A number of European countries have reported serious cases of COVID-19, while Omicron species continue to spread throughout the region.
France also reported 179,807 cases of confirmed coronavirus within 24 hours on Tuesday, the highest daily number since the outbreak began. A record of 104,611 was set for Saturday
Britain also reported 129,471 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours on Tuesday. The daily history of illness was 122,186 on December 24.
Portugal Tuesday also reported daily cases of coronavirus Tuesday, despite having the highest vaccine in the world, as well as Cyprus.
Meanwhile, the Belgian theater and other cultural venues prevailed in the case on Tuesday for reopening after the government ordered the closure as part of a coronavirus ban to curb the spread of Omicron species.
Here are some recent updates:
Turkey estimates that more than 30,000 people get sick every day
The number of daily COVID-19 infections in Turkey rose 30,000 for the first time since mid-October, as omicron-infected strains began to take hold.
The country also reported 32,176 new cases and 184 deaths on Tuesday. One day earlier, daily illnesses jumped to about 26,000, having remained at about 20,000 for several weeks.
More than 60 percent of South Americans respond: report
About 63 percent of South Americans now have adequate vaccines, making the region the most vaccinated region in the world, according to the website Our World in Data.
“It has been a shocking event for a region like South America that has been hit so hard around the world during the epidemic, especially in 2020 and early 2021.
“In fact, South America accounts for only 8 percent of the world’s population. By 2021, it had killed more than three Coronavirus-infected people worldwide. I’m just giving you an idea of how things are going here, “Al Jazeera journalist Alessandro Rampietti said from Bogota, Colombia.
“Now… is a worldwide community with a high rate of vaccination. “This is because most people here probably do not refuse to get vaccinated most of the time, the people of South America are very responsive,” he added.
Cyprus confirms many COVID cases
Cyprus Tuesday recorded a one-day history of the COVID-19 epidemic since the virus was first identified on the island in March 2020.
The island reported 2,241 cases on Tuesday, up from 1,925 the previous day. To date, 154,926 cases have been reported and 630 people have died.
“I think this is due to Omicron’s differences, which may have come a long way before we thought of it,” said Petros Karayiannis, professor of pathology and microbiology at the University of Nicosia’s medical school and a member of the scientific advisory committee at government. This was stated by the Reuters news agency.
France reports that 179,807 people were infected with the coronavirus in one day
France reports that there are 179,807 confirmed cases of coronavirus within 24 hours, the highest ever since the outbreak began.
A record of 104,611 was set for Saturday, after a record 86,852 high of Nov. 11, 2020 broke with two consecutive days of more than 90,000 new cases per day over the weekend.
On Monday, the government announced new ways to deal with the disease, including restrictions on the size of conventions, banning eating and drinking in public transportation and the wearing of outdoor masks.
Biden has announced the end of COVID’s southern African sanctions
U.S. President Joe Biden announced the lifting of the embargo this week on a tour of South Africa and other countries in the region, which was set up in fear of Omicron’s diversity.
“Restrictions on travel … are no longer necessary to protect public health” and at the end of 12:01 am in Washington on Friday (05:01 GMT), Biden said in a statement.
Biden said he is lifting restrictions on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Although the coronavirus virus has spread to more than 100 countries including the United States, the risk appears to be lower than previously feared because “scientists have confirmed that people with the COVID-19 vaccine are protected against serious infections,” Biden said. .
UK reports show serious cases of COVID-19 daily
The United Kingdom has reported 129,471 new cases of COVID-19, a day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it would not impose new sanctions to curb the spread of the virus this year.
This information did not include figures from Scotland and Northern Ireland due to differences in the reporting system for the Christmas holidays.
The 12,378 cases reported in Wales also included what would have been reported in recent days.
The daily history of illness was 122,186 on December 24.
The government says there will be 18 new deaths within 28 days of being tested for COVID-19 – at least 100 people a day die.
Belgian court has suspended COVID closure of entertainment venues
Belgian court has suspended the closure of concert halls, theaters and other entertainment venues, which were announced last week by Prime Minister Alexander De Croo to block the spread of Omicron.
Authorities have not shown “how to have a good time [people’s] to spread the coronavirus, in which they may need to be ordered to be shut down, ”says the Council of State, Belgium’s highest court.
Portugal is showing COVID charges
Portugal has reported a number of people infected with the corona every day despite having the highest vaccine in the world while other species of Omicron occur in Europe.
Health officials on Tuesday registered 17,172 new cases in the last 24 hours, surpassing the 16,432 record set on January 28 when the Alpha species, first identified in the UK, swept across Southern Europe.
About 90 per cent of Portugal have been vaccinated and about 2.4 million have been vaccinated with a third vaccine. The United Arab Emirates is the only country with the highest number of vaccinated people.