From June 23 to 29, an average of 378 people were affected each day, 5% more than the previous week, according to the latest figures released Saturday morning by the Cianzano Public Health Institute. The positive ratio remains constant.
During the same period, 3.9 deaths per day were reported by the virus, a 31% decrease per week, according to Cianzano. An average of 47,100 trials were performed daily compared to the previous comparison period – an increase of 23% compared to the previous comparison period – which is consistent with a positive ratio (1%). According to several experts, including virologist Stephen Van Kuch, the increase in the number of cases is predictable. What is the situation in the neighboring countries? Is there an increase in the number of cases despite progress in the vaccination campaign?
In the last 24 hours, 3,006 new cases (2,683 Fridays) have been detected. The positive ratio representing the number of positive tests compared to all the tests performed has been as low as 0.8% in the last seven days.
In order to avoid renewed hospital pressure within a few weeks of being triggered by the spread of the highly contagious delta variant, health officials are counting on vaccinating among others.
According to figures released on Saturday, the pressure on hospitals in France continues to decline, with fewer patients receiving Covit-19. Hospitals had 7,912 Covid-19 patients on Saturday (compared to 8,044 on Friday and 9,024 on the previous Saturday), of which 1,102 were in critical care (1,123 the previous day and 1,349 seven days ago), according to Public Health France.
For weeks, Germany has been concerned about the rapid spread of the delta variant, fearing that a new epidemic will erupt at a time when the epidemic is often declining. The Robert-Koch Healthwatch Institute (RKI) pointed out that contaminants with delta variability represent 37% of infections by the end of June.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed concern over the number of spectators allowed to attend the semi-finals and Euro football finals in the United Kingdom, where pollution is on the rise due to delta variation.
Luxembourg media reports that the number of daily cases tripled in the last week of June compared to the previous week, from 15 cases a day to 48. Essential. The delta variance is greater in the majority. “The situation is much more comfortable than it was a year ago when no one was vaccinated. Now the vulnerable people are very vulnerable. Almost everyone has been vaccinated. We have uprisings, clusters, but we don’t. There is no need to panic too much.”, Dr. Shockmel told the media.
In the Netherlands
In the Netherlands, the number of contaminants is also increasing. As of July 3, 1,146 Govt-19 infections had been reported, according to figures released by the Dutch media outlet News Journal. That’s almost 200 more than the day before. The average number of positive tests also increased by 14% compared to the previous period.
The danger of a new wave in Europe
The World Health Organization on Thursday warned of a new wave of infections posed by delta variation in Europe, as the number of cases increases at a “dangerous rate” in Africa as it embarks on its health journey in hopes of renewing tourism.
Not out of Asia: Bangladesh has been under control since Thursday and restrictions were announced on Saturday in Indonesia in the face of a sharp rise in pollution.
The European Branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) said last week that the number of COVID-19 cases in the region had increased by 10%, as many European countries appeared to have seen the end of the tunnel and gradually raised their health measures. 53 Territories. This is “due to an increase in mixing, travel, meetings and easing of social restrictions.”
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