Beijing, November 27 (Xinhua)-The following is the latest information on the global battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bogotá-Colombia announced on Wednesday an extension of the state of emergency for three months until the end of February 2021 in an ongoing battle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The hygiene emergency will continue until February 28, 2021,” Colombian President Ivan Duque said in a nightly television show that viewers were alerted to safety measures to avoid crowds and a possible second outbreak. The media was told that he urged him to take it. There are more than 1.27 million confirmed cases in the country, with nearly 36,000 deaths.
Rome-Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport will pilot “COVID-tested” flights from three US airports, airport operators said Thursday.
According to an ADR statement, passengers on COVID-tested flights coming from New York, Newark, or Atlanta airports will be quarantined from December if the COVID-19 test is negative within 48 hours of departure and upon arrival at the airport. No need to. ..
SUVA-Samoa reported another COVID-19 case on Friday, bringing the total number of COVID-19 cases in the island nation to two.
According to Samoa Observer, Samoa’s director of health, Leausa Take Naseri, tested COVID-19 during quarantine on Friday after a 70-year-old Samoan man arrived in Samoa on a return flight from Auckland and Melbourne two weeks ago. He said he was positive. ..
Mexico City-Mexico’s Ministry of Health reported an additional 8,107 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, bringing the national number to 1,078,594.
The ministry said an additional 645 deaths were reported and the national total increased to 104,242.
Beijing-Mainland China said Thursday that no new domestically infected COVID-19 cases had been reported, and that all five newly confirmed cases had arrived from outside, the National Health Commission said Friday.
The Commission said in a daily report that three new import cases were reported in Shanghai and one each in Fujian and Shaanxi provinces on Thursday.
No new suspicious cases or new deaths associated with COVID-19 have been reported.
Samoa reports the second confirmed COVID-19 case
SourceSamoa reports the second confirmed COVID-19 case