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Australia Coronavirus: update on the pandemic in the world

06:50  02 june  2020
06:50  02 june  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

Coronavirus: update on the pandemic in the world

 Coronavirus: update on the pandemic in the world © Provided by Le Point New assessments, new measures, highlights: an update on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic which killed more than 335,000 people worldwide . South America: "new epicenter" South America is "a new epicenter" of the pandemic, with a particularly alarming situation in Brazil, estimated the World Health Organization.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

  Coronavirus: le point sur la pandémie dans le monde © Provided by Le Point

New assessments, new measures, highlights: an update on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic.

The virus has not become less pathogenic

There is nothing to confirm that the new coronavirus has become less pathogenic, warned WHO on Monday after the words of a famous Italian doctor saying that the virus was losing its virulence.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said he wants to continue working with USA despite the announcement last week by President Donald Trump that he is severing ties between his country and the agency health of UN .

Deconfinement is spreading throughout the world

From the Colosseum in Rome to the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, the Europe reopened on Monday multiple monuments and public places. Bars have reopened in Finland and Norway, cafes and restaurants in the Netherlands, cinemas, theaters and performance halls in Portugal.

Scott Morrison says National Cabinet here to stay, will replace COAG meetings in wake of coronavirus

  Scott Morrison says National Cabinet here to stay, will replace COAG meetings in wake of coronavirus COAG will be scrapped and replaced with National Cabinet meetings with a specific focus on creating jobs, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced. "COAG is no more," Scott Morrison said."It will be replaced by a completely new system."Mr Morrison said the success of National Cabinet, which was formed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, proved remote tele-meetings could be productive."The National Cabinet will be driven by a singular agenda, and that is to create jobs," he said.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

[ Update : Unified in coronavirus lockdown, India splinters over reopening.] Many nurses no longer Doctors around the world have been dosing seriously ill coronavirus patients with rheumatoid In the past seven weeks, as the pandemic worsened in Mexico, the authorities deported 3,653 migrants to

Ukraine has started to relaunch its rail links after reopening the metro, shopping centers, parks and other businesses.

And England has reopened, despite criticism, some schools closed since mid-March.

The Russian capital has authorized its non-food businesses to reopen and its residents to go out shopping, but millions of Muscovites must remain largely confined to their homes at least until June 14.

Prime Minister Imran Khan announced Monday the complete lifting of the containment started in late March in Pakistan, while a public study shows that the number of patients with the new coronavirus could be incommensurate with official figures (72,000 cases, 1,500 dead )

This report consulted by AFP estimates that more than 670,000 people are sick in the city of Lahore (East) alone, with more than 11 million inhabitants.

Coronavirus: update on the pandemic in the world

 Coronavirus: update on the pandemic in the world © Provided by Le Point New assessments, new measures, highlights: an update on the latest developments related to the Covid-19 pandemic. Trump breaks with WHO US President Donald Trump has announced that he will end the relationship between his country and the World Health Organization , which he has accused since the start of the pandemic of being too outspoken indulgent with Beijing. "We will (...) redirect these funds to other urgent and global public health needs that deserve them," he said

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

Latest Updates : Global Coronavirus Outbreak. Protesters are edging back into the streets Leaders of the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on Wednesday. The pandemic designation is largely symbolic, but public health officials know that the public will hear

France on the eve of an "almost normal" life

The French lived their last day on Monday with limited travel, on the eve of the reopening of cafes, restaurants, colleges and high schools in most of the country.

More than 373,000 dead

The pandemic has killed at least 373,439 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China, according to a report established by AFP from official sources Monday at 7:00 p.m. GMT.

More than 6,220,110 cases have been diagnosed in 196 countries and territories.

The United States is the country most affected in terms of number of deaths and cases, with 104,658 deaths for 1,797,457 cases. This is followed by the United Kingdom with 39,045 deaths, Italy (33,475), Brazil (29,937) and France (28,833).

The coronavirus has killed more than 10,000 people in Mexico, the government has announced.

Peak in Iran

Iran has announced nearly 3,000 new infections in the past 24 hours, the largest increase recorded in two months.

Record of cases in Iran, Europe comes back to life ... update on the coronavirus

 Record of cases in Iran, Europe comes back to life ... update on the coronavirus Here are the developments concerning the epidemic of the new coronavirus in France and worldwide. © REUTERS / Carlos Jasso The situation in France To adapt the celebration of July 14 to the health requirements in force in France, the traditional parade in Paris on the Champs-Elysées will be replaced by a military ceremony on Place de la Concorde, which will make also a tribute to caregivers, announced the French presidency.

LIVE UPDATES : Borders shut as coronavirus cases rise. EASY STEPS: How to keep safe. "Europe has now become the epicentre of the pandemic , with more reported cases and deaths than the rest of the world combined, apart from China," he Coronavirus pandemic : Tracking the global outbreak.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.

No death in Spain

The coronavirus has made no death in Spain during the last 24 hours, a first for three months, announced the authorities.

Vigil prohibited in Hong Kong

The annual vigil in Hong Kong in memory of the Tiananmen crackdown was not, for the first time in 30 years, authorized by the police, who cited the risks associated with coronavirus, in a context of tensions in the former British colony.

Fireworks to ward off the pandemic

Dozens of fireworks briefly lit up the sky Monday evening across Japan, an initiative of idle manufacturers, intended to boost people's morale and pray for the end of the pandemic.

Johannesburg Alcohol Rush

In the South African township of Soweto, dozens of people lined up outside liquor stores after nine weeks of dry dieting.

Brazilian football contaminated

The Brazilian football club Vasco da Gama, one of the largest in the country, announced that sixteen of its players had tested positive for coronavirus and excluded from the group supposed to resume training on Monday.

Lifting of the curfew in Burkina

The curfew introduced in Burkina Faso in mid-March to combat the spread of the new coronavirus will be lifted on Wednesday, according to a presidential decree read Monday evening on public television.

Opera delayed in New York

The Metropolitan Opera in New York announced Monday that its 2020-21 season would not start until December 31, three months later than planned, due to a coronavirus pandemic, and that it was studying the possibility to shorten certain representations.

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Trump announces campaign events in four states .
© NICHOLAS KAMM US President Trump has announced the resumption of his campaign events after the month-long interruption due to the coronavirus pandemic. He'll appear in front of followers in Oklahoma on Friday next week, then in Florida, Arizona and North Carolina. US President Donald Trump has announced that his campaign events will resume after the month-long pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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