Let’s discuss the cases of Covid-19
According to Johns Hopkins University’s perspective, there are confirmed cases of COVID-19 having passed 426.1 million globally. Now, the number of confirmed deaths passes around 5.89 million. Vaccination doses administerates more than 10.57 billion globally. Boris Johnsone, the British Prime Minister announces an end to all covid restrictions in England. It includes mandatory self-isolation and free COVID-19 testing.
The announcement draw distrust from some scientists and political opponents. Johnson says that some virus surveillance will remain in place. It allows rapid response to new variants, and that this could be quickly scaled up.
On Tuesday, China reported 6,211 new Coronavirus cases in Hong Kong SAR. More 9,369 positive cases increases in preliminary tests. The global financial hub battles to curb the coronavirus outbreak that overwhelms healthcare facilities.
In South Africa, people changes the Covid-19 vaccination rules in an effort to encourage more people to get jobs. Vaccinations slow down in the country, which record more than 98,000 deaths and over 3.6 million positive cases in total. South Africa has enough vaccination stocks.
Cases of Indian Vaccination Increases
Lots of people infect with the Omicron coronavirus are nearly 75% less likely to develop a serious situation. And illness than those who contract the Delta variant. It shows real world data releases on Monday by South Korea’s health authorities.
Indian vaccine maker says that its Covid-19 vaccine which approves in the country for children of age 12 to 18. There is a shot called Corbevax, is the third vaccine and approved for use in children aged 12 and above in India.
As China reports 138 new Corona cases which is down from 144 a day earlier. The pandemic affects the whole food system and lays bare its fragility. Trade restrictions prevents farmers from accessing markets which include buying inputs and selling their products. The pandemic extinguishes the jobs and placed millions of livelihoods at risk. As working people lose jobs, fall ill and die, the food security are under threat. So, it includes small-scale farmers and indigenous peoples, being hardest hit.
In the food security of Covid-19, public health and employment and labor issues, in different workers. Bonds of workplace safety and health practices, is crucial in recalling the human dimension of the crisis.
Instant and purposeful action to save people should include extending social protection. It is towards the universal health coverage and salary. It also supports for those who are most affected.