September 23, 2021

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New restrictions on hot-course, number of cases registered in Iran

Update Situation – New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: Le Figaro Takes the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic around the world.

New control measures in Corsica, France, pass 40 million vaccinated and registered cases for the first time in Iran … Le Figaro The latest information related to the Govt-19 epidemic is being shared on Monday, July 26th.

  • 40 million were vaccinated for the first time in France

France, which received at least one dose of the anti – Govt vaccine, crossed 40 million on Monday, President Emmanuel Macron announced in a tweet. This corresponds to almost 60% of the population and 75% of adults.

More than 33 million of them are fully vaccinated, almost half of the total population. In France, the Constitutional Council will formally approve the controversial extension of the health pass on August 5 and the law on granting vaccine duty to caregivers by Sunday evening.

  • New control measures on the hot-course

New measures to combat the re-emergence of the Govt-19 epidemic on the hot-course have been frequented by thousands of tourists. The ban on enrolling more than a dozen people in beaches and natural places after 9pm will take effect on the hot-course from Tuesday, where the incidence rate of Covit-19 is 699 per 100,000 people, i.e. more than 100,000. “Four times the national rate” (166), explained Fran பிரான்ois Xavier, leader of the Hot-Course, at a press conference.

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“The health situation is deteriorating day by day” With “Concerned about the growth in the number of cases” This raises concerns, especially for those 65 and older “Pressure on the hospital system is rising very fast”, He insisted. Hot-course is the second most affected sector in France for two weeks.

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The number of Kovit-19 pollutants in Iran has crossed the 30,000 mark for the first time, the health ministry announced on Monday, within a week of the country’s last daily record. In the last 24 hours, 31,814 new epidemics were reported in Iran, bringing the total number of cases to more than 3.7 million.

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  • Spectacular eruption of Govt-19 cases in Mauritius

The cases of Govt-19 experienced a spectacular and unprecedented eruption on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean last week. According to official figures, 1,067 new cases were reported on the island last week, or one-third of the 3,528 identified, the virus was first detected on site.

According to the National Communications Commission (NCC), which is responsible for monitoring the epidemic, pollution mainly occurred in schools, businesses or even in the shelters of migrant workers. When asked by the AFP on Monday about the reasons for the uprising, NCC spokesman Zuber Jumai specifically emphasized it. “The cases are becoming more and more asymptomatic, which has led to a relaxation of the restraining order.” He said 99% of cases are asymptomatic.

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  • Olympic Games: Cases in the Dutch delegation

The Dutch delegation to the Olympics in Tokyo found the Covid-19 cases, which led to the withdrawal of a pair of men’s doubles in tennis and the isolation of the rowing team. Although there was no official contact case, the Dutch decided to isolate themselves on their own initiative, “In order to promote trust in other countries and volunteers”, Explained Netherlands team manager Hazel Ewards.

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  • Ireland: Back to the vaccinated restaurant

Restaurants, pubs and other bars in Ireland will be able to serve customers in theaters from Monday, if they issue a vaccination passport or can be cured of the corona virus within the last six months.

  • Restrictions have been relaxed in Indonesia

Small stalls, street restaurants and a few shopping centers in Indonesia reopened on Monday. However, Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced on Sunday evening that the partial imprisonment imposed in early July would continue until August 2, in an effort to stem the spread of the highly contagious delta variant.

  • There are no multi-day festivals in the Netherlands this summer

The Dutch government announced on Monday that all events and festivals held for more than 24 hours would be canceled until September 1 to avoid further eruptions of the Govt-19 cases. The 2021 editions of internationally renowned music festivals such as Lowlands, Mysterland and Down the Rapid Hole, scheduled for August, are being canceled.

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“Unfortunately, it is not fair to allow these events to continue.”Prime Minister Mark Rutte told a news conference in The Hague. The government believes that checking visitors every 24 hours during a festival would be too complicated to logically organize.

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  • The aviation industry continues to suffer

Irish airlines Ryanair and British Heathrow Airport have seen their losses worsen in recent months due to travel restrictions and uncertainties. Heathrow warns that if Ryanair waits for a summer recovery and raises its traffic forecast slightly, the number of passengers passing through its hub by 2021 could be lower than by 2020.

  • More than 4.16 million people died

The epidemic has killed more than 4.16 million people worldwide since the end of December 2019, with more than 194 million infections, according to a report AFP founded at 10:00 GMT on Monday. The United States has the highest death toll (610,891), followed by Brazil (549,924) and India (420,967).

Taking into account the high mortality directly and indirectly associated with Covit-19, the WHO estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than officially established.