Worldwide canceled flights have risen to 8,000 since the Friday before Christmas and governments are evaluating possible additional restrictions to prevent infections
December 27, 2021
omicron throwsshadow on new year, With the version spreading rapidly on a global scale, it’s still travel chaos: they’ve increased 8 thousand flights canceled worldwide From the Friday before Christmas, more governments are evaluating any additional restrictions to prevent infection. In the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson’s government has decided not to introduce new measures for England before the new year, while in France the government – concerned by a record of more than 100,000 deaths on Saturday – has instituted a ‘vaccination pass’. has started. That would require vaccination to enter the premises and that it would no longer be enough to test negative. But they have decided that there will be no curfew on New Year’s Eve. Meanwhile, Israel has launched a study for a fourth dose of the vaccine, the first of its kind in the world: delivered to 150 members of the medical staff who received boosters in August, at Sheba Medical Center, outside Tal Aviv Was. Fourth dose of Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine.
In United Kingdom The situation will be odd. For England, indeed, The government has not decided on further restrictions, reserving the right to adopt them in January.or. In the words of British Health Minister Sajid Javid, “party outside if you can, ventilate indoors if you can” and “please be alert” and “take a quick test”. While Wales and Northern Ireland have initiated the closure of nightclubs from Sunday, Scotland has joined the measure today.
In France The news came from the Health Defense Council, chaired by Emmanuel Macron in the afternoon in Elysee, and later from the extraordinary meeting of the Council of Ministers: Despite the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and the surge in cases of the Omicron variant, the government has decided not to impose a curfew on New Year’s Eve., and the start of the school year will not be postponed and will remain Be expected For January 3 but the government is looking at vaccination passes on the Italian model. In order to have access to restaurants, bars, museums, theatres, media libraries, seminars and fairs, sports halls, sports facilities and shows, it will be necessary to prove that you have been vaccinated, testing will no longer be sufficient. After getting approval from the Parliament, this new rule will come into effect from January 15. From January 3, events will be allowed a maximum of 2,000 people indoors and 5,000 people outdoors, with some city centers having prefects and mayors able to order outdoor masks, and “from the start of the school year for a further period of three”. For the week, in all companies and for all employees for whom it is possible, the use of teleworking will be made mandatory, at least three days a week, four days if possible”, announced Prime Minister Jean Castex. In addition, following the recommendation of the Haute Autorité de Sainte, it will be possible to receive a booster dose of the anti-covid vaccine in France no later than 3 months from tomorrow.
there too Greece Has opted not to impose restrictions on New Year’s Eve: Measures – such as high-security mask obligations on public transport and supermarkets, closing of entertainment venues at midnight, extension of remote work to the public sector – starting 3 January Will happen . The fear was that if the measures were already in place, they would lead to more private meetings indoors.
In Poland Now closed nightclubs will be allowed to reopen on New Year’s Eve and Russia will also have some restrictions that evening. Unlike in Belgium, new measures are in place from today, with cinemas and concert halls closed while families are on holiday. Ale’Netherlands There is already a lockdown from Sunday 19 December and will be there till 14 January.
related to United States of america, where a mandatory vaccination requirement for private company employees goes into effect in New York today, with Anthony Fauci warning that “it will get worse before it gets better”. “We don’t expect things to change in a few days or a week. Chances are it will take longer, but it’s unpredictable,” he told ABC.
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