Covid-19: More than 3.44 million cases worldwide – more than 243,000 deaths

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More than 3.44 million new coronavirus cases have been reported worldwide, and 243,015 people have died, according to Reuters estimates.

Cases have been reported in more than 210 countries and regions since the first cases were reported in China in December 2019.

Germany: 74 deaths, 793 cases

Another 74 people succumbed to COVID-19, a coronary heart disease in Germany over the past 24 hours, with the death toll reaching 6,649, according to data compiled and uploaded daily on Robert Koch’s special website. -Institut, which specializes in infectious diseases. The daily report shows a decrease for the second consecutive day: the announced deaths were 94 on Saturday and 193 on the day before yesterday, Friday.

Confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the country increased by 793 to 162,496, according to the Robert Koch Institute. Their numbers are also lower than the previous one (945) and twice as many as Friday’s (1,639).

Russia: The authorities have announced a daily increase in the number of cases

Russia today recorded its largest daily increase in confirmed cases of coronary heart disease with 10,633 new cases, bringing their total to 134,686, according to the authorities’ official website.

The death toll has risen to 1,280 after another 58 people died in the past 24 hours, according to the center, which is coordinating the country’s response to the epidemic.

Japan: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will consult with experts tomorrow on extending state of emergency until May 31st

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet with experts at a meeting tomorrow to extend the state of emergency until May 31, the NHK television channel reported today.

The government will also look into further action to prevent the spread of the pandemic of the new coronavirus, which has infected 15,589 people and caused 530 deaths in Japan.

Egypt: On June 7, schools reopen for the exams of the students of the 3rd Lyceum – The measure also concerns the community schools of Cairo and Alexandria

Schools will return to normalcy from June 7, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Education. A new document that has already reached the Greek community schools of Cairo and Alexandria, which are jointly followed by the educational programs of both Greece and Egypt, informs the decision of the competent Egyptian authorities to start the process of examining its students on June 7. High School C for Arabic language exams.

This fact practically means, according to what is predicted from the previous years, that after a few days from this date, the schools of both the Cairo School of the Court of Appeals and the Alexandria Averofeio will be able to carry out the planned exams for both proficiency in the Arabic language and the admission of their students to Egyptian universities.

According to the same forecasts, and of course out of the blue, the selection of Egyptian students at Egyptian universities will be completed by the end of June. Regarding all the other classes, the school year is over.

Indonesia: 349 new cases of infection and 14 new deaths

Indonesia has reported 349 new cases of coronavirus infection, with the total number of cases in the country rising to 11,192, Health Ministry official Ahmad Yuriyando said today.

He confirmed 14 new deaths from the coronavirus, increasing the total death toll to 845.

More than 83,000 people have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease, Yurianto added.

Australia faces outbreaks of epidemics as areas of the country ease restrictions

The state of Victoria in Australia today saw the largest increase in new cases in weeks, while the state of New South Wales was faced with a new home in a nursing home as some parts of the country began to relax the rules of social distancing.

A total of 13 new cases were reported in Victoria today, health officials said, with six of them linked to an outbreak at a meat processing plant in Melbourne. In New South Wales, four new cases have been reported, two at the Newmarch Elderly Care Unit in Sydney, where more than 60 people have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease and 14 have died.

Australia and neighboring New Zealand, which have closed their borders and imposed restrictions and other strict restrictions, are praising the suspension of COVID-19, but the measures they have taken are expected to plunge their economies into recession.

Australia’s successful course in the fight against the coroner has led some states and territories to allow more outdoor activities and public gatherings earlier than originally planned.

Many national parks reopened in Queensland and the world was allowed to have a picnic. In New South Wales, it is allowed to visit the homes of friends or neighbors, but not in groups larger than two people, and from next weekend, for the first time in six weeks, brokers will be able to offer real estate to customers again.

The relaxation of the measures, however, is gradual and has differences from state to state.

Until late yesterday, Australia had 6,783 confirmed cases and mourned 94 deaths, according to authorities. New Zealand recorded two new cases today, bringing the total to 1,136, while 32 people have died.

The Australian government, which on Friday will discuss easing the rules of social distancing at the federal level, hopes that the implementation of the coronation tracking, which was introduced last week and its use is optional, will help make better decisions.

