The Planners of COVID 19 Have Promised us a Dark Winter We Are Now Witnessing

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the Domino Start to Fall Next Stop Unless God intervenes, Welcoming the New World Order January 1, 2021, That Will Give Us One Full Year Into Tribulations. Can You Imagine What Year Seven Will Look Like, Hell on Earth, Mass Destruction, and Worshiping the Antichrist…

It’s obvious where this is headed, I continue to say Mr. Trump was God appointed, I’ll stand my grounds on that statement, that doesn’t mean Mr. Trump is going to save America, it means God has given the American people more time to turn back to the creator. The deep state folks are brutal, their cruel, there are no rules when these ungodly individuals come into power. Voices that have proclaimed the truth will be silenced, there will be a narrative, you will march to a drumbeat (NWO) that has been pre-arranged by the ungodly elitist, the Bushes, the Clintons, Obama you get the picture….SRH.

Hell on Earth, It’s Going to Get Real and Nowhere to Hide…

The same governments that barred you from your sister’s funeral, locked you out of Sunday service… have blessed the mightiest mass gatherings we have ever encountered(BLM, Antifa) Full Throttle Tribulations in Play

On or about December 25, 2019 MR. Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu had agreed that the proposed peace agreement would be acceptable, By January 1, 2020 the world was made aware of the peace plan. Netanyahu announced to the world February 1, 2020 that Pres. Trump’s peace plan would be accepted. Tribulations began January 1, 2020 as per the oral agreement between Trump and Netanyahu, of course there are those that will disagree, “Tribulation” will be the most ungodly time in human history so I would expect some pushback from soft Christians. SRH

God has sent them ( The Un-godly ) a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness” (2 Thessalonians 2:10-12). Simply put, God sends a strong delusion to those who chose not to believe the gospel of Christ. Those who take delight in mocking and rejecting Him, He will condemn.

It’s obvious where this is headed, I continue to say Mr. Trump was God appointed, I’ll stand my grounds on that statement, that doesn’t mean Mr. Trump is going to save America, it means God has given the American people more time to turn back to the creator. The deep state folks are brutal, their cruel, there are no rules when these ungodly individuals come into power. Voices that have proclaimed the truth will be silenced, there will be a narrative, you will march to a drumbeat (NWO) that has been pre-arranged by the ungodly elitist, the Bushes, the Clintons, Obama you get the picture….SRH.

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French COVID-19 Outbreak Accelerates At Record Pace; Yangon Locked Down As Cases Surge

Summary:

  • Myanmar locks down Yangon
  • France 7-day average tops 10k for first time
  • Irish cases surge
  • Gottlieb expects another outbreak in US
  • Ireland locks down Dublin
  • Madrid braces for lockdown
  • UK Health Secretary warns action coming
  • US outbreak slows to 41k new cases
  • California, New York cases accelerate
  • Germany sees cases decline
  • Belgium cases top 100k
  • Russia tops 6k again

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Update (1424ET): India’s outbreak continued unabated Sunday as the country reported 92,605 new cases,

After China locked down a border town, Myanmar imposed tighter restrictions on Yangon, its largest province, as the country’s outbreak worsens. Officials record 671 new cases, according to the Central Committee on COVID-19 Control led by de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

France’s daily coronavirus cases rose by 10,569 on Sunday, after surging to more than 13,000 twice in the highest daily increases since the national lockdown ended in May on Saturday. The move drove the seven-day average, which smooths out daily volatility, above 10,000 for the first time, as France’s outbreak accelerates more quickly than it did the first time around.

Ireland recorded 396 new cases on Sunday, the highest since mid-May, with about 2/3rds of the infections in Dublin. The capital city has just finished its first weekend in lockdown, as travel in and out of the city was restricted and indoor dining halted, among other restrictions.

Arizona’s new cases continued to slow after a two-day spike last week, with the state reporting 469 cases, a 0.2% rise, compared with an average 0.4% daily increase in the previous seven days, bringing its total to 214,018.

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After a series of days where the US added just under 50k new cases, the pace of the outbreak cooled notable on Saturday, with the US adding just 41,206 cases, a 0.6% rise, which is in line with the 7-day average. Another 693 people died, bringing the total to 199,258, just under 200,000.

Beneath the top-line data, however, the situation was markedly different: New York saw cases climb to the highest level since the early summer, when the outbreak was in the process of cooling.

California has also seen a slight increase, with the latest numbers climbing above the 14-day averages for both new cases and deaths.

The US just set a one-day record with over 1 million coronavirus diagnostic tests being performed, but the country needs 6 million to 10 million a day to bring outbreaks under control, according to various experts.

The state reported 4,304 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, compared wi14-day average of 3,350. The number of deaths increased by 100, compared with a 91 average. There have been 14,912 fatalities in all.

Over in Europe, nearly a million people in Madrid are bracing for a partial lockdown. Several hundred marched in protest as Spanish authorities seek to try and suppress the second wave.

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the UK has reached a “tipping point” where the country will soon take action to curb a resurgence in new cases, saying that national action is no inevitable.

It comes after Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon pushing for a pan-UK summit to hash out a new plan, the country reported 4,422 new cases on Saturday, the biggest daily increase since early May, and the latest daily jump north of 4k.

Germany posted 1,685 new cases on Saturday, a daily drop of 23% although levels are still the highest since April. The country has reported a total of 9,390 deaths, along with 241,125 recoveriesNearby, Belgium home to the seat of the EU finally saw its case tally top 100k as its outbreak accelerates.

