Covid-19 infected more than 281 million people worldwide and killed more than 5.4 million people. Here are some of the latest developments related to coronavirus:
Tuesday, December 28, 2021
Spain’s infection rate soars
The coronavirus infection rate in Spain exceeded 1,000 for the first time per 100,000 people. This was astonished by the rapidly expanding variant of Omicron, but the hospital was far less burdensome than the previous pandemic wave.
According to health ministry data, the rate measured over the last 14 days has risen to 1,206 following the Christmas weekend.
This is compared to the 911 reported on Thursday, which first surpassed the 900 past records set in late January.
The aggregate has not been updated since Thursday, adding 214,619 new cases to the 5,932,626 cases recorded since the start of the pandemic.
U.S. halves quarantine period
The United States has set new highs in multiple US states and Europe, causing havoc in the world’s air travel, and asymptomatic Covid cases to slow the mass turmoil by Omicron. Halved the quarantine period.
Since Friday, about 11,500 flights have been scrapped worldwide, making it one of the busiest travel periods of the year, with tens of thousands more delayed. Several airlines have stated that the surge in the case of the Omicron coronavirus mutant caused a staff shortage.
Cases in the United States are already on track to reach record highs in January, boosted by the large pockets of unvaccinated residents and lack of access to quick and easy tests.
Brazil reports 86 Covid-19 deaths
According to data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Health, Brazil has enrolled 86 Covid-19 deaths and 6,840 additional cases, as two of Brazil’s 27 federal units were unable to provide up-to-date information. , The statistics were incomplete.
South American countries are currently enrolling a total of 618,534 coronavirus deaths and 22,246,276 confirmed cases.
Brazil has the second highest number of deaths in the world after the United States, but the number of daily deaths and cases has dropped dramatically in recent months.
Borsolano does not vaccinate her daughter
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro will not vaccinate his 11-year-old daughter with Covid-19, he said.
Right-wing leaders added that state health minister Marcelo Vieira will reveal on January 5 how Brazil will implement a coronavirus vaccination campaign approved earlier this month for ages 5-11. ..
Child vaccination is a hot topic in Brazil, where the majority of the population supports vaccines, but Bolsonaro’s core supporters are enthusiastic about this measure.
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