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[德国新闻] 德国外交部对克罗地亚部分地区发出旅行警告

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    发表于 2020-8-20 14:59 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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    克罗地亚早就被罗伯特科赫研究所定为危险地区。今天德国外交部对克罗地亚部分地区发出了旅行警告。

    由于感染人数众多,警告人们如无必要不要前往 Šibenik-Knin 和 Split-Dalmatien 地区。根据该警告,沿海地区的Brac或 Hvar岛屿被划分在危险区域内,但北部沿海地区的 Istrien半岛和Zadar周围地区以及南部港口城市Dubrovnik不受影响。



    归类为危险区域意味着返回的度假者必须测试病毒。在获得阴性结果之前必须在家中隔离。旅行警告只是一项官方紧急建议,呼吁个人承担责任,而不是禁止。 从法律上讲,仍然可以在那里旅行。发出旅行警告就意味着可以获得取消旅游服务的全额赔偿。

    克罗地亚国家旅游局驻法兰克福主任德拉吉基奥说:“德国人是我们的第一大旅游团。” 目前克罗地亚大约有18万名来自德国的度假者!德国人蜂拥克罗地亚度假的原因是,开车就可以前往这个热门的度假区。



    在过去的7天中,克罗地亚各州或地区每10万居民中新增感染人数已经达到50。

    “克罗地亚之前的新冠感染的数量很少,但最近急剧增加。外交部强调说,Šibenik-Knin 和 Split-Dalmatien 两县在7天内每10万居民中的新增感染人数超过了50。在过去的14天里,整个克罗地亚感染指标都是37.7。

    克罗地亚最近报告的感染数量急剧增加。当局周三报告在过去24小时内新增219起感染。全国人口419万人,目前有1520例活跃病例。

    法兰克福负责人德拉吉基奥承认:“最近几天情况有所改变,新病例数有所增加。”他同时强调:“但我们认为局势仍在控制之中。”他坚信新措施将使这一数字很快下降。夜店现在都要求在午夜关闭。此外,该国还在公共交通和封闭的公众场合要求距离规则和口罩义务。

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    发表于 2020-8-21 02:06 | 显示全部楼层
    德国喜宝小鸭子洗手洗脸泡沫三瓶包邮只要90元!
    This is our daily update of breaking COVID-19 news for Thursday, July 16th, 2020. Previous daily updates can be found here, and up-to-date statistics are here.

    New York City is in Phase 3 of reopening now, which includes nail salons, tattoo parlors, and massage facilities as well as recreation like tennis and basketball courts; dog runs are also reopening. A look at preparing for the spread of coronavirus is here, and if you have lingering questions about the virus, here is our regularly updated coronavirus FAQ. Here are some local and state hotlines for more information: NYC: 311; NY State Hotline: 888-364-3065; NJ State Hotline: 800-222-1222.

    Here's the latest:
    Will Our Pandemic Summer See More Blackouts?
    Comptroller Says NYC Small Businesses Shut Out Of Fair Share Of PPP Loans
    CDC data disappeared from the CDC's site
    Gov. Cuomo launches nationwide mask PSAs
    A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that the coronavirus cases in New York City at the start of the pandemic were from Europe, prompting a new round of outrage from Governor Andrew Cuomo. "The virus came to New York, and Americans died, because of government failure," he said in call with journalists on Thursday afternoon. "These are the facts. They missed the science."

    The report, titled, "Detection and Genetic Characterization of Community-Based SARS-CoV-2 Infections — New York City, March 2020," notes, "The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene conducted sentinel surveillance of influenza-like symptoms (ILS) and genetic sequencing to characterize community transmission and determine the geographic origin of SARS-CoV-2 infections. Among 544 specimens tested from persons with ILS and negative influenza test results, 36 (6.6%) were positive. Genetically sequenced positive specimens most closely resembled sequences circulating in Europe."

    The CDC also noted that while domestic airport screening and bans "on foreign nationals traveling from China" were put in place on February 2nd, "similar travel restrictions from the Schengen Area in Europe were only implemented March 13th," when the virus was already in New York. "Although travel restrictions are an important mitigation strategy, by the time the European restrictions were implemented, importation and community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 had already occurred in NYC."

