Europe’s most noticeable terrible hit nation Spain loosening up certain measures, while their lockdowns proceed.
Barcelona: (Web Desk) Sanctions imposed to prevent Coronavirus from spreading to Spain Permission has been given to return to work. According to details, there is still the risk of spreading the Coronavirus in Spain. Its bipartisan government has decided to open up parts of the economy, officials have forced companies to provide security to employees while ensuring that their employees maintain a two-meter social distance to work.
Spanish PM Words Regarding Lockdown
It should be noted that Spain is one of the few countries where the Coronavirus was most affected. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said that
The effects of the Coronavirus not only on public health but also on the economy and social life. There are measures that must be taken to prevent this outbreak. It is also imperative to prevent the economy from collapsing because it has severely affected employment in the country.
He added that success was far from over. We are all desperate to get out into the streets again. But at the same time, we want this war to be won and to prevent a recurrence of the plague.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the Coronavirus outbreak is spreading rapidly in his country.“We are seeing that the situation is changing on a daily basis, and it is not getting better,” the Russian president said while addressing an official meeting on state-sponsored channel Russia24. He added that the number of sick people is increasing and so are those who are becoming seriously ill due to the illness. Many quotes will be decided in the coming weeks.
According to a foreign news agency, the captain of the US Navy, USS Theodore Roosevelt, had entered the ICU, where he could not move and died.
Remember that the ship was suspended by the US Navy for revealing the worst outbreak of Coronavirus in the crew. Coronavirus has been confirmed in more than 500 crews on US ships. On the other hand, Dr. Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease specialist in the United States, says the Coronavirus if it is hurried to start business and normal life. There will be a serious risk of further outbreaks.
Remember that US President Donald Trump says that I am considering restoring normal life in the country from May 1st.
Anthony Fauci, speaking to CNN broadcaster, said that ending the April 30 ban on restoring business in the United States could have dire consequences. We hoped that at some point next month, business activities could be restored in the country, but the situation would be different in different parts of the country. According to Anthony Fouchi, opening business activities will depend on the number of new cases of the Coronavirus. Despite the safety measures, more people will be infected with the virus.
It should be remembered that in the US, 22,000 deaths have been reported from the Coronavirus so far while 56,000 certified cases have been reported. Meanwhile, in the UK in the last 24 hours, there have been more than 717 deaths from the Coronavirus, 11,329 have been confirmed while 4,434 more have been confirmed, followed by 88,621.
Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has said that Libyan people do not already have basic facilities and if these conditions spread the corona pandemic, severe catastrophe would be devastated.
A statement from the World Red Cross Committee says it has a strong concern about Libya over the Corona virus. There are already dire conditions and the country cannot cope with the outbreak. It will need support and resources to cope with this emerging challenge.
Additionally, 23 people have been arrested in Egypt for allegedly stopping the burial of a female doctor transmitted by the Corona virus. The Prosecutor’s chief prosecutor says the attempt to disrupt the burial is “terrorism“. All the suspects were detained, which has been extended by 15 days so that ongoing investigations against them can be completed during this period.
According to authorities, the 64-year-old woman was undergoing treatment at a hospital in Ismailia city, on the banks of the canal, where she died Friday.The woman’s body was being shifted to her husband’s hometown for burial, after dozens of villagers blocked the road leading to the village cemetery to stop her burial.
Villagers believed that the burial of the deceased could spread the corona virus in their village, officials said. Villagers also broke glasses with stones at an ambulance carrying the deceased.Police later opened the street with tear gas shelling on the protesters and detained 23 protestors.
Authorities say medical staff is facing inappropriate citizen behavior due to misconceptions about Corona.