Kovit: New record of pollution in Australia

Kovit: New record of pollution in Australia

Manan c. Updated August 11, 2021 at 11:26 AM Released August 10, 2021 at 11:26 am.

The health situation in Australia continues to deteriorate. Sydney and the state of New South Wales, but also Melbourne and the state of Victoria are now reorganized to try to control the epidemic, this new August 10 2021 Tuesday sets a new record.

The Health condition It seemed to improve In Australia Eventually goes in the opposite direction with a Sharp rise in new govt pollution. Questionable, now infamous and highly contagious Contrasting delta.

On August 5, the number of new infections reached its highest level in the country since the onset of the epidemic. 262 new infections in the state of New South Wales And especially in its main city, Sydney, Even though a new prison was implemented in the metropolis six weeks ago. 5 people in the last 24 hours in Sydney, not fully vaccinated.

This Tuesday August 10, 2021, Sydney And Status of New South Wales Registration a New pollution records, with 356 new pollutants, Bringing the state of New South Wales as a whole 5,805 new cases Since the beginning of this new wave, and 32 people died.

“Our strategy should be as close as possible to zero cases, but unfortunately we have seen an increase in this number in recent days.” Thus announced Prime Minister of the State, Gladys Perezglian.

In fact, the latter announced Extend control measures Around Sydney. Melbourne, The second largest city in the country, is currently experiencing a new and similar fate Sixth (!) Imprisonment People andState of Victoria.

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“None of us are happy to be here, none of us. There is no alternative to control. Alternatively we can avoid this race, our hospitals will be completely submerged. Not by hundreds of patients, but by thousands.” Agreed Don Andrews, Chief of State of Victoria.

When Only 20% of Australians have received two vaccines Against Govt, more than half of the country’s population is now subject to the new prison.

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