December 5, 2021

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Latest News on the Corona Crisis – France Advises People Under 30’s Moderna Vaccine – News

  • 7:29

    Tragic record in Bulgaria: 334 people die in 24 hours

    Bulgaria records a new rise with 334 deaths in the middle of the fourth corona wave. In addition, authorities recorded 5286 new infections in 24 hours. This is lower than the peak at the end of October. 8,500 Kovit-19 patients are being treated in hospitals in Bulgaria, 734 of whom are in the intensive care unit. This is an EU country with the lowest vaccination rate, with only 30 percent of adults fully vaccinated.

  • 6:52

    Jill Biden is campaigning for a school to vaccinate children

    Jill Biden, the first woman in the United States, campaigned at a school on Monday (local time) to vaccinate children between the ages of 5 and 11. During her visit to Franklin Sherman Elementary School in McLean, Virginia, the first lady distributed stickers to students who had already been vaccinated – according to the White House, the first school in the United States to administer the polio vaccine in 1954.

    However, their main goal was to talk to the parents of a school: “Nothing is as important as the health of our children. It is up to us to protect them and we can do that with this vaccine, ”the university professor pleaded.

    About 28 million children between the ages of 5 and 11 in the United States can now be vaccinated with the Pfizer / Biotech corona vaccine.

    Myth:

    Those who are vaccinated receive a gift from the first lady – applause from the audience.

    Reuters

  • 6:34

    Germany: The number of cases has doubled in a week

    The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reports 21,832 new positive tests. This is 11,019 more than the 10,813 new infections reported on Tuesday a week ago. Seven-day events rose to 213.7 from 201.1 the previous day.

    A further 169 people have died from the virus. The death toll rose to 96,727 in 24 hours. In total, more than 4.8 million corona tests have been positive in Germany so far.

  • 6:17

    Boeing extends deadline for mandatory vaccinations: Nearly 9 percent of employees do not want to be vaccinated

    According to locals, Boeing, an American aircraft manufacturer, is applying for more exemptions from compulsory vaccination for religious or medical reasons than expected. Of the approximately 125,000 U.S. employees, more than 11,000 or nearly nine percent said they were well aware of the matter, Reuters news agency reported.

    Boeing has extended the vaccination deadline to January 4, according to a company email seen by industry sources and Reuters. “Compliance is a condition of employment,” Boeing said in a statement. According to insiders, the company’s management expected that only two percent of employees would refuse the Govt-19 vaccine for religious or medical reasons.

  • 5:57

    Technical issues – New live ticker

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    Here are the news from the night:

    • In United States There are so far More than 194 million people have been fully vaccinated. This was announced by the CDC. So be More than 70 percent are adults Completely immune. Approximately 224 million people have been vaccinated at least once. One Booster vaccines have a population of about 25 million To get.
    • That the The 2G rule was extended throughout Germany As has been the case in neighboring Austria since Monday, SRF Germany correspondent Pettina Ramschier Not possible A. The 2G rule already applies in some federal states. However, there is no legal basis for national regulation.
    • Of France Has the highest health authority People under the age of 30 are not advised to use the vaccine from the Modern manufacturer. According to the official’s recommendation, the risk of myocardial infarction with this vaccine is lower but slightly higher in adults than in the Pfizer / Biotech vaccine.
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