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8:50 p.m. Pollution is on the rise in Belgium. Between October 10 and 16, an average of 3,151 people were infected with Kovit-19 every day, according to figures from the Sciento Public Health Institute. This is 50% more than the previous week. Between October 13 and 19, there were also 79.1 daily hospital admissions of corona virus patients, an increase of 41% over the previous reporting period.
8:35 p.m. Airports are asking for state support for security costs. The Airports Union has asked for at least some support from the state for security costs. France is the only country in Europe that allows passengers to bear the cost of security and safety measures through the airport tax. With the fall in traffic, the government provided an advance of 300 million euros to all airports for the continuation of the restrictions. “By 2021, 250 million euros in advance will not be enough to cover the costs,” explains Thomas Zuine, president of the French Airports Union in Les Echoes. There is a deficit of 100 million euros and no additional amount has been provided in the amended finance law. This problem should arise in 2022 and the deficit will reach another 180 million.
7:50 am 60,000 Interrail passes are issued by the European Commission to young people traveling through Europe. After a one-year hiatus linked to the Govt crisis, 60,000 selected young Europeans will be able to explore Europe by train in 2022. Students have only ten days to submit their applications For the DiscoverEU project. Young people must have been born between July 1, 2001 and December 31, 2003. To get this pass, applicants must answer six questions about the efforts it has made for the European Union and the youth. Successful candidates can travel for a maximum of thirty days and this journey must take place between March 2022 and February 2023.
7:15 p.m. Martinique University Hospital abandons the imposition of health passes on its staff. CHU management has decided that hospital staff no longer need to have a health pass to enter their service. Hospital Center a Serious dispute from some employees on health duties However, it is prevalent everywhere in France. According to the facility manager’s note, non-compliant agents should undergo PCR testing.
7:10 p.m. Hot debate in the legislature at night on the health pass until the summer of 2022. The study of a new bill dedicated to the Govt crisis was likely to storm the use of the health pass until July 31. Olivier Varan called on “actors not to disarm us, even if they show signs of virus vulnerability. The rule is, “a country that has lived for more than three years in the last six years. Under various emergency conditions, between attacks and a health crisis.
7 hours. Mexico accuses WHO of “negligence” in not recognizing Sputnik. The Mexican president has been asking the WHO for a week to approve the Sputnik V vaccine and the Chinese vaccine CanSino. He condemned the WHO’s behavior. “They’ve been doing this for a long time […]I would say this is negligence.
6:40 am The Commission of Inquiry wants to charge President Jor Bolsomonaro for managing the Covit crisis in Brazil. The Brazilian Senate Parliamentary Inquiry Committee (ICC) should blame President Jair Bolsanaro for a series of “deliberate” crimes during the Covit-19 epidemic that killed more than 600,000 people in his country. The commission retained nine counts, including “crime against humanity” and “precautionary measures” against Jair Bolsanaro. The commission does not have the authority to initiate legal action, but its manifestations could have significant political implications, as polls already show that Jair Bolzano lost to former left-wing former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva a year before the presidential election. .
6.30 p.m. The Gates Foundation is investing $ 120 million to access the anti-Govt pill. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the investment to facilitate poor countries’ commitment to treat Covit-19 in pill form. Merck, an American laboratory, has developed a drug called molnupravir, which greatly reduces the risk of hospitalization and death when taken in the first days of infection. This treatment with pills, therefore, is easier to administer, providing a much-anticipated alternative to vaccines, especially for countries experiencing difficulties in accessing the latter. Its accreditation is currently being assessed by the United States Medicines Agency (FDA).
6:25 am Moscow orders health restrictions. The city of Moscow has ordered the first health restrictions since the summer. Authorities in the Russian capital have ordered that by January 1, 2022, 80% of employees will be vaccinated against the current 60% of services. February 25 and “at least 30%” telecommunications of company employees.
6:20 p.m. Mandatory vaccination for MPs in Canada. Henceforth, Canadian lawmakers will have to vaccinate against Amara Kovit-19 in the General Assembly from the end of November.
6:15 p.m. Daily record of deaths in Ukraine. Ukraine has recorded 538 deaths from Kovit-19 in the last 24 hours, a record for a new wave of epidemics aggravated by the sluggish vaccine in this Eastern European country.
6:10 p.m. A new variant of surveillance in the UK. The British government, in the face of an increase in Covit-19 pollution, said it was closely monitoring “a new sub-variant spreading in the United Kingdom.
6:05 p.m. Bulgaria imposes a health pass. Bulgaria has announced that a health pass will be established to counter the sharp rise in the number of Kovit-19 cases of vaccination within the European Union. The certification will take effect Thursday at restaurants and hotels and cultural venues, sports venues and sporting events.
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