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US News The number of classes closed down, vaccination soon mandatory for students in California, fourth consecutive record of deaths in Russia ... The point on the pandemic of Covid-19

01:05  02 october  2021
01:05  02 october  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

hospitalizations up, high incidence rate, low vaccination ... The epidemic does not smell in Guyana

 hospitalizations up, high incidence rate, low vaccination ... The epidemic does not smell in Guyana © Copyright 2021, Obs The former Minister Christiane Taubira refused on Thursday, September 23 to call the Population of Guyana, from which it originates, to be vaccinated against the Cvid-19, arguing that it does not have "elements of information" on the situation and does not want "deciduous" its "strong word". The overseas department remains one of the only territories where the epidemic does not seem to weaken .

Under a new mandate by Governor Gavin Newsom, California will require all eligible schoolchildren to be vaccinated against Covid - 19 . While Newsom portrayed his mandate as “about keeping our kids safe,” children are extremely unlikely to suffer serious illness or death as a result of Covid - 19 . Across the US, only 478 children aged between 0 and 17 of the disease, out of a total of 687,000 deaths . In the UK, researchers recently found that a child’s chance of dying from Covid - 19 is somewhere around one in 500,000 .

A healthcare professional administers a dose of the Pfizer coronavirus disease ( COVID - 19 ) vaccine to Dr Chris Quinn as high-risk workers receive the first vaccines in the state of Victoria's rollout of the program, in Melbourne, Australia, February 22, 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders. Aug 16 (Reuters) - A sharp upturn in infections due to the Delta variant and a slowdown in vaccinations have pushed governments to make COVID - 19 shots mandatory for health workers and other high-risk groups. A growing number of countries also stipulate that a shot or a negative test will be needed for dining out

Dans une classe d'anglais au collège Jean-Perrin, dans le 20ème arrondissement de Paris, en septembre dernier. © Cyril Zannettacci in an English class at College Jean-Perrin, in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, last September.

The number of closed classes drops below the 1,700. 1,692 classes were closed Thursday because of the CVIV-19 epidemic, a decreased figure compared to last week and representing 0.32% of classes. of the country, announced the Ministry of National Education. In this weekly point, the ministry also indicates that eight school structures (seven schools and high school) are closed because of the epidemic, or 0.013% of the institutions.

establishments nevertheless in Guyana. Colleges, high schools and upper classes, will close from October 4 to 14 inclusive, where the Delta variant circulates actively, except for students passing exams, announced the prefecture in a statement. In the French communes of Guyana where the rate of incidence reaches the 600 to 700 cases per 100,000 population, all students in high school and superior, except those preparing examinations, will have to follow the distance courses over this period.

coronavirus: the point on the pandemic in the world

 coronavirus: the point on the pandemic in the world © Tang Chhin Sothy in Cambodia, faithful come to give food and other offerings to a monk of a temple of Phnom Penh, on September 24, 2021, at the Used from the Day of the Morts New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic in the world.

California will become the first U.S. state to mandate statewide COVID - 19 vaccinations for schoolchildren as early as January, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday. The United States leads the world in COVID - 19 cases and deaths , accounting for 19% and 14% of all reported infections and fatalities, according to the Reuters tally. Globally, the pandemic is set to surpass 5 million deaths . While national hospitalization numbers have fallen in recent weeks, some states, especially in the south of the country, are bucking that trend to record big rises, putting pressure on healthcare systems.

The Covid - 19 pandemic has coughed up many issues about what our governments and public health authorities can do, none more controversial or divisive than those surrounding the mass compulsory vaccination of entire populations. And, today, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) inadvertently weighed in on this hotly contested topic by handing down a judgement on the rights of a group of parents from the Czech Republic to refuse mandatory vaccinations for their children.

Prolongation of the confinement in New Caledonia, 129 dead in three weeks. The confinement, in force since September 7 in New Caledonia, is prolonged by two weeks due to of a circulation still too high from COVID-19 . Nearly 130 people died in three weeks.

