WorldThe last 24 hours in the coronavirus epidemic

The last 24 hours in the coronavirus epidemic

In the epidemic, the number of cases worldwide increased to 187 million 68 thousand, the number of those who lost their lives to 4 million 38 thousand, and the number of those who recovered to 171 million 50 thousand.

The number of cases exceeded 34 million 711 thousand in the USA, 30 million 824 thousand in India, 19 million 20 thousand in Brazil and 5 million 803 thousand in France.

While the “highest” loss of life has been recorded in Russia with 752 in the last 24 hours since the beginning of the epidemic, the total death toll has exceeded 142 thousand.

In the Netherlands, the government announced that it is going to tighten again in epidemic measures. Accordingly, the measures that will start to be implemented as of 06:00 tomorrow will remain in effect until August 13. Cafes and restaurants will be closed between midnight and 06.00 and will be able to receive customers according to the distance rule. Discos and bars will be closed again, live music and concerts will not be held, events lasting more than one day will be limited to 24 hours. The validity period of negative test results was reduced from 40 hours to 24 hours.

Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz stated that the obligation to use masks in closed areas, which is applied within the scope of epidemic measures, will end for stores and shopping centers as of July 22.

The Dutch Ministry of Health announced that the number of daily cases has risen to over 10 thousand again, and 10 thousand 345 cases recorded today, the highest figure seen since 25 December 2020.

Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that quarantine will not be applied to Polish citizens returning from Turkey.

In Malaysia, where 9,353 new cases were detected in the last 24 hours, the highest daily increase in cases since the beginning of the epidemic was seen.

The Algerian government set up vaccine stands in front of mosques in the capital to persuade the public to get vaccinated.

Explaining that the health system in the country is standing despite all the difficulties, Tunisia announced that after the decision to close the air and land borders of Libya for a week, flights to this country were suspended.

It was reported that the number of Covid-19 cases in Bangladesh exceeded 1 million.

It has been announced that Senegal will establish a production center for vaccines to be used in Covid-19 and other epidemic diseases with the financing of the European Union, the World Bank and the USA.

Geoff Makhubo, the Mayor of Johannesburg, the largest city and financial center of the Republic of South Africa, died due to Covid-19.

Singapore announced that as of 12 July, those who have been in Indonesia in the last 21 days will not be able to transit through the country, and all passengers arriving from this country will be required to have a PCR test taken within the last 48 hours.

Due to the increasing cases, Malta will require an internationally recognized vaccination certificate from those arriving in the country from next week to show that the Covid-19 vaccination cycle has been completed.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Civil Aviation Authority reported that all flights to Afghanistan and Indonesia were suspended from tomorrow due to the epidemic.

. (HAS) . ..


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