We have been relatively calm over the COVID-19 pandemic for many months. Mexico’s almost all states have given the go-ahead, and there has been a decline in hospitalizations, deaths, and new daily cases since several weeks. There are virtually no travel restrictions in Mexico, and public life has almost been restored to its former glory. Alternative school return did not show signs of infection and is expected to become mandatory. Large-scale events are also becoming a part of everyday life. This started with the Day of the Dead celebration and the Mexican Formula One Grand Prix. Now it is the Tecate Pa’l Norte Festival, and the CDMX is the capital of Corona. But Europe can’t say that.
Their infection rate has increased in Germany for the past month. An average of more than 37,000 cases per day last weekFrance is going through something less terrible, but it doesn’t look good either: In the last month, the average daily number of infections caused by the new coronavirus has doubled, From 4,600 to 9,500(New cases are older than 14,000 days. At least two weeks, an average of more than 5000 cases per dayHowever, it is far smaller than France and Germany. Untimely response has begun to the fourth wave in Europe’s new coronavirus pandemic. quarantine: Only for persons who have not been vaccinated. Holland is back Partial curfewThe store was shut down early, and spectators were not allowed to participate in sports events.
The world is worried about the situation in Europe. One, because what we witnessed in Europe a few weeks later started to be replicated in other parts of the world. After months of hopelessness, the hospital in Italy fell and the school was closed in March 2021 in Mexico. The pandemic center’s changes are a warning sign to the rest the world. This is especially true because there are different cycles of emergency situations around the globe.
Germany, on the other hand has always been a country of contrast. Examples to followImplementing public policies to reduce the devastation caused by this disease is a priority. The trend will reverse if the alert is reduced from afar.
The high COVID-19 vaccination rates in Europe are a major concern. They reached 68% of the fully-vaccinated population in Germany. This is the problem currently. It was almost exclusively people who did not get the covid-19 vaccination that caused the Teutonic Hospital to overflow and an increase in deaths and infections. Jens Spahn, the German Minister for Health, referred to the fourth-wave as “Unvaccinated epidemicsThis can be seen in countries like Portugal (90% vaccines), Spain (80%), and Iceland (76%). Did not record the same changesInfections have increased dramatically in the last few weeks.
However, not everyone is immune to Covid. This fourth wave of infections in Europe can be understood by those who have not yet been vaccinated. Experts agree that there are at least three factors responsible for the current rise in cases. The first is that although this is a severe health problem, it has been present for 19 months. It is not a seasonal condition. Low temperatures aid in spreading the virus and increase their likelihood of becoming infected. The countries located in the northern parts of Africa are likely to experience an upward trend first.
In second place, measures to stop the spread the new crown virus have been significantly relaxed over the past few months. The general blockade has disappeared from the government’s choice; for good reason, this is because it is becoming increasingly difficult economically and spiritually to maintain complete isolation during a state of emergency. The policy of continuous prevention and large-scale testing is not part of the relaxation of quarantine.
It seems that many European countries have stopped spreading the new crown virus, presumably to keep people calm. However, the crisis recurred in recent weeks. Germany’s September last election saw the outbreak of the new crown virus. This was due to the lack of a government platform. It is clear that there is a common misconception that the health crisis is over once vaccines are in place and the economy is recovering.
Cavalry is on the horizon
It’s not all bad news. There is a fourth wave in Europe of coronavirus infections, which could again threaten the global peace that we have experienced recently. The theory is that the last two years have taught us a lot and prepared us for the coronavirus rebound. This means that the current situation is not the same as 2020 when all of this happened to millions of people. Vaccines have been proven to reduce transmission risk and prevent infections in all countries. The nursing strategy must continue in the face the current pandemic.
It is clear that drugs have been developed to prevent death and hospitalizations caused by the coronavirus. A new turn in the pandemic, Europe and around the globe. Pfizer (Paxlovid), and Merck (molnupiravir), have data that is encouraging. Molnupiravir, which will be available in the UK starting next month, has a fair distribution system, which is expected to avoid the same fate as vaccines from rich countries.
This is the second confirmation of what we know already: The new crown virus pandemic. Although we don’t believe it yet, it is still happening in Germany. There is no other way but to give it the respect it deserves.