President of Kazakhstan instructed to consider returning to strict quarantine :: Society :: RBC

He also instructed, in preparation for the second wave of the epidemic, to increase the number of infectious beds by one and a half times by the end of July, using all reserves, including private and departmental clinics.

“I am instructing the government to resolve the issue of providing pharmaceuticals within five days,” Tokayev added.

He also commissioned the development of a national plan to protect the life and health of Kazakhstanis and pointed out the need to ensure consumer price stability.

Over the previous day, 547 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Kazakhstan, the total number of cases exceeded 21.3 thousand. In addition, 1066 asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus infection were registered on June 28, 2020, which are not included in the general statistics. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 183 people have died, including five in the last day.

In March, the two largest cities of Kazakhstan – Nur-Sultan and Alma-Ata – were closed for quarantine, entry and exit from the cities was limited. On May 11, the state of emergency was lifted in Kazakhstan, however, the restrictions introduced within its framework were not immediately lifted. In particular, roadblocks at the entrances to Nur Sultan and Alma-Ata were removed only on the night of May 31 to June 1. In late June, the regime began to tighten again – on the weekend of June 27–28, public transport stopped working in Alma-Ata, large shops, covered markets, public catering establishments closed, etc.

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President of Kazakhstan instructed to consider returning to strict quarantine :: Society :: RBC

He also instructed, in preparation for the second wave of the epidemic, to increase the number of infectious beds by one and a half times by the end of July, using all reserves, including private and departmental clinics.

“I am instructing the government to resolve the issue of providing pharmaceuticals within five days,” Tokayev added.

He also commissioned the development of a national plan to protect the life and health of Kazakhstanis and pointed out the need to ensure consumer price stability.

Over the previous day, 547 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Kazakhstan, the total number of cases exceeded 21.3 thousand. In addition, 1066 asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus infection were registered on June 28, 2020, which are not included in the general statistics. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 183 people have died, including five in the last day.

In March, the two largest cities of Kazakhstan – Nur-Sultan and Alma-Ata – were closed for quarantine, entry and exit from the cities was limited. On May 11, the state of emergency was lifted in Kazakhstan, however, the restrictions introduced within its framework were not immediately lifted. In particular, roadblocks at the entrances to Nur Sultan and Alma-Ata were removed only on the night of May 31 to June 1. In late June, the regime began to tighten again – on the weekend of June 27–28, public transport stopped working in Alma-Ata, large shops, covered markets, public catering establishments closed, etc.

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Source: JHU,
federal and regional
anti-virus operations

Source: JHU, federal and regional anti-virus operations

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Is a second wave of coronavirus coming to Europe? – Present

European epidemiologists warn which countries should start preparing for a second wave of covid-19.

The covid-19 outbreak is far from over. The World Health Organization (WHO) points out that it is not long before the 10 million infected people are reached worldwide and there are even countries where the rate of new cases has increased again in recent weeks as restrictions are being lifted. One of the most worrying cases is Germany, but the country.

The second wave of SARS-CoV-2 has been mentioned even before most European countries have reached the peak of the outbreak internally, but no one has ever been able to predict when it would arrive, with the most consensus opinion that it should arrive after summer. But now there are those who say that this second wave may come during the summer months.

The scientific community defines the “wave” – ​​albeit informally – in comparison with the waves of the sea. If the natural waves are counted from the moment the descent of water is replaced by a sudden flood. In the case of viruses, the end of the first “wave” is counted when a peak is reached and then it moves to a situation in which the pandemic is minimally controlled. When there is a systematic increase in cases again, the second wave is mentioned.

Even with a few hundred cases appearing every day in Portugal, a second wave could be talked about, according to researchers from the National Institute of Health Ricardo Jorge. “Since the first Covid-19 case notified in Portugal, the country remains in an epidemic situation”, however, in the region of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (LVT) “the trend and the magnitude of the values ​​of the epidemic curve do not allow us exclude – or conclude unequivocally – from a second phase of growth “, the researchers told Lusa.

The researchers say that the containment measures adopted led to a reduction in the rate of transmission of the infection in the community, but did not eliminate the circulation of the virus, allowing “flattening of the epidemic curve”, which is consistent with the continuous occurrence of new cases of disease over time. Hence it is not yet possible to speak of a new wave in Lisbon, but rather the continuation of the first wave of cases. The truth is that Portugal has had more than 700 cases per day (it had up to one day with almost 1,500 new infections) and currently it has been normally above 350, but below 400, with some variations.

