New measures, new reports and highlights: an update on the latest development of the Kovid-19 epidemic worldwide.
Experts warned on Saturday that the vaccine would not end if vaccines were not delivered quickly and fairly in all countries.
While many countries are considering the implementation of a vaccine passport before resuming international travel, the authors of this open letter published in The Lancet believe that the accumulation of vaccine supplements in the richest countries prolongs the health crisis. Can drag.
Peru is facing its second wave of Kovid-19, with 14,333 hospitalized patients with records of hospitals associated with coronovirus declared by the Ministry of Health.
According to official figures, in the last 24 hours, there have been 213 new admissions, bringing the total number of hospitalized patients to 14,333. The previous record, 14,181, was reached on 17 August. The number of pollution and deaths has quadrupled compared to the end of December.
President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday warned of a “fourth wave” of Kovid-19 in Iran, after an increase in the number of cases in some areas.
After being contaminated for several weeks in some towns in Khuzestan province in the country’s southwest, there are now “red” areas, he warned.
Iran is the country in the Middle East most vulnerable to the coronovirus epidemic, with approximately 59,000 deaths out of more than 1.5 million people.
Particularly with the progress of the South African version, a French department in the epidemic (France), which is in the grip of the epidemic, schools remain open and no local imprisonment, announcing current measures to “date enough”, Officials announced Saturday.
According to a report established on Saturday by AFP from official sources, the worldwide epidemic has killed more than 2.38 million people since late December 2019.
After the United States (480,902 dead), the most bereaved countries are Brazil (237,489), Mexico (172,557), India (155,550) and the United Kingdom (116,287).
The number of victims is globally underestimated. It is based on daily reports from national health officials, but does not include postdivisions amended by statistical organizations.