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Covid-19 cases are increasing all over the world United States of America And it is rising in the upper Midwest, in what appears to be the culmination of a third pandemic, he writes Jessica Glenza For the American Guardian newspaper.

in a North DakotaCases are increasing at a higher and faster rate per person than any other country throughout the pandemic so far.

Experts have long predicted that cold weather and epidemic fatigue will further spread Covid-19 this fall. This appears to have happened now, along with the longer and higher levels of deaths and disease the United States has experienced during the pandemic compared to peer countries.

“Everyone who knew anything about infectious disease and epidemiology expected this six to eight months ago,” said Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, deputy dean for global initiatives at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

“Yes, it will rise in the fall,” said Emmanuel. “The reason for it is that we are moving inside.” “Our troop increase is much higher than the increases in general,” he said, because the United States started “from a higher baseline.”





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International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways, has reduced its flight schedule for the rest of the year as it reported a loss of 1.3 billion euros during the third quarter, it wrote. Joanna Partridge For the Guardian Business Office.

In an unscheduled trade update, the group said it would cut flights between October and December to just 30% of normal levels, and blamed the reimposition of travel restrictions by several European governments.

The loss was much worse than analysts’ forecasts of 920 million euros and compared to a profit of 1.4 billion euros in the same period last year. Third-quarter revenue declined 83%, and the group, which also owns Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus, has warned that capacity cuts mean it will not break even in terms of net cash flows during the fourth quarter.

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