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西安抽检元宵汤圆71批次 一批次元宵不合格被停售******

  在元宵佳节即将来临之际,西安市市场监管局在全市组织开展节日期间食品安全专项抽检,共抽检节日热销商品元宵(汤圆)71批次,其中元宵24批次、汤圆47批次。经检验70批次合格,1批次不合格。

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  本次专项抽检以餐饮店、超市、小食杂店等经营单位为重点,基本覆盖全市大部分区县,专项抽检项目为过氧化值、糖精钠。抽检依据GB19295-2011《食品安全国家标准速冻面米制品》、GB 2760-2014《食品安全国家标准食品添加剂使用标准》及产品明示标准进行。抽检的1批次不合格食品为西安曲江新区红勋腊汁肉店(地址:西安市莲湖区自强西路)加工、销售的花生味元宵,不合格项目为过氧化值超标。不合格批次的元宵已停止销售,并按规定进行核查处置。

  过氧化值反映了食品中油脂新鲜度和氧化酸败程度,一般来说过氧化值越高其酸败度越厉害,食用过氧化值超标的食品一般不会对人体的健康产生损害,但严重时会导致肠胃不适、腹泻等症状。

  西安市市场监管局提示消费者:在选购元宵类食品时要选择证照齐全、信誉良好的正规商场、大型超市等正规食品销售场所,谨慎购买小摊点特别是流动摊贩所售的元宵节食品,在食用时如有异味立即停止食用。

  华商报记者 李婧


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春暖花开,万事胜“疫”!******

  疫情空荡了街道,办公室少了繁忙的人群。平日里金戈铁马的铁建尖兵,此时化身为温暖“大白”,换一种身份继续守护我们的家园。铁建人,“疫”起向前冲。

  口罩遮住了你我的笑脸,但遮不住彼此的真心。在外我们坚守岗位,辗转千里只为信守承诺,我们或坚守岗位有家不能回,或居家办公肩扛交通强国使命,兢兢业业手绘蓝图。铁建人,一起向前冲。

  在党和政府的坚强领导下,西安疫情形式逐步好转。心有强国自信,疫情虽重,我们始终坚信一定会更好。

  没有一份努力会被辜负,没有一个冬天不能逾越。

  待春归长安,赴锦绣河山之约,圆交通强国之梦。

  2022,我们来了


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Hertha stun runner up Dortmund in Bundesliga******

BERLIN, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Borussia Dortmund dropped points in the title race after Marco Richter's brace helped Hertha Berlin secure a 3-2 comeback win at the 17th round in Bundesliga on Saturday.。

The "BVB" controlled the possession in the opening stages and produced half chances through Thomas Meunier and Marco Reus, who came close twice.。

Hertha created more danger in front of the target as Jurgen Ekkelenkamp tested Dortmund goalkeeper Marwin Hitz form close range in the 5th minute.。

The Dutchman remained in the thick of things and squandered another big chance from promising position ten minutes later.。

Myziane Maolida thought he had opened the scoring, but his goal was ruled offside by the video assistant referee with 18 minutes played.。

Dortmund punished Hertha's wastefulness and marked the opener before the break as Erling Haaland's through ball allowed Julian Brandt to beat Hertha goalie Alexander Schwolow with a chipped ball.。

The capital club came out with its guns blazing after the restart and shocked Dortmund with the leveller in the 51st minute. Ishak Belfodil benefitted on a pass into path from Vladimir Darida and shrugged off Axel Witsel before slotting the ball past Hitz.。

Things went from bad to worse for passive Dortmund as Hertha gained momentum and turned the tides by courtesy on Richter's brace within 12 minutes.。

Marco Rose's men pressed frenetically but Steffen Tigges goal with seven minutes remaining came too late as Hertha protected its 3-2 lead until the final whistle.。

"We take the lead but then we started to give away presents. Hertha had the will to turn things around whereas we lacked in vehemence," Dortmund's head coach Rose said.。

Elsewhere, Eintracht Frankfurt recorded its third consecutive win as Jesper Lindstrm's sole goal was enough to edge Mainz 1-0.。

Borussia Monchengladbach couldn't return to winning ways after four defeats in row. The "Foals" shared the spoils with Hoffenheim as Kevin Akpoguma's injury time equalizer cancelled out Breel Embolo's first-half opener.。

Union Berlin ended its winless run and carved out a hard earned 1-0 victory over resilient Bochum as Max Kruse's drop kick from 13 meters ensured all three points on the road.。

