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The 12th day meeting of D1 between the women’s teams of Paris Saint-Germain and Dijon, originally scheduled for this Sunday, January 16 at 12:45 pm at Stade Georges Lefèvre in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, was adjourned. Found on the page, PSG announced in a press release.
The epidemic has killed at least 5,511,146 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, according to a report established by AFP from official sources at 11:00 GMT on Thursday. In all, the United States was the worst-hit country with 846,319 deaths, followed by Brazil (620,545), India (485,035) and Russia (319,172).
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more and more deaths are directly and indirectly linked to Govt-19, and the number of cases may be two to three times higher than officially recorded.
The city’s airport announced Friday that passengers from 153 countries will no longer be able to pass through Hong Kong to prevent the spread of Covit-19. The suspension will take effect for a month on Sunday for all countries classified as “high risk” health by Hong Kong authorities. The airport said on its website that it aims to “control the spread of the highly contagious omigron variant of Govit-19”.
Amid a wave of the Omigron variant, health officials announced on Thursday that Spain has given the green light to a fourth dose of anti-govt vaccine for some of the most vulnerable, such as those with immunodeficiency.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday officially recommended two new treatments against Covit-19 in very specific cases, bringing the total to five now.
According to a study published in the BMJ Medical Journal, WHO experts recommend treatment with synthetic antibodies, chotrovimap, and the commonly used drug against rheumatoid arthritis, paracetamol. Both are not just for any patient.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked Joe Biden’s decision to impose an anti – Govt vaccine on companies with more than 100 employees, a major setback for the Democratic president’s efforts.
The High Court, on the other hand, upheld the vaccination obligation for employees of health facilities benefiting from federal funding.