Coronavirus pandemic, Turkish response to coronavirus, Attack against Maduro

Coronavirus pandemic, Turkish response to coronavirus, Attack against Maduro

The coronavirus is destroying the old world

This week, the number of coronavirus cases worldwide increased dramatically to over 600,000. The number of deaths from the Covid-19 new exceeds 30,000.

Italy remains the center of the epidemic, although the US leads the world in terms of the number infected.

There are now over 5,000 confirmed cases in Africa and over 11,000 in Latin America.

World leaders held a video conference in the G20 format, where they discussed possible joint actions against the epidemic.

The G20 countries promised a united front to fight the Coronavirus pandemic and to invest $5 trillion in the world economy to mitigate the crisis.

The G20 countries also promised, together with the International Monetary Fund, the World Health Organization and regional banks, to rapidly develop a strong financial package to support developing countries.

However, so far, globalist structures have not been particularly effective. Countries have had to close their borders and deal with the major challenges of the coronavirus on their own.

Coronavirus in Turkey

The coronavirus epidemic has begun to intensify in Turkey. According to the latest data, more than 9,000 people have been infected in Turkey and 131 have died.

As part of the Coronavirus control measures in Turkey, those who travel between cities will be tested for high temperatures and coughs, with systems installed at city entrances and exits.

Movement between cities currently must be authorized by local authorities

Turkey also suspended all international flights on Friday as part of its measures to contain the spread of coronavirus.

Yet, the question arises: will voluntary quarantine really help contain the covid-19 infection?

Read more on UWI.

Last week in Turkey: Will “Voluntary quarantine” be effective?

A bounty on Maduro

The US is putting additional pressure on Venezuela, as well as Iran and Cuba, instead of showing solidarity during the coronavirus epidemic.

The US Department of Justice is accusing Maduro of drug trafficking and money laundering. It has offered $15 million for information that leads to his capture.

Read more about how the US’ globalist ambitions have manifested during the pandemic in our material:

How the US is using Covid-19 to fight its political battles

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January 2021