UK Coronavirus Live: Entering the first weekend of England lockdown, England has imposed a travel ban on visitors from Denmark due to minstrain.

All non-British national or resident travelers entering or entering Denmark within the last 14 days will be denied entry into the UK.

Transport Minister Grant Shaps announced the move shortly after 10 a.m. GMT on Saturday.

The move comes after England entered its first weekend since the new lockdown announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson took effect on Thursday.

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French coronavirus death toll exceeds 40,000

According to the Ministry of Health, the total number of deaths in France from Covid-19 has risen to 40,000 for the first time.

The new death toll from the disease has risen to 40,1699, with 227,660 people in 306 hospitals in the last 24 hours, the outbreak said in its daily report.


The case grew in India

In the last 24 hours, 50,356 new coronavirus infections have been reported in India, with more than 7,000 cases reported in New Delhi on Saturday.

After reaching over one lakh per day in mid-September, the country has seen an overall stable immersion in positive areas.

The government warned that the situation could worsen due to festival shopping in the capital and crowds of people in the market for high air pollution levels.

The number of confirmed cases in India has crossed 6.4 million, with the United States being the second highest in the world after the United States. The health ministry said 577 people had been killed on Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths to 125,562.


Samba returns to Rhea de Janeiro

After months of coronavirus-induced inactivity, the legendary samba scene in Rio de Janeiro is temporarily revived, with people making a living relying on traditional traditional Afro-Brazilian music genres.

At a recent event in Rio, a small crowd gathered to hear Moses Loose, one of the city’s most well-known samba stars, highlighted that difficult new reality: social distance, dancing, patching presence.

“Everyone has to learn that now it’s a different ‘roda de samba,'” Luz said, referring to the so-called samba circles, one of the foundations of the culture.

Last month, amid a decline in coronavirus cases, the city government of Rio unveiled the BB phase of its gradual reopening, allowing outdoor samba events. The nightclubs, however, are closed.

So, do samba schools too. In normal years, thirteen samba schools parade through Rio’s sambadrome in front of 90,000 fans before the carnival celebrations.

The following year, though, samba schools delayed the world-famous parade, due to be held in February 2021. The Independent Samba League, Liasa did not give a new date for the festival, saying it would depend on a vaccine.


Death has descended in Italy

Italy has registered 39,611 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, the health ministry said on Saturday, the highest daily number in the country and an increase of 37,609 on Friday.

The ministry reported 425 deaths related to Covid-19, down from 446 the previous day.

A total of 41,06363 people have now died in Italy due to Covid-19, which has registered about 902,490 crore virus infections since its outbreak.

Central to the Italian business capital Milan, the northern region of Lombardy stood as the worst-hit area, with 11,489 new cases filed against 9,9934 on Saturday.

The neighboring Piedmont region was the second-largest victim, with 4,377 cases compared to 4,778 the previous day.


Hundreds are taking part in anti-lockdown protests in Brighton

Hundreds of people in Brighton took part in anti-lockdown protests.

George Taylor, 21, who lives in the area, said he was “very concerned” to see 150 to 200 people walking together to protest without masks.

“They told me to take off the mask with the speakers at the Brighton Sea border, calling it an embarrassment, to get your freedom back,” a call center worker told the PA news agency.

“It’s ridiculous to see people protesting against masks. I’m surprised there were a lot of people in Brighton like us who are usually very liberal and help each other in times of need.

“Hopefully, this is the last time … and the organizers are fined otherwise we may not be able to lockdown if many continue to do so.”


Why are citizens being arrested in Denmark?

More than 1.17 million min will be slaughtered after several Danes were found to have been infected with a modified strain of Covid-19 attached to animals.

Here is what we know about Min-related coronavirus outbreaks.

Why are citizens being arrested in Denmark?

More than 1.17 million min will be slaughtered after several Danes were found to have been infected with a modified strain of Covid-19 attached to animals.


The number of coronavirus cases in the UK has risen by about 25,000 and 411 people have died from the virus

The government says 24,957 people in the UK have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours. Another 413 people died of the virus.


Scots returning from Denmark must isolate themselves for 14 days after a widespread coronavirus outbreak in the country’s mink farms.

Scottish Justice Secretary Hamza Youssef said: “These measures are a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of various forms of coronavirus, which we are still in the early stages of learning.

“The decision was made in clinical consultation to further protect public health and protect communities.”

Dr Gregor Smith, Scotland’s chief medical officer, said: “This is a new strain and it is appropriate that we err on the side of caution.

“We do not want to see this strain transmitted in this country and it is imperative that anyone who has recently traveled from Denmark and their family become self-isolated for 14 days and follow the guidelines issued by the Scottish Government. If necessary they should contact NHS 24


Another 233 people who tested positive for coronavirus died at a hospital in England

The NHS England reported on Saturday that the total daily deaths at the hospital reached 34,3744.

Patients were between the ages of 39 and 100. All but nine of the 39- and 88-year-olds had underlying health conditions.

The deaths occurred between May 14 and November.

Sixteen deaths have been reported without any positive results from the Covid-19 test.


The director of the Public Health Wells incident commented on the carnavirus outbreak, when the country put an end to the outbreak of fire.

Double Chris Williams, Director of Public Health Wales in response to the coronavirus outbreak, said: “Public Health Wales will work with the Welsh Government to monitor the impact of the rules that will come into force at the end of the current 9 August fire crack.

“We urge people to take personal responsibility for their actions and to ensure that we all do our best to limit coronavirus infection.”

“Before this weekend Sunday, we are reminding the public that a maximum of 30 people, including the organizers of the event, may be involved in the outdoor commemoration this weekend.

“Indoor services are not allowed, so we ask people to be responsible for paying tribute to those who lost their lives in the war.

“Travelers from abroad should note that Denmark, Germany and Sweden have been removed from the list of coronavirus travel corridors in the UK.

“As we approach the end of the fire in Wales, we are reminding everyone that this does not mean a return to normalcy.

“Coronavirus is still active in communities across Wales, so we need to take steps to keep everyone safe and prevent the spread of the disease.

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