FC Krasnodar are in the group stage of the premier class after a 2-1 win in the second leg (4-2 total) of the Champions League qualifying playoff at PAOK Saloniki.
All goals fall within five minutes: An own goal by Michaelidis (73rd) puts the Russians on the road to victory, but ÖFB legionnaire Stefan Schwab makes things exciting again just four minutes later.
The former Rapid captain takes a free kick from the right into the center of the box, where El Kaddouri nods off (77th). The hope of the Greeks does not last long, however, Cabella (78th) ensures the decision with his stab after a long-range shot from Vilhena.
Meanwhile, the Midtjylland trembles in the group stage of the Champions League. The Danish champions defeated Slavia Prague 4-1 after a goalless first leg.
Olayinka puts the Czechs in front in the third minute (3rd), Kaba equalizes in the second half (65th).
Shortly before the end, the attacker from Guinea would have become a tragic figure. In the 83rd minute, Kaba awarded a penalty, but luckily it had to be repeated. Scholz then converts the second penalty kick into the Champions League group stage.
Onyeka (89th) made the final decision after the Danes pressed for a mistake by Slavia’s back team. Anders Dreyer added one more goal in the first minute of stoppage time.
In the group stage draw, Krasnodar is in pot three, Midtjylland in pot four. For PAOK and Slavia Prague, the group stage of the Europa League continues.
Russia may reach a plateau for coronavirus within the next 10 days, and maybe during November. Natalia Pshenichnaya, deputy director for clinical and analytical work of the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology of Rospotrebnadzor, spoke about this.
According to her, now it is difficult to make more accurate forecasts. The expert noted that if all measures for the prevention of coronavirus infection are observed, there is a chance that the cessation of the increase in incidence (reaching a plateau) will occur during October.
Pshenichnaya noted that at the moment there is a slight increase in the incidence. In particular, on the last day of September, 8,481 new cases of coronavirus were detected in Russia in 84 regions. After reaching a plateau, a decline in the number of cases can be predicted.
And if the population complies with all the sanitary requirements recommended by Rospotrebnadzor, there is a high probability that tightening of measures will not be needed. “It all depends on the dynamics of morbidity,” the expert noted.
At the same time, Pshenichnaya clarified that the virus has not become less dangerous, although it practically does not mutate. “It is necessary to pay main attention to non-specific preventive measures – to observe the mask regime, hand hygiene and social distance, try not to overcool. Since hypothermia weakens the immunity to infectious diseases, which is especially dangerous in the cold season,” the Rospotrebnadzor expert explained. She added that algorithms for etiotropic and pathogenetic therapy of COVID-19 have been developed in Russia, depending on the severity of the disease. Nevertheless, the search for new, more effective treatments continues.
Briatore’s ex-wife reveals the secret of former Formula One driver Michael Shumacher’s condition: a secret that has remained so by the will of the family for all these years
Elisabetta Gregoraci tried to do clarity its a secret which has thrown fans into uncertainty over the years: “Michael doesn’t speak, ma communicates with the eyes “
Michael Schumacher’s accident: it was 2013
Sunday 29 December 2013. That’s the day that changes Michael Schumacher’s life, of his family, friends and millions of fans around the world. It is not a race with his car but a trivial skiing accident in the French Alps. Schumacher yes leads in an unbeaten stretch at normal speed, but he is surprised by one hidden rock with a white blanket of fresh snow.
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The hits, then swoops of head on another boulder. It has a protective helmet, but that’s not enough. Schumacher, who is a good skier and knew Mirabel’s slopes perfectly, was slow. The skis were brand new and were not the cause of the accident.
The track signage complied with French regulations and Schumi was proceeding to low speed and he was not engaged in a real off-piste. He was just going from one beaten track to another, crossing a short, but fatal, unpaved stretch of snow that hid the rocks against which bumpedfirst the skis and then the head and against whom one is broken helmet.
The former German Ferrari and Mercedes driver is immediately rescued and taken by helicopter to the University hospital of Grenoble, where he is hospitalized in “severe conditions ”with severe brain trauma. And since then the news and the updatesthey are no longer there at the behest of the family.
