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US News Coronavirus: nearly 20,000 sanitary planning protesters in France

02:40  28 november  2021
02:40  28 november  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Growth in France contracted by a massive 13.8% in the second quarter. The economy had already shrunk by 5.8% in the first three months of the year. The Bank of France estimates that GDP will contract 10.3% this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy. It expects the economy to rebound by nearly 7% and 4% in 2021 and 2022 respectively. "This apparent strong rebound will not allow activity to return to levels observed at the end of 2019 until mid-2022.

For the 20th consecutive weekend, French people beat the pavement in several cities of France to protest against the sanitary pass

Des manifestants participent à un rassemblement pour protester contre le pass sanitaire à Pointe-à-Pitre en Guadeloupe, le 27 novembre 2021. © Christophe Archambault / AFP protesters participate to a rally to protest against the sanitary pass in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, November 27, 2021. Epidemie - For the 20th consecutive weekend, French people beat the pavement in several cities of France to protest the pass Sanitaire

A total of 19,700 people demonstrated this Saturday in France against the Pass sanitary , for the 20th consecutive weekend of mobilization , according to the balance sheet of the Ministry of the Interior , including more than 3,500 in Paris . The ministry has identified 155 shares throughout the country, compared to 158 shares and 23,000 protesters last on Saturday.

Second night of riots in the Netherlands against sanitary restrictions

 Second night of riots in the Netherlands against sanitary restrictions © Copyright 2021, Obs manifestations against health restrictions have once again turned to riot Saturday night in the Netherlands, especially in The Hague where Several policemen were injured in clashes with the protesters, the day after a "orgy of violence" in Rotterdam (South-West).

If France ’s experiment in confining its citizens — less rigorous than the Chinese, more precocious than the Italian, far more organized than the American — yields the hoped-for flattening of the curve, it would be vindication not just for the underlying system, but for a Western democracy’s organized effort But with coronavirus cases doubling every four days, even France ’s relatively luxurious system is creaking and straining. A week into France ’s total lockdown — little stirs on the echoing streets of Paris and the normally traffic-bound Place de la Concorde is now an empty windswept plaza — there are no signs

Coronavirus second wave: Which countries in Europe are experiencing a fresh spike in COVID-19 cases? That's a net increase of nearly 3,700 compared to the previous day, which far exceeds the previous record set last Friday at 7,830 new infections recorded by the Robert Koch Institute for Health Surveillance. Since Friday, Italy has seen a sharp rise in cases of Covid-19, with more than 10, 000 patients a day, and Lombardy, where Milan is located, is the most affected, as it was at the beginning of the pandemic in February and March.

According to the collective militant the yellow number, which publishes its own balance sheets with a delay time, they were about 64,000 out of 201 gatherings the previous week. In the capital, 3,510 protesters parade, according to the Prefecture of Police of Paris. The mobilization, launched in mid-July, has averaged a decline since August 7, dates from a peak of 237,000 protesters, according to the figures of the authorities.

A fifth "dazzling" wave

Faced the fifth wave of contaminations at the Covid-19 , qualified as "dazzling", The Government announced Thursday a hardening of the stresses without reconfining or curfew. He intensified the pressure on the non-vaccinated and opened the vaccination reminder from this Saturday to all major.

Coronavirus: Nearly 35,000 people demonstrate in Brussels to denounce sanitary measures

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France has recorded its biggest daily rise in coronavirus infections since March, as President Emmanuel Macron raised the possibility of another nationwide lockdown. German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned on Friday that in the coming months things would become "even more difficult than now", as people have been able to enjoy life outdoors over the summer. A protest against Germany's coronavirus restrictions was due to take place in Berlin on Saturday, despite a consistent rise in cases above 1, 000 a day recently.

From December 15th for over 65 years and January 15th for 18-64-year-olds, the booster dose will be mandatory for the sanitary pass to remain valid. For non-vaccinated, the period of validity of the negative tests entitling right to the sanitary pass will go from 72 to 24 hours.

Protest to the Caribbean

Three Millions of Vovid-19 vaccination appointments were taken from the announcement Thursday of the extension of the reminder campaign to the entire adult population, said Saturday the government.

In Martinique and Guadeloupe, the movement against the immunization obligation for caregivers, enamelled with violence, looting, fires and road blockages, does not run out of steam, and the situation remains moving, with filtering or hermetic dams. Gatherings took place this Saturday in Guadeloupe, organized by the organizations and sympathizers of the current social movement. Police and journalists were targeted by shots in Martinique .

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Burkina Faso: The police disperse protesters in Ouagadougou .
© AFP Photo / Sia Kambou seen from the city center of Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso. This is a very tense situation that reigns in the capital Burkinabè this Saturday, November 27. The security forces dispersed in the morning a group forbidden from protesters who demanded the resignation of President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré whom they deem "incapable" to stop the spiral of jihadist violence who regularly takes the country.

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