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16:48

Local

Going round in circles to get a PCR test

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...taken on more tracers," claims one doctor asked by SUR. The most immediate worry is the likely effects of any wave of normal winter flu, on top of the Covid-19 patients and despite masks helping stop the spread of any virus in general. Concern over ... asymptomatics One Intensive Care doctor said that the other worry is the inability to find asymptomatics. "Although they may wear a mask and respect social distancing, they do live with other people." The health authorities are therefore increasing their focus

16:01

Opinion

Dave culture

Peter Edgerton

...him. Or us. Not to worry, though, I have a solution. The dreary hipsters at TwitFace headquarters need to introduce a 'rolling -on-the-floor-laughing-but-not-in-a-good-way' option and, crucially, it needs to be anonymous. This means that Dave's empty

16:11

LifeStyle

Keeping hypochondria at bay during a global pandemic

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

This is a bad time for hypochondriacs. The worry and excessive fear of getting a serious illness, or the conviction that you already have one, increase considerably when there is a pandemic, and now coronavirus is affecting the whole planet. You ... sense of unease affects not only them, but others around them as well," he says. The advice from psychologists in general is "you have to take care of your health, not worry about it", because there can be situations where physically healthy people ... worry so much about becoming ill that their mental health deteriorates. Dr Trujillano has some advice to overcome the fear: "I recommend accepting the situation for what it is, remember that it is only temporary, just take each day at a time and

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

The declining population of rural villages has long been a worry for Spain. One of the most striking images I encountered walking the Camino de Santiago a few years ago was the vast number of disused football pitches, characterised by waist-high ... Sadly, the only sporting activity to be seen these days, involves a few old blokes and a box of dominos. They sometimes draw a small crowd too. Not to worry though - there's hope on the horizon. Thirty-odd villages in Granada province have applied under

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

"Sorry, I don't know if it's got a camera and, even if it has, I don't know how to use it." I think she whispered something involving the words 'old' and 'codger' under her breath at this point but I may have been mistaken. "Don't worry," I said, "I

18:47

Sport

"There is no sign that the club is carrying out its viability plan"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...weeks ago. "This is a worry because time is passing by and we need solutions," he said. The club has until December to reduce staff numbers and wages, as well as to increase commercial revenue streams in order to avoid sanctions from La Liga. For

15:14

LifeStyle

What's that whistling noise I can hear?

ELENA MARTÍN

...on a plane (there was a change in pressure that caused a barotrauma). I looked on the internet to see what might be happening to me and what I read really worried me. That night I couldn’t sleep, but as I didn’t want to worry my family I didn’t say

15:29

Opinion

Hear my voice

Peter Edgerton

...white and how Gary's right about everything including reverb. Not to worry, you scroll past, leaving his mother and sister to click 'like' on his posts, no harm done. Except there is harm done because the next day, the same thing happens and then

17:58

Opinion

Hobbies and passed times

Peter Edgerton

Don't worry, I didn't dig out any Thompson Twins albums, principally because like any sane person, I've never owned any, but I did find myself looking up old addresses where I'd lived and thinking about family history and stuff like that. To put this