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US Coronavirus: The Pandemic Payemic

08:20  06 may  2021
08:20  06 may  2021 Source:   france24.com

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© Prakash Mathema Workers in combination of protection expand a crematorium next to CVIV-19 died funeral bakers in Kathmandu May 5, 2021 Des travailleurs en combinaison de protection élargissent un crématorium à côté de bûchers funéraires de personnes décédées du Covid-19 à Katmandou le 5 mai 2021 New measures, new balance sheets and highlights : One point on the latest evolutions of the Covid-19 pandemic in the world. - Towards a lifting of vaccine patents - The United States announced on Wednesday that they were in favor of the lifting of patents on anti-Covid vaccines, an exceptional position at a time when poor countries are lacking. cruelly valuable doses, only weapons against the pandemic that continues its havoc, especially in India.

© Sels Hassan A caregiver is preparing to administer an anti-Covid vaccine to a man in a vaccination center in Karachi in India on May 5, 2021 Un soignant s'apprête à administrer un vaccin anti-Covid à un homme dans un centre de vaccination à Karachi en Inde le 5 mai 2021 if the boss of WHO has hailed a "historical decision", the International Federation of the Pharmaceutical Industry (IFPMA) has been judged "disappointing" this decision. "A suspension is the simple but false answer to a complex problem," says the pharmaceutical lobby. - Effective Pfizer at more than 95%, according to a study - The Pfizer / Biontech vaccine is effective at more than 95% against CVIV-19, but the level of efficiency decreases significantly when the person receives only one Both doses, according to a study conducted in Israel, the largest ever realized alive.

published in the Medical Review The Lancet, its authors - scientists of Pfizer and the Israeli government - are in Israel, a country champion country of immunization, the latter "has been the main engine of the decline of the infections to Covid- 19 ".

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- India: 6.7 billion dollars for health -

The Central Bank of India is climbed Wednesday to help counter the second wave of Covid-19 which ravages the country by announcing $ 6.7 billion cheap loans to the health sector.

- G7: MORE SOLIDARY DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINES -

exhorted by the World Health Organization (WHO) to solidarity in the face of the pandemic, the rich countries of the G7 discussed Wednesday to London means to increase their financial assistance or to share their excess doses to help poor states.

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- "Chemical war" - "The military know what a war is chemical, bacteriological. Are we not in a new war? And what is the country that saw its GDP increase the most? ", Questioned Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro at an official ceremony in Brasilia, insinuating that the VVID-19 virus had been created in "laboratory" by China.

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- Egypt strengthens its measures for the end of Ramadan -

Egypt has announced a strengthening of its measures to combat coronavirus when approaching the Muslim holiday of Eid el-Fitr that will mark the week Next the end of the month of fasting Ramadan.

The most populous Arab country, with some 101 million inhabitants, has decided to close its cafes, shopping centers and restaurants at 9:00 pm from Thursday and until May 21st.

- Partial containment in Kuala Lumpur -

Malaysia, confronted with a new increase in coronavirus cases, will strengthen restrictions in its capital where only the essential businesses will be allowed to open and restaurants will be closed.

The partial confinement in Kuala Lumpur, which must in principle last from May 7 to 20, was announced in the aftermath of the authorities' decision to strengthen restrictions in several regions surrounding the capital.

Russia lags behind others in its COVID-19 vaccination drive

  Russia lags behind others in its COVID-19 vaccination drive MOSCOW (AP) — While at the Park House shopping mall in northern Moscow, Vladimir Makarov saw it was offering the coronavirus vaccine to customers, so he asked how long it would take. “It turned out it’s simple here — 10 minutes,” he said of his experience last month. But Makarov, like many Muscovites, still decided to put off getting the Sputnik V shot. Russia boasted last year of being first in the world to authorize a coronavirus vaccine, but it now finds itself lagging in getting its population immunized.

- Incentives for Vaccination -

Serbia will pay 25 euros to each of its citizens already vaccinated and to those who will be vaccinated by the end of May, announced Wednesday President Aleksandar Vucic.

In the United States, initiatives are also multiplying to convince the undecided to be vaccinated against CVIV-19.

- More than 3.2 million deaths -

The pandemic has made at least 3,230,058 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a balance sheet established by the AFP from official sources Wednesday in the middle of the day.

The United States is the country who recorded the most death (579.249), before Brazil (414,399), India (226,188), Mexico (217,740) and the United Kingdom (127,543).

These numbers are overall undervalued. They are based on the daily balance sheets of national health authorities, without including revaluations based on statistical bases.

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NHL's COVID protocol-related absences for May 8, 2021 .
Players in the protocol are: Colorado's Devan Dubnyk and Washington's Evgeny Kuznetsov.Calgary – TBA

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