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Coronavirus updates on Monday 8 November

Over 2.1 million i richiami administered so far, 35.40% of the audience who can do it. The president of the Css and coordinator of the Cts, Franco Locatelli, predicts a more social Christmas than 2020 and says yes to vaccinating children between 5 and 11 years old. Meanwhile, yesterday, Sunday 7 November, in Italy there are 5,822 new infections and 26 deaths. Here is the map of the contagion in the world.

10.08 am – Russia, 39,400 new cases and 1,190 deaths in 24 hours
In Russians39,400 new cases and 1,190 deaths related to Covid have been recorded in the last 24 hours, as reported by the national coronavirus operations center. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 8,834,495 cases have been detected in the country.

9.58 am – Cartabellotta (Gimbe): More than the fourth wave, cases rise More than a fourth wave, I would speak of a rise in cases, with a modest impact in the hospital environment, especially for intensive care. Criticisms related to unvaccinated over 50s and third dose organization. Cos Nino Cartabellotta, president of the Gimbe Foundation, su Radio Cusano Campus. More than a fourth wave, I would speak of a rise in cases, with a modest impact in the hospital environment. There is no doubt that there is a significant increase in cases, it is happening all over Europe. In Italy, the impact of the increase in cases on hospitals is quantitatively lower than in the period in which there were no vaccines and also less serious because the greatest increase was in the medical area, not in intensive care – he said – Attention to a keep all precautions, such as the use of the mask, to avoid a further increase in the circulation of the virus.

9.42 am – Ricciardi (Iss): Fourth wave in progress, it depends on us if it will be a wave with use of protections, third doses and tracking
The fourth epidemic wave is already underway but we can reduce it. We can make it a wave. It is up to us to ensure that it does not become an impetuous wave like in other countries. To photograph the situation, come on SkyTg24, Walter Ricciardi, Full Professor of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, former president of the ISS and advisor to the Minister of Health for the emergency. If we continue to use protections, do the third doses and manage the testing and tracking in schools properly, it will remain a small and not overwhelming wave as it happens in other countries, explains Ricciardi.

9.23 am – The Iss-Epicenter report: One case out of 4 under 20 years of age
The rise in infections in the school age population is consolidated, already reported for the first time last week. Based on data fromlatest ISS-Epicenter report on health surveillance (updated to November 3), in fact, the incidence in the last week shows an increase in all age groups. But it reaches its highest levels in the 0-19 age group. In particular, 24% of cases were diagnosed in the population under the age of 20. From 20 October there is an increase in the incidence in the age groups 0-9 and 10-19 which is between 50 and 100 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants for the second consecutive week. This is also likely influenced by the increased screening activity within the schools where the dad is being held.

9.11 – Mantovani: The third dose must be administered. Aim for family immunity, especially in view of Christmas
The third dose should be administered, in the light of what scientific data suggests. And in any case, there are at least three good reasons: to protect myself, my loved ones and the people I come in contact with, especially if I am a healthcare professional. Cos al
Corriere della Sera

l’immunologo
Alberto Mantovani
, scientific director of Humanitas of Rozzano and emeritus professor at Humanitas University of Milan, who proposes: Let’s become vaccine ambassadors. We doctors and scientists should not only go on TV, but also in schools and neighborhoods to meet people and listen to their doubts. Herd immunity is unattainable, but we can aim for family immunity, especially in view of Christmas.

Ore 8.24 – THE POINT ON VACCINES IN ITALY: 83.5 percent of the over 12 population immunized. Over 2 million third doses
They are 90,897,991 the vaccine doses administered in Italy, 91.1% of the total of those delivered, amounting to 99,797,303 so far. what is read in the report of the extraordinary commissioner for the health emergency updated at 06.14 today, Monday 8 November. The people who received the third additional dose were 344,787, 39.03% of the population potentially subject to the additional dose, while those who received the booster dose are 1,819,261, 35.46% of the population subject to the booster dose who has completed the vaccination cycle for at least six months. The people who have had at least one dose are 46,742,826, 86.54% of the population over 12 while those who have completed the vaccination cycle are 45.134.069 (l’83,57%

of the population over 12).

8 am – France, back to class with a mask in 39 departments The increase in the incidence rate of coronavirus infection cases will force the pupils of 39 departments of the France – where the obligation had been lifted – to return to class with masks. Government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced the decision, explaining that the obligation concerns the departments where the incidence rate returned to above 50 per 100 thousand inhabitants. The 39 departments add up to the 22 in which the obligation had not been lifted.

7 am – New record of cases per 100 thousand inhabitants in Germany
The weekly incidence of confirmed Covid cases per 100 thousand inhabitants has reached 201.1 in Germany, the highest since the beginning of the pandemic. The data comes today from Robert Koch Institute: On Thursday, the recorded incidence was 154.5 cases. The previous peak was reached on 22 December 2020, at the height of the second wave, with 197.6 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants over seven days (here the map of the contagion in the world, being updated).

6.30 am – The US reopens its borders to vaccinated visitors

The United States have lifted from today the ban on entry into the country to a long list of states, including Mexico, Canada and most of Europe, allowing tourists to return to travel to the US and family members to reunite after a year and a half of distance due to the pandemic. From Monday, November 8, the US will welcome travelers vaccinated with two doses, dropping a restriction that dates back to the Trump administration.

6 am – Japan, no deaths: the first time in 15 months

Japanese health authorities reported no deaths from Covid yesterday, for the first time since August 2 last year, 15 months ago. The announcement came as the country eases restrictions for those coming from outside: starting today, those entering Japan for a short business visit you will not have to observe a ten-day quarantine, but only three. The same applies to residents returning from business trips abroad. According to data provided by the Tokyo government, 73% of the population of 126 million inhabitants completely immunized.

November 8, 2021 (change November 8, 2021 | 10:14)

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