DigameXtra No. 2109 Thursday, Nov. 11th, 2021

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Salobreña Dog Show: Sunday, November 14, the SOS Association of Salobreña Animals is organising a special event starting at 11am in Fountain Park in order to promote their activities in assisting abandoned dogs in the municipality. There will be canine contests and the chance to adopt a new pet. FB link 


The Return of Mario Ross: Friday 12th November from 8pm
I shall be performing my Timeless Classic hits from the 50s to the 90s show at the Asador Restaraunt in Alcaucin. Great restaurant great food so good to be back pop in for a meal or a drink hope to see you there. FB link 


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For Sale, 2 lots:
-Sliding doors – make: Armacor, Malaga. (doors have been dismantled)
5 x sliding doors with white top and bottom metal runners
Door dimensions H: 241cm by W: 68.5cm
2 x mirrors / 3 x white doors
50 euros for the set
-4 x sliding doors with silver colour metal top and bottom runners
Door dimensions H: 242cm by W: 81cm
Glass covered doors, one door has a small crack in it’s glass
40 euros for the set
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SOLDFor Sale: Scarves. I have 5 extra large bin liners full of new scarves and pashminas, all sizes and all colors. Brian, Puente Don Manuel


News & Articles

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Covid Spain- The incidence rate adds another four points and reaches 62.67 cases: The incidence in Spain shows a new rebound and this time stands at 62.67 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, four points more than on Monday. This is the seventh day of continuous rise in the curve, which after being stable for days, rose and passed the symbolic barrier of 50, which meant that the country again entered the medium contagion range of the coronavirus. Catalonia, with 1,395 infections; Madrid, with 790; and Comunitat Valenciana, which registers 699 are the communities that report the highest number of infections since Monday. Full article: https://spainsnews.com/the-incidence-rate-adds-another-four-points-and-reaches-62-67-cases/


Covid Andalucia- Andalucía records 395 new Covid-19 infections in the last 24 hours: The Andalusian region has this Wednesday, 10 November, registered a total of 395 new coronavirus infections in 24 hours, a figure significantly higher than the 289 on Tuesday and the 169 a week ago.
Five coronavirus deaths have also been reported by the Junta, four less than the nine deaths recorded the day before, which was the highest number since 15 October. Regarding the five deaths, one each is registered in Almeria, Cordoba, Huelva, Malaga and Seville provinces.
According to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), the 14-day cumulative incidence rate has risen 1.2 in 24 hours and the coronavirus is found in 38.4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, also higher than the 33 from last Wednesday.
Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/andalucia/andalucia-records-covid19-20211110125846-nt.html 


Covid UK- UK reports 214 further Covid-19 deaths and nearly 40,000 new confirmed cases: The UK has recorded almost 40,000 new cases of Covid-19 and 214 more deaths within 28 days of a positive test, the government said on Wednesday.
*England- 31,541 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in England on Wednesday, as well as 170 new deaths.
*Scotland- Scotland reported 3,852 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday and a further 19 deaths.
*Wales- Wales recorded 18 new deaths on Wednesday and another 2,171 new cases.
*Northern Ireland- Northern Ireland recorded 1,765 new cases on Wednesday and a further seven deaths. Full article: https://www.itv.com/news/2021-11-10/uk-reports-214-further-covid-19-deaths-and-nearly-40000-new-cases


Covid Germany- Germany reports daily high number of new coronavirus cases, blames the 33% of population still unvaccinated and growing numbers of “breakthrough”cases: Germany’s national disease control center reported a record-high number of new coronavirus cases Wednesday as one of the country’s top virologists warned that another lockdown would be needed if vaccinations do not quickly accelerate.
The 39,676 cases registered by the Robert Koch Institute surpassed the previous daily record of 37,120 new cases reported Friday. The institute said Germany’s infection rate rose to 232.1 new cases per 100,000 residents over the past seven days.
Several hospitals have said in recent days that they are again working at their limits and have ICUs so full of COVID-19 patients that they cannot admit new patients at the moment.
Berlin’s Charite said Tuesday it had to cancel planned surgery due to the number of staff members caring for people with COVID-19.
In some countries where many people have already been vaccinated against COVID-19, the number of breakthrough infections is also increasing — including in Germany. However, the RKI said this development was “to be expected, as more and more people are vaccinated and SARS-CoV-2 is currently spreading again. This increases the likelihood of a fully vaccinated person coming into contact with the virus.” According to the RKI (Robert Koch Institute), the week from October 4 to 10 saw an additional 12,520 breakthrough infections. In the previous week, there were 10,824.
Full articles: https://apnews.com/article/coronavirus-pandemic-science-europe-germany-berlin-2cf79b6c58cef88924ad269c707a6b19


