Because corona virus Daily deaths in Europe are rising
The World Health Organization said that the number of deaths due to infection with the Coronavirus in Europe increased by nearly 40 percent this week compared to last week, and the organization’s spokeswoman, Dr. Margaret Harris said that France, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Russia accounted for most of the countries in which the cases increased by a third and expressed concern as the intensive care units in hospitals began to fill with urgent cases.
Russia recorded 320 daily deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 26,589.
Italy is witnessing a sharp rise again, with 221 deaths in the past twenty-four hours. In Austria, the total number of deaths exceeded a thousand on Tuesday.
The authorities in Italy said that the examination process had slowed down and some activities would be halted, which led to protests in some cities and towns on Monday against a set of restrictions announced by the authorities, and a protest was directed against the new restrictions in Turin by police firing tear gas at protesters on Monday evening. There were also reports of clashes in Milan. People have responded to the closure of restaurants, bars, gyms and cinemas since 6 pm last Friday with anger.
In Belgium, doctors were asked to continue working even if they were infected with the virus, because the health sector was under great pressure, as Belgium recorded an 88 percent increase in hospital admissions, and officials warned that half of the beds in the intensive care departments were filled. Ten hospitals have asked health workers with the virus without symptoms to continue working.
In France, the Health Defense Council will discuss imposing more stringent measures, which may include generalizing the curfew measures imposed in Paris and several other cities to additional regions. Interior Minister Gerard Darmanan has warned people that difficult measures will be taken in the coming days.
Slovakia will start screening all of its residents over the weekend to try to avoid imposing more aggressive measures. Prime Minister Igor Matovic hopes to discover tens of thousands of cases, which will be imposed on the owners and members of their families health isolation for a period of 10 days. "We had two options, either a complete closure or a comprehensive examination," he said.
In the Czech Republic, a night curfew was imposed at midnight on Tuesday for a week. No person is allowed to leave his home between the hours of nine in the evening and five in the morning except for travel to and from the place of work, or for health reasons or any other emergency situations. The muzzle is mandatory in all crowded places.
And researchers at Imperial College London say that the immunity acquired by those who become infected may not last more than a few months. They add that the number of those remaining in their bodies decreased by a quarter between June and September.