George Floyd died when he was detained by the Minneapolis police and was a carrier of coronavirus infection. This is the conclusion of an independent forensic examination. However, he has no symptoms of COVID-19. Meanwhile, WHO head Tedros Adan Gebreyesus expressed concern about the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Central and South America.
Can avoid the second wave:
-As of June 4, 6,573,585 cases of COVID-19 have been discovered worldwide. 3 170 532 people were cured and 388 041 died.
-At the same time, 432,277 coronavirus cases were recorded in Russia. 5,215 people died and 195,957 patients recovered.
-Hans Kluge, Director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, said that if preliminary measures are taken, the second wave of COVID-19 can be avoided. He emphasized: “The good news is that after the first wave, we learned a lot.”
The epidemiological situation remains tense
According to the source, the epidemiological process in several regions of the world is still tense. According to the source, not all subjects can return to the hospital dedicated to fighting COVID-19 and work in the previous model.
The treatment at home can also cause complications. Therefore, if the patient develops high temperature on the third day of outpatient treatment, and “sickness worsens”, a compulsory hospitalization is required.
On June 4, the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation reported that volunteer soldiers who are preparing to test the COVID-19 vaccine have received in-depth medical examinations-including coronavirus testing. Soon, they will be sent to the disinfection area of the medical institution and tested there.
The Bishop’s Department of the Moscow Charity Federation said that in Moscow, the pastor was involved in about 400 patients with coronavirus and their relatives within two months. They stipulate that only specially trained priests in protective clothing can see a doctor.
Collective immunity has not developed
George Floyd was found due to an autopsy report issued by the Hennepin County Forensic Bureau in Minnesota. He died in US police detention and found COVID-19. However, forensic experts in Andrew Baker County did not name the new coronavirus as the cause of Freud’s death because the man was asymptomatic.
Until now, no country in Europe has received collective immunity to new coronavirus infection. This was reported by Catherine Smallwood, Senior Emergency Specialist, WHO Regional Office for Europe.
– WHO head Tedros Adan Gebreyesus said that the increase in the number of cases of coronavirus infection in Central and South America is causing serious concern. “There, many countries have witnessed a growing epidemic,” he said.
“Sweden should not have refused quarantine,” said Sweden’s chief epidemiologist Anders Tegnell in an interview with Sveriges Radio. He believes that many premature deaths of COVID-19 could have been prevented.