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this is him as health condition, his age, and the fact that he feels that a prison sentence in the height of the pandemic he's not been vaccinated is tantamount to a sentence. of course, there were also lawyers opposing misses in his application, who went on to say that of course the court that gave mrs. emma, that sentence was well aware of his age, of his health condition, as well as the prison conditions and went to him, gave him that sentence anyway. so it was a long day of a lot of legal arguments being made. the judge is going to deliberate over those tomorrow. and then of course, hand out that ruling hand on that ruling on friday morning. nicole. where does all of this leave to my case right now, christine? well that's the interesting question because the police minister of the country was instructed by the supreme court to arrest and mr. a detention facility within 3 days. if he had failed to hand himself in, in 5 days now, yesterday the police minister said that he was going to wait for the outcome of
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this court before acting on the order of the supreme court. so that is an interesting case we find ourselves. and because the ministers deadline to make sure mr zimmer is in a personal facility expires at midnight on wednesday, and now this court is only going to announce its ruling on friday morning. so the minister of police is essentially also going to find himself in contempt. often order from the constitutional court, it remains to be seen what the police do for me. it's not clear if they're going to go ahead and make sure he's behind balls by midnight tomorrow, or if they're going to wait for friday. tensions up and running very high since the constitutional court sentenced to me. how do you think what his support is, react to his application, ultimately being rejected? nicole zima support his at all using the language that they are in a war. this is what they have declared this if you, if you listen to them, if you talk to them,
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you get the sense that these people are ready to fight this out. really in fact, on sunday with him address support is outside of his home. he, you said that, oh, you guys had formed a human shield, but even if the police tried to get to me, they wouldn't be able to get through you. suddenly we were told that on sunday there wasn't halogens on the ground when supported. i'll do no assembled outside his home that as many as 100 people were carrying firearms. now what the police have said is they do not want to scenario where there is some kind of an escalation of violence, confrontation between police and then the court. so it is understood that police are treating coffee with this no provocation on their part. could it be interesting to see how they're going to get to mrs. wilma, if they're forced to have to go and arrest him from his home because he supported medicare. they're not going to let that happen without a fight. very volatile situation. they're christine reporting. thank you very much . let's take a look now at some other stories making news around the world at this hour.
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lebanon's caretaker, a prime minister on sunday, has warned that his country is cold days away from a social explosion of the country files into an economic crisis. and prime minister said fuel shortages are already leading to social unrest called on the international community for how european council presidential michelle has visited . the border between bella, ruth and any member lithuania, record numbers of migrants have arrived there in recent weeks, michelle says celebrate. is allowing migrants across to put pressure on the u. brussels accuses men of using migrants for political purposes. latin america is seeing an alarming rise in corona virus infections. the region has the highest cobra, 900 death rate in the world for zillow has suffered the most fatalities with more than half a 1000000 deaths that is followed by mexico were over 230000 people have died and peru has nearly 200000 dead with
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a population just over 32000000. w. johan ramirez, reports from perot were a new very and called lambda has left the public health system really improved people are placing their hopes for carving to ponds em each on vaccination. yet progress is slow on the some 15 percent offer organs have received at least one those one of the worst rates in latin america. but for house work or some of the ground, it's better than nothing. you, most of the reason you look into it, we feel optimistic because people react while to vaccination in parole. in fact, the younger people would like everything to go faster so they can get back to native sonya from a notice all the commerce has reopened. after a 9 months quarantine, strict safety measures remain in place authorities copper, mandated, using double face mass to enters tours and shopping centers. face shields are
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widely used and hand washing facilities has been installed in the streets, but it has not been enough through the highest per capita death rate in the world. the government's response to the crisis has been widely criticized. the woman gave did those. this arrived too late for the trip alone. all the management of the pandemic is a complete disgrace, especially for the previous precedent. one, now at least the fights are seen. the last 2 peak stuff infections seem to have coincided with the political crisis that in both cases left to massive demonstrations. the 1st one was in november when political instability led to 3 precedents in one week. the 2nd wave of protest is happening right now. the reason a controversial presidential election, one of the candidates cried fraud while the other claims there is
