A French doctor warned on Monday that his country had “lost control of the Oh the virus outside is frightful but this yarn is so delightful Shirt, Hoodie, Tank top, Sweater disease”, a day after health authorities reported more than 52,000 new cases of coronavirus infection as countries across Europe more extensive restrictions to try to slow down the increased infection rate.
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Dr. Jean-François Delfraissy, chair of the scientific council advising the French government on the virus, said the country is in a “very difficult, even critical” situation.
“There are probably more than 50,000 new cases a day. Our estimate at the Science Council is close to 100,000 – double,” Delfraissy told RTL. “Between the people who were not tested and the asymptomatic patients, we were close to that number. This means the virus is spreading extremely fast.
Croatia, where the Oh the virus outside is frightful but this yarn is so delightful Shirt, Hoodie, Tank top, Sweater Minister of Tourism had a positive result over the weekend, is seeking help closer to home, calling on retired doctors and medical students to join the fight against the virus. Authorities are also preparing the main indoor arena in the capital city of Zagreb, as a potential temporary COVID-19 hospital as hospitals fill new coronavirus patients.
In Germany, the increase in coronaviruses has prompted Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party for the second time to delay a decision as to who should become its new leader – a decision pushed by pandemic from spring to month. 12.
An Arkansas state senator tested positive for coronavirus, a legislative leader said on Monday, the 7th virus case among lawmakers in the past week.
Sen. Cecile Bledsoe tested positive for the Oh the virus outside is frightful but this yarn is so delightful Shirt, Hoodie, Tank top, Sweater virus on Sunday, Senate President Jim Hendren said, marking the latest outbreak that brought last week’s budget hearings to a halt. Governor Asa Hutchinson last week restricted public appearance and meeting after contact with infected people. Since his exposure, he has tested negative for the virus several times. A schedule announced on Monday showed that Hutchinson had planned a press conference on Pinnacle Mountain at Two Rivers Park in Little Rock on Wednesday.
Arkansas has more than 106,000 probable and confirmed coronavirus infections and 1,812 people have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.