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Europe adopts a new plan to confront the increase in Corona injuries

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Europe adopts a new plan to confront the increase in Corona injuries

European countries have expanded the distribution of booster doses against “Covid-19”, and started plans to vaccinate young children Thursday, November 25, 2021, as the continent resists an increase in cases, amid mounting concerns about the economic repercussions of this increase.

The government of the Czech Republic declared a state of emergency for 30 days, due to the high number of coronavirus cases, while Germany crossed the 100,000 mark.

Corona new wave

Europe is at the center of the latest wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, with countries on the continent detecting one million new infections every two days, and currently recording nearly two-thirds of new infections worldwide.

On Thursday, the European Commission proposed that residents of the European Union receive booster doses if they want to travel to another country within the bloc next summer, without the need to undergo tests or quarantine.

In France, the authorities announced that the booster doses would be available to everyone over the age of 18, rather than being limited to people over 65 and those with underlying health problems.

Many countries are rolling out or expanding booster doses, although the World Health Organization wants the world’s most vulnerable people to be fully vaccinated first.

Booster doses for all adults

The European Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday recommended the use of booster doses for all adults, with priority given to those over 40 years old.

There is also an increasing tendency in some European countries to vaccinate young children.

The European Union’s drug watchdog approved on Thursday the use of the Pfizer and Biontech vaccines to vaccinate children aged five to 11 at lower doses, after authorizing their use in children under 12 in May 2021. The Commission is expected to issue The European Union will make its final decision on Friday.

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic are preparing to vaccinate young children after approval by the European Medicines Agency, although delivery of smaller doses will not be available until December 20.

The number of injuries doubled

In France, where the number of infections doubles every 11 days, Health Minister Olivier Veran said he would ask health regulators to study whether children aged five to 11 should be vaccinated.

Slovakia entered a two-week lockdown on Thursday, after neighboring Austria began the lockdown on Monday, as the country with one of the lowest vaccination rates in the European Union reported critical hospitalizations and new infections topping global charts.

In the Netherlands, the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients has reached levels the country has not seen since early May. Experts have warned that hospitals will reach full capacity in just over a week if the outbreak is not contained.

In Portugal, one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, the authorities have reimposed some restrictions; To stop the increase in cases of “Covid-19”, the authorities have ordered all passengers entering the country, even those who have received a full vaccination, to show a negative test that proves that they are free of the disease upon arrival.


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European countries have expanded the distribution of booster doses against “Covid-19”, and started plans to vaccinate young children Thursday, November 25, 2021, as the continent resists an increase in cases, amid mounting concerns about the economic repercussions of this increase.

The government of the Czech Republic declared a state of emergency for 30 days, due to the high number of coronavirus cases, while Germany crossed the 100,000 mark.

Corona new wave

Europe is at the center of the latest wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, with countries on the continent detecting one million new infections every two days, and currently recording nearly two-thirds of new infections worldwide.

On Thursday, the European Commission proposed that residents of the European Union receive booster doses if they want to travel to another country within the bloc next summer, without the need to undergo tests or quarantine.

In France, the authorities announced that the booster doses would be available to everyone over the age of 18, rather than being limited to people over 65 and those with underlying health problems.

Many countries are rolling out or expanding booster doses, although the World Health Organization wants the world’s most vulnerable people to be fully vaccinated first.

Booster doses for all adults

The European Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday recommended the use of booster doses for all adults, with priority given to those over 40 years old.

There is also an increasing tendency in some European countries to vaccinate young children.

The European Union’s drug watchdog approved on Thursday the use of the Pfizer and Biontech vaccines to vaccinate children aged five to 11 at lower doses, after authorizing their use in children under 12 in May 2021. The Commission is expected to issue The European Union will make its final decision on Friday.

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic are preparing to vaccinate young children after approval by the European Medicines Agency, although delivery of smaller doses will not be available until December 20.

The number of injuries doubled

In France, where the number of infections doubles every 11 days, Health Minister Olivier Veran said he would ask health regulators to study whether children aged five to 11 should be vaccinated.

Slovakia entered a two-week lockdown on Thursday, after neighboring Austria began the lockdown on Monday, as the country with one of the lowest vaccination rates in the European Union reported critical hospitalizations and new infections topping global charts.

In the Netherlands, the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients has reached levels the country has not seen since early May. Experts have warned that hospitals will reach full capacity in just over a week if the outbreak is not contained.

In Portugal, one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, the authorities have reimposed some restrictions; To stop the increase in cases of “Covid-19”, the authorities have ordered all passengers entering the country, even those who have received a full vaccination, to show a negative test that proves that they are free of the disease upon arrival.

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