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Ireland Covid-19: why we can get infected in bars and restaurants

13:10  27 september  2020
13:10  27 september  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

Against the Covid, the British Prime Minister tightens the screw and closes pubs and restaurants from 10 p.m.

 Against the Covid, the British Prime Minister tightens the screw and closes pubs and restaurants from 10 p.m. © Copyright 2020, L'Obs Faced with the resurgence of the coronavirus, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday 22 September further restrictions, including a 10pm curfew for pubs in England, warning of the possibility of "more drastic" measures. Accused of having worsened the toll of the pandemic by delaying the ordering of containment in March, the head of the Conservative government warned, before Parliament, that the United Kingdom had "reached a dangerous turning point" .

Some restaurants and bars are shifting their business models to match the current demand for “shelter in place” eating experiences. Within the last two weeks, nearly half of that workforce has been laid off as bars and restaurants were forced to close their doors due to COVID - 19 .

Pubs, bars , cafes and restaurants will be allowed to stay open despite greater restrictions on social gatherings in England. It depends on the circumstances and when the infected person visited. get tested for Covid - 19 . take extra care with social distancing. self-isolate "in some circumstances".

Ces lieux clos où l'on ôte son masque pour boire ou manger sont considérés comme très à risque par les scientifiques. © Sipa

These closed places where you take off your mask to eat or drink are considered very risky by scientists.

The closure of bars and restaurants in the Aix-Marseille-Provence metropolis provoked the anger of people working in this branch of activity. But, for scientists, it now goes without saying that the absence of masks and close contact in often poorly ventilated closed spaces present great risks: the transmission of Sars-CoV-2 by aerosols (microdroplets emitted when we speak, in particular), and not only via sneezing or coughing fits (large droplets) as we believed in March, seems established.

Covid-19: in Buenos Aires, after 6 months of confinement, the rules are relaxed

 Covid-19: in Buenos Aires, after 6 months of confinement, the rules are relaxed © ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP While Buenos Aires has just passed the 6-month confinement milestone, restaurants, bars and cafes are again authorized to serve on the terrace since the beginning of the month. Meetings of less than 10 people are permitted in public areas. The Argentine capital has just passed the six-month confinement milestone, a world record.

FL Plan to Reopen One Tampa COVID - 19 Info Construction Svcs Tampa Actions Events Education Assisted Living Business Social Services Bars / Restaurants Other COVID - 19 has been spreading rapidly around the world, including here in Florida. Cases of coronavirus have been confirmed.

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A study by the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted in July among a sample of symptomatic people shows that positive people claimed 2.4 times more often than others to have dined in a restaurant. Hence the recommendation of Anthony Fauci, the chief American epidemiologist: bars and restaurants must be left closed to avoid the spread of Covid-19. In Japan, a study published in September on cases dating from January to April notes, for its part, that 13% of outbreaks are linked to bars or restaurants.

50 clusters linked to catering since deconfinement

In France, what exactly do we know about contamination in this type of festive place? This summer, the examples of clusters born in these establishments have multiplied, from Marseille to Saint-Tropez or Poitiers. In Quiberon, dozens of people have tested positive after a dance party in a bar in the city. In Rennes, the prefect decided in mid-September to close drinking establishments at 11 p.m. after the census of several dozen positive cases consecutive to student integration evenings in bars.

But the overall figures were lacking. In its weekly epidemiological bulletin, Public Health France classified these clusters in the category "private or public companies". Which did not help to understand the situation. Now, the health agency is more precise, citing 50 clusters linked to catering since deconfinement, or 20% of the total in the business sector. This figure is probably underestimated because of the difficulty in tracing contacts in places where people do not know each other.

Covid-19: Paris and the inner suburbs could go on maximum alert “from Monday” .
The capital will have to wait another three days to know whether or not it is affected by new health restrictions. During his long-awaited weekly press conference, on the resumption of force of the coronavirus epidemic, the Minister of Health announced on Thursday that Paris and the inner suburbs were in the hot seat, facing the specter of new measures , in particular by the total closure of bars and restaurants.

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