20,000 “health bracelets” were distributed by the Association of Traders in Lille
A device of bangles to “liquefy” the flow in bars and restaurants as soon as the control of the Health Pass was set up in Lille, having already ordered 20,000 bangles, we learned from the Group de Traders de la City on Friday.
The province told AFP the agreement of the initiative was “particularly welcome” to help identify customers on the terrace and bar and encourage compliance with the regulations, thus “preventing infection”.
In Lille, the initiative came from the 200-member Group des Traders de Lille, which already orders 20,000 bracelets “for less than 5 cents”, according to its chairman Genevieve Duboisen. With about fifteen bars and restaurants already involved, the challenge is to facilitate the entry and exit of customers and reduce the number of staff assigned to the controls.
The bracelet, “irreplaceable, number and different color every day”, is in the company’s name, and “not an important feature in any way from bar to bar,” he noted. The health pass is issued to customers’ “hung on the wrist” after issuance and contains two QR codes indicating the company’s “bar menu or website” and the group’s site.
This week the epidemic around the world stopped rising
The Govt-19 epidemic has stopped accelerating around the world this week, despite continuing to erupt in North America: here’s an amazing weekly improvement, taken from the AFP database.
With 643,100 pollution recorded daily in the world this week, the AFP report, which was discontinued on Thursday, confirmed the indicator at the same level as the previous week. The epidemic has resurfaced since mid-June, triggered by a highly contagious delta type and has become prevalent in many countries.
However, the number of cases detected represents only a fraction of the actual epidemics and comparisons between countries should be taken with caution because testing policies vary from one country to another.
The Israeli Prime Minister received a third dose of the vaccine
Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett received the third dose of the corona virus vaccine on Friday, urging people to follow him after the minimum age for the booster dose was lowered to 40 in the wake of rising pollution. Naphtali Bennett, 49, is the first leader in the world to receive a booster dose, according to his office.
“If you are going to be vaccinated with the third dose, we can avoid the fourth lock,” Naphtali Bennett said before being vaccinated at a public hospital in Kfar Sabah (center). “We see the best performance of vaccines. Of course, this is the way to put an end to the virus.”
To combat the spread of the virus, the Ministry of Health on Thursday decided to reduce the minimum age for vaccination to three years to 40 years, mainly by pharmaceutical company Pfizer / Biotech.
The astrogenogenic test treatment may be effective in preventing Govit-19
The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca on Friday announced that it is promoting treatment outcomes against Govit-19, which could significantly reduce the risk of developing debilitating symptoms in debilitated patients.
This antibody treatment, codenamed AZD7442, has not previously shown its effectiveness in people already infected with the virus.
But by managing it before it comes in contact with the virus, Astrogeneka explains in a statement that there are results.
In this case, it reduces the risk of developing symptomatic form by 77%, according to Phase 3 data, i.e. large-scale clinical trials designed to measure its safety and efficacy.
Astrogeneka notes that there are no serious cases of Covit-19 or death.
In these trials, conducted in Spain, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom and the United States, 5,197 participants, 75% of whom were diagnosed with the disease. The treatment was given inwardly.
New Zealand extends national lockout
New Zealand on Friday extended the imprisonment of the entire archipelago in an effort to stem the outbreak of the Kovit-19 epidemic due to the delta variation that spread from Auckland to the capital Wellington.
Prime Minister Jacinta Artern announced that the three-day national curfew, which was to be lifted overnight from Friday to Saturday, would be extended by four days. Authorities are trying to assess the extent of the epidemic after the first local case in six months appeared this week, he said, urging people to be vigilant.
All cases, including Wellington, are linked, which is of less concern, said Jacinta Artern.
“This means we are starting to get a sense of all the victims,” he said, noting that no cases have been reported at this stage.
For the first time in six months, New Zealand filed its first local Govt case on August 17.
According to many studies, severe forms of the foot area due to genetic or immune abnormalities
Knowledge of Govit-19 Continues to become clear. This Thursday evening, the assistant publication – Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) pointed out, In a press releaseAccording to two new studies, severe forms of the virus can be explained by a quarter genetic or immune abnormality.
Both of these new releases were published in this Thursday’s issue Scientific Immunology And is the result of AP-HP’s physicians-led international collaboration with INSERM researchers and faculty-researchers at the University of Paris and the Human Genetics Laboratory of Infections.
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More than 300 health professionals flew to the West Indies on Friday
More than 300 health professionals will fly from Paris Orly Airport to Martinique and Guadeloupe on Friday afternoon as their hospitals are filled with Govt-19 cases.
Caregivers will come “in support” and “take responsibility” from groups already “on site,” the health ministry said in a statement.
Director General of Health Jerome Solomon will be in Orly to “thank and congratulate” these professionals who were “mobilized for the national unity effort towards the West Indies”, the same source states.
The airlift to get rid of West Indies hospitals has already been implemented by two movements: 240 doctors, nurses and Orderly left on August 10, and then last Tuesday at about 120, “properly distributed” between Guadeloupe and Martinique, the ministry said.
More than 2,000 patients are still in intensive care
The number of Kovit-19 patients admitted to the hospital in intensive care services is still more than 2,000, according to data released Thursday by health officials.
While 186 people have been placed in intensive care in the last 24 hours, 2,049 patients are welcome in intensive care services on Thursday (Wednesday 2,054).
The indicator, which was closely scrutinized by health officials, fell below 1,000 patients on July 7. The number of hospitals is also increasing with 10,392 patients with covit (10,336 Wednesday) including 976 in 24 hours.
Between Wednesday and Thursday 127 Govt patients died in French hospitals (112 listed on Wednesday) bringing the total number to 113,182 deaths since the outbreak began.
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