Covid live news: Belgium to accelerate plan for tighter measures; concern over rising Irish cases

covid live news belgium to accelerate plan for tighter measures concern over rising irish cases

Sumary of Covid live news: Belgium to accelerate plan for tighter measures; concern over rising Irish cases:

  • On the day its lockdown of unvaccinated people begins, Austria has become the first European country to take radical action in a bid to increase take-up of jabs as new cases surge.
  • On Monday night, the government’s cabinet subcommittee on Covid is to meet to discuss pausing some of the easing of restrictions including the return to office work.
  • The department of health was notified of 3,805 new cases on Monday with 106 patients in intensive care units, just under half that in January.
  • Paul Reid said this was “very concerning” as hospitals were now also open to other patients on elective surgery unlike earlier in the year.
  • Official data shows last week showed the median age of those with Covid was 34. Cineworld’s box office revenues surpassed pre-pandemic levels at its cinemas in the UK and Ireland last month as blockbusters such as No Time to Die, Dune and Venom draw film fans back to the big screen.
  • Cineworld revenues pass pre-Covid levels thanks to Bond, Dune and Venom Austria became the first EU country on Monday to impose a lockdown on the unvaccinated and the first to start inoculating children as young as five, as the virus strengthens its grip on the continent.
  • Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis: Austria lockdown for unvaccinated Austria’s lockdown of unvaccinated people begins, the first European country to take radical action in a bid to increase take-up of jabs as new cases surge.
  • Italy targets radical anti-vaxxers Italian police raid radical anti-vaccine activists alleged to have called for violence, including urging “hangings” and “shootings” of people supporting virus restrictions.

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