- Israel infection rate is 0.4%, 1 patient is found in more than 200 tests
In Israel, it will no longer be necessary to wear a mask in public after April 20. However, masks will be required in closed places. The government has taken this decision after a drastic reduction in the transition rate. On the other hand, schools and colleges have also been opened. Now there will be no control like Corona protocol. In Israel, with an estimated population of 9.3 million, 58% of people have been given both doses of the vaccine. By February 1, 20% of the population had been given both doses. The rate of transition then began to decline. The transition rate was 10% then, which is now 0.4%. That means one patient is being found in more than 200 tests. In India, on the other hand, 92 days after the start of vaccination, only 1.2% of the population has yet to be given both doses of the vaccine.
Israel announced last week that foreign tourists would be able to come to the country from May and be vaccinated. A total of 8.36 million cases of infection have been reported in Israel since the outbreak of the Corona epidemic last year, killing 6,331 patients. Since Israel began vaccination in December, serious cases and deaths have dropped and the economy has been allowed to fully open. However, the government has been criticized for slow vaccinations in the Israeli-controlled West Bank and Gaza.
Australia Corona Free
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday that Australia was almost corona-free. However, we will not be in a hurry to reopen our borders from March, 2020. Citizens who have been vaccinated can go abroad for necessary work but will have to be quarantined upon their return.
Mortality in Italy dropped by 14%
Corona’s transition situation is also improving in Italy. There has been a 2% reduction in weekly cases of corona and a 14% reduction in deaths. On the issue, the government has said that the lockdown will be delayed in many places from April 26, but in the meantime, people will have to abide by the Corona guideline.