December 1, 2021


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  • In France, Last review In 24 hours, 6,709 people were hospitalized due to Covit-19 Sunday, up from 6,572 a week earlier. 1,101 are in intensive care compared to 1,046 seven days ago.
  • Pollution increase accelerates in France: As of Saturday and Sunday evening, 8,547 positive cases had been identified, up from 6,329 last Sunday. In Great Britain, 30,305 new infections were reported in 24 hours.
  • Emmanuel Macron is scheduled to speak at 8 p.m., Especially with regard to health status.
  • School students from 39 departments return to school, Before the holiday they were able to remove the mask inside.

Follow the events of the day live:

8:44 p.m. Vaccinating 5-11 year olds is emptiness. “It was not imagined in a very short time, we did not exclude anything, but we are very careful,” Jean-Michel Blanker, of France Info. The United States, which started the vaccination campaign among this general population, faces a particular problem because of the “obesity problem” of many children.

8:39 p.m. CO2 is empty in the sensors. The Minister of National Education confirms that they are “gradually spreading” and that the state refunds local communities 50 euros per sensor, which can be purchased for 50 to 150 euros. if not? “Okay, the CO2 sensor is check, you have to open the window and stir the air anyway. Sensors have an educational value, including when the crisis is over. ”

8:33 p.m. In 39 departments the mask is vacant on return. “It is undesirable for everyone to return to the most serious matter. We all want to remove the mask and I hope everyone understands that it is necessary,” said Jean-Michel Blanker, Minister of Education in France. .

8:30 p.m. Relaxations tomorrow in New Zealand. The capital, Auckland, has been closed for nearly three months; Last week, 150 pollutants were reported there daily. But “Auckland scored 90% for the first dose and 80% for the second dose over the weekend, and there are still a few weeks to go before 90% for the double dose,” Jacinta Artern said. “Therefore, when we increase these fees further, we will facilitate re-opening,” the Prime Minister declared. From tomorrow, retail stores and shopping centers, libraries, museums and zoos will be able to reopen. Outdoor meetings will be reduced from a maximum of 10 to 25. But gyms and theaters are closed, and many Aucklanders continue to work from home.

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8:20 p.m. Hospital in tension. “Percentages we should be wary of, but there are twice as many closed beds as there were before the health crisis, due to staff shortages,” admits Frederic Vallettux, president of the French Hospitals Federation. “An additional 25,000 nurses and nursing assistants will be needed.” Young people should be made to want to go to the hospital. “For almost 8 years we have been investing less in the hospital and we like it,” he said.

8:15 p.m. Book the weekend for the 3rd dose in France. 60,000 appointments were made for the third dose vaccine at Doctolip on Saturday and Sunday. Last weekend, 23,000 seats were booked as before.

8 hours. Zero deaths yesterday in Japan, 15 months on. According to the national broadcaster NHK, there have been no daily deaths from Kovit-19 in Japan. Before Sunday, August 2, 2020, there had not been a single day without the death of Govt-19. On Saturday, three deaths were reported. More than 18,000 deaths have been reported in the country during epidemics.

7:50 am Vaccination for specialists in Switzerland. The vaccination campaign that allows ski resorts to open in Switzerland begins today.

7.40 am. European continent struggling with delta. The virus continues to infect 50 million people every 90 days due to the highly contagious delta variation. According to a Reuters analysis, infections are still on the rise in 55 of the world’s 240 countries. One million new infections are reported every four days in European countries. Leading: Russia, Ukraine and Greece.

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7:30 p.m. In Qantas, Australia. To this day, Qantas airline employees have the opportunity to be vaccinated.

7:20 am Worries again in Germany. In 24 hours, the Robert Koch Institute detected 15,513 new pollutants, up from 23,543 the previous day. But the incidence rate measuring the number of new corona virus cases per 100,000 people in Germany reached 201.1 on Monday in the last seven days, a record since the outbreak began a year and a half ago (last record was 197.6 in December 22, 2020). The vaccination rate in the country has stagnated below 70%.

7 hours. Australia launches recall campaign for all adults. After months of skating, the vaccination campaign has been hit hard by the Delta wave in the country’s largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, since July. Sydney-based New South Wales will pass 90% of those over the age of 16 who receive a double dose. After several months of strict restrictions, there is no limit to the number of people a person can entertain at home, and the number of restaurants and entertainment venues has increased. Grounds can operate at full capacity.

6:50 am Iran’s most famous cartoonist dies of Govt disease. Gambis Terampaksh, famous for his satirical cartoons in the modern world, died at the age of 79 from complications of Govt-19. Iranian media reported that he had gone missing last night.

6h40. From Cuba. Cuban authorities are set to release on Monday the results of the Abdala vaccine against Govt-19 for children aged 3 to 18.

6.30am Masked school students. They only fired him for two weeks. Here is a list of 39 areas where indoor masking is mandatory for students from CP to CM2: Ain, Hautes-Alpes, Ardennes, Aveyron, Cher, Correze, Haute-Corse, Côtes-d’Armor, Creuse, Drôme, Eure -et-Loir, Gers, Ille-et-Vilaine, Indre-et-Loire, Isère, Loir-et-Cher, Haute-Loire, Loire-Atlantique, Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, Maine-et-Loire, Morbihan, Moselle, North, Oise, Pyrenees-Atlantics, Hots-Pyrenees, Pyrenees-Orientales, Boss-Rin, Hot-Rin, Sarde, Savoy, Sean-Ed-Marne, Dukes-Chevrolet, Torn-, Wendy & Vienne.

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6:20 p.m. Direction America. As of today, there are no restrictions on entry into U.S. soil for travelers who have been fully vaccinated against Govt-19. They have been in force for 20 months. By air, proof of vaccination and a negative test within three days are required. For the land route, those coming from Canada or Mexico for non-essential reasons should be vaccinated; Those who come for compelling reasons like truck drivers are exempt until the beginning of January.

6:10 p.m. Demonstrations in Morocco. In Morocco, especially in Rabat, Tangier and Casablanca, there were several protests yesterday against the government-implemented anti-Govt vaccination permit. In Rabat, about twenty protesters were arrested.

6 hours. Hello and welcome to this live. Follow the news about Govit and its consequences with us as an epidemic is confirmed to be coming back in France.