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Churches in the Philippine capital, Manila, have been told not to engage in any Christmas carol activities this season as part of measures to limit the broadcast of Kovid-19.
The Philippines, a Catholic-majority country, has the longest Christmas season, celebrated in early September and, for some, Valentine’s Day runs late.
It’s the most important holiday in the country, but this year’s festivities will be different: there’s a ban on carols in the church, as well as a church attendance, a curfew, and a ban on public gatherings. The economic crisis has also soaked up celebrations, leaving millions without work.
Church officials say Carroll has been banned because experts believe the virus is more likely to spread if people sign up, according to the Philippine News Agency.
In Thailand, masks and hand-washing routines introduced to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 have also led to very few cases of other respiratory illnesses in Thailand this year, according to medical experts.
A. Reported by Khasod English It has been found that the number of influenza cases so far this year is 70% lower than in the whole of 2019. This is the lowest number of reported cases in five years.
“Even in this cold season – viruses like it – we are getting fewer patients than last year,” Public Health Ministry spokesman Rungrung Kittafti told the news.
Between January 1 and November 10, 116,052 cases of influenza were reported, with three deaths nationwide, according to the Department of Disease Control. This compares to 390,773 cases of influenza and 27 deaths recorded between 1 January 2019 and 7 January 2020.
Cases of hand, foot and mouth disease have also fallen.
Despite previously reported cases of coronavirus outside of China, Thailand managed to avoid a major outbreak due to tight locks, border closures and the wearing of masks. There have been 3,888 reported cases and 60 deaths in the country.
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Anthony Fossey, one of America’s top infectious disease experts, has promised that “the horseman is on the road in the form of a coronavirus vaccine, but called for a last-ditch national effort to stop the spread.”
Fossey was speaking at the White House Coronavirus Task Force’s first press briefing since July. He was joined by Vice President Mike Pence and Response Coordinator Deborah Berks, but found no indication of Donald Trump or his controversial adviser, Scott Atlas.
The task force broke its long silence when the virus reached new heights, and more than 158,000 Americans became infected – and more than 1,100 people died – every day. Now the total number of deaths Stands at a quarter of a million. Trump, who is rarely seen in public and refuses to concede defeat, has been accused of all but quitting the fight: