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the epidemic continues to grow in many countries, particularly because of varying Delta is more contagious. Faced with an increase in its territory, the Israeli government has launched a campaign injection of a third dose of vaccine for people over 60 years.
Israel had begun an early mass vaccination campaign immunized population and thought her reinstated on July 29 the health happens in welcoming more than 100 places plus a complementary vaccination campaign. The country launched a campaign Friday, July 30 for a third dose of vaccine for over 60 years. The new president Isaac Herzog and his wife Michal wanted to set an example by being administered first a third dose of the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine at Sheba hospital in the suburbs of Tel Aviv. But the World Health Organization (WHO), this type of decision is against-productive.
COVID cases in UK fall for seventh day in a row - but number of new deaths highest since mid-March
The UK has recorded 23,511 new COVID-19 cases and 131 more coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data. © PA The number of new COVID-related deaths in the UK is the highest since 17 March. File pic It is the seventh day in a row that the number of infections has fallen.But it is the highest number of daily deaths since 17 March, when 141 fatalities were reported.It takes the total number of people who have died in the UK within 28 days of a positive COVID test to 129,303.
For Dr. Mike Ryan, head of emergencies in the WHO, the variant Delta should serve as a warning and encourage countries to work together: "The virus has become more aggressive, faster. This does not change our plan, but we must put in place much more effectively than we ever did. There are no magic solutions, no magic powder. The only magic powder we have is the vaccine. "
For this doctor, the problem lies in the distribution of the vaccine in the world that is not made fairly and according to him" a ball we draw in the foot. "
► To listenWHO warns face even more dangerous variants
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variant Delta is an alarm signal. It is a warning that the virus evolves. But it is also a call to act now, before more dangerous variants emerge, says the charge of WHO in emergency situations at a meeting of the organization in Geneva Friday, July 30.
AstraZeneca vaccine 'has same risk of blood clots as Pfizer's'
Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine is just as likely to trigger blood clots as AstraZeneca's, according to a study in Spain that has prompted fury among UK Government officials. Scientists compared rates of thrombosis among more than 1.3million recipients of either jab in Spain. Both vaccines came with a tiny risk of causing blood clots, with scientists branding their safety profiles 'broadly similar'. Pfizer's jab may even be more likely to trigger the rare blood-clotting complication, the data suggested. In contrast, the virus itself was eight times more likely to lead to thromboembolism than either jab.
China, the first country to have curbed the epidemic in 2020, sees its policy of "zero Covid" threatened with a new home party Nanjing in the east, which is spread in five provinces and Beijing , a first in six months. Several hundred thousand people were again confined in this region and in the Chinese capital.
eg Japan extends state of emergency at the spread of Covid-19. It is extended in Tokyo, which currently hosts the Olympics, and now also applied to three other departments. In the Philippines, Metro Manila, the capital, is about to be reconfinée.
In Australia, 300 soldiers were sent to help Sydney to instill respect for the containment, which is in its fifth week and was extended by one month, until 28 August.
In the United States, even those vaccinated are expected to put the mask in areas where virus circulation is important. Biden also recommended local authorities to pay $ 100 to any new vaccine.
Covid jabs delivered inside circus marquee and at vaccine festival
Doses were given to people attending the four-day festival in Langdon Park, east London.Visitors to the Circus Extreme in Halifax, Yorkshire, one of a host of new vaccine sites across the country, received their jabs with some colourful performers watching on.
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in Europe In Europe, where many countries are facing a fourth wave, the time is also the tightening. The curfew was extended to Barcelona in the northeast of Spain, France and theordered reconfinement from that , where situation is considered "dramatic".
Germany will in turn generalize fromor PCR or antigen test for their entry into its territory. As for the UK, coronavirus continued to grow there last week, revealed a study by the National Statistics Office, in contrast to the declining number of cases reported daily by the health services.
Turkey, Japan, Morocco, Israel, United States ... Flying Covid-19 cases in many countries .
© Pixabay Turkey, Japan, Morocco, Israel, USA ... Flying Covid-19 cases in Many countries this week, on the COVID-19 front, only the Latin American / Caribbean area has seen its situation improve, with 13% less cases in relation to the previous week. But Israel, Japan, Turkey, Pakistan, Morocco, the United States and Canada are among the countries where the pandemic trajectory is the worst. The pandemic of Covid-19 does better than resist.