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 in light of the latest numbers, new measures and notable events:

The Regional Director of the World Health Organization in Europe, Hans Kluge, predicted in an interview with Agence France-Presse that the autumn season will be "harsher" than the previous stage, with an increase in the number of deaths from the Covid-19 epidemic in Europe, which requires a specific response, not a complete closure.

The Health Organization in Europe is organizing a meeting of its about fifty member states on Monday and Tuesday to discuss the response to the epidemic and agree on its five-year strategy.

The Copenhagen-based UN official warned people who consider that the launch of the vaccine, which is still under development, will lead to the end of the epidemic. "We do not even know whether the vaccine will be effective for all segments of the population. Some of the indications we are receiving are that it will be effective for some, but not for others," he said.

On Sunday evening, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a strict lockdown for three weeks in the hope that a second wave of HIV infections could be contained in the country.

The closure will take effect on Friday at 11:00 GMT, and will be in effect during the Jewish New Year, Yom Kippur Day and the Festival of Parachutes until the ninth of next October, according to the authorities.

Data compiled by Agence France-Presse shows that Israel has become the second country in the world to have the highest number of injuries per capita in the last two weeks, after Bahrain.

Most schools in Italy reopened their doors on Monday, on the day of the official resumption of lessons, after a six-month closure due to the outbreak of the epidemic.

About 5.6 million students use the school route again in 13 of the 20 Italian regions, as the resumption of classes takes place between the first of September 24.

And Italy was one of the first European countries worst affected by the epidemic, which killed more than 35,500 people on its soil.

The new Corona virus has killed at least 924,968 people in the world since the WHO office in China reported the outbreak of the disease at the end of December, according to a census prepared by AFP according to official sources until 11:00 GMT on Monday.

29 million and 61,830 cases of the virus have been officially registered since the beginning of the outbreak, of which 19 million and 334 thousand people have recovered to date, at least 19 million and 334 thousand people.

The United States is the country most affected by the number of deaths and injuries, with 194,081 deaths out of 6,520,235 injuries, followed by Brazil with 131,625 deaths, India with 79,722 deaths, Mexico with 70,821 deaths, and Britain with 41,628 deaths.

Next Sunday, US President Donald Trump will hold the first election festival that will take place at home in months, but local authorities have warned that this gathering may violate the measures related to limiting the spread of Covid-19, given the permissible scale.

The rally, scheduled for Sunday in Henderson, Nevada, angered local authorities, who indicated that the event in which more than fifty people will participate is not allowed due to the spread of the new Corona virus.

On Monday, the Thai judiciary gave its green light to the plan to restructure "Thai Airways", which recorded an increase in its debt, which reached 9 billion euros with the outbreak of the epidemic.

In 2007, the airline was ranked the second best airline in the world and this year is celebrating its 60th anniversary.


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