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Djokovic received medical exemption after having COVID-19, lawyers say
Novak Djokovic was exempted from Australia's COVID-19 vaccination rules because he tested positive for the virus, lawyers said in a court document.
Omicron is 'killing people' and should not be called 'mild', WHO warns
A record 9.5 million COVID-19 infections were reported across the world over the previous week — a 71% increase on the previous seven-day period.
Italy introduces mandatory COVID vaccination for the over 50s
It comes with COVID infections surging to record levels.
French MPs approve vaccine pass law after initial government rebuke
Under the bill, a negative COVID-19 test will no longer grant access to most public venues.
Australia travel rules explained as Djokovic denied entry
The Serbian tennis champion is set to be flown out of the country later on Thursday after a mix-up with his visa.
Italy's islands will be 'exiled' by vaccine restrictions, warn mayors
Under new restrictions on Monday, citizens must have a "super green pass" to use modes of transport such as boats.
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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.
Macron wants to annoy France's COVID unvaccinated 'to the bitter end'
The French president turned on the country's five million unvaccinated in a newspaper interview, in a move seen as further politicising the pandemic debate.
What is Flurona? The first case of COVID and flu double infection
The first case of a mix of the two diseases COVID-19 and influenza, dubbed "Flurona", has been recorded in Israel.
Israel offers fourth vaccine dose to citizens aged 60 and over
Israel has been a pioneer in vaccinating its citizens against the coronavirus and began offering a third dose to citizens as early as last summer.
How will the COVID pandemic end in the wake of Omicron?
“We’re never going to be able to eradicate or eliminate COVID, so we have to identify our goals," said Dr.Albert Ko, an infectious disease specialist at the Yale School of Public Health.
Could France soon be making the health pass mandatory in workplaces?
French ministers have indicated that implementing a health pass to access workplaces is not off the table.
The year of the vaccine: Top inventions and innovations of 2021
Euronews Next takes a look at some of the most important innovations and inventions from 2021.
Omicron may enhance immunity against Delta, new study suggests
The study, which has not been peer-reviewed, found that those infected with Omicron developed an enhanced immunity to Delta.
In eastern Germany, pastors push for shots despite protests
Lutheran pastors across Saxony have used their sermons to promote vaccines as the most efficient way to prevent severe illness and to end the pandemic.
Shorter period between jabs, new measures after New Year: French PM
French PM Jean Castex announced the return of "compulsory" remote working and a ban on standing in bars and cafes as the country tries to curb the impact of the Omicron variant.
Surge in COVID cases worldwide makes for another low-key Christmas
A record number of cases, hospitalisations, and travel restrictions around the world have put a damper on Christmas celebrations for the second year in a row.
Omicron cases have reduced hospitalisation risk, early studies say
Early studies suggest that Omicron COVID cases have a reduced risk of hospitalisation, compared with the Delta variant.
Belgium to close cinemas and theatres amid Omicron spread
Belgium will close cinemas, theatres and ban most indoor activities to curb COVID-19 infections.
France approves vaccines for young children amid 'critical' situation
With Omicron taking hold in France, government spokesman Gabriel Attal said Wednesday "the situation is critical."