Europe sets new limits on COVID-19 surge due to lack of vaccine | World news

Rome: The European government imposed new restrictions on Tuesday to curb the rapidly growing coronavirus outbreak and provide economic frankincense to help businesses survive the pandemic. It is becoming increasingly difficult for world leaders to stop disease while maintaining the economy while hoping for a vaccine that has not yet been proven.

German Economy Minister Peter Alt Meier said at the German-French economic conference in Berlin, “We are dealing with exponential growth.” “The number of new infections in Germany is up 70-75% compared to the previous week.” The United States, Russia, France, Sweden, Poland and other countries have recently recorded record numbers of infections as fall turns to winter in the northern hemisphere and people socialize indoors at high risk of infection.

More than 43.4 million people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus, and 1,158,056? According to Reuters statistics, the United States leads the number of infections and deaths. Hundreds of protesters marched on the streets across Italy on Monday, and protests in some cities turned violent, expressing anger at recent restrictions, including early closures of bars and restaurants.

In Milan, the financial capital, young people threw gasoline bombs at police that responded with tear gas. In nearby Turin, luxury shops broke windows and some were looted, arresting ten mobs. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin warned France to be prepared for a “difficult decision” after the strictest restrictions currently in place in Europe have not stopped the spread of the disease.

The Czech government will require lawmakers to extend emergency powers to December 3rd, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said Tuesday it was trying to stop one of Europe’s most powerful infection surges.

Brain function affected

The latest data from Reuters show that so far, at least 8.5 million infections have been reported in Europe from the coronavirus and 251,000 have died. The continent registered 23,892 new cases on Monday from 67,739 on October 1. Russian authorities have ordered the world’s fourth-most COVID-19 case with 1.55 million infections to wear face masks in some public places. I asked local authorities to consider closing bars and restaurants overnight.

Of the most affected countries in Europe, new infections in Belgium peaked at more than 18,000 people on October 20, an increase of almost ten times the peak of the pandemic spring wave. The state is expected to decide whether a return to national blockade is necessary by this weekend.

Germany, widely praised for its initial response to the pandemic, also expressed concern over an increase in infection on Tuesday, and Altmaier expects to hit 20,000 cases a day by the end of this week. Spain’s wine-producing region La Rioja has ordered restaurants and bars in its two largest towns to close for a month. There is a national curfew from Sunday.

The global stock market gauge fell and the U.S. dollar fell on Tuesday as investors were plagued by a surge in coronavirus cases and uncertainty about the impending U.S. elections. A new study from Imperial College London suggests that antibodies to the novel coronavirus drop sharply in the UK population during the summer, suggesting that protection may not last long after infection. Recovering the patient could lead to a decline in brain function, the researchers warned.

The number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in the United States is a two-month high, putting a strain on the healthcare system in some states. The number of deaths in the United States leads the world with more than 225,300. President Donald Trump faced fierce re-election on November 3, President Donald Trump did not present evidence on Twitter on Tuesday that “the fake news media is full of Covid, Covid, and Covid by November 4th” I used self-restraint that was repeated often “We are rounding the turn. 99.9%.”

Trump has often promoted the vaccine as an answer, but no one has yet received international approval. Russia became the first country to receive regulatory approval for a vaccine in less than two months after conducting human experiments in August, raising eyebrows among skeptical Western scientists. The vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca Plc triggers an immune response in both elderly and young adults, raising hopes of getting out of the dark, the company said Monday.

But if the vaccine comes out, only a fraction of the European Union’s population could be vaccinated before 2022, EU officials said in an internal meeting on Tuesday. The warning comes despite the fact that a block of 27 countries with a population of 450 million has secured more than 1 billion potential vaccines from three pharmaceutical companies.

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