China records its first death since May and faces a rise in the number of cases

China records its first death since May and faces a rise in the number of cases

Published on : 20/11/2022 – 15:49 China announced on Sunday its first death from Covid-19 since May, an 87-year-old man, in Beijing where the increase in the number of cases is gradually leading to the closure of establishments and businesses. The Ministry of Health announced on Sunday more than 24,000 new local positive cases in … Read more

GUEST RTL – Unvaccinated caregivers: “There is an ethical problem”, to reintegrate them explains François Braun

While pressure is mounting for the government regarding the possible reintegration of unvaccinated nursing staff, François Braun, Minister of Health, spoke of an “ethical problem”: “There is 1,050 nurses out of the 300,000. There is a health problem and a problem of professional ethics”, he explained this Sunday, November 20 in Le Grand Jury RTL, … Read more

The “mystery” of Icelandic excess summer mortality – Liberation

According to mortality statistics declared in mid-September on the Eurostat website, almost all the countries of the European continent had recorded, in July, excess deaths (established in relation to the monthly averages of the four years before 2020). Among the most affected countries, many countries in southern Europe, such as Spain (+36.6%), Portugal and Italy … Read more

China records its first death since May

The victim is an 87-year-old man. China announced on Sunday November 20 his first coronavirus death since May in Beijing, where the rise in the number of cases is gradually leading to the closure of establishments and businesses. In 24 hours, more than 24,000 new positive cases coronavirus, the vast majority of which are asymptomatic, … Read more

Coronavirus: 40 new cases recorded yesterday in Azerbaijan

Baku, November 19, AZERTAC Friday, November 18, 40 new Covid-19 contaminations and 42 additional recoveries were recorded in Azerbaijan, we informed the crisis unit responsible for the fight against the coronavirus with the Azerbaijani government. A person who tested positive for Covid-19 died within a day. Azerbaijan has so far confirmed 823,889 people infected with … Read more

green light for vaccination for children from the age of 6 months

The decision was taken following the advice of the Superior Health Council (CSS) and the Vaccination Task Force, it was announced on Friday during the virtual press briefing of the FPS Public Health and the National Crisis Center. videos Basic vaccination may be offered to children in good health, if the parents request it. However, … Read more

Covid-19: two stewards found guilty of having spread the Omicron variant in Hong Kong

This case caused a stir as the Omiron variant killed thousands of people in Hong Kong, which ended up with the highest per capita death rate in Asia. These were some of the first Omicron cases that authorities traced to two Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific flight attendants, Wong Yoon-loong, 46, and Nilsson Lau, 45. They … Read more

how to differentiate bronchiolitis and Covid?

For several weeks, thebronchiolitis outbreak wreaks havoc on infants. But in adults, the symptoms of this disease are similar to those of Covid. Indeed, bronchiolitis is a viral infection that affects the bronchi. In fact, the patient coughs, a cough dryness that turns into a wet cough. Also, a fever restrained with chills and body … Read more

Shijiazhuang, pilot city of “zero Covid” relaxation?

Changes in Chinese health policy announced last week have resulted in the cancellation of mass Covid-19 testing in several cities across the country. This is particularly the case in Shijiazhuang, the capital of Hebei, around Beijing, where residents have mixed feelings following the relaxation of health restrictions, after three years of living under strict “zero-Covid”. … Read more

Is Olivier Véran right to link the virulence of the bronchiolitis epidemic to the avoidance of the virus, for two years, because of the wearing of a mask?

Question by Maxzym on November 14, 2022 Could the very strong bronchiolitis epidemic be linked to the anti-Covid measures demonstrated over the past two years? On November 13 on BFM TV, Olivier Véran affirmed it, declaring: “The hospital is under tension, very strong in pediatrics, with an epidemic of bronchiolitis which was early, which is … Read more