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What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday


As of October 15, Italy had increased the number of people receiving the first dose of the Covit-19 vaccine by 40 percent, following a government order requiring health recognition for all workers, both public and private.

The Italian Corona virus jar office says the first dose has increased by 35 percent in a week compared to last Saturday. Italian regions across the country reported an increase of 20 to 40 percent in appointments to be vaccinated this week.

On Thursday, Italy became the first major European economy, with all workers expected to submit to the “Green Corridor” next month. Vaccination, recent negative test or proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the last six months is required.

Health Minister Roberto Speranza says the aim is to increase the vaccine campaign while creating safer workplaces. Italy, once the epicenter of the outbreak in Europe, vaccinated 75 percent of people aged 12 and over. Italy has recorded more than 130,000 deaths, the third highest in Europe after Britain and Russia.

“The Green Corridor is a tool for freedom that will help make workplaces safer,” Speranza told a news conference. The second reason is to strengthen our vaccination campaign.

Slovenia and Greece took similar steps this week. But Italy’s 2 trillion euro ($ 2.35 trillion) economy, the third largest economy in the European Union, is the biggest target, and the move underscores the government’s determination to avoid another lockout, even as the number of new viral infections increases. Especially among those who have not been vaccinated.

What is happening across Canada?

See | A doctor organizes a protest against anti-hospital protesters:

Dr Raghu Venugopal, a Toronto emergency room doctor, staged a protest against protesters at the Toronto General Hospital against Govt-19 measures and vaccination orders. He says the protests are “unacceptable” and “not Canadian” and that the state needs legislation against protests outside hospitals. 6:54

What is happening around the world

As of Saturday, more than 227.8 million cases of Covid-19 had been reported worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University Corona virus tracker. The death toll worldwide is over 4.6 million.

At United StatesSouth Carolina is setting a record for the number of hospital admissions to Govt-19, with new cases peaking in the state last winter. The number of cases increased from 150 to more than 5,000 a day. The government affected 2,600 hospital-admitted patients with Govt-19 in early September, a record number.

See | What we know about Govit-19 vaccines for pregnant women:

What we know about Govit-19 vaccines for pregnant women

Two physicians answer questions about the safety of vaccines in pregnant women and the risks associated with Govt-19 infection in unvaccinated pregnant women. 5:44

At Middle EastThe capital of the United Arab Emirates recently finalized a policy that immigrants from other emirates should test negative for Govt-19. Abu Dhabi announced on Saturday that six other Emirates citizens could enter the capital starting Sunday without a choice.

A AsiaThe Vietnamese government said on Saturday that it had approved the use of Abdullah’s Cuban vaccine as the Southeast Asian nation battled the worst COVID-19 outbreak. Abdullah became the eighth COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in Vietnam, with the lowest vaccination rates in the region, with 6.3 percent of its 98 million people receiving at least two injections.

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In Singapore, health officials registered 1,009 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the highest level since April last year. The rise of recent lawsuits has prompted Singapore to suspend its doors from reopening after some Govt-19 operations were eased. More than 80 percent of its population has been vaccinated against Govt-19.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Saturday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. About 1,000 protesters gathered in the suburbs of Richmond after the last-minute protest was relocated to avoid the authorities.

Anti-lock protesters face police officers on Burnley Street in Richmond, a Melbourne suburb of Australia, on Saturday. Protesters gathered about three kilometers from Melbourne’s central business district, despite large Govt-19 restrictions on large outdoor gatherings. (Darian Coach / Getty Images)

There were minor skirmishes and violent clashes involving a small number of protesters. Several protesters were arrested. Most of the protesters violated the rules that masks should not be worn. In an effort to prevent the march from advancing in violation of public health orders, about 2,000 policemen were deployed at checkpoints and roadblocks and travel patrols.

Melbourne is the capital of Victoria, which has reported 535 new infections and one death from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. The city’s sixth lockout began Aug. 5, across Australia, with health officials registering 1,882 cases of the new corona virus on Saturday.