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5.15 pm. The United States announced on Saturday that 2.5 million doses of anti-Govt vaccine would be sent to the island of Taiwan. Established for a long time as a model for better management of the epidemic, but in the grip of the height of the epidemic, at the risk of provoking Beijing’s anger, Taiwan has sought the help of its powerful historical ally. “We are donating 2.5 million doses of the vaccine to Taiwan, and its health partnership with the United States has saved lives here and around the world,” spokesman Net Price said. American diplomatic word on Twitter. This is three times more than the group of U.S. senators who will visit the island in early June.
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3:44 p.m. In front of Quebec. Quebec will receive 68 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of July, or 13 million more than expected. The Canadian region is more present than the reopening table.
3:00 p.m. Exhausted, medical practitioners march for their working conditions in Paris. While their working hours are limited to 48 hours per week, medical practitioners work an average of 58 hours. The National Intercindical des Internis has been organizing a strike since Friday to demand the number of hours of their work, which continues this Saturday. They are on the street from 1pm today for a demonstration that started from the University Hospitals of Pitti Salpatrie Paris. They have already marched through the streets of Paris this year to pay tribute to their colleagues who committed suicide in the face of the stress and heavy burdens they endured during the health crisis.
2:10 p.m. In German schools, prohibition gestures to be maintained until winter. “We cannot go back to school without safety measures,” German Health Minister Jens Spahn told an online conference at the Evangelical (Lutheran) Academy in Dutting on Saturday. The CDU member suggested that measures such as compulsory mask wearing or rotating teaching in classrooms would still be needed in the fall and winter, despite the very low incidence rate currently being experienced in Germany.
13:35. JO: Removes fan zones scheduled to follow the Tokyo tournament. The governor of the Japanese capital, Yuriko Koike, has announced that six fan clubs that initially planned to follow the Olympics in Tokyo during the Olympics (July 23 to August 8) have been canceled due to a health crisis. “We have decided to cancel these events that unite the people,” Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide told reporters after meeting with Suu Kyi. “To compensate, we use the Internet to create a sports atmosphere and to spread a lot of cultural information. “
12:45 p.m. Shenzhen Airport cancels flights after a positive lawsuit. Nearly 400 flights were canceled on Friday at Shenzhen Bao Airport in southern China following the identification of a favorable case for the corona virus. City health officials said the delta variant, which concerns a 21-year-old employee at the international airport, is polluting. On Thursday, he tested positive in a routine check on staff at the world’s 9th busiest airport. Dozens of flights scheduled for Saturday in the city, which is provided by major Asian technology companies Hawaii and Tencent, were also canceled.
12:15. In Germany, the event rate was less than 10 for the first time since September. According to the latest data from the Robert Koch Institute of Virology (RKI), the incidence rate in Germany has dropped below 10 infections per 100,000 people for the first time since September 13, 2020. At a rate of 9.3 per 100,000 population, Germans are now far from the peak of 197.6 epidemics per 100,000 citizens, which was reached on December 22, 2020.
11:30 p.m. In Parisian transport, the impact of delivery is enduring. With the improvement in the health condition, public transport in Ile-de-France is “gradually rising”, according to RATP CEO Catherine Gilvard. But “we can clearly see that there is still a lot more to delivery” and in the future “delivery will have an impact, that’s for sure”, he continues. “We designed an average of two days of delivery for everyone”, which would mean -5 to -7% attendance.
11:15 am. New record of cases in Moscow. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sofianin announced on Friday that the Russian capital, Kovit-19, is facing a record burst for the second day in a row, with 9,120 infections reported in the past 24 hours due to the delta variant of the corona virus. However, strict control measures are not on the agenda. “89.3% of patients are affected by the delta variant of the corona virus. It is very aggressive and spreads fast. This is why we see an outbreak of morbidity and a strong increase in hospital admissions, ”he added. Moscow has already increased the number of beds for Kovit patients this week from 13 to 17,000 and plans to increase its capacity to 20,000 in the coming days.
10:50 p.m. Loosening controls in Guadeloupe. The leader of the Guadeloupe Alexandre Rosatte, “puts an end to the common obligation to wear a mask outside”, although new varieties appear from this Saturday. From today, restaurants will be able to reopen their indoor rooms, bars will be able to house customers halfway up the terrace, and wearing masks outside will no longer be mandatory.
9:55 am. In India, pollution is declining. The Indian Ministry of Health has linked more than 60,000 cases and 1,600 deaths to the corona virus as infection rates have continued to decline in recent weeks after a severe relapse between April and May. India has so far amassed 29.8 million confirmed cases and 385,137 deaths. The number of active cases has dropped to 760,019 today, the lowest number in 74 days, according to the Ministry of Health.
9:35 p.m. In the UK, holidays are at a premium with restrictions. Britain, reluctant to travel to Europe this summer, faces raising holiday rental prices within its borders Defender. “Prices are so expensive, it’s ridiculous,” even one mother accuses. For example, hotel prices for July in Cornwall were 30% higher in July this year than in 2019 – an average of 5 135 per night – before everything was sold out.
8:55 p.m. Mexico City goes yellow alert again. Mexico City won two weeks ago again on the alert level in the face of Covit-19, and the number of its cases has increased again in recent days. It is therefore reversed to a “high risk” alert, without affecting scheduled reopening plans. With more than 230,000 deaths and a population of 126 million, Mexico is the fourth most affected country in the world. He launched a vaccination campaign that has so far delivered a total of 39 million doses.
8:40 p.m. What is the state of the world? The epidemic has killed more than 3,844,390 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to an estimate established in mid-Friday from AFP official sources. After the United States (600,934 deaths), the countries with the highest number of deaths are Brazil (496,004), India (383,490), Mexico (230,792) and Peru (189,757). These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. The World Health Organization estimates that the number of infections is two to three times higher.
8:28. Mexico City and Paris are collaborating to prevent the risk of infection. Mexico is the first Latin American country to join Try International Prezode, Which was launched by Emmanuel Macron in January as part of a planetary summit. This initiative, which brings together research institutes in France (INRAE, CIRAD, IRD, etc.), Asia, Africa, Latin America and even universities, aims to prevent the destruction of nature by human hands, thus creating new diseases.
8 hours. “We cannot pretend that the epidemic is over. ” On Friday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron made a cautious call – in the face of the highly contagious Delta – in Euro competitions and in everyday life in general. The Franco-German couple, who were cautious as their health condition improved, warned of a resurgence of the epidemic on the European continent.
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