After a weekend of holiday celebrations, many are in search of COVID testing with some showing symptoms of infection.
The celebrations of 2020 have been affected by the pandemic, but this does not prevent us from enjoying the best concerts and welcome 2021 dancing.
When the flights were canceled because of the pandemic, an Argentinean man had the craziest idea of all: to cross the Atlantic to reunite with his family.
Why do so many people believe their cats are haunted or report hearing strange noises inside their homes during confinement?
"If we don't win the battle of Santiago we may lose the war against the coronavirus," warned Health Minister Jaime Mañalich.
Spain has begun Phase 0 of the de-escalation of the COVID-19 quarantine this week and already announced that there will be outbreaks. Why? The problem, they say, is the people.
LALIFF 2020 will start on May 5th with film premieres, short films, live music and courses all free of charge, so make a note of it in your agenda!
Cómo una fiesta de cumpleaños se convirtió en 30 días de cuarentena en San Salvador.
How a birthday party turned into 30 days of quarantine in San Salvador.
While we are sheltered at home, the spirit needs to be nourished. That's why the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra created the Music Lab, so that the music doesn't stop, with or without COVID.
In the midst of the pandemic, cinemas are looking for ways to reach their audiences. The distributor of Bacurau, a mix of western and rural science fiction, has succeeded.
He's been called "the zen master of reggaeton" and the nickname comes like a diamond ring on his finger.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, imposed a total quarantine for 21 days, the largest quarantine ever made.
"I must give a very simple instruction to the British people: you must stay at home," Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
In an effort to curb the growth of the 19-COVID epidemic, Venezuela, Peru, Argentina, Colombia and Bolivia are entering into quarantine.
Faced with the accelerated growth of COVID-19 in Colombia, the mayor of Bogotá and several governors made a progressive decision: a quarantine drill.