Corona Protests against restrictions in Germany and the Netherlands, and the spokesperson for the Israeli army is infected with the virus

Corona Protests against restrictions in Germany and the Netherlands, and the spokesperson for the Israeli army is infected with the virus Demonstration against COVID-19 restrictions in Amsterdam  The countries of the world continued to record increases in the number of deaths and injuries due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic (Covid-19) globally today, Sunday, and while protesters in Germany and the Netherlands came out, rejecting restrictions and compulsory vaccination, Israel announced the injury of the army spokesman.  And the "Worldometer" website - which specializes in monitoring statistics on the outbreak of the epidemic in countries of the world - said that the number of injuries this evening, Sunday at 17:00 UTC, reached 327 million and 486 thousand and 84 injured, while the number of deaths reached 5 million and 555 thousand. and 828 deaths.  The World Health Organization estimates that the total number of deaths may be 2-3 times higher, taking into account the increased number of deaths as a result of the epidemic.  Issued and height The United States leads the first country in the number of coronavirus infections and deaths, with 66 million, 664,283 infections and 873 thousand deaths.  The latest data indicate that cases of coronavirus infection in the United States increased by 0.7%, compared to the same period yesterday, Saturday.  The national increase was below the average daily increase of 1.3 percent over the past week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News.  California recorded the largest number of confirmed cases at 6.8 million, an increase of 0.6% over the same period the previous day.  Protest and actions In Europe, thousands of people gathered across Germany to protest, some against government restrictions to contain the coronavirus, while others demonstrated against anti-vaccination movements.  This coincided with statements by German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach, in which he confirmed that the complete vaccination consists of 3 doses.  The German minister warned that mutated strains will not end with Omicron, stressing the need to take booster doses.  The German parliament is scheduled to vote to impose mandatory vaccination, and parliamentarians from different parties will meet to present proposals that will be voted on later.  Similar demonstrations took place in several European cities. In Italy, several demonstrations were held to protest against the permissibility of vaccination and the mandatory vaccination of persons over 50 years of age.  In the Netherlands, thousands of protesters rallied in the streets of Amsterdam today, Sunday, in protest against the government's measures to combat the Covid-19 disease and the vaccination campaign, with cases of infection rising to new record levels.  The authorities were granted the right to stop and search in several areas of the city, and dozens of anti-riot police vehicles roamed the neighborhoods where the demonstrations took place, carrying yellow banners and umbrellas.  The Netherlands imposed some of the strictest lockdown measures in Europe for a month at the start of the year.  Amid the growing public opposition to the restrictions, Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced the first Friday, the reopening of shops, hair salons, hairdressers and gyms, and a partial lifting of the closure, despite the number of Covid-19 infections reaching record levels.  Daily injuries reached a new peak above 36,000 injuries today, Sunday, according to data from the Netherlands Institute of Health. The Netherlands has recorded more than 3.5 million infections and 21,000 deaths from the virus since the start of the pandemic.  Vaccination and examinations In Austria, Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehmer said today, Sunday, that his country will make vaccination against the Corona virus mandatory for adults as of next February, under penalty of imposing a large fine, stressing that he is aware of the “sensitive” nature of this precedent in Europe, which divides Austrian society.  "As scheduled, we will make vaccination mandatory in early February" for those over 18 years old, said the conservative prime minister, who rules this country in alliance with the Greens, at a press conference in Vienna.  Throughout the week, fierce debates took place in Parliament regarding this project, knowing that about 78.5% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.  On Saturday, 27,000 people demonstrated in the Austrian capital against this controversial measure, against the backdrop of the violation of individual freedoms.  In Turkey, the authorities today re-imposed mandatory PCR swabs for passengers on domestic flights, who did not receive anti-virus vaccines or did not complete the doses, a day after its cancellation.  Injury and outcome This comes while the Israeli army announced earlier today that its spokesman had been infected with the Corona virus.  The army unit said in a statement, "It was confirmed that Ran Kochav was infected with the new Corona virus today, Sunday," according to the Israeli newspaper, "The Jerusalem Post" on its website.  "Kochav feels fine and is in quarantine at home and will continue to work as much as possible while following the regulations of the Ministry of Health and the IDF," she added.  It is noteworthy that the Israeli army announced last Monday that two senior generals had contracted the Corona virus.  Also, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Internal Security Omer Bar-Lev were infected with the Corona virus last week.  In recent days, Israel recorded record increases in daily infections with the virus.

