October 25, 2021


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Global Infection Update

Posted on Friday, July 30, 2021 at 1:56 pm.

New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.

– Manila area restructured –

The Philippines, the second worst-hit country in Southeast Asia, is preparing to rehabilitate 13 million people in the Manila area early next week.

Restaurants and joint meetings are subject to immediate ban, while the two-week lockout begins on August 6th.

– Japan: Extended Emergency –

The Japanese government on Friday decided to extend the state of emergency in Tokyo to three neighboring provinces (Kanawaka, Saitama and Siba), and to Osaka (west).

The Japanese government on Friday approved the use of the Astrogene vaccine for people 40 and older, as cases erupted and a large number of vaccine devices were available. So far only vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have been used in the country.

– China: Zero Govt policy threatened –

China, which has detained millions of residents who are spreading the delta strain in violation of the vaccine, faces an epidemic recovery that threatens the policy of Govt zero cases.

The resurgence of pollution, which is still very low, currently affects five provinces and the city of Beijing.

– Vaccine: The Third Dose in Israel –

Israel on Friday launched a campaign to provide a third dose of the vaccine to those over 60 years of age.

New President Isaac Herzog and his wife wanted to lead by first administering this third Pfizer / Bioentech dose.

Benjamin Netanyahu, now the leader of the opposition, also received a third dose.

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– Relaxation of barriers favors variations –

Reducing gestures such as wearing a mask and reducing physical distance during non-vaccination of the general population significantly increases the risk of developing anti-vaccine strains of the corona virus, a team of researchers said in a study released Friday. Many European countries.

– Eurozone returns to growth –

According to figures released by Eurostat on Friday, the European economy has benefited from the improvement of the vaccine against Govt-19 and the gradual removal of health restrictions.

The euro area gross domestic product (GDP) recovered 2% from the previous quarter, after two consecutive quarters of decline in two quarters.

– Leave for vaccine Czech officials –

The Czech government offers two additional vacations for every civil servant vaccinated against Kovit-19 from January 1.

– Military reinforcements in Sydney –

Authorities said on Friday that about 300 soldiers would be stationed on Sydney’s streets in the coming days to ensure compliance with control in Australia’s largest city.

The work, which could begin Monday evening, will mainly involve house-to-house operations to check if people are actually stuffed.

– More than 4.2 million deaths

The epidemic has killed at least 4,202,179 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to an AFP report from official sources at 10:00 GMT on Friday.

The United States has the highest mortality rate (612,122) compared to Brazil (554,497), India (423,217), Mexico (239,997) and Peru (196,214).

Taking into account the high number of deaths directly and indirectly linked to Covit-19, the WHO estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than officially established.

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