Latest on the global Covid crisis: 🇧🇷 Brazil reports record high 224,567 infections 🏴 England lifts curbs including face masks 🇮🇱 Israel broadens eligibility for fourth dose For more:
Covid -19 has infected more than 362M people and killed over 5.6M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
Thursday, January 27, 2022Brazil reports high Covid casesBrazil has reported 224,567 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, breaking the country's previous record for daily infections, according to data released by the Health Ministry.The South American country also reported 570 deaths from Covid-19. The previous record for daily cases was 204,854 on January 19.
Brazil has now registered a total of 24,535,884 cases and 624,413 deaths.England lifts Covid restrictionsMost coronavirus restrictions including mandatory face masks were lifted in England after Britain’s government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and Covid-19 hospitalisations.Read more: TRT World »
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Covid-19 news: Strain on health services led to extra non-covid deathsToday’s covid-19 news: · 4000 excess non-covid 19 deaths occurred in England during first year of pandemic · Acute phase of pandemic could end in 2022 with improved vaccination rates, says WHO · Israel recommends fourth vaccine dose for all adults The most deadly pandemic in US, Abortion 2017 =862,000 US goes crazy with covid deaths =650,000 You know who else spread fake news? Adolf Hitler “tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”
Red wine could reduce chances of COVID-19 infection, U.K. study suggestsA recent study out of the U.K. suggested consuming up to two glasses of red wine a week could lower a person’s chance of getting infected with COVID-19. Two glasses of wine improve a person’s chances on getting laid as well 🤷🏻♂️😂 I’ve got a study I pulled out of my arse that shows snorting a fat line of crank everyday will “lower the chance” of getting COVID… Why are YOU (Fox29) spreading this COVID misinformation? I thought that was supposed to be a bad thing? 🤔🤬
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Covid-19 news: Infections in England remain at ‘extremely high’ levelToday’s covid-19 news: · Infections in England remain at very high levels as cases rise in children · 98 per cent of UK adults have antibodies to virus that causes covid-19 · Two studies identify markers that may predict long covid
Brazil has now registered a total of 24,535,884 cases and 624,413 deaths., her spokesperson announced today.FILE - Freeze frame from FOX News coverage on red wine COVID-19 study.CBSLA.
(Reuters Archive) Thursday, January 27, 2022 Brazil reports high Covid cases Brazil has reported 224,567 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, breaking the country's previous record for daily infections, according to data released by the Health Ministry. The South American country also reported 570 deaths from Covid-19. Sajid Javid, health secretary, arrives at No. The previous record for daily cases was 204,854 on January 19. 3, found that people who drank red wine, white wine and champagne were less likely to get COVID-19 while those who consumed beer, cider, and spirits in heavy amounts were more likely to become sick. Brazil has now registered a total of 24,535,884 cases and 624,413 deaths. Sajid Javid told MPs in the House of Commons that UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) data showed “that around two-thirds of positive cases are no longer infectious by the end of day five”. England lifts Covid restrictions Most coronavirus restrictions including mandatory face masks were lifted in England after Britain’s government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and Covid-19 hospitalisations.
From Thursday, face coverings are no longer required by law anywhere in England, and a legal requirement for Covid passes for entry into nightclubs and other large venues has been scrapped. The change is intended to maximise activity in the economy and education while minimising the risk of people passing on the virus, he said. "Our study suggests that subjects who usually consumed red wine and white wine and champagne above guidelines, and sometimes consumed 1–2 glasses/week fortified within the guidelines appear to have chances to reduce the risk of COVID-19. Officials said that almost 84 percent of people over 12 years old in the UK have had their second vaccine dose, and that of those eligible, 81 percent have received their booster shot. Mexico reports highest daily Covid fatalities Mexico's Health Ministry reported 532 more fatalities from Covid-19, the highest daily total since mid-October, bringing the overall official toll in the country since the pandemic began to 304,308. Previously, people with covid-19 had to self-isolate for a minimum of seven days. The ministry data also showed 48,627 new infections, bringing the overall number to 4,779,296. The "protective effect" of red wine against COVID-19 was significant regardless of the frequency of alcohol intake, the study continued. South Korea reports new daily cases South Korea has reported a record high 14,518 new daily Covid-19 cases, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said, driven by the spread of the Omicron variant. Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, said: “This is a pragmatic move which leaders will welcome if it can mean more health and care workers who are well enough can return to the frontline, providing it does not significantly add to the risk of the virus spreading.
Israel broadens eligibility for fourth dose Israel has broadened eligibility for a fourth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to include adults under 60 with underlying medical conditions, their caretakers, and others over 18 at significant risk of exposure to the coronavirus. An official statement said the Health Ministry's director-general had approved the measures. Van-Tam, whose appearances in televised covid-19 briefings have been widely praised, has been on secondment to the Department of Health from the University of Nottingham since 2017. The consumption of beer and cider increased the risk of COVID-19, regardless of the frequency and amount (within or above the guidelines) of alcohol intake, according to the study. Earlier this month, as the Omicron variant swept the country, Israel began offering a fourth dose, meaning a second booster, of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to people over 60. Source: TRTWorld and agencies . UK prime minister Boris Johnson thanked Van-Tam “for his extraordinary contribution to our country and his invaluable advice throughout the pandemic”.