US News COVID-19: Morocco launches a vaccinal pass, Brazil affected for "many years"
Covid-19: a pin parliamentary report the "big mistakes" of the British government
© Jessica Taylor, AFP British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on 2 December 2020 in the House of Commons. The slowness with which the UK has declared a first containment response to the spread of the coronavirus last year was a huge mistake stemming from the lack of questioning of collective thought, concluded British MPs in report released Tuesday.
this Moroccan pass is a first in the Maghreb and has already provoked many disputes.
While the COVID-19 epidemic continues to be present in many countries, some take action. Morocco launched Thursday a Vaccinal Anti-Covid Pass, the first in a Maghreb country but whose mandatory nature to access public spaces has raised protests on social networks.
For its part, New Zealand has set a 90% immunization goal to end the confines, while Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister has unveiled an opening plan despite the tenacious grip of the Delta variant. "We have examined all the evidence, spoken to experts, studied the modeling of our situation and set a 90% full vaccination target for every DHB (Sanitary District) of New Zealand," said Friday Madame Ardnn at the press .
Covid-19: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not be vaccinated
© Bloomberg / Getty Images Covid-19: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not be vaccinated President Brazil announced on Tuesday 12 October, On the radio, he renounced himself to be vaccinated against CIVID-19. The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he would not finally be vaccinated against the Covid-19 , after asserting months for he would be "the last Brazilian" immunized. "I decided to stop getting vaccinated.
one billion doses in India
The negative effects of the pandemic in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in terms of growth, employment and Human capital, could "take many years before reverse," said the IMF Regional Director Thursday. "Growth for most of the region does not return to the trajectory we envisioned before the pandemic," Nigel Chalk noted, on the occasion of the publication of the report on the regional prospects of the International Monetary Fund. He mentioned the possibility that it takes more than five years before the growth of the gross domestic product returns to the pace of the crisis.
India has, for its part, administered Thursday, October 21, its billionth dose of Vaccine against Cvid-19, six months after a devastating outbreak of cases that had feared the collapse of its health system. According to the government, about three-quarters of the adults of this country of 1.3 billion people received an injection, and about 30% are completely vaccinated. Officially, India totals around 452,000 deaths, but this figure is considered largely underestimated.
COVID-19. 1300 festival-goers called to be tested in Toulouse after two positive cases detected
© Stéphane Geufroi / West France Nearly 1,300 people participated in this festival of music and Cuban dance, subject to the sanitary pass. (Picture of illustration) The ARS Occitanie recommended, Saturday, a screening at COVID-19 of the 1300 participants of the HOLÀ Cuba festival. Two cases of contamination were identified after the event that took place from October 8 to 10 in Toulouse and Bruguières. The sanitary pass is not infallible.
Tens of thousands of dead caregivers of COVID
between 80,000 and 180,000 health professionals died from COVID between January 2020 and May of this year, according to an estimate of the World Health Organization published Thursday. For its part, Pfizer has announced developing a recall dose of the VVID-19 vaccine, which would be effective at 95.6% against symptomatic forms, according to a study of the two laboratories published Thursday. In Moscow, the town hall ordered the closure of 28 October to 7 November companies and non-essential organizations in order to stem its murderous outbreak of the epidemic.
The pandemic has made at least 4,919,295 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a balance sheet based from official sources, Thursday at 10:00 GMT. The United States is the most endangered country with 733,033 dead, followed by Brazil (604,679), India (452,811), Mexico (285,347) and Russia (227,389). WHO estimates, taking into account the overmortality directly and indirectly linked to CIVID-19, that the pandemic assessment could be two to three times higher.
Management Covid: Senate report calls for the indictment of Bolsonaro for crimes against humanity .
© Copyright 2021, The Obs The parliamentary inquiry committee (ICC) on the pandemic in Brazil Tuesday approved 26 October the damning report of its six-month investigation, which recommended the indictment of President Jair Bolsonaro for nine crimes, including "crimes against humanity", "prevarication", "quackery" and "incitement to crime". After dozens of hearings, often poignant, the ICC has accused the government of having "deliberately exposed" Brazilians "a mass contamination." After the v