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How a fake jabs probe highlights Greece's deep vaccine scepticism
“This is a nation and a culture where doubt is sewn into everything, including the questioning of authority and science, in order to maintain the beliefs they already have.”
Milk, bread and... a COVID jab? Vaccines given at Belgian supermarket
Customers in Brussels can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine at several different stores in an effort to boost the vaccination rate in the Belgian capital.
Facebook accused of shifting blame over vaccine misinformation
Facebook said this week it had removed over three dozen pages that were spreading online misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Meet the French health workers against compulsory COVID vaccination
French health workers who refuse mandatory vaccination will face a suspension without remuneration. Many are up in arms against the new rules.
Conspiracy theorists are exploiting Germany's flooded regions
German politicians have warned that anti-mask demonstrators could be exploiting the country's flood-damaged areas and spreading disinformation.
'Hateful': French vaccine protesters condemned for Nazi comparison
As tens of thousands took to the streets to protest France's new COVID-19 health pass, some wore yellow stars recalling the ones the Nazis forced Jews to wear.
Airbnb listing suspended over spreading vaccine misinformation
The hosts were spreading common anti-vaccination narratives, claiming falsely that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines shed from person to person.
'I was innocent': Soviet-era ghosts return to haunt vaccine scientist
Katalin Kariko fled Communist Hungary to pursue her dream of helping to cure disease. 35 years later, her past is being weaponised.
Debunk: Pfizer and Moderna did not skip animal trials
All vaccines rolled out within the EU trialed on animals, but people on social media have been pushing false claims that people taking the jabs are acting as 'lab rats.'
Italy arrests two anti-vaxxers for Brescia vaccine centre arson attack
The two men allegedly threw Molotov cocktails at the facility last month, causing fire damage.
Experts cool claims about impact of vaccines on menstrual cycles
Experts have poured cold water on claims from anti-vaxxers that COVID-19 vaccines can adversely affect menstrual cycles.
AstraZeneca jab pause 'will definitely increase vaccine hesitancy'
"We have already seen a problem before now with vaccine hesitancy, but it [the halt] will definitely increase that," Dr William Budd told Euronews.
Amazon directs customers to vaccine misinformation, study finds
The world's largest online retailer Amazon directs customers towards books containing vaccine misinformation, a new study has found.
Angela Merkel did not "refuse" the AstraZeneca vaccine
Newspapers claimed the German Chancellor refused to have the vaccine. However, she wasn't offered it because she is above the age threshold.
COVID: UK government grants €26m to promote 'accurate information'
Plans include improving helplines, school programmes, workplace engagement, phoning those in at-risk groups, as well as training sessions to help people provide information and provide advice about COVID-19 and the vaccines.
Why do so few people in France want to take the COVID-19 vaccine?
Just 40% of French people say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if available, making the country one of the most vaccine-hesitant in the world.
Why are Czechs among Europe’s most sceptical over taking vaccines?
The Czech Republic is on a par with France when it comes to scepticism or hesitancy over taking vaccines.
COVID vaccines: Hesitancy, conspiracy theories and misinformation
In this special edition of The Cube we dive into the difference between legitimate vaccine hesitancy and the anti-vaccine movement.
One in three people in UK exposed to COVID-19 anti-vaccine messages
A new survey by Ipsos MORI and King's College London found that one in three people in the UK have been exposed to an anti-vaccine message.
Facebook vows to tackle vaccine misinformation on its platform
Facebook will also be investing $100 million (€82m) in the news industry and supporting fact-checkers.