AFP, Released on Tuesday 07 September 2021 at 20:36
New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.
– Africa: More than 200,000 die
Africa has surpassed the 200,000 death toll since the outbreak on Tuesday, with the poorest continent suffering from a shortage of vaccines, with less than 3% of its population fully immunized to date.
The 54 countries in the region have relatively escaped compared to the rest of the world and survived the devastating catastrophic conditions at the beginning of the health crisis, with a total of 200,254 deaths, according to AFP accounts.
– USA: Biden’s plan against Govt –
According to the White House, Joe Biden plans to release a plan “six parts” against Govt-19 on Thursday, this time reopening schools in the country facing a delta-type epidemic.
– USA: Court Reverses Ivermect –
A U.S. court is enforcing a face-to-face refusal to force a hospital to provide the controversial treatment of Ivermectin to a Govt 19 patient.
“The medical and scientific community today does not support the use of Ivermectin as a treatment for Govit-19,” the judge recalled, citing “limitations” of favorable studies on this product, some of which had to be “withdrawn”.
– Sweden: Towards deregulation –
The government announced on Tuesday that Sweden would lift all its restrictions on September 29 due to the progress of its vaccination program and the good epidemic situation.
Although the government plans to introduce a vaccine pass for major events, there will only be general recommendations for increased hygiene and distance in public places.
– GB: Increase in social contributions –
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday announced that he was raising social security contributions, in violation of a campaign pledge to address long-term delays in accumulated care during epidemics.
UN opposes postponement of COP26
The UN understands the NGO “concerns” ahead of the COP 26 climate conference, but does not anticipate “any change” such as the postponement they have requested, a UN deputy spokesman said Tuesday. UN, Farhan Haq.
It had called for a postponement of the Climate Action Network (CAN), ruling that it would not be reasonable or inclusive due to restrictions imposed by the British government on the epidemic.
Spain: 3rd dose for immunodeficiency –
Spain will provide an extra dose of the anti-govt vaccine for people with specific immune deficiencies, but for now excludes generalization of such action, health officials announced Tuesday.
– Severely punished Vietnamese –
A 28-year-old Vietnamese man has been sentenced to five years in prison for violating his country’s isolation rules and sending Covit-19 to several people, one of whom has died.
– Manila: Control finally maintained –
The Philippines, amid a flurry of Govt-19 cases, made a face on Tuesday and announced continued control of the capital, Manila, after more than 13 million people were removed from the operation after 24 hours.
– More than 4.57 million people died –
The Govt-19 epidemic has killed at least 4,574,225 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report released by the AFP at 10:00 a.m. GMT on Tuesday.
The WHO estimates that the outcome of the epidemic may be two to three times higher, taking into account the high mortality directly and indirectly associated with Govit-19.