October 21, 2021

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Despite the infection, the level of CO2 in the air was never high

Update Situation – New Activities, New Reports and Highlights: An update on the latest developments in the Govt-19 epidemic worldwide.

China is blocking the World Health Organization (WHO) investigations to the extent of refusing to release its statistics or its scientific data. Despite this, U.S. researchers say a “Laboratory accidentIn the fall of 2019 at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

  • Covit-19, can escape from a laboratory

A Report Regarding the origin of the US government’s COVID-19, he concluded that the hypothesis that the virus had escaped from a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan was credible and worthy of further investigation. The Wall Street Journal.

The study was commissioned by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California in May 2020 and was conducted by the State Department during the final months of the Trump administration.

  • New record for CO2 concentration in air, despite infection

Despite the corona virus infection, the level of CO2 in the atmosphere in May reached record levels since it began being measured by a laboratory in Hawaii 63 years ago, scientists sound the bell on Monday. Alarm.

  • WHO wants to share 50% of vaccines with Kovacs

The World Health Organization on Monday asked manufacturers of the Covit-19 vaccine to make half of their dose production available to the international Kovac device this year.

See also – COVID-19: WHO Labs Ask to Share 50% of Their Vaccines with Kovacs

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  • The Czech Republic reopens its borders to Europeans on June 21

The Czech government announced on Monday that it would like to reopen borders to EU nationals and Serbs on June 21 as the country gradually recovers from the corona virus outbreak.

  • Haiti: Postponement of the June 27 constitutional vote

The Haitian election administration announced Monday evening that it was postponing a scheduled constitutional referendum scheduled for June 27 due to a health crisis caused by a corona virus infection.

  • India: Free vaccination for all

India has decided to provide the Govt-19 vaccine free of cost to everyone from the age of 18, while New Delhi and Bombay have begun to raise control measures, while the recent deadly wave in the country’s major cities has abated.

Until now, only 45 or more people have been vaccinated by the federal government.

See also – Govt-19: Epidemic is causing a major food crisis in India

  • Bruce Springsteen returns to Broadway June 26, vaccinated

American singer Bruce Springsteen announced on Monday that he would resume his show. “Springsteen on BroadwayThis summer marks the first star to perform in New York City in public and indoors since June 26th. Only vaccinated visitors will be allowed to attend the event.

  • A “Disaster “For work

The International Labor Organization (ILO) says the epidemic has had a “bigger impact on employment than the financial crisis of 2008 – four times worse” than its executive director Guy Ryder put it. “Disaster.

  • Spain reopens its borders to vaccinated tourists
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In the hope of reviving a key sector of its economy devastated by the epidemic, Spain has reopened its borders to all vaccinated people around the world for at least 14 days.

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  • Football: All Spanish players tested negative after basketball infection

All players on the Spanish football team tested negative on Monday, after their captain Sergio Basquets tested positive the previous day, the Spanish Federation (RFEF) announced.

  • More than 3.7 million people died

The epidemic has killed more than 3.7 million people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to an estimate established by AFP from official sources on Monday.

After the United States (597,938 deaths), the countries with the highest number of deaths were Brazil (474,414), India (349,186), Mexico (228,804) and Peru (186,511).

These figures are generally underestimated based on the daily reports of national health officials. They exclude upward corrections made by one of the following by some statistical systems. Taking into account the high mortality directly and indirectly associated with Covit-19, the WHO estimates that the outcome of the epidemic may be two to three times higher than officially recorded.