Follow the events of the day directly:
9.40am Waiting in New Zealand supermarkets. Before the harsh three-day imprisonment of the entire archipelago, increased to 7 days in Auckland and the Coromandel, shops are attacked. Countdown Channel spokesman Giri Hannifin urged customers to “keep quiet.” “We remind everyone that all of our stores are open and have plenty of food and other groceries so you don’t have to buy more than you need,” she promised.
9:30 p.m. A doctor’s sentence. “RNA vaccines do not change your DNA. They send a message to your cells to stimulate the immune system, which then disappears in a matter of hours,” wrote Professor Gilbert Terre, head of the nephrology service at La Pitche-Sulfatrier Hospital.
9:20 am in Japan. The capital, Tokyo, reported 2,962 new Govt cases yesterday (5,773). Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihit Suka is scheduled to hold a press conference at 9 pm (local time, i.e. 2 pm in France).
9:10. 23 “important” places in New Zealand. Authorities have released a list of 23 sites and stores – 10 in Auckland and 13 in the Coromandel – that have been visited by the polluted person since last week (read below at 7:50 am and 8:45 am). People who visit these places are invited to the test.
9:05 p.m. Employment in the UK is improving. The National Statistics Office took stock this morning: From April to June, the unemployment rate fell to 4.7% and rose to 5.2% in the last quarter of last year. It hired 182,000 people in July, while the government maintained its partial unemployment program. At the end of June, 540,000 companies still benefited 1.9 million employees.
8:55 p.m. Covid Skate creates skate. The Figure Skating Grand Prix, scheduled for November 4-7 in China, has been canceled in Chongqing due to health problems associated with a recurrence of the epidemic. The International Federation of International Cooperation (ISU) said in a statement that “a very limited number of international flights to China and health restrictions associated with Covit-19” prevent the establishment of a “competition bubble”.
8.45am New Zealand three days, Auckland September. Since this evening, the country has been reorganized after a case was discovered in the capital, Auckland, similar to the Coromandel city, for a week, Prime Minister Jacinta Artern announced. “We need to act strong and fast,” he warned. A 58-year-old man from Devonport tested positive this morning. He had been infected since Thursday, but ignored it. Unvaccinated, he spent the weekend in the Coromandel with his fully vaccinated wife.
8:35 p.m. In South Africa. 7,983 new pollutants were identified yesterday in 24 hours. In the country, the epidemic has killed a total of 77,440. 9.55 million doses were vaccinated.
8:28. Mental Disorders of Govt. If it weren’t for the psychosis pathology triggered by Govt, experts would say “anxiety, panic attacks, some people are still scared at the idea of going out. There are depressions and we see a form of frustration, ”said Professor Antoine Belisolo in France Inter. There are also people who lived well during this period, “when they had enough comfort elements”.
8:23. A psychiatrist responds to the challenge. Anti-PAS protests are a sign of “tension” and “we can all expect strong solidarity in the midst of the suffering we live in,” said Credel Mondor, head of department at CHU Henry, the French psychiatrist Antoine Palisolo. “How to rebuild social cohesion is more of a concern in the long run than belief in vaccines,” he concludes from PS.
8:15 p.m. Crisis situation in Sydney. The state of New South Wales, including the capital Sydney, has reported 452 cases in the past 24 hours, the third-largest increase in a single day and one new death. “We expect the number of cases to increase significantly within two or three weeks,” state Prime Minister Gladys Perezkillian told reporters.
8:05 p.m. In Florida, thousands of students are in isolation. One week after the start of the school year, Hillsborough County public schools, including the city of Tampa, were hit hard by the corona virus. 5,599 students and 316 school staff are currently isolated, either for positive testing or isolated individuals, for close contact cases.
The school board is meeting tomorrow at noon to discuss the possibility of enforcing the mask, contrary to Governor Ron Desantis’ executive orders.
7:55 p.m. Govt skeptics until the end. Professor Philippe Juvin, mayor of Georges-Pompeii Hospital, and the mayor of La Karen-Columbus (LR) France testify in the report: “I am very surprised!
7:50 am First local case in New Zealand after 28 February. The person tested positive in Auckland, the largest city in the country; The origin of its contamination has not yet been determined. The committee of ministers should be held during the day to decide on the steps to be taken to “prevent further spread,” the health minister called on everyone to remain calm and responsible. Two million Auckland residents have been locked up for a short time and the last was in March.
7.40 am. In the United States, the mask war continues. The city of El Paso has filed a lawsuit against the mask ban imposed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. At midnight today, masks will be mandatory for all over the age of 2 in all public places in the city.
7:30 p.m. Japan is preparing to extend the state of emergency. Govt-19 infections are “spreading like never before across Japan,” said Yasutoshi Nishimura, the minister responsible for coordinating the management of the health crisis this morning. “The number of patients in critical condition is increasing every day,” he said in a meeting with health professionals. On Fridays and Saturdays, daily pollution exceeded 20,000 people.
7:20 am A bunch of shipwrecks require extensive contact case research. The 27 vaccinators aboard the “Carnival Vista” were tested positive last week. “Most are asymptomatic or have very mild symptoms,” the Belize Tourism Board assured the destination of the ship leaving Calveston (Texas). A contact case search was launched for nearly 3,000 passengers and 1,500 crew aboard the ship at the same time.
7:10. The people of Argentina are angry at their president. Relatives of the Covit-19 victims demonstrated in Buenos Aires yesterday against President Alberto Fernandez, whose photo, recently released, showed that he had arranged a party a year ago, with full closure, and even though burial was banned. They placed hundreds of stones with the names of those who had died from the plague in front of the royal palace president, Gaza Rosada. The virus has killed more than 109,000 people in Argentina.
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