This is how the covid progresses in Europe: Interactive map

  • Austria decrees the confinement of the unvaccinated population and the Netherlands advances the closure of shops and bars

  • The United Kingdom and Italy study administering the third dose to those over 40 years of age

The new wave of infections, with the arrival of autumn and the drop in temperatures, is increasing. Thus, the covid is catching a new start on the European continent and some states such as Austria, Holland or Norway have been obliged to impose new restrictions.

This is how the covid progresses with the new wave of cases and hospitalizations: skyrocketing incidence and slowed down vaccination in Eastern Europe.

Europe in combat against the virus

Belgium It is one of the 10 European countries with an evolution, according to the latest weekly report of the European Center for Disease Control (ECDC), “very worrying” where the infections do not stop increasing.

The government of Netherlands ordered last friday advance closing of non-essential shops at 6:00 p.m. and hotels, supermarkets and pharmacies at 8:00 p.m. to stop the cases of covid, the day after the highest number of infections registered since the start of the pandemic in March 2020 .

Also, the pandemic is raging this fall in the countries of Eastern Europe. After Peru, the higher mortality rate in the world it is headed by Bulgaria, Bosnia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary and the Czech Republic. According to the ECDC, Poland, Croatia, Estonia and Slovenia are also in a “very worrying” situation.

Likewise, the health system of Bulgaria, the poorest country in the EU, is on the brink of collapse.

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Too, Germany has confirmed this Monday that the incidence of new covid cases accumulated in the last seven days per 100,000 inhabitants has broken the barrier of 300 points since this type of measurement is made.

France the non-mandatory mask in class has been reversed and now it is again. AND Portugal it is registering an increase in infections, daily deaths and hospitalizations.

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