Covid-19 infected more than 289 million people worldwide and killed more than 5.4 million people. Here are some of the latest developments related to coronavirus:
Saturday, January 1, 2022
Europe exceeds 100 million
According to AFP statistics, more than 100 million cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Europe since the outbreak of the pandemic, accounting for more than one-third of all infectious diseases worldwide.
The continent is once again the epicenter of the pandemic, fighting the surge in cases caused by the highly contagious strain of the virus, Omicron.
In Brazil, 49 Covid-19 people have died and 3,986 have cases.
Brazil has registered 49 Covid-19 deaths and 3,986 additional cases, according to data released by the National Ministry of Health.
The country currently records a total of 619,105 coronavirus deaths and 22,291,507 confirmed cases.
France requires masks for children
French officials have announced that children over the age of 6 will need to wear masks in public indoor locations as new cases of highly contagious Omicron variants have exceeded 200,000 for four consecutive days. Did.
The government wants to avoid closing schools after vacation by reducing the age of children who have to wear masks from 11 to 6.
Classes will resume on Monday and infants will be required to wear masks on public transport, sports facilities and places of worship. Mask’s mission extends to outdoor spaces in cities such as Paris and Lyon, which recently reintroduced wearing masks outdoors.
Dutch Police Attack Covid-Raves Breaking Rules
Local media reports that Dutch police have disbanded the rave party in violation of Covid’s rules, which involved hundreds of people in an obsolete factory.
According to NOS TV, dozens of police officers have entered a temporary venue in the heart of Rijswijk, and hundreds have been mobilized to make people shepherds.
British Minister says “Let’s live with the virus”
The UK Minister of Health argues that reimposing coronavirus restrictions in the UK is an “absolute last resort” and that the country “must try to live with Covid.”
“The curb of our freedom must be an absolute last resort, and the British people naturally expect us to do everything with our power to avoid them.” Health Minister Sajid Javid wrote in the article.
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