The Govt-19 epidemic has killed more than 3.8 million people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report set up by Agency France-Press (AFP) on Friday, June 18 from official sources.
After the United States (600,900 deaths), the countries with the highest number of deaths are Brazil (496,000), India (383,500), Mexico (230,800) and Peru (189,700). These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than officially recorded.
Kovit epidemic is involved in racing in Moscow
The Russian capital, facing a record burst of Kovit-19, announced on Friday to restrict public events, especially its Euro football fan zone. Above all, the measures were limited as the authorities tried to protect the economy. “According to the latest data we have received, 89.3% of patients are infected with a corona virus, which is mutated,” said the Indian variant Delta. It is very aggressive and spreads fast. ”, Confirmed by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sofianin on the antenna of the TV channel Pervi Kanal.
In twenty-four hours, Moscow recorded 9,056 new cases of Covit-19, which had not been reached since the outbreak and tripled two weeks ago. With 17,262 daily pollutants nationwide, Russia ranks 1st from 1stThere is According to government figures released on Friday, February. The country recorded 453 additional deaths, the highest since March 18, and Moscow recorded 78 new deaths.
Questionably, a vaccine campaign is slipping away – Russians are very skeptical about vaccines being developed in the country – a mask that has been out of control for months, with one or more virus variants appearing and not following the rules.
“We are suspending mass entertainment events for a while, and we need to close the dance halls and the fan zone for a while.” At the Luzhniki Olympic campus, the mayor of Moscow announced on his website. Russia hosts a total of seven euro football matches, all of which have returned to the country’s second city, St. Petersburg (northeast).
Places to eat all the public park facilities, such as shopping malls, zoos and playgrounds and sports equipment, ordered last weekend, the mayor of Moscow has extended until June 29. Restaurants and bars will be closed from 11pm to 6am, as they have already been for a week.
Israel will transfer one million doses of the vaccine to the Palestinians before it expires
According to an agreement between the two parties announced by the Jewish government on Friday, one million doses of vaccines have expired for the Israeli-Palestinian Authority. “Israel has signed an agreement with the Palestinian Authority, which will provide about one million doses of the Pfizer vaccine that are about to expire, and Pfizer will receive the amount to be sent to the Palestinian Authority in return.”The Prime Minister’s Office and the Israeli Ministry of Defense and Health said in a joint statement.
The Palestinian Authority in the occupied West Bank did not immediately comment on the report. “Israel will receive the same amount of Pfizer [soit un million] On behalf of the Palestinian Authority in September-October 2021 ”, According to the Israeli report. “This agreement is possible only after Israel realizes that its stockpile of vaccines meets its current requirements.”, Which is illustrated.
Thanks to an extensive vaccination campaign launched in late December following a deal with the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, approximately 55% of the Israeli population, or more than 5.1 million people, received two doses of the vaccine.
In Spain, the mask will no longer be mandatory on June 26th
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Friday announced the end of the mandatory wearing of the mask outside the country on June 26, when the health condition is improving.
“This weekend will be the last with masks outside because we will not be wearing masks in public on June 26.” In the open, Sanchez said during a trip to Barcelona that the move would be formally approved during an extraordinary cabinet meeting on Thursday.
Sending troops to South Africa
The health minister announced on Friday that South Africa would deploy military medical personnel in the worst-hit province of Qutung and help health professionals deal with the rise in cases.
The most populous province of Kuteng, the financial center of the administrative capital Pretoria and Johannesburg, is currently the epicenter of the eruption, accounting for 60% of recent daily occurrences.
Launch of the vaccination campaign for members of the Tokyo Olympic Organization
Thousands of Olympic volunteers and officials began vaccinating in Tokyo, almost a month before the Games, when experts advised to hold the event without spectators.
The organizers are inside now Home stretching before the opening ceremony, Scheduled for July 23, and is in the process of finalizing anti-Govt rules and vaccinating participants as timely as possible.
They face a controversial and difficult decision regarding the number of local spectators, and if any, visitors from abroad are barred from the stand; First in Olympic history.
Japanese athletes have already begun to be vaccinated, but the program was extended on Friday to Olympic staff, volunteers and others rubbing shoulders with foreign athletes.
Judgment on EU vaccine delays for EU satisfies both parties
This was a verdict in favor of both sides: AstraZeneca announced the rejection Brussels court of first instance EU appeals against laboratory over delays in delivery of anti-Covit-19 vaccines to the community. By the end of June 2021 the pharmaceutical team had agreed to do its best to deliver the 300 million dose of its vaccine to twenty-seven, but it later narrowed this target drastically, citing production problems.
The Anglo-Swedish laboratory delivered only 30 million doses out of the 120 million given in the first quarter. In the current quarter, it plans to deliver only 70 million of the second, 180 million promised.
Through its legal action, which began in the spring, the European Commission wanted to receive an additional 90 million volumes, with at least 120 million by the end of June. According to AstraZeneca, the court ruled that the group should deliver only 80.2 million doses by the September 27 deadline.
For his part, the President of the European Commission, Ursula van der Lion mentioned on Twitter “Good news for our vaccination campaign”The Belgian Judicial Laboratory was ordered to deliver 15 million doses by 9 a.m. on July 26, 20 million doses by August 23 and 15 million doses by September 27. Each dose missing on these dates is subject to a financial fine of 10 euros “Due to the European Union”.