The latest developments in the spread of Covid-19 in the world

 In the following are the latest developments related to the spread of the Corona virus in the world in light of the latest numbers, measures and new facts on Friday:

Just a week before hosting the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China imposed closures on an area 100 km from the capital, without announcing it officially.
International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons has announced that he has contracted COVID-19 and is not going to Beijing for the Olympic Games. "Really disappointed, I won't be able to attend the Olympics as I tested positive for COVID-19," the Brazilian wrote on Twitter.
The European Union's Ombudsman criticized Commission President Ursula von der Leyen for concealing text messages she had exchanged with the CEO of Pfizer regarding the purchase of doses of the vaccine, considering that this "represents mismanagement."
Figures published by the French Ministry of Health on Friday showed that the mutant Omicron caused more than two deaths out of two with Covid-19 in hospitals.
Radical activists skeptical of vaccines are crossing the border to join protests spreading extremist beliefs, the new head of Austria's intelligence service told AFP, saying the pattern is "very frightening" at a time when a vaccine is mandatory in this country.

British police denied delaying an investigation into parties held during lockdown periods at the Government House and endangering the future of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The Philippines will reopen fully vaccinated tourists from most countries on February 10, nearly two years after closing its borders to contain the virus.
On February 7, Morocco will reopen its airspace to international passenger flights, which it had closed at the end of November to combat the rapid spread of Omicron.
Finland will begin to gradually remove some health restrictions, starting from Tuesday, in parallel with the easing of pressures on its health system, despite the spread of the mutant Omicron.
Iceland plans to lift all health restrictions by mid-March as part of a three-phase plan presented by the government on Friday.
The Corona virus has caused the death of at least 5,635,702 people in the world since it appeared in China in December 2019, according to a census conducted by Agence France-Presse based on official sources Friday.
The United States recorded the highest number of deaths from the virus (878,467), followed by Brazil (625,085), India (492,327) and Russia (328,443).
The World Health Organization estimates that the total number of deaths may be two to three times higher, taking into account the increased number of deaths directly and indirectly related to the epidemic.

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