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a plan to tell his victory, supporters from both sides have taken to the streets. according to some experts these demonstrations could cause a 4th arise in the infection car. but at this point, the concert cannot afford new lock down. the great this effort mass to be done to vaccinate the population. and to start negotiating from now on new generation vaccines for the new vargas that may appear. this is the most effective measure and we have been slowing doing so on average. pero administers about 350000 vaccines every week. a low figure for a country of more than $33000000.00 authorities have promised that the process will accelerate the government forecast. estimates that the eligible population will be immunized by the end of 2021. and changing. curious now to some sports
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news with just fourteen's left on the european football championship. the 1st of the semi final kicks off and just a few hours time. spain take on italy for a place in the final both sides. scott, through close games and the last round. but a revitalized italy look like having the upper hand, the v as hudy's ride home after their quarter final whenever belgium was reminiscent of the good old days of italian football. historically, italy is expected to challenge for every euros title. the victory of belgium helped ease the fans pain of 2018 when italy didn't even qualify for the world cup. there was reason to celebrate in the streets of rome, once again, whatever. i want to thank a coach about the mancini because it's all thanks to him. i expected italy to be strong, but they're better than i expected. the fans will not be able
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to travel to london to support the team, but there are nearly twice as many italians living in the u. k. a spaniards still, mancini sees the fixture as being even the thought. it was by edison, italy, in spain or in the semi finals that means they have deserved it in both of their own merits. i think we have a 50 percent chance. okay. like when do you see on the top in the previous map, standout player leonardo spin, sold at all his achilles tendon and italy, 2nd, full back to get injured at the tournament. a glimmer of hope for spain, who have no such injury concerns, but scraped past switzerland after penalties in the quarter final. they do have the better recent record in this fixture though, spain have lost just twice to italy and the last 13 encounters winning 7. however, given the choice between the 2 countries, dishes, british predict the dog, the psychic sausage was tempted by the serrano but eventually shows the liz,
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anya and the w saw until some fil is ad wembley stadium in london for us. charlotte, it's pretty crowded already where you are. what's the mood like yeah, i'm sure this is going to be a difficult watch for saying, and it's in the fans. these are the lucky ones. you will get to watch that side. go into the stadium. epic clash that you to take place in just a couple of hours time. we've been talking to people here, you'd expect huge amounts of excitement and build up to this gamers. instead to be reading between the 2 sides. they travel from all around the country, as you mentioned, did not report spending it to the funds have been unable to travel into england for the game due to the restriction. but that hadn't stop ex pat coming here. and also, even while we were just kids to watch a good game of football, so
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a lot of excitement here, a lot of drinking outside the stadium, low singing lot of dancing, everything you'd expect supporting sites and game like this. charlotte, we're seeing massive grounds of people arriving at the stadium. they are the u. k. is reporting a 3rd in cove at 19 cases lately. does that seem to bother the fans? they're right. $60000.00 fans will be inside this $90000.00 c to safety. and for this game, that is by far, one of the biggest, like the biggest crowd demick big. this is a market in that sense, people that we've spoken to not especially concerned they will have had to be the proven that they created back scenes. all have had a negative test, so they are just excited to begin to begin w charlan chilson phil at wembley. thank you very much. and
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at wimbledon, germany is number one, honestly can be carlino children to reach her for a semi final. the championship camera, the only remaining champion in the women. singles one the 1st that in half an hour and then struggle to victory after a tough 2nd said, the 2018 champion is hoping to reach her 3rd final and for face world number one, ashley barton and earlier, 2nd seed arianna, a link i moved into the semi finals after beating to me just owns job for the 1st arab woman to reach the quarter finals of the tournament, the bell, rudy, and won the match in straight sets 6463, and will face former world number one, kara, lina, please scala. in the next round, so we're left the tournament with congratulations from roger federer and venus williams, following her inspirational and finally, movie stars are ready to return to europe most glamorous red carpet. as the cannes
