ROME — The number of new daily cases of confirmed COVID-19 infections is skyrocketing in Italy.
Health experts say it is clear that a national celebration by Italian fans after the European Championship football match is an important factor.
Thousands of fans disrupted the city of Rome on July 12 and cheered on an open-top bus tour by the Italian national team, who defeated England the night before to win Euro 2020.
The number of newly identified cases in the Lazio region, including Rome, in the last three days. The region had the highest number of new cases per day on Saturday.
A pediatrician who advises the Italian government on anti-pandemic measures told La Repubblica daily in an interview on Sunday that “rally and congestion supported the circulation of the virus.”
Dr. Franco Locatelli said the average age of infected people in Italy is now 28 years.
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London — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will self-quarantine for 10 days after contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus.
His office announcement on Sunday overturns an earlier statement that, unlike most people, he will not face quarantine. Johnson met with Health Minister Sajid Javid on Friday. Sajid Javid later tested positive for COVID-19. Contacts in positive cases usually need to be self-quarantined for 10 days.
Johnson’s office initially said the prime minister would be tested for coronavirus daily as part of a pilot project. The same is true for Treasury Secretary Rishi Sunak, who was contacted. However, Johnson’s office said after the protest, both men were self-quarantined and “not participating in the test pilot.”
London — Thousands of young people across the UK will dance the night at the “Freedomday” party as soon as Monday.
Nightclubs in this country will reopen for the first time in 17 months, as almost all coronavirus regulations will be abolished. Sparkling wine and a full dance floor are expected. However, there is no mask or evidence of COVID-19 vaccine, negative tests, or recent recovery from the disease.
Business and labor are delighted. However, many others are deeply concerned about the UK government’s decision to shelve social distances when virus cases are growing rapidly.
Many health professionals are afraid that the government is overly confident in the deployment of vaccines.
Bargny, Senegal — Health officials warn that the number of cases of COVID-19 is skyrocketing in Senegal as millions of people in West African countries prepare for Tabaski vacations.
The number of newly confirmed cases increased from dozens of cases a day to 738 cases on Friday in just a few weeks. And the Ministry of Health says they almost doubled to 1,366 overnight on Saturday.
President Macky Sall and his cabinet have restricted meetings and travel, continued to wear masks, and urged the public to disinfect their hands frequently.
Tabaski is celebrated in Senegal on July 21st, with thousands of people gathering at a large family gathering to celebrate. Many health authorities are worried. People rush to the market and gather at auctions to buy sheep for the holidays.
Tunisia, Kesla-Coronavirus infections are on the rise and hospitals are struggling to deal with them, so Tunisia authorities have deployed military personnel to vaccinate remote residents.
North African countries are facing the worst coronavirus virus in the pandemic. The infection has returned some areas to blockades, prompting donations of vaccines and medical assistance from China, France, the United Arab Emirates and other countries.
The Tunisian government has decided to deploy troops to vaccinate people in areas with the lowest infection rates and especially those with the lowest immunization rates.
Tunisia currently records one of the highest per capita infection rates in the world and reports the highest per capita pandemic deaths in Africa.
Paris — Global medical experts say they expect vaccine distribution to be unequal between developed and poor countries.
But no one expected it to reach this point. Less than 1% of the world’s poorest citizens receive doses.
And experts say it could be 2023 before the vaccine becomes widely available everywhere. It fuels more infections and variants that may sustain a pandemic longer.
The African Union’s vaccination mission compared distribution inequity to the famine of “the wealthiest grabbing a bakery.”
Honolulu-Hawaii supporters say the pandemic emphasizes the importance of collecting and reporting racial data.
Honolulu city council member Esther Kiaina said the pandemic sacrifice against Native Hawaiians urged Hawaii government agencies to introduce a resolution urging Hawaii to collect more specific data on Pacific Islanders. say.
Kiaʻāina worked at the federal level in the 1990s to separate Native Hawaiian data from Asian data. It was driven by concerns that Native Hawaiian students were considered overrated at the university when they were counted as Asians.
But since then, all other Pacific Islanders have remained in one category.
Hanoi, Vietnam — The Vietnamese government has put the entire southern region in a two-week blockade from midnight.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases exceeded 3,000 for 3 consecutive days. The blockade orders include the big cities of the Mekong Delta and Ho Chi Minh City. There are more than 35 million people in the country’s financial and economic hub. This is almost one-third of Vietnam’s population.
Authorities have stated that action must be taken as the number of infections has reached nearly 50,000 since the outbreak resumed at the end of April after months of lack of case records. Ho Chi Minh City is the epicenter of the surge.