In many places, as countries reopen, covid-19 cases are on the rise. Here are the latest developments around the world:
“Significant Increases” in US Cases: Leading Infectious Disease Expert from U.SDr. Anthony Fauci said he is “very concerned” about the increase in cases in some parts of the country and said he would not be surprised if the US begins registering 100,000 new cases per day, given current trends.
Reopening plans suspended: At least 16 US states have suspended their reopening plans in response to a surge in new infections, but some health officials say the spread of the coronavirus it will be difficult to control. Experts have long warned that some states reopened too soon and too quickly, and that the move could lead to a rebound in cases.
Reopening of Tokyo Disneyland Parks: All Disney parks in Asia have been officially reopened, and Tokyo Disney Resort has welcomed visitors to its two theme parks since July 1. Both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea had been closed since the end of February due to the pandemic.
The president of Brazil does not have to wear a mask: a Brazilian court ruled that the president Jair Bolsonaro You can go without a mask in public without facing a potential fine. Brazil is the second country most affected by the virus in the world, with more than 1.4 million confirmed cases.
The UN Security Council will adopt the first ruling on covid-19: after months of disputes between the US and China, the UN Security Council is about to endorse its first ruling on covid-19, calling on countries to stop conflict until after the pandemic has been contained. China had previously objected because the US wanted to hold it responsible for the pandemic, while Washington had wanted to drop any mention of the World Health Organization.
American travelers, excluded from the EU: the Union European It agreed to allow travelers from 14 countries outside the bloc to visit EU countries, months after it closed its external borders in response to the pandemic. The list does not include the US, which does not meet the criteria established by the EU to be considered a “safe country”.