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Could vaccinating an entire resort town revive Zimbabwe tourism?
Zimbabwe’s tourism sector is estimated to have lost $1bn in potential revenue last year due to coronavirus pandemic.Once again, the Victoria Falls – locally known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means “the smoke that thunders” – is at its peak, but only a few can witness this magnificent cascading waterfall straddling Zimbabwe and Zambia.
in France has now received ten million citizens a first corona vaccine dose. Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on Thursday while visiting a vacuum center in Nogent-sur-Marne east of Paris. Thus, every seventh the 67 million Frenchman is at least partially immunized against the novel coronavirus. Around 1.5 million are completely vaccinated.
Castex spoke of a "very good performance". By mid-May, according to the French government, 20 million people should receive a first vaccine, until mid-June it should be 30 million people.
The pressure on the French hospitals still rose. In the intensive care stations, more than 5700 patients are now above 800 more than at the height of the second corona wave in autumn. The number of deaths related to the virus increased to nearly 98,000.
At the weekend, a third country-wide Lockdown had entered into force in France. The schools and most shops are closed, basic restrictions apply.
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Michelle Heaton discusses being in isolation after catching Covid .
The singer, 41, recently told how she, her husband Hugh Hanley and their two children Faith, nine, and Aaron, seven, all tested positive for Covid-19. Speaking on Thursday's episode of Lorraine, Michelle, who got the vaccine early because she is on the 'vulnerable list' of people with underlying health conditions, insisted 'no one is invincible' as she encouraged people to get vaccinated. © Provided by Daily Mail Honest: Michelle Heaton has admitted she is 'really bewildered' since she and her entire family caught coronavirus, despite having had the vaccine She said: 'I’m alright.