Europe is banning the new virus as one of the leaders of the economic hit

European countries are preparing for tougher measures to control the coronavirus as the infection moves to a "tipping point", with leaders even expressing concern that new sanctions could hurt the region's already fragile economy. Will end

 

Europe is banning the new virus as one of the leaders of the economic hit

In recent days, the continent has re-emerged on a global scale with a record increase in countries from Spain to Ukraine. Struggling to create economic sanctions that reduce proliferation without pushing the economy to the shore and provoking public unrest.

 

A bar worker moves a table before the closing time outside the Kohlenquelle bar in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district on October 10.

 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the latest developments at a cabinet-level meeting on Monday, but decisions on new measures such as screening in nursing homes and isolating travelers from high-risk areas are not expected. Until she meets the Prime Minister. On Wednesday, Germany, like the rest of the country's 16 states, focused on local sanctions rather than national lockdowns. The chancellor warned on Friday that the country was approaching a watershed moment that would determine whether it regained control of the disease or lost it.

 

Leaders in other countries are urging people with epidemics to line up. French Prime Minister Jean Castex urged people to follow the rules of hygiene and distance to avoid another common lockdown.

 

"I am not asking for anything revolutionary," the prime minister told France Information Radio.

 

France has added Toulouse and Montpellier to the list of cities on high alert, meaning bars, casinos and exhibitions will be closed’ while restaurants, cinemas and museums will have to comply with strict health laws. The number of infections in the country rose by about 27,000 on Saturday.

 

Italian, check measures

Concerns about the economy eased on Monday when Italy's largest oil refinery in the Mediterranean, Saras Spa, agreed with the unions to lay off 1,378 workers in the first half of next year. Reduce the damage caused by epidemics. The company plans to operate its search refinery at a "technical minimum" level in October and November.

 

Prime Minister Joseph Conte is expected’ to order new measures targeting nightlife, social programs and amateur sports, while urging companies to promote remote working. Under the order, which could be issued’ late Monday evening, bars and restaurants could be closed until midnight, and people could be barred’ from gathering between 9am. And at 6 a.m. in the Vatican, four members of the Swiss Guard - who protect the pope - were placed’ in isolation over the weekend after a positive investigation.

 

In the Czech Republic - the worst per capita European country - the government intends to pass more stringent distance laws. Measures under consideration include further restrictions on outdoor gatherings, further restrictions on restaurant opening hours and a ban on the sale of alcohol. Finance Minister Alena Schillerova said the measures would be a "better version" of the quarantine government from March, but there was no lockdown.

 

After a 14-day increase in the number of incidents in Belgium, there were 100,000 inhabitants in 387 Kuwait-19, making the country the second largest in Europe. More than 10% of the tests performed last week yielded a positive result, the highest rate since the end of April. According to local media reports, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will announce tough measures on Tuesday evening.

 

In the United States, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ready to announce a new warning system that would impose more severe restrictions on millions of Britons in their daily lives. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van Tam warned of a similar situation before the nationwide lockdown began in March on Saturday.

 

Poland is considering whether to declare a state of emergency if matters begin to hamper the health system, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna newspaper quoted unnamed government figures as saying. The move will allow authorities to allocate healthcare workers to hospitals where they are most needed’ amid staff concerns. The number of respirators used in the country has increased by more than 80% in the last week.

 

In Portugal, for the first time, the spread of the virus reached the inner circle of government after a positive experiment by Science Minister Manuel Heather. Prime Minister Antonio Costa and other members of the government who were tested’ last night had negative results.

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