Vladimir Putin decrees a week off to stem the outbreak of the epidemic in Russia

The Russian president has several times decreed periods of paid leave to curb the epidemic rather than confine the population, an unpopular measure that risks slowing down the fragile economic recovery. Article written by Posted on 10/20/2021 2:44 PM Update on 10/20/2021 3:55 PM Reading time : 1 min. Vladimir Putin ordered, Wednesday, October 20, … Read more

Moscow announces new restrictions amid rising epidemic

On Tuesday, Russia recorded a new record with 1,015 deaths from Covid-19 in 24 hours, bringing the government toll to more than 225,000 deaths. ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO / AP The city of Moscow announced on Tuesday, October 19, health restrictions, the first since the summer, in the face of the increase in contamination by the coronavirus … Read more

why it is increasingly difficult to model the evolution of the epidemic

A technician points to a screen showing a positive result in a PCR test in a laboratory in Blanc-Mesnil (Seine-Saint-Denis), near Paris, France, September 22, 2020. GONZALO FUENTES / REUTERS The latest results came out on October 8 from the computers of the teams of modellers, which are supplying the public authorities on the future … Read more

Michael Keaton to star in a series about an epidemic in the middle of a pandemic – Celebs.Cool

After landing in Argentina at the end of August, Star+ launched exclusive series dropper. But, little by little, it begins to show new local fictions, such as Alternative Therapy, and announce another from outside as Dopesick, a drama starring Michael Keaton that will be released on November 12. Inspired by the book of the journalist … Read more

Overloaded maritime traffic, climate change, epidemic outbreaks… Shortages are well on the way to last

Container ships wait to unload their cargo at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles on September 20, 2021, near Los Angeles, California. MARIO TAMA / GETTY IMAGES VIA AFP The world economy has turned into the unpredictable. In Europe and the United States, consumption, helped by support plans, resumes over the course of … Read more

The 15 departments where the numbers of the Covid-19 epidemic are no longer falling

SCIENCE – While the mask will fall on Monday, October 4 from the faces of students in schools in 47 departments, the government wishes to extend the possibility of using the health pass until the summer of 2022. Two decisions which could seem contradictory, but which recall that the Covid-19 epidemic is unfortunately not entirely … Read more

with more than 100 dead in one month, a brutal epidemic in New Caledonia

Preparation of doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in Noumea (New Caledonia), September 7, 2021. THEO ROUBY / AFP For more than eighteen months, New Caledonia has been able to boast of being one of the rare lands on the planet spared by the Covid-19 pandemic. This prerogative collapsed on September 6, with the detection of … Read more

the epidemic continues to spread in New Caledonia

1:54 p.m .: The US economy threatened by the Delta variant Economists are clearly less optimistic than in May on US growth this year, believing that the Delta variant constitutes a serious risk for the world’s largest economy, according to the latest survey by the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). 1:02 p.m .: At … Read more

Lurking in survivors, the Ebola virus may wake up and cause a new epidemic

The first cases of Ebola were discovered at the Nzérékoré hospital at the end of January. Guinea launched a vaccination campaign against the disease on February 23, after a new epidemic struck the country. CAROL VALADE / AFP At the end of January 2021, the specter of Ebola resurfaced in southern Guinea. This formidable virus, … Read more

Public Health France warns of a possible “larger epidemic” this winter

The bronchiolitis epidemic was particularly weak this winter, due to the important respect for barrier gestures. But Santé Publique France fears that the lack of immune training in children will lead to a larger epidemic this year. An epidemic of bronchiolitis, “of greater magnitude than that observed each year is possible next year,” writes Public … Read more