New measures, new reports and highlights: an update on the latest development of the Kovid-19 epidemic worldwide.
– International travel: London unveils new rules –
Encouraged by improving health conditions in the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday revealed his strategy and pressure to partially open the borders and allow the British to sunbathe after a long limited winter. Answered.
The British were forced to stay indoors for a longer period of time and, wishing to go abroad in summer this year, they had to classify countries according to the progress of their vaccinations, their rate of contamination or the presence of variations. A traffic light system should present a bother.
– Portugal: Museums, café roofs and colleges reopen –
Museums, colleges and café roofs reopened in Portugal on Monday, more than two months after their closure, the second phase of a gradual decontamination plan to avoid the resumption of the Kovid-19 pandemic in the country. Gives a tough competition to.
Primary schools had already reopened on 15 March.
– Greece: reopening of shops –
Despite still worrisome figures for the Kovid-19 epidemic, Greece allowed most stores to reopen on Monday.
However, the authority does not apply to Thessaloniki and the country’s second and third largest cities, particularly those affected by the virus.
– Iran: Most infections for four months –
Iran has the highest number of Kovid-19s for four months, and the capital Tehran has been placed on maximum health alert, the Ministry of Health announced on Monday.
A spokesman for the ministry said that in the last 24 hours, there were 13,890 new confirmation cases in testing centers across the country. This is the highest number of infection cases since 4 December.
– India: Record number of cases, ban in Bombay –
India’s worst state by Coronavirus, which includes Bombay’s Megalopolis, imposed new restrictions on Monday, as the country recorded more than 100,000 new cases for the first time in 24 hours.
– Peru: A third positive presidential candidate –
Former professional footballer George Forsyth became the third Peruvian presidential candidate to test positive for Kovid-19 a week before the vote.
– North of France: AstraZeneca surprised –
Fearing the ill effects of elected officials and doctors in the area alerted during the Easter weekend, the dose of AstraZeneca vaccine has not been received in vaccination centers in northern France.
– More than 2.8 million dead –
The worldwide epidemic has killed more than 2,853,908 people since the end of December 2019, according to an assessment established by the news agency AFP from Monday in the middle of the day.
The United States is the most bereaved country with 555,001 dead, ahead of Brazil (331,433), Mexico (204,147), India (165,101) and the United Kingdom (126,836).
These figures are underestimated globally. They are based on daily reports of national health officials, without including reassessments based on statistical bases.
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