Update Situation – New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: Lee Figaro Takes the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic around the world.
Extension of health pass in France, number of deaths registered in Iran, reopening of borders in Saudi Arabia … Lee Figaro The latest information related to the Govit-19 epidemic is taken on Sunday, August 8th.
- Volunteer caretakers called for strengthening the West Indies
In a video posted on social media, Health Minister Olivier Varan called on caregivers to volunteer to help overseas. The situation there is deteriorating.
«I appeal to the national unity of our caretakersHe says he faced the camera. “If you are willing to provide additional assistance, please contact your school principal and your ARS.He pleads.
- Nearly 8,700 patients have been hospitalized
According to figures released by Public Health France, this figure represents 25% of hospital admissions in three weeks. With 498 new additions in 24 hours, hospitals welcomed 8,685 patients on Sunday, up from 6,922 on July 17, the lowest hospital admission record since the beginning of the year.
With 1,556 patients enrolled in emergency care wards, the number of Govt patients has risen (+ 81%) since July 21, the lowest level since the beginning of this year (859). In the last 24 hours, 117 patients have been admitted for intensive care.
- Sebastian Legorn goes to Guadeloupe and Martinique
«The state is also with the West Indies to restart the Govt-19 epidemic in Guadeloupe and Martinique.», The Minister of Foreign Affairs announced on Twitter. “I’m going to go there on Tuesday and support the reinforcements from France.“, He added. His entourage said he would arrive in Guadeloupe on Tuesday evening and travel to Martinique on Thursday.
- In France, the health pass extension on Monday
Competed in the street, The extended health pass will come into effect from Monday Stops the daily life of the French in France and in the fight against the continuing epidemic.
Bars, restaurants, theaters, theaters, hospitals, long-distance trains … henceforth, it is necessary to show a white foot, including drinking a simple cup of coffee on the floor.
- In Iran, the number of deaths recorded in 24 hours
Iranian Ministry of Health More than 500 deaths were reported on Sunday In the last 24 hours the corona has been linked to the virus, a record since the onset of the epidemic in this country most affected in the Near and Middle East.
Iran recorded 542 deaths and 39,619 new cases in 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to 94,015 from 4,158,729 cases, according to the Ministry of Health.
- In Australia, imprisonment ended in Brisbane
Australia’s third city, Brisbane (east), is coming out of an eight-day lockout on Sunday as it launches to fight an epidemic renaissance.
“We were able to avoid a controlled (variation) delta eruption eight days after the first case was reported.», Welcome Steven Miles, President of the Queensland Region where Brisbane is the main city.
Sydney (Southeast), where the epidemic is on the rise, is entering its seventh week of control. Although more than 20% of the country’s population has been fully vaccinated, officials are calling for citizens to be vaccinated.
- Progress in DRC, Kinshasa, resurgence in Lubumbashi
The Congolese capital, Kinshasa, is experiencing an epidemic, but the city of Lubumbashi (southern) is recovering, officials say.
In Kinshasa, “The 3rd wave is constantly receding and we can say that it is behind usProfessor Jean-Jacques Muembe, the head of the experts responsible for the fight against the epidemic, announced.
On the other hand, Lubumbashi, the economic capital, “Resurgence of infection“According to its mayor, Kislyn Robert Lubaba Bluma, he issued an order to wear masks in the city center.
- In Saudi Arabia, borders are being reopened for vaccinated pilgrims
Saudi Arabia is set to reopen the Umrah pilgrimage (small pilgrimage) to Mecca For foreign pilgrims vaccinated against Govt-19The official Saudi press agency reported on Sunday.
Saudi officials will begin accepting entry requests from Monday. Boundaries were closed 18 months ago due to the epidemic.
The small pilgrimage, unlike the Hajj, takes place throughout the year and generally attracts millions of visitors every year.
- In Brunei, the first local cases in 15 months
Brunei has imposed health restrictions to prevent the spread of Govt-19 after the first cases of local spread were discovered within 15 months.
The health ministry said on Saturday that seven local contaminants had been found, pushing the government to close all places of worship and postpone scheduled events for two weeks.
- More than 202 million cases worldwide
More than 202 million cases have been reported worldwide since the end of 2019 and the epidemic has killed at least 4.28 million people, as calculated by AFP from GMT official reports at 10 a.m. Sunday.
The United States has the highest mortality rate (616,718) compared to Brazil (562,752), India (427,862), Mexico (244,248) and Peru (196,873).
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the number of deaths, both directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, may be two to three times higher than officially established.