January 22, 2022

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Hospital pressure is still declining, with a billion vaccines for poor countries

New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.

Hospital pressure in France continues to decline, one billion vaccines will be distributed to poorer countries, new isolation in Chile despite improved vaccination, two positive cases on a trip to the US despite being vaccinated … Here are the latest updates on the progress of the Govt-19 epidemic around the world.

  • In France, the pressure on the hospital continues to decline

According to data released by the Public Health France on Thursday, the pressure on the hospital continues to decline, with the number of hospital admissions being the lowest since the end of October.

The number of people currently being treated for the most severe cases is 2,245, compared to 2,326 patients on Wednesday. This is the lowest number since October 22. In 24 hours, 74 people were admitted to emergency care.

  • The G7 promises to distribute one billion vaccines to poor countries

G7 leaders will pledge to distribute one billion doses of anti-Govt vaccines to poor countries during the summit, which runs from Friday to Sunday, the UK, which serves as the group’s rotating president, announced on Thursday.

Purpose “End the Infection” By 2022, Downing Street says London will add an additional $ 100 million to the progress of its vaccination program. The United States has already pledged to provide 500 million vaccines, estimated at billions of G7s.

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  • Brazil: The Supreme Court gives the green light to Copa America

The Brazilian Supreme Court on Thursday authorized Copa America to host football in the country, which has been hit hard by the epidemic, with a majority of its judges rejecting appeals to cancel the tournament.

  • Two cases of Govt-19, one of the first trips to North America after the epidemic

Two people positively tested the Covit-19 on Thursday at the popular Millennium, one of the first cruise ships to sail in North America since the outbreak began. “A team and passengers were vaccinated”, The shipping line of the Royal Caribbean said in a statement.

  • Chile: New isolation in the capital despite a highly improved vaccine

Chilean health officials on Thursday imposed a new total isolation of the metropolitan area of ​​Santiago de Chile and its seven million people, with 57% of the target population already vaccinated due to an increase in corona virus cases.

  • Africa: far from vaccine targets (WHO)

Nearly 90% of African countries will not reach the goal of vaccinating one-tenth of their population by September, unless at least 225 million doses of the vaccine are urgently received, the organization warned Thursday. World Health Organization (WHO).

  • Adequate vaccination in Europe

In Europe, 30% of people have received the first dose of the vaccine and 17% are fully vaccinated, the WHO’s European branch said on Thursday. “Error” Increase in cases in the summer of 2020.

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  • South Africa “technically” in the third wave

South Africa “Technically24 entered the 3rd wave of Covit-19, and more than 9,000 new pollutants have been identified in the last 24 hours, according to the South African National Communications Agency.

  • Italy: Two successful organ transplant surgeries from Covid-positive donors

Italy on Thursday announced two organ transplants from donors who tested positive for Covit-19. “World Premiere”, According to the National Conversion Center.

  • Cycling: Quebec and Montreal GPs abolished in 2021

The organization of two Quebec races announced on Thursday that two major North American bicycle prizes, scheduled for September 10 and 12 in Quebec City and Montreal, have been canceled due to epidemic-related health needs.

  • Moderna seeks approval for the vaccine for adolescents in the United States

The American biotechnology company Moderna announced on Thursday that it has filed with the United States Medicines Agency (FDA) to approve its Govt-19 vaccine for adolescents aged 12 to 17 in the United States.

  • Germany: Vaccine for young people aged 12 to 17 years

The German Vaccine Commission (Stico) on Thursday recommended limiting the anti-Govt-19 vaccine to young people between the ages of 12 and 17 who are already suffering from the disease, which could lead to the development of severe forms of the new corona virus.

  • More than 3.7 million people died
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The epidemic has killed more than 3,764,250 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to an estimate established by AFP from official sources on Thursday. Brazil (482,019), India (359,676), Mexico (229,353) and Peru (187,479) are the countries with the highest number of deaths, after the United States with 598,765 deaths.

These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. They exclude upward corrections made by one of the following by some statistical systems.