GF Vip, in the House we talk about the great Schumi
The health conditions of Michael sSchumacher always shrouded in a great mystery. They recently came out some rumors and indiscretionsi sul German pilot, but then it went back to anyway silence: the family raised a wall around him. Here’s why when Elizabeth Gregoraci tried to do a some clarity here it is the interest among the roommates it is immediately grown up Michael Schumacher, what are your conditions? The words of Elisabetta Gregoraci
GF Vip, Gregoraci breaks the silence: this is how Schumi is
Elizabeth was unable to keep quiet and respect the desire of the family and of the wife Corinna of the pilot but revealed:
Michael does not speak, but communicates with his eyes. His wife has created a sort of real hospital inside their house, which is a villa in Mallorca. Only three people can visit him and I know who I am
I know Elizabeth didn’t succeed, he did not do the same Jean Todt, one of the few people who has repeatedly visited Schumacher. French is not never let it slip no details on the state of health of the former Ferrari. In short, the Gregoraci, perhaps unintentionally and without to think that much in the presence of the cameras, broke the wall of silence, indirectly informing all fans of the pilot, that for years not they knew nothing about his health condition.
The Pixel 5 arrives as Google’s new flagship phone, but not like its predecessors have.
The Google Pixel 5 is a cell phone that no longer wants to be the best of the best, but rather seeks to achieve a good balance of specifications, functions, experience and price – similar to how the Nexus did before the Pixels arrived.
Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G: New cell phones with Android 11 and the best of Google [fotos]
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This means that the Pixel 5 does not have the Snapdragon 865 Plus or Snapdragon 865 processor as many of us would like, but that it bets on the same Snapdragon 765G that is used in all kinds of mid-range cell phones, including the LG Velvet, the Motorola Edge, the Motorola One 5G, he OnePlus North and the Lg wing.
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Pixel 5 y Pixel 4A 5G: Los teléfonos Google de 2020
La experiencia que he tenido con el procesador Snapdragon 765G en estos celulares ha sido buena, pero en ocasiones presenta retrasos extraños que hacen sentir menos consistencia en el desempeño general del dispositivo. Claro, no hemos aún hecho nuestro análisis completo del Pixel 5, pero esperaría al menos que con este procesador ofrezca una experiencia relativamente buena, pero no sobresaliente o emocionante.
Algo extraño es que Google no presentó un Pixel 5 XL como lo ha hecho en generaciones anteriores, sino que presentó un Pixel 4A 5G que comparte algunas de sus características, pero tiene un precio de US$499.
Novedades importantes del Pixel 5
Cámara gran angular de 16 megapixeles que acompaña la principal de 12 megapixeles
Estabilización de video cinematográfica, activa y bloqueada
Night Sight en modo retrato
Portrait Light permite ajustar la iluminación del sujeto
Editor de fotos más profesional
Hold for me permite que Google Assistant este en la llamada mientras te atiende una persona
Modo de ahorro de batería extremo
Google Duo Family HD es un modo que permite entretener a niños con herramientas
El Pixel 4A es el celular más barato para disfrutar la cámara de Google [fotos]
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Pixel 5: Features and Specifications
screen: 6 sticks (OLED) at 90Hz
Resolution: 2,340×1,080 pixels
Processor: Snapdragon 765G
Rear cameras: 12.2 megapixel main (f / 1.7) with OIS + 16 megapixel wide angle (f / 2.2)
Frontal camera: 8 megapixels
Drums: 4,080mAh (18W fast charge)
Fingerprint reader: Yes, back
Recognitionfacial: Android Basic
Waterproof: Yes, IP68
Wireless charging: Yes
Reversible wireless charging: Yes
3.5mm headphone jack: No
Connectivity: 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi de doble banda, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC
Weight: 151 grams
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Price and when can you buy
The Pixel 5 comes with a more attractive price than previous generations, but that is reflected in its features and specifications.
On this occasion, the price of the Pixel 5 is US $ 699, which makes it compete with all kinds of mid-range cell phones with the same processor.
The Pixel 5 is a half-hearted flagship phone, as it doesn’t necessarily mark a clear step forward for Google.
It may have better cameras, but Android 11 with its important news would reach previous generations of Pixel. In addition, the Pixel 5 comes accompanied by the Pixel 4A 5G, which although its name represents an inferior cell phone, the differences are smaller than one would imagine. The differences are the lack of water resistance, wireless charging compatibility, lower battery (3,880mAh vs. 4,000mAh), and less RAM (6GB vs. 8GB). Given this, however, the Pixel 4A 5G costs $ 499, which makes it tempting, and it has a regular headphone jack.
