Although the Kovid-19 pandemic – and 3.8 million deaths worldwide – seems to mark the time for immunization in the fastest growing countries, it is the third wave of pollution in Brazil. This uncertainty is evident in many countries, such as Thailand, which are trying to reopen their economies to tourists.
New record of infection in Brazil
Brazil broke a new record of Kovid-19 infection on Wednesday, with 115,228 new cases identified within 24 hours, with the latest report from the Ministry of Health confirming the arrival of the third wave. 39 official deaths and 2,392 new deaths were reported, bringing the total number of victims to 507,109. Brazil is the second most deadly country in the world, with 600,000 deaths behind the United States.
The number of daily infections has been steadily rising for more than a month, with the average mortality rate being 2,000 per day since last week. “Because of the continuous acceleration in the number of cases, we are already in the third wave.”, Was announced to the daily on Monday Or balloon Carlos Eduardo Lula, President of the National Council of Health Secretaries (CONAS), which brings together health officials from different states of the country.
According to the latest epidemiological report from the Public Reference Institute Fiocruz, 19 out of 27 Brazilian states have critical condition, with more than 80% having intensive care beds, and 90% of them. Vaccination is still progressing very slowly: only 30.7% of the population has received at least one dose, and 11.36% have been fully immunized. In Sao Paulo, the largest city in the country, vaccinations had to be interrupted on Tuesday due to lack of available doses, before resuming on Wednesday.
Thailand: Tourism sector suspected
Tourism professionals in Thailand are skeptical about the effectiveness of the program, which begins next week to revive this vital area that has been stalled since the start of the Pandemic. The brutal entry conditions, including a fourteen-day embargo on the approved hotel, which has been in place since last year, have reduced the number of foreigners visiting the country. The economy is recording its worst performance since the 1997 Asian financial crisis.
In an effort to revive the machine, the Thai government gave the green light to the pilot project “Sandbox”, which should be allowed from 1Is Tourists who have been vaccinated against Kovid-19 before traveling to other parts of the country to stay in South Phuket for thirteen days in July.
Four hundred foreign nationals from the European Union and Israel want to travel togetherIs According to figures provided by many professionals in the field of tourism, July on this island was very popular before the Pandemic. But the “Sandbox” program has not yet been announced Royal Gazette Embassies cannot issue entry certificates to the country.
Other professionals believe that this over-regulated plan will discourage many travelers. Each vaccinated visitor must undergo four Kovid tests before and after their stay in Phuket, fourteen days later, and finally be allowed to leave the island.