Al Horford after Celtics loss: “Our backs are against the wall”

The Dominican Al Horford assumed that the Boston Celtics no longer have a margin of error in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors and urged his team to face this challenge with courage and attitude and without a safety net. “Our backs are against the wall and we will have to see what … Read more

Inflation hits the family food basket in the US

Santo Domingo, DR. High food prices impact the pockets of Americans, a behavior that, according to a list of supermarkets cut in June 2022, is reflected in practically all the goods in the basket of food products of agriculture and agribusiness. How much does a basic food basket cost in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, … Read more

Boston walks at a giant step

Stephen Curry tried one of his patented floats from the left side of the rim. Klay Thompson attempted a layup from almost the same spot a few minutes later. Slightly different shots by the Golden State Warriors in the fourth quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, with exactly the same result: the Boston … Read more

The country would lose RD$2.2 billion due to expired vaccines

The announcement that nearly three million anticovid vaccines, manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, will expire at the end of next month, marked the third time that this has happened, although never with such a large batch. For this reason, the Ministry of Public Health has called on the population to complete the four-dose immunization … Read more

Biden tries summit America does not fail

When the continent’s leaders meet this week in Los Angeles for the Summit of the Americas, the focus is likely to shift from implementing policy changes on common issues — migration, climate change and inflation. runaway—and move on to something hot for Hollywood: red-carpet drama. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador heads a list of … Read more

UNEV celebrates choral music program on its 36th anniversary

The event had the participation of the National Dominican Children’s Choir and the Dominican Schola Cantorum directed by maestro Ángel Herdz and was held in the Auditorium of the El Calvario Temple in the National District. The National Evangelical University (UNEV) through its Deanship of Extension and Research Department, organized the first Music-choral Program, a … Read more

Mexican state of Baja California Sur decriminalizes abortion up to 12 weeks

The Congress of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur (northwest) approved this Thursday the decriminalization of abortion up to 12 weeks of gestation, which adds up to nine Mexican districts with similar legislation. The reform to the State Criminal Code to allowgo the free interruption of pregnancy was approved with 16 votes in favor … Read more

Vaccine schedule with three doses made official

Yesterday, the Ministry of Public Health established by resolution the third dose as a complete vaccination scheme against Covid-19 in the entire population from 12 years of age and created the Administrative Technical Committee of the Directorate of Access to High-Cost Medicines. The provision also enables the fourth dose or booster dose to all those … Read more

Vice President recommends applying a fourth dose of the covid-19 vaccine to counteract the increase in infections

The Vice President of the Republic, Raquel Peña, yesterday urged the population to apply a fourth dose of the coronavirus vaccine as a reinforcement to cope with the increase in the spread of the disease. This was announced by the deputy president during a tour of the facilities of the seventh “Health Route” organized by … Read more

BASEBALL – Luis Castillo records his first win of the season for Cincinnati Reds

Joey Votto homered and tripled before yelling at Cubs reliever Rowan Wick during a tense ending to Wednesday’s game, a Cincinnati Reds 4-3 win over Chicago. Votto hit a solo homer in the second off Kyle Hendricks (2-5) and a two-run triple in the third as Cincinnati snapped a two-game losing streak. Wick brushed a … Read more