Corona Protests against restrictions in Germany and the Netherlands, and the spokesperson for the Israeli army is infected with the virus

Demonstration against COVID-19 restrictions in Amsterdam

The countries of the world continued to record increases in the number of deaths and injuries due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic (Covid-19) globally today, Sunday, and while protesters in Germany and the Netherlands came out, rejecting restrictions and compulsory vaccination, Israel announced the injury of the army spokesman.

And the "Worldometer" website - which specializes in monitoring statistics on the outbreak of the epidemic in countries of the world - said that the number of injuries this evening, Sunday at 17:00 UTC, reached 327 million and 486 thousand and 84 injured, while the number of deaths reached 5 million and 555 thousand. and 828 deaths.

The World Health Organization estimates that the total number of deaths may be 2-3 times higher, taking into account the increased number of deaths as a result of the epidemic.

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The United States leads the first country in the number of coronavirus infections and deaths, with 66 million, 664,283 infections and 873 thousand deaths.

The latest data indicate that cases of coronavirus infection in the United States increased by 0.7%, compared to the same period yesterday, Saturday.

The national increase was below the average daily increase of 1.3 percent over the past week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News.

California recorded the largest number of confirmed cases at 6.8 million, an increase of 0.6% over the same period the previous day.

Protest and actions

In Europe, thousands of people gathered across Germany to protest, some against government restrictions to contain the coronavirus, while others demonstrated against anti-vaccination movements.

This coincided with statements by German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach, in which he confirmed that the complete vaccination consists of 3 doses.

The German minister warned that mutated strains will not end with Omicron, stressing the need to take booster doses.

The German parliament is scheduled to vote to impose mandatory vaccination, and parliamentarians from different parties will meet to present proposals that will be voted on later.

Similar demonstrations took place in several European cities. In Italy, several demonstrations were held to protest against the permissibility of vaccination and the mandatory vaccination of persons over 50 years of age.

In the Netherlands, thousands of protesters rallied in the streets of Amsterdam today, Sunday, in protest against the government's measures to combat the Covid-19 disease and the vaccination campaign, with cases of infection rising to new record levels.

The authorities were granted the right to stop and search in several areas of the city, and dozens of anti-riot police vehicles roamed the neighborhoods where the demonstrations took place, carrying yellow banners and umbrellas.

The Netherlands imposed some of the strictest lockdown measures in Europe for a month at the start of the year.

Amid the growing public opposition to the restrictions, Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced the first Friday, the reopening of shops, hair salons, hairdressers and gyms, and a partial lifting of the closure, despite the number of Covid-19 infections reaching record levels.

Daily injuries reached a new peak above 36,000 injuries today, Sunday, according to data from the Netherlands Institute of Health. The Netherlands has recorded more than 3.5 million infections and 21,000 deaths from the virus since the start of the pandemic.

Vaccination and examinations

In Austria, Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehmer said today, Sunday, that his country will make vaccination against the Corona virus mandatory for adults as of next February, under penalty of imposing a large fine, stressing that he is aware of the “sensitive” nature of this precedent in Europe, which divides Austrian society.

"As scheduled, we will make vaccination mandatory in early February" for those over 18 years old, said the conservative prime minister, who rules this country in alliance with the Greens, at a press conference in Vienna.

Throughout the week, fierce debates took place in Parliament regarding this project, knowing that about 78.5% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.

On Saturday, 27,000 people demonstrated in the Austrian capital against this controversial measure, against the backdrop of the violation of individual freedoms.

In Turkey, the authorities today re-imposed mandatory PCR swabs for passengers on domestic flights, who did not receive anti-virus vaccines or did not complete the doses, a day after its cancellation.

Injury and outcome

This comes while the Israeli army announced earlier today that its spokesman had been infected with the Corona virus.

The army unit said in a statement, "It was confirmed that Ran Kochav was infected with the new Corona virus today, Sunday," according to the Israeli newspaper, "The Jerusalem Post" on its website.

"Kochav feels fine and is in quarantine at home and will continue to work as much as possible while following the regulations of the Ministry of Health and the IDF," she added.

It is noteworthy that the Israeli army announced last Monday that two senior generals had contracted the Corona virus.

Also, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Internal Security Omer Bar-Lev were infected with the Corona virus last week.

In recent days, Israel recorded record increases in daily infections with the virus.

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