As life gradually returns to normal in Europe, the scene in Brazil remains bleak, while fears prevail that the current protests in the United States will lead to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. The new Coronavirus continues to spread in Latin America unabated, especially in Brazil.
Following the brutal murder George Floyd, a 44 year-old African American, by a policeman who knelt on his neck, many demonstrations have since ensued globally in protest against the beastly act. The protests are not only confined to the United States, but have since spread to various parts of the world.
After 84 days of closure due to the new coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2) pandemic, the Colosseum Archaeological Park in Rome was reopened to the public on Monday. “We are reopening a symbol. A symbol of Rome, a symbol for Italy,” said Alfonsina Russo, director of the Colosseum’s archaeological park.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen presented an exceptional aid plan on Wednesday, valued at €750 billion, to support the European economy affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. The Commission suggested the figure to finance the recovery plan, according to European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Paolo Gentolini.
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In conjunction with the announcement of five European countries on the UN Security Council, rejecting Israel’s intention to annex lands in the West Bank, the French Foreign Minister announced a “European move” in response to the move that Israeli government intends to take.
Italians will be allowed to travel to other EU countries as from June 3, the government announced Friday night, and other Europeans will be able to enter Italy from the same day. There will also no longer be a quarantine period for people entering Italy. The announcement was made by the country’s Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte.
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Before you ship a perishable product, you have to ensure that the packaging is well-insulated. The package has to keep heat away from the product to prevent it from going bad. Here are a few shipping solutions for temperature-sensitive products:
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Italy recorded 243 new deaths from coronavirus on Friday, bringing the total death toll to 30,201. The death toll per day decreased from 274 on the previous day. The number of new infections confirmed yesterday was 1,327, a slight decrease. The total number of infected people has reached 217,185.
China reacted to the spread of Coronavirus, originating in Wuhan, through lockdown. In this way, China was able to control the spread of Coronavirus. Afterwards, other nations looked toward China as an example, and applied the same strategy against the contagious virus. As a result, the whole world is in lockdown, and the world economy has been crippled.
The Italian government and the country’s Bishops Conference today signed a protocol on the resumption of masses from May 18. However, the use of masks are still required and social distancing will continue to be observed. Bishops have been critical of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s measures, arguing that “freedom of worship “was being curtailed.
In a clear example of a return to life in the shadow of the Coronavirus, Portugal begins easing lockdown procedures on Monday, as it reopens some small shops, hairdressing salons and car parks. However, the Portuguese will have to adhere to strict social distancing rules. Protective masks are also mandatory in shops and centers of public services and transport.
Europe continues to ease the isolation measures imposed on its residents to limit the spread of the new Coronavirus pandemic. New decisions are supposed to be implemented, starting from the beginning of the week in about 15 countries, including Italy, which has been under quarantine for two months.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and heads of state and government, called for international cooperation in the search for a vaccine for the new coronavirus. As mentioned in a joint article for the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, published Saturday, this desire was expressed before the International Donors Conference next Monday.
The new Coronavirus has caused the deaths of more than 217,000 people worldwide since it appeared in December, according to Worldometers. More than 85% of these deaths have occurred in Europe and the United States. More than 3.1 million people have been infected with the new coronavirus, more than 75% of the reported cases also occur in Europe and the United States.
Italy’s Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, announced that he would relax the regulations imposed in the country seven weeks ago against the new coronavirus. The country reported 260 deaths on Sunday, the lowest number of deaths per day since mid-March. Mr. Conte said he would loosen regulations from May 4 and allow a small number of people wearing masks to visit relatives.
Currently, there is is a space race. Earlier this month NASA announced space exploration agenda. NASA plans to build a mobile habitable platform. The platform will accommodate voyages lasting up to 45 days.
It is expected the lunar base should become a springboard for the preparation of the landing on Mars. It will not only become a springboard for the study of the celestial body itself, but also for the development of technologies that ensure maximum autonomy of the base. Thus, specialists will have to create and perfect methods for obtaining water, oxygen and fuel from local resources. In addition, astronauts will have the opportunity to test advanced robotics.
The World Health Organization (WHO) called on governments not to issue so-called “immunity passports,” or “safety certificates” for the new coronavirus. The idea, based on antibody tests, has been gaining ground as countries decide how to relax behavioral restrictions and lockdowns and return to normal life.
The death toll due to COVID-19, caused by the new coronavirus, has exceeded 200,000 worldwide.So far, the total number of infected people has reached nearly 2.9 million. This is according to statistics compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Deaths from the new virus were first reported by Chinese state media on January 11.
As coronavirus continues to be on the forefront of the news, many nations and their citizens are wondering what comes next from an economic prospective. Many workers have been laid off and one of the hardest hit is the service industry. Additionally, it is highly likely the European Union will have a lasting recession, which will turn into hyperinflation by fall.
Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced that the lockdown that has been implemented from March 9 to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus will be gradually relaxed from May 4. Conte promised “a serious, scientific plan” that would include a “rethinking of modes of transport.”
The Italian city of Venice slowly crept back to life after more than a month of total confinement. Bookstores, stationery stores, children’s clothing stores and others reopened from Tuesday, but only for two days a week. The crystal clear and clean canals and the silence of the streets surprised Venetian residents.
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Infections from the new coronavirus have approached the threshold of two million globally. Chіnа has аррrоvеd clinical trіаlѕ оf twо vассіnеѕ against thе vіruѕ, but the World Hеаlth Orgаnіzаtіоn hаѕ wаrnеd against haste. More than 125,000 have died of the virus so far.
