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Boris Johnson announced the lockdown in a media interaction. (File photo)

  • So far, over 3.33 crore people have recovered, 11.97 lakh people have died
  • More than 93.16 lakhs infected in America, more than 2.35 lakh people died

As the second wave of Corona begins, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a lockdown in the UK until December 2. Johnson made the decision after meeting with senior members of his cabinet. So far, more than 9 lakh 89 thousand people have been affected by the infection. Every day, 24-30 thousand new cases are coming out from last one week.

The number of corona infections in the world has exceeded 4.62 crores. 3 crore 39 lakh 37 thousand 845 patients have been recovered. So far, more than 11.97 lakh people have died. These figures are according to www.worldometers.info/coronavirus.

Tennis player simona corona positive

Simona Hallep, the world’s number-2 female tennis player, has been infected. She tweeted that I have been found corona positive. I have isolated myself and am recovering from mild symptoms. I feel good and we will overcome this disease soon.

Johnson & Johnson will begin testing of the Kovid-19 vaccine

On the other hand, American company Johnson & Johnson has said that it is going to start testing its Kovid-19 vaccine very soon. Initially, its doses will be given to teenagers between 12 and 18 years old. At the same time, the head of Britain’s Vaccine Task Force has said that the vaccine can come in the country till Christmas.

Johnson & Johnson said – be cautious about safety

On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) met in the US. The executives of Johnson & Johnson Company involved in this said- We are going to start testing the vaccine on teenagers of 12 to 18 years very soon. However, we are very cautious about safety.

The results will be analyzed after the vaccine testing of the teenagers. Vaccine shots will then be given to other people. The company started Phase III trials on adults, in September. Nearly 60 thousand people were given this vaccine shot. They are under review. At the same time, trials of Pfizer and German company BioNotech are also in the final stages.

Vaccine before Christmas in Britain

Speaking to ‘The Guardian’, the head of Britain’s Corona Vaccine Task Force, Kate Byngham said – We hope to have the vaccine before Christmas. It will be safe. Preparations for this are going very well and we are quite satisfied with the results so far.

However, there are some problems as well, but these will be resolved in the coming weeks. Kate did not name the company, but it is believed that Oxford University and AstraZeneca are close to developing the vaccine. Some other companies are also working on it day and night.

Continue difficult in France

In France, the government imposed a lockdown. Despite this, the infection does not seem to be decreasing here. However, the Health Ministry has expressed hope that it will be brought under control soon. The impact of lockdown and sanctions can be seen in the next few days. In France, 49,215 new cases were registered on Friday. Meanwhile, 256 infected people died. So far, a total of 36 thousand 565 people have died here. Total cases are 13 lakh 31 thousand 984.

Staff in a hospital in Paris takes the patient to shift to the ward.  A one-month lockdown has been imposed in France.  However, the infection has not subsided here at the moment.

Staff in a hospital in Paris takes the patient to shift to the ward. A one-month lockdown has been imposed in France. However, the infection has not subsided here at the moment.

The second wave in Italy

The Government of Italy has issued a statement that the second wave of infection is going on in the country and now it is starting to prove fatal. A total of 31 thousand 84 cases were reported here on Friday. Earlier, on Thursday, this number was 27 thousand. That is, 4 thousand cases increased in one day. The death toll also reached 200 directly. The condition of 1765 patients in the country is stated to be critical.

Curfew in Belgium

Despite all the protests, the Belgian government has made it clear that it is not going to bow down and strict curfew will be imposed from the national lockdown in the country from Monday. More than one guest will not be able to go to any house and it will also have to be reported to the Health Authority.

Examinations in schools have been postponed till 15 November. Work from home can only be done. Government officials and staff will be allowed to come to the office. However, his corona report should be negative.

The Belgian government has made it clear that despite all the opposition, it is not ready to bow down and a lockdown will be imposed in the country from Monday.  It has been called a curfew in media reports.  Police were deployed in most parts of the country to deal with the situation.

The Belgian government has made it clear that despite all the opposition, it is not ready to bow down and a lockdown will be imposed in the country from Monday. It has been called a curfew in media reports. Police were deployed in most parts of the country to deal with the situation.

Also lockdown in England

On the lines of Belgium and other European countries, there has also been a lockdown in England. Some people of PM Boris Johnson’s party are opposing it with opposition. But, media reports have said that Johnson has preferred the opinion of his Science Advisor. 274 new cases were found here in 24 hours.

European countries try

In European countries, patients from one country will be able to shift to hospitals in another country. This special fund transfer scheme has also been launched. European countries have made an agreement about this. Apart from France and Germany, new cases are also increasing rapidly in Spain and due to this the governments here are on alert.

Transferring patients will not be difficult in European countries as most countries are small and have open borders. By road, one can easily travel from one country to another. The head of the EU Commission von der Leyen said – the virus is growing rapidly and cooperation is necessary to deal with it. It is our endeavor to keep the health care system working as strongly as before.

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