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  • the European Commission has launched a global campaign to find a cure for the Corona virus.

  • It says research must be supported by Global Corporation if the effort is to succeed just a few hours.

  • Three You secured $8 billion in pledges contributed by world leaders to accelerate the hunt for a vaccine.

  • $1 billion will come from the EU itself, which the commission president says will also go towards developing tests and treatment for Cove in 19.

  • The fourth, off May 2020 will mark a turning point in our fight against the Corona virus because today the world is coming together.

  • Governments from every continent will join hands and team up with global health organizations and other experienced partners.

  • The partners on many the gold is one to defeat this virus.

  • World leaders from 30 countries dulled into the summit, announcing their pledges one by one by video link, Norway committed $1 billion.

  • Angler Merkel and Emmanuel Macron pledged half a 1,000,000,000 from Germany and France each, while non EU members from the UK in Japan to Saudi Arabia and South Africa vowed to contribute to our Europe.

  • Correspondent Gavin Lee sent this update will be no coincidence that the people who make you're a vision, e b u.

  • And it's not on this year.

  • Perhaps it makes up for the fact that it was mawr than a nod.

  • I think to the way that they were doing this with us.

  • Live on the lion crossing from Paris, Germany, saying Merci gracias to the French and Spanish prime ministers.

  • Many technical problems in there as well.

  • Onda.

  • Ultimately, every time she crossed to one part of the globe, it was other prepare, recorded or life pitch.

  • There was a message from the leader, for example, Emmanuel Macron, French president, saying that this has to be for a vaccine that is universal for everybody to use.

  • In this, 7.5 billion or $8 billion has to be something that everybody can access, and it's affordable.

  • But with that came a pitch from every single country.

  • Well, one country notably absent from the summit was the U.

  • S.

  • The Trump Administration says that thanks to its own efforts dubbed Operation Warp Speed, US is working urgently to develop a cure for the virus were last night, President Trump predicted that American firms would develop a vaccine by the end of the year, although he acknowledged the projection was his own Onda shorter timeline than the one doctors from his own administration are working with.

  • We're pushing very hard, you know, we're building supply lines now.

  • We don't even have the final vaccine.

  • Johnson and Johnson.

  • If you look at Johnson and Johnson is doing it, we have many companies.

  • I think close because I meet with the heads of him and I find it very interesting subject because it's so important.

  • But I think we'll have a vaccine by the end of the well.

  • Earlier, I spoke to our State Department correspondent Barbara Pet Usher, about what happened when the administration officials will talk today pressed and a briefing to explain why exactly the U.

  • S.

  • Was not taking part in the scheme switch and to say they didn't give us a clear answer at all.

  • Instead, we were blasted by statistics about what they were doing and declarations that the U.

  • S.

  • Is at the forefront of the international fight against Covered 19 the main international donor and you know the numbers are impressive.

  • They said $6.5 billion if you put together with the government and the private sector is giving towards fighting the pandemic.

  • They said that they were already giving money to many of these organizations for which the vaccine conference was raising money on that this was not about pulling back from multilateral institutions quite the reverse, that they were coordinating internationally with the G seven, the G 20 and that they would continue working together with European partners.

  • So all that sounded like an explanation for why they should be at the conference.

  • Really.

  • I mean, it might have been because of who was there.

  • The Chinese were there were there.

  • And the Trump administration has really stepped up its criticism of China lately, accusing it of covering up information, crucial information at the beginning of the outbreak, which then led to it going worldwide.

  • But also the World Health Organization was there on.

  • The Trump administration has cut off the W.

  • H.

  • O, saying it's not an effective body and that it should have challenged China about the information it was getting.

  • But I'm reading between the lines but Beetle, we were definitely not given a clear answer like that.

  • It was not spelled out.

  • Why the U.

  • S is not their space.

  • That's all you can do.

  • Really, Bob.

  • But But, you know, they have talked about Operation Warp speed, this vaccination program.

  • What are they saying about how that is going?

  • And you know what the research Intel's in general again.

  • We were told that they were extremely active on the vaccination front that they have been given, given billions and billions of dollars again both the government and the private sector towards vaccination development and research on drugs on DSO on and the point was made to them.

  • It's not just about money, of course.

  • This is about international coordination for the development of a vaccine and rolling up the vaccine and shouldn't the USB there and again, they came back to us and said, Look, we put out reams of research on and resources.

  • So they said, 52,000 pages of scientific articles uncovered 19 which were being used around the world.

  • They had unleashed supercomputers that were being used in public private partnerships with technology companies on with universities, and this had led to dozens of research projects again that involved international participation.

  • So we did get a full throated description of the US being very active on this front, just not being active at a global conference on fight on finding a vaccine.

  • Now a raft of countries have started to ease their lockdowns.

  • In each case, the decision has followed the rate of infection beginning to fall was Aikens has been taking a look at what's happening is interesting.

  • Isn't it rolls to take a look country by country at their different tactics of dealing with this pandemic?

  • However, Bt yes, in the same way that the experience of each country has bean different on the death raids and infection rates have been different.

  • So the government responses, as those rates have fallen, are also proving to be different.

  • So let's start with Italy 4.5 1,000,000 Italians of market work today.

  • After almost two months of lock down.

  • These restrictions are being eased, but only a little construction sites and parks are open again, and perhaps most importantly, people can visit relatives, though only if they live in the same region.

  • There's one big difference from life before everyone going out in Italy has to wear a face mask.

  • Let's hear from Naples in the south of Italy.

  • Mark alone is there.

  • A nation that has shed so many tears alone can finally grieve together in Naples today, the first funerals allowed with a maximum of 15 people.

  • As Italy opens up being unable to say good bye.