However, there are countries that have had the outbreak under control and are now grappling with a large increase in cases. Iran, for example, which lifted restrictions in April, returned to around 3,000 cases a day in the past month after reaching less than 1,000 a day.

Germany is also preparing for a possible second wave after an outbreak in a slaughterhouse in the town of Gütersloh, which has been in confinement since Tuesday. The company had more than 1,500 positive cases of covid-19. However, the German government says it is acting quickly to control the outbreak and this Friday the number of new cases has decreased again, as well as the rate of contagion which stands at 0.59, after having been above 1 , 01 this week. Portugal and Switzerland also have an index above 1.0. But in Germany, new cases increased by 36.7%, while in Switzerland, they were 15.1% compared to the previous week.

The difference is that Portugal has already announced new restrictive measures (mainly in the Greater Lisbon region, where a new outbreak has been reported) and these two other European countries are resisting this decision, trying to control the outbreak without resorting to general confinement.

Maurizio Cecconi, a doctor at the Humanitas University Hospital in Milan, Italy, told the Euronews: “We are ready for second wave patients. What happened at the beginning of the epidemic is that we were taken by surprise”.

In an open letter published in the British Medical Journal, British experts alerted the government of that country to the evidence that indicates that local outbreaks are increasingly likely and a second wave a real risk “.

Jozef Kesecioglu, president of the European Society for Intensive Care Medicine, believes that the second wave is not as serious as the first and says that there is a plan, both at the level of national governments, local governments and hospitals for extra beds .

INSA researchers say that the likelihood of new epidemic waves may be influenced by external factors that favor the spread of the virus, or by the occurrence of genetic changes in the virus that increase its transmission capacity in the human population. “For example, other respiratory viruses, such as the flu virus, circulate with epidemic expression in the autumn and winter months, but it is not yet known whether this will be the case for SARS-CoV-2”, they add.

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Is a second wave of coronavirus coming to Europe? – Present

European epidemiologists warn which countries should start preparing for a second wave of covid-19.

The covid-19 outbreak is far from over. The World Health Organization (WHO) points out that it is not long before the 10 million infected people are reached worldwide and there are even countries where the rate of new cases has increased again in recent weeks as restrictions are being lifted. One of the most worrying cases is Germany, but the country.

The second wave of SARS-CoV-2 has been mentioned even before most European countries have reached the peak of the outbreak internally, but no one has ever been able to predict when it would arrive, with the most consensus opinion that it should arrive after summer. But now there are those who say that this second wave may come during the summer months.

The scientific community defines the “wave” – ​​albeit informally – in comparison with the waves of the sea. If the natural waves are counted from the moment the descent of water is replaced by a sudden flood. In the case of viruses, the end of the first “wave” is counted when a peak is reached and then it moves to a situation in which the pandemic is minimally controlled. When there is a systematic increase in cases again, the second wave is mentioned.

Even with a few hundred cases appearing every day in Portugal, a second wave could be talked about, according to researchers from the National Institute of Health Ricardo Jorge. “Since the first Covid-19 case notified in Portugal, the country remains in an epidemic situation”, however, in the region of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (LVT) “the trend and the magnitude of the values ​​of the epidemic curve do not allow us exclude – or conclude unequivocally – from a second phase of growth “, the researchers told Lusa.

The researchers say that the containment measures adopted led to a reduction in the rate of transmission of the infection in the community, but did not eliminate the circulation of the virus, allowing “flattening of the epidemic curve”, which is consistent with the continuous occurrence of new cases of disease over time. Hence it is not yet possible to speak of a new wave in Lisbon, but rather the continuation of the first wave of cases. The truth is that Portugal has had more than 700 cases per day (it had up to one day with almost 1,500 new infections) and currently it has been normally above 350, but below 400, with some variations.

However, there are countries that have had the outbreak under control and are now grappling with a large increase in cases. Iran, for example, which lifted restrictions in April, returned to around 3,000 cases a day in the past month after reaching less than 1,000 a day.

Germany is also preparing for a possible second wave after an outbreak in a slaughterhouse in the town of Gütersloh, which has been in confinement since Tuesday. The company had more than 1,500 positive cases of covid-19. However, the German government says it is acting quickly to control the outbreak and this Friday the number of new cases has decreased again, as well as the rate of contagion which stands at 0.59, after having been above 1 , 01 this week. Portugal and Switzerland also have an index above 1.0. But in Germany, new cases increased by 36.7%, while in Switzerland, they were 15.1% compared to the previous week.

The difference is that Portugal has already announced new restrictive measures (mainly in the Greater Lisbon region, where a new outbreak has been reported) and these two other European countries are resisting this decision, trying to control the outbreak without resorting to general confinement.

