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French health workers who refuse mandatory vaccination will face a suspension without remuneration. Many are up in arms against the new rules.
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Barbie created a new "vaccinologist doll" in honour of Sarah Gilbert, the scientist behind the Oxford coronavirus vaccine.
How vaccine doubts have put the handbrake on Serbia's rapid rollout
Serbia's vaccine rollout was once one of the fastest in Europe. But vaccine scepticism has seen it slow significantly in recent months.
Man dies after being detained by Berlin police during COVID-19 protest
About 600 people were detained during the demonstrations, which saw thousands defy rules against mass gatherings over the weekend.
Vaccine pass plan provokes protests in France, Switzerland, Italy
Government plans to make access to public spaces conditional on health checks have provoked more protest demonstrations in France, Switzerland and Italy.
Russia approves testing combination of Sputnik & AstraZeneca vaccines
Russia’s health officials have given a go-ahead to test a combination of the Oxford-AstraZeneca and the Sputnik V vaccines.
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.
Vaccine maker BioNTech to use mRNA tech to target malaria
BioNTech says the insights it has gained from developing an mRNA vaccine against the coronavirus could help developing shots for malaria, a disease that infects millions of people every year.
European Medicines Agency first to approve Moderna jab for children
It is the first time the vaccine has been authorised for people aged under 18.
COVID-19 vaccine: EU overtakes US in first jabs injections
After a slow start, Europe's inoculation drive has picked up pace. The share of the EU's population that received at least one vaccine dose is now higher than in the US.
Two doses of vaccine needed to protect against Delta variant, says EMA
The European Medicines Agency says two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine are needed to protect against the more contagious Delta variant.
French study: Two doses of vaccine crucial to beating Delta variant
The small-scale study found one dose of Covid-19 vaccine had a negligible effect but two protected people in 95 percent of cases.
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France fears fourth COVID-19 wave as Delta variant doubles in one week
With incidence rates on the rise in most French regions and the Delta variant gaining ground, the government warned the country may soon face a fourth wave of coronavirus.
Will European workers take mandatory COVID jabs lying down?
As US banks demand that staff are fully COVID vaccinated before returning to the office, will European corporations follow suit?
Painkillers not recommended before a COVID-19 vaccine - health experts
Misleading posts online have suggested that people should take antihistamines or painkillers before getting their coronavirus vaccine, but the WHO has warned against this.
From Russia with... a sore arm? Sputnik tempts the young in Finland
Faced with a long wait for a COVID vaccine, some younger Russians living in Finland have been travelling over the border for the Sputnik V jab.
Investigation launched after fire damages French vaccine centre
Authorities suspect the fire may have been deliberately caused by arsonists.
EU seeks huge fine in court over AstraZeneca vaccine delivery delays
After months of a bitter dispute over vaccine delivery delays between the European Union and AstraZeneca, a highly publicised trial opened on Wednesday in Brussels.
Here is what the UN say every country’s vaccine passport should have
The organisation has released recommendations to ensure a quick return to holiday travel, including how vaccine supplies should be shared with poorer countries.