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Corona virus in the world, Europe relapses with astrogenic vaccines. But in France it only goes to people over 55

Europe starts again with Astrogeneka

Following the positive opinion of the European Pharmaceuticals Agency (EMA), many countries, including Italy, France and Germany, are re-vaccinating with the astrogenic vaccine today: a turning point when France re-locks nearly a third of its population, including Paris. When infections increase: More than 20 million French people will be subjected to control measures a month.

Vaccination with the Astrogeneca vaccine resumes today in France, Germany, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Italy. Next week in other countries: Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands. The use of the astrogenic vaccine against Govit-19 was precautionarily discontinued due to reported side effects such as bleeding disorders and clot formation. On Thursday, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) declared the Swedish-British vaccine “safe and effective” – ​​the EU’s stockpile millions of doses of the vaccine, far behind the much-anticipated opinion and vaccination campaign. Norway and Sweden will have to wait until national ratings next week before the campaign can resume. The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Protection (GACVS) is expected to comment on the vaccine today.

France recommends AstraZeneca only for people over 55 years of age

The French High Health Agency has recommended that only people over the age of 55 be vaccinated with the astrogenic vaccine. French body renews vaccination recommendations after suspension for three days due to link to thrombosis cases in Europe

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BERLIN: The size of the third wave in the EU is not enough

“There is currently not enough in Europe to stop the third wave of corona virus by vaccination alone.” This was stated by the German Minister of Health Jens Spawn At a press conference in Berlin. “The number of infections continues to increase,” Span added, adding that there are “numerous variations” in new infections. According to the head of the Department of Health, “although the delivery of the orders requested by the EU is on schedule, it will take a few weeks for the risk groups to be fully vaccinated. Only then can we talk about a large-scale opening up of the community. German: So we need more long breaths.”

Towards an armored Easter in Germany

The minister’s words follow a new decisive leap in Govt-19 infections in Germany: 17,482 infections have been reported in 24 hours, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute, the national epidemiological center. This is an increase of about 5,000 cases compared to the same day last week. On the other hand, deaths have increased by 226 units. “A situation similar to the one recorded before Christmas at Easter is very likely to have multiple infections and multiple acute courses of the disease,” the vice president of the Robert Koch Institute said this morning. Lars Shade. Appeal to the Germans: “Spend Easter time only in the closest circle and abandon the journey”.

200 million Sputnik levels in Russia and India

The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RTIF), the fund and distributor of the Spotnik V vaccine, has announced that it has reached an agreement with Stelis Bioformer to produce at least 200 million doses in India, which will “allow 100 million people to be vaccinated”. Deliveries are expected to begin in the third quarter of this year.

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Biden’s promise: 100 million vaccines in 100 days

U.S. President Joe Biden announced today that the goal of 100 million vaccines against Govt-19 in the first 100 days of his term would be achieved several weeks ago. However, despite the fact that one in eight Americans has been vaccinated, the number of new Covid-19 cases remains high in the United States, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Prevention and Control (CDC). An average of about 53,000 new cases have been reported each day in the past week, and the number of cases is increasing in 15 states and territories, especially in the Northeast, which may be explained by the prevalence of the highly contagious British variant.

New restrictions in Bulgaria

Bulgaria announced on Thursday that it was tightening sanctions. Schools, universities, restaurants, theaters, cinemas, shopping centers, casinos and sports halls will be closed for the first ten days from Monday.

New locking in France

About 20 million French people, including those living in the Paris region, will be re-detained for a month from today, but with more flexible conditions than previous closures. Essential schools and businesses (including bookstores) are open. The epidemic is on the rise in a country where more than 38,000 contaminants have been reported in 24 hours. Like the other fifteen countries, France has suspended the Astrogenega vaccine against Covit-19.

Kovit: 11 new cases in China, ten imported

China’s National Health Commission has announced that there are 11 new cases Govt Diagnosed in the country: It is a local infection and 10 infections from abroad. A local one occurred in the central province of Shanxi, while 10 “imported ones” were due to the metropolitan area of ​​Shanghai (5), and to the provinces of Canton (3), Tianjin (1) and Hunan (1). . However, the number of new positives has kept the trend to a minimum after six cases were detected on Wednesday, 4 cases on Tuesday, 13 cases on Monday and 5 cases on Sunday. In addition, health officials said they had detected 5 new asymptomatic infections (from abroad), although Beijing did not include them as confirmed cases unless they showed symptoms. The total number of infections of this type under surveillance is 252, all “imported”.

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The Philippines gives OK to Sputnik

The Philippines has approved the Russian Sputnik V Govt-19 vaccine. Developed by the Russian company Kamaleya, the vaccine is the fourth to be recognized in the Southeast Asian country to fight renewed epidemics. “The known and potential benefits of the camellia Sputnik vaccine … outweigh the known risks,” FDA President Rolando Enrique Domingo told a news conference.