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- Breaking News: Countries report new CV-19 cases; CDC recommends Pfizer’s COVID-19 for children ages 12 to 15. Cuba, Bulgaria tighten travel restrictions.
1. How Covidy-19 is affecting the world.
Globally, more than 297.8 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death toll has risen to 5.46 million. Worldwide, more than 9.28 billion doses of vaccine have been given, according to global data.
New cities in central China have imposed new restrictions on new cholera virus infections in Henan province, and officials are taking urgent action to hold gatherings ahead of the Winter Olympics and the Lunar New Year.
Due to Omicron differences, Thailand has raised its CV-19 alert rating.
The cities of India, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata are all experiencing significant increases in COVID-19 cases – although there is no significant increase in hospitals. The number of new CVD-19 cases in India is almost four times higher than early 2022.
Panama has called on all government officials to vaccinate against COVID-19 or to have a weekly test for the virus, the health minister said yesterday.
Anthony Fawchi, a senior U.S. infectious disease specialist, warns of negligence on the Omicron COVID-19 variant, and warns that many low-risk cases can harm hospitals.
Bulgaria tightens restrictions
Cuba has tightened border control in response to growing tensions. Visitors are now required to show both a negative PCR test and a vaccine confirmation. In the past, only travelers were required to have immunization cards.
The new CVD-19 variant in France is being monitored by the WHO, but is not a concern at the moment, reports The New York Times. The variance of B.1.640.2 was first identified in October, but has not been widely disseminated.
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2. Confirmed records of CVD-19 cases reported worldwide
At a time when Omicron differences are sweeping the globe, countries around the world are recording record-certified CV-19.
The new CV-19 cases have reached a new high AustraliaWith 72,392 fresh infections, the number is still incomplete. The highest of 64,774 was set a day earlier.
France Over the past 24 hours, more than 332,000 new cases of cholera have been reported. The death toll from the virus has also risen. The number of CVD patients in hospital intensive care units (ICUs) stands at 3,695, with a total of more than 20,000 CVD patients in the hospital, the highest number since the end of May.
In ItalyThe daily record 189,109 new CVD-19 cases were reported on Wednesday. It was at a time when the country was making the CV-19 vaccine mandatory for people over 50 years of age.
Of UK Covidy-19 broadcast record reported. In the last week of 2021, one in 15 people in England was infected with the virus. Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the situation is worse than ever.
And in United StatesThe seven-day average of CVD-19 victims reached 540,000 on Tuesday – a new high for the eighth consecutive day.
3. CDC recommends Pfizer’s COVID-19 for children ages 12 to 15.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced yesterday that it has expanded its Pfizer / BioNTech COVID-19 CoVID-19 vaccine booster vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds.
The move comes after CDC, a group of foreign experts advising early on, recommends covad-19 vaccines for 12- to 15-year-olds.
The panel also stated that CDC should strengthen its recommendations for 16- and 17-year-olds. The agency has previously made the bullets available to those minors, but has stopped urging everyone to be given extra ammunition.
The CDC recommends that adolescents 12 to 17 years of age receive a booster dose 5 months after receiving the first Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine series.