May 7, 2021

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Some parts of Europe are lowering the ban – but in other parts of the world, the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on humanity.

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Brazilian cemeteries are trying to keep them from dying. Select: AP

Brazil

Brazil has become the second country to kill 400,000 COVID-19 people following the US, while 100,000 people have been killed in one month.

Reducing public restrictions and the immunization program have contributed to the development of diseases that have forced the health system in the country.

On Thursday there were 3,001 new deaths registered and about 70,000 new cases.

Less than 6% of Brazilians received a complete vaccination from COVID-19, according to Our World in Data.

President Jair Bolsonaro is being investigated by a Senate panel for his actions on the issue.

He said he was the last to be vaccinated and attacked mayors and governors who follow anti-retroviral measures.

EU countries such as France are far behind the UK in their vaccination
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The vaccination program in France began slowly

France

France will also open restaurants and cafe restaurants from 19 May – along with museums, theaters, theaters, and concert halls at other venues. Restrictions on home transportation will be eliminated next week but the time to get home will remain.

The reduction in closure laws comes despite the fact that more people are infected and bedridden – 26,538 new cases were reported Thursday.

French health officials say they have identified the first three cases of genetic B.1.617 in India. All the sufferers went to India.

A man walking in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, New York, US, April 27, 2021. REUTERS / Andrew Kelly
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The ban is beginning to change in the US with the success of the vaccine

US

New York City wants a full reopening on July 1 after what their mayor said was a complete improvement in vaccination among more than 8 million people.

Across the U.S., Americans are being offered free alcohol, marijuana, donuts, savings, a chance to win a car – all to encourage them to get vaccinated.

Globally, 82% of people over the age of 65 and over half of all adults have been vaccinated at least once, but the number of daily immunizations has dropped from between 3.2 million in April to 2.5 million last week.

    The family appears near the empty lines during the coronavirus in Albufeira, Portugal REUTERS / Rafael Marchante / File Photo
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Portugal is about to receive visitors to its beaches

Portugal

Most of Portugal have moved to the final one since May, and the border with Spain will reopen after a three-month closure.

Portugal enacted a closure law in January as cases worsened and hospitals nearly collapsed.

Restrictions have been reduced since mid-March and schools, restaurants, bars, malls, antiques, and other non-essential services have been reopened by stricter laws to prevent a resumption.

Portugal has suffered 836,033 cases and 16,974 deaths since the plague began.

An empty shopping street appears during a government ban on the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), downtown Dublin, Ireland, January 23, 2021. REUTERS / Clodagh Kilcoyne
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Empty streets in Dublin at a time when the government is closing

Ireland

Ireland will reopen all retail outlets, private works and housing construction next month and hotels, restaurants and cafes will open at an unexpected start in early June.

An international repatriation plan must be approved by the end of May 0 and a decision on hospitality and general assembly will be made by the end of June.

Unemployment in Ireland was 24.2% at the end of March, with 403,000 people working part-time for coronavirus-related work – up from 206,000 last September.

Michael Gebhardt from the German Army has vaccinated the Sander AG vaccine in Schwarzenbach an der Saale, Germany, Wednesday, April 28, 2021. Workers will receive the Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccine built by Sander AG from Wednesday.  (Daniel Vogl / dpa via AP)
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German troops are supporting the vaccine. Select: AP

Germany

The third outbreak appears to be widespread, with more vaccines to control the waves, health officials have said.

About 1.1 million people were vaccinated on Wednesday – more than 1% of the population, and more than ever before.

But hospitals are increasing even more than the number of cases per 100,000 falls on Thursday the third day in a row to 155 – the lowest in two weeks.

There were 24,736 new cases Thursday – about 5,000 less than last week – and 264 new deaths.

The Ministry of Justice has recommended that those who have been vaccinated or cured on COVID-19 not be released.

Medical personnel wearing protective equipment (PPE) transport the bodies of people with COVID infection, outside Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, New Delhi, India
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Health workers carrying the bodies of the victims of COVID-19 near a hospital in Delhi

India

The number of coronavirus infections exceeded 18 million Thursday after another statistical day – there were 379,257 new cases and 3,645 deaths.

Gravediggers work day and night to bury the dead, and hundreds of bodies are cremated for charcoal and carport.

Women wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the disease, going to the market for shopping, in Karachi, Pakistan, Wednesday, April 28, 2021. (AP Photo / Fareed Khan)
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Pakistanis have discontinued their vaccinations in search of problems in India. Select: AP

Pakistan

The tragedy in India is causing people in neighboring Pakistan to rush to vaccinations.

In the past, many Pakistanis have avoided registering for the free COVID-19 vaccine since the government began offering it in March.

But more than 100,000 species were released on Thursday for the second consecutive day, with Minister of Planning and Development Asad Umar saying the new interest was encouraging.

Pakistan on Thursday reported 151 HIV-related deaths in 24 hours, which is one of the daily recurrences.