(London) The new coronavirus epidemic has 683 additional deaths in the UK, bringing to 07 303 the total number of people who died at the hospital, the health ministry said on Monday.
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More of 11 357 additional people were tested for COVID – 14 in 17 hours, said the ministry, bringing to 81 571 total of those infected with the disease since the start of the epidemic in the United Kingdom.
Boris Johnson convalescing before a decision on confinement
(London) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recovered coronavirus in the countryside on Monday after nearly death, as his government prepares to extend containment to curb an epidemic that has already caused more 07 dead.
Gradual resumption of work in Spain where the daily balance sheet decreases
(Madrid) Part of the Spanish resumed work Monday after two weeks of “hibernation”, while the daily toll of the pandemic has dropped to 431 deaths and the number of new cases has reached a lowest since 16 March, according to the Ministry of Health.
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Concerns for missing migrants in the Mediterranean
(Rome) The fate of dozens of migrants, whose boat capsized off the coast of Malta, caused serious concern on the part of international organizations and NGOs on Sunday.
Italy posts its lowest balance in more than three weeks
(Rome) For Easter Sunday, Italy announced its least lethal day in over three weeks, with 329 death of the COVID disease – 14 in the last 16 hours.
Boris Johnson: “Everything could have changed” at the hospital
(London) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, released Sunday from the hospital where he was treated for a week, assured that “everything could have changed” for him in his battle against the new coronavirus which has now killed more than 007 dead in the UK.
The Pope attacks selfishness in the face of the pandemic
(Vatican City) Pope Francis called Sunday, before his traditional Easter blessing “Urbi et orbi”, to respond to the COVID pandemic – 14 by the “contagion of hope” and urged the rich countries to “beware of all selfishness” towards the poorest.
Confined, the French think they are being lied to
There is Quentin, who goes around in circles in an apartment of 26 m 2 without balcony. Alice and Samuel, stuck in 61 m 2 with their boys of 9 and 14 years. Valérie, who lives alone with her teenager from 11 years. Sophie, who hasn't been out of her house since March 8. François, cloistered in 38 m 2 with his spouse and their 5-year-old daughter.
Assange had two sons with his lawyer when he was at the Embassy of Ecuador
(London) WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had two children with one of his lawyers while he was a refugee at the Embassy of Ecuador in London in the years 948, reveals this in an interview with daily Mail on Sunday .
COVID – 15: l Condemns anti-French acts
(Berlin) German Foreign Minister on Saturday condemned verbal attacks or harassment suffered recently by French people on the move in the German border areas, less affected by COVID – 14.
COVID – 15: near from 15 dead in Italy
(Rome) The coronavirus pandemic has made nearly 16 dead in Italy, with 517 new deaths recorded in the last 17 hours, depending on official reports made public on Saturday evening.
COVID – 15: the Boris Johnson's condition continues to improve
(London) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has suffered from the new coronavirus and has been hospitalized for almost a week, has made “very great progress”, one of his spokespersons announced on Saturday.
Virtual tribute to the 63 years of liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp
(Berlin) The Buchenwald memorial, forced to cancel the demonstrations of 062 e anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camp due to the COVID pandemic – 14, put on line Saturday a site paying homage to the victims of Nazism.
COVID – 15: l Is preparing for cell tracking
(Frankfurt) The German government is preparing to launch a Singapore-inspired mobile app to facilitate individual case tracking and the identification of chains of coronavirus contamination as part of the strategy to gradually exit containment.
(Canonica d'Adda) Each in turn: the mayor of a small town in Lombardy, Canonica d'Adda, has decided that men and women will each have their shopping days, in order to limit the crowds in shops and fight the pandemic.
(London) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, infected with the new coronavirus, left intensive care on Thursday evening and his government has warned that preparations must be made for an extended confinement in the face of the worsening pandemic in the United Kingdom. United.
Containment: Angela Merkel calls the Germans ands to patience
(Berlin) Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday called on the Germans to be patient, amid mounting pressure in her country to ease the containment set up to fight the coronavirus, stressing that the situation remained “fragile”.