what to remember from Sunday

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22:37: Third night of unrest in Holland

Dutch police and local media reported further unrest in the Netherlands on Sunday night, the day after two nights of violent protests against anti-Covid measures. “The police are present in the center of Groningen[que] several small groups of people are doing vandalism, says a spokeswoman. Dutch media reported similar problems in the cities of Enschede, Leeuwarden and Tilburg.

21:20: Nearly 20,000 new cases, more than 8,000 hospitalized patients

Health authorities registered 19,749 new cases of Covid-19 this Sunday. The weekly figure has risen 82% in one week.

At the hospital, 8,038 people are currently hospitalized (+64 in 24 hours), of which 1339 (+6) are treated in intensive care units, which welcome the most severely affected patients. Finally, 15 more deaths were recorded this Sunday.

20:54: Call for general strike in Martinique from Monday

While social protests have been raging in Guadeloupe for a week, a call for a general strike in Martinique was launched from Monday.

Signed by 17 unions, the strike notice, filed on November 15, describes ten demands, including cessation of vaccination obligations and suspensions for nursing staff, but also the increase in wages and social minima, the price of fuel and gas. Among the items that appear on this list is the total support from tests for chlordeconemia, a disease associated with chlordecone, this pesticide that is widespread in banana fields between 1972 and 1993, and is suspected to be responsible for many diseases such as prostate cancer .

20:42: New restrictions in Germany

Restrictions are increasing in the states of Baden-Württemberg, Saarland, Rhineland-Palatinate or Bavaria. German officials point to the responsibility of the unvaccinated for the deterioration of sanitation. The whole point of the site for the latest news from Alsace.

19:54: Vladimir Putin announces that he has received a third dose of vaccine

Russian President Vladimir Putin has received a third dose of the anti-Covid vaccine as Russia faces a severe epidemic wave following a sluggish vaccination. The injection was “painless”, according to the Kremlin master, who was vaccinated with the two doses of Sputnik V in March and April, and who this time received a dose of Sputnik Light, a single-dose vaccine.

19:24: Clash during a demonstration against restrictions in Brussels

Clashes erupted during a demonstration against the new anti-Covid measures in Brussels, which gathered tens of thousands of people. The Belgian march started peacefully, but police then used water cannons and tear gas on a group of violent people.

Two policemen were injured in an indictment and a protester was also evacuated by ambulance. In this clash, several protesters wore balaclavas and waved Flemish nationalist flags, while others wore yellow stars reminiscent of the Nazi occupation.

18:42: 5.4 million French people received a booster dose of vaccine

Since the start of the vaccination campaign in France, 51.71 million French people have received at least one injection (ie 76.7% of the total population), and 50.64 million now have a complete vaccination plan (ie 75.1% of the population). total population). Finally, 5.4 million people received a booster dose.

16:39: Two PSG players tested positive for Covid-19

Two Paris SG players, whose identities have not been revealed, have tested positive for Covid-19, the club announced on its Twitter account before its championship match against Reims.

“They are currently isolated from the group and will follow the appropriate health protocol,” the Parisian club specified. The two cases were revealed in the context of the tests conducted before the international window and concern a foreign international and a French player developing in the selection of youngsters.

15:02: 37 arrests during the night in Guadeloupe, the raid and GIGN on the spot this Sunday

The night from Saturday to Sunday remained turbulent in Guadeloupe, which has been facing a large-scale social movement for a week, between fires and looting, which resulted in 37 arrests during the night.

“Our area was plagued by shops, especially in the town of Lamentin, where a small shopping mall was attacked with a backhoe,” the gendarmerie said.

Government spokesman Gabriel Attal on Sunday morning condemned an “unacceptable and unacceptable” situation in Guadeloupe, where the challenge to nursing staff’s vaccination obligation degenerates into blockages and violence.

According to Mr Attal, the reinforcements of police and gendarmes sent from the metropolitan area of ​​France, especially units from the GIGN and raid, were to arrive on the island on Sunday.


Dutch police said on Sunday they had arrested 19 people after another night of violent protests against the latest public health measures. I Haag sigtede flere politibetjente i optøjer grupper af demonstranter, som kastede sten og forskellige genstande mod dem i et arbejderområde og brugte en vandkanon til at slukke brændende cykler i et travlt kryds. In total, the police made “19 arrests for, among other things, insults”. Five police officers were injured the day after the violence in Rotterdam (south-west), where 51 people were arrested and three wounded by gunfire.

10:30: The sanitation card in ski resorts?

Gabriel Attal estimated that the health card will undoubtedly be requested in ski resorts, as “probably we will pass the 200 [contaminations] pr. 100,000 inhabitants in the coming days “, the threshold set for the card to be requested.

