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Cyprus scraps all entry rules just in time for a busy summer season
The sunny Mediterranean island has reopened for summer and has dropped its COVID safety measures entirely.
Italy is now restriction-free after dropping all entry rules
Italy's travel rules have changed for visitors from around the world. Here's everything you need to know.
Davos 2022: Is the world ready to fight off the next health crisis?
Preparing the world for another health crisis is a hot topic in Davos this week. Euronews Next spoke to AstraZeneca about lessons learned from COVID.
Germany’s top court approves vaccine mandate for health workers
Judges said the need to protect vulnerable people in hospitals and care homes outweighs any infringement of workers’ rights.
How do you get a reluctant Briton, German or Italian vaccinated?
Protection against COVID-19, the right to eat out or to travel abroad: a study looked into what might sway vaccine-hesitant adults across eight European countries.
COVID pandemic likely caused around 15 million excess deaths: WHO
Excess mortality is the difference between the number of deaths recorded and the number that would normally be expected based on historical data.
Greece has scrapped all COVID entry rules before the summer holidays
Here's how travel and domestic restrictions have changed in Greece from May, and when indoor masks are likely to be lifted.
EU says up to 80% of population has now been infected by COVID
While the number of infections and deaths from COVID is dropping, EU member states are being urged to step up vaccinations, particularly for children.
Mental health a factor in risk of breakthrough COVID infection - study
Vaccinated patients over the age of 65 with a history of certain mental health conditions were found to be at higher risk of breakthrough infection
Valneva’s inactivated COVID vaccine gets first approval in UK
Valneva’s COVID-19 vaccine uses traditional technology that may appeal to people reluctant to take mRNA shots.
German MPs reject bill to make COVID vaccines mandatory for over 60s
In total, 378 MPs voted against the bill, while 296 supported it.
Too early to consider 4th COVID vaccine dose, say EU medical bodies
While most people won't be considered for a fourth dose of COVID mRNA vaccine, those over 80 will be encouraged to get a second booster.
Man in Germany gets 90 COVID-19 shots to sell forged passes
The man from the eastern Germany city of Magdeburg, whose name was not released in line with German privacy rules, is said to have received up to 90 shots against COVID-19 at vaccination centers in the eastern state of Saxony for months until criminal police caught him earlier this month.
'Alternative' COVID cure ivermectin turns out not to work
A new study of over 3,000 COVID patients in Brazil found the antiparasitic drug worked about as well as a placebo.
How COVID is still hitting Europe hard and what the EU can do next
EU countries rushed to get their population vaccinated. Now, nearly three-quarters of the bloc's population is inoculated, yet the region remains at the epicentre of the pandemic.
Moderna seeks emergency approval for COVID vaccine in kids under 6
Moderna’s COVID vaccine is around 44 per cent effective for children aged 6 months to 2 years old, early clinical trial results show.
1 in 4 symptomatic children hit by long COVID, says new study
Data from more than 80,000 children with COVID suggests a quarter of them had symptoms that lingered for at least 4-12 weeks.
Austria to suspend its controversial COVID vaccine mandate
Austria was the first country in the EU to introduce such a measure. But now it has been suspended.
Moderna COVID vaccine approved by EU regulator for children aged 5-11
The European Medicines Agency also recommended booster shots for children aged 12 and older.
COVID vaccines for children: How do European countries compare?
The EMA authorised the use of the Pfizer vaccine for children over 5 years-old and the Omicron variant has put a renewed focus on countries' vaccination campaigns. Which European countries are now vaccinating young people?
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.
Fact check: Is Queen Elizabeth’s COVID being treated with ivermectin?
Anti-vaxxers and COVID sceptics seized on a mistake in an Australian news broadcast about Queen Elizabeth's COVID diagnosis to push an antiparasitic drug as a treatment for the virus against medical advice.
Ottawa Police make arrests to end siege
Police arrested protesters and began towing away trucks Friday in a bid to break the three-week, traffic-snarling siege of Canada's capital by hundreds of truckers angry over the country's COVID-19 restrictions
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.
More children hospitalised during the Omicron surge compared to Delta
A new report by the CDC showed that child hospitalisation rates quadrupled during the Omicron surge compared to during the Delta surge.
COVID vaccines in pregnancy protects newborn babies, says new study
The findings shed light on whether the benefits of vaccination during pregnancy extend to infants who would be too young to receive COVID vaccines.