AsFrance’s daily coronavirus cases surged to the highest since the national lockdown ended in May, another 13,498 cases were reported on Saturday, the second straight day north of 13,000. Though the country’s testing rate has also surged to as much as 5x the average from back in May.

In the Middle East, Iran reported another 183 deaths over the past 24 hours, the largest daily jump in five weeks, and the latest in a series of larger numbers.

New cases increased by 3,097, compared with 2,845 a day earlier, the latest Health Ministry data showed. The country has reported 24,301 deaths out of 422,140 cases.

Russia is also seeing higher rates of the virus, as it reported more than 6k cases for yet another day. Saturday’s tally was 6,148 new cases, the largest in two months. It brought the tally to 1,103,399, the fourth highest tally in the world, after the US, India and Brazil.

Australia reported 14 new cases on Sunday, its lowest daily total in 3 months following a strict lockdown that has elicited protests.

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Disproportionate force to push the protest into clickbait for the biased media. Decent society is under attack.

It’s obvious where this is headed, I continue to say Mr. Trump was God appointed, I’ll stand my grounds on that statement, that doesn’t mean Mr. Trump is going to save America, it means God has given the American people more time to turn back to the creator. The deep state folks are brutal, their cruel, there are no rules when these ungodly individuals come into power. Voices that have proclaimed the truth will be silenced, there will be a narrative, you will march to a drumbeat (NWO) that has been pre-arranged by the ungodly elitist, the Bushes, the Clintons, Obama you get the picture….SRH.

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Police Give Thousands of Fines Over Holiday for Closure Breaches, as Cases Mount

Cafe in Tel Aviv gets NIS 5,000 fine for opening; 3 more deaths take national toll to 1,229; major test for lockdown expected Sunday evening in latest anti-Netanyahu protests

  • Bicylcists ride their bikes in a park in Tel Aviv, on September 20, 2020 (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
  • Bicylcists ride their bikes in a park in Tel Aviv, on September 20, 2020 (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
  • The empty Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv, on September 20, 2020 (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
  • The empty Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv, on September 20, 2020 (Miriam Alster/Flash90)
  • Police at a temporary checkpoint outside Jerusalem's Old City on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
  • Police at a temporary checkpoint outside Jerusalem’s Old City on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
  • (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
  • An empty stretch of road on Route 1 is seen on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Yossi Aloni/Flash90)An empty stretch of road on Route 1 is seen on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Yossi Aloni/Flash90)
  • A Palestinian woman wearing a protective mask walks on an empty street lined with closed shops in Jerusalem's Old City, on September 19, 2020, amid a nationwide lockdown due to a spike in coronavirus infections. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • A Palestinian woman wearing a protective mask walks on an empty street lined with closed shops in Jerusalem’s Old City, on
  • September 19, 2020, amid a nationwide lockdown due to a spike in coronavirus infections. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • Police officers patrol on a beach as Israelis demonstrate in Tel Aviv against the nationwide coronavirus lockdown, on September 19, 2020. (Jack Guez/AFP)
  • Police officers patrol on a beach as Israelis demonstrate in Tel Aviv against the nationwide coronavirus lockdown, on September 19, 2020. (Jack Guez/AFP)
  • A picture taken from Beit Jala shows the Israeli checkpoint that links the West Bank city of Bethlehem to Jerusalem, after it was closed by the authorities in a bid to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, on September 19, 2020. (Hazem Bader/AFP)
  • A picture taken from Beit Jala shows the Israeli checkpoint that links the West Bank city of Bethlehem to Jerusalem, after it was
  • closed by the authorities in a bid to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, on September 19, 2020. (Hazem Bader/AFP)
  • Kite surfers and beachgoers are seen at a cordoned-off beach in Tel Aviv on September 19 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • Kite surfers and beachgoers are seen at a cordoned-off beach in Tel Aviv on September 19 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus
  • lockdown. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • A view of a nearly deserted Jaffa Street in Jerusalem on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
  • A view of a nearly deserted Jaffa Street in Jerusalem on September 19, 2020, during a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
  • Ultra-Orthodox Jews wearing protective masks walk on an empty street on their way to synagogue for the Rosh Hashanah prayers in Jerusalem, on September 19, 2020, amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • Ultra-Orthodox Jews wearing protective masks walk on an empty street on their way to synagogue for the Rosh Hashanah prayers in Jerusalem,
  • on September 19, 2020, amid a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • A Palestinian shop owner sits next to his merchandise on an otherwise empty street in Jerusalem's Old City, on September 19, 2020, amid a nationwide lockdown due to a spike in coronavirus infections. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)
  • A Palestinian shop owner sits next to his merchandise on an otherwise empty street in Jerusalem’s Old City, on September 19, 2020,
  • amid a nationwide lockdown due to a spike in coronavirus infections. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)

Sunday afternoon said they had handed out 2,802 fines over the past day for various infractions of lockdown rules and other coronavirus regulations, as Israel’s death toll rose by three and its case count by over 3,000.

Police said the majority of fines, 2,044, were given to people who ventured out over a kilometer from their homes without valid cause. Another 629 were given for failure to wear masks, 37 were handed out for breaking quarantine, 30 were given to businesses or other locations that opened against the rules, and other small numbers for various offenses.

A Tel Aviv cafe that opened in contravention of restrictions and was catering to some 50 customers was shut down by policemen, and its owner was given an NIS 5,000 ($1,460) fine.

