People took to the streets in many countries against the lockdown
LONDON (Reuters) – People took to the streets in several countries on Saturday to protest against a lockdown to prevent corona infections. People in all major German cities protested against the rules. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Nineteen people have been arrested in the British capital, London, for deliberately violating physical distance rules.
Worldwide, more than 4.6 million people are infected, and more than 3.10 million have died.
One thousand people were allowed for two hours to protest against the Corona policy in Munich. They also had to maintain a physical distance of 1.5 meters during the protests. The protest against the lockdown rules was such that all the protesters had arrived an hour earlier. People in Stuttgart, Hesse and North Westphalia also protested against the ban.
In Frankfurt and Hamburg, the situation became awkward when people took to the streets in support of the ban and chanted slogans against the protesters. In Hamburg, people were holding banners in support of the ban, which read, “Opposing the ban could endanger your health.”
In Germany, where 7,938 people have died, the total number of infected patients has risen to 175,752.
Another 96 people were killed in France
At least 96 people have been killed in France in the past 24 hours. The number was 104 the day before. Corona has so far killed 27,625 people in France. There have also been 372 new cases of infection. That day the number was 563. The total number of infected patients has risen to 1,42,291.
Canada approves clinical trial of corona vaccine
Canada has approved a clinical trial of the corona vaccine. Prime Minister Justice Trudeau said that if the trial is successful, we will produce it locally. He said that research and development of vaccine not only takes time but it should be done well. At the moment, this news is encouraging to the countrymen.
9,709 new cases of infection in Russia
9,709 new infections have been reported in Russia. The number was 92.00 the day before. The total number of infected patients in the country rose to 2,81,752. In the last 24 hours, 94 people have been killed. The death toll from the corona in the country has risen to 2,631.
Five cases of domestic infections in South Korea
Thirteen new infections have been reported in South Korea. The five cases of domestic infections reported are related to bars and nightclubs. The government has kept its promise to reopen offices, public facilities and sports centers even after receiving cases of infection at the local level. However, the nightclubs and bars that were open a few days ago will be closed for the time being. Decisions to reopen schools have been postponed for a week.
Johnson’s support in Britain fell
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted in an article in the Observer newspaper on Sunday that people were disappointed with some of the rules for exemption from lockdown. According to a poll conducted by the newspaper, 42 per cent people are not satisfied with the government’s approach to dealing with the epidemic. This is a decrease of nine per cent over the previous week. 39 per cent people support the government’s policies.
Mall and department stores have opened in Thailand. There have been three new cases in the last 24 hours.
The West Bank will be closed to all traffic during the Eid holidays.
-Corona died for the second time in Nepal on Sunday. There are 292 corona infected patients.
Doctors in Bangladesh say two large-scale drugs have been tested on corona patients, with surprising results.