Coronavirus rates in Spain have risen, driven by an increase in infections among younger people as the country hopes to attract tourists to help start your economy. The rate rose to 204 infections per 100,000 in 14 days, slightly above levels in Russia, the health ministry said on Monday.
The Japanese government is under pressure to reverse the course and hold the Olympic Games in Tokyo behind closed doors as Covid-19 cases grow. After reducing less than 400 cases a day in mid-June, the new diagnoses climbed to almost 600 a day, which increased the fear of a rush when the games are held from July 23 to August 8.
Admission to hospitals in the UK is still low because vaccines weaken the link between infections and hospitalization, said the chief British medical adviser. “But it’s a weakened link, not a completely broken one,” Patrick Vallance said Monday, adding that the deaths were an increase is expected how constraints are eased.
The efficacy of the BioNTech / Pfizer vaccine against Delta coronavirus infection is lower than initially thought, the study found. The data suggest that the 64 percent sting is effective in stopping the infection among those fully vaccinated, up from the previous 94 percent, the Israeli Ministry of Health found.
Emirates is leading the airline to save itself from a massive escape payment processing fees charged by the credit card industry, after the operator adopted a rival system developed by Deutsche Bank. Iata estimates that before the pandemic, airlines paid $ 8 billion a year to process payments to credit card companies.
The Unite union added calls for the UK government to withhold a request to wear masks on public transport, warning that lifting the rules would be “an act of gross negligence”. Boris Johnson, the prime minister, on Monday unveiled plans to abolish mandatory face coverings in England.
LGIM asset manager said private equity companies should not be allowed to take over Wm Morrison for “wrong reasons”, such as profits from a supermarket chain asset portfolio. Redemption groups have announced at least 12 offers for UK-listed companies this year as Brexit and the pandemic affect stock prices.
The global chip shortage proved to be a barrier to recovery for car sales in the UK last month, with new registrations still well below pre-pandemic levels. According to the Automobile Manufacturers and Dealers Association, about 186,128 new cars were sold in June, 28 percent higher than the same month last year.