7:00 am: Partial confinement in the Czech Republic
The Czech government announced on Friday that it would impose on its citizens, from March 1, a ban on movement outside the departments of their places of residence, the rate of contamination by Covid-19 per capita in the Czech Republic being the highest in the world.
6:39 am: In Japan, loneliness is exploding robot sales
It’s not easy to be alone in times of pandemic: suddenly, the Japanese do not hesitate to turn to humanoid robots to find a little comfort. Charlie, a mug-sized robot with artificial intelligence, with a round head, a red nose and a blinking bow tie, communicates with his owner by singing… He, or Robohon, is part of a new generation of cute and intelligent robots, which have been a hit in the country since the pandemic.
6:38 am: Start of confinement on weekends in the regions of Nice and Dunkirk
New restrictive measures have entered into force in Nice and Dunkirk. Since 6 p.m. on Friday, 63 municipalities on the coast of the Alpes-Maritimes department and the Dunkirk conurbation have been confined throughout the weekend. This suitable confinement must last at least two weeks.
6:37 am: Jean Castex in a meeting about the 20 departments in enhanced vigilance
Prime Minister Jean Castex is chairing a video-conference meeting this Saturday at 10 a.m. with the prefects and directors general of the regional health agencies (ARS) of the 20 departments placed under enhanced surveillance. He will be accompanied by Minister of Health Olivier Véran and Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin.
6:35 am: Jean Castex in a meeting about the 20 departments placed under enhanced surveillance, start of containment on weekends in the regions of Nice and Dunkirk: follow with us the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in France and around the world this Saturday February 27.
6:30 am: Hello everyone, welcome to this live video dedicated to monitoring the Covid-19 epidemic in France and around the world.
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