Europe, especially Germany, Central Europe and the eastern part of the continent, is facing a significant decline in the epidemic situation. Some countries have begun to adopt new regulations in the face of this outbreak of the Govt-19 epidemic.
“If we continue on this path, we could see another half million deaths from Covit-19 in Europe,” the WHO Europe director warned last Thursday. This Friday, the European Center for Disease Control (ECDC) issued a warning that the situation in ten countries on the continent was “extremely worrying”: Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary and Slovenia.
For several weeks, Europe, especially Germany, has been experiencing a significant decline in the epidemic situation in Central Europe and the eastern part of the continent. In response to this rise in Govt-19 pollution, many countries are re-implementing control measures in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus.
The government announced on Friday that it was waiting for the green light of parliament on Sunday to control those who have not been vaccinated nationally or who have not recovered from Govt-19 in our Austrian neighbors.
“The purpose is clear: we would like to show a green light on Sunday for national control of the unvaccinated population,” said President Alexander Challengberg, without specifying a date for the measure to take effect.
The regional state of Upper Austria and the city-state of Salzburg have seen some high pollution rates and have already introduced this regulation since Monday. The Minister of Health, Wolfgang Muecstein, has also announced that he will order health workers to be vaccinated.
In the Netherlands, the health situation is worrisome, with records for the number of daily polluters, the administrator announced a new turn on the screw on Friday, with partial imprisonment for 3 weeks.
As of Saturday, essential stores such as bars, restaurants and supermarkets will be closed at 8pm and non-essential stores at 6pm.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte told a news conference that more than four dozen Dutch citizens should not stay in their homes and that “if this is not really possible, do telephone work.”
Public protests will be reduced next week, including the World Cup qualifiers between the Netherlands and Norway, and football matches will be held behind closed doors. However, schools are open and people are allowed to go out of the house.
The epidemic situation in Germany continues to worsen, where it crossed the bar of 50,000 new daily infections this week, a record since the outbreak began.
In the face of this outbreak, the country has begun to shift patients from the most affected areas, especially in the eastern part of the country, which is highly resistant to the vaccine.
Many German states have decided to reintroduce certain restrictions, especially targeting those who have not been vaccinated. As of Monday, Berlin will be barring them from entering non-terrace restaurants, bars, gymnasiums and hairdressing salons.
The Scandinavian government announced on Friday Re-introduction of anti-Govt, Especially by authorizing municipalities to use the health pass. Norway, which lifted all of its restrictions at the end of September, will offer a third dose of the vaccine for more than 18 years, except for imprisonment and harsher measures.
“The government wants to introduce new national measures to control the epidemic.
Non-vaccinated contact cases over the age of 18 have been ordered to be examined from November 16. The recommendation that non-vaccinated health workers should be checked twice a week and wear a mask and stay at home if symptoms persist has been re-established.
After almost two uninterrupted months, The Denmark to reintroduce Health Pass due to sharp increase in the number of Govit-19 patients, The Prime Minister announced on Monday.
“The Commission for Epidemiology has recommended that the government classify corona as a ‘disease-threatening community’ and re-impose corona. The government will follow this recommendation,” Mete Frederickson told a news conference.
Health bass should be reintroduced especially in bars and restaurants and nightclubs and should be mandatory from the age of 15. Denmark, the forerunner of the health pass introduced in the spring, canceled it on September 10, when the number of new cases was four times lower than today’s figures. The bill will be tabled in Parliament on Tuesday.
Within a week of the re-introduction of measures against Kovit-19, Iceland will be strengthening its device from midnight this Friday in the face of infection records over the past few days.
In detail, the limit for public meetings has been reduced from 500 to 50, the size of swimming pools and arenas has now been set at 75% of maximum capacity and the opening hours of bars, restaurants and nightclubs have been reduced. Extra hours, closing at 10pm
In practice for at least three weeks, these activities have been very restricted since May.
In early November, the Greek National Public Health Organization (Eody) announced new measures to control the epidemic. Until then, health passes were mandatory only in limited places. Now it is used to access restaurants and outdoor cafes.
By the end of October, the Hungarian government – as in other Eastern Europe, the situation continued to deteriorate – paving the way for compulsory vaccination of staff and workers by authorities, while the number of Kovit-19 pollutants had reached a record high. Not seen since spring.
“Companies may now need to vaccinate employees,” Gerkeli Giulius, chief executive of Sovereign Prime Minister Victor Orban, told a news conference.
He said useless stations should be “put on unpaid leave and fired after one year” and would be a role model for “the government as an employer” and called on local officials to do the same. Wearing a mask has been mandatory on public transport since November 1.
In the Czech Republic, it was decided at the end of October to tighten health restrictions and regulations.
Therefore, from October 25, it will be mandatory to wear the mask at home, including in the workplace, and from November 1, restaurants, clubs and discos will be required to verify vaccination certificates, tests or evidence of recovery from their customers.
From the same date, the validity period of the tests is reduced and a fee is charged to encourage people to be vaccinated.
This is definitely the most dangerous country in Eastern Europe. Russia returned to normalcy on Monday after a national non-working week ordered by authorities to prevent the spread of the corona virus, while the country continues to record tens of thousands of new infections and more than a thousand deaths.
President Vladimir Putin has ordered a non-working period from October 30 to November 7 to break the chains of pollution in the most miserable country in Europe.
Most Russian regions have decided not to extend these measures, and only some areas, including Novgorod (northwest) or Tomsk (Siberia), have decided to extend them by a week.
Latvia, affected by Govt-19 injuries, declared a three-month health emergency on November 1.
Under the new regulatory measures, the mask will be mandatory in all buildings open to the public, and any employee in the public domain must be vaccinated by November 15.
Those who are not vaccinated will only be allowed to buy their food and other essentials from designated stores and only stores that are deemed essential will be allowed to open on weekends. All Latvians are encouraged to practice delivery as much as possible.
On Twitter, Prime Minister Chris Johns said, “I urge you not to gather, not to visit and not to cut your contacts.
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