Corona infections are on the rise in Europe as winter approaches.
Millions of people were infected with the corona in 24 hours for the first time on Sunday after a daily outbreak of one lakh in Britain a few days ago. News Deutsche Welle.
In France, the daily infection on December 23 was 91,606. On December 26, that number surpassed one million, with France averaging a record number of daily infections, the highest in two years.
Britain is the worst hit country in Europe. After that France. Seeing the speed of the infection, the government had announced a few days ago that it would soon release one lakh daily infections. Realizing that fear, France set a record for daily transmissions in just two days.
According to the French Ministry of Health, 14,611 people have been infected with covidia in the last 24 hours in the country. France recorded a three-day daily transition.
Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated in Europe, including France and the United Kingdom. The French administration is worried about where the situation will turn out under the influence of this new form of Covid.
Adult booster ticker clearances have already been issued there. The government has made arrangements for ‘vaccine pass’. This pass is being given to those who have already taken two vaccines.
This pass has been made mandatory for restaurants, cafes or foreign trips. Entry bans have been issued in many places unless two vaccines are given.
In order to prevent the spread of the disease, different cities in France have taken precautionary measures in different areas. For example, wearing a mask has been made compulsory in Savvy. Other cities are taking similar steps.
The picture of coronavirus infection in France has changed dramatically since the beginning of December. On December 4, the daily infection exceeded 50,000 in one leap. One lakh 23 thousand people have died in this country since the beginning of corona infection.
The picture of infection in Britain is almost the same. One lakh 19 thousand corona-infected residents in that country in one day.
Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels have demanded that a Saudi drone be shot down.
Al-Masira TV reported that a US-made Scan Eagle spy drone was shot down from the skies in the northern province of Al-Jawaf on Saturday.
Yemeni military spokesman Yahya Sariye said in a statement that the US military had been able to shoot down US-built Sky Eagle spy drones with appropriate weapons.
He claimed that the drone was shot down during a skirmish in the skies of Jawaf province.
In December, Yemeni Houthi-backed forces shot down five Saudi-allied drones, IRNA reported.
The Houthis ousted Saudi-backed Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour al-Hadi after seizing the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, in 2014. He has been out of the country ever since.
To bring him back to power, the Saudi-led Arab League launched an offensive against Houthi rebels in Yemen in June 2015.
For the past five years, Houthi rebels close to Iran have been fighting the Saudi-led military alliance.