Vaccination in Switzerland: around 100 cases of serious side effects, including 16 deaths

Vaccination in Switzerland: Around 100 Cases of Serious Side Effects, Including 16 Deaths

Since the start of the Coronavirus vaccination campaign in Switzerland, the Swissmedic service has received reports of around 100 cases of serious side effects, including 16 deaths. The campaign continues. Swissmedic, the Swiss Institute for Therapeutic Products, has received precisely 95 reports of serious side effects that are believed to be attributable to vaccinations. His statements come after […]

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During a virtual summit, European Council President Charles Michel (top left) called on leaders not to ease restrictions against the coronavirus on February 25, 2021.

Coronavirus: Europe Calls for Maintaining “Firm” Restrictions on Mutations

PANDEMIC: At the end of a European summit, leaders warned of the next “difficult” weeks, especially on the vaccination front It is too early to let our guard down. European leaders at the summit called on Thursday to “maintain firm restrictions” while speeding up vaccination campaigns to stem the mutations of the coronavirus, but have not settled their differences on the […]

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British health authorities have decided to lower the alert level for the Covid-19 pandemic one step further, the risk of hospital flooding having "receded" in the United Kingdom.

Coronavirus: United Kingdom Lowers Alert Level, Less Pressure on Hospitals

EPIDEMIC: “The threat of flooding the national health service or other health services within 21 days has receded,” said the health authorities of the United Kingdom British health authorities decided on Thursday to lower the alert level relating to the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, the risk of submersion of hospitals having “receded” in the United Kingdom, subjected to severe […]

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Lombardy, a region in northern Italy, announced on Wednesday the reopening from February 15 of its alpine ski facilities

Coronavirus in Italy: The Reopening of Ski Resorts is Blocked

COVID-19: This decision comes as the British mutation of coronavirus now accounts for 17.8% of new cases in Italy Italy has decided to keep ski resorts closed which were to reopen on Monday due to the spread of variants of the coronavirus, including the British mutation, the Ministry of Health announced on Sunday. Italy’s Health Minister Roberto Speranza signed […]

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Germany closes its borders after fear of coronavirus Covid-19 mutations spreading

Coronavirus in Germany: Berlin Closes Borders and Draws Criticism from the EU

COVID-19: These restrictions were decided on due to fears of the German government of a new wave of Covid-19 contaminations from the British and South African mutations of coronavirus Germany on Sunday closed some of its borders, with the Czech Republic and Austrian Tyrol, in an attempt to contain the spread of Covid-19, sparking criticism from the European […]

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Brits face 10 years in prison if they lie about where they come from

Brits Face 10 Years in Prison if they Lie about Where they Come From

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, 33 countries are strongly discouraged for UK travellers, who risk very high if they cheat. Portugal, South Africa, Brazil… London has put 33 destinations on a “red list”, strongly discouraged because of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic and the spread of mutations. And if he took the urge to a traveller to […]

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Electric car sales doubled in Europe in 2020

Automotive: Electric Car Sales Doubled in Europe in 2020

TRANSPORT: The European market has been cut by a quarter of its sales by the health crisis, but sales of hybrid and electric vehicles have exceeded sales of diesel in Europe A good year for the automobile. Sales of electric vehicles doubled in Europe in 2020, while sales of plug-in hybrids tripled, topping a total of one million vehicles sold, according […]

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Denmark announces upcoming coronavirus digital vaccination passport

Denmark Announces Upcoming Digital Vaccination Passport

Denmark has announced the upcoming implementation of a digital vaccination passport to allow travellers to move around and ease health restrictions. The Danish government announced on February 3rd that it would develop a digital vaccination passport: this document would be used to travel to Denmark and to ease the health restrictions brought about by the […]

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Flu cases in England have fallen by 95 percent, the lowst in 130 years

Flu Cases in England Have Fallen by More than 95% to Levels Not Seen in 130 Years

Flu cases in England have fallen by more than 95% to levels not seen in 130 years. Data experts from the Royal College of General Practices (RCGP) said that during the third week of January – usually a peak period for influenza – the number of influenza-like illnesses reported to doctors was 0.9 per 100,000 […]

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Douglas closes 20% of its stores in Europe, 350 jobs threatened in France

Coronavirus: Douglas Closes 20% of its Stores in Europe, 350 Jobs Threatened in France

PERFUMERIES: The group operates under the Nocibé brand in France, where it plans to close 62 stores Nearly 20% of the stores of the German perfume group Douglas will close in Europe, the group announced Thursday. Affected by the fall in economic activity linked to the coronavirus epidemic, the brand wants to focus on online sales. “About 500 of […]

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