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EU secures 15 million more doses of Moderna's adapted COVID vaccine
The European Commission secured an additional 15 million doses of vaccine boosters from Moderna adapted for the Omicron variant.
'No longer necessary': Austria scraps COVID-19 vaccine mandate
Health Minister Johannes Rauch said the measure risked polarising society and could even lead to fewer people getting the jab.
Got a food allergy? You’re 50% less likely to get COVID, study finds
The US study also confirmed that being overweight or obese increases the risk of coronavirus infection.
Germany’s top court approves vaccine mandate for health workers
Judges said the need to protect vulnerable people in hospitals and care homes outweighs any infringement of workers’ rights.
Kim Jong-un labels North Korea's Covid-19 outbreak a 'great disaster'
Half a million people are thought to have developed fevers since late April in the country which lacks medicines and rejected international offers of vaccines.
Mental health a factor in risk of breakthrough COVID infection - study
Vaccinated patients over the age of 65 with a history of certain mental health conditions were found to be at higher risk of breakthrough infection
Too early to consider 4th COVID vaccine dose, say EU medical bodies
While most people won't be considered for a fourth dose of COVID mRNA vaccine, those over 80 will be encouraged to get a second booster.
Germany scales back COVID-19 restrictions despite high infection rate
Germany has scaled back COVID-19 restrictions despite a surge in cases. But in some regions, hospitals are still overloaded and restrictive measures have been extended.
China records first COVID-related deaths since January 2021
China has suffered a surge in COVID-19 cases but health authorities pointed out that the elderly victims died from underlying conditions and not the disease itself.
Austria to suspend its controversial COVID vaccine mandate
Austria was the first country in the EU to introduce such a measure. But now it has been suspended.
Reporter struggles as police use tear gas to break up demonstration
Reporter struggles as police use tear gas to break up demonstration in Paris.
German court won't stop vaccine mandate for healthcare workers for now
The Constitutional Court declined to issue an injunction before the new law takes effect in mid-March.
Debunked: COVID-19 vaccines do not create variants of HIV/AIDS
False claims have suggested a link between Coronavirus jabs and the new HIV variant that emerged in the Netherlands.
Protest against COVID restrictions and vaccines in Madrid
Nevertheless, mandatory outdoor mask-wearing is expected to be lifted by 10 February in Spain.
Romania starts vaccinating children aged 5-11
In Romania, children aged 5-11 years can now be vaccinated against COVID-19 in 219 paediatric centres.
Elton John postpones Texas concerts after contracting COVID-19
The concerts, part of John's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour, were scheduled for January 25 and January 26.
Europe could be moving towards 'a kind of pandemic endgame', says WHO
Europe could be moving towards a kind of pandemic endgame, said WHO's Europe director Hans Kluge. But, he added, it is too early to call COVID an endemic.
Thousands protest COVID measures in Washington, Brussels and Barcelona
From health passes to vaccine mandates, protesters were out in force this weekend.
COVID-19: Quebec introduces new restrictions for the unvaccinated
From now on, liquor and cannabis stores are only accessible to people who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Spain to treat COVID-19 as an endemic illness instead of pandemic
The country has seen its COVID-19 fatality rate fall from an initial 13% to 1%, and according to Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez "the virus is no longer so deadly".