Recycling and the new European standards for a more circular economy

EFE Agency

2020 closes with 70,703 more deaths than expected

Madrid, Jan 12 (EFE) .- The Daily Mortality Monitoring System (MoMo) of the Carlos III Health Institute has estimated excess mortality in Spain throughout 2020 at 70,703 more deaths than expected, 63 percent of them occurred between March and May, coinciding with the first wave of the pandemic, and the rest between July and December.

Requests for unemployment aid in the US reach 965,000, above forecast

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