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film festival reopened, 24 films will compete for the tom prize, the palm door that is always keeping in line with francis social distancing rules. of course, american director mike lee has the jury and he will be the 1st black person to provide over the panel. first film will be next musical by french director, neal. you're watching the news coming up next with our cobra. 1900 special. i me back at the top of the hour with more. thank you so much for your company. ah. the fight against the corolla virus pandemic? how has the rate of infection in developing? what does the latest research say? information and contact the corona virus on the 19th. next on the w. wire
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culture. high hair super food style like on the lead owes lifestyle europe, dw, the finally back in the middle of the action. football fans from across europe are coming together. the beer is flowing and all of it is happening without face masks, as if nothing ever happened. we are worried about the delta variance. variance
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means we have to stay cautious. so delta variant is coming. it spreads faster than previous periods. so is the party over. should europe be back on a crisis floating as the vaccine roll out? not fast enough. what's the verdict for europe? is the glass half empty, or half full? hello and welcome to d w cove at 19 special. i'm daniel winter in berlin. delta delta plus even a gamma, a veritable alphabet soup of corona virus variance. let's take a closer look at delta, which originated in india. it spreads faster than the original in europe, it's becoming the predominant strain. delta accounts for 97 percent of all sequence positive test samples in the u. k. and there's blamed for sending infections rising once again. it's also dominant in portugal and russia elsewhere. the variance is
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spreading quickly in austria, where it represents one of every 2 cases. and it's getting a foothold in the czech republic to in germany. recent data shows, delta is around 37 percent of new infections, but the country's infectious disease center recently estimated it was already higher, perhaps 50 percent. some predicts the delta variance could account for 90 percent of all new cases by the end of august, but may sound bad. but remember, there is no evidence of diseases any more dangerous scientific evidence shows the spread of delta is cause for caution, but not for panic. getting the sort of in fact they can cope with 19 is likely to come as a big relief to those lucky enough to have one tell you what happens when you very come along. well, there's somebody who has some good news on this front against the delta vary and bio tech was found to be 80 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease.
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that's according to a study by public health, england. astrazeneca was 60 percent effective after the delta plus ferry and not enough data is available to know how to interact with immunizations. scientists in india and worldwide and looking into it research, just say it's unlikely lout fox, the current jobs, as well as the vaccines effectiveness against the variance. another big question is, how long was shot to protect us for? according to a nature paper, it could be a good while for m r and a job like foreign tech madana. to figure of the immune response found in some bio tech facts. and they said people was fed by researches to be a strong indication that protection could last for years. that's against coded 19 as it looks at the moment, is the virus changes out of recognition. it might be a different ball game that, that may or may not happen in the future. so now the vaccines available are best
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way after this. and joining us now is dr. and they, us back, tyler, a religious don't the austrian academy of sciences. so alpha, beta gamma epsilon delta, delta plus even now, how worry do we need to be about all these variance? i don't know where to worry to the right word. i would say we have to be alert because we know that the buyer keeps changing. this is something we have been observing since the beginning of the pen demik. and we do know that there are certain variance which has become more pictures, sometimes also acquiring new properties. so invading the new response a bit better. and these are all properties that one has to factor in when we tried to count the virus by, for example, particular measurements, such as social distance thing or explanation. and why is it that we're now suddenly
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hearing about so many variance showing up? are they really just coming to light just now we just trying to understand them or what, what's the case that i think it's a very interesting question that science itself and assigned to i think don't fully understand yet. what is clear is that many of the very in the actually take quite some time until the survey just to give you one example. delta has been 1st sequence in september 2020. so it took more than half a year for this virus to eventually hit the u. k. and eventually now the rest of continental europe and the world. and so this is one thing, it takes time for just variance. at the same time, we have evidence that we see over the last month that it will. lucian might be accelerating, but it's somehow backed up to might be faster in acquiring the mutations. and these are all process that the scientists try to understand better. ok, and looking at what the possible near future could be dealing with all of these
