thus continue to have the tools to fight this pandemic; we do not say yes or no to the disappearance of a virus, that would be too good “, said Alain Berset.

The diversion of this evacuated vote, Bern will be able to focus on the arrival of the Omicron variant in the Confederation, where a first probable case was detected on Sunday evening, according to the Federal Office of Public Health. All the cantons accepted the law challenged by the referendum, with the exception of two German-speaking entities, the half-canton of Appenzell Inner Rhodes and that of Schwyz, where some municipalities opposed it by 80%. The “no” map also very closely matches that of the vaccination coverage rate. The less people are vaccinated, the more they defy health policy.

Whether or not to toughen protective measures

It now remains to be seen to what extent this very clear result will mitigate the divisions that have emerged in recent months in a country unaccustomed to heated confrontations, even if they have remained verbal. “Worrisome fault lines have appeared even in families, they will now have to be overcome, because referendums aim to strengthen social cohesion”, commented on Sunday evening in the newspaper The New Zurich Times. Before giving yourself in a somewhat contradictory way to this warning: “Accepting the verdict of the ballot box also means staying away from people who break the rules and spread conspiracy theories. “

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) [6] => Array ( [title] => A new artificial material mimics quantum entangled rare earth compounds [link] => https://bofads.com/healthandscience/a-new-artificial-material-mimics-quantum-entangled-rare-earth-compounds/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 22:48:35 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceartificialcompoundsEarthentangledmaterialmimicsquantumrare [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6559 [description] => Journal Reference: Viliam Vaňo, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0 The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Viliam Vaňo, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0

The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery emerged from their efforts to create a quantum spin liquid which they could use to investigate emergent quantum phenomena such as gauge theory. This involves fabricating a single layer of atomically thin tantalum disulphide, but the process also creates islands that consist of two layers.

When the team examined these islands, they found that interactions between the two layers induced a phenomenon known as the Kondo effect, leading to a macroscopically entangled state of matter producing a heavy-fermion system.

The Kondo effect is an interaction between magnetic impurities and electrons that causes a material’s electrical resistance to change with temperature. This results in the electrons behaving as though they have more mass, leading these compounds to be called heavy fermion materials. This phenomenon is a hallmark of materials containing rare earth elements.

Heavy fermion materials are important in several domains of cutting-edge physics, including research into quantum materials. ‘Studying complex quantum materials is hindered by the properties of naturally occurring compounds. Our goal is to produce artificial designer materials that can be readily tuned and controlled externally to expand the range of exotic phenomena that can be realized in the lab,’ says Professor Peter Liljeroth.

For example, heavy fermion materials could act as topological superconductors, which could be useful for building qubits that are more robust to noise and perturbation from the environment, reducing error rates in quantum computers. ‘Creating this in real life would benefit enormously from having a heavy fermion material system that can be readily incorporated into electrical devices and tuned externally,’ explains Viliam Va?o, a doctoral student in Liljeroth’s group and the paper’s lead author.

Although both layers in the new material are tantalum sulphide, there are subtle but important differences in their properties. One layer behaves like a metal, conducting electrons, while the other layer has a structural change that causes electrons to be localized into a regular lattice. The combination of the two results in the appearance of heavy fermion physics, which neither layer exhibits alone.

This new heavy fermion material also offers a powerful tool for probing quantum criticality. ‘The material can reach a quantum-critical point when it begins to move from one collective quantum state to another, for example, from a regular magnet towards an entangled heavy fermion material,’ explains Professor Jose Lado. ‘Between these states, the entire system is critical, reacting strongly to the slightest change, and providing an ideal platform to engineer even more exotic quantum matter.’

‘In the future, we will explore how the system reacts to the rotation of each sheet relative to the other and try to modify the coupling between the layers to tune the material towards quantum critical behaviour,’ says Liljeroth.

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A new artificial material mimics quantum entangled rare earth compounds

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Viliam Vaňo, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0 The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Viliam Vaňo, Mohammad Amini, Somesh C. Ganguli, Guangze Chen, Jose L. Lado, Shawulienu Kezilebieke, Peter Liljeroth. Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure. Nature, 2021; 599 (7886): 582 DOI: 10.1038/s41586-021-04021-0

The researchers showed that by starting from seemingly common materials, a radically new quantum state of matter can appear. The discovery emerged from their efforts to create a quantum spin liquid which they could use to investigate emergent quantum phenomena such as gauge theory. This involves fabricating a single layer of atomically thin tantalum disulphide, but the process also creates islands that consist of two layers.

When the team examined these islands, they found that interactions between the two layers induced a phenomenon known as the Kondo effect, leading to a macroscopically entangled state of matter producing a heavy-fermion system.

The Kondo effect is an interaction between magnetic impurities and electrons that causes a material’s electrical resistance to change with temperature. This results in the electrons behaving as though they have more mass, leading these compounds to be called heavy fermion materials. This phenomenon is a hallmark of materials containing rare earth elements.

Heavy fermion materials are important in several domains of cutting-edge physics, including research into quantum materials. ‘Studying complex quantum materials is hindered by the properties of naturally occurring compounds. Our goal is to produce artificial designer materials that can be readily tuned and controlled externally to expand the range of exotic phenomena that can be realized in the lab,’ says Professor Peter Liljeroth.

