The latest developments in the spread of the emerging corona virus in the world

 Below are the latest developments in the outbreak of the emerging Corona virus, which has caused more than 247,000 deaths in the world.

Several countries in Europe began this week to gradually reduce measures to isolate millions of their residents, in most cases.

In Italy, where mitigation began on Monday, retailers or bars and restaurants have not been opened and remote work is being encouraged, while social spacing has been maintained in transportation as communities are banned.

In Spain, some small stores, such as hairdressing salons, opened their doors to customers with pre-dates, and in Germany schools gradually reopened in some provinces. In Belgium, companies that do not receive customers were able to resume their activities.

In France, where the isolation reduction is supposed to start on May 11, more than 300 mayors in Paris, which have densely populated areas and record many injuries, have requested, through a message to President Emmanuel Macron, that please postpone schools until May 11 in Lack of a "strict health protocol".

For his part, the Labor Minister considered it "logical and important" to think about keeping remote work in large numbers until summer and encouraged unions and employers to better organize its practice.

On Monday, the Japanese Prime Minister announced the extension of the state of emergency in the country from April 7 to May 31.

Japan, which has 126 million people, has so far registered 510 deaths associated with the emerging coronavirus.

More than 3.5 million people worldwide were infected with the emerging coronavirus (3521607), with 247,503 deaths officially counted in the world, according to a toll prepared by Agence France-Presse according to official sources as of 11:00 GMT Monday. However, the number of cases does not reflect the actual number because many countries do not carry out tests except for patients whose condition requires hospitalization.

According to the proportions of the population, the highest number of deaths is in Belgium (684 per million people), then Spain (544), Italy (478), Britain (419), France (381), the United States (204.5), and far behind these countries Germany (80).

The German health minister said Monday that a vaccine against the emerging corona virus could take "years", while US President Donald Trump expected it to be ready by the end of 2020.

The most prominent European leaders agreed to raise global funds to be organized Monday in Brussels for research on vaccine and treatment. The goal is to raise 7.5 billion euros.

The European Commission on Monday allowed France to provide 7 billion euros of support to Air France to be able to cope with the repercussions of the emerging Corona virus crisis.

The International Bureau of Exhibitions announced on Monday that the Expo 2020 Dubai, which was expected to participate in about 25 million tourists, was postponed for a year due to the epidemic. The UAE had requested this delay.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose children are attending a school in Ontario, has acknowledged that he does not know whether to send them to school as of May 11 if they attend a school in Quebec, the Canadian province most affected by the epidemic.

"It is difficult for the children, but it is very difficult for the parents," he said.


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