As of yesterday, 4 million Australians had installed the COVIDSafe application, the health ministry said. The figure is 16% of the country’s 25 million people, much lower than the government’s target (40%).

A total of 520 cases in the Palestinian Territories

Three new cases of infection with the new coronavirus have been confirmed in Palestine, the Palestinian Authority’s health minister announced on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases to 520.

The new cases have been identified in districts of East Jerusalem, May al-Qaeda said.

According to her, 103 patients have recovered: 44 in East Jerusalem, 12 in the Gaza Strip and 47 in the West Bank.

The health minister said 400 Palestinians would be repatriated across the border with Jordan, where authorities would conduct diagnostic tests. Even if the tests have a negative result, they will be asked to stay in quarantine for two weeks.

According to Kayla, 33,800 diagnostic tests have been performed.

About 15,000 Palestinians are in quarantine in various parts of the occupied territories, according to official figures from the Palestinian Authority.

Yemen: Three new cases of coronation in the war-torn country

Yemen has recorded three new cases of the new coronary heart disease, two in Aden and one in the province of Taiz, the Coronation Emergency Committee said today, raising the number of confirmed cases in the country to 10 to 2 deaths.

The United Nations fears that the new colonist is spreading unnoticed among the malnourished population in a country with insufficient diagnostic tests.

The virus has been detected in three provinces in Yemen.

The new case in Taiz is linked to the first case in the southwestern province, which was announced yesterday, the authorities point out in a message on Twitter.

The governor of Taiz announced today that he is closing the province’s borders for two weeks, with the exception of the supply of food and other basic necessities in order to prevent the spread of the virus.

Yemen recorded the first case of COVID-19 in the southern province of Khadramut on April 10. On Wednesday, he announced five cases in Aden and two deaths.

Iran will open mosques in low-risk areas from tomorrow

The mosques in Iran, which have been closed since mid-March as part of measures to stop the spread of the corona, will reopen from tomorrow, Monday, in 30% of the country’s counties, Iranian President Hassan Rohani said today.

“We have decided today to open the mosques in 132 low-risk counties (as far as Covid-19 is concerned) from tomorrow, and to resume Friday prayers, with full respect for health protocols,” Rohani told meeting of the national committee to deal with the pandemic, which was broadcast on state television.

Iran has a total of 434 counties.

Malaysia: 122 new confirmed cases, 105 of the total number of deaths

Malaysia today reported 122 new confirmed cases of the new coronavirus infection, bringing their total to 6,298.

The Ministry of Health also reported two new deaths, bringing the total death toll to 105.

The number of cases in the Philippines has exceeded 9,000 – South Korea has been easing restrictions since May 6.

The number of coronary heart attacks in the Philippines has risen to 9,223 after the health ministry announced 295 new cases today.

The ministry also recorded four new deaths, bringing the total to 607. According to the announcement, 90 people recovered, bringing the total number of patients treated to 1,214.

The country has also banned incoming passenger flights from this morning for a week, officials said, in order to stop the spread of the virus and to decongest the quarantine facilities hosting thousands of Filipinos who have returned from abroad. About 20,000 repatriated Filipinos are in compulsory quarantine in the country’s capital, according to the pandemic action group.

At the same time, the Singapore Ministry of Health today confirmed 657 new cases of coronary heart disease, with a total number of 18,205 in the city-state. Most of the new cases involve foreign workers living in dormitories, according to the ministry.

TREATMENT OF METERS IN SOUTH KOREA

South Korea will further relax the rules of social distancing on May 6, allowing businesses to gradually reopen, as the country has largely managed to bring the epidemic under control, Prime Minister Chung Xi-kyun announced today.

The government “will allow businesses to open phases of units that have been closed so far and allow gatherings and events, provided that disinfection instructions are followed,” the prime minister told a meeting of government officials broadcast on television.

Panama: 197 deaths, 7,090 cases

The Panamanian Ministry of Health announced yesterday that it had recorded 370 new confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of people infected with the new coronavirus to 7,090 in Central America – , 197 have succumbed to COVID-19, but have partially attributed the increase to the expansion of diagnostic tests.

Louis Soukre, Panama’s deputy health minister, noted that about a quarter of diagnostic tests performed in the country had a positive effect, making it one of the busiest transit centers in South America.

“This tells us that we are not achieving the goals we set at this stage,” he told reporters, without elaborating on whether the government was considering amending its austerity measures.

