Update Situation – New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.
The atmosphere in the Covit-19 front in the EU, which is reopening its doors to American tourists, is improving, and France is preparing to drop the mask outside. On the other hand, he faced a situation in Moscow. “Dramatic5, Vaccination is mandatory for a section of the population.
- France: No masks outside since Thursday
With a few exceptions, wearing a mask is no longer mandatory in France from Thursday, and the curfew order on Sunday will be lifted. The announcement was made by French Prime Minister Jean Costex in view of the fall in pollution.
The outdoor mask is only needed in crowded situations (queue, traffic, crowded places, stadium stand).
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- In Russia and the United Kingdom, compulsory vaccinations
Faced a situation “Dramatic», Moscow and its entire region have made vaccination mandatory in the service sector, which is the first in Russia to face the immunization campaign and is without any control.
Following extensive public consultation, the UK Government has announced that full vaccination will be mandatory for all working in UK hospitals, including non-medical staff.
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- A promising arthritis drug against severe forms of goiter
Dophacetine drug for arthritis shows positive effects in hospital treatment of patients Due to Kovit during a medical examination, its results were released on Wednesday New England Journal of Medicine.
The drug was given to one group of patients who were hospitalized with severe forms of Govit-19, and another group was given placebo. After 28 days, 5.5% died in the placebo group compared to 2.8% in patients with topazitin.
- Only 47% of CureVac’s vaccine candidate is effective
German laboratory Kyurwak on Wednesday announced that its main candidate against Govt-19N is the vaccine.Showed that 47% efficiency, According to the interim analysis of a large-scale clinical trial, did not meet the required criteria at this stage.
- In Mecca, robots deliver holy water to pilgrims
This week robots began distributing bottles of holy samsam water to provide physical distance in Mecca, the holy city of Islam in Saudi Arabia, as the Hajj and the big pilgrimage approach. Year.
- Washington buys 200 million doses of modern vaccine
The U.S. biotech company said Wednesday that the U.S. government has purchased an additional 200 million doses of Moderna’s Govt-19 vaccine.
This brings Washington’s total orders for the vaccine to $ 500 million.
- British Health Minister, a “sex sucker”
Boris Johnson on Wednesday faced a new charge from his former adviser Dominic Cummings, who, through a screen shot, said the British prime minister had called his health minister.fucking shitIn managing infection.
- New infections are on the rise in South Africa
According to official figures, more than 13,000 new cases of Govt-19 were reported in South Africa on Wednesday, the highest number of new infections in 24 hours in the past five months.
Officially the most affected country on the African continent, South Africa reported nearly 1.8 million cases, including 13,246 in the last 24 hours, and more than 58,000 deaths.
- The European Union is open to American tourists
Ambassadors from 27 EU countries have given the green light to add the United States to the list of third countries whose travelers, even those who have not been notified, may be allowed into the EU.
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- A coating that can be caught by aerial droplets is in development
U.S. Scientists are creating a sticky wall covering that will reuse materials used in creating conditioners to catch airborne droplets, and hope it will help fight Govt-19 or other aerial diseases, they said Wednesday.
- More than 3.8 million people died
The epidemic has killed more than 3,824,885 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report released by the AFP on Wednesday.
After the United States (600,652 deaths), the countries with the highest number of deaths are Brazil (493,693), India (379,573), Mexico (230,428) and Peru (189,261).
These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. The WHO estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than officially recorded.