COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 15 November

covid 19 what you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 15 november

Sumary of COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 15 November:

  • 1. How COVID-19 is affecting the globe Confirmed cases of COVID-19 have passed 253.3 million globally, according to Johns Hopkins University.
  • More than 7.48 billion vaccination doses have been administered globally, according to Our World in Data.
  • 2. Tighter measures planned as Germany’s COVID-19 infection rate hits new high Germany’s coronavirus infection rate has risen to its highest level since the start of the pandemic, public health figures showed on Monday, as the three parties in talks to form a new government plan an expansion of measures to tackle the pandemic.
  • The seven-day incidence rate – the number of people per 100,000 to be infected over the last week – rose to 303 from 289 the previous day, figures from the Robert Koch Institute showed on Monday.
  • The number of deaths increased by 43 to a total of 97,715. The three parties in talks to form a coalition plan to tighten proposed measures to tackle the spread of the new wave of infections, Greens co-leader Robert Habeck said before their plans go to parliament on Thursday.
  • “We are expanding the toolbox compared to the proposals introduced in the first reading,” Habeck told broadcaster ARD.
  • One year on: we look back at how the Forum’s networks have navigated the global response to COVID-19. Using a multistakeholder approach, the Forum and its partners through its COVID Action Platform have provided countless solutions to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, protecting lives and livelihoods.
  • Read more about the COVID-19 Tools Accelerator, our support of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, the Coalition for Epidemics Preparedness and Innovations (CEPI), and the COVAX initiative and innovative approaches to solve the pandemic, like our Common Trust Network – aiming to help roll out a “digital passport” in our Impact Story.

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