Actualités du coronavirus – habitent: L'Inde sera retirée de la liste de voyage «rouge» du Royaume-Uni

Actualités du coronavirus - habitent: L'Inde sera retirée de la liste de voyage «rouge» du Royaume-Uni
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<p>FILE. People stand in a queue as they wait for a Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at the North Bengal Medical college and hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri on 26 juillet, 2021. &lp;/p><p>FILE. People stand in a queue as they wait for a Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at the North Bengal Medical college and hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri on 26 juillet, 2021. &lp;/p>

FILE. People stand in a queue as they wait for a Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at the North Bengal Medical college and hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri on 26 juillet, 2021.

In a major relief to the diaspora, Indians will soon be able to travel to the Royaume-Uni, as per the latest travel update released by Bretagne. The UK government has moved Inde from its ‘red’ to ‘amber’ list, to be applicable from next week.

pendant ce temps, in a new study published in Lancet, researchers found that Covid-19 in children “rarely” causes any long-lasting symptoms. As per the study, seul 4.4 per cent of children who tested positive for coronavirus experienced symptoms after 28 journées.

le World Health Organisation has said that children do not need to be vaccinated to attend school. WHO emphasised that it was more important for adults around children to be fully vaccinated.

The health agency has also called for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine boosters until at least the end of September. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the move will ensure vaccination for at least 10 per cent of the population in every country.

Global coronavirus infections has now surpassed 200 million, as per the Centre for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

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WHO calls for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine boosters until September

The World Health Organisation has called for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine boosters until at least the end of September.

Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the move will ensure vaccination for at least 10 per cent of the population in every country.

Mr Tedros said: “I understand the concern of all governments to protect their people from the Delta variant. But we cannot accept countries that have already used most of the global supply of vaccines using even more of it.”

Reuters reported that the high-income countries administered around 50 doses for every 100 people in May. And as per WHO, that number has since doubled.

And low-income countries have only been able to administer 1.5 doses for every 100 gens, due to lack of supply.

Mr Tedros said: “We need an urgent reversal from the majority of vaccines going to high-income countries to the majority going to low-income countries.”

Maroosha Muzaffar5 août 2021 06:54
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No need for kids to be vaccinated to attend school: WHO

The World Health Organisation has said that children do not need to be vaccinated to attend school.

WHO emphasised that it was more important for adults around children to be fully vaccinated.

Dr Katherine O’ Brien, a member of the WHO Covid-expert committee said: “There is no requirement for teenagers or kids to have to be vaccinated in order to attend school.”

Elle a ajouté: “That should not be a barrier for them to attend school. It’s about the protection of the adults around them, who are the ones who really have more risk of disease.”

pendant ce temps, in India, earlier last month, Director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi had also said that the country “should consider reopening schools in a “staggered way.”

Schools in India have been shut since March 2020 when lockdowns were first imposed across the country.

Maroosha Muzaffar5 août 2021 06:53
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Covid-19 in childrenrarelycauses long-lasting symptoms, Lancet study reveals

In a new study published in Lancet, researchers found that Covid-19 in children “rarely” causes any long-lasting symptoms.

As per the study published in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health journal, seul 4.4 per cent of children who tested positive for coronavirus experienced symptoms after 28 journées.

The study revealed that most children who develop a symptomatic Covid-19 infection “recover in six days” and the number who experience symptoms after four weeks is low.

The study, carried out by researchers in the United Kingdom, collected data through a mobile application from more than 250,000 children in the country aged between five to 17 années.

The study revealed that the most common symptoms experienced by the children were headache (62.2 pour cent) and fatigue (55 pour cent). “The average duration of illness for the children who tested positive for Covid-19 was six days," Ça disait. And most children recovered within four weeks.

Maroosha Muzaffar5 août 2021 06:40
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India removed from UK’s ‘red’ travel list

In a major relief to the diaspora, Indians will soon be able to travel to the UK, as per the latest travel update released by Britain.

The UK government has moved India from ‘red’ to the ‘amber’ list from next week.

As per the fresh travel advisory issued by the UK government, fully vaccinated Indians flying to the UK will no longer need the mandatory 10-day hotel quarantine.

Those travelling from India will need to take a Covid test within three days before their flight and book in advance for two Covid tests to be taken on arrival in England as well as complete a passenger locator form on arrival, les rapports ont dit.

Indian nationals can now quarantine at a location of their choice for 10 days after arriving in the UK.

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Good morning and welcome to The Independent’s live blog on the coronavirus pandemic for Thursday 5 août 2021.

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