Maurizio Cecconi, a doctor at the Humanitas University Hospital in Milan, Italy, told the Euronews: “We are ready for second wave patients. What happened at the beginning of the epidemic is that we were taken by surprise”.

In an open letter published in the British Medical Journal, British experts alerted the government of that country to the evidence that indicates that local outbreaks are increasingly likely and a second wave a real risk “.

Jozef Kesecioglu, president of the European Society for Intensive Care Medicine, believes that the second wave is not as serious as the first and says that there is a plan, both at the level of national governments, local governments and hospitals for extra beds .

INSA researchers say that the likelihood of new epidemic waves may be influenced by external factors that favor the spread of the virus, or by the occurrence of genetic changes in the virus that increase its transmission capacity in the human population. “For example, other respiratory viruses, such as the flu virus, circulate with epidemic expression in the autumn and winter months, but it is not yet known whether this will be the case for SARS-CoV-2”, they add.

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Is a second wave of coronavirus coming to Europe? – Present

European epidemiologists warn which countries should start preparing for a second wave of covid-19.

The covid-19 outbreak is far from over. The World Health Organization (WHO) points out that it is not long before the 10 million infected people are reached worldwide and there are even countries where the rate of new cases has increased again in recent weeks as restrictions are being lifted. One of the most worrying cases is Germany, but the country.

The second wave of SARS-CoV-2 has been mentioned even before most European countries have reached the peak of the outbreak internally, but no one has ever been able to predict when it would arrive, with the most consensus opinion that it should arrive after summer. But now there are those who say that this second wave may come during the summer months.

The scientific community defines the “wave” – ​​albeit informally – in comparison with the waves of the sea. If the natural waves are counted from the moment the descent of water is replaced by a sudden flood. In the case of viruses, the end of the first “wave” is counted when a peak is reached and then it moves to a situation in which the pandemic is minimally controlled. When there is a systematic increase in cases again, the second wave is mentioned.

Even with a few hundred cases appearing every day in Portugal, a second wave could be talked about, according to researchers from the National Institute of Health Ricardo Jorge. “Since the first Covid-19 case notified in Portugal, the country remains in an epidemic situation”, however, in the region of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (LVT) “the trend and the magnitude of the values ​​of the epidemic curve do not allow us exclude – or conclude unequivocally – from a second phase of growth “, the researchers told Lusa.

The researchers say that the containment measures adopted led to a reduction in the rate of transmission of the infection in the community, but did not eliminate the circulation of the virus, allowing “flattening of the epidemic curve”, which is consistent with the continuous occurrence of new cases of disease over time. Hence it is not yet possible to speak of a new wave in Lisbon, but rather the continuation of the first wave of cases. The truth is that Portugal has had more than 700 cases per day (it had up to one day with almost 1,500 new infections) and currently it has been normally above 350, but below 400, with some variations.

However, there are countries that have had the outbreak under control and are now grappling with a large increase in cases. Iran, for example, which lifted restrictions in April, returned to around 3,000 cases a day in the past month after reaching less than 1,000 a day.

Germany is also preparing for a possible second wave after an outbreak in a slaughterhouse in the town of Gütersloh, which has been in confinement since Tuesday. The company had more than 1,500 positive cases of covid-19. However, the German government says it is acting quickly to control the outbreak and this Friday the number of new cases has decreased again, as well as the rate of contagion which stands at 0.59, after having been above 1 , 01 this week. Portugal and Switzerland also have an index above 1.0. But in Germany, new cases increased by 36.7%, while in Switzerland, they were 15.1% compared to the previous week.

The difference is that Portugal has already announced new restrictive measures (mainly in the Greater Lisbon region, where a new outbreak has been reported) and these two other European countries are resisting this decision, trying to control the outbreak without resorting to general confinement.

Maurizio Cecconi, a doctor at the Humanitas University Hospital in Milan, Italy, told the Euronews: “We are ready for second wave patients. What happened at the beginning of the epidemic is that we were taken by surprise”.

In an open letter published in the British Medical Journal, British experts alerted the government of that country to the evidence that indicates that local outbreaks are increasingly likely and a second wave a real risk “.

Jozef Kesecioglu, president of the European Society for Intensive Care Medicine, believes that the second wave is not as serious as the first and says that there is a plan, both at the level of national governments, local governments and hospitals for extra beds .