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various the u. k. so that the aiming for total unlocking on june 19th but delta case numbers are still very high. so is this the right thing to do in your opinion? do we just have to accept that there is going to be no good time to unlock and just grit our teeth and get through it? i mean, to cite some well known scientists in the u. k. this is going to be a big experiment. and it's always, i think, difficult or impossible to, it's a no upfront, what's gonna happen. but i think chances are that this will lead to a big spike, an increase of infection. and the question is, how much will this effect hospitalization rate and to be pages of clinical receive? and we do know that in general the current vaccine, including after authentic at it is used to live in the u. k. but also biotech, for example, had a very high protection. again, severe disease. and this is something i think that one has to be in. there are
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quite a big share of the population, including the younger ones that have been not estimated. what does this experiment turns out to be the right wing? right? well, just like to pick up on that actually, you know, israeli research has just recently said that the by on tech job is less effective against the delta very than previously thought. which is what i guess you were referring to there. what does this mean for the fight against covert 19? i think we have to distinguish between the different effects of, of being vaccinated on the one hand vaccine is there to protect yourself. so it's kind of an existing action, and this is still giving you a very high protection against delta very. and the other point, if you would like to seem to prevent the spread of the virus, so from being infected in the 1st place, and then transmitting the virus to other persons. and there seems to be some data coming from the thread that maybe those people have been best connected with
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biasing quite some time ago or right. and this is open, important to factor in time that those people might still get infected, although they don't come to the disease or develop severe disease. so i think overall they would use that's the vaccines are working against delta. not it could be that they're not as effective anymore in refusing to spread. so i'm all, we kind of wasting our time with too much alarm ism around the variance. i'm not sure i think we shouldn't be surprised anymore. ok, so one and a half years of dependent is that there will be new variance coming around. and with delta epsilon lumber, the greek alphabet had 24 letters. so let's see when we reached omega. but i think these are the things that we can expect. the big question with all of these new arriving variances, do they have to change properties? are they more infectious to the lead to more disease?
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are they potentially escaping the immune response be from natural infection or from vaccination? and this is something i guess it has to be assessed for each and every very important questions for the future. for us to last that dr. andrea back tyler of the austrian academy of sciences. thank you very much for joining us. thank you for having and it's not just us who asked the questions. now it's your turn. it's the part of the program where we put one of your questions to our science correspondent derek williams. paul, does the vaccine black, the virus or simply keep it free closing severe disease? oh, okay. i've talked about this several times in the past, but maybe it's time for an update on, on what we know now. as you rightly point out mark initial trials carried out with vaccines that have been approved for you so far. they were set up to look at the
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vaccine safety and how well the vaccines were able to block the development of symptomatic disease in recipients in particular, severe disease. and they're really, really good at that though they're not perfect. what are called breakthrough cases do occur. those are people who are fully vaccinated, that somehow subsequently test positive for the virus. but when you look at the numbers, break through infections are few and far between. and most of the people that happens to get a symptomatic or mild cases of cobra. 19 breakthrough cases that end up in the hospital, or even if you are and far between or if you can say that. and so a big win on the primary goal of stopping bad disease. but it's taking time to gather data on a major secondary call, which is stopping virus transmission. do vaccines also provide at least some degree
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of what's called sterilizing immunity? that's when, if you're exposed to a pathogen after getting your shots, your immune system is so primed to wipe it out, that the pathogen basically has no chance to gain even a temporary foothold. and since it can't rep and you, you can't give it to someone else, evidence is now piling up that if you're vaccinated, then your risk of catching over 19 in a measurable way is a lot lower. so the logical assumption is that the chances you might subsequently pass it along are also a lot lower than they would be for someone who is unvaccinated, but a small chance isn't a 0 chance. the fact page at johns hopkins university expresses our current level of knowledge very well. i think it says back scenes are likely to reduce the
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risk of virus transmission, but probably not completely for everyone. me . and that's all for this edition of our covered 1900 special for more information about the pandemic. you can check out the covert 1900 section on our website, the w dot com. i'm danny winter in berlin until next time. thanks for watching and take the the me use the news. the news
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