Health restrictions are reactivating in Europe. As the old continent faces, a Fifth wave of Kovid-19, Many of our European neighbors have taken control measures to try, Three weeks before Christmasl, to prevent contagion.
According to data from Reuters, Europe There are currently about one million new cases every two days, and more than 74,860,000 infections have been reported since the onset of Pandemic.
Strict measures against those who do not get vaccinated in Germany
Faced with this explosion, Germany decided on Thursday, December 2nd Tight turning of the screw Kovid-19 against people who have not been vaccinated. Therefore, Germans who do not receive the dose are denied access to bars, restaurants, theaters, theaters, performances and sports venues across the country, as well as to non-essential shops and Christmas markets.
They should now limit their contact, inside or outside the home, to a maximum of two people from another home.
Germany also limits attendance at large gatherings such as football matches to 30% of total capacity, while clubs and nightclubs close again in areas with weekly event rates. Over 350, or nine Berlin in 16 regions, including the capital.
Future Chancellor Olaf Scholes and leaders from 16 regions across the country have confirmed that a draft law on compulsory vaccination will be tabled in parliament in February or March.
Restrictions in Austria
November 22 to December 12 Austria was confined again. If the move affects the entire population, those who have not been vaccinated after this date will continue to be imprisoned.
Until December 12, residents no longer have the right to leave their homes except to go shopping, play sports or seek medical attention. Schools are open but students are not obliged to attend.
In November, Austrian Chancellor Alexander Shalenberg announced that the country would bring in a vaccination liability from February 1, with the vaccination rate reaching 66%, slightly lower than the European average.
Belgium brings forward the Christmas holidays
Belgium, which has recorded 17,800 Kovid-19 pollutants per day and 44 deaths per 11 million population over the past seven days, has taken new measures. On November 26, the country had already tightened restrictions, forcing nightclubs to close and encouraging people to limit their contacts and indoor activities as much as possible.
On Friday, December 3, Prime Minister Alexander de Cruz announced that Belgium’s nursery and primary schools would close a week before the Christmas holidays.
Masks will be mandatory in schools from the age of six. In secondary, a maximum of 50% face-to-face teaching courses will be organized in hybrid form until the Christmas holidays.
From this Monday, indoor events will be limited to a maximum of 200 people, with the public required to sit and wear a mask. This rule applies to cinemas and conferences. Indoor sports activities will still be allowed, but without spectators, outdoor events such as football matches can be held in unlimited numbers of people.
A maximum of six people at a table in Ireland
Nightclubs should lower the curtain on Ireland as well. “There is a very high risk of going into the Christmas period without restrictions to reduce the amount of personal contact.”Prime Minister Michael Martin said Friday.
The Irish government has decided to restore social distance in pubs, restaurants and hotels, with room service only, with a maximum of six people at a table. These establishments also have to close their doors at midnight.
It halves receptions at cultural venues and sports and makes wearing masks mandatory.
In addition, it is advisable to limit home meetings to a maximum of four households and to promote telework.
And in France?
In France, the government is not shying away from announcing new measures next week in the hope of breaking a curve “Dizziness”, According to Gabriel Athal.
Prime Minister Jean Costax on Thursday indicated that the Health Prevention Council would meet on Monday, December 6, for his first release after a Covid infection and ten days of isolation. It will be approx “See if further action is required”, He announced.
“We will, as always, make an assessment of the situation and the answers that need to be given, with the same philosophy of pragmatism and proportion.”Emmanuel Macron said on Friday from Dubai.
This fifth wave is reflected in the apparent decay of the indicators. As of Friday, 49,858 cases had been identified, averaging 38,890 for the seven-day daily, down from 6,000 a month earlier.
An increase affecting the hospital as well. There are currently 11,103 Kovid patients hospitalized in France, including 2,058 in critical care services, up from 6,600 and 1,000 a month ago.
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