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US News Covid-19. More than 250,000 dead in Europe, tightened restriction measures

07:45  19 october  2020
07:45  19 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Faced with a second wave, European countries are putting in place drastic measures to counter the evolution of the coronavirus, which has claimed more than 250,000 victims since the start of the pandemic.

Europe , confronted with a powerful second wave , exceeded 250,000 deaths from Covid-19 on Sunday, October 18, leading Italy and Switzerland to in turn announce a further tightening of restrictions .

With more than 8,000 deaths recorded in seven days, Europe has experienced its heaviest toll in a week since mid-May and many countries are trying to protect themselves by stepping up health measures.

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Party ban in Italy

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Sunday a new set of restrictions on bar-restaurants, the ban on local parties and fairs and amateur team sports, as well as the extension of teleworking .

These measures "should enable us to face the new wave of contagion which is severely affecting Italy and Europe. We cannot waste time. We must implement measures to avoid a new generalized containment which could seriously jeopardize the economy ", justified Giuseppe Conte. The Italian government released an additional 39 billion euros on Sunday in an attempt to revive the national economy.

Italy, which until the end of September had been a virtuous exception in Europe, is now facing a worrying increase in the number of contagions. It has thus for the first time passed the threshold of 10,000 new daily cases on Friday.

Virus: Europe tightens its restrictions, measures expected in France

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Wearing a mask compulsory in Switzerland

Switzerland , relatively untouched by the first wave of spring but faced with an exponential increase in cases, for its part makes it compulsory on Monday to wear a mask in closed public places, stations, airports, stops and tram, restricts gatherings and recommends telecommuting.

Deploring 1,822 deaths from Covid-19 for 8.6 million inhabitants, Switzerland is the country in Europe where the disease has progressed the fastest last week (+ 146%), according to an AFP count .

Demonstration against restrictions in Czech Republic

In Czech Republic , which has the highest rate of contaminations and deaths per 100,000 inhabitants of the continent, the government has asked the army to build a 500-bed field hospital outside of Prague.

In the capital, Czech police used tear gas and water cannons on Sunday in the face of a violent demonstration against anti-Covid-19 restrictions.

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The Great Mosque reopens

As Europe tightens the screws, elsewhere in the world, it is the easing of restrictions that are on the program in several countries.

Saudi Arabia opened Islam's holiest site to worshipers on Sunday for the first time in seven months, and increased the number of pilgrims allowed for "umra" in the city to 15,000 per day. holy city of Mecca.

Reopening in Israel

In Israel l, after a month of restrictions, nurseries, kindergartens, national parks, beaches and non-public businesses have reopened, and Israelis can now travel more than a kilometer from their home. However, gatherings remain limited.

In the spring, Israel quickly lifted a first lockdown, wanting to revive the economy. But the country of nine million people had recorded one of the highest rates of contamination in the world in the world in September, since divided by four, according to data from AFP. In total, the authorities have identified more than 302,800 patients and nearly 2,200 deaths.

More than a million deaths worldwide

These few local improvements do not reverse the global trend: the indicators are in the red. At least 1,111,152 deaths and more than 39.7 million infections have been recorded since the start of the pandemic, according to an AFP count on Sunday. As of Saturday, at least 5,302 deaths and 372,882 new cases were recorded.

Coronavirus: New restriction measures in the north of England

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Italy has announced a new raft of measures to tighten restrictions amid a surge in coronavirus cases. However, the rise in confirmed cases in Europe has to be set against the vastly increased testing Gatherings of more than 15 people in public are also banned. The Czech Republic said on

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The United States are the most bereaved country (nearly 220,000 dead, or nearly one in five worldwide), followed by Brazil (nearly 154,000 dead) and India ( more than 114,000 dead).

The United Kingdom, the most affected in Europe

In Europe, a total of 250,030 deaths from Covid-19 have been declared (for 7,366,028 cases), according to an AFP report on Sunday, of which more than two thirds in United Kingdom (43,646 deaths), in Italy (36,543 deaths), in Spain (33,775 deaths), in France (33,392 deaths) and in Russia (24,187 deaths ).

To fight the pandemic, frequent hand washing, recommended by the WHO from the start, is essential, confirms a Japanese study, according to which the coronavirus survives 9 hours on the skin, five times longer than the flu.

Covid-19: anger in Italy, fears of re-containment in France .
© Massimo Pinca, Reuters Demonstration against anti-coronavirus restrictions in Turin on October 26, 2020. Anger is brewing in Italy, where a new wave of anti-coronavirus restrictions -coronavirus is met with the exasperation of part of the population. For its part, France is looking Tuesday and Wednesday on a possible tightening of health measures.

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