Follow the day’s events live:
9:25 am. British universities were ordered to reopen face-to-face. UK Education Minister Gavin Williamson told Sky News that the government had made it clear to universities that face-to-face teaching should resume by 2021-2022. Otherwise, he thinks, they should not demand full tuition fees.
9:15 am. There are record cases in Sydney. The State of New South Wales recorded 356 new infections there, a record after an epidemic resurfaced in mid-June due to the delta variant. The city’s 5 million inmates entered their seventh week of imprisonment yesterday.
Since the outbreak two months ago, New South Wales has reported 5,805 cases and 32 deaths.
9 hours. In China. China identified 143 new cases yesterday, up from 125 on Sunday. This is the highest number since January 20. 108 are locally transmitted, mostly in Jiangsu and Henan provinces. In addition, there are 38 asymptomatic infections, which China considers special.
8:46 p.m. Interest in immunization. “The vaccine significantly reduces the risk of developing severe covid, which reduces the risk of infecting another person by two-thirds.” In the short term, the only way to prevent viral transmission is control.
8:41 p.m. “The situation is going to Crescento at the level of tension”, The head of the largest Paris emergency, Prof. Enrique Casalino assures.
8:39 p.m. What about the attendants who go to the West Indies? “The first wave helped Paris very strongly, and it is normal for us to be in solidarity with the West Indies” and the attendants go there. “The problem is that we are in trouble, and after such a difficult year we have had to give staff vacation, (…) narrow to our intrigue,” said Professor Enrique Casilino, epidemiologist at LCI, head of the emergency department at the capital’s most important Bichat hospital.
8:33 p.m. Opinion of a doctor. “Our figures are not good, and the curve will only increase irreparably in the coming weeks if the French do not wear masks, wash their hands or avoid meeting places,” said LCI professor Enrique Castellino, epidemiologist and head of the emergency department at Bichat.
8:25 p.m. In New Orleans, one in five hospitalized patients is a minor. Louisiana faces the highest rate of new covid cases in the country, and it affects many children. “This is not your grandfather’s coward,” said Dr. John H. Snyder, chief medical officer at New Orleans Children’s Hospital. Mark Klein told ABC News yesterday. “Half of the children we welcome today are under the age of two. Most of the rest are between the ages of five and ten – too young to be vaccinated yet. ”
8:15 p.m. Activities in Texas postponed. As the epidemic intensifies in the state, Governor Greg Abbott has asked hospitals to postpone elective surgeries. Abbott, who issued an executive order in May banning local communities from wearing masks to prevent the spread of the virus, said yesterday that he would increase the number of clinics treating Kovid patients in Texas. Antibody infusion.
8 hours. In New Caledonia. Mediff of New Caledonia wants to create a crisis unit “emergency”. The island, which is protected from Kovid due to its strict sanitary lock, fears the arrival of the existing Delta variant in Fiji and French Polynesia. “The virus is on us and we need to take advantage of the coming weeks to lay the groundwork for further economic activity,” said Mims Daly, president of the employers’ association. In the event of an epidemic, “access to businesses only for vaccinated persons” will not be excluded.
7.40 am. In Alabama, vaccines are becoming obsolete. When they became obsolete, the 65511 dose vaccine had to be destroyed in the US state of Alabama, where not a single hand was found to be injected. Sixty-five thousand doses were wasted. It is very unfortunate that we have such a low vaccination rate and, of course, [quand] The state health official said the vaccine was still not available to many people around the world. Scott Harris said. As of the weekend, 1,923 people with 93 percent of Alabama intensive care beds were hospitalized. Only 35% of residents have been fully vaccinated.
7:30 p.m. An NGO asks the UK to donate its vaccines. Global Justice has now compiled the numbers: The 306 million dose vaccine is expected to reach the UK by the end of the year. If 100% of the eligible population utilizes it, 186 million doses will be available. The NGO and several associations are asking London to distribute these vaccines to poor countries where they are not available.
7:20 am Eight intensive care beds are available in all Arkansas. The epidemic has hit 3 million residents and hospitalized 1,376 people. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson said on Twitter, “We have the biggest increase in one-day hospitalization.
Hutchinson, a Republican, asked the Arkansas to vaccinate against Pandemic, which many of his constituents were reluctant to do.
7h10. One way travel. Canada’s borders are fully open, for the first time since March 2020, to U.S. citizens and residents. U.S. officials declined to comment.
7 hours. Ministerial trip. Foreign Minister Sebastian Lecorne will leave for Guadeloupe on Tuesday and is expected to arrive in Martinique on Thursday. Health there deteriorated, and more than 200 caregivers had to leave the city to help.
6:40 p.m. France is more likely to be a cowboy for the USA. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns France and French Polynesia of Level 4, “Covid is at a very high level”, warning passengers of the dangers they pose. The CDC recommends that you be fully vaccinated before traveling to France.
The other five destinations are ranked 4th, the highest in the rankings: Israel, Iceland, former Swaziland, Thailand and Aruba.
6.30 am Merchant’s word. In Moussain-less-Alpilles (Bouches-du-Rൺn), an ice cream vendor saw gentelers passing by her shop and encouraged her to check out health passes. “When there aren’t many people, that’s fine, but when I have to serve customers to pick up cups and serve, it’s complicated.” She wrote a very long poster to inform customers about the dangers they face if they retaliate.
6:20 p.m. Global review. Pandemic has killed more than 4.29 million people worldwide since the end of December 2019, in more than 202 million confirmed infections. In France, 112,318 people died last night.
6:10 p.m. At Martinique, caregivers’ leave was canceled. Facing a fourth wave, Martinique University Hospital canceled all leaves of its medical and non-medical staff a week ago. Employees who are on leave were issued a sureties summons on Monday, the number of which is not known.
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