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23:29

Daniel Andrews, head of the regional government, pointed out this Tuesday at a press conference in Melbourne that the current average is 52.9 daily infections in this city. (Find out more here )

23:28

The Victorian government seeks to reduce the number of daily infections to an average of 30 to 50 cases in the next two weeks to choose to relax the confinement from next September 28.

23:27

The announcement coincides with the relaxation since yesterday of the confinement measures in Melbourne, with almost 5 million inhabitants and the second most populous city in Australia, to allow more time to play sports abroad, as well as delay the curfew night, among other changes, following a significant reduction in COVID-19 cases.

23:27

The Australian state of Victoria, epicenter of the second wave of the COVID-19 coronavirus due to the outbreak in the city of Melbourne, registered 42 infections today and no deaths, its first day without deaths since July 13.

23:27

Australia records its first day without coronavirus deaths in more than two months

21:59

As of this Monday, Argentina has delivered 428,953 discharges to coronavirus patients, a figure that translates into 75.86% of the infections that have been detected in the South American country.Find out more here )

21:58

The AMBA is made up of the capital and its wide urban cordon that belongs to the province of Buenos Aires, and has continued since the beginning of the pandemic as the main focus of cases, although in the last month the virus has been expanding throughout the rest of the world. country and there are 18 of 24 provinces with active community transmission, according to the authorities.

21:57

The evening report of the Ministry of Health indicated that there are 2,992 occupied intensive care beds, 59.6% of those in the country, and 68.4% of those in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Buenos Aires (AMBA).

21:57

Argentina added 9,909 positives for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus this Monday, which raised infections since the pandemic began to 565,446, while there was one of the highest death figures in 24 hours, with 315 deaths, and deaths from the disease is already 11,667.

21:57

Argentina registers 315 deaths and 9,909 coronavirus infections in 24 hours

19:58

There were also high figures in Cundinamarca (273), Santander (249), Meta (231), Boyacá (191), Risaralda (125), Bolívar (119) and Nariño (106). (Find out more here)

19:57

According to the daily bulletin of the Ministry of Health, Bogotá continues to lead in daily infections and had 1,720 today, followed by the departments of Antioquia (1,337) and Valle del Cauca (501).

19:57

To date, the country accumulates 721,892 positive cases, of which 90,319 are still active (12.5%), as well as 23,123 deaths (3.2%), while 606,925 people have recovered (84%).

19:57

Colombia continued on Monday with its COVID-19 figures downward, adding 5,573 infections and 199 deaths, of which 177 occurred in previous days, according to the Ministry of Health.

19:57

Colombia continues with downward figures by adding 5,573 infections and 199 deaths from coronavirus in one day

18:50

Brazil is one of the countries hardest hit by the health crisis, ranking second in number of deaths, only behind the United States, and third in number of confirmed cases, recently surpassed by India. (Find out more here )

18:49

Statistics from recent weeks show that the pandemic has started to slow down timidly in this country of continental dimensions and where around 212 million people live.

18:49

The number of infections due to the disease rose to 4,345,610, after reporting 15,155 new infections in the last day, according to the bulletin of the Ministry of Health.

18:48

Brazil registered 381 deaths associated with the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to 132,006 in the country, according to the latest data released by the Government.

18:48

Brazil registers 381 deaths from coronavirus in one day and the total exceeds 132,000

17:46

Ardern also specified that “the Cabinet agreed in principle that on Monday, September 21 at 11:59, the rest of New Zealand will go to alert level 1,” which translates into an extension for seven days before the return to practice. normal. (Find out more here )

17:45

“If changes are agreed (for the situation in Auckland), they will come into effect on September 23,” the president said on a day in which a single local contagion was reported.

17:45

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement that the Cabinet will review next Monday whether to relax the alert level in Auckland.

17:45

The New Zealand government announced on Monday the extension of the restriction measures imposed by COVID-19 until September 21 throughout its territory, with the exception of the city of Auckland, the epicenter of a recent outbreak of coronavirus.

17:45

New Zealand extends coronavirus restrictions to September 21

16:31

The student answered “yes”, without much concern. During the brief interrogation he admitted that he had known the result for a week. But the biggest surprise for the police officer was when the student told him that all 20 attendees had coronavirus. (Find out more here )

16:30

“Nothing like this has ever happened. On the computer I have seen your data record and it says that you tested positive for coronavirus. Is it true? ”Asked the policeman.

