Since the World Health Organization (WHO) office in China reported the onset of the disease in late December 2019, the epidemic has killed at least 5,078,000 people worldwide, according to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO). Official Sources Friday, November 12th.
In the EU, the epidemic is once again serious. Considered as “Very annoying” In ten countries and “Trouble” Of the other ten, the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) said on Friday. Of the 27 member states, Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary and Slovenia are among the most concerned by the ECDC’s risk assessment in Stockholm.
Austrian president awaits parliamentary approval on Sunday, restraining non-vaccinated
Austrian President Alexander Schallenberg said on Friday that he was waiting Sunday for a parliamentary agreement to control people who have not been vaccinated or cured since Covit-19 as the country faces a rapid increase in cases. However, he did not specify a date for the action to take effect.
The regional state of Upper Austria and the city-state of Salzburg, which have experienced some high pollution rates, have already decided to restrict this from Monday. The move would have to be approved by parliament and a meeting of regional heads of state over the weekend for it to apply nationwide.
The health minister, Wolfgang Mückstein, announced on Friday that he would order health workers to be vaccinated. About 64% of people in Austria received two doses of the vaccine, which is lower than the European average of 67%. Mr. Scholenberg called this vaccination rate “Down with shame”.
New restrictions in Norway …
Faced with a strong relapse of the epidemic, Norway will re-introduce anti-Govt restrictions nationwide, especially by authorizing municipalities to use the health pass, the government announced on Friday. “However, we do not talk about drastic prevention or measures as we have seen before during epidemics.”, Said Prime Minister Jonas Kar Store.
At the end of September, the new head of government announced that the Scandinavian nation, which had lifted all restrictions, would offer a third dose of the vaccine to those over 18 years of age. Local restrictions have re-emerged in Norway in recent days, while the daily pollution level in the country of 5.4 million people is currently 1,500.
… as well as in Mauritius
Mauritius in the Indian Ocean on Friday imposed a series of new restrictions to deal with the rising tide of pollution, despite high vaccination rates. Prime Minister Pravind Jagnath announced the restrictions in a televised speech the day before, accusing those violating health norms of causing increasing infections. “State alone cannot fight against Govt-19 proliferation”, He declared.
Schools in Mauritius were closed earlier this week, with all classes conducted online, while bars and nightclubs were ordered to close and concerts and sports were suspended. The government controls the number of people who attend meetings, such as weddings and funerals, but the beaches remain open – although picnics are banned there.
Mauritius has fully reopened its borders to international tourists In early October, after a long months of shutdown due to the epidemic, it hopes to renew its tourism operations, which are essential to its economy.
According to the Health Watch Institute, “tough months” are coming in Germany
Germany, affected “At full speed” By the fourth wave of Govt-19, be ready “Tough Weeks and Months”, Lothar Wieler warned on Friday that Robert Koch, head of the health watchdog, was begging to tighten controls.
With cases of infection on the rise in many parts of the country in recent days, Mr Wheeler has warned: “We must assume that the situation throughout Germany will continue to deteriorate.” And this evolution “Can’t stop without new measures”, Warned.
Mr. Koch Some hospitals already have a tense situation, which is plagued by a shortage of nurses. He wants less contact in public places and urges Germans who have not been vaccinated – there is no compulsory vaccination in Germany – to finally take the plunge. About 67.4% of the population in the country received two doses of the vaccine, which is 75% far from the target.
A “partial imprisonment” is expected in the Netherlands
The Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte, who is facing registered pollution cases, is set to introduce new restrictions from Friday. “Area control” This winter in Western Europe.
Bars, restaurants and non-essential shops are expected to close at 7pm local time during the expected and three-week running activities, while teleworking should be encouraged, local media reported.
Public protests, including the World Cup qualifier between the Netherlands and Norway next week, are to be suppressed and football matches to be held behind closed doors. However, schools must be open and allowed to go outside the home.
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