New “Tax on the Increase in the Value of Urban Land”- A reform of the municipal capital gains tax- came into force yesterday: {Translation}: It sets out two options for calculating capital gains tax, depending on the taxpayer’s needs.
-The Royal Decree-Law approved by the Government in the Council of Ministers which adapts the Tax on the Increase in the Value of Urban Land, known as municipal capital gains tax, to the ruling of the Constitutional Court will come into force this Wednesday, following its publication yesterday in the Official State Gazette (BOE).
-The decree establishes two options for determining the tax liability that taxpayers may choose to apply the most beneficial one. Specifically, citizens may choose to calculate the amount by the objective result of multiplying the cadastral value by new coefficients that will take into account the real estate reality or they may opt for the calculation through a real gain, with the difference between the sale price and the acquisition price.
-In the event that the taxpayer does not obtain a capital gain from the sale of the property, he or she will be exempt from paying this tax, according to the spokesperson. Those interested in accrediting the non-existence of an increase in value will have to declare the transfer, as well as provide the deeds documenting the transfer and the acquisition.
-In order to confirm the non-existence of an increase in value, the transfer or acquisition value will be taken as the higher of the value stated in the title documenting the transaction or the value verified, where applicable, by the Tax Administration, in accordance with the new powers granted to local councils.
-With this decree, the Government proposes new coefficients to be applied to the cadastral value and which will be updated annually through, for example, the General State Budget Law.
-Specifically, it is established that the tax base will be the result of multiplying the cadastral value of the land at the time of accrual by the coefficients approved by the local councils, which in no case may exceed the limits set according to the number of years elapsed since the acquisition of the property.
-For example, for a period of less than one year from the acquisition of a property, a coefficient of 0.14 is set; for 1 year, the coefficient will be 0.13; for 2 years, 0.15 and for 3 years, 0.16.
-Also as a novelty, capital gains generated in less than a year will be taxed, i.e. those that occur when less than a year has elapsed between the date of acquisition and transfer and which, therefore, may be of a more speculative nature. This option is already being applied in some cities.
-For their adaptation, the Executive will give local entities six months to adapt their regulations to the new legal framework. In addition, the decree recognises the possibility for local councils, for the sole purpose of this tax, to correct land registry values downwards by up to 15% depending on their degree of updating. This ensures that the tax is adapted to the real estate situation in each municipality.
-It should be remembered that the High Court ruling does not allow taxpayers to claim self-assessments that are already final or that have not been appealed at the date of the ruling, so this decree does not have retroactive effects. Source, Spanish: https://andaluciainformacion.es/andalucia/1007284/la-reforma-del-impuesto-de-plusvalia-municipal-entra-en-vigor/


Malaga TechPark Update- More than 40 companies asked to be installed in the PTA of Málaga in the past nine months while Malaga TechPark assumes the coordination of the Ibero-American Network of Science and Technology Parks: {Translation, summary}
The facilities of the Technological Park of Andalusia (PTA) in Málaga, already has some 60 foreign companies, which represent 35% of the total employment of the enclosure, and are staffed with professionals from more than 30 nationalities.
Malaga has established itself as a “preferred destination” for the installation of high-tech projects of international capital as evidenced by the initiatives of TDK, Version 1, Talant, Hispasec Redzinc or Talent by Rebs. The enclosure will also soon home ‘INNOVA IRV, Fundación Instituto Ricardo Valley Innovation’, a new center that will contribute to consolidate its role as a benchmark researcher. Source, Spanish: https://www.malagahoy.es/malaga/empresas-piden-instalarse-PTA-Malaga_0_1627939378.html 


