The increase in cases of coronavirus that is developing throughout Europe is of particular concern in the old continent, where more and more countries decide to take more drastic measures to try to stop the contagion curve. So much so that in some cases there is even fines for those people not vaccinated.
It is the case of Greece, that he has finally approved fine people over 60 who are not vaccinated. An unpopular measure that has caused thousands of people to demonstrate against the mandatory vaccine in the Swiss country. Some images similar to those experienced in Belgium, where hundreds of protesters have confronted the Police protesting the imposition of the Covid-19 passport in the country. The result: 20 arrested and six people injured.
In fact, the situation in Belgium is particularly worrying and already affects transport. The reason for this statement is that the number of infections has forced to cancel 120 daily trains for positives among railway workers. For this reason, the company that manages it has described this situation as uncontrolled.
A reality that is leading the country to overcome a cumulative incidence of over 2,100 cases. And, to cope with it, they have decided to take action. From the restrictions for indoor events with more than two hundred people to the limitations in the school environment. From now on those classes in which they are given from two positives are suspended.
Germany, Italy and France increase restrictions
For his part, Germany add up now 27,836 infected and 81 dead in the last hours. That is why the German government has decided to carry out extra controls and restrictions on the unvaccinated, as well as assess the closure of nightlife to try to alleviate the situation.
On Italy the Covid super passport has entered into force, which prevents the unvaccinated from accessing leisure services. That is why in the last 24 hours the mandatory application has been downloaded more than 1,400,000 times. The reason: all those who do not have it may be fined.
Finally, in France the drastic measures are put on hold but new restrictions continue to be studied after exceeding the 40,000 infections and 49 deaths in the last hours. A situation similar to that of the rest of European countries that seems to be giving up.