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Pyrenees-Orientales: Incidence rate exceeds 300 cases per 100,000 population
According to figures from the Public Health France, the incidence rate in the Pyrenees-Oriental region this Sunday evening was over 300 cases per 100,000 people.
The department is erupting a real epidemic. New local regulations have already been adopted.
Govt has 12,532 new cases in France in the last 24 hours
In the last 24 hours, 12,532 new cases of Covit-19 have been reported in France, according to the latest figures from health officials. This is the third day in a row that 10,000 cases have crossed the threshold.
The number of patients in intensive care is steady, with 891 people admitted to the hospital this Sunday, or 9 new additions as of Saturday.
Pyrenees-Orientales: Bars and restaurants will close at 11pm tonight
As of Sunday, July 18, bars, restaurants, beach companies, makeshift drinking water companies and nightclubs in the Pyrenees-Oriental are expected to close at 11pm.
The new measure will apply until August 2 to curb the spread of delta variation in the sector where the number of cases is exploding.
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Bordeaux: A bunch identified after several evenings at a nightclub
According to a recent report by ARS Nouvelle-Aquitaine, at least 35 people signed with Covit-19 after several evenings where hundreds of participants gathered.
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Olympic Games: The most rigorous mechanisms in the relationship between athletes
Ahead of the start of the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo on July 23, the International Olympic Committee sent out stern recommendations to all delegates to prevent the spread of the corona virus. With these guidelines, freedom of action and movement for athletes and staff in Japan will be greatly reduced.
For example, the IOC recommends “avoiding any unnecessary contact, including braces, hand compartments or handshakes.” Atmosphere. As with eating “within two meters of each other,” discussions about elevators should also be avoided.
THAILAND: Protesters have condemned the Prime Minister for managing the epidemic
Thailand police stops water cannons in Bangkok in Bangkok on Sunday against demonstrators to demand prime minister of Prime Minister Prayut San-O-San-San-Sanu, particularly the democracy movement, which they condemned the epidemic.
Faced with its worst Govt-19 since the outbreak, the kingdom records a record number of cases each day and more hospitals.
The government’s slowdown in vaccination has exacerbated criticism from all quarters as Thailand’s economy is increasingly paralyzed by stringent restrictions.
Senegal: Bus stops between cities
The National Bus Company in the Senate on Saturday announced that the resumption of Govt-19 in the country would disrupt communications between its cities.
Tucker operator Dem Dick said in a statement that all buses providing links between cities in Senegal would stop running from Sunday, with no “dangerous information” available on Saturday evening.
Senegal, home to 16 million people, is facing an upsurge in pollution. The health ministry said on Saturday that 1,366 new cases had been reported in the past 24 hours, more than double the number of cases seen in the middle of last week.
First home in the Tokyo Olympic Village
Five days before the start of the Olympics, organizers found two athletes affected in the Olympic Village, one day before the announcement of the first positive case – a member of the administration – at this gigantic symbol home of sports.
All three contaminants are concerned with being “one country and one sport” and without details, a spokesman for the organizing committee revealed Sunday.
So the two positive athletes and their teammate “were isolated in their room and Tokyo-2020 feeds them” continued the same source, while their “close contacts have been identified”.
These “contacts” were immediately subjected to nasopharyngeal tests, in addition to the participants’ daily saliva control in the games, they had to “eat in their room, train separately and take separate transport,” explained Pierre Tugri, deputy director of the Olympics. Sports at the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Boris Johnson was finally forced to completely isolate himself
In the communications case, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced to isolate himself before removing restrictions related to the epidemic on Monday, which was renamed “Independence Day”.
The latter and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak “were contacted by the public health service because they were in contact with someone who tested positive for the cove,” a Downing Street spokesman said in a statement. Health Minister Sajid Javed on Saturday announced a positive test for Govt-19.
Spokesmen Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak pointed out that they would escape complete isolation because “they will participate in a pilot program of daily screenings”, which “allows them to continue working from Downing Street”.
“The epidemic dynamic is clearly strong,” Warrior warns
Quoted in an article on Sunday newspaper As of today, Solidarity and Health Minister Oliver Warren warns that the health situation in the country is deteriorating day by day.
“The epidemic dynamic is clearly stronger than previous waves, even if we start from the bottom,” he explains. “R2 may be reached, which confirms the strong epidemic of delta variability, thus doubling the number of new cases every five days,” he adds.
He was not the only one showing his concern. “It’s time to see the reality face to face,” one of the executive’s advisers told the Sunday Weekly magazine.
Who are the protesters against the vaccine and the Health Pass who marched on Saturday?
Among far-right political figures, yellow underwear and concerned citizens, this Saturday’s march welcomed protesters from a variety of backgrounds.
About 114,000 people protested across France, according to Interior Ministry figures.
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Anthony Fossy believes that “eradicating smallpox is not possible with current misinformation.”
After the first wave of the Govt-19 vaccine across the country, the pace in the United States has plummeted, with cases increasing in some states.
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In 24 hours, 10,949 contaminated cases have been identified
According to figures released by Public Health France on Saturday, 10,949 new cases of Covit-19 contamination have been identified in 24 hours.
The hospital is expected to reduce 16 deaths due to the virus, bringing the number of people infected with the virus to 111,496 since the beginning of the health crisis.
About 114,000 protesters against health measures in France
Saturday was marked by a strong mobilization everywhere in France against health measures.
About 114,000 protesters marched in several French cities, according to Interior Ministry figures. In Paris, at least three rallies took place.
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