For example, heavy fermion materials could act as topological superconductors, which could be useful for building qubits that are more robust to noise and perturbation from the environment, reducing error rates in quantum computers. ‘Creating this in real life would benefit enormously from having a heavy fermion material system that can be readily incorporated into electrical devices and tuned externally,’ explains Viliam Va?o, a doctoral student in Liljeroth’s group and the paper’s lead author.

Although both layers in the new material are tantalum sulphide, there are subtle but important differences in their properties. One layer behaves like a metal, conducting electrons, while the other layer has a structural change that causes electrons to be localized into a regular lattice. The combination of the two results in the appearance of heavy fermion physics, which neither layer exhibits alone.

This new heavy fermion material also offers a powerful tool for probing quantum criticality. ‘The material can reach a quantum-critical point when it begins to move from one collective quantum state to another, for example, from a regular magnet towards an entangled heavy fermion material,’ explains Professor Jose Lado. ‘Between these states, the entire system is critical, reacting strongly to the slightest change, and providing an ideal platform to engineer even more exotic quantum matter.’

‘In the future, we will explore how the system reacts to the rotation of each sheet relative to the other and try to modify the coupling between the layers to tune the material towards quantum critical behaviour,’ says Liljeroth.

We would like to thank the author of this article for this amazing material

A new artificial material mimics quantum entangled rare earth compounds

) [7] => Array ( [title] => Belgians abroad: victory for Timothy Castagne, first goal for Jérémy Doku and a few minutes for Lukaku [link] => https://bofads.com/sport/belgians-abroad-victory-for-timothy-castagne-first-goal-for-jeremy-doku-and-a-few-minutes-for-lukaku/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 22:27:37 +0000 [category] => SportBelgiansCastagneDokugoalJérémyLukakuminutesTimothyvictory [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6556 [description] => ENGLAND: Chelsea split against Manchester United, Lukaku makes comeback No winner between Chelsea and Manchester United who parted 1-1 on Sunday on Matchday 13 of the Premier League. The meeting was marked by the return of Romelu Lukaku and the first league game for Michaël Carrick as interim coach of the Red Devils since the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

ENGLAND: Chelsea split against Manchester United, Lukaku makes comeback

No winner between Chelsea and Manchester United who parted 1-1 on Sunday on Matchday 13 of the Premier League. The meeting was marked by the return of Romelu Lukaku and the first league game for Michaël Carrick as interim coach of the Red Devils since the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Absent for several weeks due to injury, Romelu Lukaku was present on the Chelsea bench at kick-off and saw his family respond to the opening scoring of Jadon Sancho (50th, 0-1) through Jorginho on penalty (67th, 1-1). The Italian European champion converted a penalty kick following a fault by Wan Bissaka on Thiago Silva.

Thomas Tuchel could count on Lukaku again and decided to bring him into the game in the 82nd minute. It was the first minutes of the game for the former Anderlecht since his ankle injury suffered last October 20 against Malmö in the Champions League.

In the other camp, Michaël Carrick officiated for the first time in the league as head coach of the Mancuniens since the thanks of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He began his interim with a 0-2 victory on the lawn of Villarreal on Tuesday in the Champions League.

With this result, the Blues, 30 points, are back one step ahead of Manchester City at the top of the standings. For their part, the Red Devils occupy 8th place with 18 units.

Without Youri Tielemans injured, but with Timothy Castagne the whole game, Leicester won 4-2 at home on Sunday against Watford in Matchday 13 of the Premier League.

The Foxes were able to count on the efficiency of their scorer Jamie Vardy author of two achievements, each time on an assist from James Maddison (34th and 42nd). A Maddison who had paved the way for his family in the 16th minute by scoring the first goal of the meeting, Ademola Lookman sealing the score in the 68th minute of play (4-2). Holder, Timothy Castagne has not left the lawn.

On the Watford side, defender Christian Kabasele remained on the bench throughout the game, from where he was able to attend the second goal of his own signed by former Bruges resident Emmanuel Denis (61st, 3-2).

At the same time, Manchester City, still without Kévin De Bruyne won 2-1 on their lawn against West Ham.

FRANCE: a goal for Doku, back in the eleven for Denayer

First goal of the season for Jérémy Doku during Rennes’ victory at Lorient

Jérémy Doku found the net with Rennes during the 15th day of Ligue 1 this Sunday against Lorient. Having entered the game in the 69th minute, the Red Devils winger scored his team’s second goal less than ten minutes later.

Back last week on the Bretons bench, the former Anderlechtois also started this Sunday on the bench for the trip of his family to Lorient. Got into play in the 69th minute while the score was still 0-0, the 19-year-old will-wisp doubled the score for Rennes just two minutes after Gaëtan Laborde’s opening scoring (76th, 0-1 ).

At the same time, Matz Sels and Strasbourg went to seek a point on the ground of AS Monaco (1-1) where Eliot Matazo played the last 20 minutes.

For its part, Reims, with Wout Faes holder and Thomas Foket mounted at half-time, got the better of Clermont by winning 1-0 at home.

