12 November 2020
Skopje – Minister of Education and Science Mila Carovska says in an interview with MIA that she considers all measures that are taken as good and that they’ve produced the desired effect; the rules are being followed and it can be concluded that schools aren’t virus transmitters, as there is less than one percent of infected students and teachers in schools. Therefore, they’re staying open for the time being.
Skopje – North Macedonia on Wednesday reported a record-breaking daily tally of 1,321 new coronavirus infections. There are 15,975 active cases across the country and 1,049 patients have been hospitalized.
Berlin – A man was detained after a vehicle hit a police station in north London, Metropolitan police tweeted on Wednesday evening.
New York – Bars, restaurants and gyms across New York must close by 10 pm and private parties will be limited to 10 people as part of new coronavirus restrictions that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday.
Washington – Ron Klain, the former Ebola czar in the Obama administration, is being named as the incoming White House chief of staff once president-elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office in January, the transition team said on Wednesday.