A Roma fan was revived with defibrillator during the match against Spezia last night
During the match of the 17th round of the Italian football championship between Roma and La Spezia, one of the fans had a heart failure in the stands, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
In the 30th minute of the first half, one of the Roma fans became ill – the 23-year-old fan had a heart failure. He received urgent help, he was resuscitated with a defibrillator and taken to the hospital. On the way, he had another attack.
On Saturday in Samara at the end of the Russian championship match Krylia Sovetov – Rubin one of the spectators felt bad. The doctors who arrived in time carried out resuscitation for half an hour, but could not save the victim’s life. According to preliminary data, a 50-year-old man suffered sudden cardiac arrest.
Blocco del porto di Genova continua ad oltranza contro l’obbligo del passaporto sanitario. Questa mattina due poliziotti hanno portato cibo e solidarietà ai lavoratori del porto: “Continuate così ragazzi, non mollate!” Stupendo. pic.twitter.com/r3QUVyIiZZ
Blocking of the port of Genoa continues to the bitter end against the requirement of a health passport. This morning two policemen brought food and solidarity to the port workers: “Keep it up guys, don’t give up!” Stupendous.
Surprise proposal: Italian tourist couple Michael and Fererica
Michael Torregrossa chose his moment to propose to Fererica Lombino in front of the famous Neactains Pub in the city’s Latin Quarter. After eating Connemara Oysters from The Galway Oyster House, Mr. Terregrossa slipped away and then on the pretex of asking Ms. Lombino to listen to a street musician dropped to his knee and produced a Claddagh Ring and proposed.
Ms. Lombino accepted to the loud applause of thrilled onlookers…
A video of Covid response committee chairman, Michael McNamara (top) last September questioning Dr John Cuddihy, Director, Health Protection Surveillance Centre, HSE, on how rona deaths are counted.
Michael McNamara: “Dr Cuddihy, if someone shows no symptoms of Covid and they have a heart attack and are brought to hospital and they are tested and it is found they have Covid and they die soon thereafter – but this is someone who has demonstrated no symptoms whatsoever – are they recorded as a Covid death or not? If they have tested positive for Covid but ultimately came to hospital because they had a heart attack or a stroke or fallen off the roof of a building or something like that?”
Dr John Cuddihy: “We adhere to the World Health Organisation case definition in terms of recording and reporting deaths so in the situation you describe, where someone has a positive Covid test and it is a death in a confirmed Covid case but such a case would be subject to a coroner’s report aswell, and as part of the ongoing validation of data in our surveillance system, we wouldn’t…”
McNamara: “Obviously a coroner’s report takes a very long time to work its way through the system. So, for now, they are recorded as a Covid death? And maybe they are taken off that list at a later date. is that what you are saying?
For those who are traveling or currently abroad, weather warnings for high temperatures have been issued for parts of Spain and Italy. Red warnings for parts of Italy. Up to 44c tomorrow in Spain🥵 pic.twitter.com/64CXulqOzM