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14:21

Opinion

Better than last?

Rachel Haynes

The way practically all the health authorities have dealt with the task of administering the vaccines at first has certainly earned criticism and fuelled political slanging matches, but surely as the weeks pass, the pace will quicken and the

14:18

Opinion

Layers of the Covid cake

Mark Nayler

...could go on. The fact that a discussion about different approaches is possible shows that there are other ways in which Spain could have dealt with its Covid situation, especially as it has impacted upon the tourism and hospitality sectors. In other

09:57

Local

Costa del Sol mops up after storm Filomena dumps 200mm of rain

IGNACIO LILLO, ANDREA JIMÉNEZ, VANESSA MELGAR, JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...for storm Filomena after the Junta de Andalucía’s Malaga delegate, Patricia Navarro, activated the emergency risk of flooding plan at 11.46am. Snow Most of the incidents dealt with by the 112 emergecny services in the province were due to flooding

14:29

LifeStyle

Why are people afraid of the Covid vaccines?

ROCÍO MENDOZa

...they saw an increased risk of intestinal intussusception (when one part of the intestine slides into another) in a percentage of breast-feeding mothers; this could be fatal if not dealt with immediately. The vaccine was withdrawn and the later tests

14:59

LifeStyle

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

...the Pelayo Challenge was initially going to take place in Jordan, it is being held in Spain instead. Double blow Cancer dealt María Aldama a double blow. Just a day or so after she found out that she had the illness, her mother was diagnosed with

15:31

Local

The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

Malaga province, and 4,050 had been dealt with. Not even ten per cent. Also, nine out of ten of those applications had been turned down, so only 224 families in the province had been successful. CSIF says this fiasco is due to the lack of staff. The ... applications were processed robotically and we dealt with over 60,000 beneficiaries in three months," she said. "During the lockdown it was clear that nobody could do anything in person, so there was a backlog. The problem is that when the state of alarm was