This news has been received from: cvbj.biz

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

Breaking News —

Bogotá, Jun 29 . .- The coronavirus is advancing without stop in Colombia towards 100,000 cases after confirming this Monday the authorities another 3,274 infections and 117 deaths, with the outbreaks concentrated in Bogotá and the departments of the Caribbean region where the pandemic spread.

multiply.

With today’s figures, the country accumulates 95,043 infections and 3,223 deaths (3.39%), while the recovered patients are 39,954, equivalent to 42%, and there are 51,707 active cases (54.40%), according to the bulletin of the Ministry of Health.

As has happened throughout June, Bogotá and the Atlántico department, and especially Barranquilla, its capital, today counted again the highest number of infections and deaths from the disease.

In the Colombian capital 1,392 new infected people were registered this Monday, and in the Atlantic, one of the smallest departments in the country, there were 729, almost half of them in Barranquilla.

There were also notable increases in Valle del Cauca (160), Bolívar (157), Antioquia (143), Nariño (123), Tolima (111), Córdoba (102) and Sucre (61).

Bogotá and Atlántico also lead the accumulated number of infected, with 29,320 and 22,777 cases respectively, followed by far by Valle del Cauca (9,628), Bolívar (8,949), Antioquia (4,232), Nariño (3,307), Cundinamarca (2,574), Amazonas (2,276), Magdalena (1,774), Chocó (1,452), Meta (1,229) and Sucre (1,153).

In Sucre, which is also part of the Caribbean region, COVID-19 has begun to spread rapidly and today recorded the unprecedented number of 12 deaths, all in Sincelejo, its capital.

However, the Atlantic had the highest number of deaths of the day, with 45, of which 26 were in Barranquilla and 14 in the neighboring town of Soledad, which is part of its metropolitan area.

Those figures, although high, are lower than those of the last four days when the Atlantic recorded 81, 73, 60 and 86 deaths daily.

Likewise, today there were a high number of deaths in Bogotá, with 25, and in the also Caribbean departments of Bolívar (13), Córdoba (6), La Guajira (4) and Magdalena (3).

The rest of the deaths took place in Valle del Cauca and Chocó, three in each, as well as in Amazonas, Cauca and Nariño, which added up to one.

According to the Colombian Government, there are 487 conglomerates with major outbreaks of COVID-19 in the country and today 17,609 tests were carried out, for a cumulative 743,437 tests carried out.

.

News Source: cvbj.biz

Why this area might seal Trumps 2020 destiny

Next News:

Thousands Take To The Streets In Serbia To Protest Weekend-Long COVID-19 Curfew

As the government imposed a weekend-long curfew in the Serbian capital of Belgrade in a bid to control the growing number of coronavirus cases in the country, angered citizens took to the streets to protest the decision on Tuesday evening, The Guardian reported.

Per the article, thousands of people thronged the parliament building in Belgrade, chanting anti-government slogans against the strict lockdown which the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced on Tuesday.

The protest was initially peaceful before a group of people tried entering the parliament building. As a result, the police intervened and started using force and tear gas to disperse the crowd — a move that turned the protest into a violent encounter between the law enforcement agencies and the people.

According to a police spokesperson, protesters responded to the use of force by throwing rocks, bottles, and other objects at officers deployed at the site and also set several vehicles ablaze, the report detailed. Some 17 protesters and 43 police personnel were injured during the protest, while about 23 people were taken into custody.

Despite the heavy police presence and tear gas, protesters are still at the streets of Belgrade. They are re-grouping around the Serbian parliament. Number of demonstrators were also arrested. pic.twitter.com/GKYnNucShB

— Balkan Insight (@BalkanInsight) July 7, 2020

As reported by the Serbian regional web portal European Western Balkans, Serbians were angry because of the situation created by the government in relation to the lockdown rules. To contain the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Eastern-European countries, Serbia imposed a lockdown in early March.

In the last week of May, however — a few weeks ahead of the June 21 parliamentary election that was won by Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party — the government suddenly lifted all lockdown restrictions, announcing that the virus had weakened in the country.

Sixteen days after the election, Vucic announced that a strict lockdown must be imposed again as the number of COVID-19 cases has surged in the country. According to the article, some local investigative media reports revealed that the government had deliberately eased the lockdown for the election and had concealed the actual number of coronavirus cases and deaths from the public.

Speaking with the prime ministers of Slovenia and Hungary during an online panel on Wednesday morning, President Vucic said that he had refused to impose a complete lockdown in the country a week ago. He did not mention anything related to the protest that had taken place on Tuesday evening.

“Seven days ago I thought to impose once again lockdown in the entire country,” President Vucic said, as quoted by The Guardian.

“If we would have done that, we would have no chance to survive economically, and we need to live with this, we need to take all precautionary measures but we need to keep on working very hard, just to protect our business community and our workers.”

Other News

  • OC Health Officials Report Over 1,333 New COVID-19 Cases, 7 Additional Deaths
  • Study: COVID-19 Test Results Undercount Nevada Case Numbers
  • Coronavirus Could Linger In Air Longer Than Originally Thought, Preliminary Research Finds
  • COVID-19: Long Island Sees Uptick In Positive Tests In Latest Three-Day Data
  • Illinois Sees 980 New Cases Of Coronavirus, Highest Number In A Month
  • Gov. Newsom Not Pleased As COVID-19 Cases Continue Spiking In California
  • Doctor: Compared To Other States, Colorados Cautious Approach Helps Keep Coronavirus Positivity Rate Low
  • Arizona Health Officials Report Virus Deaths Nearing 2,000
  • Deaths at home suggest coronavirus is hitting Houston harder than reported
  • Confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. reach 3 million
  • Colombias ELN rebels propose ceasefire during pandemic
  • United Airlines warns of 36,000 layoffs, nearly half its U.S. staff
  • Coronavirus In Minnesota: 463 More COVID-19 Cases Reported; 8 More Deaths
  • Native Americans from modern-day Colombia reached Polynesia around 1200AD on a Kon-Tiki-like voyage and colonised the area BEFORE European settlers reached Easter Island
  • A stunning number of COVID-19 cases have been linked to 40 religious events as churches push to reopen
  • Labrador Helps Colombian Store to Keep Distancing Measures
  • Labrador helps Colombian store to keep distancing measures
  • Colombia Coronavirus Lockdown Extended Until Aug. 1
  • Orange County Reports Over 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 Additional Deaths