Either way, the most exciting thing about the Pixel 5 seems to remain its cameras and to be one of the first phones to receive the next Android updates.
Rogelio Funes Mori, forward from Monterrey, was blunt about his possible incorporation to the Mexican team in the future. He did not close the doors to play in the Aztec team, but noted that this is not the time to discuss the matter.
After the Argentine coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino He asked for restraint to summon foreigners to the Tricolor, the Argentine striker said that the naturalized can help the Tri. However, he commented that he understands the rejection of foreign footballers.
“I think that if a player has potential, he can improve the National Team and it would be welcome. I understand that there is the other side of the fact that they do not want (naturalized), but it is understandable, this is so, “said the network breaker at a press conference.
The Rayados footballer announced that he is already in the process of obtaining Mexican nationality. However, asked not to talk about calls until everything is in order and he assured that at the moment he is only focused on his club.
“I am in naturalization papers, but I do not want to talk about the Mexican National Team, my priority is Monterrey. When I can talk about the Selection, I will, but for now I am not summonable”, He stressed.
And it is that, according to the Spanish newspaper The country, FIFA studies modifying the regulations on the change of federation of players. With this, some footballers will have the possibility to represent more than one country during their career.
This is the case of Funes Mori, who He has already participated with the Argentina team. The former River Plate only played one category A match, in a 2012 friendly against Brazil. Given this, the regulation change could make it easier for the twin to play with Mexico.
After the news, the same forward assured that Tata Martino spoke with his representative. He clarified that they are waiting for the rule change and see if they have an option to participate with the Aztec team.
“I have been living here for more than five years, I am a resident and I can do naturalization. There was something that prevented the chance to play for Mexico: the fact of having played a South American Sub 20 for Argentina, beyond a friendly with the Senior National Team of (Alejandro) Sabella against Brazil, but that was going to be adjusted. So we are seeing if it can be given”, He commented in an interview with The nation.
Although acknowledged that he wishes to represent the albicelesteHe pointed out that there are very good players in his position who close the door to him in the team that Lionel Scaloni now directs.
“I feel like they haven’t given me the opportunity like so many others (in Argentina). I have great affection for the people of Mexico and the truth is that I would like to represent them in a national team. Let’s see, but yes, I’m interested ”, he commented.
At the same time, the head of the mexican bench he ruled on the possibility that his compatriot Rogelio Funes Mori may have an option to play with the national team. “Funes Mori is not eligible todayAs soon as your naturalization is available and it can be taken into account, we will surely do so, ”he declared at a press conference last week.
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AAge matters. On Tuesday, Christian Drosten said in his most recent podcast episode on NDR Info: “Mortality rises rapidly with age.” For the age group from 35 to 44 years, the risk of death from a corona infection is about as high as with the flu. In contrast, there would be 30 corona deaths for every flu death for people between the ages of 65 and 74. According to the virologist, as many of the people over 85 who are infected with corona die “as with smallpox in the Middle Ages”. According to a new study conducted by scientists in Australia and the United States, to which Drosten refers, 22.3 percent of those infected in this age group die. In other words, more than one in five people over the age of eighty-five worldwide does not survive an infection.
Even for those 55 to 64 years old with corona infection, the following applies: The risk of dying from the virus is over 200 times higher than that of being killed in a traffic accident. In making this comparison, the interdisciplinary research group refers to the situation in Great Britain, while in the United States this age group is more than 50 times more likely to die from the consequences of a corona infection than from an accident on America’s streets.
Much more deadly than the flu
The authors position themselves very clearly on the question of how high the mortality is compared to flu infections: “The analysis also confirms that Covid-19 is far more deadly than the seasonal flu.” the authors, in around 63 million infections, around 0.05 percent of those infected died. As of July, a total of 0.6 percent of all people infected with the coronavirus in the United States have died. Even if the risk groups, and especially the elderly, were consistently protected in the future, the death rate, according to the study, could only be reduced to 0.3 percent. In the most pessimistic scenario, America threatens a death rate of 0.9 percent, which means around 290,000 more corona deaths than in the best case.
