Your Wednesday Briefing

As the most viral delta form of coronavirus spread around the world, masks have again become the focus of conflicting views on how to manage the epidemic. The variant now serves as one for five infections in the United States. Last week, the WHO reinstated their recommendation that everyone, including the insulated, wear masks in various situations to prevent the spread of the virus. It went against the U.S. health consultant in May that fully vaccinated people don’t even need to wear a mask inside the home.

Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are slowly campaigning for vaccinations and fighting to prevent the spread of variants under the auspices of the new blockade between four major cities in Australia, as well as Bangladesh and Malaysia. Context: Studies have shown that the Covid-19 vaccine is still very effective against the delta form, although partially vaccinated, their protection is significantly less.

Civil war broke out eight months after the Ethiopian army invaded the Tigris region, when Tigrian fighters took control of the regional capital, McClellan. Neighbors celebrated in the streets. The rebel forces indicated that they were too hungry for war. Senior rebel members said they would continue fighting and were ready to hunt down Eritrean forces joining the Ethiopian army on their territory. 

The dramatic change hit Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed; He began the offensive journey in November which he promised would end the week. After eight months of violence, allegations of atrocities against Eritrean troops are now being felt. Tide turn: The battle against the defensive was clearly started with Tigrian forces. However, the rebels were able to regroup. Moreover, attacks and human rights violations have dragged a large number of employers into the arms of the group. Great: Nearly two million people have been displaced from their homes. The region has a long list of crises, including famine as well as lack of water and education, where millions of people are suffering from hunger.

Six days after a condo complex north of Miami Beach collapsed, rescuers say they are not missing because they are searching for a huge mound of rubble. Twelve deaths have been confirmed. This is what we know about them. Despite rescuers’ efforts, many families awaiting a government-sponsored reunion center were forced to move to an unsanitary and confined space where mourning may seem necessary and premature. People stood around the wreckage and shouted at those who were missing: “I love you.” “Please get out of there.” “We are waiting.”