    Cuomo reiterated the point about the European travel ban being too late, "The president likes to talk about the travel ban [on Chinese flights] that was effective... his own CDC says the travel ban was too late." He pointed out how there were thousands of flights from Europe landing at JFK and Newark Airports in early March.

    The CDC report also bolsters Mount Sinai's findings, published in April, that said the genome associated with COVID-19 patients in NYC resembles a strain of the virus from Europe.

    A frustrated Cuomo warned, "There will be a second wave, [but] it's not going to be a mutated virus... it's going to be a rebound of COVID from other states that got infected, transmitting it back to New York."

    The governor said this would be a "double-barreled shotgun of federal incompetence," and urged, "Follow the science, Mr. President. Open your eyes. Listen to the federal health officials."

    NYC's Phase 4 Won't Include Additional Indoor Activity, Cuomo Says
    1:30 p.m. New York City's Phase 4 won't include additional indoor activity like malls and cultural institutions once the city moves into the final COVID-19 reopening phase, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced during a press call on Thursday.

    NYC is on track to go into Phase 4 on Monday, but Cuomo said a final decision won't be announced until 4 p.m. Friday.

    All other regions in New York have entered Phase 4, which includes low-risk outdoor and indoor activities like zoos, gardens, historical sites, malls and museums. It also includes schools and sports competitions without fans.

    Cuomo didn't say when those indoor activities could reopen in the city.

    On Wednesday, 14 New Yorkers died from the coronavirus, Cuomo said. Hospitalizations dropped by 18 to 813 in the state. The positivity rate was about 1 percent—769 of the 72,685 COVID-19 tests came back positive.

    Though the infection rate remains steady, the governor emphasized infection increases elsewhere in the country could come back to hurt New York and doubled down on compliance of social distancing rules at bars and restaurants.

    “That’s one of the things we’re worried about in New York is the virus coming from the states with the high infection rates. It’s our pleasure to help Houston, to help Atlanta, to help states across the nation deal with it," he said on the press call, joined by Houston's Mayor Sylvester Turner. "It’s the right thing to do as Americans. It’s also in our self-interest because we are all in this together.”

    A new rule will now allow officials to shutter an establishment after three violations of social distancing regulations. Previously, officials could revoke a business's liquor license.

    "If we do not enforce compliance, the virus will spread," Cuomo said. "It is that simple. If you eat a piece of cheesecake, you will see it on the scale tomorrow. Our actions create the response of the virus."

    Cuomo said the state’s mandated 14-day quarantine rules for out-of-state travelers saw a 92 percent compliance rate, which refers to travelers who fill out forms before they leave an airport. State officials do random checks on those who fill out the airport forms, though he didn't say how many people were checked. An upstate county saw its infection rate rise after New Yorkers returned on a flight from Atlanta last week.

    “It’s like any other law. You can speed, yeah, but if you get caught, you get the ticket,” Cuomo said. “This is a totally new function for state government. We have no border control. It’s not what the state does.”

    Governor Cuomo Launches Nationwide Mask Campaign
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo launched a national campaign today titled “Mask Up America,” which features short PSAs from big names. Though the campaign is nationwide, it's New York-made, so the spots also feature the #NYTough motto.

    Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, Kaitlyn Dever, Jamie Foxx, John Leguizamo, Anthony Mackie, Rosie Perez, Ellen Pompeo and Jeffrey Wright all contributed to the PSAs, which were produced by Tribeca Enterprises Jane Rosenthal and directed by Academy Award-winner Kathryn Bigelow.

    As other states are seeing spikes in infection rates, the awareness campaign aims to “urge all Americans to wear a mask while in public to help stop the spread of the virus.” This week, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp disputed the importance of masks and suspended local mask mandates in the state.


    "New Yorkers suffered gravely when this pandemic hit our state and as we see other states battle the surge of COVID-19, we want to be sure all Americans know what we know here — that it is essential to wear a mask in order to protect one another," Governor Cuomo said. "We can only beat this virus if we are united as one, not divided by ideology or politics. In that spirit we worked with the best and most creative team to deliver this vital message in multiple ways and in different voices — I wear a mask to protect you and you wear a mask to protect me. It is simple as that. Mask Up America."