Departmental measures could be taken on a case-by-case basis to manage the introduction of this passport in ski areas, the government spokesman assured.

10:27: “This fifth wave has a flying start”

The government spokesman estimated that the fifth wave of the epidemic started “in a dazzling way” in France, this Sunday morning, at CNew’s microphone.

“We have elements that can both worry us and at the same time make us confident,” he still qualifies.

“We have an increase in cases over a week, which is almost 80%. […] But we also know that in France we have a very broad vaccination coverage. The French have been massively vaccinated. We are a little ahead of our neighbors on the vaccination booster, even if that is not enough yet. And we have the health card, which has been in place in France since last summer, while most of the countries around us have implemented it afterwards, ”he says.

10:20: The situation in Guadeloupe is “unacceptable and unacceptable”

Government spokesman Gabriel Attal told CNews this Sunday morning that the situation in Guadeloupe, where riots are taking place to protest against vaccination, is “unacceptable and unacceptable”.

“This small minority, who blocked with words, of words, the people who wanted to be vaccinated, today it is radicalized, and it is trying to block them, to intimidate them with violence. You have unacceptable situations with relatives who are threatened, who are intimidated., who see their personal vehicle broken down. You have pharmacies that are prevented from opening, especially prevented at night. You have ambulances that are prevented from passing with roadblocks, and patients who need dialysis three times a week who are barred from going after their dialysis, “Gabriel Attal lamented.

10:13: 3rd dose: “We do not have to wait any longer, there is no longer any reason to prioritize such an age category!”

Epidemiologist Vittoria Colizza speaks in Sunday Newspaper this Sunday. According to her, we must not wait any longer [pour injecter la troisième dose], there is no longer any reason to prioritize such an age category! We no longer have a supply or administration problem as at the start of the campaign. […] The reminder is the barrier measure that, coordinated with expanded vaccination coverage, will curb the epidemic. “

Regarding vaccination of children, the researcher points out that “real-life data will soon come from the United States”, where vaccination of 5-11-year-olds has already started. “If this vaccination proves to be safe and effective for children, it will help to slow down the viral circulation in the entire population,” assures Vittoria Colizza

8:31: Iraq receives over one million doses

Iraq has announced that it has received 1.2 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine as part of Covax’s international aid program, as it fears a fourth wave.

According to the latest figures from the Ministry of Health, only 17% of the estimated 40 million Iraqis have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

7:36: Iran: more than half of the population vaccinated

More than half of the Iranian population is fully vaccinated against Covid-19, the health ministry of this country announced, as the number of infections and deaths begins to decline.

Since the start of the vaccination campaign in February, more than 44.2 million people out of 83 million residents have received two doses of the vaccine, 12.2 million a single dose.

The country hardest hit by the pandemic in the Middle East, Iran has registered more than 6 million cases of infections and nearly 129,000 deaths, according to the health ministry, which largely underestimated statistics from the confession itself by several officials.

6:50: Guadeloupe, Holland, Austria … Health restrictions provoke protests and even riots

Protests against health restrictions turned into riots on Saturday night Netherlands, especially in The Hague, where several police officers were injured, the day after the violence in Rotterdam (south-west), where 51 people were arrested and three wounded by gunfire.

In The Hague, the city where the Dutch government is based, police officers in riots targeted groups of protesters who threw stones and various objects at them in a working-class neighborhood and used a water cannon to extinguish bicycles at traffic lights at a busy intersection. Five police officers were injured and at least seven people arrested.

On Austria, more than 40,000 people gathered in Vienna on Saturday, a stone’s throw from the former Hofburg Imperial Palace to condemn the “corona dictatorship” and “fascism”, two days before the new incarceration takes effect until 13 December. The demonstration in Vienna was generally quiet, except for a few cans and smoke, but under close police surveillance.

On the other side of the Atlantic, the mobilization of opponents of the health care system and the mandatory vaccination of health workers, launched by a collective of trade unions and civic organizations, are becoming violent in Guadeloupe. Despite the curfew from the authorities, pharmacies and telephone shops were targets for troublemakers. “The night was very agitated” trusted a police source who reported “live ammunition on a police vehicle” in the town of Gosier and “on mobile gendarmes” in Pointe-à-Pitre. According to the prosecution in Pointe-à-Pitre on Saturday night, 16 people were arrested and five of them were arrested, including one for “intentional violence with weapons on a person with public authority”.

6:47: More than 22,000 cases and nearly 8,000 hospitalized patients

The number of patients admitted due to Covid-19 continues to increase in France: 7,974 patients have been treated, or 34 more within the last 24 hours. In addition, there are 1,333 patients in the aftercare offer who take care of the most severely affected patients (-20). Finally, the health authorities registered 22,678 new cases.

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