AFP, Released Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 3:33 p.m.
New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.
– USA: Pfizer applies for accreditation for 5-11 year olds –
The Pfizer / Bioendech Alliance announced on Tuesday that it has submitted the results of the Covit-19 vaccine test to children between the ages of 5 and 11 to the U.S. Pharmaceutical Corporation and plans to file a formal request for accreditation for this age group in the coming weeks. “
– NBA star LeBron James will not insist on vaccination –
“Everyone has a choice to do what they think is right for them and their family”: NBA superstar LeBron James Cowit-19 has been vaccinated but refuses to encourage anyone like him because he believes it’s not his role on Tuesday during Lakers’ “media day” Said.
– United Airlines: 593 non-vaccinated employees laid off –
United Airlines told all employees in the United States in early August to be vaccinated against Covit-19, announcing that it was prepared to lay off 593 people who did not provide evidence of their injection. More than 99% of employees have chosen to be vaccinated.
– Sanofi stops development of its ambassador RNA vaccine –
Sanofi, a French pharmaceutical group, does not market an ambassador RNA vaccine against Covit-19, relying on its other booster vaccine candidate in development, but wants to use this new technology against other viruses.
Sanofi believes its messenger RNA vaccine is coming too late in the market.
– Vaccines: South African president condemns arrogance –
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday called on the World Trade Organization (WTO) to provide emergency relief to intellectual property rights for vaccines and other medical technologies used against Govt because poor countries are low in size.
“The world is now experiencing the debilitating effects of inequality in global production systems. As human intelligence has developed many safe and effective Govt-19 vaccines, the human recession and male self-centered access to these vaccines for many people around the world is severely limited,” he said.
– Record of deaths in Russia, cases in Serbia –
Russia on Tuesday set a new record of daily deaths from Kovit-19, 852 deaths, the vaccine is difficult and there are no control measures despite the wave of delta variation.
Serbia recorded more than 8,100 new infections on Tuesday, a record since the outbreak, but authorities have not imposed any restrictions on the outbreak.
– Emergency ends in Japan –
Japan will emerge from a state of emergency imposed in July in one part of the country in the face of the epidemic, Prime Minister Yoshihit Suka announced on Tuesday, while health conditions have improved significantly in recent weeks.
The current restrictions, which mainly include the closure of pubs and restaurants ahead of time, include alcohol and event organizers not to restrict the number of spectators, which were introduced in mid-July before the Tokyo Olympics.
– ft: N’Golo Content positif –
Chelsea midfielder N’Colo Conte has tested positive and his coach announced on Tuesday that he will miss the Champions League match against Juventus on Wednesday, a week before the Blues’ next game against Belgium.
– More than 4.75 million people died –
The United States was the worst hit with 692,501 deaths, followed by Brazil (595,446), India (447,373), Mexico (275,676) and Russia (205,531).
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than the number of deaths directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19.
“Pop culture practitioner. Award-winning tv junkie. Creator. Devoted food geek. Twitter lover. Beer enthusiast.”