The study led by the Australian epidemiologist Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz also provides an overview of the corona death rates in various nations. Accordingly, the death rate is highest in Italy at 2.7 percent. The lowest death rate was reported in the American city of Salt Lake City, at 0.5 percent. For those over 75 years old, Great Britain is clearly ahead with a death rate of 24.5 percent. Conversely, mortality among younger people is very low. Of those under thirty-five, only 0.004 percent of those infected with corona die worldwide. Even among those infected between 35 and 44 years of age, the death rate is comparatively low at 0.06 percent.
The authors take a critical view of the case mortality, which is often sought in statistics. It is “misleading” because it only covers sick people. In the case of the coronavirus, however, a high proportion are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms. That is why the death rate after infection was “more reliable” and was therefore used in the meta-study. The research collective also applied strict standards to the quality of the individual studies considered. Of the 111 studies initially considered, only 33 ultimately met the criteria. The meta-study was then created on this basis.
Pillar of the Miami Heat, the sensation team of the playoffs in the Eastern Conference, the American pivot of Nigerian origin Edrice Femi “Bam” Adebayo explodes in broad daylight in the Orlando bubble. Selected for the All Star Game last February, then retained in the second best defensive team of the season, Adebayo still has one goal in mind for this unique 2020-2021 financial year: to win his first NBA title.
RFI: Bam Adebayo, what an exceptional season for you, so far! A selection for the All Star Game, the prestigious annual gala match between the best NBA players. A selection in the second best defensive team of the season. And the Miami Heat which is only one victory away from the NBA finals…
Bam Adebayo: Yes, it’s just amazing to experience such a season. I’m working hard to be there, but I didn’t think all of these good things could happen so early in my career. I am still very young, but I am not afraid of having responsibilities. I stay focused because there are still, I hope, two or three weeks of competition, but I am really very happy. I talk every day with my friends and family, and I am like a kid in a candy store: I am like crazy to have this experience and to be able to represent mine at the highest level. We have one game left to go to the NBA Finals, and then it’s the home stretch to reach my dream: to win an NBA title.
You grew up in a working-class neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, a city known for its very high crime rate, and then in North Carolina. You were born to an American mother and a Nigerian father. What was the impact of African culture in your childhood, and in your life until now?
Naija! Naija![Il hurle, puis rigole]. I am very proud of my Nigerian origins, and I carry this heritage with me all the time, not just by my name which leaves no doubt about my origins! [Rires] I lived mostly with my mother, but my link with African culture, and Nigerian especially, is present in me, through the food, through the members of my family on my father’s side, but also because I talk about it. often with the other Africans in the NBA, as well as one of my teammates in Miami, Gabe Vincent Nmadi, who is the second back of the Nigeria national team.
Your duel with Giannis Antetokounmpo in the previous round, who has just been voted best player of the season (MVP) for the second year in a row, and who shares with you a common bond – his Nigerian origins -, was titanic. What does it mean to you?
Giannis is a reference, he is a role model for many people and I have immense respect for him. He won a second MVP trophy this season, and it’s deserved. He is the leader of a team that has taken it to the next level, which is one of the very best in the NBA for many years to come. He is building his legend, and he can do almost anything on the pitch. We talk to each other from time to time, and after the series against the Bucks, he said to me, ” Keep it up, I follow what you do up close and you will become one of the best in the league. He said that to me, it touched me a lot, coming from a guy as humble and hardworking as him, it’s really super nice. He is one of the players I struggle against the most in defense because he is not afraid of contact and getting into the racket, and he has such long arms … [Rires] It’s always a big challenge to play against him, but I like this kind of challenge because it helps me progress faster.
Your counter on Jayson Tatum in Game 1 of the conference finals marked the spirits, especially that of Magic Johnson who considers him to be the most incredible defensive action he has ever seen in the play-offs. How did you react to this?
It was a huge cons, and my hand remembered it for hours after the game! [Rires] I did not have too much sensitivity on two of my fingers for long hours after this counter, but we can say that it was worth it. Magic Johnson touched me a lot with his comment. It’s not every day that a legend compliments you. So I took it very well. A lot of people have told me good things about this counter, but I think it will be really decisive if we qualify for the NBA Finals. We’re one step away from the NBA Finals, but nothing is done yet. If we do not manage to qualify for the NBA Finals, this counter will have served no purpose, and will only be a milestone for … Internet. [Rires].
