Many countries of the world imposed new ban to deal with Covid-19

Japan lockdown

Mito (Japan): Israel has been banned again amid growing infection with the coronavirus. Concerns have also increased in Japan’s capital Tokyo and China’s remote Xinjiang province. Meanwhile, the total number of infected people in the world crossed 13.8 million on Friday and more than 5,90,000 people have died. Israel has again banned Thursday after 1900 new cases surfaced. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced to take some ‘interim steps’ avoiding the lockdown. Under this, stores, malls, barbershops, salons, tourist spots, beaches will be closed on weekends. Japan’s capital received 293 cases in one day on Friday.

To speed up domestic tourism, Tokyo has withdrawn the waiver announcement. Spain also has new cases in the Northern Argan and Catalunia regions. In Barcelona, ​​people have been asked to stay indoors. Apart from this, night clubs, gyms have been closed. Spain received 580 cases on Thursday. New South Wales, Australia’s most densely populated state, announced an increase in the ban. On the other hand, it has been decided to relax the ban in the UK from August 1. As of Friday, more than 45,000 people have died due to infection in the country. On Friday, nine such cases were confirmed in China in which people were from outside. There were also six cases of infection in Xinjiang. Apart from this, 11 more people were found infected but did not have any symptoms. China excludes the total number of cases of Kovid-19 without symptoms. South Africa ranks sixth in the world in terms of infection. The country’s densely populated Gauteng province has received several new cases. In such a situation, the government has announced some restrictions.