29 October 2020
Protest against COVID, warning signs of chaotic society While protests against government tightening measures are not just in Italy, in other European countries like Spain. Switzerland And the Czech Republic is protesting about it.
Clashes between police officers and protesters in Turin Northern italy Who are not satisfied with the government’s rigorous measures to block the COVID-19 outbreak. Until resulting in dozens of injured people together Is like a warning signal that tells the world that Protests of this kind may take place in other countries where people feel overwhelmed by the intense pressure the government has taken to avoid the second wave of the coronavirus outbreak. New species
Turin police say about 2,500 protesters protested tightening measures to stem the spread of COVID-19 into two main groups: restaurant owners and small businesses protesting. Peacefully The other group are extremist football fans of Juventus and Torino. Many of which have criminal records Extremist protesters were throwing stones and bottles at police. Along with setting fire to burn trash As police officers responded by shooting tear gas and arresting 10 perpetrators.
In addition to protests to express their displeasure over the tightening of government measures in Turin, There are still protests against government tight measures in Milan. Which police officers used tear gas to disperse protests
The Italian authorities adopted new social controls. Also known as mini lock down It is effective throughout Italy from Monday until at least Nov. 24.
The Italian Ministry of Health Yesterday’s statistics on COVID-19 (Oct. 28) said 21,994 new cases of the last 24 hours were the highest daily record. Since the first cases of the infection on Jan. 31, the cumulative number of cases has been increased to at least 564,778, 271,988 healed, 3,362 and at least 37,700 deaths, an increase of 221. people
But protests to express their displeasure with government-controlled measures are not just in Italy. In other European countries, there are also protests in Spain, Switzerland and Switzerland. And the Czech Republic While some European countries The epidemic situation has not improved. And increasing the risk of protests that create more disturbance to society
In France, for example, the French government recently signaled people to prepare for more stringent social measures, after within a single day 523 people died from COVID-19, the highest since late April. The past
France’s health ministry reports statistics on COVID-19 in the last 24 hours. The cumulative number of infectious agents numbered at least 1,198,695, an increase of 33,417, a 60% increase compared to the statistics of Tuesday, Oct. 20, which found 20,468 patients.
While the cumulative statistics of at least 112,716 people have recovered, an increase of 1,369 people. However, the cumulative statistics of deaths from COVID-19 In France there were at least 35,541 people, 523 more in a single day. The most since the 22 April the past, which France is still under strict lock-down measures.
Prime Minister Jean-Gaistez admits it is unable to control the second-wave epidemic crisis of COVID-19. And I urge all sectors in France to increase their cooperation to protect everyone’s lives. Along with seeing that additional measures may be enforced In addition to the curfew that now affects two thirds of the nation’s population. France’s national television and radio station is set to broadcast President Emmanuel Macron’s statement on Wednesday night, Oct. 28 local time.
Germany is another European country that is currently suffering from the COVID-19 epidemic. Violently On Oct. 24, it was reported that the death toll from the COVID-19 infection in Germany surpassed 10,000.
The Robert Koch Institute says Germany currently has COVID-19 cases. With more than 10,003 deaths and a cumulative total of 418,005 cases of HIV infection nationwide.
Institute president Lothar Weiler, Robert Koch, admitted that Germany was experiencing a severe COVID-19 epidemic and urged the people of the country to comply with the rules of spacing. Strict society In which Wheeler’s speech was aligned with Chancellor Angela Merkel. In an interview last week asking citizens to reduce contact, contact and social activity. They also asked to spend more in their homes in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
But Dr. Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO Public Health Emergency Program. (WHO) is optimistic that Europe is the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic. In this moment But believe that Europe still can control the outbreak And is not expected to return to the nationwide lockdown measures
According to Dr Ryan, during the past week, 46 percent of the global number of cases and deaths were in Europe. Europe is clearly the epicenter at this time. And warned that countries Be prepared to deal with the virus. That may require more stringent measures, such as strengthening travel orders and detention at home.
Only time will prove that How violent the protests against government measures in many countries are now becoming so severe and aggravated in society? Or there was a violent clash of police and protesters that turned into a bloody incident.