Coronavirus: Demonstrations against restrictions in London, and police dispersal
Tens of millions of doses of vaccine could be given to the British in the coming months, which the government hopes will stop the epidemic. The number of new infections in the island country was close to sixty thousand days ago. The Berlin government is being attacked by many for not requesting enough vaccines. In Germany, the epidemic claimed three times the number of victims in December compared to November.
As if it wasn’t a pandemic, many forgot to enjoy winter sports in Winterberg, Germany. However, local police took action and kicked them off the ski slopes.
“Unfortunately, the ban did not prevent many from flooding the ski slopes, so we had to close the roads there,” police spokesman Sebastian Held said.
In Germany, the coronavirus epidemic caused three times as many deaths in December compared to November. On Tuesday, the federal government is expected to decide to extend the nationwide health lock, which was supposed to last through January 10th.
Hundreds of people protested in Hyde Park, London, against restrictions imposed by the epidemic, violating the rules. Equestrian police dispersed the crowd and arrested 17 people. The British capital has the highest level of restrictions.
In the UK, nearly sixty thousand new cases have been registered every day for days. Authorities expect a solution from mass vaccination.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “We hope to be able to administer tens of millions of doses of vaccine over the next three months.”
Also in India, a comprehensive vaccination can begin in a matter of weeks. A homemade vaccine and a vaccine developed by Oxford have also been approved in the world’s second most populous country.
In Sydney, Australia, wearing a face mask has already been described in shops, churches and hairdressers, for example. Starting Monday, those who fail to comply with the ruling will be forced to pay a fine.
Long ago, Australia closed its borders and imposed a strict lockdown to stop the spread of the epidemic, but Australia’s largest city still had several focal points in December.