Sports Covid-19. New restrictions in England, the United States very close to 200,000 dead
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England will bring up the closing times for bars and restaurants to avoid a second wave. The United States records nearly a thousand deaths every day, which, compared to the population, is four times the European death rate. Update on the Covid-19 pandemic around the world.
British Prime Ministerto confirm Tuesday, September 22 that pubs, bars and restaurants will have to close at 10 p.m. from Thursday in England, as prepare to cross the 200 mark 000 deaths linked to .
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The, the most bereaved country in Europe, on Monday raised the alert level measuring the evolution of the epidemic of new coronavirus, in the face of the threat of a second wave which could make more than 200 deaths per day without changing course.
The new measures announced by Boris Johnson to Parliament will only apply to England, with each British province making its own decisions on the coronavirus. But according to Downing Street, he spoke by phone to the Scottish, Welsh and North Irish Prime Ministers on Monday and they agreed to take a unified approach as much as possible in the coming days.,961,500 dead worldwide
Boris Johnson will also address the nation on Tuesday evening, a speech broadcast live in which he should return to other means to fight the virus and the role that everyone can play against its spread .
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With this in mind, Boris Johnson will also encourage Britons to resume teleworking if they have their employer's consent, according to reports from the Daily Telegraph.
The pandemic has killed more than 961,500 people around the world since the end of December, according to an AFP report from official sources midday Monday. More than 31.1 million cases have been recorded. of which at least 21 million have been cured.
The United States is the most bereaved country (199,815 deaths Tuesday at 03:00 GMT). Next come Brazil (137,272 dead), India (87,882), Mexico (73,493) and the United Kingdom (41,759)."Second wave" in Quebec
Nearly six weeks before the US presidential election, the official death toll from the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to reach 200,000 very soon in the United States. The United States records nearly a thousand deaths every day, which, compared to the population, is four times the European death rate.
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This thousand daily deaths, where black and Hispanic people are overrepresented (more than half of the dead under 65), is for the Democratic candidatethe symbol of the incompetence of President facing the greatest test of his tenure.
A little further north, Quebec says it is in the dreaded second wave, according to the national director of public health. The province of more than 8 million people and the hardest hit in Canada by the epidemic, recorded 586 new cases in one day, an unprecedented number since the end of May.
The authorities announced there that the number of people authorized during gatherings in rented rooms, places of worship, festive events, weddings goes from 250 to 50 people.Stock markets in pain
Chinese stock markets opened in the red Tuesday, the day after a dark day for European stock markets, shaken by the resurgence of the pandemic in some countries and the potential economic consequences of movement restrictions.
Health woes are shaking the mood, says David Madden, market analyst for CMC Markets UK. In Paris, the CAC 40 index fell 3.74%, its worst session since June 11. In Frankfurt, the Dax plunged 4.37% and in London, the FTSE 100 by 3.38%.
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More than 60 rich countries, but not China or the United States, have joined the system put in place by the WHO to facilitate poor countries' access to the vaccine against the coronavirus, according to the list published on Monday.Increase in cases in the Maghreb
The situation seems worrying in, where the number of positive cases crossed 50,000 on Monday, in France, where more than 5,000 new cases were identified in 24 hours, or in Tunisia, where a record number of new Covid-19 patients has been recorded in recent days, without any re-containment measures being considered.
There will be no health containment in the current epidemic situation, Prime Minister Mechichi told several Tunisian media. We are not in the spirit of containment or a return to the situation of last March, that is not envisaged, he added.
Argentina is also suffering the consequences of the pandemic as it recorded a new daily record of Covid-19-related deaths on Monday with 429 deaths, bringing the country's total death toll to 13,482, authorities said.
This is the highest death toll since the pandemic hit the South American country, where containment measures have been in place since March 20, with gradual easing depending on the region.
The pandemic has struck all the way to the United Nations General Assembly, which opens Tuesday without any head of state or government in New York. All deliver their speeches via pre-recorded messages, broadcast on the UN website for a week. With the coronavirus and its consequences as a common denominator.
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