Canada France re-defined, the UN warning: update on the pandemic in the world
Mike White Sets New HBO Series 'The White Lotus' Starring Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge
HBO has lined up a new limited series from "Enlightened" creator Mike White, the premium cable network announced Monday. "The White Lotus," described as a "social satire," is a six-episode series set at an exclusive tropical resort. It will follow "the exploits of various guests and employees over the span of a week," according to the network. It is set to begin production in Hawaii later this month. Cast on the show includes "Looking" alum"The White Lotus," described as a "social satire," is a six-episode series set at an exclusive tropical resort. It will follow "the exploits of various guests and employees over the span of a week," according to the network.
The pandemic has officially infected more than 44.5 million people, for more than 1.175 million deaths since the end of December.
As the second wavewith full force, the continues to spread. Worldwide, the coronavirus epidemic has officially infected more than 44.5 million people, for more than 1.175 million deaths since the end of December, according to a report established Thursday.
The United States has the most deaths (227,701), ahead of Brazil (158,456), India (120,527), Mexico (90,309) and the United Kingdom (45,675). India has officially exceeded eight million cases since the start of the epidemic.
Harald of Norway: After the operation: Son Haakon reports with news
Update from October 20, 4:24 pm © Lisa Maree Williams / Getty Images Harald of Norway: After the operation: The farm gives a health update While King Harald is still recovering from sick leave, his son Crown Prince Haakon reports good news. "My father is fine. He is on the mend after the operation and we are all happy about that," said the king's son on Tuesday on the sidelines of an appointment in the former Falstadt prison camp to the TV station "TV2".
France is re-fining itself
Presidentre-containment of France from Friday and at least until December 1, while the rate of contamination is skyrocketing in the country.
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Unlike the confinement last spring, schools will remain open and retirement homes will be able to continue to receive visits, thanks to reinforced health protocols. Wearing a mask becomes compulsory from primary school.
The government intends to release an additional 20 billion euros to support the economy during this period.The Sri Lankan capital too
The 5.5 million inhabitants of Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, and two adjacent districts will be confined from Friday to Sunday.
Important for those switching: Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 14.1
The new versions iOS 14.1 for the iPhone and iPadOS 14.1 for the iPad have been available to everyone since Tuesday evening. It is the version that is already installed on the iPhone 12. © t3n iOS 14 receives its first point update. The iPhone 12 and its Pro version will appear on Friday. The new Apple smartphones are to be delivered directly with iOS 14.1.
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The island has been facing an upsurge in infections for three weeks after the discovery in early October of an outbreak in a factory where more than a thousand workers tested positive. The factory was manufacturing surgical masks for the United States until August.Spain: the regions are closing their territory
One after the other, the Spanish regions are closing their territory to limit the spread of the virus and thus avoid a new general confinement as in France. But this last card could prove to be insufficient.
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Sunday, the leftist government of Pedro Sanchez decreed a new state of health emergency which made it possible to impose a night curfew in almost the entire country and also authorizes the regional authorities, competent in health matters, to to seal off their territory.
Covid-19. Extended curfew, economic aid ...: what to remember from the announcements of Jean Castex
© LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP Jean Castex, October 22 in Matignon. Accompanied by several members of his government, the Prime Minister gave a new update on the epidemic situation in France, this Thursday, October 22. Jean Castex notably announced the extension of the curfew to 38 additional departments, as well as in Polynesia. We take stock. In recent weeks, the government's speeches on the Covid-19 are both expected and feared.
These closures are "the last bulwark before home confinement. If we cannot really curb the increase (in cases), we will have to take stronger measures," said Daniel Lopez Codina, biophysicist at the Polytechnic University from Catalonia who is working on the evolution of the epidemic.Tunisia under curfew
The Tunisian authorities decree a national night curfew, the closure of schools and the ban on movement between regions."Lies and disinformation"
"Lies and disinformation, conspiracy and hatred not only alter the democratic debate but also the fight against the virus", estimated Thursday German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the day after the announcement of the closure of all restaurants, bars, cafes and leisure and sports establishments in November.
These measures were greeted vehemently by members of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.The Marshall Islands more spared
The Marshall Islands, one of the last countries that were still preserved from the pandemic, have officially recorded their first two cases of coronavirus, two employees of the American garrison of Kwajalein atoll tested positive for the coronavirus after their arrival in this Pacific archipelago from Hawaii.
COVID-19 Update: 432 new cases, four deaths | 55 cases in outbreak at Calgary Correctional Centre
With news on COVID-19 happening rapidly, we’ve created this page to bring you our latest stories and information on the outbreak in and around Calgary. What’s happening now The province reported Friday 432 new cases of COVID-19 from 15,208 tests and four additional deaths. There are 3,651 active cases in Alberta and 1,307 in Alberta Health Services’ Calgary zone. There are now 55 cases — 50 in inmates and five in staff — connected to the outbreak at the Calgary Correctional Centre. Calgary Emergency Management Agency chief Tom Sampson is “highly concerned” with the rise of COVID-19 cases.
The islands and territories of Kiribati, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu are the last likely to be spared by the coronavirus.Towards more frequent and more deadly pandemics
Unless there is a radical transformation of the economic system, which destroys nature, pandemics like Covid-19 will multiply and cause more deaths, warn UN experts stressing the immense reservoir of unknown viruses in the animal world.
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"Without prevention strategies, pandemics will emerge more often, spread faster, kill more people and have unprecedented devastating impacts on the global economy," warns this report from the group of experts. UN on Biodiversity (IPBES).
According to estimates published in the journal Science in 2018 and repeated in the report, there are 1.7 million unknown viruses in mammals and birds, and 540,000 to 850,000 of them "have the capacity to infect humans".
But the risks of contamination of humans by these viruses of which nothing is known are multiplied by the increasingly close contacts between wild animals, farm animals and humans.
Covid-19. 36,437 new cases in 24 hours, the threshold of 3,000 intensive care patients crossed .
© Photo Ouest-France / Philippe Renault A patient receives treatment in the medical intensive care unit of the CHU de Caen, which receives patients with by the Covid-19. Photo Philippe Renault / Ouest-France In its daily update on the coronavirus epidemic on Wednesday, October 28, Public Health France reports new cases detected within 24 hours. More than 3,000 patients are hospitalized in intensive care, a level that has not been seen since May.