Travelling to Spain During COVID-19: Here’s What You Need to Know (Updated 10Nov21)
-Travellers from most European Union and Schengen Area countries are allowed to enter Spain without being subject to the quarantine requirement as long as they have low infection rates.
-However, travellers reaching Spain from any of the countries and regions considered as high risk are obliged to present a certificate that proves they have either been vaccinated with one of the vaccines accepted by the Spanish authorities as valid proof of immunity for travel, recovered from COVID-19, or tested negative for the virus.
Currently, the following EU and Schengen Area countries and regions are considered high-risk by the Spanish authorities:
France (French Guiana, Martinique, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Brittany, Centre-Val de Loire, Corsica, Grand Est, Guadeloupe, Hauts-de-France, Île-de-France, Réunion, Normandy, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Pays de la Loire, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur)
Italy (Province of Bolzano, Abruzzo, Calabria, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Lazio, Liguria, Marche, Trento, Apulia, Sicily, Tuscany, Umbria, Veneto)
-In contrast to arrivals from EU/Schengen Area countries placed on Spain’s high-risk list, those travelling to Spain from a safe country, which is not part of the above-mentioned category, can do so without having to present proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a recent negative test result. Full article: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/travelling-to-spain-amid-covid-19-rules-restrictions-explained/


Cricket News- New Zealand blast into T20 World Cup final as England crumble at the last: NZ, 167-5, beat England, 166-4, by five wickets. Photo:F.Nel/Getty. Full article: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2021/nov/10/england-new-zealand-t20-world-cup-semi-final-cricket-match-report


What is causing the huge surge in heart disease in football?: {Translated in full from German}
***FC Barcelona’s professional player Sergio Agüero will be out of action for at least three months. The 33-year-old was substituted in the match against Deportivo Alavés with breathing problems. He had grabbed his chest and was taken to hospital. He is now being treated by a cardiologist for heart problems. At the European Championship, the player Christian Eriksen collapsed in front of running cameras. Diagnosis: cardiac arrest. Eriksen survived. The two professionals are just two examples of many footballers who have to struggle with sometimes life-threatening heart problems.
***DFB doctor Tim Meyer said after Eriksen’s collapse: “Even the best screening is not perfect, so things like this can still happen. That’s why there’s then the second line of prevention and that’s the presence of the emergency doctors on the sidelines.” But this system cannot prevent all life-threatening or even fatal cases.
***Emergency situations have been occurring again and again in recent weeks and months:
-Abandonment of a match due to cardiac arrest of the referee in a game of Lauber SV (Donauwörth district).
-A 17-year-old football player of JSG Hoher Hagen has to be resuscitated during the match in Hannoversch Münden.
-The Gifhorn amateur player Marvin Schumann has to be resuscitated after suffering a cardiac arrest.
-An assistant referee at a Kreisliga Augsburg match in Emersacker collapses with heart problems.
-A Kreisliga player from SpVgg. Oelde II has to be resuscitated by his opponent.
-A player from Birati Club Münster collapses in a Kreisliga match against FC Nordkirchen II.
-The 17-year-old footballer Dylan Rich dies of a heart attack during a match in England.
-The goalkeeper coach of SV Niederpöring suffers a heart attack after a training session.
-Lucas Surek (24) of the club BFC Chemie Leipzig drops out due to a suspected heart muscle disorder.
-Kingsley Coman (25) of FC Bayern München has to have heart surgery after cardiac arrhythmia.
-Coach Dirk Splitsteser of SG Traktor Divitz collapses dead on the sidelines.
-Rune Coghe (18) of the Belgian club Eendracht Hoglede (Belgium) suffers a heart attack during a match.
-During the Women’s World Cup qualifying match between Germany and Serbia in Chemnitz, an English lineswoman has to be carried off the pitch with heart problems.
-Team manager Dietmar Gladow from Thalheim (Bitterfeld) suffers a fatal heart attack before a match.
-The 53-year-old football coach Antonello Campus collapses dead while training with his youth team in Sicily.
-Anil Usta of VfB Schwelm (Ennepetal) collapses on the pitch with heart problems.
-Dimitri Liénard of FC Strasbourg collapses with heart problems in a Ligue 1 match.
-Diego Ferchaud (16) of ASPTT Caen suffers a cardiac arrest in an under-18 league match in Saint-Lô.
-Belgian footballer Jente Van Genechten (25) suffers a cardiac arrest in the early stages of a cup match.
-Belgian amateur footballer Jens De Smet (27) from Maldegem suddenly suffers a heart attack during the match and dies a short time later in hospital.
-A 13-year-old football player of the Janus Nova club from Saccolongo (Italy) collapses on the pitch with cardiac arrest.
-Andrea Astolfi, the sporting director of Calcio Orsago (Italy), suffers a heart attack after returning from training. He dies at the age of 45.
-Abou Ali (22) collapses with cardiac arrest during a two-league match in Denmark.
-Fabrice N’Sakala (31) of Besiktas Istanbul collapses on the field without the intervention of an opponent and has to be taken to hospital.
***According to the German Heart Foundation: “Depending on the study, there are between 0.7 and 3.0 deaths per 100,000 sportspeople per year.” According to the experts, men are affected more often than women: “According to data from the German register on sudden cardiac death in sport (Sudden Cardiac Death Register, SCD Germany), 96 % of the athletes affected are men,” says the foundation. Regarding the causes, it says that sudden cardiac death in sport has “different triggers”.
***The causes differ depending on the age of those affected. “In people under 35, diseases of the heart muscle, the heart valves, the aorta and the coronary vessels are among the possible triggers. Changes in the genetic make-up can, for example, lead to a thickening of the muscles of the left ventricle (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy). Diseases of the right ventricle in particular (arrhythmogenic (right ventricular) cardiomyopathy) can also be the cause of sudden cardiac death,” says the Heart Foundation.
***In people over 35, on the other hand, “coronary heart disease” is the most frequent cause of sudden cardiac death, accounting for about 80 percent. Coronary arteries become increasingly narrow due to deposits (plaques) of cholesterol, connective tissue and calcium. If these plaques rupture, blood clots sometimes form and the blood vessel becomes completely blocked.” This leads to a heart attack, which “can be associated with life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias”.
***Regardless of age, inflammation of the heart muscle (myocarditis) is another risk factor. “It can already occur in the course of banal viral infections, even without causing any symptoms,” says the German Heart Foundation. And further: “However, these inflammatory changes can lead to life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias.”
Source, German: https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/news/raetselhafte-herzerkrankungen-im-fussball-li.193554


