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As governments of various countries are stepping up vaccinations, some European and American governments have promoted the relaxation of restrictive measures. However, due to the spread of the newly mutated virus in India, many Asian countries are facing new difficulties due to the rising epidemic situation.

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Epidemics in Europe and the United States slowed down, starting a large-scale unblocking tide

Recently, the peak period of newly confirmed cases in the United States has improved significantly in a single day, and the number of daily infections has dropped to about 20,000.

As the US epidemic improves, the US government is facing pressure from public opinion to supply vaccines to other countries.

Previously, US President Biden stated that in addition to the previously promised 60 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, the US government will export approximately 20 million doses of the new crown vaccine in the next six weeks-this is the first time the United States has promised to supply vaccines that have already been put into use in the United States.

EU promotes “New Crown Pass” to open borders

A few days ago, it was reported that EU countries agreed to reopen borders to some countries and regions deemed safe. According to two informed officials, ambassadors from 27 EU member states agreed to allow vaccinated travelers to enter without quarantine. European Union.

In addition, Didier Reindale, the European Commissioner for Legal Affairs, announced that the EU will begin to implement the “New Crown Pass” on July 1 to facilitate the free movement of citizens of EU member states within the EU.

Britain further relaxes anti-epidemic restrictions

The British government has further lifted the blockade restrictions in England. Many business premises have resumed business. Barber shops, shops, and gyms have all reopened. Restaurants and bars can only open outdoor spaces. Libraries, gymnasiums and most outdoor facilities and attractions have reopened.

After the reopening of many business premises, a huge consumption wave was triggered.

Last week, according to the unblocking “road map”, the UK further relaxed its epidemic prevention and control measures.

France’s new wave of bans to slow down the epidemic

Disneyland Paris in France announced that it will reopen on June 17. However, the relevant authorities called on the public to remain vigilant and warned that if the mutant virus spreads, restrictions may be re-implemented.

The French government has launched a new wave of ban measures to slow the epidemic. Starting from the 19th, except for the curfew time from 19:00 to 21:00, outdoor terraces of restaurants, bars, museums, cinemas, shops, etc. will be reopened, but the number of people still needs to be restricted.

Germany plans to open further in mid-June

Germany began to vaccinate the new crown vaccine on December 26, 2020. After more than half a year in a semi-blocked state, people saw the light at the end of the tunnel.

The German government plans to open hotels, restaurants, and holiday apartments around the country from mid-June, and formulate unified sanitation and epidemic prevention rules. It is expected that the final decision will be made at the joint meeting of German governors on June 10.

Epidemic heats up in many Asian countries

Contrary to Europe and the United States, with the exception of mainland China, confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia have exploded in most parts of Asia, and hospitals and health systems in many countries are overwhelmed.

In the past two weeks, the total number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Asia has surpassed that of the Americas, Europe and Africa combined.

India’s epidemic remains severe

Since the beginning of April, the second wave of COVID-19 outbreak in India has aroused global attention. In the past few days, the number of newly confirmed cases in India in a single day is still at a high level of more than 250,000, and the epidemic situation is still very severe.

Judging from the official data released by India, the second wave of the epidemic in India has the following characteristics:

One is a rapid concentrated outbreak.

The second is the rapid deterioration.

The third is the rapid spread.

Fourth, the spillover effect of the epidemic is obvious

Indonesia may become the next India

According to the latest data, there are currently 4000-5000 people in Indonesia who are diagnosed with the new crown virus every day.

India has Dahu Festival and Indonesia has Eid al-Fitr. In Indonesia, Eid al-Fitr is a big day, which is as important as the Chinese New Year.

In addition to crowds, the similarities between Indonesia and India are the imperfections of the medical system. The severe shortage of vaccines has led to very slow vaccination progress. So far, less than 8% of people in Indonesia have received the new crown vaccine.

Some media have begun to predict that Indonesia may become the next India.

Thailand extends state of emergency until end of July

Thailand started the third wave of epidemics in early April, and the situation has not improved so far. In particular, the epidemic in the capital Bangkok has become more and more intense, including cluster infections in entertainment venues, markets, residential communities, and construction sites.

The meeting of the New Crown Pneumonia Epidemic Management Center hosted by Thai Prime Minister Prayut on the 21st decided that the national emergency law will be extended for another 2 months after its expiration at the end of May until July 31 to facilitate efficient and rapid prevention and control. epidemic.

This is the 12th time that Thailand has extended the implementation period since it started implementing the State of Emergency Law in March last year.

Singapore’s high alert releases the second phase of the epidemic

According to data released by the Ministry of Health of Singapore, the local epidemic in Singapore has rebounded since May 11, and the number of confirmed cases in Singapore has exceeded overseas imports from the 15th.

The Singapore government announced that it has entered the second stage of the “high alert unblocking” of the epidemic and tightened some epidemic prevention measures, mainly including no more than 2 social gatherings per day, and no more than 2 people; staff members should work from home as much as possible; no catering establishments are allowed For dine-in, only take-out or meal delivery services are provided; wedding banquets will not be held; large-scale meetings, performances and other activities must not exceed 100 people.

Malaysia further tightens anti-epidemic measures

Recently, the number of new confirmed cases in a single day in Malaysia has remained at a high level. Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin announced in a statement that stricter epidemic prevention measures will be introduced to restrict economic and social activities in response to the country’s new crown pneumonia epidemic.

Earlier, the Malaysian government announced that it would restart the “movement control order” nationwide, restricting social, entertainment, sports, education and other activities but allowing most economic activities to run in order to curb the spread of the new crown epidemic.

Muhyiddin also stated in the statement that the current infection cases in the equine community continue to rise, and the mutant virus poses a greater threat to the equine epidemic, and it will take longer to flatten the epidemic curve.

 


Post time: May-26-2021