In the standings, Rennes takes second place with 28 points. Strasbourg is 7th with 19 points and is one point ahead of Monaco. Reims ranks 14th with 16 units.

Lyon and Jason Denayer brought back the three points of their trip to Montpellier by winning 0-1 thanks to a goal from Lucas Paqueta shortly after the quarter of an hour of play in their meeting counting for the 15th day of Ligue 1 on Sunday. A success that allows the Gones to return to 7th place in the standings with 22 points.

On the bench during the meeting against Marseille last week, Jason Denayer made his return to the Lyon base. The number 5 of Gones played the entire meeting which saw his team take all three points thanks to the 6th goal in the league from the Brazilian Lucas Paqueta (17th, 0-1).

SPAIN: Adnan Januzaj and Real Sociedad lose against Barcelona’s Espanyol

Adnan Januzaj, present throughout the meeting, and Real Sociedad lost 1-0 on Sunday on the lawn of Barcelona Espanyol for the account of the 15th day of La Liga.

Holder for the 7th time in a row in all competitions, Adnan Januzaj remained on an assist during the 2-1 defeat of the Basques in the Europa League on the ground of Monaco. He could not repeat such a performance on Sunday and allow his team to bring back something from their trip to Catalonia, crowned by a 1-0 defeat. In the Barcelona ranks, Landry Dimata was absent from the scoresheet due to an injury.

In the standings, with this defeat, Januzaj and his family remain stuck in second place with 29 units, one length behind Real Madrid who have two games less. For its part, Espanyol climbed to 9th place, with 20 points.

ITALY: Second defeat in a row for Alexis Saelemaekers and AC Milan, victory for Théate

Alexis Saelemaekers, holder, and AC Milan suffered a second consecutive defeat on Sunday afternoon for Matchday 14 of Serie A. The Milanese lost 1-3 at home to Sassuolo as they led in the score .

The former Anderlecht man remained on the pitch for 80 minutes and was replaced when the score was already acquired for the visitors. However, it all started well for the Rossoneri who opened the scoring through Alessio Romagnoli in the 21st minute of play (1-0). Sassuolo was not going to doubt for a long time, as the Greens and Blacks returned to the score 3 minutes later thanks to Gianluca Scamacca (24th, 1-1).

They ended up taking the advantage on a self-goal from Simon Kjaer shortly after half an hour of play (33rd, 1-2), before scoring the goal of the break through Domenico Berardi (66th, 1- 3), which confirmed the Milanese ‘second straight defeat.

For its part, Bologna, with Arthur Théate throughout the meeting, won 0-1 on the lawn of La Spezia.

With this new defeat, Milan remain stuck at 32 units, tied with Napoli who still have to play. Bologna climbs to 9th place with 21 units, like Juventus.

Udinese and Genoa, where Zinho Vanheusden remained on the bench all game, shared the stake 0-0.

Iyenoma Udogie thought to give the advantage and the victory to his colors, but the goal of the Udinese player in stoppage time of the meeting was canceled for offside.

With this sharing, Udinese climbs to 14th place in the standings with 15 points. For its part, the Genoa remains in the red zone of and stagnates at the 18th position with 10 units.

NETHERLANDS: Vertessen steps up to the game

At the same time, PSV went to share 1-1 on Heerenveen’s pitch on Matchday 14 of Eredivisie. On the bench at kickoff, Yorbe Vertessen came into play for PSV in the 68th, while the score was 0-1 for his people thanks to Carlos Vinicius (13th). Rami Al Hajj brought the two teams back to equality shortly before the last quarter of an hour (74th, 1-1).

In the standings, because of this sharing, with 31 points, PSV is now two units behind Ajax Amsterdam, leader.

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Vitesse Arnhem, with Lois Openda holder, and AZ Alkmaar left 0-0 on Sunday night for the close of the 14th day of Eredivisie.

Still without spectators because of the measures against the covid-19, the meeting did not allow Lois Openda to continue the momentum of her goal in the Conference League Thursday against Rennes (3-3). Present on the pitch for 84 minutes, the former Club Brugge had to settle for a point. In the standings, Vitesse is in 6th place with 23 units.

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ENGLAND: Chelsea split against Manchester United, Lukaku makes comeback

No winner between Chelsea and Manchester United who parted 1-1 on Sunday on Matchday 13 of the Premier League. The meeting was marked by the return of Romelu Lukaku and the first league game for Michaël Carrick as interim coach of the Red Devils since the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Absent for several weeks due to injury, Romelu Lukaku was present on the Chelsea bench at kick-off and saw his family respond to the opening scoring of Jadon Sancho (50th, 0-1) through Jorginho on penalty (67th, 1-1). The Italian European champion converted a penalty kick following a fault by Wan Bissaka on Thiago Silva.

Thomas Tuchel could count on Lukaku again and decided to bring him into the game in the 82nd minute. It was the first minutes of the game for the former Anderlecht since his ankle injury suffered last October 20 against Malmö in the Champions League.

In the other camp, Michaël Carrick officiated for the first time in the league as head coach of the Mancuniens since the thanks of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He began his interim with a 0-2 victory on the lawn of Villarreal on Tuesday in the Champions League.

