Virus: Moscow delta is affected by variation, which prevents global controls
Despite stringent restrictions in recent weeks, the Russian capital has failed to control the corona virus – with the arrival of a health pass on Monday – listing a series of deaths, while the delta variation continues its global growth to deceive countries interested in returning to normal life.
Moscow again peaked in the number of deaths due to Govt-19 on Sunday, with 144 deaths reported in 24 hours, unprecedented since the outbreak. As of Friday, the record was 98 dead.
This is despite the gradual introduction of control measures such as the return to compulsory telecommunications for some employees and the compulsory vaccination of employees in the service sector. Health pass is also required to go to a restaurant in the capital from Monday.
Muscovites must download a QR code from the city’s web portal, or they must be vaccinated, or they have been infected with the corona virus for the past six months, or have a PCR test within three days, Mayor Sergei Sofian explained a few days ago.
As of spring 2020, public imprisonment is not currently expected in this city of more than 12 million people.
Russia, with 130,347 deaths recorded by the government, is the saddest European country. Rosstad, the broadest statistician for deaths associated with Covid-19, recorded about 270,000 deaths at the end of April.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says the first-identified, highly contagious delta variant in India now exists in at least 85 countries, raising fears about new waves of the disease despite vaccine campaigns. Infectious.
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Some countries have been forced to postpone the removal of corona anti-virus measures and / or restrictions that have strengthened their strategies. Recent: South Africa (1.9 million infections, including 59,900 deaths).
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday announced new restrictions on the continent that have hit the country hardest to deal with the sharp rise in pollution reported elsewhere in the delta variant.
“We are facing a catastrophic wave, which all means that it will be worse than before,” he said, adding that “all meetings – whether indoor or outdoor” can be attended by a maximum of 50 people, except for funerals.
Liquor sales are now banned, the curfew order has been extended by one hour (from 9:00 pm to 4:00 am) and schools will be closed by Friday.
In contrast, Italy continues its pacing pace.
The curfew order was to be lifted on Monday, especially in the Italian region of Asta Valley, which was still in place and masks would not be mandatory outside, except in crowded places.
But “the war has not yet been won,” Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza said on Friday, referring to the virus’s strains, especially the delta.
Italy was the first country in Europe to be infected with the Covid-19 virus in the first quarter of 2020, with more than 4.25 million infections and 127,418 deaths, 56 of which occurred in the last 24 hours.
The epidemic has killed at least 3,919,801 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a statement from AFP at 10:00 GMT on Sunday. The United States is the country with the highest number of deaths (603,966) and cases (33,624,776) on Sunday evening.