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Meanwhile the Health Ministry reported three new coronavirus deaths since Saturday afternoon, with the national toll now at 1,229. It said Saturday saw 3,406 cases diagnosed — a drop from previous days, but one that was attributable to less testing over the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Positive rates remained high, with 8.9 percent of tests returning positive out of 38,110 conducted.

Israel had a total of 185,490 cases Sunday of which 50,749 are active. Of those sick, 607 were in serious condition (153 of them on ventilators) and 257 were in moderate condition. The rest had mild or no symptoms.

Police have said the public has so far largely adhered to restrictions that came into effect Friday afternoon, in the government’s latest effort to curb the surging pandemic. The closure will remain in effect for at least three weeks. Israel, which has one of the highest infection rates in the world, became the first advanced country to order a second lockdown to fight the pandemic.

The new lockdown is more permissive than the weeks-long closure imposed earlier this year, with numerous exceptions to the rules, including allowances for prayers during the holiday period and solitary sports activities.The empty Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv, on September 20, 2020 (Miriam Alster/Flash90)

A major test for the new restrictions was expected Sunday night, when the latest demonstrations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were expected to take place outside his official residence in Jerusalem. Recent months have seen demonstrations against Netanyahu several times a week, though the largest have been on Saturdays. This week the main demonstration was put off to Sunday to coincide with the end of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.

Police on Friday said demonstrators would need to divide into “clusters” of 20 to adhere to new regulations, with social distance within and between the clusters. They said they would expand the area in which demonstrators will be allowed to congregate near the premier’s residence in order to allow this.

The Black Flags group, one of the main groups behind the protests, announced last week that it would cease its demonstrations for the duration of the lockdown. However other protest groups have said they will press on.

Netanyahu and his supporters have claimed the protests are a major vector of infections, though health officials have said no cases have been traced back to the rallies so far.

While the government was praised for its initial handling of the pandemic, implementing a strict lockdown in March, many Israelis have expressed frustration at the prime minister and the cabinet’s perceived mismanagement of the health crisis in recent months. Source: timesofisrael

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France Suffers Another Daily COVID-19 Record As New York Reports Most Cases Since Early June: Live Updates

Summary:

  • As COVID cases rise, mortality falls
  • California suffers 100 new COVID deaths
  • Arizona surge eases
  • ULK cases top 4k for 2nd day
  • NY reports most new cases since early June
  • US on track for second day of 49k cases
  • US reports nearly 50k cases
  • France sees sudden jump in deaths
  • Russia tops 6k new cases for first time since mid-July
  • UK PM considers whether to “go further” with new restrictions
  • Indonesia reports record jump in new cases

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Update (1645ET): Some of the biggest COVID-19 news out of the US and Europe on Saturday is coming out of California and France. In the Golden State, new cases came in slightly above the 14-day average: The state reported 4,304 new coronavirus cases, compared with the 14-day average of 3,350. The state reported 100 new deaths, compared with 91 yesterday. California has counted a total of 14,912 cases.

France’s daily coronavirus cases surged to the highest since the national lockdown ended in May. Another 13,498 cases were reported on Saturday, the second straight day of 13,000+ new cases. The higher numbers reflect increased testing to a degree, as the country runs 5x the number of tests seen in May.

New York reported 986 cases, the most since early June, while Arizona’s recent spike tapered as the state added 610 infections, compared with double that number reported Friday and nearly triple the day before. The 0.3% rise on Saturday was slightly less than the average 0.4% daily increase of the previous seven days. Total cases are now 213,551. The death toll declined to 16, the lowest in five days, for a total of 5,467.

Finally, in the UK, officials reported 4,422 new cases on Saturday, reporting the most new infections since May 8 for the second day. Another 27 people died.

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Update (1615ET): Early readings on the number of new COVID-19 cases reported Saturday suggests that the US outbreak has continued to accelerate, with another daily reading just shy of 50k new cases. Reuters reported an increase of 49,575 cases bringing the total to 6,706,374. The number of deaths in the US increased by 983 to 198,099, placing it even closer to the 200k threshold.

While the number of confirmed cases appears to be accelerating in the US and Europe, around the world, the number of deaths from the virus has remained subdued. As Bloomberg reports, since COVID-19 first arrived in the US, doctors have gone from “fumbling in the dark” to developing a better understanding of which drugs work.

They’ve also learned new techniques, and discovered some early misconceptions may have had deadly consequences. For example, doctors have learned not to place patients on ventilators so quickly.

“Health-care preparedness today is much better than it was in February and March,” Badley said in an interview. “We have better and more rapid access to diagnosis. We have more knowledge about what drugs to use and what drugs not to use. We have more experimental treatments available. All of those contribute to possible improvements in the mortality rate.”

Treating patients with steroids or blood thinners early on can also help, doctors have found, as can positioning patients on their stomachs, a technique known as prone positioning.

The report comes one day after the EU’s medical regulator, the EMA, endorsed dexamethasone as the EU’s second approved treatment for COVID-19.

Globally, some 230k+ new COVID-19 cases were confirmed yesterday. We’re still waiting for the initial reading on Saturday’s number.

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US cases accelerated again on Friday, with the US adding nearly 50k, or 49,299 new cases (+0.7%), bringing the total for the country to 6,688,827. However , the spike appears to be driven largely by an increase in testing rates, as schools reopen, and states including Texas and Hawaii roll back more social distancing restrictions.