With this result, the Blues, 30 points, are back one step ahead of Manchester City at the top of the standings. For their part, the Red Devils occupy 8th place with 18 units.

Without Youri Tielemans injured, but with Timothy Castagne the whole game, Leicester won 4-2 at home on Sunday against Watford in Matchday 13 of the Premier League.

The Foxes were able to count on the efficiency of their scorer Jamie Vardy author of two achievements, each time on an assist from James Maddison (34th and 42nd). A Maddison who had paved the way for his family in the 16th minute by scoring the first goal of the meeting, Ademola Lookman sealing the score in the 68th minute of play (4-2). Holder, Timothy Castagne has not left the lawn.

On the Watford side, defender Christian Kabasele remained on the bench throughout the game, from where he was able to attend the second goal of his own signed by former Bruges resident Emmanuel Denis (61st, 3-2).

At the same time, Manchester City, still without Kévin De Bruyne won 2-1 on their lawn against West Ham.

FRANCE: a goal for Doku, back in the eleven for Denayer

First goal of the season for Jérémy Doku during Rennes’ victory at Lorient

Jérémy Doku found the net with Rennes during the 15th day of Ligue 1 this Sunday against Lorient. Having entered the game in the 69th minute, the Red Devils winger scored his team’s second goal less than ten minutes later.

Back last week on the Bretons bench, the former Anderlechtois also started this Sunday on the bench for the trip of his family to Lorient. Got into play in the 69th minute while the score was still 0-0, the 19-year-old will-wisp doubled the score for Rennes just two minutes after Gaëtan Laborde’s opening scoring (76th, 0-1 ).

At the same time, Matz Sels and Strasbourg went to seek a point on the ground of AS Monaco (1-1) where Eliot Matazo played the last 20 minutes.

For its part, Reims, with Wout Faes holder and Thomas Foket mounted at half-time, got the better of Clermont by winning 1-0 at home.

In the standings, Rennes takes second place with 28 points. Strasbourg is 7th with 19 points and is one point ahead of Monaco. Reims ranks 14th with 16 units.

Lyon and Jason Denayer brought back the three points of their trip to Montpellier by winning 0-1 thanks to a goal from Lucas Paqueta shortly after the quarter of an hour of play in their meeting counting for the 15th day of Ligue 1 on Sunday. A success that allows the Gones to return to 7th place in the standings with 22 points.

On the bench during the meeting against Marseille last week, Jason Denayer made his return to the Lyon base. The number 5 of Gones played the entire meeting which saw his team take all three points thanks to the 6th goal in the league from the Brazilian Lucas Paqueta (17th, 0-1).

SPAIN: Adnan Januzaj and Real Sociedad lose against Barcelona’s Espanyol

Adnan Januzaj, present throughout the meeting, and Real Sociedad lost 1-0 on Sunday on the lawn of Barcelona Espanyol for the account of the 15th day of La Liga.

Holder for the 7th time in a row in all competitions, Adnan Januzaj remained on an assist during the 2-1 defeat of the Basques in the Europa League on the ground of Monaco. He could not repeat such a performance on Sunday and allow his team to bring back something from their trip to Catalonia, crowned by a 1-0 defeat. In the Barcelona ranks, Landry Dimata was absent from the scoresheet due to an injury.

In the standings, with this defeat, Januzaj and his family remain stuck in second place with 29 units, one length behind Real Madrid who have two games less. For its part, Espanyol climbed to 9th place, with 20 points.

ITALY: Second defeat in a row for Alexis Saelemaekers and AC Milan, victory for Théate

Alexis Saelemaekers, holder, and AC Milan suffered a second consecutive defeat on Sunday afternoon for Matchday 14 of Serie A. The Milanese lost 1-3 at home to Sassuolo as they led in the score .

The former Anderlecht man remained on the pitch for 80 minutes and was replaced when the score was already acquired for the visitors. However, it all started well for the Rossoneri who opened the scoring through Alessio Romagnoli in the 21st minute of play (1-0). Sassuolo was not going to doubt for a long time, as the Greens and Blacks returned to the score 3 minutes later thanks to Gianluca Scamacca (24th, 1-1).

They ended up taking the advantage on a self-goal from Simon Kjaer shortly after half an hour of play (33rd, 1-2), before scoring the goal of the break through Domenico Berardi (66th, 1- 3), which confirmed the Milanese ‘second straight defeat.

For its part, Bologna, with Arthur Théate throughout the meeting, won 0-1 on the lawn of La Spezia.

With this new defeat, Milan remain stuck at 32 units, tied with Napoli who still have to play. Bologna climbs to 9th place with 21 units, like Juventus.

Udinese and Genoa, where Zinho Vanheusden remained on the bench all game, shared the stake 0-0.

Iyenoma Udogie thought to give the advantage and the victory to his colors, but the goal of the Udinese player in stoppage time of the meeting was canceled for offside.

With this sharing, Udinese climbs to 14th place in the standings with 15 points. For its part, the Genoa remains in the red zone of and stagnates at the 18th position with 10 units.

