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[Japon] Stricter COVID-19 measures to be implemented in Tokyo, Kyoto and Okinawa

Highly infectious strain of coronavirus first identified in the U.K. — N501Y — now accounts for a third of new infections
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday approved stricter measures to stamp out soaring coronavirus cases for Tokyo, Okinawa and Kyoto — effective Monday — as variants pose a fresh threat to a public already frazzled by monthslong restrictions.

Une femme portant un masque passe à côté du marché des fruits de mer de Huanan, à Wuhan, qui fut l’épicentre de la pandémie de Covid-19. © Hector Retamal / AFP 0

[Chine] Comment la Chine a-t-elle évité la deuxième vague de Covid-19 ?

La deuxième vague de la pandémie de Covid-19 a touché de plein fouet l’hémisphère nord, et les réponses politiques se multiplient. Dans certains pays, les dirigeants ont fait le choix d’un (re)confinement de la population, difficile à mettre en place du fait de ses conséquences économiques et psychologiques. Mais la situation n’est pas partout la même : elle semble notamment moins compliquée en Asie, et plus particulièrement en Chine, où la deuxième vague est inexistante à ce jour.

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[Hong Kong] Coronavirus: Hong Kong restricts gatherings to two people, civil servants to work from home

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced a new trove of Covid-19 measures on November 30, 2020, following a surge in coronavirus cases in the city. Lam said Hong Kong’s civil servants are to begin working from home on Wednesday, December 2, amid a worsening fourth wave of the coronavirus. Restrictions on both public gatherings and diners per table at local restaurants will be tightened to two people. Gyms, sports venues and beauty parlours will remain open, but swimming pools and other entertainment venues will be forced to close down. On November 30, the city recorded 76 new Covid-19 cases.

During the lockdown, the Chinese government never trusted people to set the terms of their own behavior, but it depended heavily on their willingness to work hard for various organizations that fought the coronavirus. © Zhang Kechun for The New Yorker 0

[Chine] How China Controlled the Coronavirus : Teaching and learning in Sichuan during the pandemic

Afew days before my return to classroom teaching at Sichuan University, I was biking across a deserted stretch of campus when I encountered a robot. The blocky machine stood about chest-high, on four wheels, not quite as long as a golf cart. In front was a T-shaped device that appeared to be some kind of sensor. The robot rolled past me, its electric motor humming. I turned around and tailed the thing at a distance of fifteen feet.

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