China: 2 new cases

The National Health Commission announced today that as of midnight yesterday, Saturday, two new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in mainland China had been reported.

One of the two cases was “imported” when used by Beijing when referring to travelers arriving in Chinese territory from abroad having become infected, while the second case was found in Sansi province.

No new deaths were reported, and no suspected cases were reported in mainland China yesterday, according to the National Health Commission. A total of 28 patients were discharged, while critically ill patients were reduced by 3 to 34.

As of midnight on Saturday, the total number of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 was 82,877, and the number of patients who succumbed to COVID-19 was 4,633 in China, always according to the official report of its health authorities. Asian country.

308 deaths, 1,128 cases in 24 hours in Ecuador

The death toll from the coronation pandemic in Ecuador has risen by 308 in the past 24 hours to 1,371, while 1,128 new cases of infection have been confirmed, bringing the total number of people infected with 27,464 people to health care in Andean County on Saturday. .

According to the Minister of Interior of Ecuador, Maria Paula Romo, 73,929 diagnostic tests had been performed until yesterday. Romeo said 2,132 patients had been treated.

The pandemic has spread widely in six of Isimerin’s twenty-four provinces, but the worst hit is Wagia, where 62% of nationally confirmed cases and 665 deaths have been counted, according to official figures.

Residents in the provincial capital, Waqiakil, have been in dramatic turmoil in recent weeks as hospitals have been saturated and corpses have been left in homes and streets for days and weeks.

The official account of the victims of the pandemic in Ecuador may be very undervalued. Authorities say at least 1,357 deaths were “likely” caused by the crash, but no tests have been performed to determine their cause.

89 deaths, 1,349 cases in 24 hours in Mexico, victims of pandemic exceed 2,000

The Mexican Ministry of Health announced Saturday that it had recorded another 89 deaths in the past 24 hours due to COVID-19, bringing the total number of victims of the pandemic to 2,061 in the country. At the same time, 1,349 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection were confirmed, with a total of 22,088 people infected.

The head of the Mexican consumer protection service, Ricardo Sheffield, announced yesterday via Twitter that he was infected. He thus became the second high-ranking public official to be insulted.

Brazil: 421 deaths, 4,970 cases in 24 hours

Brazil’s health ministry said on Saturday that another 421 people had succumbed to COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, a new coronary heart disease, with the death toll from the pandemic in Latin America’s largest economy reaching 6,750. The increase in deaths was 6.7%.

At the same time, another 4,970 confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection were recorded, with a total of 95,559 people infected. The new cases increased by 5.4% from the previous one.

Britain: Eurostars passengers should wear masks

Eurostar passengers will be required to wear masks from next week as part of protection measures for the new colonist, the company announced today.

“From May 4, passengers will have to wear masks at train stations and on our trains, as requested by the governments of France and Belgium,” the company said on its website.

Eurostar trains continue to cross the English Channel, but at a much lower frequency due to travel restrictions, increased controls and lower demand on the part of the public.

Passengers who do not have their face covered may not be allowed to board trains or be fined by the French or Belgian authorities.

Train shops and train stations will not be open, the company said.

Primary schools in Britain will reopen on June 1st

The UK government intends to reopen primary schools in England and Wales, possibly from June 1, based on a plan discussed with its ministers by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, according to The Telegraph.

Johnson, who has resumed his duties in recent days after recovering from a coronavirus infection, is set to present a “roadmap” for lifting the restraint imposed on the UK to prevent it from spreading. pandemic in his sermon to the nation next Sunday, according to the same newspaper.

According to another report in The Sunday Times, the Conservative government will begin easing some of the restrictions within a week, encouraging the resumption of construction activities, allowing citizens to go outside but urging them to cover their faces when using public transport.

Johnson’s goal is to draw up a plan to lift the lockdown and resume operations in the world’s fifth-largest economy without triggering a second wave of widespread pandemics.

Austria-poll: Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz takes the top spot after New Zealand’s prime minister over crisis

Ο ομοσπονδιακός καγκελάριος της Αυστρίας Σεμπάστιαν Κουρτς παίρνει τον δεύτερο καλύτερο βαθμό, μετά την πρωθυπουργό της Νέας Ζηλανδίας Τζασίντα Αρντέρν, ως προς την αντιμετώπιση της κρίσης της πανδημίας του κορονοϊού, διαπιστώνει δημοσκόπηση που διενεργήθηκε σε έξι ευρωπαϊκές χώρες και στη Νέα Ζηλανδία.

