Differences in how different countries are dealing with Back to school under Covid-19

Back to school-COVID-19 Abroad: Between Fears, Drastic Measures and Return to Normal

The Differences between countries going back to school under the coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic The start of the school year took place in France on Tuesday 1st September, with a specific protocol intended to guarantee the health security of children, in the complex context of the current coronavirus epidemic. In Europe and in the rest of the […]

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Anti§Masks demonstrations planned in France

Anti-Masks Organize Their “Act 1” Saturday in France

Several demonstrations by anti-mask activists are taking place tomorrow in France. A test for this movement which has been gaining momentum for a month but still remains very marginal. The anti-masks want to make it their “act 1”. Saturday, they meet in several cities of France to mark their opposition to the wearing of the mask, while […]

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In Germany, a return to school under the threat of the second wave of the coronavirus

Coronavirus: In Germany, a Return to School under the Threat of the Second Wave

EPIDEMIC: Germans are the first Europeans to return to class, fearing a second wave of the coronavirus covid-19 virus August has barely stretched its first rays of sunshine and titillated our desire for beaches when the Germans are already starting to start the school year (no longer complaining about living in France): the 150,000 students of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are […]

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The coronavirus Covid-19 reproduction rate in France is rising

Covid-19 Reproduction Rate Climbs to More than 1.3 in France: Warning to Young People – More Deaths in the United States and Brazil

New reports, new measures and highlights: an update on the latest developments in the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic in France and the world this Thursday. The Coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic killed 15 new people in 24 hours in hospitals in France, the Directorate General of Health (DGS) announced on Wednesday, which warns of an increase in positive […]

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As the country managed to bring down the number of new daily infections of Coronavirus, Germany has now seen it rise to 557

Coronavirus: Faced with an Upsurge in Cases, Germany Advises Against Travelling to Spain

CONTAGION: As the country managed to bring down the number of new daily infections of Coronavirus, Germany has now seen it rise to 557 Germany is also facing a rebound in new Coronavirus Covid-19 infections. The authorities are worried this Tuesday, recalling the health measures to be respected and advising against certain trips, especially to Spain. “The latest developments in […]

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The United Kingdom is considering establishing a quarantine for travellers from Germany and France

United Kingdom: A Quarantine Soon Imposed on French and German Travellers?

While health authorities are worried about the lively circulation of Covid-19 on the continent, the United Kingdom is reflecting on the conditions of access to its territory. After Spain , will France and Germany also have to submit to quarantine measures to access the United Kingdom? This question is currently being studied by the British government with regard to the active circulation of Covid-19 on […]

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China reports new Covid-19 case in Wuhan, first in a month

China Reports New Covid-19 Case in Wuhan, First in a Month

The Chinese authorities announced this Sunday 10th May 2020, the appearance of a new case of contamination with the coronavirus in Wuhan, city deconfined just a month ago. Almost five months after its appearance in China at the end of 2019, the pandemic that has led to the confinement of more than half of humanity and brought the global […]

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Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Salah (d) wrestling with Bournemouth defender Jack Simpson during the Premier League match at Anfield on March 7, 2020.

Coronavirus: Premier League Plans to Restart on 8th June 2020

English Premier League Football and other sports have had discussions with the British government over when they can resume. The English Premier League plans to resume the season on the 8th June 2020, behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, in hopes of ending it on July 27, the Times said on Saturday. According to the British newspaper, the authorities of […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Minister of Health Matt Hancock, on a video capture of the British Parliament, in London on March 25, 2020.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Boris Johnson Placed in Intensive Care, Situation Worsens in the Rest of the World

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was placed, contaminated by the coronavirus for ten days, was placed in intensive care. To date, he is said to be “seriously ill”. The health of Boris Johnson, a patient of the Coronavirus Covid-19, has brutally deteriorated: the British Prime Minister is in intensive care this Tuesday, April 7, 2020, while the United States already has more […]

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Over 4000 deaths in Spain from the Coronavirus

Coronavirus: More than 4,000 Deaths in Spain, the Situation is Getting Worse in Europe

Spain, Italy, France, Germany, United Kingdom … Two thirds of the deaths in the world linked to the coronavirus come from Europe, where the situation is dramatic. The health situation remains dramatic in Europe, where the 4,000 death mark was crossed on Thursday in Spain and where London hospitals are facing a “tsunami” of patients, but the WHO still […]

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