JM offers free masks

Newspaper will give masks to purchasers on Thursday

Online quizfrom JM, which is offering free mask this ThursdayThe paper edition of Thursday’s JM includes the offer of an individual protective surgical mask.

An initiative of Jornal and Fundação Marítimo Centenário, with the support of TAP Air Cargo, Servinasa and Pontos & Quadrilhas, which came together in the name of everyone’s safety. Everyone who purchases the printed edition of JM on Thursday will be presented with surgical masks in polypropylene, with elastic, produced by a factory in Barcelos, duly certified for the production of medical equipment.

Talking of the JM, they are currently promoting what has to be one the most ridiculous online polls, opposite. Publishers of any description will do anything for the sake of a few extra “clicks”.

Speaking of clicks, the blog has currently registered 21,435,929 in the last 12 months, up 2.5% on what was a pretty impressive previous 12 months. Without any gimmicks! Thank you all.

3 thoughts on “JM offers free masks”

  1. I extracted this from the BBC News site. Rather worrying for us oldies!

    EU chief: Elderly may be isolated until 2021

    The elderly may have to remain in isolation until next year to protect themselves from coronavirus, the EU Commission president has told a German newspaper.

    Ursula von der Leyen told Bild “we have to limit as much as possible contact with the elderly” until a vaccine against Covid-19 was developed.

    Most experts say a vaccine that provides immunity to coronavirus will not be ready for mass production for at least a year.

    Von der Leyen said she recognised the difficultly of isolation, but stressed when “it is a question of life or death, we have to remain disciplined and patient”.

    “Children and young people will enjoy more freedom of movement earlier than elderly people and those with pre-existing medical conditions,” she told Bild.

    She said she hoped that a European laboratory would develop a vaccine towards the end of the year.

    The EU has been criticised for its approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic.

    Last week, the president of the EU’s scientific research council resigned after three months in the job with an attack on the EU’s scientific governance and political operations.

    • The president of the EU’s scientific research council “resigned” after a vote of no confidence in him by the European Research Council. He chose to jump!


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