The 0.7% increase is slightly higher than the 7-day average of +0.6% for the daily spike, according to Bloomberg.

Outbreaks are flaring in states across the Midwest including Wisconsin, Missouri and the Dakotas, while some states that have gotten outbreaks under control have seen cases edge higher again. Still, the US outbreak has slowed substantially from its springtime peak.

Globally, cases topped 30 million earlier this week, with the global death toll rapidly closing in on the 1 millions mark. Meanwhile, deaths in the US are right around 200,000 (depending on whose numbers one uses). The chart above, courtesy of the Atlantic’s COVID-19 Tracking Project, includes all probable and confirmed cases.

As the situation worsens in Europe, Germany added more than 2,000 new cases for the second consecutive day. Germany added 2,179 cases on Friday as infections increasing at a pace not seen since April.

In Southeast Asia, Indonesia reported another daily record on Saturday, recording 4,168 new infections, bringing the total figure to 240,687. The death toll, meanwhile, has hit 9,448.

The health ministry reported a sudden jump in the country’s COVID-19 death toll on Friday, reporting 154 new deaths, bringing its total to 31,249. That’s a four-month high in the daily death, according to Reuters, and triple the level of daily deaths from the last three weeks.

That figure included 76 deaths registered in a hospital near Paris, according to an explanatory note issued online by Santé Publique France, the French health agency. This isn’t the first time the country has retroactively added a bunch of deaths all at once, leading to several massive spikes in the country’s daily totals, which must be explained.

“This data catch-up concerns 237 admission files, including 76 deaths…which explains the increase in the number of deaths reported to date,” the health agency said.

Rising daily totals in the UK have prompted London Mayor Sadiq Khan to consider a “local” lockdown, even though the city’s downtown streets remain mostly empty. An upsurge of cases in the UK prompted Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon to request an emergency four-way meeting of the constituent countries to coordinate their policy response. UK PM Boris Johnson said that he’s weighing whether to “go further” with new COVID-19 restrictions.

Further east, Russia reported 6,065 new cases, the first time the country has topped the 6k mark since July 19.

Finally, Argentina extended a nation-wide lockdown to Oct. 11, allowing provincial authorities to determine the specific measures. As Argentina struggles, Brazil continued to report nearly 40k new cases (39,797 to be exact), bringing the total to almost 4.5 million, while deaths increased by 858 to 135,793.

President Jair Bolsonaro responded to the news by proclaiming that “stay-at-home is for weak people,” during an event in Mato Grosso state.

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“Trying To Break Us Down”: Mass Protests Hit Israel As 2nd Nationwide Lockdown Takes Effect

As Israel’s second nationwide mandatory lockdown went into effect on Friday, hundreds took the streets in Tel Aviv to protest what citizens complain is unnecessary government overreach which will only harm businesses while achieving little positive effect.

Israel’s Health ministry cited a recent spike in COVID-19 cases in making the argument last week that a new national lockdown is warranted; however, government ministers concerned about the devastating impact on small businesses as well as freedom of worship clashed with factions pushing the new lockdown.

Tel Aviv bars rebrand as synagogues to protest virus lockdown rules

The entire country has been declared a ‘hot zone’ and the lockdown took effect by Friday afternoon, just before the the start of Rosh Hashanah, the two day festive celebration marking the Jewish New Year. 

It comes as new infections have risen 5,000 on some days, bringing the country to over 175,000 cases including 1,160 deaths.

The mainstay of the protests began Thursday night:

Hundreds of Israelis protested in Tel Aviv late Thursday against a second nationwide lockdown to combat Israel’s surging coronavirus outbreak.

“The economy is in free-fall, people are losing their jobs, they’re depressed,” said Yael, one of between 300 and 400 demonstrators at Habima Square.

And a recently laid off protester told The Times of Israel

“And all this for what? For nothing!”

Ironically, though schools and business have been shuttered for at least two weeks starting Friday the government has said demonstrations still remain legal, so it’s expected more will pop up especially as the lockdown takes an economic toll, fueling resentment at the entire population being forced into quarantine. 

Restaurants especially have been hit hard during the prior pandemic lockdown

Protest groups in downtown Tel Aviv decried that it was all a ploy of Prime Minister Netanyahu, designed to ensure his personal political survival by continuing to sell fear, especially as he’s still facing serious corruption charges.

“The shutdown is in order to turn us into submissive, suppressed sheep,” one protester told Russia’s RT. She argued that ultimately the new measures are “to try to break us down.”

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The Plandemic Has Been Designed to Make Society Suffer, They Know If They Crush Society They Will Be Able to Implement the New World Order, the Alternative Would Be FEMA Food Lines, Satan Soldiers Billionaire Financier George Soros  in Full Stride…

Here are the countries and territories that have implemented mandatory mass quarantines so far — and how some of them are beginning to open up.

After 102 days with no coronavirus cases in New Zealand, a new outbreak has led to increased lockdown measures.

jacinda ardern
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. 

A stage three lockdown in the city of Auckland has been extended through Sunday, according to the Guardian.

The Guardian reports that 101 people in the city have been infected, and residents may only leave their homes for essentials. 

“If it feels hard — that’s because it has been,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, according to the Guardian. “But let’s also remember, in a world where 2020 has frankly been terrible, we are strong, we have been kind, and we are doing really well.”

Germany is pausing easing restrictions further.

Angela Merkel
Chancellor Angela Merkel. 

On August 18, Chancellor Angela Merkel paused easing restrictions any further as cases rise.

