In Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the Govt-19 epidemic has been disrupting our lives for more than a year.
Here you can find all the news related to this crisis affecting people, governments and economy throughout the day.
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Case: 195 557 438
Case: 34 608 383
Ontario: 549,576 cases (9,321 deaths)
Quebec: 377,034 cases (11,240 deaths)
Alberta: 233,547 cases (2,322 deaths)
British Columbia: 149,109 cases (1,768 deaths)
Manitoba: 57,476 cases (1,172 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 49,765 cases (578 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 5,885 cases (93 deaths)
New Brunswick: 2,352 cases (46 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,437 cases (7 deaths)
Nunavut: 657 cases (4 deaths)
Yukon: 551 cases (6 deaths)
Prince Edward Island: 208 cases
Northwest Territories: 128 cases
Canadian Returnees: 13 cases
Total: 1,428,050 (26,557 deaths)
The French Higher Health Authority (HAS) on Wednesday gave the green light for the use of the Moderna vaccine for children aged 12-17 years, which is used with the second Pfizer.
11 a.m. | Quebec lists 133 new cases
Quebec 133 Govt-19 cases and no deaths, a total of 377,034 infected people and 11,240 deaths since the outbreak.
Yesterday, 73 infections were reported in the province and no deaths were reported.
Situation in Quebec on July 28, 2021
-377,034 victims (+133)
– 11,240 deaths (-)
– 61 hospitalized (-5)
– 19 people in the intensive care unit (-2)
– Direct debits total 16,341 to 11,089,684
– Adds 72,398 doses administered, i.e. 71,350 in the last 24 hours for a total of 10,840,838 doses received in Quebec
– Outside Quebec, a total of 36,949 quantities were delivered for a total of 10,877,787.
The British government said on Wednesday that travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the European Union and the United States will now be exempt from isolation in the UK, which does not apply to those from France.
The French High Commission for Health (HAS) on Wednesday believes that rapid salivary testing for COVID-19 is “very effective in current performance” and therefore “suspends” its recommendation to cover these devices by social devices.
“The availability of new data (…) reveals a great variety of results obtained, questioning their effectiveness. In addition, there are now reliable alternatives of acceptable or equivalent levels of speed,” HAS explains in a press release.
10:09 am | Tanzania begins vaccination against COVID-19
Tanzania launched its COVID-19 vaccination campaign on Wednesday, a year after the outbreak of the disease in East Africa under President John Mahmoud, who died in March.
The country, whose authorities have denied curfew orders and locks to its neighbors, is the last on the continent to vaccinate its people.
Following in the footsteps of John Magufuli, the new president, Samia Suluhu Hassan, has drastically revised the policy of the late president, which mainly recommended prayer and natural products to combat the corona virus.
The Kovacs organization expects to receive 250 million doses of Govit-19 vaccine from donors in the next six to eight weeks to help poor countries, the World Organization said on Wednesday. Health (WHO).
A health emergency will be declared at midnight on Wednesday in Guadeloupe, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthelemy in the French Antilles due to a strong relapse of the COVID-19 epidemic.
9:12 am | Dr. Gaston Desceres that there is a delta variation in Quebec
“I think the corona virus has not clearly disappeared from Quebec, but those who have been double-vaccinated do not indicate a higher risk of spreading the disease.”
As the months go by, sales counters for Pfizer panic. The lab plans to sell $ 33.5 billion worth of COVID-19 vaccines this year, developed in collaboration with German Bioendech.
8:39 am | Boeing returns to green after six-quarter losses
Aircraft maker Boeing turned green again after six quarters of losses in the second quarter and finally decided to stay in its current working conditions, recovering from the struggles of the epidemic and the tragedy of its primary 737 Max.
8 hours 21 Norway again postponed its full opening
As the delta variant evolved on its soil and in other European countries, Norway on Wednesday announced the complete lifting of health sanctions planned in early August.
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Ontario is pressing Ottawa to allow Canadians who have received the “mixed vaccine” to travel internationally without restrictions.
6:54 am | Pfizer plans to sell $ 33.5 billion worth of Govt vaccines this year
6:15 am | France: Middle and high school students are encouraged to be vaccinated at the beginning of the school year
5:55 am | London to deliver 817,000 dose of vaccine to Kenya
The UK government will donate 817,000 doses of corona virus vaccine to Kenya, the UK government said on Wednesday ahead of a meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
5:28 am | France: Health Path in effect from August 7 to 10
On Wednesday, Transport Minister Jean-Baptiste Djibouti acknowledged that the extension of the Health Pass to long-distance transport would take effect in France “from August 7 to 10”, acknowledging that the restrictions could not be “formal”.
4 hours 34 | Japan 2020: Isolated Dutch women condemn “Olympic prison” in favor of COVID
Tested in favor of COVID, Dutch sports women isolated in a hotel and losing a match in Tokyo on Wednesday expressed their frustration, condemning what they call the “Olympic prison” and demanding more free time in the air.
3:03 am | Masks, Vaccine: Washington strengthens the game against the Delta genre
In the face of the spread of the delta variation, the United States has tightened its tone by re-establishing the wearing of masks in areas at risk even for those who have been vaccinated, and by rejecting the federal government’s mandatory vaccination of state employees prior to new employees being announced on Thursday.
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