Covid-19: Russia and United Kingdom are in big trouble

Covid-19: Russia and United Kingdom are in big trouble
Covid-19: Russia and United Kingdom are in big trouble

UK, many scientists call on government to re-impose social restrictions and further accelerate the vaccination campaign as coronavirus infection rates, already the highest in Europe, continue to increase.

The Covid-19 killed 138,000 in the United Kingdom, the heaviest toll after that of Russia.

In Russia precisely, we also find ourselves again facing a surge in the number of infections and hospitalizations. Moscow has taken new health restriction measures, and other provinces could follow.

Georgy Arbolishvili, head of the intensive care unit in a Moscow hospital: “The majority of critical care patients in serious condition are not vaccinated. It is hopeless because the severe course of the disease could have been very easily avoided if people had been vaccinated.”

In Italy, some protests continue against theobligation to show a health pass to go to work. In Trieste, protesters blocked access to the port a few hours before being evicted by the police.

Finally in Ireland, the government must authorize the reopening of nightclubs for the first time since March 2020, but other distancing measures and restrictions, such as the obligation to wear a mask, will still remain in place.

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