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After low demand, Slovakia delivers its last doses of Sputnik V
The decision to use Sputnik V divided Slovakian politics and led to the resignation of former prime minister Igor Matovič.
France starts giving COVID booster jabs to its elderly and vulnerable
The head of WHO Europe said this week that such jabs -- given low vaccination coverage in poorer parts of the world -- should not be seen as “luxury boosters”.
Milk, bread and... a COVID jab? Vaccines given at Belgian supermarket
Customers in Brussels can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine at several different stores in an effort to boost the vaccination rate in the Belgian capital.
Numbers down at anti-covid restriction demos in Germany and France
Several thousand people have taken to the streets of Berlin to protest against the German government’s anti-covid restriction measures.
Hundreds take to Berlin streets to protest coronavirus restrictions
Despite an official ban on protests, demonstrators marched through Berlin city center in various groups against the current measures being imposed by the German government.
Blood clot risk from vaccines ‘much lower’ than those from COVID-19
A new study by the BMJ found there was an increased risk of rare blood clots associated with AstraZeneca and Pfizer’s vaccine, but that risk was much higher in patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
Japan suspends use of 1.63m Moderna vaccines over contamination fears
Officials have asked Moderna to conduct an emergency investigation and told medical institutions to stop using the vaccine produced in Spain.
French backs COVID booster jab initiative for those 65 and older
France’s health minister announced the COVID-19 vaccine booster campaign on Monday, and now France’s national health body has backed the plan.
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'Infringement of freedom': Protest held in Paris over COVID passes
Protesters marched through Paris against a national mandate for a coronavirus health pass.
Meet the French health workers against compulsory COVID vaccination
French health workers who refuse mandatory vaccination will face a suspension without remuneration. Many are up in arms against the new rules.
Protests against COVID health pass held across Europe
Protests against COVID health pass were held across Europe on Saturday 7 August.
Anti-vaxxers pretend to be vegan to avoid having the COVID-19 vaccine
As people fake that they are 'ethical vegans' to avoid the COVID-19 vaccine, animal rights activists say everyone eligible should get vaccinated.
COVID cases fall in the Netherlands and UK while Romania pushes jabs
Some countries in Europe are seeing their number of COVID-19 cases fall, while others fear a fourth wave of infections is underway.
COVID-19 booster shots already underway in several countries
Some countries are starting to offer a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for the most vulnerable, in an attempt to combat the spread of the Delta variant.
Vaccination against Covid-19 accelerates in Tunisia
Nearly 1,200 people received their Covid-19 vaccine jab in one day says an El Menzah vaccination centre official in Tunis.
Cambodia: vaccination for adolescents begins
Cambodia began a roll out of Covid-19 vaccinations for teenagers in its capital Phnom Penh and three provinces Sunday.
Israel to offer coronavirus vaccine booster to people over 60
Israel is leading the world in its vaccination drive, and soon those over 60 who are already vaccinated will be offered a booster jab.
AstraZeneca and Pfizer COVID vaccines have 'similar' blood clot risk
Researchers in Barcelona found both jabs carried a similarly low risk of blood clots, while people infected with COVID-19 were much more likely to develop them.
EU needs more than 70% vaccination coverage to stop variants
Professor Marc Van Ranst says COVID-19 can "happily circulate" among the unvaccinated and urges EU countries to speed up their health campaigns.