Mortuaries full: Coronavirus victims kept in trucks

California has distributed at least 166 refrigerated trucks for temporary mortuaries to deal with capacity shortages in overcrowded hospitals.


The US state of California is trying to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, but last week alone, 2.500 people died from COVID-19, far more than in any other state, and the morgues are full.

Growing number of infected was noticed even before Thanksgiving, after which the spread of the virus due to family gatherings only accelerated, but now California, after celebrating Christmas and New Year, is preparing for a new dramatic increase in the number of infected.


"Vaccine nationalism"

Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned again about the danger of "vaccine nationalism".

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Scientists in fear: Co-infection discovered

Scientists from the southern part of Brazil announced that they discovered two patients infected with two different strains of coronavirus at the same time.

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Fearing the domino effect

Annelies Verlinden expressed concern that violent protests in the Netherlands due to restrictive measures could cause similar riots in her country.

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