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Foreign sports stars must be jabbed to compete in France - minister
It comes after the debacle in Australia over Novak Djokovic's visa.
France: Virus law banning unvaccinated from public venues passed
The new law requires full vaccination to go to restaurants, movie theatres, museums, and many sites throughout the country.
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Police raids in Austria uncover fake vaccination passes
The searches come just weeks before Austria makes COVID vaccines mandatory.
French MPs snub government by refusing overnight vaccine pass debate
Dozens of French MPs say they received death threats ahead of the debate on whether to make vaccines mandatory to enter many public facilities.
Brazil introduces new COVID-19 measures for international travellers
The decision issued by a Supreme Court judge on Saturday invalidates regulations previously announced by the National Health Agency that required only a negative PCR test for visitors.
Bulgaria's vaccination rate is the lowest in the EU
Only 26.4% are fully vaccinated.
German family deaths linked to fake COVID certificate, says prosecutor
The man suspected of killing his family and himself left a note indicating that he was afraid of being arrested after obtaining the fake certificate, investigators say.
Three Latvian MPs suspended from voting after refusing COVID jab
The MPs will also have their pay suspended.
Spain steps up vaccine drive amid new COVID-19 variant fears
Since mid-November, nearly 200,000 Spaniards who were reluctant to get the vaccine at first have now finally taken the step.
Belgian doctor accused of being behind 2,000 false COVID vaccinations
The doctor is alleged to have falsified vaccine certificates to help people avoid COVID-19 restrictions.
US travel restrictions: What are the new rules?
Everything you need to know now that the US is open to tourists.
Firms in Hungary can now require their employees to get a COVID jab
It comes as Hungary is facing a surge in COVID cases and deaths not seen since May.
COVID pass doubts in Bulgaria amid low vaccine uptake
Only around 25% of Bulgarian adults are fully vaccinated, with health officials blaming public mistrust in vaccines and the government.
Bulgaria launches COVID-19 pass amid rising infections
With just one in four adults fully inoculated, the government hopes the measure will boost vaccine uptake.
Italian senator suspended without pay for refusing COVID health pass
Laura Granato, from L'alternativa c'è, had opposed the new measures despite warnings from officials.
Slovenia: Police clash with COVID-19 protesters ahead of EU summit
Protesters seemed wanted to draw more attention to their rally by demonstrating on the eve of a key EU Balkan summit.
Pfizer says its COVID vaccine works in children aged 5-11
The laboratory said it will be seeking FDA approval in the US to administer its vaccine to children under 12.
Thousands demonstrate against new health pass measures in Slovenia
Around 8,000 gathered in Ljubljana to demonstrate against new COVID-19 restrictions in the largest ever protest in Slovenia.
Italy first in Europe to require all workers to have COVID health pass
The move aims to improve vaccine uptake and reduce the infection rate amid a potential surge in COVID-19 cases this winter.