8:10 a.m .: Discussions on compulsory vaccination begin in Puntestock
Debates on compulsory vaccination in the German parliament will be lengthy starting this Wednesday. So far no bill has been tabled, but delegates will begin preliminary discussions on this vaccine obligation, supported by President Olaf Scholes, but it will divide the community and the political class. Within the EU, Austria will be the first country to make the vaccine mandatory in early February.
7:23 am: The economy is starting to slow down in 2022
The recession in China and the United States, the sharpest recession in global growth. The International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday that Omicron, inflation and interest rate hikes are all clouds that will darken the economic horizon in early 2022. Omicron “led to new restrictions on movement in many countries and an increase in labor shortages,” the company’s new No. 2 Geeta Gopinath told a news conference.
7:10 a.m .: Investigation begins in full blockade on Downing Street over the holidays
British police announced on Tuesday that they were investigating several parties organized within Downing Street and senior administration during his imprisonment in the wake of the serious crisis threatening Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
6:32 am: The “overall danger” associated with Omicron warns the WHO even more
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the level of risk associated with the Omicron variant is very high, reaching a new record last week. “More than 21 million new cases have been registered in the last seven days, which is the maximum number of cases per week since the outbreak began,” he said.
6:02 am: Peru crosses the 3 million mark
Peru crossed the threshold of three million confirmed govt cases on Tuesday amid a third wave of Omigron variation, or 10% of its population. Over the weekend, Health Minister Hernando Sevalos said Omigran variation was present in 95% of cases in Lima, which accounts for one-third of Peru’s population, and 92% nationally.
5:50 a.m .: Is the epidemic sluggish in mid-March?
At FranceInfo on Tuesday, Jean-Franோois Delphrasi, chairman of the Scientific Council, estimated that the current stage of the epidemic marked by the Omigron variant would “land” in mid-March. “We can only imagine that we will spend the spring in a very bad condition,” he said.
5:48 a.m .: Nine million French people at risk of losing their vaccine pass on February 15
Health Minister Oliver Vernon said on Tuesday that nine million French people would lose their vaccine permits if they did not take their booster dose by February 15. He also clarified that the pass will be maintained “as long as there is a threat to hospitals”.
Alain Fischer: “Vaccinating children is not a success”
Only 3.8% of 5-11 year olds have received the Govit-19 vaccine. The Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that the agreement of single parents to re-vaccinate their child is sufficient.
When pollution erupted in primary schools, Alain Fischer, chairman of the Vaccine Strategy Council, called for an increase in the vaccine campaign. With the message for parents: “Vaccination of children is appropriate and safe”. More details in our article.
5:47 a.m .: The number of people admitted to the hospital is over 30,000
The number of contaminants is even higher as hospitals register 3,842 new admissions on Tuesday, with covit patients arriving. A total of 30,189 Govt patients were admitted to the hospital on Tuesday (Monday 29,748), which is close to the November 2020 record high.
On the other hand, the statistics for critical care received by patients with more severe forms of the disease confirm the decline. The services treated 3,741 people on Tuesday (3,776 on Monday).
Hospitals on Tuesday recorded 364 deaths from Covit-19, bringing the total death toll in France to 129,489 since the outbreak began.
5:46 a.m .: More than 500,000 positive cases on Tuesday, complete registration
Labs recorded 501,635 contaminants in 24 hours on Tuesday, which is a record level, but to mitigate the statistical shocks we need to consider the daily average for seven days, which is consistent with 366,000 cases compared to the previous day.
What to remember from Tuesday
- Pfizer-BioNTech has begun clinical trials of a specific vaccine against Omicron.
- According to Danish data released by the Minister on Tuesday morning, the PA2 subtype of Omigran could infect someone who already has the Omigron variant.
- The health minister says the 4th dose of the vaccine against Kovit is not on the agenda and he is still waiting for scientific data.
- “The wave will be very heavy until mid-March,” said Jean-Franோois Delphrasi, chairman of the Scientific Council, which saw the high plateau of the Omigron wave.
- Paxlovit estimates that Pfizer’s anti-Govt pill is a “breakthrough” in the fight against the disease, and that antivirals “reduce the risk of transition to severe forms by about 85%”, according to Delphrasi.
- Abroad, Boris Johnson’s party is the target of investigation after new revelations about parties in full closure in the UK, including his birthday in 2020.
- The Dutch government announced on Tuesday that bars, restaurants and cultural venues in the Netherlands would reopen under conditions from Wednesday, where health restrictions against Covit-19 are strict in Europe.
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