AFP, Released on Tuesday 09 November 2021 at 04:03
New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.
– French health officials advise against under 30s Moderna
The High Commission for Health (HAS) in France on Monday advised against the use of the modern vaccine in people under the age of 30, especially based on a study that slightly increases the risk of heart attack and pericarditis in these people.
– WHO calls on Romans to adopt the vaccine
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday urged Romanians to be vaccinated against Govt-19 to avoid new burdens on hospitals as the fourth wave of the epidemic begins to subside.
One-third of its 19 million people have received two doses of the vaccine, with Romania having one of the lowest rates in the European Union (EU).
– Germany: New coalition plans to strengthen measures against Govt-19
Parties of the New German Government Coalition on Monday unveiled plans to fight the renaissance of Govt_19 in Germany, where the weekly rate of new infections with the corona virus has risen all the time.
These include excluding those who have not been vaccinated from certain internal events, the possibility of requiring drastic preventive measures in the workplace and PCR tests instead of rapid tests.
– Denmark will reintroduce the health pass two months after it was removed
After nearly two months without restrictions, Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson announced on Monday that Denmark would reintroduce the health pass due to a sharp increase in the number of Govt-19 cases.
– France: School mask returns en masse –
In order to return to the All Saints holidays, elementary school students on Monday put back the safety mask in 39 departments of metropolitan France, where they removed it, as well as on the island of Reunion, which is illustrated by the government’s resurgence. Infectious.
– USA: Boundaries reopened for vaccinated people –
The United States on Monday reopened its borders for vaccinated passengers from Mexico, Canada and Europe for Covit-19, ending a 20-month restriction that has been particularly badly experienced in other parts of the world.
– RNA vaccines: risk of myocarditis, however unusual –
Messenger RNA vaccines against Covit-19 increase the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis, but cases are rare and the benefit of the vaccine is not in question, a French study said Monday.
– Effective treatment for eight months –
Synthetic antibody therapy developed by Regeneran reduces the symptomatic form of Govit-19 by 80% within eight months of receiving the injection, the U.S. Biotechnology Institute announced Monday.
– NBA: Joel Empide positive for Govt-19, not participating in many matches
Cameroonian Joel Empide, the star of the Philadelphia 76ers, gave a positive test to the Covit-19 on Monday, and many American media outlets reported that he would miss several NBA matches.
– Jill Biden as child immunization lawyer
Jill Biden, America’s first lady, praised a university professor on Monday for vaccinating 5-11-year-olds at a school, a new challenge for the White House in the fight against the Govt-19 epidemic.
– More than five million died –
The epidemic has killed more than 5,047,055 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by AFP at 11:00 GMT on Monday.
Brazil (609,573) is the country with the highest mortality rate (755,596) compared to India (461,057), Mexico (289,734) and Russia (248,004).
Taking into account the high number of deaths directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, the WHO estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher than officially established.