INSA researchers say that the likelihood of new epidemic waves may be influenced by external factors that favor the spread of the virus, or by the occurrence of genetic changes in the virus that increase its transmission capacity in the human population. “For example, other respiratory viruses, such as the flu virus, circulate with epidemic expression in the autumn and winter months, but it is not yet known whether this will be the case for SARS-CoV-2”, they add.

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A former police officer injured in shelling a car in Ingushetia :: Society :: RBC

Photo: 06.mvd / Instagram

As a result of the shelling of a car in Ingushetia, a policeman was injured, according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the region on the VKontakte social network.

The incident occurred in the village of Surkhahi, Nazran district, on June 27 around midnight. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, unknown persons opened fire from automatic weapons on the car. As previously reported on June 28, as a result, two people were injured, they were hospitalized.

The regional police said that among the victims – the driver of the car, as well as a police sergeant who was in the cabin, who was not on duty. As the agency clarifies, a policeman has been on sick leave since May.

A suspect in shelling a car was detained in North Ossetia

The injured were hospitalized in Nazran. The car was delivered to the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Looking for the shooters. The Siren plan was introduced in the republic.

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A former police officer injured in shelling a car in Ingushetia :: Society :: RBC

Photo: 06.mvd / Instagram

As a result of the shelling of a car in Ingushetia, a policeman was injured, according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the region on the VKontakte social network.

The incident occurred in the village of Surkhahi, Nazran district, on June 27 around midnight. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, unknown persons opened fire from automatic weapons at the car. As previously reported on June 28, as a result, two people were injured, they were hospitalized.

The regional police said that among the victims – the driver of the car, as well as a police sergeant who was in the cabin, who was not on duty. As the agency clarifies, a policeman has been on sick leave since May.

A suspect in shelling a car was detained in North Ossetia

The injured were hospitalized in Nazran. The car was delivered to the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Looking for the shooters. The Siren plan was introduced in the republic.

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The death of sick children of the Covid-19 are very rare, according to a study

The disease is essentially benign in children. The deaths Covid-19 are extremely rare, and only occur in less than 1 % of cases, confirms a study in european international.

82 health facilities that participated in this first european study with children and adolescents (aged from 3 days to less than 18 years of age), published in the journal The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

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Led by experts from Great Britain, Austria and Spain, the study shows that out of the nearly 600 children under the age of 18 years, infected by the new coronavirus, only a quarter had pre-existing medical conditions.

Four deaths on 600 patients

This contrast, while the proportion of adults with co-morbidities (diseases) is generally much higher in the studies, are the authors. On the 582 patients studied, a positive virologic test (RT-PCR), only four have died, all older than 10 years, two of which were suffering from medical problems pre-existing.

A low proportion but significant has developed a serious illness requiring treatment in the intensive care unit (8 %, or 48/582 case) ; but the study based on the hospital would not have included the mild cases, who did not need help or a doctor.

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In contrast, more than 90 children, or 16 %, had no symptoms. The true case-fatality rate in children is likely to be much lower than that observed in the study, notes the journal.

Reassuring results

“Children in whom viruses were detected in the airways at the same time that the SARS-CoV-2 were more likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit. This could have important implications for the next winter season, when the infections by the common cold and the flu will be most common “ note one of the main authors, Dr. Begoña Santiago Garcia of the university hospital Gregorio Marañón in Madrid.

For his part, Marc Tebruegge of Great Ormond Street’s Institute of Child Health, University College London judge the results reassuring. “The case fatality rate in our cohort (child, editor’s note) was very low ; it should still be much lower, given that many children with mild disease would not have been brought to the attention of a physician and were therefore not included in this study “says this co-author. “Overall, the vast majority of children and young people suffer only a mild illness “, he insists.

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Sick at home, what is spiritual accompaniment ?

Today, between 70 and 80% of patients attending a hospital do not remain more than 36 hours on the site. By 2022, 70 % of the surgery will be done in an outpatient setting. This finding, Catherine de Préville, delegate of the archbishop of Paris, to the pastoral care of health, and Bishop Philippe Marsset, auxiliary bishop of Paris, have shared the end of may in a letter to the parish priests of paris, inviting them to bring down the wall between the ward and the hospital “

“We are thinking about it already for a few years, says Catherine de Préville. The Church should adapt to this transformation in the functioning of the hospital, wondering how to accompany the patient depending on the place where it is. But also how to support family caregivers. “

The chaplaincy teams moving in the dioceses rural

In some dioceses rural, as in Tours (Indre-et-Loire), of the chaplaincy teams in mobile were put in place. Started in the area of Chinon, for a year and a half ago, the initiative now extends to one of the Towers. These teams tourangelles chaplaincy mobile are composed of people from the chaplaincy, hospital or gospel Service of the sick. They intervene at the request of the Service of home nursing care, mobile teams of palliative care, or even through the mouth-to-ear.

