Le Premier ministre Nguyen Xuan Phuc a présidé le 1er décembre une réunion du gouvernement sur les mesures de prévention et de lutte contre le COVID-19.
Archive du jour : décembre 1, 2020
Selon le Comité national de pilotage pour la prévention et la lutte contre le COVID-19, le pays a détecté ce mardi quatre nouveaux cas d’infection au coronavirus. Le bilan national s’affiche à 1.351 cas.
Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike announced Tuesday evening that residents in the capital age 65 and over as well as those with pre-existing conditions should refrain from participating in the Go To Travel tourism promotion campaign.
The governor made the announcement shortly after a meeting with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
With the COVID-19 pandemic having challenged leaders worldwide to strike a balance between public health and the economy, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga seems to hold the view that any cure involving a loss of economic momentum would be worse than the disease itself.
An unprecedented pandemic, COVID-19 is currently hitting the world. After the initial outbreak in the city of Wuhan, Hubei province, COVID-19 is under control in China, with a few small waves caused by imported cases, of which have been stopped in China in 2–4 weeks, with between several cases and hundreds of cases per wave. We have seen clear peak–valley intervals with these small waves. It is crucial to understand why and how China has reached such success because it might help other countries. For COVID-19, we believe that active case finding at the community-level has been the key for China’s achievement. Since the 2003 outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), health-care reform in China has been focused squarely on community-level capacity building, which compares with countries where community surveillance systems are not ideal.