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US News Coronavirus: More than 3 million deaths worldwide, vaccination race

02:30  18 april  2021
02:30  18 april  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

COVID-19. The vaccination of rendering rendering teachers

 COVID-19. The vaccination of rendering rendering teachers © Getty Images / iStockPhoto The vaccination of teachers should be postponed in mid-June (picture of illustration). Teachers will be part of the priority audiences for VVID vaccination once it is open at least 50 years, in mid-June, "said Emmanuel Macron, on Tuesday, April 6th. Jean-Michel Blanquer, however, announced a few days earlier that the teacher vaccination campaign would begin "probably around mid-April".

More than three million people have died from Covid-19 since the first cases surfaced more than 14 months ago and upended life for people across the globe. Global deaths reached that toll on Saturday, according to a New York Times database , as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases surged past 140 million. The pace of deaths has been accelerating as countries race to provide enough vaccines to slow the relentless pace of infections.

Three million lives: That is roughly equivalent to losing the population of Berlin, Chicago or Taipei. The scale is so staggering that it sometimes begins to feel real only in places like graveyards. More than 100,000 people have died of Covid-19 in France. The death rate is inching up in Michigan. And as the United States and other rich nations race to vaccinate their populations, new hot spots have emerged in parts of Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America. The global pace of deaths is accelerating, too. After the coronavirus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the pandemic claimed a million

La hausse des décès est extrêmement rapide en Inde, confrontée à une troisième vague virulente. Plus de 1.000 décès quotidiens sont recensés dans ce pays, soit neuf fois plus que début mars. © Punit Paranjpe / AFP The rise of deaths is extremely fast in India, facing a third virulent wave. More than 1,000 daily deaths are identified in this country, nine times more than early March.

More than three million people died in the world of CVIV-19 since its appearance at the end of 2019, according to a count of AFP Saturday, and the immunization race continues.

A total of 3,000,955 deaths of COVID-19 were identified, according to this count carried out at 10:00 GMT from the balance sheets provided by the health authorities, is already much more than most viral epidemics of the twentieth and 21st centuries, the notable exceptions of the terrible "Spanish flu" and AIDS.

Coronavirus: The point on the pandemic in the world

 Coronavirus: The point on the pandemic in the world © provided by the point N Oua measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest developments in the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. France : 10 million first doses France has exceeded the 10 million first injections Thursday, a symbolic bar but also far from total protection against the epidemic. Nevertheless, the COVID-19 continues to fill the resuscitation services: with 5,729 patients in total, the level approaches the peak of the first wave (7,000 in April 2020).

How many people have been vaccinated ? More than 814 million doses have been administered—enough to vaccinate 5. 3 % of the global population. Delivering billions of vaccines to stop the spread of Covid-19 worldwide will be one of the greatest logistical challenges ever Mass vaccination centers were created from sport stadiums, theme parks, convention halls and race tracks.

With more than 566,000 coronavirus -related fatalities, the United States has the highest number of recorded deaths , with Brazil second with 368,700 deaths and Mexico third with 211,700. That's the number of people who have received a vaccine in poor countries, according to the Associated Press, compared to wealthy nations, where 1 in 4 people have been at least partially vaccinated . Rich countries have received 87% of the 700 million vaccine doses, the AP reports, and up to 60 countries might not receive any additional supply until June.

After a slight lull in March, the number of daily deaths is again rising, with an average of more than 12,000 deaths a day the week spent in the world, approaching the 14,500 daily deaths identified at the end of January, at the highest of the epidemic.

More than 139 million cases of contaminations have been identified, of which approximately 730,000 per day currently, a figure up consistent since the end of February. On the day of Friday, more than 829,000 cases were recorded in 24 hours, a record.

In Brazil, the second most endangered country in the world, some 3,000 deaths are announced every day. This figure has more than doubled since mid-February.

The rise in deaths is extremely fast in India, confronted with a third virulent wave. More than 1,000 daily deaths are identified in this country, nine times more than early March.

Covid-19 in Libya: Launch of the vaccination campaign

 Covid-19 in Libya: Launch of the vaccination campaign © Mahmud Turkia Prime Minister Libyan Abdelhamid Dbeibah is vaccinated against Covid-19, April 10, 2021 in Tripoli Libya reported having launched Saturday his campaign Vaccination against COVID-19, starting with Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dbeibah, while cases increase in this conflict fragile country. The announcement was made by the President of the National Center for Disease Control (CDC) Badreddine Al-Najjar at a press conference.

This data on vaccination policies is sourced from the Oxford Coronavirus Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT). This resource is published by researchers at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford: Thomas Hale, Anna Petherik, Beatriz Kira, Noam Angrist The development of a vaccine against COVID-19 has been much faster than the development of any other vaccine . Within less than a year several successful vaccines have already been announced and were approved for use in some countries. The hope is that even more manufacturers develop vaccines for COVID-19.

