Australia on Dec. 5 cleared the first COVID-19 vaccine for children aged five to 11, with the next stage of its vaccine rollout expected to start in early 2022.
Health Minister Greg Hunt said medical regulators had granted provisional approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to be administered to younger children for the first time.
Foreign investment funds and large business groups have been steadily voting for Greece lately.
Today at 9.30 in the morning, the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to meet with executives of Amazon Web Services regarding the large investment of the company in our country, following today's announcements of Amazon Web Services in the USA.
A virologist from the Austrian province of Tyrol, Dorothee von Lar, said that the presence of a new, omicron strain of coronavirus had been confirmed in Austria. Von Lar told ORF that the new strain, which some scientists say is the worst, was proven by sequencing and that, in addition to the first case, there is a suspicion of infection with the same strain in 30 people.
In an attempt to stop the spread of the new variant of the coronavirus, a number of countries around the world have restricted movement and flights to and from South Africa, and other anti-epidemic measures have been taken.
Despite the measures, Omicron has already spread to most continents from the Netherlands to Hong Kong and Australia, BNR reported.
On that occasion, he touched on the increasingly topical question of whether the first racket of the planet will play at the Australian Open.
Director of the first Grand Slam of the season, Craig Tilly, once again said on Saturday that only players vaccinated against coronavirus will have the right to play in Melbourne.
Trieste – Slovenian literary historian and academician Boris Paternu died in the Italian city of Trieste at the age of 95 on Friday, the Primorski Dnevnik newspaper reported. His expertise was Slovenian literature of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, while he also extensively studied the poetry of Slovenia’s greatest poet France Prešeren.
In Australia, the number of kangaroos living there is twice that of humans
Tens of thousands took to the streets in cities across Europe and Australia on Nov. 20 as anger mounted over fresh COVID restrictions imposed against a resurgent pandemic.
And Dutch police faced a second night of rioting - this time in The Hague - after the previous night's violence in the port city of Rotterdam.