You are often seen talking with other players of Nigerian descent in the NBA, such as Giannis Antetokounmpo, Victor Oladipo, OG Anunoby and Semi Ojeleye ….
Yes it’s true, but I also speak with other African players in the NBA, and that’s very important to me. We’re like a family. We are a bit like brothers with a large part of them, that’s for sure. We exchange a lot, we support each other, and we also give each other advice. We want to leave our mark on the league, and try to follow in the footsteps of glorious elders, like Hakeem Olajuwon and Dikembe Mutombo, for example. When you see what guys like Pascal Siakam, Joel Embiid and Victor Oladipo do, one can only be enthusiastic about the future. I think that the number of African players will continue to grow, and that the contingent in the NBA will be growing very quickly.
Scientists are clear that COVID-19 is transmitted through ‘large’ droplets of saliva, but there is no consensus on whether aerosols, the tiny particles that we emit when we breathe and stay in the air for a time, also play a role. big role. A retraction by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has put this debate back on the table.
At the end of last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicated on its website that the coronavirus could be transmitted, in addition to droplets of saliva that we launch at a short distance, through other particles a lot smaller called aerosols, which remain in the air longer and travel beyond six feet (1.83 meters), considered until now as a safe distance.
But this Monday, after CNN reported about it, that update was withdrawn from the web and the version that was available was replaced, which indicates that the main route of infection is respiratory drops produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks and their secretions with the virus reach another located nearby. Officials from the CDC admitted that a mistake had been made when publishing a draft that has not yet been reviewed by technicians, according to the Washington Post and CNN itself, to whom a federal official said there was no political pressure behind that change.
In any case, the incident has brought back the debate held by the scientific community about the importance (or not) of the so-called airway, aerosols, in the spread of a disease that has already killed about a million people all over the world.
We pose here five key questions to contextualize and understand this issue.
1. What transmission mechanisms of the coronavirus are contemplated?
In principle, there are three possible routes of contagion, although the border between the first two is diffuse: “large” respiratory or saliva droplets, others much smaller (aerosols) and through contaminated surfaces.
Large droplets, also called ballistic droplets, are particles of saliva or respiratory fluid expelled by infected people by coughing, sneezing and, to a lesser extent, by speaking. They fly like a projectile and hit the mouth, nostrils or eyes. If they don’t hit anyone, they quickly fall to the ground within a meter or two (less than 6 feet, in the Anglo-Saxon world).
The airway of the aerosol is the one under discussion. They are also particles of saliva or respiratory fluid, but smaller in size, sometimes called droplet nuclei. For this reason, they can stay in the air longer – from tens of seconds to hours – and travel longer distances, depending on their size. After being emitted when speaking or singing, for example, they infect when inhaled through the nose or mouth, or deposited in the eyes (less likely).
Time for particles of different sizes to settle on the ground in calm air, from a person’s height. / CDC Presentation
Regarding surfaces, also known as via fomite (any object contaminated with the pathogen), it can occur by touching, for example, a door handle, a switch or anything else where the virus has been deposited, and then taking the hands to mouth, nostrils or eyes.
2. What is the difference in size between a respiratory droplet and the aerosol?
There is no consensus. Traditionally, the limit is 5 µm (microns or micrometers): if it is larger, it is salivary or respiratory droplets and if it is smaller, aerosol. This is what the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC consider in their documents. However, experts from the CDC itself admit that 10-micron particles can remain in the environment for more than eight minutes, therefore, they do not fall quickly.
For their part, a group of independent researchers, including the Spanish José Luis Jiménez from the University of Colorado (USA), have long considered that it is a “great mistake” to establish the border at 5 microns. According to these experts, the real limit between ballistic droplets and aerosols is 100 μm, taking into account the capacity of the particles to remain or not in the air for a long period and the accessibility to the respirable fraction of the lung.
Schematic representation of the routes of infection by ballistic droplets (blue) and aerosol (green, yellow and red) for a respiratory disease. Both travel through the air from the infected person to the susceptible person, but ballistic droplets infect on impact and aerosols infect on inhalation. Two situations are shown without and with the use of a mask. / DKMilton / Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society
3. What route of transmission is the most important?
There is also no consensus. The CDC states that respiratory droplets are the main mechanism of spread, indicating contagion through surfaces as possible. Without counting what they published by mistake, they rule out that aerosols are a relevant route outside of hospital settings, where close contact with patients occurs, for example when applying intubation techniques.