The global death toll from the coronavirus has topped a staggering three million , with cases more than 140 million, amid repeated setbacks in the vaccination campaign and a deepening crisis in places such as Brazil, India and France. The number of lives lost as of Saturday, as compiled by Johns Hopkins University, is about equal to the population of Kyiv (Ukraine), Caracas (Venezuela) or Lisbon (Portugal). When, in January this year, the world passed the bleak threshold of two million deaths , immunisation drives had just started in Europe and the United States.

The race for vaccination, very uneven across the country, has reached the world level nearly 863 million doses injected according to a balance sheet established by AFP.

The population of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, began receiving the first Anti-Covid vaccines on Saturday, the authorities giving priority to the elderly and medical staff in this country in North Africa weakened by conflict.

Main weapon against the pandemic, she suffers from Johnson & Johnson and Astrazeneca vaccine setbacks and is caught up with the multiplication of more contagious variants that become dominant forces in the pandemic.

- Weekend containment in Delhi - In India, a weekend confinement came into effect on Saturday in New Delhi. The capital ordered the closure of all non-essential services. Historic sites were deserted Saturday, restaurants, shopping centers and closed gyms and empty streets.

Covid-19: For WHO, the pandemic is at a critical point

 Covid-19: For WHO, the pandemic is at a critical point © Christopher Black Organización Mundial de la Salud / AFP for Tedros Ghebreyesus, even if the pandemic is "far from over", there is "There are many reasons to be optimistic. While vaccination accelerates and some countries are unfolding, CIVID-19 contaminations increase in the world for the seventh consecutive week. Since Geneva, WHO warns: the pandemic continues to progress exponentially.

Under the latest data of Worldometers, the COVID-19 victims’ number reaches 3 013 613 worldwide . A total of 140 582 280 people got infected since the virus outbreak. Brazil I third with 13 834 342 cases of coronavirus , with the infection having claimed 369 024 lives. A total of 119 500 291 infected recovered worldwide . If you find out orphographic mistake in the text, please select mistaken part of the text and press Ctrl + Enter.

In the United States, more than 564,800 virus-related deaths have been confirmed, about one in 567 people — the most of any other country. In Latin America, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Argentina and others have been hit hard by the virus. Mexico has recorded more than 211,000 deaths . As dangerous virus variants spread, many developed countries are racing to vaccinate their populations as fast as possible. More than 841 million vaccine doses have been administered worldwide , though some countries have yet to report a single dose, according to a New York Times database that tracks

The state of Maharashtra, which includes Bombay, that of Gujarat and that of Karnataka, where is the Bangalore computer center, have imposed traffic restrictions.

The state of Uttar Pradesh, which has 240 million inhabitants, ordered a containment of a day Sunday.

Similarly, the state of Uttarakhand (North) limited rallies to 200 people, but exempt the huge Hindu Kumbh Mela festival, which has been held since January, and attracted 25 million people without masks or distancing of which 4.6 million this week.

In Thailand, where the flame epidemic, restrictions will be imposed from Sunday, including the prohibition of the sale of alcohol in restaurants and bars in Bangkok, epicenter of the third wave of Covid-19.

Over the past ten days, the total number of infections has passed in Thailand from 29,900 to more than 40,500.

- Quarantine in France - In Europe, the waltz-hesitation between restrictions to curb propagation and relaxation to support the economy is in full swing.

Spain extended Saturday until early May the obligation to be quarantined for all passengers arriving on its territory for twelve countries - Brazil, Peru, Colombia and nine African countries - due to fears related to variants Coronavirus.

France will introduce a mandatory forty forty for travelers from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa, facing concern over VVID-19 variants. This measure will be fully effective Saturday, April 24th.

Several countries have announced relaxation.

Denmark will accelerate its reopening on April 21, with spectators in stadiums and guests at the restaurant. Italy should start the reopening of restaurants and schools from Monday, April 26th.

In Brazil, the state government of Sao Paulo has announced Friday the reopening of the shops and the authorization of the presidential religious cults from Sunday, even though the number of daily deaths of COVID-19 remains very high in all the countries.

COVID-19 in the United States: New York regains a semblance of freedom thanks to the vaccination .
© Screenshot France 24 Restaurants have reopened in New York while the Vovid-19 vaccination campaign beats its Full in the United States. While vaccination progresses in the United States, social life takes up in New York. The immunization rate of the inhabitants has allowed the reopening of the restaurants and the celebration in the streets of the legalization of cannabis in this state of the northeast. Reportage. In the United States, the huge VVID-19 vaccination campaign follows its course .

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