In India, Bombay, a megalopolis state most affected by the corona virus, has implemented new measures as the country registered more than 100,000 new Govt-19 cases in 24 hours for the first time. On Sunday, Mumbai authorities decided on new restrictions: Advanced curfew order from 8pm to 7pm, closing prisons on weekends, bars and restaurants, cinemas, swimming pools, places of worship and public offices as well. Any meeting of more than four people is prohibited.
Neighboring Bangladesh began a seven-day lockout on Monday against the outbreak of the virus, suspending all domestic travel and closing shops. Thousands of people fled the capital Dhaka on Sunday, or bought food before being locked up.
A peak in Iran
In the Middle East, Iran announced the highest number of pollutants since Monday, December 13, with 13,890 cases detected in 24 hours, with its capital, Tehran, placed on maximum health alert.
Saudi officials have said that only those with vaccines or immunizations will be allowed to make the short pilgrimage (Umrah) to Mecca during the month of Ramadan, which begins in mid-April.
The United Kingdom is in decline
Instead, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, encouraged by the improvement in the situation in the UK, confirmed on April 12 that the hairdresser in the UK would reopen essential businesses such as pub terraces and bathrooms.
On the other hand, he refused to engage in a return date for foreign trips and was banned until May 17 for a major reason. “We do not want to see the virus being re-imported into this country from abroad. There is a resurgence in some parts of the world, “he told a news conference.
To keep control over the virus, the government plans to increase screening by giving two tests a week to the entire population, and is considering a controversial health passport system for mass meetings in the UK, ie football matches and events in the UK. Room.
Relief in Portugal and Greece
This Easter Monday, Portugal is also carefully unscrewing: Museums, colleges and cafe terraces have reopened, more than two months after they closed, the second phase of a gradual restoration project. However, collections on the terraces will be limited to four people per table, while group lessons in gymnasiums will be restricted and museums will have to reschedule their opening hours.
In Greece, most stores were allowed to reopen, except for department stores and shopping malls. However, people who want to visit stores must make an appointment and the number of people who can be in one store at a time is limited, up to 20 people. However, the move does not apply to the two largest cities in the country after Athens, Thessaloniki and Badras, where the epidemic is particularly severe.
The International Monetary Fund is expanding emergency assistance
Elsewhere in the world Monday brought the role of new measures to control the spread of the virus, which has killed at least 2.85 million since its appearance.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced emergency aid to 28 of the world’s poorest countries, helping to reduce their debt and better deal with the impact of the epidemic.
Chile closes the borders for its part from Monday to April. In Ukraine, new regulations have come into force, with Kiev City Hall announcing a near-cessation of public transport, while schools for juniors, including kindergarten, are closed.