NETHERLANDS: Vertessen steps up to the game

At the same time, PSV went to share 1-1 on Heerenveen’s pitch on Matchday 14 of Eredivisie. On the bench at kickoff, Yorbe Vertessen came into play for PSV in the 68th, while the score was 0-1 for his people thanks to Carlos Vinicius (13th). Rami Al Hajj brought the two teams back to equality shortly before the last quarter of an hour (74th, 1-1).

In the standings, because of this sharing, with 31 points, PSV is now two units behind Ajax Amsterdam, leader.

Openda shares

Vitesse Arnhem, with Lois Openda holder, and AZ Alkmaar left 0-0 on Sunday night for the close of the 14th day of Eredivisie.

Still without spectators because of the measures against the covid-19, the meeting did not allow Lois Openda to continue the momentum of her goal in the Conference League Thursday against Rennes (3-3). Present on the pitch for 84 minutes, the former Club Brugge had to settle for a point. In the standings, Vitesse is in 6th place with 23 units.

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) [8] => Array ( [title] => Luka Elsner takes responsibility: “We weren’t up to it” [link] => https://bofads.com/sport/luka-elsner-takes-responsibility-we-werent-up-to-it/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 20:57:28 +0000 [category] => SportElsnerLukaresponsibilitytakes [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6553 [description] => In the Ghent camp, we savored that Luka Elsner took responsibility for the defeat. Here are the reactions of the players and coaches after the meeting. Siquet: “In the first half, it was not too bad, especially considering the circumstances. We had chances, we did not know how to materialize them. In the second, we ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In the Ghent camp, we savored that Luka Elsner took responsibility for the defeat.

Here are the reactions of the players and coaches after the meeting.

Siquet: “In the first half, it was not too bad, especially considering the circumstances. We had chances, we did not know how to materialize them. In the second, we were not in it. Ghent was playing in a good way. very physical, us less, it was a real fault today. We weren’t together enough, the gap between attack and defense was too big. We also lacked precision. And when we do too much imprecision, at this level, it pays cash. On the goal, I do not think that I can do much. We lack luck sometimes, but it is up to us to play better. same match as in Bruges every week. “

Henkinet: “We worked well during the week, we knew their strengths and weaknesses. But it was not enough, we did not have a good match. We must not stay on that, we have a We have first the Belgian Cup match and then the match against Charleroi. On the first goal, I have to box it better, put it further. It’s always annoying to take on a stopped phase. “

Elsner: “It wasn’t the right change at half-time, I take responsibility for it. The idea was to put some weight in front and get the balls higher, it didn’t go as planned “We weren’t up to the task in the second half. We lacked intensity and lost too many duels, it was important in this field. It’s hard to fault the envy of the players. “On goal, we had a similar action in the first half with Muleka. To beat such a good defense, you have to go through the depth. That was the idea. You have to keep a constant defensive cohesion during the next few weeks. The rest will come. “

Owusu: “This victory feels good, we wanted to follow it up with a victory. We showed good things, a good mentality. The ground was difficult, but we still managed to play well. We work hard during the week, that is. It was therefore easy to join the team after a few weeks of absence. It is also easier when the team is doing well. Tissoudali is a real plus for the team. We did not have a this quality is a phenomenon. “

Depoitre: “We had a lot of chances, we could have put 6 or 7. It’s a deserved victory, we controlled the match from start to finish. We are going up the rankings, we deserve to be higher than where we were. We are gradually going back up. We score more goals against big teams. When we play against teams that want to play, where it’s more open, it’s easier for us. harder against teams that come in for a draw, there is less space. “

Vanhaezebrouck: “We can only be proud. When we see the field, I can only say congratulations to my players for the proposed game. On a field like that, it is easier for players like Tissoudali rather than for defenders, who are taller. We had to make a level playing field in terms of mentality with Standard because we know they have an incredible mentality. From the first second of the match, we showed that we wanted to push, we wanted to show that we were playing at home. There wasn’t much that was wrong. It’s just a shame that we conceded that goal. We got a warning in the first half. time. It’s a lack of focus, but we’re not going to complain. “

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) [summary] => In the Ghent camp, we savored that Luka Elsner took responsibility for the defeat. Here are the reactions of the players and coaches after the meeting. Siquet: “In the first half, it was not too bad, especially considering the circumstances. We had chances, we did not know how to materialize them. In the second, we ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In the Ghent camp, we savored that Luka Elsner took responsibility for the defeat.

Here are the reactions of the players and coaches after the meeting.

Siquet: “In the first half, it was not too bad, especially considering the circumstances. We had chances, we did not know how to materialize them. In the second, we were not in it. Ghent was playing in a good way. very physical, us less, it was a real fault today. We weren’t together enough, the gap between attack and defense was too big. We also lacked precision. And when we do too much imprecision, at this level, it pays cash. On the goal, I do not think that I can do much. We lack luck sometimes, but it is up to us to play better. same match as in Bruges every week. “

Henkinet: “We worked well during the week, we knew their strengths and weaknesses. But it was not enough, we did not have a good match. We must not stay on that, we have a We have first the Belgian Cup match and then the match against Charleroi. On the first goal, I have to box it better, put it further. It’s always annoying to take on a stopped phase. “

