US Friday: "It comes as it had to come"
Covid anxiety remains as Pfizer and US government provide different messaging
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidance Friday with an unmistakable message: kids should be back in school in person this fall and schools should be very cautious about removing the measures meant to protect them. But decisions about Covid-19 safety precautions in schools will be made at the local level and they are already a hot political topic.But as the Biden administration struggles to boost low vaccination rates in Southern states amid a troublesome level of Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy, decisions about safety precautions in schools will be made, as always, at the local level.
Dagmar Friday sees the Olympic Summer Games of Tokyo (July 23 to 8 August) in the face of the latest corona news on the way to an announced misery. "It comes, as it had to come: Altogether already 55 Covid-19 cases, and it's only a fraction of the athletes and officials in Tokyo," said the chairman of the Bundestag Sports Committee to SID on Sunday.
The local organizers had confirmed the first two coronafals in athletes in the Olympic village. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) also announced that its member of Ryu Seung-Min (38), South Korean table tennis Olympic champion of 2004 is also affected.
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"First positive cases in the Olympic village - the only place where the athletes are allowed to embrace themselves as reasonably freely. Crowded shuttle buses are given to first media reports," said Friday and criticized: "The IOC stops in An irresponsible way on Mar of the safest games - with the assertion, a transfer within the different groups in the Olympic village was almost impossible. "
The German Ioc President Thomas Bach Lasse said, "null risk that the virus of participants will be borne in the playing in the population. Shigeru Omi, Covid-19 Chef Advisor of the Japanese Government, on the other hand, sees the danger a superpreader event, "said Friday.
Protest erupts at Myanmar’s Insein prison amid COVID outbreak .
Anti-military chants heard from inside colonial-era prison, which is used to hold opponents of the February coup.The protest on Friday was one of the first of its kind since the February 1 coup in the Southeast Asian country, where people across the country demonstrate daily against military rule.