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BREXIT: The United Kingdom delays the introduction of customs controls for the European Union
© Gareth Fuller semi-trailers upon arrival at the Port of Dover, April 4th. A new post-Brexit calendar. The British Government has decided to postpone the introduction of comprehensive customs controls on imports from the European Union. Objective: To have an "pragmatic" approach, while the United Kingdom is already facing supplies difficulties.
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic in the world.
- WHO opens the way of a 3rd treatment -
The World Health Organization (WHO) officially recommended a third treatment for CVIV-19 on Friday, the Regeneron synthesis antibodies, but only in some cases very specific.
Designed by the Regenero biotechnology company and marketed by the Roche laboratory under the name of RONAPREVE, this high cost treatment combines two antibodies made in the laboratory, the Caseirivimab and the imdevimab. Injected intravenously, they are supposed to support the immune system to neutralize coronavirus.
Coronavirus-L'Anicef calls for the reopening of schools in the countries affected by the pandemic
health - Coronavirus / Education (photo): Coronavirus-L'Anicef calls on the reopening of schools in the countries affected by the Manila pandemic September 16 (Reuters) - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has called on the authorities to reopen schools as soon as possible in countries where millions of students can not return to class, 18 months after The beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
The former President of the United States, Donald Trump, received this treatment when he had caught COVID in September / October 2020.
- Russia: New Daily Death Record -
Russia, the most endangered country in Europe , Friday recorded a new daily downtime record due to COVID-19, vaccination remaining pushing and defaulting measures.
according to the balance sheet provided by the Russian government crisis center, 828 people died of the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours. The previous record of 820 dead had been reached twice, on 23 September and 26 August 2021.
- Cuba: Reopening of the bars Restaurants -
The bars and restaurants, closed since January, rose gradually from Friday in eight of the 15 provinces Cuban, including Havana.
card. COVID-19: 41 departments below the alert threshold, the decline continues at
Hospital © Emile Kemmel / West-France A woman is tested at the coronavirus at the entrance of the Festival du Monde on the Crozon peninsula, Finistère, August 6, 2021. According to the daily public health record France, 41 departments now have an incidence rate below 50 cases per 100,000 population. In addition, the number of critical care patients drops to 1,805 patients. All indicators continue their progression in common sense.
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faced with a sharp rise in infections for two months, with a total of 832.286 cases, 7.048 deaths, Cuba has accelerated its vaccination campaign these Last weeks and now has 42.2% of its immune population with local vaccines, not recognized by WHO.
- Less than 2,400 classes closed in France -
Nearly 2,370 classes were closed Thursday because of the COVID-19 epidemic, a decreased figure compared to last week (3.299) and representing 0.45% of Country classes, announced the Ministry of National Education.
- Austria: The former Minister of the Interior Assures Do not be vaccinated -
The Head of the Austrian Party of Liberty (FPÖ, Far Right) Herbert Kickl in Brandi Friday on Television A medical certificate proving that he n 'had no antibodies of Covid-19, in order to "cut short to rumors" according to which it would have been "secretly vaccinated".
Coronavirus: The point on the pandemic in the world
© AFP N Oums Measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest evolutions of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. Biden promises a new financial effort US President Joe Biden promised Tuesday, from the United Nations Tribune, to increase the international efforts of the United States to fight against the pandemic and against change climate.
"Now we have at the top of the vaccinations that dominate the non-vaccinated, deprived of freedom," he said before the press, while Austria gradually harden the sanitary pass, prohibiting from October To non-vaccinated people to access stages and large showrooms in Vienna, even if they have a negative test.
- Cambodia: The "Festival of the Dead" Canceled -
The Cambodian authorities have canceled the "Festival des Dead", an annual festival during which the Buddhist faithful pay tribute to their deceased lovers.
The party, which started Tuesday, will end prematurely this weekend after nearly 50 Buddhist monks have been tested positive in the coronavirus and that the authorities closed their temple in Phnom Penh.
- more than 4.7 million dead -
The pandemic caused by the new coronavirus has made at least 4,725,638 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a balance sheet established by the AFP from official sources on Friday to 10:00 GMT.
The United States is the country who recorded the most deaths (684,357), before Brazil (592,964), India (446,368), Mexico (274,139) and Russia (202,273).
WHO estimates, taking into account the overmortality directly and indirectly related to CIVID-19, that the pandemic assessment could be two to three times higher.
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The United States exceeds CVID 700 000 deaths from COVID-19 .
© Leah millis, Reuters A volunteer working on the geolocation of flags as part of the operation "In America: Remember", a memorial for the Died of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, near Washington Monument in Washington, October 1, 2021. The United States has exceeded the threshold of the 700,000 deaths of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. The country records by far the heaviest human assessment related to the coronavirus, according to the count of Johns Hopkins University.