Elsner: “It wasn’t the right change at half-time, I take responsibility for it. The idea was to put some weight in front and get the balls higher, it didn’t go as planned “We weren’t up to the task in the second half. We lacked intensity and lost too many duels, it was important in this field. It’s hard to fault the envy of the players. “On goal, we had a similar action in the first half with Muleka. To beat such a good defense, you have to go through the depth. That was the idea. You have to keep a constant defensive cohesion during the next few weeks. The rest will come. “

Owusu: “This victory feels good, we wanted to follow it up with a victory. We showed good things, a good mentality. The ground was difficult, but we still managed to play well. We work hard during the week, that is. It was therefore easy to join the team after a few weeks of absence. It is also easier when the team is doing well. Tissoudali is a real plus for the team. We did not have a this quality is a phenomenon. “

Depoitre: “We had a lot of chances, we could have put 6 or 7. It’s a deserved victory, we controlled the match from start to finish. We are going up the rankings, we deserve to be higher than where we were. We are gradually going back up. We score more goals against big teams. When we play against teams that want to play, where it’s more open, it’s easier for us. harder against teams that come in for a draw, there is less space. “

Vanhaezebrouck: “We can only be proud. When we see the field, I can only say congratulations to my players for the proposed game. On a field like that, it is easier for players like Tissoudali rather than for defenders, who are taller. We had to make a level playing field in terms of mentality with Standard because we know they have an incredible mentality. From the first second of the match, we showed that we wanted to push, we wanted to show that we were playing at home. There wasn’t much that was wrong. It’s just a shame that we conceded that goal. We got a warning in the first half. time. It’s a lack of focus, but we’re not going to complain. “

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Luka Elsner takes responsibility: “We weren’t up to it”

) [9] => Array ( [title] => Covid today Italy, 12,932 infections and 47 deaths: November 28 bulletin [link] => https://bofads.com/sport/covid-today-italy-12932-infections-and-47-deaths-november-28-bulletin/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Sun, 28 Nov 2021 19:27:20 +0000 [category] => SportbulletinCoviddeathsinfectionsItalyNovember [guid] => https://bofads.com/?p=6550 [description] => There are 12,932 coronavirus infections in Italy today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data – region by region – in the Civil Protection and Ministry of Health bulletin. Another 47 dead were recorded. The new cases, while Italy also records the first Omicron variant infection, were identified on 512,592 swabs. The positivity ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There are 12,932 coronavirus infections in Italy today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data – region by region – in the Civil Protection and Ministry of Health bulletin. Another 47 dead were recorded. The new cases, while Italy also records the first Omicron variant infection, were identified on 512,592 swabs. The positivity rate is 2.5%. There are 638 patients in intensive care in Italy, 14 more than yesterday in the balance between income and expenses. Daily admissions are 39.

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LAZIO – “Today in Lazio out of 14,883 molecular swabs and 26,620 antigenic swabs for a total of 41,503 swabs, 1,255 new positive cases are recorded (+51), 4 deaths (-2), 716 hospitalized (+1), 94 intensive care (+5) and +664 the recovered. the ratio of positives to swabs is 3%. cases in Rome city are at 572 ”. This was announced in a note by the Councilor for Health of the Lazio Region, Alessio D’Amato.

In the ASL Roma 1: there are 226 new cases and 3 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 2: 319 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 3: there are 27 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 4: there are 50 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 5: there are 150 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 6: there are 120 new cases and 1 death in the last 24 hours.

In the provinces there are 363 new cases: Asl di Frosinone: 103 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. ASL of Latina: 156 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl di Rieti: there are 28 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl di Viterbo: there are 76 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours.

CALABRIA – There are 236 new coronavirus infections today 28 November 2021 in Calabria, according to data and numbers from the latest Covid-19 bulletin of the Region. There are three other deaths.

New positive cases were detected on 5,161 swabs carried out. The healed are +131. Since the beginning of the emergency 1,495 deaths. The bulletin also records +102 currently positive, +100 in isolation, +2 hospitalized and, finally, stable intensive care (for a total of 16).

FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA – There are 534 coronavirus infections in Friuli Venezia Giulia today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There are 7 deaths. In detail, 478 new infections were detected out of 5,025 molecular swabs with a positive percentage of 9.51%. There are also 14,214 rapid antigenic tests carried out, from which 56 cases (0.39%) were detected.

Today there are 7 deaths: four women from Trieste, respectively 98 years old (died at the Trieste hospital), 87 years old (died in a protected residence for the elderly), 87 years old (died at the Gorizia hospital) and 76 years (died in Trieste hospital); an 82-year-old man from Trieste who died in the Trieste hospital; a 79-year-old man from Gemona who died at the Palmanova hospital and an 86-year-old woman from Brugnera who died at the Pordenone hospital. There are 27 people hospitalized in intensive care, while patients in other departments are 276, as communicated by the deputy governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia with responsibility for Health, Riccardo Riccardi.

PIEDMONT – There are 566 coronavirus infections in Piedmont today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There is one death.

