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Live. Daily Coronavirus Update, April 1. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

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In the months following the one-year alert on the COVID-19 epidemic բարդ to decipher the complex levels and phases of those who can be vaccinated in Washington, Gov. Ayse Insley on Wednesday simplified matters. Anyone 16 years of age or older can start dosing starting April 15. The announcement is a sharp extension of vaccine jurisdiction, which happened on the same day that some two million Washingtonians, including manufacturing and food service workers, were given the right to take their own doses.

Delta Air Lines announced on Wednesday that it would sell its mid-range seats from May 1, a year after making the decision to increase the distance, it decided to leave them empty, according to The New York Times. Other airlines blocked the middle ground at the start of the epidemic, but Delta spent the longest several months, the last of four major US airlines to quit politics.

Russia has registered the world’s first coronavirus vaccine for dogs, cats, mink, foxes and other animals, the country’s agricultural safety watchdog said on Wednesday. According to the Russian news agency Tass, The Washington Post reports that the vaccine, called Carnivak-Cov, was developed by scientists at the Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control Service, also known as Rosselkhoznadzor. Although many scientists say that the virus that causes COVID-19 was first transmitted from bats to humans, possibly through another mediator, it then infects animals around the world, from zoos to mink farms.

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The Pope opens the last services of Holy Week, misses the Last Supper

The cardinals are officiated by Pope Francis at the Cathedral of the Holy Sepulcher in the Vatican on Thursday, April 1, 2021.  (AP Photo / Andrew Medicini, Pool)
The cardinals are officiated by Pope Francis at the Cathedral of the Holy Sepulcher in the Vatican on Thursday, April 1, 2021. (AP Photo / Andrew Medicini, Pool)

VATICAN CITY (AP) – Pope Francis opened the last days of Holy Week with a morning service at St. Peter’s Basilica, but planned to skip Thursday afternoon service, which commemorates Jesus’ last supper with his apostles.

The Vatican has not explained why Cardinal ovan ovanovani Batista René is the dean of the College of Cardinals and will instead chair the Vatican’s main service on Holy Thursday.

Francis, 84, who suffers from frequent attacks of the sciatic nerve, may have preferred to order the service, given his busy litigation schedule for the coming days, which ended with Easter Sunday liturgy. Holy Thursday worship, which usually involves a foot-washing ritual designed to symbolize Jesus’ willingness to serve.

For the second year in a row, the foot wash was canceled due to coronavirus health restrictions. And all Vatican Holy Week events were celebrated with a limited number of masked believers in compliance with COVID-19 health առողջ social exclusion norms.

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– The Associated Press

The head of the World Trade Organization says that inequality in vaccines is “unacceptable”

EN NEVA (AP) – The head of the World Trade Organization on Thursday called for an increase in vaccine production in developing countries, saying that the imbalance in the availability of coronavirus vaccines, which is preferred by rich առավել developed countries, is unacceptable.

WHO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala says he supports the creation of a framework that will allow developing countries to have “certain automation և access to technology-based vaccines” during future epidemics, deciphering the current “vaccine inequality”.

“The idea that 70% of vaccines are only available in 10 countries today is really unacceptable,” Okonjo-Iveala told reporters as he hosted French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maer at the WHO headquarters in Geneva.

A number of trading member states support South Africa նդ India-led efforts to force the WTO to temporarily waive its intellectual property contract to assist in the production of COVID-19 vaccines in case of insufficient supplies.

Some richer countries, with strong pharmaceutical industries, oppose the idea, saying it will undermine future innovation.

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– The Associated Press

Get informed within the last 24 hours

All adults in Washington will be eligible for vaccines From April 15, yesterday Governor Ay Ey Insli announced. Of course, this does not mean that everyone will hit immediately, but here is a reliable schedule. To meet demand, Seattle has launched a new vaccine site (this map shows all four). Here are some helpful resources: our guide to getting your vaccine, a quick visual overview of when the person is eligible, և Advice on managing side effects.

So why did this take longer than in other states? As vaccine envy grows, Washington remains one of the best states in the country as part of the vaccination process. The head of vaccines here, who works 18 hours a day, talks about what the state is doing to alleviate frustration.

Seattle is the pinnacle of the nation for people who itch to get vaccinated. FYI Guy explores how attitudes have changed here and why. Many health care workers, however, seem to be reluctant to get hired. If you’re one of them, we’d love to hear from you.

Yes, you can still spread the virus after vaccination. Virus experts explain why “we still have to be careful.”

When will the children get the vaccines? The decisive day to end the epidemic is approaching as the youngest Americans carry the heaviest loads of COVID-19.

– Chris Higginson

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