Fourth consecutive record of daily deaths in Russia, rising cases. A new record of dead and contaminations that skyrocketed: Russia continues on Friday to be shaken by a serious fourth wave of CVIV-19 favored by the Delta Variant and a laborious vaccination campaign. For the fourth day in a row, the country recorded a daily death record with 887 deaths related to the virus in the last 24 hours, according to the balance sheet published by the government.

Hospitals from northern Syria hit hard by a covid outbreak. The number of COVID-19 cases exploded in recent weeks in northern Syria and reached critical levels. In some of the areas most affected by the conflict that broke out in 2011, sanitary infrastructure is insufficient, and basic medical supplies and vaccine doses are lacking.

Coronavirus in Russia: New Daily Death Record

 Coronavirus in Russia: New Daily Death Record Since June, Russia is hard hit by the alternative alternative of the coronavirus, renowned more contagious, and can not stop its progression © Alexander Semanchuk / TASS / SIPA U Doctors in Russia, December 22, 2020. EPIDEMY - Since June, Russia has been hit hard by the alternative delta of the coronavirus, deemed more contagious, and fails to stop its progression immunization remaining laborious and the containment measures.

Those who are reluctant or anxious about signing up for a Covid - 19 vaccine should be encouraged and incentivized to roll up their sleeves, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, while railing against coercion and intimidation. Speaking on Sunday as part of a meeting with members of the governing United Russia party, ahead of parliamentary elections next month, Putin paid tribute to According to Putin, “it is possible, and necessary, to create different kinds of incentives” in order to increase the number of people eager to be immunized, and these are preferable to tough rules and undue pressure.

Fifteen deaths were recorded on Friday including five who'd received both jabs. Majority of the new Covid - 19 cases remain in Sydney's west and south-west. The latest Covid victims also include two people in their 60s, two in their 70s, six people in their 80s, and two in their 90s - bringing the total number of deaths in the recent outbreak to 352.

The anti-Covid vaccine will become mandatory for all students in California. The Governor of the US State Gavin Newsom announced on Friday that all students eligible for Vovid vaccine will have to be vaccinated to attend classes physically, whether they are in school in the public or private system. This decision is unprecedented in the United States on such a scale and concerns millions of students in California, the most populous state of the country. It will only enter into force next year after the federal health authorities will fully validate the vaccine. It is at this stage authorized for children aged 12 to 15 years under an emergency procedure related to the pandemic. The authorization is on the other hand for individuals over 16 years old.

In Finland, we also vaccinate the aims. After human beings, the aim. In Finland, these small mammals high for their fur will be entitled to their injection of VVID-19 vaccine. This is not one of the authorized products in humans, but an experimental vaccine that has received temporary use authorization during the pandemic period from the Finnish Food Authority.

Sri Lanka raises part of its anti-COVID-19 restrictions. Sri Lanka has partly lifted the containment measurements set for nearly six weeks to contain a ferocious vague VVID-19 , now a night curfew and the prohibition of large gatherings.

Total lifting of anti-Covid restrictions in Zambia. The Zambian government, where only 3% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, has announced Friday the total lifting of the virus restrictions from Saturday due to the decline in cases of contamination. The poor and landlocked country of 18 million inhabitants has 209,114 cases of contamination and 3,649 deaths. A death has been recorded in the last 24 hours.

Vaccination: a demonstration forces the Vaxibus to leave Rennes earlier than expected .
launched in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Operation Vaxibus of Skyrock had to stop Monday and Tuesday in Rennes. The bus will finally stay only one day © Ted S. Warren / AP / SIPA Vaccination against CVIV-19 (illustration). Coronavirus - Launched in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Operation Vaxibus de Skyrock had to stop Monday and Tuesday in Rennes. The bus will finally stay only one day opponents of vaccination against the Covid-19 smile in Rennes.

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