The Covid pandemic continues to die Russia which records a very low proportion of the vaccinated population (only a little more than 30% have a double dose) as other countries in Eastern Europe. In the past 24 hours, 973 deaths from Covid-19 were reported, which is the maximum in a single day since the start of the pandemic as reported by TASS, citing the National Center for Coronavirus Operations. Calls for immunization are useless or almost useless, and the government has decided to introduce a commitment. “Companies of consumer services in the Moscow region – said the Ministry of Health in Moscow region In a press release – They are obligated to vaccinate at least 80% of their employees by December 10. “The heads of these companies must organize the vaccination of at least 80% of employees with the first injection, or single-dose vaccine, before November 10, 2021, and ensure that the second injection is given by December 10, 2021,” it reads. Note taken by Interfax.
Meanwhile, for the first time in months, COVID-19 cases in the United States They started to decline, even if the numbers remain very high: On Sunday – according to data from Johns Hopkins University – new infections were 93,814, versus a previous rate of more than 100,000 a day.” “The trajectory is correct and we hope it continues that way,” the immunologist said. Anthony FauciHowever, he has repeatedly stated that he wants to see well under 10,000 new cases per day before feeling calm. The situation is improving so much that many experts, Jaws in the Lead, are encouraging Americans to enjoy the upcoming holidays with friends and family, both on Halloween at the end of November and at Christmas. However – President Biden’s adviser warned about the pandemic – we must be careful, we are not declaring victory prematurely. We still have Americans who have not been vaccinated even though they have the right age and conditions to receive the coronavirus immunization.” Only 56.4% of the US population is fully vaccinated, but nearly 78% have received at least one dose.. “We’re not there yet – the virus continues to spread as the rate of vaccinations remains low,” said renowned immunologist at Vanderbilt University, William Schaffner.
The situation in India is also improving, with 14,313 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the lowest number in 224 days as stated by the Ministry of Health, which adds that the recovery rate has risen to 98.04%. There were 181 new deaths, bringing the official total of deaths since the start of the pandemic to 450,963. New daily cases of Covid have been less than 30,000 a day for about three weeks. national vaccination campaign, which has had great momentum in the past two months, Sees more than 950 million 890,000 doses administered.
The declining curve of new cases and the development of vaccinations have brought optimism back to the country, where, even two months ago, a third wave was feared. Health authorities are urging not to relax preventive measures in the coming weeks, as the most important heart holiday of the year is celebrated, which will end in mid-November. Diwali, It will witness family reunions and festivities across the country. In the name of newfound optimism, last weekThe government decided to reopen the borders to international tourismStarting October 15th. Tourist visas have been banned since March 2020 and since then no foreigners have entered the country, except for some special cases. To encourage the return of travelers, the Minister of Finance announced that the first 500,000 tourist visas would be given free of charge.
Thailand will spend Quarantine duty for travelers who have been fully vaccinated against Covid from at least 10 low-risk countries – including the UK, China, Germany and the US – as of November 1. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha admitted that “this decision carries some risks”, but it is a critical step for him Revitalizing the tourism sector that collapsed due to the epidemic. Travelers will need to submit a negative test and take another test upon arrival. But the prime minister warned that the government is ready to tighten again if the increase in infections returns. Thailand has recorded more than 10,000 infections every day since July. 33% of the population (out of 70 million people) was vaccinated, and half of the citizens received a dose. Prayut explained that he will also allow entertainment venues to reopen on December 1 and the sale of alcohol. The authorities plan to open Thailand to more countries by that date.
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