COVID-19: This Saturday, Pass jump and opponents walk
This Saturday is the deadline fixed by the government for the recall of anti-Covid vaccine of nearly 16 million major, but also the day of new events Opponents to the Sanitary Pass © Mourad Allili / SIPA Some pass could be prolonged through coronavirus infection.
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest evolutions of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in the world. © Reuters / Stephane MAHE
The situation in France
Weapon criticized from the government against the Omicron Variant, the vaccinal pass replaces Monday the Sanitary Pass and becomes mandatory for people over the age of 16 wishing to go to the restaurant or take the train . Most of the provisions of the bill - definitively adopted on 16 January by Parliament at the end of heated debates - have been validated on Friday by the Constitutional Council, with the exception of the presidential campaign, the possibility of requiring a Pass sanitary during political meetings. From on Monday, a negative test is no longer sufficient, except to access institutions and health services: it is necessary to justify for more than 16 years of a vaccination status against CVIV-19 in order to access the activities of Leisure, restaurants and bars (except collective catering), fairs or interregional public transport (planes, trains, cars).
PASS Vaccinal: The Constitutional Council will be seized, affirm France's France and the Socialist Party
The two left parties announced Sunday having brought together 60 deputies each to be able to seize the Constitutional Council on the application of the law establishing the pass vaccinal.
France is currently the country of Europe, excluding micro-states, with the highest incidence (3,733 cases for 100,000 inhabitants over the last seven days, according to an AFP count. Now a negative test is no longer sufficient, except for Accessing the hospitals: it is necessary to justify for more than 16 years of a vaccination status against CVIV-19.
The Constitutional Council has validated on Friday, most of the provisions of the bill, adopted on 16 January by Parliament after debates Full presidential campaign - the possibility of requiring a health pass at policies. At the same time, the Court of Justice of the Republic has finalized nearly 20,000 complaints "Types" against several members of the Government To denounce the health pass and the promotion of VVID-19 vaccination, Monday announced the Attorney General to the Court of Cassation.
Covid-19: What were the effects of the health pass on health and the economy in France?
The Economic Analysis Council has published a report which assesses the impact of the introduction of health pass in France. FranceInfo listed three effects of this measure. © Provided by USAinformations The health consequences but also significant economic. The Economic Analysis Council has assessed in a report (PDF) released Tuesday, January 18, the impact of the introduction of health pass on the evolution of the epidemic Covid-19 as well as on the economy French.
- End of the "acute phase of the pandemic" in 2022 (WHO) -
it is possible from Mettr E End to the acute phase of the pandemic This year, says the Director General of WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, although CIVID-19 causes death every 12 seconds in the world.
"We can put an end to the acute phase of the pandemic this year - we can end COVID-19 as a global health emergency," the highest alert level of WHO, A-T- he says.
Video: Vaccinal Pass: French senators adopt a modified version of the bill (Dailymotion)
However, "it is dangerous to assume that (the very contagious variant) Omicron will be the last variant or to speak of end of the party "because the conditions are" ideal "currently in the world so that other emerging variants, including more communicable and more virulent variants.
- OJ: 72 COVID cases Among the participants -
some 72 participants have been the subject of a positive coronavirus screening test since their arrival in China, according to the organizers of the Olympic Games that begin in a dozen days. To limit the risk of contamination, athletes and other participants in the winter games must remain inside a health bubble.
COVID-19: Hospitalizations up, Reflux Repair
Critical care services, which host the most serious cases, account 3,842 CVIV-19 patients © SYSPEO / SIPA Preparation of a dose of Covid vaccine -19 at the vaccination center at the Maritime Station, on the Esplanade de la Pantiero, in Cannes.
The city of Xi'an, in northern China, has also been unfamiliar on Monday after a month of isolation. It was the longest containment imposed in China since the quarantine of the Wuhan metropolis, epicenter of the pandemic, from January to April 2020.
- England: End of mandatory screening for travelers vaccinated -
the British government Announced on Monday that it would lift the obligation to screen CVIV-19 for fully vaccinated travelers arriving in England. "What we do for trips is to show that this country is open to business, open to travelers," said Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The measure will take effect on February 11th. So far, vaccinated travelers need to book a CVIV-19 antigenic or PCR test after their arrival while those who are not fully vaccinated must do a test before they leave, two tests after their arrival and must Isolate 10 days.
The balance sheet in the world
The Pandemic of Covid-19 has made at least 5,593,747 dead in the world since the end of December 2019, according to a balance sheet established Monday by AFP from official sources.
in absolute terms, the countries that have recorded the most deaths since January 2020 are the United States with 866,540 deaths for 70,700,678 cases, Brazil (623,097 deaths, 24,044,255 cases), India (489,848 deaths, 39.543.328 cases), and Russia (326.112 death, 11,173,300 cases).
COVID-19: Denmark to the lifting of restrictions Despite recording cases .
If the measure is adopted, the Nordic country would become the first in the European Union to skip the pace despite the wave of Omicron variant © Francis Joseph Dean / Dean Picture People in front of a screening center in Copenhagen in Denmark.