Europe has seen the number of COVID-19 cases in the region, with some countries report more daily number of cases increasing rapidly than they have ever seen. In recent weeks, Spain, France and Germany, the highest number of daily infections recorded in April as international travel has increased the busiest holiday periods in the region. In an attempt to possibility of a second wave of restrictions preventing governments on citizens and quarantine measures were put renewed again for some travelers. Experts say that the increase in travel in Europe certainly the recent increase in the number of infections has helped. “International travel has been very important in infections in Europe in the planting month of February and March. I think it’s an important impact based on what we saw in the last six weeks,” says Jennifer Dowd Beam, associate professor of demography and health the population at the University of Oxford. lockdowns severe in spring significantly the spread of the virus in Europe reduced, resulting in more than 3.9 million cases reported since the beginning of the pandemic, accounting for 17% of global infections. In mid-June the continent welcomed the majority of travelers back the economy from the worst recession to recover it has seen since the end of World War II. The economy in France, Italy and Spain, which comes from tourism to energy, is every order of more than 10% this year, the European Commission said on July 7 bumps cases where you see Europe? The cases have increased last month across Europe. But Spain, Germany, Italy and France have seen particularly strong increase. registered in Spain, where the virus was spreading faster than anywhere else in Europe 21 August 8148 cases – most daily events in April – according to Johns Hopkins University. In the last two weeks, more than 78,000 cases of infection 14 days in Spain, detects rate of 175.7 to 100.00, compared to 62.8 in France, 22.5 in the United Kingdom and 20.3 for Germany have been pushing for and .U hit the European center for prevention and disease control on Aug 25 most regions of Madrid, followed by Catalonia and Andalusia. Italy – once the epicenter in Europe for the virus with more than 35,000 deaths – registered 1,209 new cases, on August 23 for the first time had exceeded the number in 1000 from May, when the numbers reached 1,965. The Lazio region that includes Rome, and Lombardy, led the country in the new region numbers of cases. France 23 August 4897 new infections recorded its highest daily workload from mid-April, an increase of more than 1,200 cases from the previous day. Paris and the southern city of Marseille, have seen above the level of 50 per 100,000 people weekly infection rates rise, which is the limit that Germany set for a return to the regional bloc measures. explains the French Government on August 14, the two cities at high risk areas for the virus. Germany received 22 August 2032 cases, the highest level since April, reaching the number of 5,000 infection. Even Greece, Malta and Croatia, the relatively low number of early infection had, have seen an increase with the highest number of cases in the last two weeks. Official statistics in Greece in early August published the proposed Offer 10% of new infections have been linked to tourism. Most of Europe is to see a change in the distribution of new cases of elderly to young people, says Dowd. “It looks older and vulnerable people are still cautious,” he says. “There is still a concern that spread the virus to the largest communities in countries such as Spain, where there could be many intergenerational families.” Play summer travel play a role? Experts say yes. The increase in travel-related restrictions eased out “almost certain” to an increase in cases, said Martin McKee, Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Europeans typically take vacation between late July and August, when school for the summer break. Grant Shapps, the UK transport minister, said there were 160,000 British tourists in France in mid-August. In mid-May, Europe started its bars, restaurants and nightclubs to open again the social distancing measures. The recent increase in cases in France was evident in Paris and southern cities, including Nice, Toulouse and Marseille. “This could be representative has moved people from a high transmission area in France at a lower, triggering an” outbreak, says Nathalie MacDermott, a clinical professor of infectious diseases at King’s College London. However, he said the Health Minister Olivier Veran France in an interview published on August 23 that the already widespread infections among age groups on and off the field in Marseille in the elderly. The continent peak reflected “a large number of people indoors together poorly ventilated rooms. The interior spaces where the danger,” says McKee. In a place where people come from many different places, “the likelihood of a person becoming infected increases,” he says. Discos are particularly “very useful” for the spread of a virus, says MacDermott. “They are often poorly ventilated and it is almost impossible to have social distancing,” he says. In one of the recent outbreaks most of Spain, more than 80 people have tested positive for about 400 people for discos in the Andalusian city of Cordoba July 10 outbreaks in bars and nightclubs were also in other European countries such as France and Switzerland have reported. Some of the recent outbreaks in Spain that brought down the arrival of farmers from all over Europe combined. But “very likely,” says McKee, the increase in cases of “tourists in crowded bars, restaurants and nightclubs.” Che-insulation, new restrictions? Governments in Europe have new local restrictions, closed bars and clubs, and track and trace efforts increased. The Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced on August 25 that 2,000 members of the military regions to prosecute those who help and keep track of who came into contact with people infected with the virus. “It may have regions that support does not include our ground forces enough tracers,” Sanchez said at a news conference. Madrid authorities invited on August 21 that residents remain in the most affected areas at home, while in Catalonia, social events to six persons to 10 persons and Murcia are limited. Local lockdown is the way forward in order MacDermott. “If you can contain the outbreaks quickly enough, hopefully will prevent you from becoming a spread nationwide,” he says. On August 17, closed masks Italian clubs nationwide and made mandatory in some outdoor areas. “We can not sacrifice the last few months, did nullify” Health Minister Robert Hope, he said in a statement Facebook. In France, the authorities sent 130 policemen in Marseille August 17 mask requirements for ease of application. Mask wore made mandatory in all municipalities, closed areas, including large capacity or joint offices, corridors, rooms for business conferences, and changing rooms, starting from September 1 countries such as the UK and Norway have their list of countries from which the visitor has to go for 14 days in and introduced swab placed arrival quarantine testing. In recent weeks, the U. K. invited Spain, France, Croatia and others on the quarantine list during removal countries like Portugal depends on their rate of infection for seven days. France, which in turn 13 of the UK over the specified quarantine list in August 15.en As of August, Italy needs people who have stayed or are about to be delivered through Croatia, Greece, Malta and Spain a smear test with negative results taken within 72 hours before entry into the country or take the test within 48 hours of arrival. It is still safe to travel in Europe? Experts say that if visitors are high-risk activities cautious and avoid, like going to crowded discos and bars, travel can be safe. They say testing regimes used in countries such as Italy, are particularly effective. There is a “more important role for review, which could reduce the need for quarantine,” says McKee. This is important, he says, because “very likely that a lot of people to be quarantined will not actually do it.” McKee says that the search for his department at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine conducted suggests that incoming test and seven days later, and the results the next day would be sufficient to provide about 96% of cases. Since the travel process, is included in an always full interior in a train or plane, “it makes sense, so as to limit as much as possible, but I do not think we can justify blanket bans,” says McKee. It ‘also “absolutely crucial” that governments put in place “a comprehensive fund support system, test, trace, isolated and” peak to detect as soon as possible, he says. “It’s outbreaks occur, but it is important that they are detected as soon as possible.” Pictures Photo copyright Adrià Salido Zarco -NurPhoto via Getty
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