US News Coronavirus at Reunion: Two tents of a burned vaccination center, the preferred criminal trail
COVID: A vaccination and a burded pharmacy during clashes in Martinique
© Lionel Chamoiseau / AFP in Fort-de-France in Martinique Saturday night, a vaccination and a pharmacy have been burned for clashes between a hundred protesters. and the police. These tensions took place in the aftermath of the introduction of a new curfew for a duration of at least three weeks in Martinique.
The incident did not hurtFire - The incident did not hurt
two tents of a vaccination center for possession on the island ofmeeting took fire on Sunday 21 hours, reports . They were used to welcome the inhabitants wishing to be vaccinated against the . The fire was quickly mastered by firefighters. Our colleagues do not evoke a victim.
A gendarmerie survey was opened after the disaster. The criminal track seems privileged.
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COVID-19: The Delta variant represents 83% of the new cases detected in metropolitan France
in its study, published on Friday, July 30, the Health Agency Public Health France points to the prevalence of the Variant Delta in the contamination, and its responsibility in The rise in hospitalizations. Alpha and Gamma remain majority in the overseas. © Provided by FranceInfo initially detected in India, the Variant Delta continues to progress in the world and in France.
other fires took place In vaccination centers like
in Urrugne in the Atlantic Pyrenees mid-JulyThe Prefect has reconfined flames. In Martinique, during a demonstration against the curfew imposed on the island. At Reunion,
Island since the weekend of July 31 and August 1st. He also closed the restaurants, the bars, the gyms. New restrictions to curb the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic while onlyinjections, according to the figures of the Regional Health Agency of August 5th. HealthCoronavirus: the acceleration of critical hospitalizations and admissions of the 4th wave is confirmed
COVID-19: new restrictions in Israel after a flight of the .
© Menahem Kahana contaminations, AFP An Israeli health officer administers a third dose of the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine for health services CINEMA CITY complex of the 15 August 2021. New sanitary restrictions came into force on Wednesday in Israel, while the country has recorded its highest number of contaminations since January, despite a wide anti-coronavirus vaccination campaign.