The new cases (of which 261 after antigenic tests) are equal to 1.4% of 40,118 swabs performed, of which 34,718 antigenic. Of the 566 new cases, 367 were asymptomatic (64.8%). There are 33 hospitalized in intensive care (unchanged compared to yesterday). There are 357 hospitalized patients not in intensive care (+22 compared to yesterday). There are 9,423 people in home isolation

The diagnostic swabs processed so far are 9,770,523 (+ 40,118 compared to yesterday), of which 2,495,931 were negative. A total of 380,193 patients recovered (+283 compared to yesterday).

EMILIA ROMAGNA – Coronavirus infections in Emilia Romagna are 1,344 today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. Recorded 7 more deaths. In detail, the new cases were identified out of a total of 28,277 swabs performed in the last 24 hours. The percentage of new positives on the number of swabs made since yesterday is 4.7%.

The median age of new positives today is 41.1 years. ” In the last 24 hours, 16,857 molecular swabs were performed. In addition, there are also 11,370 rapid buffers. As for the total number of people healed, they are 357 more than yesterday and reach 420,386. The active cases, that is the actual patients, today are 19,470 (+980). Of these, people in isolation at home, or those with mild symptoms that do not require hospital treatment or are symptom-free, are a total of 18,776 (+937), 95.6% of the total number of active cases.

There are seven deaths: two in the province of Bologna (two men aged 76 and 78 respectively), two in the province of Reggio Emilia (two men aged 55 and 60), one in the province of Piacenza (a woman aged 93), one death in the province of Parma (an 85-year-old man), one in the province of Rimini (an 89-year-old man). In total, there have been 13,774 deaths in the region since the beginning of the epidemic.

There are 62 patients admitted to intensive care (+4 compared to yesterday), 632 those in the other Covid departments (+39).

CAMPANIA – There are 1,147 coronavirus infections in Campania today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the regional bulletin. Recorded 2 more deaths. New cases were detected on 29,578 swabs. There are 300 covid patients hospitalized in a non-critical area. In intensive care, on the other hand, 25 people.

APULIA – There are 129 coronavirus infections in Puglia today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There are no deaths. New cases were identified on 19,468 swabs. The 45 infections in the province of Bari and the 28 in the province of Foggia stand out. Currently positive people are 4,023. There are 137 covid patients hospitalized in a non-critical area. In therapy, however, 22 patients.

ABRUZZO – There are 138 infections (aged between 2 and 82 years) registered in Abruzzo today, November 28, 2021, according to the numbers of the bulletin.

3140 molecular swabs and 11409 antigen tests performed, no deaths, 80566 cured (+1), 4311 currently positive (+137), 106 hospitalized in the medical area (+8), 9 in intensive care (unchanged), 4196 in home isolation ( +129). The new positives are resident in the province of L’Aquila (11), Chieti (57), Pescara (39), Teramo (26), under investigation (5).

TUSCANY – In Tuscany there are 595 new coronavirus infections according to today’s bulletin, November 28th. There is also another death. 561 cases confirmed with molecular swab and 34 by rapid antigen test, which bring the total to 300,647 from the beginning of the Coronavirus health emergency. New cases are 0.2% more than the previous day’s total. The healed grew by 0.1% and reached 284,145 (94.5% of total cases). ù

Today, 9,050 molecular swabs and 21,034 rapid antigenic swabs were performed, of which 2% were positive. On the other hand, 8,343 subjects tested today (with antigenic and / or molecular swab, excluding control swabs), of which 7.1% were positive. The currently positive are today 9,103, + 4.8% compared to yesterday. There are 295 hospitalized (1 more than yesterday), of which 46 in intensive care (2 less). There is 1 new death: a 78-year-old woman from Siena.

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) [summary] => There are 12,932 coronavirus infections in Italy today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data – region by region – in the Civil Protection and Ministry of Health bulletin. Another 47 dead were recorded. The new cases, while Italy also records the first Omicron variant infection, were identified on 512,592 swabs. The positivity ... Read more [atom_content] =>

There are 12,932 coronavirus infections in Italy today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data – region by region – in the Civil Protection and Ministry of Health bulletin. Another 47 dead were recorded. The new cases, while Italy also records the first Omicron variant infection, were identified on 512,592 swabs. The positivity rate is 2.5%. There are 638 patients in intensive care in Italy, 14 more than yesterday in the balance between income and expenses. Daily admissions are 39.

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REGION BY REGION BULLETIN, COVID NUMBERS

LAZIO – “Today in Lazio out of 14,883 molecular swabs and 26,620 antigenic swabs for a total of 41,503 swabs, 1,255 new positive cases are recorded (+51), 4 deaths (-2), 716 hospitalized (+1), 94 intensive care (+5) and +664 the recovered. the ratio of positives to swabs is 3%. cases in Rome city are at 572 ”. This was announced in a note by the Councilor for Health of the Lazio Region, Alessio D’Amato.

In the ASL Roma 1: there are 226 new cases and 3 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 2: 319 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 3: there are 27 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 4: there are 50 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 5: there are 150 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl Roma 6: there are 120 new cases and 1 death in the last 24 hours.

In the provinces there are 363 new cases: Asl di Frosinone: 103 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. ASL of Latina: 156 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl di Rieti: there are 28 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours. Asl di Viterbo: there are 76 new cases and 0 deaths in the last 24 hours.

