Public Health England (PHE) data showed no fatalities in the UK capital on Sunday within 28 days of a positive Kovid-19 test, while 19 deaths were reported across the country.
The last daily record of zero deaths in the capital preceded the second wave of coronavirus epidemics in Britain on 14 September.
The data for Kovid-19 deaths is generally lower on Mondays due to a decrease in the number of officers over the weekend, but the latest figures would be seen as a positive sign, as the region reported more than 200 daily deaths in January. Was recording
The news was removed on Monday by England’s “stay at home” order and the Kovid-19 ban, allowing two people or groups of six people to meet outside.
The country is in full national lockdown from 4 January, after a new, more contagious version of the coronovirus was discovered in southeastern England.
Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis courts, swimming pools and golf courses have been allowed to reopen, and outdoor games have been organized with an unlimited number of people. Weddings are no longer limited to only exceptional circumstances, but only a maximum of six appearances are allowed.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged caution amid rising cases in Europe.
“I know how much people have missed the segregation and competition of organized sports, and how difficult it has been to restrict physical activities – especially to children,” Johnson said. “I know that many people would welcome increased social interaction, groups of 6 or two families can now meet outside as well.”
According to Johns Hopkins University (JHU) tally, the UK has the most Kovid-19 deaths in Europe, killing more than 126,000 people.
Monday marks the most significant easiness in England since returning to schools on 8 March, many businesses are closed, people are still encouraged to work from home, and traveling abroad is still prohibited.
The regulations are to be relaxed further in the coming weeks provided the UK immunization program continues non-stop and the infection rate does not increase.
According to the UK Department of Health, more than 30 million people across the UK have now received their first dose of a Kovid-19 vaccine and the country’s National Health Service is preparing to deliver millions in the coming weeks.
The next phase of lockdown easing is due to take place no sooner than April 12 when non-essential retail will be allowed to reopen. At the same time, restaurants and pubs will be able to serve outside people.
Germany considers new measures
Nowhere in Europe, the rate of infection is rising among the third epidemic wave.
On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested that additional measures may be needed in the country to prevent the ongoing spread of Kovid-19.
The number of coronovirus cases in Germany now stands at 2,782,273, after identifying an additional 9,872 instances, the German Agency for Disease Control and Prevention said on Monday.
The Robert Koch Institute said the nation’s death toll stood at 75,913 – including 43 new cases in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile the seven-day incidence rate is now 134.4 per 100,000 inhabitants.
In a rare interview with public broadcaster ARD on Sunday night, Merkel stood up with her apology over the proposal and then acknowledged the mistakes, canceling the Easter restrictions.
As the Kovid-19 cases extend throughout Germany, however, Merkel said that in addition to testing, further measures were being considered and could be introduced soon.
“For me, contact restrictions, restrictions to go out are very important means to stop the exponential growth of the virus. Plus twice a week and to increase testing in the industry, where I am not yet satisfied with the current enthusiasm , Where I have clearly stated that we need to legislate again, and soon, ”Merkel said.
Merkel ignores a question about whether she will send Germany into a more difficult lockdown, instead suggesting that more people are needed to work from home and more tests for those going to work the wanted.
He said: “We have to make sure that schools can only open when they can test twice a week, although twice as much.”
According to JHU data, more than 75,000 people have died in Germany since Kovid-19.
Doctors rang the alarm in Paris
In an op-ed published in the Journal du Dimanche newspaper, 41 intensive care (ICU) and emergency doctors wrote that over the next two weeks “we are almost certain of the number of ICU beds that will be needed and we already know That our capacity will be exceeded at the end of this period. “
Doctors pointed to “a sinister mismatch between needs and available resources” that they call a “disaster medical” situation.
“We will be forced to choose which patients arrive in the ICU and who do not come to save more and more lives. This triage will include all patients, Kovid and non-Kovid, especially adult patients. About access to critical care for children, ”he wrote.
The doctors in Paris wrote in their op-ed that “they have never experienced such a situation, even during the worst terrorist attacks in recent years,” referring to the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris 130 people were killed and 494 were injured.
According to data published by French Health, the ICU in the लle-de-France region (where Paris is located) had 1,429 patients as of Saturday night, which is more than 124% of the number of ICU beds. Authority, Santé Publique France.
According to JHU, the epidemic in France has killed more than 94,000 people.
The French Coronavirus strategy led by President Emanuel Macron, which is up for re-election next year, has so far opposed a third nationwide lockdown – against the advice of his Scientific Council – as it would impact the mental health economy, Macron have said.
Instead, the government has endorsed regional “reinforced health restrictions” in 19 areas, with 7 curfews being imposed in place in 7 areas. Schools remain open in these schools, non-essential stores are closed, and people’s movement is limited to a 10-kilometer (six-mile) radius, unless they are forced to travel for business or health reasons. Are.
Medical personnel have urged the French government in recent weeks to impose stronger national sanctions, in light of the more contagious B.1.1.7 coronavirus version, previously identified in the UK and now prominent in France.
At the end of a tense EU summit on Thursday night, the French president denied any failure in his decision not to enforce the lockdown in late January. “We did not explode the cases that each model predicted,” he said at a press conference. Macron said, “There will be no mapa for me. I have no regrets and will not accept failure.”
A defense council is expected to decide on a possible tightening of the measures on Wednesday.