Slovakia Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine will begin use next Monday, despite the drug not yet approved by the European Union’s pharmaceutical agency, the EMA. It will initially be given to children in the age group of 18-60 years. Hungary is already using the Russian vaccine but in Slovakia it has been at the center of a political crisis. A secret Slovak deal with Russia to get 200,000 doses eventually led to the resignation of Prime Minister Igor Matovic.
russian Soccer officials are crying as Denmark blocks Russian fans from attending a European Championship group stage match in Copenhagen later this month. Russia is classified as a restricted country for tourists Due to its level of COVID infection and UEFA 2020 is seen as a tourist event.
some good news for Spanish Nightlife: Public health officials say discos and clubs in areas with low infection rates should be allowed to reopen Balearic Islands, for the first time since August last year. Spanish media say the house will have 50% capacity and six people per table. It is not clear whether dancing will be allowed.
ratio of Dutch people According to a blood bank survey of 2,000 people, the COVID antibodies in their blood rose to 54% from 32% last month. This increase is largely down to vaccination levels in the 50s.
Children in the age group of 12-15 can now apply for vaccination in two Austria
State, Upper and Lower Austria. The Pfizer-Biontech vaccine was approved by the EMA last week for more than 12 years.
German Incidence rates have been falling across the country for weeks, but in some states the number has started rising again. The seven-day rate in half of Germany is less than 35 cases per 100,000 people, but in the state of Hesse, which also includes Frankfurt, it is slightly above 46.1. The overall incidence rate across Germany is 36.8.
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