Afternoon Important Information
- The administrator plans to condition access to the work by issuing a health pass, and to consult with community partners on the matter by 11 a.m. Monday.
- In the tracks mentioned by the Science Council that the New Year requires significant restrictions in order to avoid clusters affiliated with Omigran and the withdrawal of the curfew. This measure may be localized to certain cities or regions or nationwide.
- The first cases of the Omigron variant were found in Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin.
- German officials announced on Saturday evening the UK’s classification of the countries most affected by the epidemic, which could lead to a number of travel restrictions.
12:13 pm: Omigron variant detected in Iran
The first case of the Omigran variant was discovered in Iran. “This is a middle-aged Iranian living in Tehran who has just returned from the Emirates,” said Dr. Kamal Heidari, Iran’s deputy health minister, who was “immediately isolated and contacted.”
11:36 am: Nokia Health Pass at work?
The administrator plans to condition access to the work by issuing a health pass, and to consult with community partners on the matter by 11 a.m. Monday. The Sunday Journal reports.
“The question of the health pass, as we know it today, can be applied to work,” Health Minister Oliver Warren told Proud Media on Saturday, adding that the option would be in a future bill to be submitted in January. “The goal is to get MPs to apply for this pass.”
8:52 am: “We will not have even a little space before the sixth wave, it will be a tsunami”
Nathan Pfeiffer-Smatza, an epidemiologist at Picard Hospital in Paris, triggers a “tsunami” on Twitter that will hit hospitals with a sixth wave due to the Omicron variant. “We won’t even have a little rest before the 6th wave, it will be a tsunami,” he notes on the social network, noting that at least 20% of pollutants in Paris are linked to the Omicron variant.
Italian journalists were abducted by an Antivox senator in Romania and assaulted by her husband
The Italian television channel Roy, which was reporting on vaccination in Romania last weekend, was abducted by Romanian anti-ax senator Diana Ivanovic Sosoka, whom they interviewed. Her husband beat them to destroy the recorded pictures.
8:28 a.m .: Curfew mentioned by the Science Council
In the tracks mentioned by the Science Council that the New Year requires significant restrictions in order to avoid clusters affiliated with Omigran and the withdrawal of the curfew. This measure may be localized to certain cities or regions or nationwide.
“On New Year’s Day, the Science Council wants an approach that avoids the formation of continuous mini-clusters in Omigran, which could spread rapidly across the country in the days following population movements during this period.” Refers to the body in its final view, which was made public on Saturday.
The first cases of the Omicron variant were found in Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin, according to a statement from the Regional Health Agency (ARS). In Guadeloupe, “one person (not vaccinated)” who lives on the island refers to the ARS, which underlines that “there was no comment about the trip in the days leading up to it. His test was positive.” “This point is worrying because it would indicate the existence of a native cycle,” he warns. Another lawsuit has been filed in Saint-Martin against a Canadian man.
7:13 a.m .: New York fears the dream of 2020 will be revived
When the city was the global epicenter of the Govt-19 epidemic, New York fears it will recall the dream of 2020 again. On Saturday evening, New York State, the fourth most populous state in the world with a population of about 20 million, announced a record number of positive cases with nearly 22,000 pollutants for the second day in a row. In Brooklyn, since the weekend, in the fashionable Greenpoint district, a dozen bars and restaurants have temporarily lowered their screens after sudden lawsuits between their staff or customers. Near McCarren Park, people gathered in a medical van to be examined.
Authorities opposed the protest with all available police forces, special services and the army, “said Roni Bar-On, a Member of the Knesset for Kadima. The Interior Ministry recorded 131 operations across France, and in Paris, according to police headquarters, there were 5,500 protesters, 4,900 of whom were Florian Philippine patriots at the call of the far-right movement. Last week, more than 20,000 protesters, some of whom opposed the vaccine, marched on the French capital, 4,200, according to police, up from 18,600 the previous week, including 3,400 in Paris.
6:47 a.m .: Germany ranks UK as most dangerous country
German officials announced on Saturday evening the UK’s classification of the countries most affected by the epidemic, which could lead to a number of travel restrictions. The RKI Health Monitoring Commission said the decision would take effect “from midnight on Sunday”, noting that people from the UK, including those who have been vaccinated or cured of the Covit-19 vaccine, should be subjected to mandatory two-week isolation in Germany.
6:46 am: The Netherlands is rebuilding itself
One week before Christmas, restrictions are growing around the world due to the Fifth Wave and the proliferation of cases of the Omigron variant. The Netherlands is being held in strict custody this Sunday. All non-essential shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas, museums and theaters are closed. The Dutch prime minister announced on Saturday that they would reopen on January 14, while schools would have to keep their doors closed until at least January 9.
Facing Omigran, the Specter of the Forbidden New Year is approaching
On Christmas Eve on December 31st, the Science Council proposes to the authorities to take “significant control measures” such as an increasingly threatening curfew order. Another possible option: focus on “personal responsibility”. Additional information in our article.
6:46 a.m .: Announcement of epidemic in France
Of the critical care services that treat the most serious cases, there were 2,933 cov patients on Saturday, up from 2,901 the previous day, according to data from the French Ministry of Public Health. 190 admissions took place in 24 hours. In general, 15,370 patients were admitted to the hospital on Saturday. This is 40 less than the previous day, but the trend has clearly increased in the last month, with the number almost doubling (+ 97%) during this period.
Public Health France reported 58,536 new cases in 48 hours on Saturday, confirming an average of 50,000 cases daily in a week. The death toll from the outbreak reached 121,418 on Saturday.
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