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The World after COVID-19
The end of the COVID pandemic is in sight, says WHO chief
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German MPs reject bill to make COVID vaccines mandatory for over 60s
In total, 378 MPs voted against the bill, while 296 supported it.
Wales could become the latest country to trial a four-day week
Wales' Future Generations Commission wants the country's public sector to trial a shorter working week to tackle high rates of sickness and low productivity.
Get paid the same for less work in UK four-day week trial
The six-month pilot scheme is recruiting companies to research the potential benefits of a shorter working week.
Countries must vaccinate displaced people, IOM and WHO say
Migrants are not part of the vaccination plans in many countries despite the jab's availability and existence, migration and health organisations warn.
Is the world ready for the next pandemic?
At the World Health Summit 2021 in Berlin, experts discussed lessons to be learned from the COVID pandemic, and how to implement them to better prepare for the next ones to come.
Belgian government to propose four-day working week
A government spokesperson confirmed the plans to Euronews Next, saying they would be announced in the coming days.
New COVID test can detect virus in as little as 3 minutes
Researchers in the UK say their new test is "sensitive and speedy" and could be used at airports, shops and restaurants.
IEA predicts record levels of CO2 emissions within two years
Only 2% of the governments' projected Covid-19 recovery spending is earmarked for clean energy transitions, the International Energy Agency has warned.
Amsterdam clubbers hit the dancefloor for COVID-19 experiment
Those who attended had to present a negative coronavirus test 48 hours before the event, and they have been asked to take another coronavirus test five days after the event.
COVID cleanup: Duo walk from Marseille to Paris picking up old masks
One is called the 'English snail' and the other the 'Marseille boar.' Together, Edmund Platt and Frédéric Munsch are walking from Marseille to Paris, collecting thousands of discarded facemasks along the way.
Machu Picchu has reopened: but only for a single visitor
Jesse Katayama was treated to an exclusive private tour of the ruins in reward for having to wait so long in Peru to see the Inca citadel.
Rapid COVID-19 tests to be rolled out in poorer countries
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hailed the tests, which he said provide reliable results in approximately 15 to 30 minutes, as “good news” in the fight against COVID-19.
Sweden spared second COVID-19 wave - but for how long?
How did a country with a so-called “light-touch” approach to the fight against the virus - where restaurants, bars and gyms have remained open throughout the crisis - deal with the pandemic?
Supercomputer crunches data on COVID-19 — this is its hypothesis
Despite Summit being the second-fastest computer in the world, the process took over two weeks.
Germans more optimistic post-lockdown than French, Spanish & Italians
Germans appear more confident about life post-lockdown than the French, Spanish and Italians, a Euronews-commissioned poll has found.