The latest news about the epidemic is Friday, May 13th
உள்ளன There are 39,317 new Govt cases in Italy (Bulletin here) The number of people infected with the Sars-CoV-2 virus has risen to at least 16,954,784 since the outbreak. The death toll recorded yesterday was 130, with a total of 164,976 victims since February 2020.
Two years after the onset of Govt-19 infection, at least half of the patients admitted to the hospital at that time still had at least one symptom. This is recommended by a study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine It follows patients from the onset of infections, thus representing the longest-running research ever published.
North Korea imposes lockout More than two years after the country announced that it had been able to keep the virus out of its borders, its first approved govt to control the outbreak.
13:11 – GB, one in 45 people had govt last week
Britain’s latest estimates of the spread of goiter show that one in 45 Britons became ill last week, with one in 35 diagnosing it compared to the previous week. The new fall in epidemics, experts say.
12:14 – Ricciardi: The data are incorrect, the infection is still there
The data circulating today about the spread of goiter in the world are completely distorted because they are underestimated, but governments are influenced by public opinion who want the epidemic to end, and substantially subvert it, perpetuating inadequate current detection systems. This was stated by Walter Ricciardi, adviser to the Minister of Health Roberto Speranza, in connection with the Oxfam Festival in Florence. According to Ricciardi, the epidemic is still dramatic and will not end until the whole world is vaccinated. What is unfortunately incomprehensible today to political leaders who are hesitant about this solution is that the patent cannot be suspended. In fact, the minister’s adviser added that it is important to protect intellectual property, but not always: in the presence of an epidemic, it is necessary to provide global health by suspending patents until the epidemic is over, or by issuing compulsory licenses as president. Said Van der Leyen of the European Commission.
11:50 am – Extreme death toll drops to 6% in EU March
Data in the EU continues to improve, according to Eurostat, after a fourth wave of high-profile deaths in the fall of 2021. Covit-19 (2016-2019) was + 7% in January and February, compared to the pre-epidemic average, which was 6% lower in March 2022, much lower than the November peak (+ 26%) and December last year ( + 23%).
11:35 am – Russia’s Kremlin ready to vaccinate North Korea
Russia will immediately assess North Korea’s demand for the supply of the Kovit-19 vaccine. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday. The North Korean comrades are well aware of our various vaccines and are well aware of our extensive experience with Govt, Peskov said. If there are any appeals from Pyongyang, it will be handled immediately.
11:13 am – Study: Risk of severe re-infection after 1 year
The risk of recurrence with severe or malignant form of Govit-19 is very low, even twelve months after the first infection. What a new study reveals – the first in the world with this duration – was published in the journal Boundaries of public health And coordinated by Lamberto Mansoli, Professor of the Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences at the University of Bologna. The trial follows the cases of more than a million patients in the Italian region of Abruzzo, who suffered from Govit-19 disease from the onset of the epidemic until last February, examining the rate of re-infection and secondary disease in one year. .
10:34 am – Shanghai tries to reopen
In the mainland of China yesterday, 312 new confirmed Kovit-19 cases with local spread were reported, 227 of which were in Shanghai. This was announced by the National Health Commission today. In fact after a severe siege of Shanghai, it is now in its seventh week trying to reopen in a few days. Deputy Mayor Wu King told a news conference that the goal was to achieve elimination in the community, meaning that any new lawsuit would only be filed against individuals who were already isolated. Wu did not give an exact date for the release of the regulations, nor did Wu say how the reopening would take place, except that the city intends to gradually restore industrial production, education and medical services. People in Shanghai and other areas have been embroiled in controversy with police over censored food shortage complaints and videos posted online. In Beijing, there is very little explosion, more daily inspections have been ordered, classes have been suspended, people have been ordered to work from home, restaurants have been restricted from being taken away, and many shops, tourist sites, banks and government offices have been closed. .
09:08 – Iss, Rt index stable at 0.96
The Rt index is stable at 0.96, with events dropping from 559 to 458 cases per 100 thousand., Intensive job placement and hospitalization are declining: these are the latest data from a high health agency monitor. The employment rate in intensive care has decreased by 3.4% (Ministry of Health daily survey till May 12) compared to 3.7% (Ministry of Health daily survey till May 5). Nationally, the employment rate in the medical sector is declining to 12.6% (daily survey by the Ministry of Health on May 12) and 14.5% in the previous survey (daily survey by the Ministry of Health on May 5). No high risk areas.
08:42 – North Korea in dire straits: 18,000 cases confirmed
More than 18,000 Govt-19 cases have been confirmed in North Korea, according to the North Korean news agency Yonhap, citing Pyongyang’s official KCNA news release. According to a report, 6 people have died from the virus. Yesterday the country discovered its first Omicron BA.2 variant, also known as the Omicron Stealth. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has called a meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party and ordered a nationwide lockout: North Korea has implemented a maximum prevention system for epidemic emergencies. Together with Eritrea, North Korea According to the World Health Organization (WHO) it is one of only two countries that has not launched a vaccination campaign against COVID-19. The COVAX Global COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Program has reduced the number of doses assigned to the country under sanctions for its nuclear program, and Pyongyang has rejected China’s vaccine concessions. President Kim Jong Un is said to have been vaccinated in July 2021, but has not been confirmed. Do not include in the same cases tested (350 thousand) depending on the capacity of the tampons shown by the country. As of the end of March, only 64,207 of the 25 million people tested positive for Covid and all results were negative, according to the latest WHO figures. It is not even clear whether North Korea has imposed the mask since the outbreak: citizens can be seen wearing them, but also participating in important political events that have mobilized tens of thousands of people without any protection.
08:28 am – Seoul delivers vaccines and medical equipment to North Korea
South Korean President Eun-suk-yol offers to send Govt-19 vaccines to North Korea More than two years after the announcement of the first outbreak of the disease in the country. Spokesman Kang In-Sun said in a statement that President Yoon Suk-yol plans to provide vaccines and other medical supplies, promising to discuss the details with the North Korean side. Pyongyang, on the other hand, said today that six people (including the Omigran variant) have died following the outbreak of the flu that has affected 350,000 people in the country since the end of April.
May 13, 2022 (Change May 13, 2022 | 13:13)
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