The latest developments in the spread of the new Corona virus in the world

What follows are the latest developments related to the spread of the new Corona virus in the world, Friday, in light of the latest numbers, new measures and notable events:

The Defense Council meets in France on Friday to take measures to contain the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic again in the country.

"The government is forced to take difficult decisions," said Francois Delphresi, head of the Supreme Council, which guides public authorities in their health choices.

The pandemic has resulted in more than 910,000 deaths since last December, according to a report prepared by Agence France-Presse, based on official sources, on Friday at 11:00 GMT.

The United States is the country most affected by deaths and injuries, with 191,802 deaths, followed by Brazil with 129,522 deaths, India with 75,271 deaths, Mexico with 69,649 deaths, and the United Kingdom with 41,608 deaths.

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe announced the cancellation of its annual meeting, which it described as the "largest" European conference on human rights, due to the epidemic. She said in a statement that "the participating countries unanimously decided that it will not be held in 2020 due to the unique, unpredictable and unprecedented circumstances associated with the Covid-19 epidemic."

Seven elderly people have died since last week in a center for the elderly in the canton of Friborg, Switzerland, where injuries are on the increase.

In addition to the seven deaths, 34 elderly people and 19 virus care staff were recorded in this center, according to the local authorities.

On the other hand, Switzerland classified nine French regions, including Ile-de-France, including Paris and Provence-Alpes-Maritimes-Cote d'Azur, a "high risk region" due to the high number of injuries in it.

People from these areas should quarantine themselves.

In England and Wales, from September 24, after a delay of several months, an application to track new infections with the Corona virus will be available.

In Israel, where partial isolation measures have been taken in some areas, it has become evident that Israeli Arabs are more vulnerable than others to infection in the second wave of the epidemic.

According to the latest data from the Israeli Ministry of Health, 30% of the patients are Israeli Arabs, who make up nearly 20% of the total population.

Mauritania announced the reopening of its air borders, effective Friday, after a six-month closure.

Those arriving at the airport must show a COVID-19 test that proves that they are not infected, provided that the equipment and bags are sterilized.

On Monday, Austria will extend "throughout the winter and possibly more" measures for wearing masks and restrictions on gatherings to curb the large rise in injuries "in recent weeks."

Finland will allow European fences to visit it during trips that do not exceed three days, hoping to revive tourism in Lapland, the government announced Friday.

And tourists who do not exceed 25 cases in their countries in the last two weeks will be allowed to spend three days on their lands.

Nationals of other European countries, such as France and Britain, where infections are much higher, can escape from quarantine if they come in groups, provided that his stay does not exceed 72 hours.

Lapland, in Finland's northernmost tip, is known for its dog-drawn promenades and arctic roofs as the "home" of Santa Claus.

 

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