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COVID-19: In Brazil: Bolsonaro threatens to send the army to end the confinement
© AP - Bruna Prado Pandemic of Covid-19 in Brazil: disinfection operation in the slum of Santa Marta in Rio de Janeiro New political tensions in Brazil in the full pandemic, at 48 hours of the opening of an opening of a commission of inquiry into the management of the sanitary crisis. President Jaïr Bolsonaro raises the tone and threatens to send the army to end the confinement imposed in some cities.
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: a point on the latest developments of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world.
- New objectives for biden -
Joe Biden launched Tuesday a "new phase" of the Vovid-19 vaccination campaign in the United States, which must integrate adolescents and target more reluctant Americans, with a new objective of At least one injection for 70% of adults by the National Day of July 4th.
The US President has also announced a target of 160 million Americans fully vaccinated by the same date.
Coronavirus: India will receive a first share of Sputnik V vaccine on May 1st, according to RDIF
Health-Coronavirus-India-Russia: Coronavirus: India will receive a first share of Sputnik V vaccine on May 1, according to RDIF © Reuters / Dado RUVIC Coronavirus: India will receive a first set of Sputnik V vaccine on May 1 Moscow (Reuters) - India will receive a first batch of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19 on May 1, a Declared Monday in Reuters Kirill Dmitriev, the director of the Russian Russian Sovereign Fund, who manages the commercialization of the VVID-19 vaccine abroad.
A request for extension of the emergency authorization of the Pfizer / Biontech vaccine for the 12-15 years has been filed in early April in the United States, and the decision of the US Agency for Medicines (FDA) is expected in the days coming.
- A quarter of the Primo-vaccinated Europeans -
More than a quarter of the EU population received at least one dose Anti-Covid vaccine, welcomed Tuesday the European Commission, and more than 9% of its inhabitants are now fully vaccinated according to a statement of AFP.
"Vaccination is accelerating in Europe: We have just exceeded the 150 million vaccinations (...) We will have enough doses to vaccinate 70% of the EU adults in July," Tweeted Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Executive.
Coronavirus: The US send more than $ 100 million in medical assistance to India
Health-Coronavirus-India-USA: Coronavirus: The US send more than $ 100 million in medical help to India © Reuters / Pool Coronavirus: The US send more than $ 100 million in medical assistance to India Washington (Reuters) - The United States sends medical aid worth more than 100 million Dollars in India to help struggle against an upsurge of the coronavirus epidemic, has announced the White House in a press release Wednesday.
- EMA: Consideration of a Chinese vaccine -
The European Medicines Agency announced Tuesday the launch of a "ongoing examination" procedure of the Chinese Laboratory Sinovac vaccine, which paves the way for a possible request. next authorization in the EU.
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The Sinovac vaccine that uses the conventional technique of the inactivated virus, has been allowed in February in China then Chile, Brazil, Philippines, Ukraine or Turkey.
- Brazil: Bolsonaro criminated by an ex-minister -
A former health minister of Brazil, Luiz Henrique Mandetta, assured Tuesday before a parliamentary inquiry committee having warned "expressly" President Jair Bolsonaro of "Clutissimes consequences "His denial against the coronavirus pandemic, which has been nearly 410,000 dead in the country.
Describe in resuscitation in France, New Delhi always confined ... The point on coronavirus
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: the point on the latest developments in the Pandemic of Covid-19 in France and around the world. © Reuters The situation in France The number of CVIV-19 patients in the resuscitation services continued its decline, for the fifth consecutive day, with less than 5,600 registered patients, according to Public health figures France.
M. Mandetta was limited to the end of March 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic, because he defended the physical distancing to try to stem the contaminations, a totally rejected idea by the Head of State.
- 20 million cases in India -
The situation in India is increasingly disturbing, with more than 20 million contaminations identified since the beginning of the pandemic and a completely asphyxiated sanitary system.
More than 350,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported Tuesday, a slight decrease from the peak of April 30, with 402,000 contaminations. Many experts believe that the real balance sheet is much higher.
- Towards a return to normal for the Germans vaccinated -
Germany will switch on a return to normal for people vaccinated against COVID, with a lifting of restrictions such as the night curfew or the limits of private meetings .
The Government of Angela Merkel adopted Tuesday a relaxing order for those who received two doses the many prohibitions in force for several months.
- FC Barcelona: Possible offense of the COVID -
Laliga Protocol, the organ that manages professional football in Spain, has opened an investigation for a possible violation of the Covid-19 protocols of the Spanish Championship, after the meal organized by the FC Barcelona players at Lionel Messi's home.
Barça's players, some of whom were accompanied by their companions, met on Monday at their captain Messi, while meetings of more than six people are prohibited among individuals in Barcelona.
- More than 3.2 million dead -
The pandemic has made at least 3,214,644 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a balance sheet established by AFP from official sources on Tuesday.
The United States is the country who recorded the most death (578,403), before Brazil (411,588), India (222,408), Mexico (217,345) and the United Kingdom (127,539).
These numbers are overall undervalued. They are based on the daily balance sheets of national health authorities, without including revaluations based on statistical bases.
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United Kingdom. Boris Johnson announces an independent inquiry into his management of the .
pandemic © Hannah McKay / Reuters Boris Johnson in front of Downing Street in London, May 12, 2021. claimed by the opposition, this independent inquiry will be launched in the spring of 2022. British Prime Minister announced it on Wednesday 12 May. From the beginning of the health crisis, the Conservative Leader was implicated for chaotic management of the pandemic, which made more than 127,000 deaths in the United Kingdom.