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Canada Covid-19. Update on the pandemic in the world

10:35  21 september  2020
10:35  21 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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COVID - 19 Coronavirus Pandemic . The coronavirus COVID - 19 is affecting 218 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances. The day is reset after midnight GMT+0.

The COVID - 19 pandemic , also known as the coronavirus pandemic , is an ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 ( COVID - 19 ) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2

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From Monday, people from Madrid will only be able to leave their neighborhood for reasons of first necessity. In India, the famous Taj Mahal reopens its doors despite an outbreak of new contaminations. New reports, new measures and highlights, here is an update on the latest developments in the coronavirus pandemic around the world.

Almost a million inhabitants of the region of Madrid will be asked on Monday "to stay at home most of the time" , while the United States now approach the highly symbolic mark of 200,000 deaths from coronavirus .

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They remain by far the most affected country in the world with 199,474 deaths to date according to the latest data released by Johns Hopkins American University on the night of Sunday to Monday.

In India , the second country most affected by the pandemic, the Taj Mahal, architectural jewel of Indo-Islamic art, will reopen after six months of closure, despite an outbreak of new contaminations.

Madrid residents invited to stay at home

In Europe, Spain unveiled on Friday strict restrictions on the freedom of movement of some 850,000 people in the Madrid region. From Monday, they will only be able to leave their neighborhood for basic reasons such as going to work, going to the doctor or bringing their children to school.

This is not, however, a return to the severe measures imposed in the spring, the authorities said. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez assured on Saturday evening "not to consider confinement of the country" .

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"It is true that we cannot close any door because obviously the virus is an unknown agent (...) but I believe that we now have the tools (...) to be able to contain and bend the curve" of contagions, he added.

"Lassitude"

However, some remain skeptical. “We have the impression that we are being made fun of: we can continue to go and work in other areas that are not confined at the risk of increasing transmission, and we can also infect ourselves inside. our zone ”, denounced Bethania Perez, a nurse of 31 years, during a demonstration against the new measures.

In India, where the Taj Mahal, India's iconic monument, reopens on Monday after six months of coronavirus-related closure, the government is gradually loosening the stranglehold to breathe new life into the economy, although the country is recording currently nearly 100,000 additional new cases every day.

"In India, but also in the whole world, a weariness is settling towards the extreme measures taken to counter the advance of the coronavirus" , explains to AFP Gautam Menon, professor of physics and biology at Ashoka University who expects an increase in cases.

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Sharp rise in Lebanon

The pandemic has killed at least 957,948 people around the world since the end of December, according to a report established by AFP on Sunday at 11 a.m. GMT.

The situation seems particularly worrying in Belgium, where the number of positive cases crossed 100,000 on Sunday, in France, where more than 10,000 new cases were identified in 24 hours , or in Lebanon, where the number of contaminations jumped since the explosion on August 4 at the port of Beirut.

“I couldn't sleep last night. The numbers of the coronavirus are shocking ”, alarmed on Twitter the doctor Firass Abiad, director of the Rafic Hariri university hospital in Beirut. Even if an increase was foreseeable, "the sharp rise in deaths, including that of an 18-year-old young man, was terrible news" , he added.

Italy voted despite the virus

In Italy, nearly a third of voters turned out on Sunday to participate in elections spread over two days, braving the resumption of the coronavirus to elect, in particular, presidents of regions like Tuscany, a left-wing bastion for half a century which the extreme right has dreamed of seizing.

Sunday evening, the participation rate was estimated at 30%. For this very first poll organized since the pandemic, the reluctance of voters could weigh on the crowds in the polling stations, open Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., but also Monday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Demonstrations in Israel

In Israel, a country reconfigured since Friday, several thousand demonstrators were authorized to demonstrate on Sunday evening in Jerusalem to demand the departure of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, indicted for corruption and accused of mismanaging the health crisis.

This generalized reconfinement planned for at least three weeks arouses the discontent of a large part of the population.

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