Dr. Kon: The number of infected will grow; quarantine until mid-October
An increasingly complex epidemiological situation. The number of infected, deceased, but also the number of patients in hospital is growing.Source: B92
Also, due to the growing number of newly infected even among children, online classes have started in high schools in 40 cities and municipalities in Serbia. A member of the Crisis Staff, Dr Predrag Kon, estimated that the epidemiological situation in Serbia will worsen.
According to him, the number of infected people will increase in the next two weeks, because, as he stated, no effective measures are being taken to stabilize the situation and limit the transmission of the virus.
China races to squash new Covid-19 cluster among schoolchildren.— AFP News Agency (@AFP) September 14, 2021
Southern Chinese cities have closed schools and ordered testing for millions in race to curb a new Covid-19 outbreak https://t.co/S09J2VOUWT pic.twitter.com/Cm1TIskOKF
In KBC Dragiša Mišović, 125 patients in three days
The coordinator in the COVID hospital of the KBC, Dr Dragiša Mišović, Slavica Radovanović, stated today that a total of 125 COVID patients were hospitalized in that hospital in the last three days and that about 30 percent of the patients were vaccinated.
"Among the patients, we have 30 children, five pregnant women, and two of them were successfully delivered. We also have an equal number of men and women among the patients," she told RTS, commenting on the number of admitted patients from Friday until today.
Quarantine until mid-October
In the capital of Australia, the Canberra quarantine measure will be in force until mid-October. About 400.000 residents have already spent a month at home, after the discovery of a new hotbed of COVID-19 in the city. Local authorities want to limit the transmission of the virus and vaccinate as many people as possible. The new focus of the epidemic is limited, although it is a more contagious variant of the corona delta virus. 252 active cases and 276 cured were recorded. The vaccination campaign has accelerated in recent months, especially among the millions of people in the southeast of the country, where Sydney and Melbourne are the most populated cities.
The government of the Australian state of New South Wales said the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations slowed as first-dose coverage neared 80% and urged the unvaccinated to get shots soon or risk missing out on freedoms when curbs ease https://t.co/4B8ESLpAwN pic.twitter.com/Z52MMpn9uJ— Reuters (@Reuters) September 14, 2021