Amid the eruption of the Omigron variant of the new corona virus, Israel Nearly 12,000 new Govt-19 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours this Wednesday (5), a new record since the outbreak began.
According to the Ministry of Health, 11,978 new cases have been reported, breaking the previous record of 11,344 cases on September 2, 2021.
And this Wednesday, the government Hong Kong Ban on flights from 8 countries to control the spread of Omigran: Australia, Canada, To us, France, India, Philippines, Pakistan e United Kingdom.
Chief Executive Hong Kong, Gary Lam said, “Passengers from these countries will not be allowed to land in Hong Hong, and those passing through these countries will not be able to board flights. Hong Kong“- There are no stops in the area.
The government banned events and dinners in restaurants after 6pm and ordered the closure of 15 types of businesses such as bars, nightclubs, gyms and beauty salons.
People dining at tables with plastic separators at a Hong Kong restaurant in Hong Kong on January 5, 2022 – Photo: Tyrone Xiu / Reuters
Hong Kong, Like China’s mainland, has opted for a “zero Govt” strategy that involves prolonged isolation of anyone entering the territory and severe isolation from the infected and all their contacts.
The measures recorded only 12,600 Kovit-19 and 213 deaths since the outbreak in the city of 7.5 million people. But at the same time, the financial center had to pay the price of international isolation.
In IsraelL, With a population of 9.4 million, more than 4.3 million have already received the booster dose of vaccine against Govt-19 and People with immunodeficiency can now get a fourth dose.
Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett made the announcement on Tuesday (4) The country will register “tens of thousands of new cases in the next few days,” but “the good news is that vaccines are effective.”.
“Those who wear the vaccine and the mask will definitely not have a severe form of the disease,” the prime minister said when he visited the hospital.
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