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EU now has enough COVID-19 jabs to fully vaccinate 70% of adults
The Commission chief said in a statement that some 500 million doses will have been distributed to the 27 member states by Sunday.
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France fears fourth COVID-19 wave as Delta variant doubles in one week
With incidence rates on the rise in most French regions and the Delta variant gaining ground, the government warned the country may soon face a fourth wave of coronavirus.
COVID-19: Russia sees record daily death toll for 2 days in a row
Russia, Europe's worst-affected country with 135,214 deaths, has in recent weeks been hit by a surge of Delta variant cases.
EU says it is on target to vaccinate 70% of population by end of July
In Belgium and Malta, 71% of the population have already received one jab, but in Bulgaria, that figure is just 16%.
Delta or Delta Plus? What's the variant putting Europe 'on thin ice'?
Delta variant COVID cases have risen by 46% in a week in the UK, while experts estimate 90% of all Europe's coronavirus cases will be the Delta variety by the end of August.
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Misleading posts online have suggested that people should take antihistamines or painkillers before getting their coronavirus vaccine, but the WHO has warned against this.
AstraZeneca ordered to deliver millions of COVID vaccine doses to EU
Brussels and AstraZeneca both claim victory in court battle over COVID-19 vaccine deliveries
Spain follows France in lifting outdoor face mask rules
The requirement came into force in May 2020 and will be lifted on June 26.
Moscow closes EURO 2020 fan zone as it battles COVID-19 surge
More than 9,050 COVID-19 cases were observed in Moscow, authorities announced on Friday — the highest daily tally observed in the Russian capital since the beginning of the pandemic.
Slovakia is second EU country to roll out Russia's Sputnik V COVID jab
Slovakia has 200,000 doses of the Russian-made vaccine at its disposal after a tumultuous few months in which a secret deal to purchase 2 million doses triggered a political crisis in the country.
Delta variant about 40% more transmissible, UK health secretary says
The Delta variant, which first emerged in India and is now the dominant variant of COVID-19 in the UK, is about 40% more transmissible.
France extends COVID-19 vaccination to 12-18 year olds
France will begin inoculating teens aged 12-18 on June 15, President Macron said as COVID-19 indicators were deteriorating in southwestern regions.
UK hits COVID-19 vaccine milestone with 75% of adults inoculated
Three-quarters of the adult UK population has now received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, authorities said on Wednesday. The milestone was hit amid concerns in the country over the fast-spreading delta variant.
Dutch production line to increase Moderna COVID-19 jab output
This line will enable the supply of an additional 300 million doses of Moderna's booster variant vaccine candidate per year, if authorised.
COVID vaccination campaigns are 'too slow', WHO Europe director warns
Hans Kluge, the World Health Organisation Regional Director for Europe, warned people should continue to be cautious amid more transmissible variants and slow vaccination campaigns.
Pfizer’s COVID jab is first in EU to be approved for 12-15 year olds
The European Medicines Agency gave the green light to member states to use the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 in children between the age of 12 and 15.
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.
France opens COVID-19 vaccination to all adults from May 31
All adults in France will be able to get their COVID-19 jabs from May 31, Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Thursday.
EU and Pfizer sign deal for extra 1.8 million COVID-19 vaccine doses
Brussels and Pfizer sign deal for additional 1.8 million COVID-19 vaccine doses
UK to ease COVID rules but warns Indian variant could disrupt progress
The British prime minister said the variant, which has killed at least four people in the UK, could pose "a serious disruption" to removing restrictions in June.
Over a quarter of EU adults 'unlikely' to get COVID vaccine: Survey
Eurofound found that people who use social media as their main source of information are more sceptical about the vaccine than those who use traditional news sources.
French lawmakers approve COVID-19 health pass to reopen economy
A bill over the creation of a health pass was approved by French MPs in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday but the government was forced to make amendments.
EU demands AstraZeneca deliver COVID-19 vaccines as promised
The British-Swedish firm owes the EU 90 million doses of the vaccine, the European Commission said.
EU agrees to buy up to 1.8 billion Pfizer vaccine doses
The European Commission deal with Pfizer-BioNTech is its biggest vaccine contract so far
IP rights just one part of vaccine production, says EU's trade chief
Valdis Dombrovskis, the EU's trade chief, told Euronews that other measures, besides patent waivers, need to be considered to ramp up global production of COVID-19 vaccines.