Infections are increasing in France and Spain, whereas new cases are decreasing in Poland (after deaths were recorded). States that have reduced the control bar minimally, on the other hand, are seeing a similar increase in new patients as those that have let it go in recent months. There are numerous elements that influence the epidemiological curve’s orientation; however, not all of them are clearly discernible. Since mid-November, Austria has agreed to provide unvaccinated people with insurance: The results are a boon to the Vienna government.
However, in Belgium, which was only recently turned on for cover, the drop is also visible. In Poland, the capacity of restaurants and public venues was limited by 30% in mid-December. However, the country had previously reported a record number of deaths, with a daily average of almost 600 just two weeks earlier.