WHO: ‘The second year of the pandemic will be more deadly than the first’ – World

Kovid: Cold reception for Will and Kate in Scotland and Wales - Europe

The second year of the Kovid-19 pandemic is toward being “much more lethal” than the first. This was said by WHO Director-General Tedros Adholm Ghebayeus, who then said: “Do not vaccinate children but give doses to Kovacs”.

Launched in April 2020 by the World Health Organization, Kovacs is a global collaborative program to accelerate the development, production, and equal access for all countries against Kovid-19.

In India The number of cases of coronovirus infection has exceeded 24 million: it derives from the Johns Hopkins University count. According to the American University, the country has recorded 24,046,809 infections since the onset of the epidemic, with 343,144 being pushed by a wave of new positivity in the last 24 hours. At the same time, the total number of deaths due to Kovid has increased to 262,317.

Brazil 2,383 deaths and 74,592 cases of Kovid-19 were recorded in the last 24 hours, the number of deaths and infections recorded since the onset of the epidemic is 430,417 and 15,433,989: this is what the National Council of Secretary of Health (Conass) is. Although the daily average has decreased since April 29 – now standing at 1,924 – the infection average has risen again in the last seven days and is 61,489. The state of São Paulo is still the leader in cases and deaths nationwide, if we consider the absolute numbers: they are 3,053,889 and 102,934 respectively. However, the highest fatality rate has always been recorded in Rio de Janeiro with 5.9%, twice the national average, which is 2.8%.

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Japan To combat the increase in local coronovirus cases, the country is preparing to announce an anti-emergency Kovid in three other provinces: Yasutoshi Nishimura said, according to the Guardian. The state of emergency this Sunday, which is already in force in the six provinces – including Tokyo and Osaka – will be extended to Hokkaido, Okayama and Hiroshima by 31 May. The state of emergency rises 10 weeks before the Tokyo Olympics, while experts say medical resources are already almost at their limits and immunization campaigns continue at a slow pace. In fact, only 3% of the population has been vaccinated so far. According to data from Johns Hopkins University since the onset of the epidemic, 668,672 cases of infectious have been reported in Japan, including 11,252 deaths.

In The uk Despite concerns about an increase in some outbreaks of the ‘Indian version’, the overall rate of Kovid infection continues to decline drastically. This is confirmed by weekly data processed by the ONS, which is equivalent to the British, Istat, and updated on 8 May, indicating the date that approximately one person per every 1400 residents across the state Total number of equal infections (one against every 1180) last week: ie no more than 0.07% of the population. A figure that goes hand in hand with the reduction of daily deaths and the lowest hospitalized patients in Europe, against the backdrop of a vaccination campaign that reached nearly 36 million earlier doses and about 19 million recalls yesterday. Whereas like a part of Scotland, Wales announced through the local government that the normal covid level would be reduced to 2 from tomorrow, even with a prudent move from 4 to 3 in recent times for England Even less. ONS reports the results of a survey conducted between Her Majesty’s subjects that suggests a new approach to caution in people being broad: 71% of interviewees say they collectively participate Still less inclined than in the past. At the moment of public events, even in the presence of a waiver of restrictions, and to withstand the queues required by residual rules when away.

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