Last week, the World Health Organization warned of coronavirus cases Is growing terribly in Europe, Infections reach new highs. Many European governments have imposed harsh local measures in response and have begun to weigh in more lockdowns in an effort to stem the second wave of the epidemic.
We know where the pandemic and new sanctions are this week:
- New lockdown in the Spanish capital: Parts of Madrid are in the process of a new lockdown that will affect approximately 850,000 people in the city over the next two weeks. At a news conference today, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said: “We are ready to look into other scenarios if necessary.”
- Implications in France: French coronavirus cases are on the rise, according to the French Health Authority website. A total of 453,763 cases have been reported in France so far, with 10,569 new cases reported in the last 24 hours as of Sunday evening. The test health positivity was at 5.7%, according to the French Health Authority Santa Public France.
- Doubling the week in the UK: Patrick Valence, chief scientific adviser, said the number of UK coronavirus cases was doubling every seven days, stressing that the measure was approximate. He said there would be 50,000 new cases per day by the end of October and more than 200 deaths per day by November.
- What Germany is doing for the fall: The German health minister aims to introduce additional measures to combat Kovid this fall. Jens Span, in an interview with the Post newspaper by Renees, described introducing these measures as “temperature ambulances”, places where people with Kovid symptoms can get Kovid tests on the spot.