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A ‘spectacular blunder’ by the Spanish tourism office has led to uncertainty for unvaccinated Brits.
The backlash against Austria's mandatory COVID-19 vaccine law
In this Witness, Euronews' Julian Gomez reports from Vienna to see why Austria's mandatory COVID-19 requirement is polarising the country.
Europe could drop testing for fully-vaxxed Brits before Easter
The European Council is seeking to simplify EU testing rules for UK tourists.
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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.
Unvaccinated Djokovic 'willing to pay price' of missing tournaments
In a new interview, the tennis world number one denies being against vaccination -- a claim which appears to contradict remarks he has made in the past.
COVID in Europe: France and Switzerland ease coronavirus restrictions
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New Zealand anti-vaccine protesters continue their siege of parliament.
The number of protesters outside New Zealand's parliament increased on Friday and they continue to stand up to the police.
Scientists trial vaccine for ‘deadly disease’ killing Asian elephants
The virus has been a nightmare for zoos and is now being reported in wild herds of endangered Asian elephants too.
Romania starts vaccinating children aged 5-11
In Romania, children aged 5-11 years can now be vaccinated against COVID-19 in 219 paediatric centres.
Djokovic included in Australian Open draw amid visa decision suspense
The unvaccinated tennis star has been scheduled to play next week but his fate remains on a knife edge with the government still to decide whether to deport him.
COVID-19: Quebec to levy financial penalty on unvaccinated adults
The Canadian province is following several European countries such as Austria, Greece and Italy in announcing plans to fine people who refuse the vaccine.
Djokovic admits visa form 'error' and failing to isolate when positive
The men's tennis world No1 says his agent unintentionally provided incorrect travel information as he awaits an Australian government decision over his visa.
Djokovic title bid in balance amid questions over visa application
With a government decision expected on the tennis star's fate, court documents raise questions over information he provided in his visa application.
Djokovic wins appeal against visa cancellation but outcome uncertain
The tennis star and his family have welcomed the judge's decision, but the government is considering overruling the move which could still see him deported.
Novak Djokovic thanks fans for support in Australia entry row
The tennis champion sent a message via Instagram as he awaits a decision on deportation from the country over his COVID vaccination status.
Thailand: Travel restrictions tighten after spread of omicron variant
The country is tightening some restrictions and expanding its 'sandbox' quarantine programme.
Bulgaria tightens travel restrictions as COVID infections surge
Almost all travellers from the EU will now have to have a negative PCR test and proof of vaccination to enter the country.
India begins vaccinating teens as virus cases spike
India begins vaccinating adolescents aged 15-18 with the WHO-approved Covaxin vaccine as omicron cases rise in the country.
France reports over 200,000 cases in 24 hours in COVID-19 'tidal wave'
Health minister Olivier Véran revealed 208,000 confirmed coronavirus infections over the previous 24 hours, a new record since the start of the pandemic.
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Thousands march through Vienna against COVID-19 restrictions
Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets every Saturday in Vienna in past weeks, to protest against Covid-19 measures including a planned vaccine mandate.
Turkey's Africa summit a chance to sell more drones
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has deepened his defence ties with African countries ahead of the gathering of the continent's leaders in Istanbul.
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.
Dutch MP ordered by court to delete COVID Holocaust tweets
A judge said social media posts by far-right MP Thierry Baudet went beyond 'robust public debate' and 'instrumentalised human suffering in the Holocaust'.
Austria: Travel restrictions ease for top European skiing destination
As national lockdown comes to an end, Austria is reopening for most international travellers.