Schools there have reopened. While 38 schools in the capital of Berlin have had to set students and teachers home due to coronavirus cases, tests there have shown no evidence so far of anyone contracting the virus at school, according to CBS News.

Additionally, according to Reuters, the state of Bavaria did not initially inform 949 people returning from abroad that they tested positive for the coronavirus; two weeks after testing, they were able to track down 903 of them.

Oktoberfest is canceled.

India reopened many public spaces on June 8. Cases there trail only the US and Brazil, but some schools may begin to reopen on September 1.

narendra modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

On June 8, restaurants, offices, malls, and places of worship could reopen, according to the BBC. Cases there trail only the US and Brazil in number of infections. 

Schools may reopen on September 1 in phases, with seniors returning to the classroom first, the Times of India reports.

The Taj Mahal will remain closed for the time being, per the National Herald.

According to CNN, research from India’s National Center for Disease Control “suggests that nearly one in four residents in Delhi have contracted the virus.” The Scientific American writes that “India Is in Denial about the COVID-19 Crisis.”

Domestic flights began to resume on May 25, Science Magazine reports.

Brazil’s infection numbers have surpassed Spain and Italy, but President Jair Bolsonaro has not instituted a lockdown.

A collective burial of people that have passed away due to the coronavirus disease (COVID 19), is seen at the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Brazil April 23, 2020..JPG
A mass burial of people that have passed away due to the coronavirus is seen at the Parque Taruma cemetery in Manaus, Brazil April 23, 2020. 

Brazil trails only the US in its number of infections and deaths.

According to Reuters, Indigenous protesters blocked a major highway on August 17 to demand better protections from the virus.

A group that represents over 1 million medical professionals has accused President Jair Bolsonaro of a crime against humanity and filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court, according to NPR.

Jair Bolsonaro has downplayed the pandemic and even encouraged anti-lockdown protesters — and he has argued with governors who imposed stay-at-home orders. A federal judge ordered him to wear a face mask in public. He later tested positive for the coronavirus; two other government ministers have also tested positive, according to NPR.

As of Tuesday, Brazil had 3,622,861 infections and 115,309 deaths.

While hit hard, Spain is beginning to reopen. It ended its state of emergency on June 21.

A passenger receives a face mask distributed by a red cross volunteer at the main train station in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Face mask distribution in train and bus stations continue as factory and construction workers resume their activities in roughly half of Spanish regions emerging from the Easter holiday period. Spain's left-wing Cabinet is expected to pass new measures to aide smaller business and the self-employed affected by the freezing of economic activity. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
A passenger receives a face mask distributed by a red cross volunteer at the main train station in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, April 14, 2020. 

Spain, which was initially hard hit but had seen success in containing the virus, is seeing a new wave of infections.

According to NPR, nightclubs have now been closed, and restaurants and bars will have to close by 1:00 a.m. The Guardian reports that unions for primary care workers in Madrid warned that the system is on the “edge of collapse.”

Protesters have demonstrated against new public mask mandates.

The country has had more than 28,872 deaths and 405,436 cases as of Tuesday.

In South Korea, restrictions tightened on Sunday following a rise in cases.

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People relax at the Cheonggye Stream as daily life is slowly returning to normal amid a lifting of restrictions in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, May 7, 2020. 

Nightclubs, churches, and buffet restaurants were ordered shut down on Sunday, according to Euronews. Sports teams can also no longer sell tickets to fans.

Schools fully reopened on June 8, with the oldest grades returning to the classroom. However, following the rise in cases, schools in Seoul have returned to remote learning.

Iran has begun to reopen its major highways and stores, as well as mosques.

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. 

Iran, which was hit early with a severe coronavirus outbreak, has started to reopen its capital, major highways, and stores.

According to Yahoo News, an Iranian newspaper was reportedly shut down after quoting a former member of the country’s coronavirus task force saying that the actual number of cases and deaths could be 20 times higher than official reports.

BBC News reports that indoor gatherings have been banned as the holy month of Muharram started on August 20, and some restrictions were reinstated in Tehran.

As of Tuesday, the country had 363,363 infections and 20,901 deaths

Italy has introduced new measures for the first time since its lockdown ended.

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A man wears a face mask in a nearly deserted town square in Catania, Italy, on March 10, 2020. 

On August 17, Italy put in place new restrictions for the first time since exiting lockdown, the Washington Post reports.

Nightclubs will close, and those participating in nightlife will have to wear masks both indoors and outdoors.

However, the country’s health minister said on Sunday that the government is not considering a new national lockdown, according to Reuters.

At least 260,298 people have been infected, and 35,441 have died from the coronavirus in Italy as of Tuesday.

In the UK, shops and retail reopened on June 15, and casinos and theaters are now able to reopen.

Boris Johnson
Prime Minister Boris Johnson. 

Bowling alleys, theaters, and casinos could reopen on August 15, according to the Guardian. Live music venues can also reopen.

Shops and retail reopened on June 15, drawing long lines. Pubs, restaurants, hotels, and hairdressers reopened on July 4.

Dentists could reopen on June 8. Primary schools and nurseries reopened on June 1, as well as outdoor markets.

Some schools will begin to reopen on Wednesday, according to BBC News.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized and spent three nights in intensive care for the coronavirus. He was discharged on April 12. “The NHS saved my life,” he said

Lithuania is turning its capital into an open-air cafe.

