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US Coronavirus: The Pandemic Point

08:15  12 april  2021
08:15  12 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Coronavirus counter with new cases, deaths, and number of tests per 1 Million population. Scenario 2: a larger wave in the fall or winter of 2020 and one or more smaller subsequent waves in 2021. Scenario 3: a “slow burn” of ongoing transmission and case occurrence, but without a clear wave pattern. Whichever scenario the pandemic follows (assuming at least some level of ongoing mitigation measures), we must be prepared for at least another 18 to 24 months of significant COVID-19 activity.

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Une soignante remplit une seringue avec une dose de vaccin contre le coronavirus, dans un centre de vaccination dans la ville de Koweït le 11 avril 2021. © Yasser Al-Zayyat A caregiver performs a syringe with a dose of coronavirus vaccine, in a vaccination center in the city of Kuwait on April 11, 2021.

Measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest developments in the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world.

- France: Vaccination open over 55 years old -

All French aged 55 and over will be eligible for vaccination from Monday with Astrazeneca or soon Johnson & Johnson's vaccine announced the French minister of the Health Olivier Véran in Sunday newspaper.

To accelerate vaccination, the injection interval for the 2nd dose will be elongated for the Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna, currently reserved over 70 years or to people with comorbidities, also announced the Minister.

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They will also be able to receive Johnson & Johnson's, delivered in France from Monday and proposed, "by consistency and concern for efficiency, all over 55 years, without conditions".

The country, confined for the third time, approximates the bar of 100,000 dead.

- China gives 200,000 doses to Cameroon -

Cameroon received a donation of 200,000 doses of the VVID-19 vaccine developed by the Chinese firm Sinopharm, announced Sunday Cameroonian state television.

The doses will be used to launch the first phase of a vaccine plan by administering them into two injections to 100,000 people.

- RECORD OF CONTAMINATIONS IN ONTARIO -

The most populous province of Canada, Ontario, has identified Sunday more than 4,400 new contaminations at CVIV-19, a single day since the beginning of the pandemic in this region.

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Covid-19 has established itself as the deadliest, fastest-moving pandemic since 1918, and is nearing a half-million fatalities. During the century that separates the two outbreaks, the world battled a string of other devastating diseases including Ebola, SARS and several other flu pandemics . The novel coronavirus is continuing to spread across the globe, igniting new hotspots with as many as 150,000 new cases every day. Over six months into the global crisis, more than 9 million people have been infected, a number that’s certainly an undercount given how few people are being tested in places like

The health authorities reported 4,456 new cases and 21 additional deaths in the last 24 hours, with 7,552 the number of deaths from the disease in the province, struck by a third wave of Covid.

- England reopens its shops -

Non-essential shoppers like hairdressers, pubs' terraces and gym rooms come back Monday in England, confined since January. The other British nations follow their own strategy.

The United Kingdom, the most endangered country of Europe with more than 127,000 dead, sees its health situation strongly improving through a successful vaccination campaign.

- India prohibits the export of remesivir -

India has banned Sunday the export of the codesivir used to treat CVIV-19, while the rise in infections has led to the country a "sudden bond of demand "From this antiviral treatment.

A study supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) has established that this drug had only "little or no effect on patient mortality.

- Finding for the Thai New Year -

Some 40 Thai provinces have imposed restrictions on their territory and quarantine measures for visitors from Bangkok and other cities in Thailand, dreading an extension of The epidemic on the eve of New Year's holidays.

- Nearly 2.93 million dead -

The pandemic of the new coronavirus has made at least 2,929,563 dead in the world since the WHO office in China Reported the appearance of the disease at the end of December 2019, according to a report of AFP from official sources on Sunday.

The United States is the most affected country both in the number of deaths and cases, with 562,060 deaths for 31,194,993 cases identified.

follow Brazil (353,137 dead), Mexico (209,212), India (169.275) and the United Kingdom (127.080).

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