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EU secures 15 million more doses of Moderna's adapted COVID vaccine
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There is no investigation into UK COVID-19 vaccines, police say
The Metropolitan police stated that it will not be taking any action on complaints from anti-vaccine protesters in the UK.
Germany and Austria eye end to most COVID rules in March
Germany saw infections caused by the highly contagious omicron variant surge later than in several other European countries.
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.
Fact check: UK police are not investigating COVID-19 vaccine programme
A number of videos have shown anti-vax protesters handing out fake legal documents to medical workers and other professionals claiming that vaccines are an alleged threat to public health.
Austria is to make COVID jabs mandatory. Will other EU nations follow?
COVID vaccines will be mandatory for all adults in Austria from 3 February.
COVID vaccine misinformation violates human rights, says Pope Francis
Pope Francis has condemned the spread of fake news about coronavirus jabs and the pandemic.
Germany mulls banning Telegram app, accused of aiding hate speech
As Germany starts debating whether to make the Covid vaccine mandatory, it is also considering banning the messenger app Telegram, a hotbed for conspiracy theorists.
Is it counterproductive to make vaccines mandatory?
Vaccines will be mandatory in Austria from February 1. But will the move have the desired effect?
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Brussels mulls joint EU purchase of new antiviral COVID pills
The European Commission is in talks with pharmaceutical companies to buy the antiviral pills, which can be taken orally at home.
Brexit-voting areas of UK have highest COVID-19 death rate - study
New research suggests that people who voted Brexit are far more susceptible to anti-vax sentiment.
EU to support targeted patent waiver on COVID vaccines, say sources
The waiver could allow developing countries to manufacture their own COVID vaccines.
Is it fair for European countries to single out the unvaccinated?
Before, whole populations were locked down. Now, some countries are targeting only the unvaccinated. Is it justified?
Inside a Kyiv hospital as Ukraine battles a record COVID surge
“I think that only the fear of dying has kept me alive. I wanted to live. I was doing everything that I could to breathe."
Social media firms sanction Bolsonaro over COVID vaccine claims
YouTube said it had suspended the Brazilian President for one week, while Facebook and Instagram have removed his live broadcast from last week.
French hospital denies politician's unvaccinated workers claim
A post on social media had claimed that 30% of the hospital's medical workers have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine and were facing suspension.
Distrust & disinformation have left Latvia lagging on vaccine rollout
More than two-thirds of EU adults have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In Latvia, that figure is 45.5%
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.
France looks to help those jabbed outside EU get a COVID health pass
It comes just days before the health pass will be required to access French restaurants and bars.
How vaccine doubts have put the handbrake on Serbia's rapid rollout
Serbia's vaccine rollout was once one of the fastest in Europe. But vaccine scepticism has seen it slow significantly in recent months.
'We've delivered': 70% of EU adults have one vaccination, says VDL
The target of 70% of EU adults having at least one vaccination has been reached. And a total of 57% of people aged 18 and over are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 across the EU.
European Medicines Agency first to approve Moderna jab for children
It is the first time the vaccine has been authorised for people aged under 18.
UK eases isolation rules for critical workers as shops run out of food
It comes after more than 600,000 people were asked to self-isolate in the week to July 14 after coming into contact with a person who tested positive.
France now in 4th wave of COVID due to Delta cases soaring, says PM
Daily cases soared to 18,000 on Tuesday and Castex claimed 96% of these infections were in unvaccinated people.
France rolls out health pass as COVID-19 infections surge
Véran attributed the rise to the Delta variant, which was first detected in India.
COVID-19 vaccine: EU overtakes US in first jabs injections
After a slow start, Europe's inoculation drive has picked up pace. The share of the EU's population that received at least one vaccine dose is now higher than in the US.
Fully jabbed UK travellers arriving from France must still quarantine
Starting Monday, fully vaccinated UK residents returning from amber countries will no longer have to quarantine, except those arriving from France, the UK government announced on Friday.