COVID is ubiquitous: US debate threatened with collapse, Europeans demand lifting restrictions

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COVID is ubiquitous: US debate threatened with collapse, Europeans demand lifting restrictions

COVID is ubiquitous: US debate threatened with collapse, Europeans demand lifting restrictions

The coronavirus may interfere in the election race in the United States. Thus, presidential candidate Joe Biden proposed to cancel the debate scheduled for October 16 if his opponent Donald Trump is still sick. How the virus decimates the Washington political elite – in the report of MIR 24 correspondent Dmitry Zabrudsky.

Coronavirus attacked the White House. The diagnosis of COVID was confirmed in 10 employees of the US Presidential Administration. Among them are a personal assistant, an adviser to the head of state, four employees of the press service. All infected have already announced that they have switched to remote operation. As Donald Trump himself did before. He had just left the hospital the day before, having overcome – according to him – the disease.

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    FOLLOWING

    The virus has not only affected the work of the US presidential administration, but already threatens to disrupt the pre-election debate. Presidential candidate Joe Biden announced that he would be shielded from an infected opponent during the dialogue.

    “I don’t know if he will recover, but maybe we need to use a plexiglass screen. We also have to follow strict rules. Too many people have been infected. This is a very serious problem. Therefore, I will adhere to the instructions of the doctors, ”Biden said.

    In Israel, not only quarantine rules are violated, but also security measures. At the protests, the police began to fine for not keeping the distance. The protesters demand the resignation of Benjamin Netanyahu. Israel is the first in the world to introduce a second nationwide quarantine. It will be valid until October 11.

    “Netanyahu is using this crisis to stay in his chair to avoid trial. We fear he is trying to unleash a civil war between us, ”protester Amnon said.

    Dissatisfied Danes also took part in the protest actions. At the walls of parliament, they demand the lifting of restrictions.

    “We are here to protest the isolation in Denmark and restrictions. In my opinion, they are too harsh. We just want to get back to normal life, ”protester Claes Kirkeby Teilgaard said.

    “What the government is doing now makes no sense. Our survival rate is 99.7%. Why isolation then? Why masks? Our business is dying, so I am here, ”the protester said.

    Denmark has become one of the countries in Europe where the second wave of coronavirus was stronger than the first. Almost 31 thousand cases.

    Last spring, there were fewer infected in Italy. Now they intend to extend the emergency situation until the new year. According to the new rules, medical masks must be worn almost everywhere. In order not to break the law and not interrupt classes, Italian teachers had to master a new form of education.

    “Children now have so many limitations. Our method will help to somehow alleviate the situation. It is good and pleasant to study outdoors, ”says the head teacher of the school Massimiliano Melchiorre.

    Classes were arranged right on the beach, overlooking the sea. There is everything you need to improve your health: sun, air and water.

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