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Daily Coronavirus Update, April 4. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

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The second Easter holiday brings more restrictions, a few bright spots

During the Easter season last year, the language of “social distance”‘s “curve smoothing” was still new to the minds of many Christian communities as they tried to adjust to the realities of the coronavirus.

Priests filled the empty seats with photographs of their monks. The others took part in the drive-by celebration. Masks անեկան Family size sessions have found their place alongside long-standing traditions such as Easter oyster dishes և egg hunting.

It’s a little different as many Christians celebrate Easter this Sunday, but there are some bright spots associated with raising vaccine levels and easing some restrictions.

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– The Washington Post:

Washington students are experiencing a mental health crisis. This is why schools are at the forefront.

Grace and Porter did not struggle with mental health issues before school closed, but their new anger and frustration reflect what many other students say they are coping with during the epidemic. It’s a trend that cuts across generations, but especially hits young people hard.

Serious mental health problems among children lead to visits to emergency rooms, which means that young people do not receive help in the usual way, such as schools.

Seattle’s Seattle Children’s Hospital overnight routine now includes admitting one to two children who attempted suicide. Every week, about 170 children and adolescents are seen in the psychiatric emergency department of the hospital. 50 a week before the epidemic., At the national level, emergency visits for mental health issues increased by 31% among adolescents aged 12-17 during the epidemic.

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The United States is blocking Tonson և John Onson from launching a “restless vaccine factory”

Washington:

The Department of Health’s human rights move came just days after officials learned that Emergent BioSolutions, a contract maker of Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines, had mixed the two ingredients, bringing regulators postpone the production line permit of the factory.

With the release of the AstraZeneca vaccine, two senior federal health officials said the plant could only be dedicated to son onson և oh oh onson vaccines և to avoid future disasters.

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– The New York Times:

Europe is stepping up vaccinations as the virus haunts the Easter holidays

The main stadium in the French city of Lyon opened on Easter weekend as a mass vaccination center.

But as Europe celebrated its second consecutive underdog under an epidemic cloud, some cities delayed vaccinations over long holiday weekends.

Medical workers “finally need a little rest,” said an official in the French city of Strasbourg, who closed vaccination facilities from Good Friday until Easter Monday, a public holiday. To ensure that residents still have access to potential rescue vaccines, Strasbourg has extended vaccination hours and delivered its full weekly dose from last Monday to Thursday.

Spain, Italy and Germany have faced challenges similar to holiday vaccinations.

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– The Associated Press

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