“The Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, signed a new ordinance that ends the special restrictive measures planned” for Mozambique and other Southern African countries, according to a note from Italian ministry press, quoted by “Notícias ao Minuto”.The travel restrictions, imposed in November, covered, in addition to Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, eSwatini, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe, and applied to who came from or had stayed in those seven countries in the last 14 days. Roberto Speranza decided to apply the restrictions after the European Commission asked for a ban on flights from Southern Africa to try to prevent the expansion of the new variant in Europe. announced today that the incidence of infections with the new coronavirus between January 7th and 13th rose to 1,988 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, against the 1,669 registered in the same period last year. week, and intensive care unit occupancy reached 17.5 percent, up from 15.4 percent a week ago. Hospital admissions increased, on average, to 27.5 percent, up from 21.6 percent the week before. Covid-19 has caused 5,511,146 deaths worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the latest report by the France-Presse news agency. (WHO), has been detected in Southern Africa, but since the South African health authorities gave the alert in November, infections have been reported in at least 110 countries.

Tradução automática do artigo:Aceder ao artigo original

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.