In Paris, the “the grand field of thought, which had already been started, it is even more necessary after the period of Covid the “put a light on the difficulty of the patient at home and the way in which he could be accompanied or not during the confinement , stresses Catherine de Préville. Parishes are therefore encouraged to seize this “new field of evangelization that opens them.

“This service already exists in some parishes “

For this, the letter of the ministry of health, paris calls for vigilance for “join the sick people in their homes and to stimulate the parishioners to join them , but also to enter into relationship with the world of local health care and to identify caregivers and families. To do this, suggests the letter, it is necessary to “build bridges, where appropriate, with the Conference of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, the holders of communion, the members of the chaplaincy-hospital district “.

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The end of life will develop at home and in long-term care facilities, also prevents the Pastoral care of health, which invites us to be attentive to his guidance. Finally, these persons confined to home are also finding their place in the liturgy in the parish, by sending visible bearers of communion and the sacrament of the sick.

“This service already exists in some parishes, elsewhere it is to wake up, or to develop “says Catherine de Préville. For this, training courses will be proposed from January 2021 to “the people who feel called to this service and have a heart to unite a team she continued.

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Coronavirus, in the decline in infections and deaths: the Lazio exceeds the Lombardy region for the index Rt

Are five Regions to increase zero: Marche, Campania, Valle D’aosta, Calabria and Basilicata. The outbreaks are around 238.011a number down compared to Thursday, when they were 238.159 – for a recalculation of the Region of Sicily which has taken in 397 cases.

Rose to 181.907 the healed and the discharged, with an increase compared to 1.363 in a day. On Thursday, the increase had amounted to 1.089. Amounts to € 21.543 the sick, 1.558 in less than Thursday, when the decline of the currently positive was 824. After the increase of Thursday, come down admissions in the icu: are 161 patients hospitalized in the departments of resuscitationseven in less than 24 hours ago.

The region of Lazio: “Rt above 1 caused by cluster closed” – The value of Rt over 1 “is linked to the outbreaks have already closed, the situation is under control”. The precise the councillor of Health of the Region Lazio, Alessio D’amato, noting that “the recognition of the ministry indicates how the Lazio has the best tracking system at the national level with 100% of the cases with regular epidemiological investigation and research of close contacts”.

In Lombardy the percentage between the pads effectual and new positive is 1.5%. The deaths reached a total of 16.534 from the beginning of the pandemic. On Thursday, there were 216 new cases (1.9% report tampons-positive) and 36 deaths. Stationary hospitalization in the icu (60), while decrease of patients not in the icu (-136, 1.537 in total).

Critical low, but in some areas there is a slight increase – The joint monitoring of the Iss and the ministry of Health finds that the criticality is low, with a slight increase of the virus circulation in some areas of the Country. The report analyses data for the period 8-14 June, following the third phase of the reopening on the 3rd of June. According to experts, many of the cases notified this week are likely to have the contract l`infection two to three weeks before, that is, in the context of the second phase of opening (between 18 may and 1 June). Some of the cases identified by screening, however, could relate to previous periods.

The who: “The virus is still lethal, record cases per day” – The pandemic coronavirus is accelerating: Thursday, were reported 150,000 new cases, the highest number in one day so far.” And’ so says the Who, stressing that “the world is in a new and dangerous phase. Many people are understandably tired of staying in the house. Countries are understandably eager to re-open their societies and their economies. But the virus is still spreading, is still deadly, and most of the people are likely”.

Outbreak Covid in Rsa alexandrina, 13 positive A new outbreak of the coronavirus scare the Piedmont. Are thirteen of the outbreaks registered in the Rsa of the Madonna del Pozzo in San Salvatore Monferrato, approximately 4,300 inhabitants in the province of Alessandria. It is eleven guests and two health care professionals of the private structure that refers to the Opera Diocesan Assistance (Oda). To bring the virus inside of the house of rest, a structure dipped in the green next to the sanctuary on the outskirts of the village, may be was a guest back in mid-may to the hospital, where he had been hospitalized for a bowel obstruction. The swab was negative, but after a few days the appearance of the fever he had convinced the doctor to a new patient is in the hospital. It takes the request of the new pads, from which emerge the positivity.

More than a million cases in Brazil Brazil has over one million people infected by Covid-19, according to data provided by the secretariats of health of the state. The number of infected has reached the threshold of 1.009.699.

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