4:40 pm: Foreigners in Jordan will be deported if they are not vaccinated.
Jordanian authorities have warned that any foreign worker who is not given two doses of the Kovit-19 vaccine will be expelled from mid-December. Tens of thousands of Egyptians, Filipinos and other nationals are working in the state, with centers open in all cities dedicated to free vaccination for Jordanians and foreigners. The state has officially recorded more than 859,000 corona virus cases and more than 11,000 deaths to date.
3:10 pm: Departments want to suspend RSA for those who lost their jobs and were not vaccinated.
Fifteen departments wrote a letter to Jean Costex this Friday requesting that the RSA (those departments responsible) stop paying those who lost their jobs following the denial of the mandatory vaccine. Report South West.
These sectors, including Gironde, Landes, Haute-Vienne and Lot-et, believe that the RSA is a “social and professional integration tool” and that “the absence of a health pass will not change the national payments made following the cessation of operations”. -Karon, in their letter to the Prime Minister.
They are asking that the RSA be reserved for “persons who cannot earn income through operation” as the law explains. South West. Leaders of departments that co-signed the letter were Gironde, Gers, Landes, Seine-Saint-Denis, Aude, Tarn, Nièvre, Lozère, Haute-Vienne, Pyrénées-Orientales, Ariège, Lot-et-Garonne, Coates-d’Armor, Hot-Corn. And the Lower-Atlantic, Refers to France-Blue.
2:54 pm: Vaccines: Paris calls for more equal redistribution
France pleaded in Rome for “strong redistribution of vaccines” to developing countries and estimated that $ 100 billion needed to be released to help revive their economies devastated by the epidemic.
The G20 finance and health ministers met in Rome and pledged to increase their support for vulnerable countries and control the corona virus outbreak “everywhere and as soon as possible.”
1:10 pm: Merkel “worried” over increase in Govt cases in Germany
In an interview with the Sunday Magazine Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, The Chancellor said he was “worried” about the recurrence of the Govt-19 epidemic in Germany. According to her, the time is “back to a certain irresponsibility”. While defending the lack of vaccine duty in practice in the country, he said he was “very sad” that “two to three million Germans over the age of 60 have not yet been vaccinated.” Angela Merkel, who will step down later this year after 16 years in power, said: “It could make a difference to these people and to society as a whole.
With the arrival of autumn the cases of epidemics in the country began to increase again: on Saturday, the Robert Koch Health Monitoring Institute (RKI) recorded 21,543 new cases and 90 deaths in 24 hours.
Russia recorded 44,265 deaths related to Govt-19 in September, more than double the number established by the government over the same period, the statistics agency Rosstad announced on Friday. The total number of deaths from the epidemic in Russia at the end of September was nearly 450,000, according to Rosstat, which has a wide range of deaths associated with the virus.
11:01 a.m .: Bogot imposes a health pass
City Mayor Claudia Lopez announced Friday that the Colombian capital, Bogot, will impose a mandatory health pass for public events.
He announced that from mid-November, concerts, sporting events, cinemas, theaters and other large gatherings would resume as before the epidemic.
However, residents must submit at least one dose of certified vaccination certificate to participate in these events.
9:37 a.m .: Beijing closes some of its theaters
The Chinese capital has ordered the closure of some of its theaters this Saturday as the country faces the outbreak of Govt-19 within 100 days of the Beijing Winter Olympics.
The Imperial City, which hosted the Summer Games in 2008, will become the first city in the world to host events for the Winter Olympics next February.
In this context, the authorities, who follow the zero tolerance policy against the small case of Govt-19, with less than 300 cases, have taken the best measures to eradicate the epidemic in the shortest possible time.
But ten of the thirty provinces in the Asian giants have been infected and the virus has already reached Beijing.
To prevent the epidemic, the municipality said in a statement on Friday that all theaters in the Zheng district should be closed until November 14.
8:58 a.m .: Tonga Islands threatened as controlled
The Prime Minister of the Tongan archipelago Bohiva Dionetova on Saturday warned his fellow citizens living on the main island of Tongadapu that they were at risk of being imprisoned next week after the first case of the corona virus was discovered.
This small Pacific kingdom was one of the few countries in the world to survive the Govt-19 epidemic. The first case was reported in an isolated individual who had returned to Tonga from New Zealand.
8:16 a.m .: China: Air traffic affected by the outbreak again due to Govt
Chinese airlines recorded bright red results in the third quarter, weakened in their largest domestic market by the outbreak of Govt-19, which imposes fines for operations.
China, the first country to be affected by the epidemic, has practically closed its borders since March 2020, which has greatly reduced international air links.
However, controlling the epidemic at the local level led to a gradual resumption of tourism and business travel in the country. But the recovery is weak.
In many regions another epidemic this summer – most important in terms of geography – led to severe disruptions to traffic, especially in the air.
7:50 a.m .: Columbia vaccinates 3-11 year olds with Sinovac
Colombian President Evan Duke announced Friday that children between the ages of 3 and 11 in Colombia can be vaccinated against the corona virus with the Chinese synovial vaccine starting Sunday.
“The goal is to vaccinate about 7.1 million children under this age,” said Health Minister Fernando Ruiz.
7:19 a.m .: Elimination of compelling reasons to travel to New Caledonia
The compulsory reason for going to New Caledonia will be removed from November 1, and the Covit-19 virus is circulating in the archipelago, which no longer justifies locking its borders, the Republican High Commissioner pointed out this Saturday. .
“Today, observed event rates prove that the risk of domestic pollution is high and that restrictions on arrivals and departures do not pose any serious health risk,” Republican High Commissioner Patrice Farrell said in a letter. Addressed leaders of Caledonian communities.
7 a.m .: Start of non-working week in Russia
Since the end of the summer, Russia has consistently broken records of its deaths and daily pollution, while one-third of the population is suspiciously fully vaccinated. On Thursday, public officials who refused to reorganize resigned themselves to close “non-essential” services (restaurants, resorts, non-food stores) in Moscow for eleven days in an attempt to control the virus. Nationally, President Vladimir Putin has ordered a week-long holiday from October 30 to November 7 to curb the assassination.
6:55 a.m .: The United States destroys the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 5-11
The United States on Friday approved Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11 years of age, paving the way for the immediate launch of a new major phase of the immunization campaign for the country’s 28 million population. This emergency approval from the U.S. Pharmaceuticals Agency was granted after a careful review of the results of Pfizer’s clinical trials of several thousand children.
6:49: 44 The event rate in the fields goes above 50
The event rate went over 50 per 100,000 people in 44 sectors. More precisely, 55 new cases per 100,000 population or + 14% since last week. “‘On average, 5,276 cases were diagnosed per day. The incidence was increasing for all ages except those aged 20-29 (57.6%). Health refers to France.
6:47 a.m .: Infectious disease indicators remain stable at the hospital
The number of new cases of pollution rose to 6,433 this Friday, according to Public Health France.
Health officials said 6,534 people were hospitalized (7 in 24 hours), of whom 1,034 (-3) were treated in intensive care services. Finally, 27 patients have died in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths in our country to 117,620 since the outbreak began.
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