CALABRIA – There are 236 new coronavirus infections today 28 November 2021 in Calabria, according to data and numbers from the latest Covid-19 bulletin of the Region. There are three other deaths.

New positive cases were detected on 5,161 swabs carried out. The healed are +131. Since the beginning of the emergency 1,495 deaths. The bulletin also records +102 currently positive, +100 in isolation, +2 hospitalized and, finally, stable intensive care (for a total of 16).

FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA – There are 534 coronavirus infections in Friuli Venezia Giulia today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There are 7 deaths. In detail, 478 new infections were detected out of 5,025 molecular swabs with a positive percentage of 9.51%. There are also 14,214 rapid antigenic tests carried out, from which 56 cases (0.39%) were detected.

Today there are 7 deaths: four women from Trieste, respectively 98 years old (died at the Trieste hospital), 87 years old (died in a protected residence for the elderly), 87 years old (died at the Gorizia hospital) and 76 years (died in Trieste hospital); an 82-year-old man from Trieste who died in the Trieste hospital; a 79-year-old man from Gemona who died at the Palmanova hospital and an 86-year-old woman from Brugnera who died at the Pordenone hospital. There are 27 people hospitalized in intensive care, while patients in other departments are 276, as communicated by the deputy governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia with responsibility for Health, Riccardo Riccardi.

PIEDMONT – There are 566 coronavirus infections in Piedmont today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There is one death.

The new cases (of which 261 after antigenic tests) are equal to 1.4% of 40,118 swabs performed, of which 34,718 antigenic. Of the 566 new cases, 367 were asymptomatic (64.8%). There are 33 hospitalized in intensive care (unchanged compared to yesterday). There are 357 hospitalized patients not in intensive care (+22 compared to yesterday). There are 9,423 people in home isolation

The diagnostic swabs processed so far are 9,770,523 (+ 40,118 compared to yesterday), of which 2,495,931 were negative. A total of 380,193 patients recovered (+283 compared to yesterday).

EMILIA ROMAGNA – Coronavirus infections in Emilia Romagna are 1,344 today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. Recorded 7 more deaths. In detail, the new cases were identified out of a total of 28,277 swabs performed in the last 24 hours. The percentage of new positives on the number of swabs made since yesterday is 4.7%.

The median age of new positives today is 41.1 years. ” In the last 24 hours, 16,857 molecular swabs were performed. In addition, there are also 11,370 rapid buffers. As for the total number of people healed, they are 357 more than yesterday and reach 420,386. The active cases, that is the actual patients, today are 19,470 (+980). Of these, people in isolation at home, or those with mild symptoms that do not require hospital treatment or are symptom-free, are a total of 18,776 (+937), 95.6% of the total number of active cases.

There are seven deaths: two in the province of Bologna (two men aged 76 and 78 respectively), two in the province of Reggio Emilia (two men aged 55 and 60), one in the province of Piacenza (a woman aged 93), one death in the province of Parma (an 85-year-old man), one in the province of Rimini (an 89-year-old man). In total, there have been 13,774 deaths in the region since the beginning of the epidemic.

There are 62 patients admitted to intensive care (+4 compared to yesterday), 632 those in the other Covid departments (+39).

CAMPANIA – There are 1,147 coronavirus infections in Campania today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the regional bulletin. Recorded 2 more deaths. New cases were detected on 29,578 swabs. There are 300 covid patients hospitalized in a non-critical area. In intensive care, on the other hand, 25 people.

APULIA – There are 129 coronavirus infections in Puglia today, November 28, 2021, according to numbers and covid data from the region’s bulletin. There are no deaths. New cases were identified on 19,468 swabs. The 45 infections in the province of Bari and the 28 in the province of Foggia stand out. Currently positive people are 4,023. There are 137 covid patients hospitalized in a non-critical area. In therapy, however, 22 patients.

ABRUZZO – There are 138 infections (aged between 2 and 82 years) registered in Abruzzo today, November 28, 2021, according to the numbers of the bulletin.

3140 molecular swabs and 11409 antigen tests performed, no deaths, 80566 cured (+1), 4311 currently positive (+137), 106 hospitalized in the medical area (+8), 9 in intensive care (unchanged), 4196 in home isolation ( +129). The new positives are resident in the province of L’Aquila (11), Chieti (57), Pescara (39), Teramo (26), under investigation (5).

TUSCANY – In Tuscany there are 595 new coronavirus infections according to today’s bulletin, November 28th. There is also another death. 561 cases confirmed with molecular swab and 34 by rapid antigen test, which bring the total to 300,647 from the beginning of the Coronavirus health emergency. New cases are 0.2% more than the previous day’s total. The healed grew by 0.1% and reached 284,145 (94.5% of total cases). ù

Today, 9,050 molecular swabs and 21,034 rapid antigenic swabs were performed, of which 2% were positive. On the other hand, 8,343 subjects tested today (with antigenic and / or molecular swab, excluding control swabs), of which 7.1% were positive. The currently positive are today 9,103, + 4.8% compared to yesterday. There are 295 hospitalized (1 more than yesterday), of which 46 in intensive care (2 less). There is 1 new death: a 78-year-old woman from Siena.

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