16:30

According to 19 News, an Oxford police officer approached the party and was told by one of the attendees that there were a total of 20 people. It was then that he was surprised to review his data after asking for his identification.

16:30

A group of students from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio (United States), were surprised at a party despite testing positive for coronavirus. Police approached the meeting around 4 p.m. last Saturday and found the youths without masks.

16:29

“Everyone at the party has coronavirus”: university students with Covid-19 celebrate in the USVIDEO

14:08

According to official figures, the total number of deaths from covid-19 so far in Spain is 29,848, 101 in the last three days.

14:08

Spain is approaching the figure of 600,000 coronavirus infections (593,730 since the start of the pandemic), after adding 27,404 new infections over the weekend, 3,023 in the last 24 hours, according to data provided this Monday by the Spanish Ministry Health, which once again focus on the situation in Madrid.

14:07

Spain adds 27,000 new cases of coronavirus and 101 deaths since Friday

14:07

The figure was calculated by comparing the number of deaths in the three months of this year with the average number of deaths between May to July 2015 and 2019. The total excess is three times higher than the official number of victims from Russia’s coronavirus of 15,955 .

14:04

Moscow says its method of classifying the deceased is more accurate than that of other countries. Some Russian health officials have explained that in many cases a patient who dies having been infected with COVID-19 does not necessarily die from the disease but from other causes, such as pre-existing conditions.

14:03

While Russia has confirmed that it is the fourth country by number of COVID-19 cases in the world, it has a relatively low death rate from the disease.

14:02

The number of above-average deaths in Russia between May and July was more than three times higher than the official death toll from coronavirus, according to recent government data, a discrepancy that some experts say raises questions about the accuracy of the numbers of Moscow.

14:02

Record of excess deaths in Russia exceeds official COVID-19 figures by more than three times

11:19

It is assumed that the investigated could infect at least 22 guests or employees of the hotel where she worked, while analyzing other people with whom she was in contact in the successive bars she visited. (Find out more HERE )

11:19

The woman is accused of physical injuries due to negligence, sources from that Prosecutor’s Office reported, after various Munich media and the rest of the country reported on the case, which occurred in the city of Garmisch Partenkirchen.

11:18

The Munich Prosecutor’s Office (southern Germany) has opened a summary against a 26-year-old American, a waitress in a hotel of the United States armed forces, for massive contagion and for having gone from bar to bar despite having symptoms of coronavirus and being quarantined.

11:18

The American who unleashed massive contagion of coronavirus in Germany by going to bars despite being in quarantine

09:31

Italy: millions of children return to school after six months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemicPHOTOS

09:28

“If changes are agreed (for the Auckland situation), they will take effect on 23 September”said the president on a day in which a single local contagion was reported.

09:28

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement that the Cabinet will review next Monday whether to relax the alert level in Auckland.

09:28

The New Zealand government announced on Monday the extension of the restriction measures imposed by COVID-19 until September 21 throughout its territory, with the exception of the city of Auckland, the epicenter of a recent outbreak of coronavirus.

09:27

New Zealand extends coronavirus restrictions to September 21

08:16

Silvio Berlusconi defeats the coronavirus and leaves the hospital: “This time I also got rid of it”

08:14

WHO Europe is bringing together the 55 member states today and tomorrow to discuss the response to the pandemic and develop a five-year strategy.

08:14

The rise in daily mortality will be the consequence of the resurgence of the epidemic in Europe, indicated the WHO. * “We are at a time when countries do not want to hear this type of bad news and I understand it” *, said Hans Kluge , who at the same time wanted to give “The positive message” that the pandemic “is going to stop at one point or another”.

08:13

“It will be harder. In October, in November, we will see a higher mortality ”Belgian doctor Hans Kluge declared in an interview, at a time when Europe is registering a large increase in infections although mortality remains stable for the moment.

08:13

The COVID-19 pandemic will be “tougher in October and November”, months during which mortality will increase, the director for Europe of the World Health Organization (WHO) told AFP on Monday.

08:13

CORONAVIRUS: WHO estimates that daily deaths from COVID-19 in Europe will increase in October and November

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