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US News coronavirus: the point on the pandemic in the world

20:40  24 july  2021
20:40  24 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Coronavirus: the United States will ship 25 million doses of vaccine in Africa

 Coronavirus: the United States will ship 25 million doses of vaccine in Africa in total, 49 countries should receive doses in the coming days © Alet Pretorius / AP / SIPA a police officer prepares to receive a dose From Johnson & Johnson to Soweto (South Africa), July 5th. Vaccination - In total, 49 countries should receive doses in the next days quickly their dose. The United States will ship 25 million doses of Vaccine against the Covid-19 in Africa , announced Friday of Americans and African officials. Shipments must begin in the coming days.

Une jeune femme réconfortée par un proche pendant sa vaccination contre le Covid-19 à Banda Aceh (Indonésie), le 24 juillet 2021 © Chaideer Mahyuddin a young woman comforted by a loved one during her vaccination against Cvid-19 in Banda Aceh (Indonesia), July 24, 2021

New measures, new balance sheets and Highlights: The point on the latest evolutions of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world.

- Anti-containment events in Australia -

Thousands of people demonstrated Saturday against confinement measures in Sydney, where violent clashes with the police took place, and Melbourne.

The protesters, who did not carry a mask, transgressed rules on non-essential displacements and public gatherings enacted by the authorities, the latter having suggested that the measures could apply until October.

Mecca: Second pilgrimage in limited numbers because of

 Mecca: Second pilgrimage in limited numbers because of coronavirus For the second consecutive year, a ultralimit pilgrims quota is accepted, because of the outbreak of coronavirus © AFP around the Kaaba, Great mosque in Mecca, July 16, 2021, the day before the Hajj. RELIGION - For the second consecutive year, a quota of pilgrims ultralimit is admitted, because of the outbreak of coronavirus Hundreds of Muslim worshipers arrived at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, western Saudi Arabia to participate from this Saturday at the annual pilgrimage.

- The opponents of the sanitary pass in the street in France -

"for freedom" and "against the health dictatorship": after a first national mobilization of at least 114,000 people on 17 July, dozens of events have again Place Saturday throughout France, against the extension of the sanitary pass and the mandatory vaccination for certain professions. Nearly 110,000 protesters were once again expected throughout the territory, according to the authorities.

- Quarantine Measures in Spain -

Spain will impose ten-day anti-covid quarantine from travelers from Argentina, Colombia, Bolivia and Namibia from July 27, the government announced. This quarantine can be reduced to seven days if the traveler has a negative test on the seventh day.

Leopoldina fears growing inequality by Corona

 Leopoldina fears growing inequality by Corona The National Academy of the Sciences Leopoldina fears long term a tightening of income inequality in Germany through the Corona Pandemic. According to © Hendrik Schmidt / DPA Leopoldina experts, the pandemic faces the economic and social policy in Germany in the medium and long term novel challenges. In the short term, the income losses of many people were limited by the social security systems.

- Hanoi confined to his turn -

Vietnam has placed in confinement on Saturday's eight million inhabitants of his capital Hanoi to attempt to contain the rise of Covid-19 cases.

After having managed to contain the assaults of the epidemic last year, Vietnam has seen the number of cases exploded since the end of April, and about one-third of its 100 million inhabitants is already confined.

- Russian Humanitarian Aid for Cuba -

Russia has announced having sent to Cuba two filled aircraft of humanitarian aid, including one million masks, to help cope with a sharp rise in the number of CVIV-19 cases and at the economic embargo of the United States.

The island of 11 million currently has a disturbing increase in the number of contaminations and deaths due to COVID-19: 316.383 and 2.203 since the beginning of the pandemic, according to official figures from Friday.

- Concerns for hospitals in Lebanon -

Coronavirus in India: Explosion of cases of "black mushroom" among the patients of COVID-19

 Coronavirus in India: Explosion of cases of The mucormycosis, rare disease but whose mortality rate exceeds 50%, may require the ablation of the eyes, nose or the nose or the Joor © INA Photo Agency // Sipa A PCR test by a nurse in Jammu & Kashmir, India, May 22, 2021 (Illustration) disease - mucormycosis, rare disease but whose mortality rate exceeds 50%, may require the ablation of the eyes, nose or jaw the India recorded in the last two months more than 45,000 cases of " black mushroom ", an Fungal infection that spreads among the pat

Economic collapse and shortages of electricity in Lebanon make hospitals very vulnerable and less equipped to cope with a possible new wave of the epidemic of COVID-19, warned Firass Abiad, director of the largest public hospital in the country.

In addition to the emigration of caregiver members and the shortages of drugs, hospitals face power cuts sometimes 22 hours a day as well as a rarefaction of the fuel oil, indispensable for the operation of private electricity generators who take over when the national company is deplenate.

- More than 40 million cases in Latin America -

The Latin America and Caribbean Region, the most bereaved around the world by the coronavirus pandemic, has surpassed the threshold of the 40 million cases reported on Saturday, according to a statement of the AFP from official figures. The number of deaths is more than 1.3 million.

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Custom Animal Human - After Corona no rethinking in mobility? .
The Corona pandemic has temporarily changed the mobility of the Germans, to a true rethinking, according to a study, but not lead. © Provided by Finanzen.net Thomas Lohnes / Getty Images Karlsruhe (DPA-AFX) - "The results suggest that the large mobility revolution has failed," writes the Fraunhofer Institute for System and Innovation Research ISI (Karlsruhe) View of a representative survey.

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