Follow the events of the day directly:
8:40 p.m. Go back for some activity and ventilate better. Epidemiologist Dominic Costagliola recommends that some restrictions be relaxed to combat the spread of delta variation. He recommends reviewing the scale of some measurements. It also suggests placing more emphasis on ventilation, especially “at work, in public places, in schools”.
8:35 p.m. Mandatory vaccination for caregivers is “logical”, but “not a miracle”. “The epidemic is not over. We have a highly contagious virus. We must always be vigilant, “said Dominic Costagliola, an epidemiologist at BFMTV and RMC. He considers the mandatory vaccination for caregivers to be “logical, although this may not be a miraculous solution.”
8:15 p.m. Take care in the UK. In a week, the UK will have to implement the last restrictions in principle. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is holding a press conference this afternoon, during which he has already warned that he will at least call with “caution”.
7:50 p.m. The beginning of the state of emergency in Tokyo. In Japan, Tokyo reports that its fourth state of emergency begins today Japan Times. It will last until August 22, thus covering the duration of the Olympic Games in the capital. Its purpose is to slow the progression of the disease. Emergency government rules, for example, are much less restrictive than imprisonment in France. Restrictions mainly include the premature closure of certain stores and restaurants. The Okinawa Prefecture is also affected.
7:35. The phenomenon is increasing in Germany. It starts less than in France, but the phenomenon is increasing more than a week nationally in Germany. According to Robert Koch Company, Responsible for monitoring the disease across the Rhine, is now 6.4 after several weeks of decline.
7:15 p.m. More than 1000 contaminants in South Korea, a record. A total of 1,100 new Govt-19 infections have been reported in South Korea in 24 hours. This is the first time in the country since the onset of the disease that a 1000 mark should be present for more than six consecutive days. The Korea Herald Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated elsewhere than in the capital, Seoul.
6:50 p.m. Cases are on the rise despite restrictions in Sydney. In Australia, Covit-19 pollution is on the rise in Sydney, despite a control in its third week. A total of 112 new cases have been identified in the city in the last 24 hours, a record since the start of this new epidemic. The lockup is expected to end on Friday, but officials have warned it will be extended. As it stands, Sydney is completely cut off from the rest of the country.
6:40 p.m. The state of emergency in Peru lasted. The Peruvian government on Sunday extended the state of emergency for 16 months to 16 months. The state of emergency, which was to end on July 31, is being maintained in Peru until the end of August, following a resolution by interim President Francisco Sagasti and his government.
6.30 p.m. The United States is giving Bolivia a million doses. One million doses of the Johnson vaccine arrived in Bolivia on Sunday from Johnson & Johnson, an American pharmaceutical group donated by the United States as part of the Kovacs program, where less than 7% of the population is fully vaccinated.
6:20 p.m. Argentina orders one million doses of Moderna. The Argentine government announced on Sunday that it had signed an agreement with US laboratory Moderna to deliver 20 million doses of the vaccine by 2022.
6:10 p.m. Towards an extended health pass and mandatory vaccination of caregivers. Announcements to be made this Monday evening by Republican President Emmanuel Macron include the vaccination duty for caregivers and the extension of the health pass to places such as restaurants, bars, sports halls and movies. “Of course he did not do this to persecute the French, but there, he is against the wall, there is no room for complacency,” a Member of Parliament told the Parisians. In this article.
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