    The campaign is in partnership with the Ad Council "for use by broadcast and digital media outlets," and will air in donated media time nationwide. The 30-second TV spots (two of which are available for viewing now) are titled: "You Have My Respect," "Join the Battle," "Come On, America," "For the Love Of," "An Easy Lift," "Face Facts," "It's Your Shift," and "Show Some Love."

    A hospital worker in PPE sits at a desk, with a gurney in the foreground
    Medical personnel wearing personal protective equipment work in the emergency department at NYC Health + Hospitals Metropolitan on May 27, 2020 JOHN MINCHILLO/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK
    COVID-19 Data Disappears From CDC Site
    Data from hospitals about patients and hospital capacity vanished from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website this week, after the Trump administration forced the data to be sent to the Department of Health and Human Services.

    The shift, according to the NY Times, "has alarmed health experts who fear the data will be politicized or withheld from the public," and prompted former CDC heads to write an op-ed in the Washington Post titled "We ran the CDC. No president ever politicized its science the way Trump has."

    A spokesperson for the CDC told Gothamist this morning, "Effective July 15th, 2020, hospitals will no longer report COVID-19 capacity, staffing, and supply-related data to CDC’s NHSN. Thus, NHSN hospital-reported COVID-19 data summaries will no longer be provided." (More information can be found in this HHS FAQ letter.)

    The guidance, updated on July 10th, stated, in part: "The following [testing, capacity, and utilization] data will greatly assist the White House Coronavirus Task Force in tracking the movement of the virus, identifying potential strains in the healthcare delivery system, and infoming [sic] distribution of supplies. If reporting multiple facilities at once, it is critical that this data be reported at the facility and county level of detail rather than just a total summary. Data must be submitted in accordance with the definitions and formats specified. Submit data once per calendar day."


    I had hoped it was a glitch, but no...The @CDCgov hospital capacity dashboard has gone dark. @CDCDirector has said CDC still has access to the data but apparently the public no longer does. pic.twitter.com/FyRt7YHvKc

    — Charles Ornstein (@charlesornstein) July 16, 2020
    Ryan Panchadsaram, who runs Covid Exit Strategy, told CNBC that they regularly use the CDC's data, but on Tuesday, "We were surprised because the modules that we normally go to were empty. The data wasn’t available and not there. There was no warning.”

    According to the Times, data that had been previously submitted to the CDC through its National Healthcare Safety Network would now be sent to "the new centralized system, which is managed by TeleTracking, a health data firm with headquarters in Pittsburgh. However, if hospitals were already reporting such information to their states, they could continue to do so if they received a written release saying the state would handle reporting... Both the CDC network and the TeleTracking system set up by Health and Human Services rely on so-called push data, meaning hospital employees must manually enter data, rather than the government tapping into an electronic system to obtain the information."

    In an interview this morning, HHS Secretary Alex Azar claimed the agency is solving a problem:


    Exit Strategy's Panchadsaram had thoughts about the HHS data:


    .@SecAzar also said the HHS platform was far better at answering the questions below (see transcript)https://t.co/0F6lSWqlfn, a group of public health and crises experts that tracks each state’s COVID19 progress, needs the same answers that they say are no longer accessible: https://t.co/aBfz0yauG6 pic.twitter.com/1npW6pMPG7

    — Weijia Jiang (@weijia) July 16, 2020
    The Trust for America's Health, a non-partisan non-profit health policy group, called the move to house data directly in HHS with a new system "counter-productive," adding that "the planning for this new approach did not substantively involve officials at the local, state, tribal and/or territorial levels. This is a time to support the public health system not take actions which may undermine its authority and critical role."

    On Thursday, HHS spokesperson Michael Caputo told CNBC, "Yes, HHS is committed to being transparent with the American public about the information it is collecting on the coronavirus. Therefore, HHS has directed CDC to re-establish the coronavirus dashboards it withdrew from the public on Wednesday.”
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