New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.
– Sydney Restoration –
Australian authorities have imposed a full two-week ban on Sydney, and new corona virus cases have erupted due to the infectious delta variant.
In a country where the spread of Covit-19 has so far excelled, more than 80 people have tested positive this week, all linked to the driver who drove the flight crew from Sydney Airport to isolated hotels.
For its part, New Zealand allows flights for three days on Saturday without being isolated from the “air bubble” Australia.
– Keeping in Bangladesh –
Bangladesh will impose a new, more stringent control from Monday, following a “dangerous and dangerous” increase in pollution cases in the delta variant.
Public administrations and private businesses will be closed for a week. Accreditation will be given for medical travel only.
Authorities on Friday recorded nearly 6,000 new cases and 108 deaths, the second-highest since the outbreak began.
– Russia: Death toll in St. Petersburg –
St. Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city, hosts the Euro 2020 tournament on Saturday, recording the highest daily death toll from the country’s corona virus since the outbreak: 107 deaths in the last 24 hours.
– Resignation of a Minister –
At the center of government action against the epidemic was British Health Minister Matt Hancock, who resigned Saturday for violating anti-coronavirus controls during an affair with a consultant, which was reported in all media.
The Sun Tabloid released a surveillance camera footage of married and father of three Matt Hank on Friday, kissing longtime friend Gina Coltangelo, whose already sensible hiring was already controversial, at a time when braces were banned from her office.
Thousands of people protested in central London on Saturday against anti-Govt restrictions in the UK due to rising pollution, the last of which was postponed to July.
– Variation Delta –
Two patients have died from a delta variant of Covit-19 in Jersey (southwest) France, the first two cases of contamination by this variant in the field, local health officials have announced a plan to “avoid” immediate action. An epidemic again ”.
Both men, aged 42 and 60, were not vaccinated and their health was “marked by risk factors”.
In Portugal, the Directorate of Health has reported that this variant has become major in the country, causing re-infections in Portugal in recent weeks.
To deal with this, Portugal has decided to tighten restrictions in the most affected municipalities, such as Lisbon, where the capacity of hours and restaurants and shops has been reduced again.
Scientists said on Saturday that the delta variant was behind a significant amount of pollution in South Africa, while the government was considering new regulations. South Africa, the most affected country on the continent, recorded 18,762 new pollutants on Saturday, a record for 2021.
– More than 3.9 million die –
The epidemic has killed at least 3,911,561 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to estimates established by AFP on Saturday from mid-day.
The United States is the most affected country with 603,522 deaths in both deaths and cases. Brazil, with 511,142 deaths, India (394,493), Mexico (232,346) and Peru (191,447) are the countries with the lowest mortality rates in terms of population.
These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. The WHO estimates that the number of infections is two to three times higher than officially estimated.
– Is it a lie? –
The Haitian Pharmacists’ Association warned on Saturday of the dangers of introducing counterfeit vaccines, and the government has not yet launched any public campaign for the vaccine since the government approved on Thursday the import of vaccines against Govt-19.
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