Regarding the WHO, it agrees that salivary or respiratory droplets and fomites are the dominant pathways, and establishes the distance of one meter to avoid contagion. In July, after hundreds of experts lobbied through a letter in the New York Times, this organization also admitted that airborne transmission of the coronavirus by aerosols in poorly ventilated closed environments is possible, but that more research is needed to confirm this.
The group of “dissident” scientists disagrees. They think that based on their evidence (summarized on a website), the aerosol pathway is at least as important as the other two, if not more. In fact, some, like Jiménez, consider that it may be the main one, with some contribution from the fomites and less from the ballistic droplets, clarifying that COVID-19 can be transmitted by aerosols without having to be at a rate as high as the measles, for example.
4. What are the consequences of confirming that aerosols are an important route of transmission?
If the particles with pathogens can remain in the air longer than is thought and go further, the importance of exhaustively ventilating the interior spaces should be emphasized much more, moving as many activities as possible to the outside, according to the scientists who defend the ‘aerosol’ route of contagion.
The article signed by experts in July in the New York Times also noted that masks may be needed indoors, even in socially distant settings. Healthcare workers may need advanced masks (like N95s) that filter even the smallest respiratory droplets while caring for coronavirus patients.
Ventilation systems in schools, nursing homes, residences and businesses may need to minimize air recirculation and add powerful new filters. Ultraviolet light may even be needed to kill viral particles that float in tiny droplets inside.
5. In any case, do we have to continue with the current protection measures?
Yes, interpersonal distancing, hand washing and the use of masks are still essential to prevent the spread of the disease. In addition, with regard to masks, we must insist on their good placement (never below the chin or without covering the nose) and on the correct fit to the face to avoid ‘leaks’ of the air that we expel when exhaling. Experiments carried out at the Delf University of Technology (Netherlands) have evaluated the effectiveness of different types of mask and found the risk that a person behind another who wears it poorly adjusted can run.
In addition, the most recent evidence indicates that it is important to limit the social circle of people with whom we maintain close contact, ensure that encounters with these people are in open air and frequently ventilate closed spaces, where we must be strict with the use mask
After weeks of rumors, leaks and announcements, the actress who will play the character is finally revealed. Ms. Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Will be Iman Vellani, will have its own series in Disney+ and is expected to appear for the first time in Captain Marvel 2.
Vellani She is new to Hollywood and there is very little information about the actress. But it is known that she has been very active in the search for greater diversity in the industry, being part of a committee in the Toronto Film Festival to attract new talent.
The committee, called Next Wave, was founded in 2010 and is made up of 12 students between the ages of 15 and 18, where great emphasis is placed on diversity.
All Ms. Marvel
Ms. Marvel It has been the name of several superheroes in Marvel comics. The first was Carol Danvers, who used the pseudonym before becoming Captain Marvel.
It was after Sharon Ventura who joins the Fantastic four, but after being exposed to cosmic rays, it assumes a physical form similar to that of The thing and change its name to Woman thing.
Then Karla Sofen, who joins the group of Dark Avengers commanded by Norman Osborn, as an alternate version of Carol Danvers when she was still Ms. Marvel.
He keeps the pseudonym until Danvers herself withdraws it in issue # 47 of the series Ms. Marvel, put on sale in January 2010.
By last Kamala Khan, a character created in 2013 and appearing for the first time in Captain Marvel # 17. She is a teenager with Pakistani parents living in New Jersey who deeply admires Carol Danvers.
Khan discovers that he has Inhumans genes and that his body has polymorphic abilities. He became the first character of Muslim origin to have his own line of comics.
His own series on Disney +
Iman Vellani, in addition to debuting as Ms. Marvel in Captain Marvel 2, will have its own series on Disney +. His entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be his first major foray into Hollywood.
According to the report of Deadline, at Disney they have made an important effort so that the role goes to the correct person, who represents the character of Kamala Khan in movies and on television. Even if that means that it is interpreted by a person without previous experience in the industry.
The series of Ms. Marvel premieres in Disney+ throughout 2021. A few days ago the directors were announced that they would be in charge of their episodes.