According to Worldometers website, as of the early morning of September 13 (Vietnam time), there were more than 28.9 million people suffering from Covid-19 and 923,701 cases of death worldwide.
However, nearly 20.8 million cases worldwide have been cured.
|Sampling for Covid-19 in India. Photo: AP|
More than 10,000 cases in France
French officials said, in the past 24 hours, the country recorded 10,561 new cases. This is a new record number when the number of corona virus infections exceeded 10,000 for the first time.
According to Reuters, this latest statistic surpassed the previous record number of 9,843 cases on September 10, highlighting the disease situation worsened in France.
This increase forced the French government to outline additional measures to avoid re-applying the blockade as earlier this year. Prime Minister Jean Castex pledged to accelerate testing and tightening measures in highly infectious areas.
In its daily updated report, the French Ministry of Health announced it was investigating 772 infectious foci, an increase of 86 points within 24 hours.
Massive protests against Covid-19’s blocking measures
Thousands of people on September 12 protested across German cities to protest against the measures imposed to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
In Munich, about 8,000 people took part in the protests, the Guardian estimated by police. Most of these people ignore the government’s regulations to wear masks.
At least 1,000 people have flocked to the streets of Hanover and Wiesbaden to protest against the same reason.
Last month, protests against the measures to block Covid-19 also took place in Berlin.
The movement is joined by groups ranging from self-proclaimed liberal thinkers to anti-vaccine activists, the far-right, and conspiracy theorists.
Global epidemic developments
JBS Food Inc, the world’s largest meat processing company, received a $ 15,615 fine for failing to protect its employees from corona viruses at its Colorado facility. Six workers at this facility have died from Covid-19.
– Oxford University and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca on September 12 announced, will resume clinical trials of the Covid-19 vaccine trial after a one-week pause to investigate a participant The trial was ill, the Guardian reported.
New research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that eating in restaurants outside the home may be linked to an increase in corona virus infections, according to ABC News.
– Danish police said, additional restrictive measures will be issued after the country recorded 341 new cases of corona virus infection. This is the highest daily increase in Denmark since April 7.
– For the first time in six months, there were no new deaths in Canada because of Covid-19, Bloomberg quoted the latest news from the country’s public health agency as of September 12. Currently, most of the country’s provinces have loosened the blockade, and schools have reopened. However, the authorities remain on high alert to avoid new outbreaks.
– Cuba’s national media on September 12 said, intercity travel in the country will have to stop and the curfew in Havana will be extended until the end of the month as cases in the capital have spread to other areas. other.
Smart city capable of blocking Covid-19 steps
China is building a smart city that “prevents Covid-19”, after a global pandemic caused by the corona virus claimed the lives of nearly 1 million people.
Bluezone is an application that helps to early warn users if they accidentally come into contact with people infected with Covid-19.
To receive alerts from Bluezone, the first thing to do is to download and install this app.
Link download Bluezone on Android
Link to download Bluezone on iOS
Once installed, users need to give Bluezone app permission to access storage and Bluetooth connection to receive alerts from the app.