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Germany’s top court approves vaccine mandate for health workers
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COVID claimed more than 100,000 healthcare workers' lives, WHO says
WHO estimates that between 80,000 and 180,000 healthcare workers may have died from COVID-19 between January 2020 and May 2021.
Greece: Police break up protesters against new vaccine law
About 1,500 demonstrators gathered in Syntagma square as the Greek government introduced a new bill to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for care home staff.
Are robots the solution to the ageing population crisis?
French start-up Kompaï Robotics has built a robot that can help with mobility and offer art therapy.
Swiss health workers are using videogames to fight COVID-19
Researchers at Geneva University Hospitals have developed a game to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 among health workers.
COVID now killing more younger people, French doctor tells Euronews
"It’s not old people dying anymore. These are people who still had 30 or 40 years to live," French ICU doctor Benjamin Clouzeau tells Euronews.
Ethnic minorities over-80 less likely to get COVID-19 vaccine in UK
New research shows that BAME communities are less likely to get vaccinated than white people, especially those aged 80 and above in the UK. But what are the underlying reasons for this low vaccine uptake and what efforts have been made to improve it?
Nurses in poorer countries 'left behind' in COVID-19 vaccination race
On the frontlines, but at the back of the queue: health workers are still waiting for vaccines in most low-and-middle-income countries.
France: Hospital workers demand more resources to fight COVID-19
French hospital workers demand more resources to cope with the relentless influx of COVID-19 patients.
COVID-19 medical staff burning out at alarming rate
Many health workers are traumatised by the suffering and grief they see on a daily basis.
Nurse death toll from COVID-19 hits the 1,500 mark, says federation
Howard Catton, chief executive of the International Council of Nurses, said that was the same number of nurses who were killed in World War I.
Calls to protect nurses who are 'still in the eye of this pandemic'
According to a new report, more than 1,000 nurses have died from the disease worldwide. They account for around 10 per cent of infections.
Nurses are in the COVID-19 pandemic front lines. They should be first in line for a pay rise ǀ View
The news that UK nurses will not be benefiting from a pay rise has angered many across the profession, one which has lost members to coronavirus and continues to fight the pandemic on the frontlines.
Coronavirus consolation as open-air opera lifts spirits in Naples
Naples is taking opera into the town square to thank its medical workers – and bring hope to residents.
Nearly 500 health workers die from COVID-19 in Russia
The number of coronavirus cases in Russia has rocketed in the last few weeks, and now almost 500 health workers have died.
Artist in Paris highlights pandemic plight with 'fragile' world map
This artwork in Paris is a world map made using "fragile" stickers - a nod to the plight of the planet amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disabled groups worry about threat to independent living amid COVID-19
Quarantine and lockdown measures mean many disabled people living in communities across Europe fear they’ll lose their personal assistants.
Costumes from TV hit series Chernobyl donated to COVID-19 fight
Governments are trying to secure more protective gear for health workers. In the meantime, costume designers are lending a hand.
Chinese artist salutes health workers with light painting
The artist behind the project said he wanted to show "respect" to health workers treating people with coronavirus.
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COVID-19 survivors bring hope and purpose to Spanish hospital workers
Spain is among the countries worst hit by the coronavirus crisis, but the number of patients recovering from COVID-19 far outnumbers the casualties. Among them are thousands of hospital workers now returning to the frontline to fight the pandemic.
Field hospital in Madrid celebrates first coronavirus recovery
The hospital isn't even finished yet.
#WeApplaud: Hashtag launched to show solidarity to health workers
Numerous hashtags have been launched including #OnApplaudit and #TousAlaFenêtre, calling on people across France to take to their windows on the first night of the shutdown to applaud healthcare workers.