Malaysia recorded the highest number of deaths/day, China broke out a new COVID-19 outbreak

America is still the country most severely affected by the COVID-19 epidemic with over 41.8 million cases and more than 677,900 deaths. In the past day, the US recorded more than 28,500 people infected with SARS-CoV-2 virus.

At the world’s second largest COVID-19 epidemic center India, on September 12, the country recorded more than 31.2 new cases of COVID-19 and 210 deaths. Currently, a total of more than 33.2 million people have COVID-19, including nearly 442,900 deaths from COVID-19 in this South Asian country.

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More than 225.4 million people worldwide have been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. (Photo: AP)

Brazil currently the world’s third largest epidemic hotspot with 586,590 COVID-19 patients out of a total of nearly 21 million infected people in this country.

On September 12, the Minister of Health Brother Sajid Javid confirmed, the Government of this country has decided to drop the plan to force all people in England to show “vaccine passports” if they want to participate in crowded events such as gatherings at nightclubs. Speaking on BBC, Minister Sajid Javid The British Government considers the above measure unnecessary in the context of the current epidemic, citing the recent steady increase in the rate of people getting vaccinated against COVID-19.

Previously, the British Government had announced that the implementation of this plan would be announced at the end of October despite opposition from businesses in the nightclub business and from some MPs from the Conservative Party. ruler. Currently, the UK has given 2 doses of the vaccine to more than 80% of people over 16 years old and is expected to announce a decision soon on whether to vaccinate children aged 12-15.

In virtue, on September 12, Chancellor Angela Merkel called on the people of this country to respond to the COVID-19 vaccination week campaign to get free injections at many public places across the country. Currently, the German government is implementing a large-scale vaccination campaign to encourage people who are still hesitant to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The campaign was carried out in the context of Berlin’s concern that the current rate of 62% of people who are fully vaccinated is not safe enough to help avoid a serious wave of disease next winter.

To date, Germany has recorded more than 4 million infections, of which more than 93,000 people have died. Ms. Merkel said that although the rates of 66% of the population receiving at least one injection and 62% of the population fully vaccinated are encouraging figures, the number of cases continues to increase and most imported cases continue to increase. Hospitals are all unvaccinated. So, to get through the coming fall-winter safely, more people are needed to be vaccinated. She urged people to take action to protect themselves and those around them by getting vaccinated.

In New Zealand, the number of new cases of this country in the past 24 hours is 23 cases, of which 20 cases of community transmission in Auckland and 3 people were recorded at the border. In order to control the spread of the disease, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that she had signed an agreement with Denmark to purchase 500,000 additional doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine. It is expected that these vaccines will be shipped to New Zealand in the coming days. According to Ms. Ardern, these additional vaccines can help New Zealand maintain current vaccination rates, while encouraging people over 12 to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

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New Zealand purchased an additional 500,000 doses of vaccine to maintain the current vaccination rate. (Photo: AP)

Government Indonesia admitted that it was difficult to find the supply of a COVID-19 vaccine because the supply did not match the high demand from different countries. To date, Indonesia has received more than 200 million doses of vaccines purchased through commercial channels, the COVAX Mechanism and from friendly countries. For nearly 18 months, the diplomatic apparatus of the Government of this country has been constantly accessing vaccine sources and cooperating with many different countries to meet the demand for vaccines for the people.

However, the fact that many countries have policies to limit vaccine exports has created a large gap in vaccine availability between high-income countries and low-income countries. To date, 34% of the Indonesian population has received the first dose of the vaccine and 20% of the population has received the second dose. Currently, a total of over 4.1 million people have been infected with COVID-19, including nearly 138,900 deaths in this country.

September 12th, Malaysia recorded an additional 592 deaths, the highest level in a single day ever. Thus, the number of deaths in this Southeast Asian country has reached more than 20,400 people. Also in the past 24 hours, Malaysia has more than 19,000 new cases of COVID-19.

Malaysia kicked off its national vaccination plan on February 24. To date, 90% of people over the age of 18 in the country have received at least one dose and more than half of the population have completed the vaccination.

From October 3, the Malaysian Ministry of Education will implement a weekly rotation system for primary and secondary school students so that they can return to school. Specifically, only 50% of students can go to school. According to the Malaysian Ministry of Education’s plan, each class will be divided into two groups, one in-school and one in online learning (PdPR). Homeschooled students will be informed about the topics to be studied and supporting materials are available on YouTube and on DidikTV. After one week, students who attend in person at the school will learn online and rotation continues until the end of the term.

However, schools will be reopened based on the four-stage National Recovery Plan (NRP) assessment criteria. This means that schools in the states that are in phase 1 will continue to close. In the states in phase 2, schools in need can also reopen but are only allowed to operate at 50% capacity. The states in phase 3 and 4 will reopen on October 3.

President Philippines Rodrigo Duterte has signed a decree extending the state of disaster because of COVID-19 across the country for another year. Thus, the state of disaster in the Philippines will last until September 12, 2022, unless lifted or ended earlier as circumstances permit. The COVID-19 epidemic is still very complicated in the Philippines with an average of 21,000 cases per day for the past 1 week. According to the Malaysian Ministry of Education, although the plan is not perfect, it is the best in the current context.

On September 12, the Philippines reported 21,441 new cases. To date, a total of over 2.2 people have been infected and more than 35,000 patients have died from COVID-19 in this country.

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The Philippines extends the state of disaster because of COVID-19 across the country for another year. (Photo: AP)

Faced with the risk of a new outbreak, some provinces of Laos tightened measures to prevent COVID-19 after recording many infections in the community. In the past 24 hours, the country recorded 217 new cases of COVID-19, of which 121 people on entry were immediately quarantined, the Lao Ministry of Health said. To date, the total number of COVID-19 infections in Laos is 17,357 cases, of which 16 have died.

In China, after more than half a month of silence, almost every day without new domestic cases, on September 12, the country’s National Health Commission reported, in the past 24 hours, the country recorded 20 cases of COVID -19 in the community in the southeastern province of Fujian, of which 19 are in Putian city. Initial identification of viruses belonging to the Delta variant.

Fujian province has upgraded high-risk alert in 2 regions and 5 medium-risk areas. The provincial government immediately sent two field laboratories with high testing capacity as well as provided medical resources to Putian city to carry out mass testing in the city of nearly 1 million people. The National Health Commission of China immediately sent a team of experts to Fujian province.

In the immediate future, for the outbreak at Putian Primary School, all teachers, teachers and students will be tested for screening and sent to the hospital for treatment; ban and advise people not to leave the area at the blocked outbreaks; stop operating buses and taxis at outbreaks, stop the Putian city train station; Close indoor entertainment activities. Supermarkets and shops are also restricted. Other provinces and cities immediately activated strict control of people coming from Fujian province.

China leads the world in vaccination rates with more than 77% of the population of the vaccination age (nearly 1 billion people) being vaccinated with 2 doses of domestic vaccines, mainly Sinopharm and Sinovac. China is still pursuing a zero-tolerance strategy with COVID-19 and stamping it out as soon as the disease has begun.

In the past 24 hours, the number of new cases of COVID-19 in South Korea was 1,755 cases, down 110 cases compared to the previous day. However, the number of new cases in South Korea has remained above 1,000 per day for the past 68 days. Seoul is still the locality that has recorded the highest number of new cases with 656 patients. To date, South Korea has confirmed nearly 273,000 people infected with COVID-19 and 2,359 cases of death.

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