Coronavirus in Austria: Vaccination will be Imposed from February 1st 1

Coronavirus in Austria: Vaccination will be Imposed from February 1st

EPIDEMIC: The chancellor of Austria announced the confinement of the entire population from Monday and compulsory vaccination from the 1st February As a new wave of coronavirus hits various European countries, Austria will take drastic measures. Conservative Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg thus announced this Friday the confinement from Monday, for “a period of 20 days”, of the entire population, including therefore people with a […]

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Coronavirus in Germany: Angela Merkel Announces Restrictions Only for the Unvaccinated 2

Coronavirus in Germany: Angela Merkel Announces Restrictions Only for the Unvaccinated

EPIDEMIC: Germans who are not immune to Covid-19 will no longer be able to access certain public places Faced with the surge in Covid-19 infections , Germany is toughening its tone and especially towards unvaccinated people. After a crisis meeting on Thursday, Angela Merkel announced the generalization of specific restrictions for these citizens, such as their exclusion from certain public places. “We […]

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Coronavirus in Germany: Munich Cancels Christmas Market Due to Epidemic Rebound 3

Coronavirus in Germany: Munich Cancels Christmas Market Due to Epidemic Rebound

EPIDEMIC: Germany has been facing a surge in coronavirus cases for several weeks Due to “the exponential growth” of coronavirus cases , the German city of Munich has canceled its Christmas market , which attracts more than two million visitors, Mayor Dieter Reiter announced on Tuesday. Munich is the first major German city to make such a decision this year, in the face of the virulence of the new epidemic […]

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Coronavirus in Germany: How Did the Fourth Wave Start? 4

Coronavirus in Germany: How Did the Fourth Wave Start?

EPIDEMIC: There are 131,000 coronavirus cases per week in the regions of Goethe and Bayern Munich in Germany, as many as a year ago Germany is facing a fourth wave of coronavirus Covid-19 cases, comparable to that of last fall with 34,000 new contaminations identified in 24 hours on Thursday. Across the Rhine, the vaccination rate […]

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Super League: UEFA Resigns Itself to Cancelling all Sanctions Against the 12 Rebellious Clubs 5

Super League: UEFA Resigns Itself to Cancelling all Sanctions Against the 12 Rebellious Clubs

FOOTBALL: The body of European football, UEFA, finally had to comply with a court ruling from Madrid against sanctions Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City , Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Real Madrid, Juventus and FC Barcelona can take their breath away. UEFA announced Monday to cancel all disciplinary proceedings, already suspended, against these 12 mutinous […]

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The variant that appeared in Colombia has infected several residents of a nursing home in Zaventem.

Coronavirus: What do we Know about the Colombian Variant, Which Killed Seven People in a Belgian Nursing Home?

EPIDEMIC: This new variant first identified in Colombia claimed the lives of seven residents of a nursing home in Zaventem, Belgium. Appeared in Colombia, the B.1.621 strain of the coronavirus claimed the lives of seven residents of a Belgian nursing home. However, all had a complete vaccination schedule. But this new variant carries the E484K mutation, […]

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Like Pfizer, the Moderna vaccine is one of the most administered in the European Union

Vaccination: Pfizer and Moderna have Increased the Price of their Vaccine for the EU, Reveals the “Financial Times”

BUSINESS: The Pfizer vaccine goes from 15.5 euros to 19.5 euros and that of Moderna from 19 euros to 21.5 euros Business is business. According to the British business newspaper the  Financial Times, pharmaceutical companies  Pfizer and Moderna increased the price of the vaccine against the coronavirus as part of an agreement with the European Union. The Pfizer vaccine goes from 15.5 euros […]

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The EU thinks it can caccinate 70 percent of adults with the Covid-19 vaccine by July

Coronavirus: EU Thinks it can Vaccinate 70% of Adults by July

VACCINATION: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen relies on accelerated production and new vaccine contracts The European Union hopes to be able to reach the goal set for September of vaccinating 70% of adults against the coronavirus by July, announced the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, this Friday during a visit to a Pfizer factory. -BioNTech […]

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Possible links between the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine and Thrombosis

Possible Links Between the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine and Cases of Thrombosis

The European Medicines Agency announced this Friday 9th April, to launch a study on the possible links between four cases of thrombosis, including one fatal, and the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine After AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson? This Friday 9th April, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) launched a study on the American single-dose vaccine. The safety commission […]

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Madrid, the capital that has decided to live with the coronavirus

Madrid, The Capital That Has Decided to Live With The Coronavirus

In Madrid, the council has decided to try and live with the coronavirus, opening bars, restaurants and museums In Madrid, bars and restaurants are open until curfew at 11 p.m. Six people per table maximum, distance inside, a privilege despite everything, of which everyone is well aware. The Spanish capital has chosen not to close any business […]

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