6:50 – In India, more than 300,000 people contracted the Coronavirus in the past day. Reuters reported that this is the highest daily increase recorded in one country in the world since the beginning of the outbreak. During the last day, 2,104 people infected with the Coronavirus died.
6:22 – during wednesday in Germany The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has reported 29,516 new cases of coronavirus. The number is roughly the same a week ago, when 29,426 new infections were reported. The number of new infections per 100,000 of the population has also remained stable in the past seven days. According to RKI’s calculations, the number was 161.1, the day before it was 160.1. The number of breeders has decreased to 0.94 today.
In Germany, which has a population of 83 million, 3.22 million people have been diagnosed with the Coronavirus since the outbreak of the epidemic. Nearly 81,000 of them died. There were another 259 casualties during the day.
6:16 – Fifth Brazil The local health ministry said on Wednesday night that nearly 3,500 coronavirus cases had died in the past 24 hours. The country has already killed 381,000 people with the Covid-19 virus, the second highest number in the world after the United States. The Brazilian Ministry of Health said, Wednesday, that nearly 80,000 other people had been infected with the Coronavirus during the past 24 hours. The total number of infected people has increased since the start of the epidemic to 14.1 million in the country, which has a population of 212 million, and more in the United States and India alone.
In addition to the more dangerous coronavirus mutations and the slow progress in vaccination, the increased healthcare is contributing to the higher death toll.
Thirteen percent of the country’s population has received at least one dose of the vaccine, and only five percent have received the two doses. The government wants to complete the vaccination of priority groups, which make up about a third of the population, in September.
6:12 – The US State Department has expanded the number of countries Americans are not allowed to travel to due to the coronavirus pandemic. At least 116 countries have been brought back to their highest alert level since the start of the week, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The strong “do not travel” warning applies to most European countries, including the Czech Republic, Germany and France. The US State Department said on Monday that the strong warning would affect about 80 percent of the world’s countries.
So far, the US State Department has strongly warned against travel to 34 countries, such as Russia and Brazil. Countries such as China and Japan remain in the third temperate tier.
Warnings are not binding on US citizens, but US borders are closed to foreigners from these countries. On Tuesday, the United States extended a 30-day travel ban from Canada and Mexico, which had been in effect for a year.
6:03 – Fifth Italy The curfew will last from 10pm. The ruling coalition did not agree to the moderation, so that it would not take effect until 11 pm.
6:00 – The government will discuss a plan to ease measures against COVID-19 in trade and services on Thursday afternoon. According to Health Minister Petr Arenberger (to YES), the Czechs are moving towards opening stores no later than May 3. His office is now preparing a breakdown plan for the first half of May, which already contains basic blueprints.
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