Follow the events of the day directly:
10:26 am. New Zealand plans to reconsider its “Zero Govt” strategy. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacintha Artern on Monday acknowledged that the “zero Govt” strategy pursued by the archipelago had failed to stop the spread of the virus in Auckland and that a new approach was needed.
For months, the country was protected from epidemics, allowing New Zealanders to enjoy normal life due to somewhat drastic border measures. But following a case of a delta-type corona virus in Auckland in August, restrictions had to be put in place. Two million people in the country’s largest city have been locked up for seven weeks, while the national lockout was lifted in early September.
Ms Ardern agrees that the highly contagious delta variant is a game converter and cannot be eliminated.
10:15 am. Volleyball: The end of the Olympic gold and health crisis, the winning cocktail for French clubs. “I sometimes get 25 calls a day”: The Olympic coronation of French volleyball players in August and the gradual removal of health restrictions increased club records, with 10% more members compared to September 2020, the French Volleyball Federation (FFVB).
During the two-year health crisis, the number of licensees everywhere in France dropped significantly: FFVB registered 111,837 in July 2021 or 18% lower in July 2020 and 22% lower than in July 2019. But the historic Olympic coronation was a game changer for Erwin Nagabeth and his team in Tokyo.
9:59 am. The device for reporting fraud QR codes is rarely used. The government offers all people who believe their health pass is fraudulently used to deactivate their QR code in a few clicks. At this point, only more than 500 requests have been sent, but the government wants to promote its device. details In our article.
9.40am NBA: Will be able to play for the vaccinated Wiggins Warriors against Govt-19. Golden State winger Andrew Wiggins has been vaccinated against Covit-19 and will be able to play in his own team’s NBA games next season, his coach Steve Kerr has said.
The possibility of him playing because he initially refused to be vaccinated was questionable, with the NBA rejecting his request on religious grounds at the end of September.
9:28 am Why do more women test positive than men? The incidence rate is higher in women than men, especially working adults. Several interpretations are put forward, including over-representation within the most explicit professions. But death is higher for men. Explanations in our article.
8:55 p.m. Venezuela receives 900,000 Cuban vaccines. President Nicolas Maduro announced before the World Health Organization (WHO) approval that Venezuela has received 900,000 doses of Cuban vaccine against Covit-19, of which the country expects a total of 15 million doses.
Venezuela first launched a vaccination program against Govt-19 through the Russian vaccine Sputnik V and Chinese Synopharm. The country received the first batch of vaccines on September 7 through the WHO Kovacs program, which guarantees access to vaccines in poorer countries, with a 700,000 dose of Chinese synovial vaccine, in the planned 12 million.
8:40 p.m. Employees feel little reward for their efforts during a crisis. The majority of employees, rather than the private sector, believe that their commitment during the Govt crisis was not recognized at its reasonable value. Two HR professionals, Bruno Medling, founder of the company Titles (formerly HRD Orange) and Stephanie Sebach-Signoret, HRD of a company that has been transferred to 80% Delivery, react. Read here.
8:21 p.m. United Kingdom: New support for post-epidemic employment. The Conservative Party says British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak will release more than 500 500 million (4 584 million) in subsidies on Monday for work after the end of the partial unemployment program used during the epidemic.
This envelope aims to support unemployment, unemployed people over the age of 50, young workers or “hundreds of thousands” of low-wage workers, referring to the party in power, meeting in Congress until Wednesday in Manchester (North West England).
8:09 p.m. 74% of employees no longer want to wear a mask in a company. According to a survey conducted by Ipsos-Sopra Steria for Le Parisien-Today in France, the majority of employees want their company to allow the mask to be removed from the home. 67% say they support a health pass! Read here.
7:48 p.m. Anti-Govt vaccines in the sky? Medicine opens Nobel season. Have the pioneers of the new messenger RNA vaccine against Covit-19 or the hitherto forgotten twins forgotten? The Nobel Prize in Medicine begins this Monday with the vast potential of the prestigious awards for the 2021 season.
For the 120th anniversary of the awards, prizes may be awarded for advances against breast cancer, specialists in cell transplantation, new ways of treating rheumatism, epigenetics champions or resistance to antibiotics.
7:29. A month before climate-critical COP26 threatens the sky. A month before COP26, Climate Leaders on all sides are rushing to act quickly and vigorously to prevent a “catastrophic” global warming, but amid the anger of the Govt-19 crisis and the vulnerability of the most vulnerable, the negotiations’ storm declares.
States around the world should hold talks in Glasgow, Scotland from October 31 to November 12 and be more committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
7:08 p.m. In Afghanistan, the entire health care system is on the brink of collapse. In Kabul, it is enough to finance the country’s main Govt hospital for a few more weeks. Like most health infrastructure in the country, it must be shut down so that international grants, which operate in the past, are not withdrawn.
“In a month, we can do nothing for our Kovit patients or our teams,” said Freiba Assisi, a doctor at the Afghanistan-Japan Hospital in Kabul, and Kovit Revitalization, the only company in the city with sophisticated services.
6:59 p.m. Russia: New daily death record. Amid a fourth wave of epidemics that have increased tenfold due to the delta variation and a very laborious vaccination campaign, Russia holds the new record for daily deaths due to Govt-19.
In the last 24 hours, 890 deaths have been reported by the virus, according to government records. This week, the country has already broken its daily death record four times. The total number now officially stands at 209,918 deaths, making Russia the most miserable country in Europe.
6:45 p.m. Mask at school: Here is a list of 47 departments that are no longer mandatory from this Monday. In these areas where the virus is less contagious, all students from CB to CM2 can drop the mask from this morning. Measurements will be raised in some companies that are open to the public. You can find our menu here.
6:40 am Fears in the United States. According to the Associated Press, hospitals in New England in the northwest of the country have been experiencing a worrying increase in hospital admissions for several days. Hospital staff have urged people to be vaccinated to prevent further spread of the disease due to the delta variation.
6:35 p.m. 9 new deaths in the last 24 hours in France. A total of 116,798 people have died since the outbreak.
6.30 am Opposition between disappointment and determination. As the weekly mobilization steam against the past is over, many activists are wondering about the effectiveness of the protests. Other methods of struggle are also being considered. Evidence.
6:20 p.m. New hospital statistics in France. In France there are currently 7,308 people hospitalized due to the Covit-19 infection, according to Public Health France, 7,294 the previous day and 7,994 seven days ago. 1,326 patients were treated in intensive care, up from 1,325 the previous day and 1,577 seven days earlier.
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