  • All visit Graves has been one of the cruelest losses of the lock down as the world's longest shutdown of the pandemic starts to fade.

  • Outdoor exercise is now allowed, parks and some businesses are reopening, and relatives concede each other again with distance and masks.

  • So finally, people can come and visit the family members that they've been stopped from seeing for eight long weeks.

  • But it does present a danger because this train has come in from Milan, in the region of Italy, worst hit by the virus.

  • So with freedom comes hugely increased risk of spreading the outbreak.

  • Keep your distance there warned before everyone fills in a form to explain why they're here.

  • Europe's worst hit country is taking no chances.

  • Olivia De Santis last saw her daughter, who lives in Milan in January, resisting a motherly urges tough normality so near.

  • Yet so far it's been difficult to not to seek, not to see her.

  • Yeah, why?

  • Quite a lot.

  • Sorry, but the lock down has left deep scars.

  • We were taken by police to one of the roughest areas of one of the EU's poorest regions.

  • The worry here is of organized crime preying on poverty.

  • Carpenter Rafael s says with work stopped, he may have to sell his TV to get by.

  • There's been lots more crime since the lock down, he says.

  • Even kids dealing drugs and stealing cars since they need to eat through the Mafia has always exploited interest, moments of weakness.

  • And this is one of those moments.

  • They give people help, but then ask for drug dealing or money in exchange.

  • A health crisis has become a social one.

  • And this is what other countries to may face as they reopen from a lock down that is stopping the dying but killing the economy.

  • Mark Lowe and BBC News Naples Now his baby too, was saying Italy isn't the only country starting to ease its restrictions.

  • Let's see next from four BBC correspondents in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, first of all, his Adam Eastern in Poland.

  • Here in Poland, they're reopening museums, hotels and shopping centers like the one behind me, which had been closed.

  • Now for seven weeks, the number of customers is limited, and they must observe social distancing, where face coverings and protective gloves.

  • Poland was quick to introduce a strict locked down on the number of Corona virus infections and deaths here is much, much lower than in many Western European countries.

  • That's why the government is slowly easing the restrictions to restart the economy.

  • But the number of cases is still rising on many parents avoid.

  • It's not safe yet to send their Children back to nurseries and pre schools when they reopen later this week.

  • Here in Austria, all of the shops are now open again, including hairdressers, barbers and beauty.

  • Saleh's and the individual recommendations that people stay at home except for a few key reasons have expired, which means that people are free to leave their homes, although when they're in public, they're being asked to keep at least one meters distance from everybody else.

  • You are now allowed to have an event with the gathering of up to 10 people, but if you want to go to a shop or use public transport, you have to use a basic face mask covering your nose and mouth.

  • Now, if everything goes well, the government says that restaurants and cafes could reopen by the middle of May, but they've also warned that they're ready to slam on the brakes if infections start rising again.

  • The government in Lebanon has lifted some restrictions on movement and allowed certain type of business is to open up again, provided that everyone will follow strictly the rule off social distancing.

  • This is part of a five phase plan that the government has set out for gradual opening up of the country that will add in mid June where even the airports will resume operation.

  • But that's depending on weekly assessment that the government is carrying out on the covered 19 hit in the capital, Beirut.

  • You can already feel the vibe of the city has changed where people are going out and about feeling more relaxed about the situation.

  • But the economy was hit hard.

  • Thousands of people lost their jobs and their income during the lock down, which pushed hundreds of people into the streets protesting again.

  • Here in Nigeria after a five week look down, the government is re opening the economy, the largest economy in Africa beginning from this Monday here in the capital Abuja as well as the commercial hub Lagos on local state banks.

  • Construction sites on government offices like the building behind me Federal Secretariat are the opening.

  • Markets are partially opening to workers in food processing on agricultural sector are going back to work.

  • But in nationwide dusk to dawn, curfew has been imposed.

  • The authorities say people must wear face masks while in public a tear to social distancing rule and take other safety measures.

  • However, schools religious sent us on parks remain closed on large gatherings have also been totally banned as Nigeria is is the logged on gradually, Medical experts are urgent caution the situation is dicey on the virus continues to spread by next returned to Spain, it started a four stage plan to get to what it's calling a new normal C by the end of June.

  • Already small shops and hairdressers of reopening and very mind it's making all of these moves as its daily death toll continues to fall sharply.

  • Germany to has allowed hairdressers to open as you can see people having to queue with the appropriate social distance.

  • We also know some schools have opened as well on the country's widespread testing is being credited with helping it to do pretty well in controlling the virus.

  • So things easing in these countries and there will be Maura that elsewhere in the coming weeks.

  • No doubt it is, though helpful to keep a couple of things in mind as we watch this.

  • The first is that this is the start of a new, much longer phase where countries will adapt restrictions according to infection and death rates to borrow Spain's language.

  • It's a new normal, but let's be clear.

  • It's not normal as we knew it.

  • The second point is that scientists don't know relatively little about this virus.

  • We saw this quote from Dr Ashish Jar of the Harvard Global Health Research Institute.

  • This was in The New York Times, he says.

  • We're really early in this disease.

  • If this were a baseball game, it would be in the second inning.

  • And remember, there are nine innings in a baseball game, the point being that this easing of the lock down is at best, the end of the beginning.

  • Scientists and politicians now want to know what level of freedom we can live with.

  • Without the rate of fatalities increasing sharply again on Gabita, no one is sure what we're gonna find out.

  • Indeed was.

  • Thank you very much.

the European Commission has launched a global campaign to find a cure for the Corona virus.

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コロナウイルスのロックダウン:通常の生活に戻るためのさまざまなルート - BBCニュース (Coronavirus lockdown: different routes back to normal life - BBC News)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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