1. Speak directly
The Secretary of Health, Lorenzo González, could not contain his frustration and tears at the rise in infections and deaths on the island as a result of COVID-19. “A Puerto Rican dies and we continue with the lack of discipline… Damn, let's do what we have to do! Let's be disciplined … Use the masks, physical distancing, let's be responsible, "he said in the program" Playing Hard Ball. " Until yesterday, the Health dashboard reported the death of 406 people
2. Watch out for two tropical waves
The National Hurricane Center in Miami recorded yesterday morning two tropical waves with cyclonic potential moving towards the Caribbean. The former was 700 miles east of the Lesser Antilles and its translation speed is west at 20 mph. The second tropical wave just left Africa on Saturday and will take several days to get close to the Lesser Antilles arc. "This wave is forecast to move westward at 15-20 mph over the next several days," it was reported.
3. Millionaire bail for Raphy Pina
A bail of $ 1 million was imposed by a federal magistrate on producer Raphy Pina Nieves, after a federal grand jury issued an indictment for violation of the gun law. Pina Nieves voluntarily turned herself in at the Federal Bureau of Investigation building, as agreed, and pleaded not guilty.
4. Much emotion in virtual concert
Ponce diva Ednita Nazario presented on Saturday a successful virtual concert broadcast from the UPR Theater. Nine complete songs – and three medleys with eight more songs – rounded out the hour-long presentation, a reasonable time to leave the audience with a good taste and the desire for an upcoming show. “I really needed them. How good that I can share with my musicians, with the public, with so many people ”, he told the connected public. In front of her, the theater was empty.
5. Mourning Donald Trump
President Donald Trump's younger brother, Robert Trump, a businessman known for his stability and consistency that seemed almost incompatible with the family name, died Saturday night after being hospitalized in New York, the president reported in a statement. He was 71 years old. The president visited his brother on Friday. The cause of his death has not been revealed.