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14:39

Opinion

The devastating effects of a Costa with no tourists

Pilar Martínez

When a hotel opens, the area around it is almost spontaneously revitalised. Likewise, when one closes, even for a few months, it has a devastating effect on local shops, bars and restaurants. That's why the spine-chilling forecast that 80 per cent of

18:16

Local

The fight against Covid has its roots in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...have never known before." With regard to possible side effects, she says that "studies in phases one and two have not shown toxicity. In the long term we will have to see, but in the short term we are not seeing much toxicity or many side effects

16:36

Sport

Football Impact, feeling the effects of the crisis

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The coronavirus isn't only attacking the weak. Booming businesses are suffering the effects too. This is the case with the fast-expanding Football Impact which in March had to file an ERTE temporary stoppage and lay-off of staff after practically

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...displaying signs of anxiety and in another survey of 14,000 people, 16.3 per cent presented symptoms of depression," warns psychologist Álvaro Bilbao. He has some useful advice on identifying psychological effects of the quarantine and how to overcome ... direction," he says. The reasons In Álvaro Bilbao's opinion, three factors lie behind the possible psychological effects of isolation: firstly, the uncertainty created by an unprecedented experience, about what will happen with the virus situation in an

19:14

LifeStyle

Feeling desperate for a hug? Science can explain why

ROCÍO MENDOZA

You don't know how lucky you are to live through this nightmare alongside somebody else, despite the disputes that I imagine can occur. Right now, I would give anybody a hug". When she wrote that, writer Elsa Veiga had been on her own at home for n

13:25

Local

British residents in Spain called on to take part in university survey

SUR IN ENGLISH

Academics behind a new research project are appealing to British residents in Spain to take part in their investigation. Their aim is to understand if British people are thinking of returning to the UK in the current climate. The study is led by t

12:51

LifeStyle

'I volunteered for the Covid vaccine because I want all this to be over as soon as possible'

Ángel Escalera

...they were going to do testing in London I decided to do my bit and volunteer," he says. When he made that decision, Ezequiel Martín firmly believed that the benefit of the vaccine must be far greater than any possible side effects. "As I see it, ... is aware that any vaccine can have adverse side effects, in the current circumstances he says the risk seems worth it. "The possible benefits outweigh the risks involved in taking part in the Oxford clinical test as a volunteer," he insists. He was ... injected with the first dose of the vaccine in his shoulder in June and had no side effects: no fever or pain. Last Monday he was supposed to have had the second dose, but was told that the appointment was being cancelled and the testing stopped for a few

13:28

Local

The Costa del Sol sets to work on minimising the effects of Brexit

MATÍAS STUBER

...to send out a message of reassurance last Friday that the area was working hard to minimise the effects of Brexit. Alongside the director of Turismo Costa del Sol, Margarita del Cid, Salado explained that the referendum had had a "negative effect" but