US News: COVID-19: The contaminations at the highest in the Netherlands, a reconfinement is not excluded

COVID-19: Faced with the wave of contamination, Greece hardens restrictions for non-vaccinated

 COVID-19: Faced with the wave of contamination, Greece hardens restrictions for non-vaccinated © Photo: Sakis Mitrolidis / AFP In the streets of Thessaloniki, second largest city in Greece, Wednesday, November 3, 2021. Greece faces its worst wave of contaminations to COVID-19 since the beginning of the sanitary crisis. To combat the spread of the virus, the authorities have set up a new battery of measurements, hardening restrictions for people who have not received their injections of anti-coronavirus vaccine. The curve skyrockets.

Le Premier ministre des Pays-Bas, Mark Rutte, devrait annoncer de nouvelles restrictions vendredi. (Illustration) © AFP / BART MAAT The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, should announce new restrictions on Friday. (Illustration) Never had the Netherlands experienced such a number of contaminations: 16,364 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours. It is more than 20 December 2020, when with 12,997 cases had been identified in this country of 17.4 million, although 85% of adults are vaccinated. The RIVM, the Dutch organization responsible for public health, also recorded 26 deaths due to the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. The Prime Minister Mark Rutte must hold a press conference on Friday to announce new measures. Experts recommend two weeks of containment the team of experts who advises the government during the pandemic (UNWTO) recommends the return of a two-week "confinement", reported the local media. The sanitary restrictions could include the cancellation of major events, the closure of cinemas and theaters and the closure of bars and restaurants from a certain time. The schools could however remain open, according to these experts. They also recommended the politically sensitive measure to restrict access to certain places to those who are vaccinated or who are reinstated coronavirus. Mark Rutte announced on November 2nd a series of measurements to counter this soaring contamination, including the return of the mask inside in public closed establishments such as stores, for contact occupations, such as hairdressers and masseurs. . Rules that have always remained in force in France. Since Saturday the obligation to present the sanitary pass had been extended to places like museums or terraces of restaurants. These measures had already mobilized against them several thousand people last weekend in The Hague. In January, the Dutch were particularly reassembled at the idea of having to justify their trips .

COVID-19: New night of violence in the Netherlands Faced with sanitary restrictions .
© Danny Kemp The Dutch police announced that they stopped nearly 20 people after another night of violence. AFP / Danny Kemp The tension does not fall back. The Dutch police announced this Sunday arrested 19 people after a second night of violent manifestations against the latest sanitary measures decided by the government.

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