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People wearing face masks to protect themselves against the spread of the new coronavirus queue up to buy coffee at a shop in Vilnius, Lithuania, Saturday, April 25, 2020. 

Shops, open-air restaurants, and malls are allowed to reopen. The country’s capital, Vilnius, has been converted into an open-air cafe so that nearby restaurants can appropriately distance their tables, a measure that has been both praised and criticized by locals.

To ensure that social distancing is enforced for indoor dining, mannequins decked out in designer clothes have been placed at tables.

On March 30, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban gained the power to rule by decree indefinitely and suspended elections — which finally came to an end in June. The country has started to ease restrictions.

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. 

The bill was passed 137 to 53 in parliament. While opposition asked for a time limit, but the prime minister’s ruling party was able to pass through the bill without changes. Those emergency powers were finally lifted at the end of June.

Business Insider’s Ashley Collman reported that Orban has previously been scrutinized for his usage of governmental powers, such as announcing a 2015 state of emergency over mass migration from Syria. That state of emergency still has not ended.

Coffee shops, restaurants, and hotels have gradually reopened. Open-air events — like sports — are permitted with spectators in one out of every four seats.

In-person classroom teaching can resume on September 1, according to Hungary Today.

Singapore began a phased reopening.

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. 

Schools have reopened with a combination of in-person and virtual learning, and employees may return to work, although they are encouraged to work from home.

On June 19, pools, shops, and parks could reopen. Tourism attractions — like Madame Tussaud’s and Universal Studios Singapore — could reopen on July 1, and some resorts have begun to further reopen.

The Singapore-Malaysia border has now reopened.

Dubai has begun to slowly reopen.

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United Arab Emirates’ Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum. 

In Dubai, gyms, movie theaters, childcare centers, and retailers can open with a limited capacity, CNBC reports. Malls and private businesses have reopened, as well as water parks. It reopened for international tourists on July 7.

According to Gulf News, schools will reopen for in-person learning, but must offer 100% remote learning for parents who want it. Classes will begin on August 30.

Previously, it was forbidden to leave for exercise or even dog walks — and a police permit was required for every trip outdoors.

Panama and Peru both implemented measures restricting the days that citizens could be outside by gender, although both are now reopening.

Panama's new President Laurentino Cortizo gestures after addressing the audience during his inauguration ceremony, in Panama City, Panama July 1, 2019. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano
Panama’s President Laurentino Cortizo. 

In Panama, more businesses — as well as churches, hair salons, and stores — were allowed to reopen last week, according to VOA News. A study of its gendered lockdown experiment found that women seemed to be more willing to comply with lockdown measures, The Telegraph reports.

In Peru, police blockaded a highway and launched tear gas into crowds attempting to flee Lima during the lockdown, the Guardian reported. On Wednesday, family gatherings were banned and five more regions — making a total of 15 — were put on lockdown, according to US News & World Report.

Thailand has reopened schools, restaurants, and bars.

Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha arrives at a weekly cabinet meeting at the Government House in Bangkok, Thailand, May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha. 

Thailand reopened schools, bars, and restaurants on July 1, according to the Straits Times. Pubs, massage parlors, and concerts had already reopened. According to VICE, the country may not reopen for international tourism until 2021.

The Phuket airport has reopened for domestic flights.

Russia eased restrictions and partially reopened borders, and is the first country to approve a vaccine.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

Moscow’s lockdown restrictions eased on June 8, and the country has partially reopened its borders, Reuters reports. Moscow’s final set of restrictions lifted on June 22. Different regions can decide when to reopen their restaurants, cafes, and hotels.

Russia is the first country to approve a coronavirus vaccine. The US reportedly declined offers from the country to help produce a vaccine due to lack of trust.

Russia previously closed its borders and canceled any international flights except for those bringing Russians home, CNN International reported.

South Africa has eased restrictions, although cases are now surging.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa. 

On August 17, almost all restrictions in South Africa’s strict lockdown were eased, according to BBC News. Cinemas are set to reopen this weekend, per The Indian Express.

The country had originally gradually eased measures in June, but then reinstated them as cases rose.

The country will be closed for international tourism until February 2021.

Saudi Arabia has eased restrictions on mosques.

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King Salman of Saudi Arabia. 

Mosques have reopened for socially distanced worship, and curfews across the country eased on May 31 — except in Mecca. All curfews have been lifted, and all economic and commercial activities are allowed to resume. Some US diplomats reportedly left after a surge in cases.

Minister for Hajj and Umrah Mohammed Saleh Benten previously asked that Muslims delay preparations for July’s annual Hajj pilgrimage. A smaller pilgrimage of around 1,000 Muslims began on July 29, according to CNN.

In Colombia, two cities will move out of lockdown.

Colombia's President Ivan Duque speaks during an interview with Reuters in Cartagena, Colombia January 15, 2020. REUTERS/Javier Andres Rojas
President Ivan Duque. 

Lockdowns in Bogota and Medellin are now lifting, according to Colombia Reports. However, a national state of emergency has been extended.

In Australia, Melbourne is under lockdown.

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. 

The country is facing a new wave of infections, and a strict lockdown in Melbourne will continue through September 13, according to the Guardian. There is now an 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew in place.  

States there have varying measures. The country had early success with its virus containment strategy, but has recently seen an increase in deaths, according to BBC News.

China implemented what was then the largest quarantine in human history to contain the coronavirus, locking down at least 16 cities at the end of January. The lockdown on Wuhan ended on April 8.

