January 22, 2022

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More than 200,000 cases reported in 24 hours in the United Kingdom, one million in the United States

The number of contaminants explodes due to the Omigron variant. The current center of the epidemic and the first area involved, Europe is facing unprecedented levels of pollution. In total, more than 100 million cases have been reported since the virus was discovered in December 2019. Across the Atlantic, the tide is strong.

The Covit-19 epidemic has killed at least 5.4 million people worldwide since December 2019, according to a report established by Agence France-Presse (AFP) on Tuesday, January 4, from largely underestimated official sources. According to these sources, the United States is the saddest country with 828,000 officially registered deaths, followed by Brazil (619,000), India (482,000) and Russia (312,000). The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that excess deaths are directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, and that the number of epidemics may be two to three times higher than the official record, with 10 to 15 million deaths.

  • More than 200,000 cases have been reported in the United Kingdom in twenty-four hours

The United Kingdom on Tuesday, for the first time, registered more than 200,000 cases of Covit-19 pollution. According to figures released by the government, 218,724 positive tests have been identified in twenty-four hours. The intensification of pressure on hospitals has reached unprecedented numbers.

The saddest country in Europe, where 148,941 people died, counted 48 more deaths on Tuesday. More than 14,000 people were hospitalized with Covit-19 on Tuesday, including nearly 2,000 new additions. Hospital admissions are much lower than last winter’s waves. The number of ventilator patients and the number of deaths have been increasing slightly so far.

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However, the increase in cases associated with the highly contagious Omigran variant results in strikes in many sectors, particularly in the health sector. At least six hospitals were notified on Tuesday “Important Incidents”, I.e. the situation will affect priority care.

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The government has renewed its call for retired teachers to come as reinforcements there as a shortage of staff affects return to school after a holiday on Tuesday in the UK. The recovery also raises fears of further pollution. To prevent the spread of the corona virus, middle and high school students are tested in their institutions and must wear masks in class.

  • More than a million cases were reported in the United States on Monday

The United States, facing the worrying fifth wave of Govt-19 triggered by the Omigron variant, has registered more than a million cases over the long New Year’s weekend, according to U.S. data. Johns Hopkins University.

The number of cases reported over the twenty-four hours was 1,080,211 on Monday evening (Tuesday in Paris). However, this should be taken with caution because the number of cases registered on Monday is usually very high, especially after the three-day weekend, just like the New Year in the United States.

However, this is more than double the number of cases reported last Monday, with more than 489,000 infections registered by the university since the three-day Christmas weekend. The average number of cases in seven days is considered by experts to be the most significant, with nearly 486,000 daily cases on Monday evening.

  • Health “bubble” at the Beijing Olympics

A month before the tests began, the anti-Govt-19 health “bubble” was placed on Tuesday around the sites of the Beijing Winter Olympics.

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More rigorous health measures, including daily screening tests for Covit-19, will be used within the area. Chinese athletes and staff (volunteers, drivers, cooks, etc.) will not leave the Paralympic Games (March 4 to 13) after the isolation period.

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World with AFP