Στη δημοσκόπηση αυτή, τα αποτελέσματα της οποίας μετέδωσε η δημόσια Αυστριακή Ραδιοτηλεόραση (ÖRF), οι ερωτηθέντες σε Αυστρία, Βρετανία, Γαλλία, Γερμανία, Ιταλία, Σουηδία και Νέα Ζηλανδία αξιολόγησαν μόνον τη δική τους κυβέρνηση.

Πιο ικανοποιημένοι δήλωσαν οι πολίτες στη Νέα Ζηλανδία, στην Αυστρία και στη Γερμανία.

Σε μια κλίμακα από το 0 έως το 10, η πρωθυπουργός της Νέας Ζηλανδίας Αρντέρν βαθμολογήθηκε με βαθμό 7,8, ο αυστριακός καγκελάριος Κουρτς με 6,8 και η καγκελάριος της Γερμανίας Αγγέλα Μέρκελ με 6,0.

Στις χώρες που πλήττονται περισσότερο από την πανδημία του κορονοϊού, οι κυβερνήσεις δέχτηκαν πολύ περισσότερες επικρίσεις για τα μέτρα: οι Ιταλοί, οι Βρετανοί και οι Γάλλοι έδωσαν έτσι τους χειρότερους βαθμούς στις πολιτικές ηγεσίες τους.

Χειρότερα απ’ όλους βαθμολογείται στην δημοσκόπηση αυτή από τους πολίτες της χώρας του ο πρόεδρος της Γαλλίας Εμανουέλ Μακρόν (με μόλις 4,1) ενώ λίγο καλύτερα αξιολογήθηκαν ο πρωθυπουργός της Σουηδίας Στέφαν Λεβέν (5,2), ο πρωθυπουργός της Ιταλίας Τζουζέπε Κόντε (5,5) και ο πρωθυπουργός της Βρετανίας Μπόρις Τζόνσον (5,6).

Γαλλία-δημοσκόπηση: Μόλις το 20% των Γάλλων θεωρεί ότι η Μαρίν Λεπέν θα χειριζόταν καλύτερα την κρίση από τον Εμανουέλ Μακρόν

Μόλις το ένα πέμπτο των πολιτών της Γαλλίας θεωρεί ότι η Μαρίν Λεπέν, η αρχηγός της άκρας δεξιάς, θα χειριζόταν καλύτερα από τον πρόεδρο της χώρας Εμανουέλ Μακρόν την κρίση της πανδημίας του κορονοϊού, καταγράφει δημοσκόπηση του ινστιτούτου IFOP που δημοσιεύει στο σημερινό της φύλλο η εφημερίδα Le Journal du Dimanche.

Macron’s government has come under fire for its controversial messages, especially when and where citizens should wear protective masks, because it has failed to provide adequate stockpile of personal protective equipment before the crisis erupts, but also because far fewer diagnoses are made. examinations than in neighboring Germany.

In particular, Marin Lepen has repeatedly accused the government of lying to Macron’s ministers about “everything.”

However, the leader of the far right fails to convince the majority of French people that she would do better than the current president. On the other hand, 41% of respondents believe that it would be worse. 39% think it would be neither better nor worse, according to IFOP findings.

For most French people, there is no public figure among them who has been asked questions about how to handle the crisis better. A 35% estimate that right-wing former President Nicolas Sarkozy would do better, 15% believe that radical leftist leader Jean-Luc Melanchon would do better, while only 8% believe that Socialist former President François Hollande will he did better.

Still, confidence in Macron’s government remains low. Only 39% of the sample said they trusted the centrist president’s government and believed they would handle the crisis effectively, almost unchanged from what was recorded a week ago, but dramatically reduced compared to what was recorded in March (55). %).

The poll came after Prime Minister Edouard Philippe unveiled a plan to ease restrictions imposed on France on March 17, starting on May 11.

The IFOP Institute’s survey of JDD was conducted on April 29 and 30 using the questionnaire completion method, with a representative sample of 1,019 persons aged 18 and over selected by the percentage method.

Source: RES-EIA

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