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A man crosses an empty highway on February 3, 2020, in Wuhan. 

Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, went into a “wartime lockdown” on July 19, according to CNN, but a massive “testing blitz” has helped bring the surge under control. The Global Times reports that, while the city has had not confirmed cases for the past two days, it remains under lockdown. Per The Guardian, some have taken to posting online about harsh lockdown conditions.

On May 11, the city of Wuhan ordered that all 11 million residents be tested for coronavirus after six new cases were reported, ending the city’s 35-day streak of no new infections. In two weeks, 6.5 million were tested.

At its peak, China’s quarantine spanned at least 20 provinces and regions, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Jordan reopened mosques and churches. It is now seeing a rise in cases.

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Jordan’s King Abdullah II, accompanied by President Donald Trump. 

On June 6, Jordan’s economy was allowed to reopenThe Al-Monitor reports that its international airport will reopen in August.

Mosques in Jordan could reopen on June 5, and churches reopened on June 7. Hotels and cafes could also reopen.

Following a rise in cases, curfews will be extended starting Tuesday, according to Arab News; restaurants have to close at 10 p.m., with curfews lasting from 11 p.m. to 6 p.m. Additionally, starting Friday, there will be 24-hour curfews in Zarqa and Amman.

Argentina went into a “preventative and compulsory” lockdown on March 21.

An Argentinian official wears a face mask as he stands guard at the Horcones border crossing in Mendoza, Argentina, after the two countries restricted control at their borders coronavirus on March 18, 2020.
An Argentinian official wears a face mask as he stands guard at the Horcones border crossing in Mendoza, Argentina, after the two countries restricted control at their borders as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus, on March 18, 2020. 

Reuters reports that the government announced its first stage of easing restrictions on July 17, although cases continued to increase. Stricter measures in capital Bogota will continue through August 31, according to Reuters.

The country has banned all commercial flight sales through September 1, the BBC reports.

Israel may go back on lockdown for the Jewish High Holy Days.

FILE PHOTO: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he delivers a speech at his Jerusalem office, regarding the new measures that will be taken to fight the coronavirus, March 14, 2020. Gali Tibbon/Pool via REUTERS
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 

The country is facing a new surge of infections, and could potentially go into another lockdown, according to the Jerusalem Post. Schools are still set to reopen on September 1.

According to Reuters, Siegal Sadetzki, the country’s public health director, quit as cases spiked; she said the economy had reopened too quickly.

And, according to the Jerusalem Post, the country’s coronavirus czar will reportedly recommend a lockdown during the High Holy Days; the coronavirus cabinet will meet next Monday to decide upon a potential holiday lockdown.

In Belgium, shops and schools are open. Citizens can now have an “expanded personal bubble.”

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A man walks with his luggage through the almost empty railway station, after Belgium imposed a lockdown to slow down the spread of COVID-19, in Antwerp, Belgium on March 18, 2020. 

Following a surge in cases, the amount of people that citizens can have contact with has been reduced, along with the capacity for indoor and outdoor events. Pediatricians are urging the country to fully reopen schools in September, according to the Brussels Times.

Belgium reopened borders with EU countries on June 15.

On June 8, Belgian citizens could have an “expanded personal bubble,” where they’re allowed to have contact with 10 people a week, The Independent reports.

Schools could open on May 18 with strict distancing between children and reduced class sizes, and all stores were allowed to reopen on May 11 with virus-related restrictions, BBC News reports. Restaurants and bars began to open on June 8.

Euronews reports that everyone over the age of 12 will have to wear a mask on public transport; the government has pledged free masks to all citizens.

Malaysia reopened almost all economic activity starting June 10.

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A man wearing a protective mask walks down the stairs of a mosque following the outbreak of coronavirus, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on March 16, 2020. 

On June 10, restrictions on educational, social, and recreational activities eased, the Jakarta Post reports. Schools began to reopen in stages starting June 24. The border with Singapore has reopened.

The majority of businesses in the country could already reopen, Al Jazeera reports. Cafes and restaurants must practice social distancing and record those who eat there. 

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, over 21,000 violators have been arrested since the lockdown began. 

The Czech Republic has seen a rise in cases.

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A man wearing protective suit walks across the Old Town Square, as the Czech government shut most shops and restaurants for 10 days as part of measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus, in Prague, Czech Republic, March 14, 2020. 

Following a rise in cases, residents will now have to wear face masks at indoor events with over 100 people, according to Reuters.

Universities have already reopened, as have some stores, libraries, and fitness centers. According to Reuters, local cases are spiking, and some restrictions have been increased in the northeast.

Hairdressers, shopping centers, and beer gardens have reopened, as have restaurants, theaters, and hotels.

On June 5, borders with Germany, Austria, and Hungary reopened.

France reopened bars, restaurants, and cafes.

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Tables and chairs are seen on the terrace of closed restaurant after France’s Prime Minister announced the closure of cafes, restaurants, cinemas, nightclubs and shops due to the coronavirus pandemic, in Vannes, March 15, 2020. 

Cafes and restaurants can fully reopen, NPR reportedThe Louvre has reopened with limited online reservations.

Following a rise in cases, mask wearing has become mandatory in more areas of the country, according to The New York Times.

On June 2, restaurants, bars, and cafes reopened for outdoor dining, as well as parks and gardens, Euronews reports. Secondary schools and high schools can also reopen, and nursery schools, primary schools, and junior high schools reopened with mandatory attendance on June 22.

Morocco has stopped domestic travel into several major cities.

