Management Covid: Senate report calls for the indictment of Bolsonaro for crimes against humanity
© Copyright 2021, The Obs The parliamentary inquiry committee (ICC) on the pandemic in Brazil Tuesday approved 26 October the damning report of its six-month investigation, which recommended the indictment of President Jair Bolsonaro for nine crimes, including "crimes against humanity", "prevarication", "quackery" and "incitement to crime". After dozens of hearings, often poignant, the ICC has accused the government of having "deliberately exposed" Brazilians "a mass contamination." After the v
© Frédéric Bourgeais Global Assessment of the New Coronavirus Pandemic, from November 5th at 11:00 am GMT
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: a point on the latest developments in the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world.
- Pfizer says its 89% -
Pfizer anti-covid pill announced Friday that its anti-COVID pill was effective at 89% to prevent the risk of hospitalization or death, according to the first results of clinical trials.
The company intends to provide these results "as soon as possible" to the US Medicines Agency (FDA) for an application for authorization. This is the second treatment of this type to demonstrate positive results, after the tablet developed by Merck, which has been authorized Thursday in a first country, the United Kingdom.
training crisis clouded joy of improvement in the labor market
The economy is strong, especially in the services autumn revival in the labor market continues, the number of registered employees is higher than ever. © Carsten Koall / dpa The number of unemployed in Germany fell in October to 2.377 million. Despite such positive signals is not fully satisfied the chairman of the Federal Employment Agency. "Not all people equally benefit", Detlef Scheele complained on Thursday in Nuremberg.
© Handout Screenshot of the lawyer and Chinese journalist, Zhang Zhan, broadcast on December 28, 2020.
- In France, a sanitary pass until the summer -
The French Parliament has authorized Friday the recourse to the use of Sanitary Pass until July 31, 2022, at the fury of oppositions that accuse the power to evacuate any questioning of its health policy during the presidential and legislative election campaign, which will be held next spring.
- Concerns about the state of health of a Chinese journalist -
the Chinese "citizen journalist" Zhang Zhan, imprisoned after filming the quarantine of Wuhan, the first city of the world struck by the COVID-19, is close to Death, warned his family.
Ms. Zhang, 38, observes a hunger strike after being sentenced at the end of 2020 to four years in prison for "provocation to disorders to public order", a motif frequently invoked in China against political opponents .
Covid-19 in Germany. The Governor is concerned about a "massive" pandemic among non-vaccinated
© Michele Tangusi / Archive Reuters The Reichstag Building, the headquarters of the Lower House of Parliament, the Bundestag, in Berlin, Germany, the March 22, 2020. Germany faces a return of the coronavirus epidemic with more than 20,000 new cases in 24 hours. The government is studying the possibility of new restrictions against people who refuse to be vaccinated.
© Jeff Kowalsky A six-year-old child shows the receipt after being vaccinated against COVID in Novi, the United States, November 3, 2021.
- Southeast Asian Games reprogrammed in May -
The 31st edition of the Southeast Asian Games, postponed this year due to the pandemic, will be held in Vietnam from 12 to 23 May 2022, announced Friday the Olympic Committee of the country.
originally planned from November 21 to December 2, 2021, the competition had been postponed this summer while Vietnam was struck by an unprecedented epidemic wave, resulting in the locking of several cities, including the economic capital Ho Chi Minh City.
- Rugby: English Owen Farrell Tested Positive -
The Captain of the XV Rose Owen Farrell will not participate in the session of the day after a positive PCR test, announced Friday the English Rugby Federation.
England must face Tonga Saturday, before receiving Australia and South Africa on November 13 and 20.
- More than five million dead -
The pandemic has made at least 5,028,536 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by the AFP from official sources, Friday at 11:00 GMT.
The United States is the most endangered country with 751,555 dead, followed by Brazil (608.671), India (459,873), Mexico (289,131) and Russia (244,447).
These figures are based on the daily official balance sheets of each country, excluding the revisions on the highest posteriori by some statistical agencies.
taking into account the overmortality directly and indirectly linked to COVID-19, WHO estimates that the overall pandemic assessment could be two to three times higher.
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© Tobias Schwarz A sign painted on the sidewalk asks people to wear a mask against the coronavirus, in Berlin November 15, 2021 New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: One point on the latest evolutions of the Covid-19 pandemic in the world. - Austria confines the non-vaccinated - Austria confines the non-vaccinated persons on Monday, which have not recently contracted CVIV-19, a first in the EU that aims to stem the record number of new case.