Coronavirus is deadly, Germany: Germany has more than 65,000 infections in one day
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Covid is serious – On November 18, CNN reported that Germany had a record-breaking single-day new coronavirus infection. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany just informed the public that The country is on the verge of facing the fourth wave of COVID-19. come in full capacity
New patients on Thursday, Nov. 18, soared to 65,371 people, high from the previous day to 12,545 people And resulting in the cumulative number of infections to more than 5.17 million, the death toll increased by 264 and the cumulative number exceeded 98,900.
Other European nations Facing a distressing situation as well, starting with Belgium Prime Minister Alexander de Groe Intensive control measures have been announced to speed up the epidemic and prevent lockdowns in the near future.
“All alarms are red. The map of Europe is rapidly turning red. And our country is the same,” the Belgian Prime Minister said. and that children from 10 years old and above need to wear a mask Reduced from the old regulations for age 12 and older. Working from home will come into force on Saturday, Nov. 20, for four days a week.
Use of cinemas, theaters and museums Must have a Covid Safe Tickets pass only. And Belgian authorities will continue to vaccinate people with immunization needles by April 2022.
czech republic Prime Minister Andrey Babich announced that people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be allowed to enter or use public services Starting from Monday 22 Nov.
Slovakia reported 8,342 cases in a day, the country’s largest number of new cases. and the authorities are considering strict control measures Only vaccinated people are allowed to use non-essential shop services. including the workplace
The Straits Times reported the situation in South Korea. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) said 3,292 new cases were reported in the past 24 hours, the highest daily number of infections in the country on record. Since facing the COVID-19 outbreak in early 2020
As a result, the cumulative number of illnesses rose to 406,065 and at least 3,187 deaths.
The increase in the number of cases is as predicted by experts. After the government lifted restrictions on social distancing at the beginning of November.
This is due to the goal of vaccinating against COVID-19 at 70 percent of the 52 million population, with 78.5 percent of South Korea having a full-dose vaccine, covering 90 percent of the adult population.