Monopolist Google loses challenge against EU antitrust ruling, $2.8-bln fine: It’s a major win for Europe’s competition chief in the first of three court rulings central to the EU push to regulate big tech. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager fined the world’s most popular internet search engine in 2017 over the use of its own price comparison shopping service to gain an unfair advantage over smaller European rivals.
The court said the Commission correctly found Google’s practices harmed competition and dismissed the company’s argument that the presence of merchant platforms showed there was strong competition. It backed the Commission’s fine, citing the serious nature of the infringement and that “the conduct in question was adopted intentionally, not negligently”. Full article: https://www.reuters.com/technology/eu-court-upholds-eu-antitrust-ruling-against-google-2021-11-10/


Bitcoin price surges to record high of more than $68,000: The bitcoin price has reached a new record high, breaking through $68,000 (£50,000), and analysts predict that the world’s best-known cryptocurrency will rise further in the coming weeks.
This beats the previous record high set in late October, when bitcoin reached nearly $67,700 before falling back again when investors discovered a new cryptocurrency, shiba inu. Other cryptocurrencies have also risen to record highs, such as ethereum, which soared to $4,837. Full article: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/nov/09/bitcoin-price-record-high-cryptocurrencies-ethereum


Metaverse- Augmented reality inventor warns it could be far worse than social media:
*Short version*
-Social media manipulates our reality by filtering what we are allowed (or not allowed) to see.
-We live in dangerous times because too many people use social media to disseminate untruths and promote division.
-Augmented reality and the metaverse have the potential to amplify these dangers to incomprehensible levels.
*Long Version*
-At its core, augmented reality (AR) and the metaverse are media technologies that aim to present content in the most natural form possible — by seamlessly integrating simulated sights, sounds, and even feelings into our perception of the real world around us. This means AR, more than any form of media to date, has the potential to alter our sense of reality, distorting how we interpret our direct daily experiences. In an augmented world, simply walking down the street will become a wild amalgamation of the physical and the virtual, merged so convincingly that the boundaries will disappear in our minds. Our surroundings will become filled with persons, places, objects, and activities that don’t actually exist, and yet they will seem deeply authentic to us… Read the rest of the article at: https://bigthink.com/the-future/metaverse-augmented-reality-danger/


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