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The epidemic spread throughout Europe

The epidemic spread throughout Europe

Thousands and tens of thousands of new cases of coronavirus were reported across Europe by national authorities on Saturday night, MTI reported.

In France, 23 new deaths were reported, bringing the number of deaths due to the new type of coronavirus to 91,520 deaths. 22,678 new infections were recorded, and 1,333 are in the intensive care unit with COVID-19 disease caused by the virus.

More than forty thousand new infections were recorded in the United Kingdom on Saturday, up from 44,242 the previous day. In the country, deaths are recorded as Covid-19 victims 28 days after a positive test. That number was 150 on Saturday after 157 on Friday.

In Italy, 49 new deaths were reported by Saturday night, more than a day earlier. The number of new infections per day rose from 10,544 to 11,555. A total of 133,131 people died in the country due to Covid-19. Currently, 4,250 patients are being cared for in hospital with coronavirus, and 512 are in the intensive care unit. In Italy, nearly 575,000 tests have been carried out in the past 24 hours.

In Germany, the seven-day infection rate is higher than ever. A month ago that number for a hundred thousand was still 80.4 and on Saturday it was 362.2. On Saturday, 63,924 new cases were diagnosed.

Also in the Czech Republic, the seven-day infection rate was higher at 929 per 100,000 people, the highest since the outbreak.

In Slovakia, the number of new cases exceeded all previous records: 9,171 new infections were registered on Saturday. The number of new cases did not rise above 9,000 before. According to the data, 71% of new infections are not immune. Three thousand patients require hospital care with Covid-19.

Despite the ever-increasing number of cases, there have been large demonstrations in several major European cities in recent days, with participants protesting the tightening of epidemiological measures. MTI said Saturday’s move in Vienna was peaceful, with a strong police presence, as authorities fear far-right extremist protesters will try to repeat what happened Friday in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where protests against restrictions were violent. On Saturday, 300 people in Breda and a few hundred in Amsterdam demonstrated peacefully against the restrictions.

There were even movements in Croatia, Northern Ireland and Italy. In Switzerland, about two thousand people took to the streets, and in Rome, about three thousand protested because many services could only be used with a security certificate. Hundreds of people protested at Belfast City Hall, where pubs and restaurants can only be visited with proof of vaccination. In Croatia, thousands demonstrated because they believed the restrictions violated their freedoms.

Highlight: A demonstration against restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic in Prague on November 17, 2021. MTI/AP/Petr David Josek

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