Itаlу announced 566 new deaths from COVID-19 оn Monday, rаіѕіng the total to mоrе than 20,000 deaths since the ѕtаrt оf the раndеmіс. Italy couldn’t keep up with thе trend оn Sundау, whеn іt hаd its lowest number of daily fatalities in more than three weeks. Thus, the total number оf dесеаѕеd rоѕе tо 20,465 this Mоndау.
As the Easter weekend approaches, more than 100,000 deaths have occurred in the new coronavirus epidemic worldwide. According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the number of diagnoses worldwide has increased to 1.7 million, and the total number of deaths exceeds 102,000, of which nearly 70% are from Europe.
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They were greeted as heroes. Fifty-two Cuban doctors, who who landed at the airport in Milan, were greeted with applause, and even tears, by Italians. From Milan, doctors immediately went to Cremona, and other cities in the Lombardy region, to help Italian colleagues fight the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic of coronavirus.
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Italy has recorded 712 new deaths due to coronavirus infection in one day. On Wednesday, 683 coronavirus deaths were recorded in the country. The information is courtesy of the latest figures from the Italian authorities published on Thursday. Thus, a total of 8,215 people have died in Italy as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain surpassed China’s death toll from coronavirus Wednesday, trailing only Italy. The death toll has increased by 498 over the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths in Spain to 4,145. China reported a total of 3,287 deaths as of Thursday, with Italy recording a total so far of 8,215.
The United States Department of Justice has indicted Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for “narcoterrorism.” The US Attorney General William Barr made the announcement on Thursday. The United States has also promised a bounty of up to $15 million for information leading to the arrest of Maduro, as announced by the US State Department.
China started the first clinical trial to test a vaccine against the new coronavirus, at a time when several countries are in a race to find effective treatment against the virus, the official press reported today. One hundred and eight volunteers, divided into three groups, received their first injections on Friday, according to the official English language newspaper Global Times.
US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he had spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping over the new coronavirus epidemic, stressing that he was somewhat dissatisfied with China. On the same day, after the governors of many states in the United States asked the federal government for more medical protective equipment, Trump announced that he would declare a state of emergency in New York, California, and Washington.
A sharp increase in the number of coronavirus deaths continues in Spain. On Sunday, the country’s Ministry of Health announced that 394 people with coronavirus had been confirmed dead in the last 24 hours. It is the highest number of deaths recorded in Spain in a single day.
Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli has announced that the country has 12 patients suffering from disease caused by the coronavirus. Eight of these patients are Tanzanian citizens and four are foreign nationals. Addressing the nation, President Magufuli said, “we are so busy in Tanzania as if there is no disease that kills people.”
The Chinese company EHang announced the signing of an agreement with the Spanish government for development of infrastructure in the city of Seville to provide the services of their unmanned air taxis. The service is meant to reduce traffic congestion on the ground. The City of Seville experiences traffic jams, especially during the tourist season, between the old part of the city and historic sites within the city limits.
According to the Italian authorities, Italy has so far registered 3,405 deaths from the new coronavirus. The number of deaths caused by the new coronavirus in Italy surpassed China on Thursday, where the outbreak began. In China— considering the whole country— the total number of victims is 3,245.
The United States is scheduled to test a possible coronavirus vaccine with 45 volunteers. The trial of the coronavirus vaccine on 45 healthy, young volunteers will be carried out in Seattle, Washington on Monday, as reported by news sources. This trial is funded by the US government, and volunteers will receive various doses of the vaccine without being infected. The vaccine itself does not contain part of the actual coronavirus.
Indian Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said 52 Indian students and one teacher had returned from Tehran and Shiraz, in Iran. The aircraft carrying the 53 passengers arrived at Jaisalmer Airport, in Rajasthan. All were rushed to the Army Wellness Center after a preliminary examination. Jaishankar said the Embassy officials and Iranian officials in Iran had worked very hard to get them back to India.
British Foreign Secretary Matt Hancock said that as the epidemic is getting worse, the elderly and vulnerable groups need to be “protected through self-isolation.” So far, more than 1,100 people have been diagnosed in the UK, and the death toll among infected people has risen to 21.
Europe is gradually becoming the hardest hit by the new coronavirus epidemic, and the Spanish government has declared a two-week state of emergency nationwide to limit personal movements. Many places, such as France, have also closed down shops and entertainment establishments that have nothing to do with basic living needs.
The Ukrainian government has instructed several ministries to ensure the immediate evacuation of Ukrainian citizens from Italy, which is affected by a coronavirus pandemic. This was stated in a press release issued by the government, distributed on Saturday, March 14.
After a day when the United States witnessed the number of cases of infection in the country double, Donald Trump announced that all flights from European Union countries are suspended for the next 30 days, with the exception of the United Kingdom, with effect from Friday at midnight.
On the same day that the World Health Organization officially announced the new coronavirus epidemic entered a “global pandemic”, US President Donald Trump announced a 30-day ban on all European and American travel, except the UK. In addition, he also criticized the European Union for not trying to control the epidemic as quickly as possible, saying that the case of community infection in the United States was caused by Europe.
The Italian Government has announced that it would provide €25 billion to fight the epidemic caused by the new coronavirus (Covid-19), which has already left more than 600 dead in the country. The announcement was made today by the Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte. Of the amount, approximately half will be used for emergencies, while the other half would be used for possible future needs in the country.