US News: COVID-19. A sanitary cord around Southern Africa

Coronavirus: Nearly 35,000 people demonstrate in Brussels to denounce sanitary measures

 Coronavirus: Nearly 35,000 people demonstrate in Brussels to denounce sanitary measures health-coronavirus-belgium-events: coronavirus: nearly 35,000 people demonstrate in Brussels to denounce sanitary measures © Reuters / Johanna Geron Coronavirus: near 35,000 people demonstrate in Brussels to denounce the Sanitary Measures Brussels (Reuters) - nearly 35,000 people came down on Sunday in the streets of Brussels in Belgium to protest against the restrictions imposed by the Government to stem a soaring contamination by the coronavirus, according to a statement of the police.

À l’aéroport international de Johannesburg, une passagère cherchait dimanche à quitter le pays alors que les vols étaient annulés les uns après les autres. © Sumaya Hisham, Reuters at Johannesburg International Airport, a passenger sought Sunday to leave the country while the flights were canceled one after the other.

In a few days, South Africa and neighboring countries found themselves at the ban on the planet, "guilty" for giving the alert on the new variant spotted on their territories.

less than one week . It has elapsed less than a week since the announcement, Wednesday, 24 November 2021, by the South African authorities, of the discovery of a new variant "worrying" , on their territory and that of their neighbors. A franchise immediately "rewarded" by a series closure of borders , on the nose of their nationals.

Coronavirus: Facing the new Variant, the European Commission plans to block flights with southern Africa

 Coronavirus: Facing the new Variant, the European Commission plans to block flights with southern Africa Health-Coronavirus-EU-Variant: Coronavirus: Faced with the new Variant, the European Commission plans to block flights with the flight South Africa © Reuters / Siphiwe Sibeko Coronavirus: Facing the new Variant, the European Commission plans to block flights with southern Africa Brussels (Reuters) - The European Commission will propose to activate a procedure urgently to block aerial bonds with the southern region of Africa because of the concerns about Variant B.1.1,529 of the coronavirus SARS

What to do much more for a long time reflecting the next country that discovers a variant, before announcing it ... aware of the risk, the Secretary-General of the UN Antonio Guterres has congratulated, on Monday, November 29, South Africa for Have acted quickly to identify the emergence of this new VVID-19 variant ".

Repeated tests for all

travelers The African people can not be held responsible for immunctually low levels of vaccines available in Africa and should not be penalized for identifying and sharing critical scientific and sanitary information with the world added Antonio Guterres, reminiscent that the low vaccination rate favors the emergence of variants. Only 23.8% of South Africans are completely vaccinated, more than elsewhere in Africa but far behind the rest of the world. And South Africa has more than 2.9 million cases and nearly 89,800 dead.

The South African Government had lamented, from Saturday, November 27, the closures of many borders to its citizens, closures that have continued to multiply since, saying to feel punished for detecting the new variant. The Malawi denounced travel restrictions of Afrophobia .

aware of the danger of such a precedent for the next detection of Variant, Antonio Guterres called all States to consider repeated tests for travelers as well as other appropriate and really effective measures to reduce the risk of transmission, while allowing trips.

for fear of being imprisoned for a falsified sanitary pass, a German kills his family before getting suicide .
© Copyright 2021, Obs a father killed his wife and three children before committing suicide because He feared to be imprisoned after falsifying an anti-Covid sanitary pass, according to the content of a goodbye letter revealed on Tuesday, December 7 by the German justice.

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