January 30, 2023


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Update on corona virus infections worldwide

Sydney type son control

The people of Sydney came out of almost four months of strict control on Monday, ordering Australia’s largest city, Govt-19, to prevent the outbreak.

In this city of five million people, summer imprisonment was decided to prevent the spread of the delta variant of the highly contagious corona virus.

After 106 days of restrictions, 477 cases were reported Sunday in the state of New South Wales, the most populous in the country – and more than 70% of the population over the age of 16 has been fully vaccinated, considering the drop in pollution.

Malaysia: Restrictions on vaccinated passengers relaxed

Malaysia has decided to ease restrictions on travel across its borders and abroad for people who have been fully vaccinated against Govt-19, he said on Sunday as the epidemic recession and vaccination rate continue to rise.

The country has been gripped by the worst Govt-19 waves in recent months, prompting authorities to impose stricter controls across the terrain.

The country, with a population of about 32 million, has more than 2.3 million cases and about 27,000 deaths from Govt-19.

Fear of bursting bronchitis

After being shut down due to Govt, countries in the Northern Hemisphere are preparing for a relapse this winter for bronchitis, a respiratory illness that affects children and sometimes takes them to the hospital.

The Scientific Council warns of its latest opinion that “the incidence of bronchitis may be large”, which guides the French government.

Last winter, other viruses, including RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), which causes bronchitis, were blocked by blockages and goiter gestures.

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Children are less likely to be infected than usual, so the immune system is weakened. The French Science Council notes that “significant immunodeficiency in children born after March 2020”.

Death of the father of the atomic bomb in Pakistan

Abdul Qadir Khan, the father of the atomic bomb in Pakistan and the national hero for his fans, has died at the age of 85, Pakistani officials said on Sunday, adding that Kovit-19 had been tested positive and admitted to hospital several times since August.

More than 4.84 million people have died

The epidemic has killed at least 4,843,739 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by GMT at 10am on Sunday by official sources.

More than 237.4 million cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the onset of the epidemic. Most patients recover, but the more poorly assessed area retains symptoms for weeks or months.

The United States was the worst-hit country with 712,974 deaths, followed by Brazil (600,829), India (450,589), Mexico (281,958) and Russia (216,415).

Taking into account the high mortality directly and indirectly associated with Covit-19, the WHO estimates that the number of infections may be two to three times higher.