Bottom club Arminia Bielefeld flabbergasted Leipzig 2-0 on the goals from Janni Serra and Masata Okugawa despite a numerical disadvantage, and last placed Greuther Furth played out a goalless draw with Augsburg. Enditem。

Omicron in Europe before South Africa reported first cases******

AFP

Travelers from South Africa are tested for the coronavirus on arrival in a specially designed test street at Schiphol airport, on November 30, 2021. Dutch health authorities said on November 30 that the new COVID-19 variant was already present in the Netherlands a week before a cluster of cases on two flights from South Africa. The Omicron cases were discovered on November 19 and 23 and authorities are checking whether they had links to southern Africa, and how far the new strain has spread.

The Omicron coronavirus variant was present in Europe before the first cases were reported in South Africa, new data from the Netherlands showed Tuesday, as Latin America reported its first two cases in Brazil.

In the week since the new virus strain was reported to the World Health Organization by South Africa, dozens of countries around the world have responded with travel restrictions – most targeting southern African nations.

But the World Health Organization warned Tuesday – as Canada expanded its restrictions to also include Egypt and Nigeria – that "blanket" travel bans risked doing more harm than good.

And the likely futility of broad travel restrictions was underscored as Dutch authorities reported that Omicron was present in the country before South Africa officially reported its first cases, on November 25.

The new variant – whose high number of mutations the WHO believes may make it more transmissible or resistant to vaccines – was found in two Dutch test samples from November 19 and 23, with one having no travel history.

With countries now on alert for the Omicron variant, a clearer picture is emerging by the day of where it has been circulating, and for how long.

So far, well over a dozen countries and territories have detected cases, including Australia, Britain, Canada, Israel, Italy and Portugal.

Among European countries, Belgium and Germany have both reported cases of the new strain prior to November 25, but both linked to foreign travel.

Latin America reported its first two cases Tuesday – in people who traveled from South Africa to Brazil – and a first case was confirmed in Japan, one day after it barred all foreign arrivals.

Vaccine-resistant?

While much is still unknown about the Omicron variant – it could take weeks to determine whether and to what extent it is vaccine-resistant – it has highlighted that the global fight against COVID-19 is far from over.

Asian, European and US markets all fell on Tuesday, while the benchmark US oil price tumbled more than five percent after the boss of vaccine manufacturer Moderna warned existing jabs might be less effective against the new variant.

"All the scientists I've talked to ... are like 'this is not going to be good'," Moderna boss Stephane Bancel told the Financial Times, warning against a "material drop" in the effectiveness of current jabs against Omicron.

Moderna, US drugmaker Pfizer and the backers of Russian vaccine Sputnik V are already working on an Omicron-specific vaccine.

On the treatment front, meanwhile, a panel of US health experts voted Tuesday to endorse Merck's COVID pill for high-risk adult patients, which is already authorised in Britain.

'Heavy burden'

In a briefing to WHO member states, the body's chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it was understandable for countries to seek to protect their citizens "against a variant we don't yet fully understand."

But he called for the global response to be "calm, coordinated and coherent", urging nations to "take rational, proportional risk-reduction measures."

The UN agency cautioned in a travel advisery that "blanket" travel bans risked placing a "heavy burden on lives and livelihoods" and could ultimately dissuade countries from sharing data about the evolving virus – as South Africa did in reporting the latest variant.

But it did advise that people not fully vaccinated and considered vulnerable to COVID-19, including over-60s, should put off travel to areas with community transmission of the virus – after correcting a previous statement that indicated all over-60s should defer travel.

Tougher measures

Omicron has emerged as much of the world was already bracing for a new winter wave of the pandemic – leaving even nations with high vaccination rates scrambling to stem infections and prevent health services from being overwhelmed.

Governments, particularly in western Europe, have already reintroduced mandatory mask-wearing, social-distancing measures, curfews or lockdowns – leaving businesses fearing another grim Christmas.

In Germany, incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz said parliament would vote on making COVID vaccines compulsory by the end of the year – and a source from Scholz's party told AFP he had "signalled his sympathy" for such a rule.

Greece went ahead Tuesday in making vaccines compulsory for over-60s, while Norway will offer booster shots to all adults before Easter, as preferable to a lockdown.

Britain meanwhile set a target of delivering third jabs to all adults within two months, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying vaccination centers would be "popping up like Christmas trees."

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