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Paris to go back into lockdown at the weekend to curb coronavirus outbreaks

TOPICS: coronavirus, France, lockdown, outbreaks, pandemic, Paris

The incidence rate has soared in Paris to 400 cases of coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants. Hospitals in the French capital are stretched to the limit. Patients are being referred to other regions and there are more than 4,200 people in French ICUs, the highest number since November. The French government has decided on a new […]

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Brazilian congressman who proposed a law against compulsory vaccination dies of coronavirus

TOPICS: Brazil, congressman, coronavirus, denialism, vaccination

Silvio Antonio Favero died on Saturday of complications from the coronavirus. He had recently introduced a bill before the legislature to prevent the compulsory vaccination of the population against the coronavirus. He was admitted last Thursday due to complications from the coronavirus and died just two days later. Favero shared Bolsonaro’s doubts about the efficacy […]

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Nintendo increases Switch production to 30 million in response to high demand

TOPICS: coronavirus, manufacturing, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, pandemic, production, Switch

The Japanese company is asking for an increase in orders for the hybrid platform for the fiscal year ending in March 2021. Sources point out that Switch has not yet met the demand. While the coronavirus pandemic was dragging behind it an iron confinement all around the world, Nintendo seems to have taken note of […]

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U.S. adds 38,576 new cases of coronavirus to 125,768 deaths

TOPICS: Arizona, California, coronavirus, COVID-19, Florida, New York, Texas, United States

The United States added 38,576 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing its global statistics to 2,544,169 cases of the disease, which has claimed 125,768 lives in the country, according to the independent count from Johns Hopkins University. The balance at 00.00 GMT on Monday showed a slight daily decrease in positive cases, which closed […]

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Over 140 police officers injured in the UK while dispersing crowds during coronavirus de-escalation

TOPICS: beaches, coronavirus, de-escalation, illegal parties, parties, Police, United Kingdom

Outrage at the celebrations of Liverpool fans in the UK. Some 5,000 fans gathered near Anfield, their stadium, without respecting social distance or wearing masks. The team has won the Premier League for the first time in 30 years. In the UK, they have surpassed 43,000 deaths from coronavirus and are in the midst of […]

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New record of coronavirus infections in the United States, with 38,079 new cases in one day

TOPICS: Arizona, California, coronavirus, epidemic curve, Florida, IHME, infections, Texas

The cases of coronavirus in the United States are growing steadily and, far from flattening the epidemic curve, it is not stopping growing. According to data from the count being conducted independently by Johns Hopkins University, the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases has reached 2,416,727 and 122,550 deaths. Most worrisome, 38,079 infections were counted […]

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Sweden admits it was wrong in its management of the coronavirus: “The death rate is terrible”

TOPICS: Anders Tegnell, coronavirus, death rate, epidemiologist, pandemic, Sweden

Anders Tegnell, the epidemiologist who coordinates the management of the coronavirus in Sweden, has said that the death figures in his country are terrible and should have been avoided. He acknowledged that the government “was wrong” to think that the COVID-19 pandemic would not be affected in this way. “We thought that our society, segregated […]

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Brazil totals 1,185 deaths and almost 43,000 cases of coronavirus in a single day

TOPICS: Brazil, coronavirus, COVID-19, deaths, infections, pandemic

Brazil registered 1,185 deaths from the new coronavirus on the last day, bringing the total number of deaths to 53,830, while the number of confirmed cases increased by 42,725, the government reported Wednesday. The Health Ministry reported in its daily bulletin that the confirmed cases of COVID-19 now stand at 1,188,631 in the country, the […]

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Italian expert says coronavirus is weakening and will die out without vaccine

TOPICS: coronavirus, COVID-19, genetic mutation, Matteo Bassetti, social distancing, vaccine, viral load

Matteo Bassetti is the head of infectious diseases at San Martino General Hospital in Genoa. He is considered one of the greatest experts on the coronavirus, and he has good news: he believes that the virus is weakening and will become extinct before a vaccine is even obtained. As the Daily Mail reports, Bassetti says […]

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Brazil is approaching one million infected with more than a thousand deaths every day

TOPICS: Brazil, coronavirus, COVID-19, de-escalation, deaths, pandemic, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo

Brazil, the second most affected country by the coronavirus after the United States, is approaching the millionth case of COVID-19 with doubts about when the peak of the pandemic will arrive and imbued with a precipitous de-escalation that will bring football back to Rio de Janeiro this Thursday. In its latest bulletin, the Health Ministry […]

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