Global epidemic update

New Activities, New Reports, and Highlights: Updates on the latest developments in the Kovit-19 epidemic worldwide.

The Italian government on Wednesday decided to ease many anti-Govt restrictions, especially on schools, with Prime Minister Mario Draghi promising to “continue the policy of reopening in the coming weeks” on the peninsula.

Among the measures taken by the Council of Ministers is the outcome of distance education for primary and secondary school students, whether vaccinated or cured, regardless of the number of positive students in their class.

In the field of tourism, the government has also decided that a simple health pass (a negative test is sufficient) will allow hotels and restaurants and everything else to come from countries where the immunization rules are in force in Italy. Areas where the vaccine pass is commonly required.

Call: Govt has spent 7 7 billion on clubs

The corona virus outbreak has cost European football 7 7 billion in two seasons, according to a report released by UEFA on Thursday, indicating a sharp decline in the transfer market for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 financial years.

According to the European Football Association, clubs will face a deficit of 4 4 billion in 2019-2020, and 3 3 billion in the next financial year after twenty years of uninterrupted growth.

Questionably, there was a sharp decline in ticket revenue due to vacant lots (lost 4. 4.4 billion in revenue), reduced business and sponsorship activities (less than 7 1.7 billion) and television rights (0.9 billion).

New Zealand’s borders are gradually reopening

New Zealand announced on Thursday that it would not fully reopen its borders until October, when the archipelago’s prime minister, Jacinta Arden, announced that one of the world’s deadliest anti – Govt rules.



Ms. Artern has unveiled a five-step plan to restore New Zealand’s relationship with other planets. First, the compulsory hotel isolation for citizens stranded abroad due to the epidemic will end.

Soldiers who refused the vaccine were sent back

The U.S. military announced Wednesday, almost three months after the U.S. Navy that it will begin sending soldiers back to civilian life who refuse the mandatory vaccine against Kovit-19.

“Non-vaccinated soldiers pose a threat to our armed forces and compromise our readiness,” Secretary of Defense Christine Wormouth said in a statement.

More than 3,000 soldiers could return to civilian life, according to the Army, which has 482,000 active soldiers by the end of 2021.

Vaccination certificates are not mandatory for checks

The Prime Minister announced on Wednesday that despite the increase in Govt-19 infections, Czech people will no longer have to be vaccinated in restaurants or attend cultural and sporting events from next week.

“From February 9, the government will repeal the requirement to provide a vaccination certificate or proof of recovery to enter restaurants, culture, sports and similar events,” Prime Minister Peter Fiola told reporters.

He said people should always wear masks inside the house and the number of participants in joint demonstrations would be less.

Doctors were attacked in the town of Martinique

At least three doctors at Martinique University Hospital have complained of an attack on Tuesday morning after being attacked by protesters opposing their duty to vaccinate caregivers. “We were all prevented from passing by. I have an assistant. He tried to get back into orbit. He jumped a lot in his car,” the AFP doctor, who did not want to be named, said he had decided to exercise his right to withdraw. Like many of his colleagues.

Mexico has crossed the 5 million pollution milestone

The Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday that the number of pollution cases has crossed five million, with 5,027,870 cases since the outbreak began.

At the same time, 573 new deaths were reported in the country in 24 hours, for a total of 307,493, according to the same source.

More than 5.67 million people have died

The epidemic has officially killed at least 5,671,154 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by the AFP at noon on Tuesday.

The United States (894,174) has the highest number of deaths, compared to Brazil (628,960), India (497,975) and Russia (332,012).

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the number of deaths, directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, may be two to three times higher than officially established.

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