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11:00. Bouches-du-Rhône, the only department with more than 400 cases per 100,000 population. According to French Health France data, the incidence rate is still over 400 cases per 100,000 population, 482 to be accurate. In this segment, hospital tension is very high, with 81% of beds occupied.
10:35 am. The application to identify those in isolation is controversial in Australia. This application, called home isolation, monitors isolated people as they enter the territory. He is currently being tested in South Australia. For 14 days, the police send text messages during the day, and the isolated person is required to take a photo of himself in the area restricted to his isolation. If in doubt, the police intervene. In Protector, An association for the protection of individual liberty has called for a ban on its use.
10 hours. SNCF introduces annual flat rates for employees working from home. SNCF now offers “My Annual Telecommunications Package”. It is suitable for long distance travel of employees who have to travel to their company two or three days a week. Read our article.
9:35 am. More than 969 million people in China have been fully vaccinated.
9:20 am Concerns about delays in the implementation of the mountain project. “We’m still in the dark!” Says Alexandre Moulin, president of Domains Skypels de France on Tourmag.com. On May 27, 2021, Jean Costex released the exterior of the mountain project. Alexander Moulin considers the “vacancy and investment plan” a big blur.
9 p.m. Japan orders 150 million doses of novovax vaccine Subject to regulatory approval of this product, Japan will receive 150 million doses of anti-Govt vaccine from US NovaVox. U.S. biotech NovaVox said in June that its vaccine was more than 90% effective, including variants after examining nearly 30,000 people in the United States and Mexico. The vaccination campaign in Japan, criticized for its late and difficult start, has accelerated in recent months and 48% of the population is now fully vaccinated. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suka set a 60% target by the end of September last month.
8.45 am “I protect the transparency of contracts signed with pharmaceutical companies”. Once the negotiations were over, Clement said, “these agreements need to be verified”. The audit court may seize.
8:35 p.m. “We have adequate vaccine levels,” said Clement Bean, secretary of state for European affairs in France. ” Today there is a large-scale vaccination in Europe and France, ”said the Secretary of State for European Affairs. In addition, Europe exported 700 million vaccines to the world. 200 million vaccines will be provided to poor countries. So far, only 20 million have been donated. “We are not in advance, but donations of sizes will now be made on a large scale.”
8:15 p.m. Industrial production resumed in Germany in July. After three consecutive declines, German industry produced 1% more in one month in July. In one year, production is up 5.7%, but below pre-infection levels.
7.40 am. Strong recovery in exports to China in August. In August, China experienced a strong boom with a 25.6% year-over-year increase in its exports. Exports were driven by electronics sales and global recovery. This is the fastest growth since February.
7:25 p.m. Those admitted to the hospital in mid-June in Belgium and in the intensive care unit. There are currently 725 people suffering from corona in Belgium and hospitalized. The total is 7% higher compared to the previous week. Of them, 235 are in intensive care (+ 18%). The two indicators are the highest since mid-June, according to the Cincinnati Public Health Institute.
7:15 p.m. Taiwan is expected to receive up to 9 million doses of Pfizer and Bioentech vaccine. About 700,000 to 800,000 volumes arrive in the country each week.
7:10. Vietnamese sentenced to 5 years in prison for spreading Govt-19. Lu Wan Tri, 28, was found guilty of “spreading dangerous infectious diseases to others” after traveling from his hometown of Ho Chi Minh City to his home province of Ka Mau (southern) in July amid a heightened epidemic. Local Court. The young man is accused of failing to comply with his mandatory 21-day home isolation. According to state media, eight people have been affected by him.
7 hours. Partial unemployment results in the United Kingdom. Economists fear a wave of layoffs after the announcement of a comprehensive government short-term work plan that will support employment in the UK since the outbreak began. “The partial unemployment program has played a key role in securing nearly 12 million jobs over the past 18 months,” the British Treasury said, ending September 30. Nearly two million people were still in short-term jobs this summer: analyst Paul Tales estimates that “if not possible” a party will be made redundant and that we will witness an “increase in temporary unemployment in October”. , Capital Economy.
6:15 p.m. Finland will lift restrictions when the vaccine reaches 80%. Finland will remove the last restrictions to combat Govt-19 when 80% of people over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated. According to the government, the bar should be reached by October.
6:10 p.m. Reopening of borders in Cuba in mid-November. In order to revive the island’s key economic activities, Cuba will gradually reopen its borders to tourists from November 15, and the Ministry of Tourism has said that PCR tests are not currently required.
6:05 p.m. Guadeloupe: “Hospital admission peak passed”. This was announced by Bruno George, the medical director of the CHU crisis, however, who warned that “the virus is still there”. Guadeloupe. Officials also stressed that “the situation is improving but the reservoir of the virus is still very important as the start of the school year approaches”, mainly planned for the distance on September 13th.
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