Hygienists closed the first large school in Prague due to the covid. Eight classes are in quarantine in Opava – ČT24 – Czech Television

According to the headmaster of the Chmelnice primary school, Václav Havelka, the infection was confirmed in 44 pupils and one third of the school’s pupils are quarantined. There are also 13 teachers in the sick or quarantined. The school, which according to the annual report has a capacity for 700 pupils, will therefore switch to … Read more

Vaccination should be mandatory among professionals

We saw in 2020 how access to public and universal healthcare was denied to the most vulnerable people. The deficiencies of the system and the ageism shown in the steps followed in the first moments should now serve as a trigger to ensure that injustice does not become a reality again. The professionals who lived … Read more

From Monday, it will be more difficult for Czechs to return from Croatia, Germany or Austria without vaccination – ČT24 – Czech Television

Based on data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the Ministry of Health updates the list of countries each week according to the degree of risk of the disease. Areas with a low risk of infection in Europe will include Hungary, Poland, the Vatican and the Azores. From non-European countries, Australia, … Read more

Epic Games’ group video chat app Houseparty will close in October-Wall Street Journal

Houseparty said on Thursday that this group video chat application, which has become popular during the new crown epidemic, will be closed in October. Houseparty, formerly Life on Air Inc., said that the app acquired by Epic Games Inc., the developer of Fortnite in 2019, has been immediately removed from the app store. Users who … Read more

Covid returned to Wuhan, China tightens measures – ČT24 – Czech Television

There are now 144 areas considered to be medium or high risk in China, the most since the epidemic peaked last spring. Authorities have cut off trains to Beijing from areas where the coronavirus is spreading. In the cities of Nanjing and Yangzhou in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu, domestic flights, long-distance bus routes … Read more

Crude oil futures 3% lower, supply and demand worried | Reuters

Crude oil futures on US time fell about 3%. In addition to weak economic indicators in the United States and China, which are the largest consumers, there are concerns about oversupply due to the increase in production by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The photo was taken in January 2012 (2021 Reuters / … Read more

Minister of Health: Elimination of infectious diseases completed at the same time as COVID-19 | BeritaMU.co.id

Jakarta (BeritaMu.co.id) – Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Budi Gunadi Sadikin said that the program to eliminate the transmission of HIV, syphilis, hepatitis and malaria needs to be completed simultaneously in the midst of efforts to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. “Hopefully, while we are facing COVID-19, while we build a good system … Read more

Heavy covid leads to a reduction in IQ by seven points, shows a study – ČT24 – Czech Television

Taking into account factors such as age, gender, mother tongue and level of education, the researchers found that people with coronavirus infection had the greatest negative impact on their ability to think, think and plan compared to those who did not. “These results are consistent with reports of long covids, with brain fog, difficulty concentrating … Read more

Infection specialist warned: While storing the meat of the victim…

Infectious Diseases and from the Department of Clinical Microbiology. Dr. Bengisu Ay, victim Noting that their meat may pose a risk to human health overnight if not stored in appropriate conditions, “The fact that the newly cut meat is not kept in a serial and sterile manner under suitable conditions greatly increases the risk of … Read more

Yoshihide Suga said that it is safe to host the Olympic Games in Japan’s current situation-Wall Street Journal

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga defended his decision to host the Tokyo Olympics during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that Japan has far fewer COVID-19 cases than Western countries and is stricter in preventing infections. With critics calling the Olympics a threat to Japan and the world, Yoshihide Suga was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal … Read more