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A tourist sleeps on the floor while waiting to be repatriated, as Morocco suspends flights to European countries, at Marrakesh airport, Morocco, March 14, 2020. 

Following an ease in restrictions and a rise in cases, the country stopped allowing people to enter and exit several major cities at the end of July, Reuters reports.

Additionally, King Mohammed VI said on Thursday that the country could return to a complete lockdown, according to Reuters.

On June 11, shops, local commerce, and industries reopened. Domestic flights could resume on June 25.

The government has arrested at least a dozen people for spreading false coronavirus news, according to US News & World Report

Schools in Kenya won’t reopen until September.

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Kenyan health workers dressed in protective suits walk after disinfecting the residence where Kenya’s first confirmed coronavirus patient was staying, in the town of Rongai near Nairobi, Kenya, March 14, 2020. 

Pubs and restaurants are allowed to reopen, although schools won’t resume until SeptemberAl Jazeera reports that a phased reopening of the country began July 6, and international flights were set to resume on August 1.

“I want to assure you that my administration is at the forefront of managing this pandemic,” President Uhuru Kenyatta said, according to Al Jazeera.

The Washington Post reports that Kenyan police have killed at least 12 people enforcing a dusk-to-dawn curfew.

Poland has mostly reopened, although some restrictions have been imposed following a spike in cases.

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A medical official wearing protective gear stands outside an emergency tent, which was installed for patients infected by the coronavirus near a hospital in Czestochowa, Poland, March 11, 2020. 

Clubs, theaters, and fitness clubs were allowed to reopen on June 6, The First News reports. The country opened for EU tourism on June 13.

Hotels, outdoor sports venues, and shopping centers are allowed to reopen, according to the Irish Times. Libraries, art galleries, and museums will also reopen on a “partial basis,” and preschools can reopen.

However, as cases rise, cinemas, gyms, sporting events, and concerts have been banned in some counties, according to Reuters.

Per Reuters, the country is also still moving forward with school reopenings, even as cases rise.

Kuwait is under a curfew, and some areas remain locked down.

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Kuwait International Airport. 

Kuwait entered phase four of reopening on Tuesday, Gulf News reports. Salons, gyms, tailors, and barber shops can reopen. Mosques reopened on June 10.

The country banned all commercial flights, and prohibited citizens from going to restaurants and gyms, The New York Times reported.

Ireland moved into phase 3 of reopening.

Leo Varadkar Prime Minister of Ireland
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. 

Starting June 29, restaurants, hairdressers, and pubs that serve food could reopen, BBC News reports.

Bars that serve only alcohol will not be able to reopen until at least August 31, according to Reuters — and they may not open at all this year. Public libraries can reopen, and sports teams can begin to train. Shops could reopen with social distancing, and travel restrictions were lifted on June 29, although visitors arriving from all but 10 countries must self-isolate upon return.

Schools in Ireland are set to reopen at the end of August.

Norway has significantly eased restrictions.

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Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg. 

All schools other than colleges and universities have reopened.

Residents will continue to work from home, and major events are cancelled through at least June 15. Bars have reopened, as well as some movie theaters.

Small businesses — including hairdressers — have been allowed to reopen, Reuters reportsTravel restrictions will likely remain in place through August 20.

However, according to Reuters, the country is pausing on further reopening as cases rise.

El Salvador began to reopen its economy on June 16.

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A passenger is checked with a thermal scanner at the El Salvador International Airport Saint Oscar Romero y Galdamez on March 12, 2020. 

Voice of America News report that businesses in El Salvador are now allowed to open without restrictions.

El Salvador’s latest lockdown ended on June 6. The economy slowly began to reopen on June 16; the second stage of reopening, which was set to begin on July 21, was delayed, according to Reuters.

President Nayib Bukele’s initial reopening plan was declared unconstitutional by the country’s Supreme Court, according to US News & World Report

Citizens have been under a strict curfew — only one person from each family was allowed to leave to procure essential goods.

Those who did not comply with quarantine orders could be sent to contingency centers, where they would be required to quarantine for 30 days.

Denmark was the first European country to reopen primary schools.

FILE PHOTO: Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen attends the annual informal summer meeting of the Nordic prime ministers in Reykjavik, Iceland August 20, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. 

Denmark was the first European country to reopen primary schools; stores, hairdressers, restaurants, theme parks, and museums are also open.

However, following a surge in cases, masks will now be mandatory on public transportation, according to Reuters.

Sweden has drawn attention for its “low-scale” lockdown, with businesses and schools still open. It’s unclear how effective the plan has been.

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Restaurants in Sweden are still open. 

The country is notable for its “low-scale” lockdown. Gatherings of more than 50 people are banned and high schools and universities are closed — but primary schools, restaurants, and many businesses are still open. Its death rate is almost six times that of Norway and Finland.

But the country now seems to be bringing the virus under control, Bloomberg reports.

The scientist behind the country’s plan was unsure whether it made the right decision. The country likely won’t avoid pandemic-related economic fallout.

“I’m not convinced at all,” state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet. On “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” he said that the “death toll really came as a surprise to us.” Scientists in the country have also spoken out against the approach; testing in the country has lagged, and a commission has been formed to evaluate its response. A University of Virginia analysis found that the choice not to lock down led to more deaths.

While Norway and Denmark will allow citizens to travel between the two countries, neighboring Sweden has been excluded.

Many countries have also closed borders to prevent international travelers from spreading the virus.

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