January 21, 2022

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Live – Govit-19: Israel closes its borders to foreigners in the face of the Omigran threat

The Swiss voted for or against their health this Sunday

The Swiss voted this Sunday on the Covit-19 law, which made it possible to create a health pass at the end of a stormy election campaign, thus frightening police into new demonstrations during the day.

The referendum has plunged the planet into a state of alert as the new Omigran variant found in South Africa has been described as “worrying” by the World Health Organization.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally in Bern on Sunday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.

However, according to opinion polls, the Antivox and Antipass have been organizing numerous demonstrations in recent weeks, and people have to obey the law, even if it is sometimes blocked and violently stopped. However, we are far from the real riots in the Netherlands or Guadeloupe.

Omigron: Australia records its first two cases

Australian health officials announced on Sunday that two passengers from South Africa who landed in Sydney had been diagnosed with the Omicron corona virus variant.

The Health Commission for the state of New South Wales in the east of the country said on Saturday it had conducted emergency tests to confirm the presence of a new strain on two passengers who arrived in Sydney.

UK, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands: Where was Omigron found at this point?

Recognized on Thursday in South Africa, the Omicron variant, with its mutation and potential for potential infection, is of great concern to the international community, as it is seen beyond South Africa. If no case has yet been officially identified in France, its presence was established in Europe. UK, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands: BFMTV.com has provided an update on its distribution.

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Omigron: Israel closes its borders to foreign nationals

Israeli authorities decided this Sunday to close the country’s borders to all foreigners to protect them from the spread of the Omicron variant from the evening.

The move came into effect Sunday evening, with the Prime Minister’s Office saying in a statement that “foreigners are barred from entering Israel except in cases approved by a special panel.” Israel has so far registered a case of this new variation on its soil.