14 de agosto de 2022

Istanbul (Turkey), 07/12/2020.- A COVID-19 patient reacts during his treatment inside a sealed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) room at the Prof. Dr. Cemil Tascioglu City Hospital, in Istanbul, Turkey, 07 December 2020 (issued 09 December 2020). According to latest reports, Turkey recorded 33,198 new coronavirus infections on 08 December 2020, the highest daily number in Europe. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic more than 15,000 people have died in Turkey, including 211 health workers, who take care of coronavirus patients, according to Turkey Medical Association. Turkish government in November 2020 has signed a contract to buy 50 million doses of Chinese manufacturer Sinovac coronavirus vaccine 'ÄòCoronaVac'Äô, to be delivered in batches between December 2020 and February 2021. Turkey is also in talks to increase the amount of coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer and BioNTech companies, from initial one million doses. Healthcare workers, people aged 65 and above, disabled people, people who stay in shelters and those living in crowded places will be vaccinated in the first stage, Turkish Health Ministry said. (Turquía, Estanbul) EFE/EPA/SEDAT SUNA ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET

El cardenal Turkson hace un “llamamiento” a acabar con el “estigma” de las enfermedades mentales

Con motivo del Día Mundial de la Salud Mental, este 10 de octubre, el prefecto del Dicasterio para el Desarrollo Humano Integral, el cardenal Peter K.A.

Origen: El cardenal Turkson hace un “llamamiento” a acabar con el “estigma” de las enfermedades mentales