Several EU countries are receiving significantly fewer doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine than expected, after the US firm slowed shipments.
Six nations called the situation "unacceptable" and warned it "decreases the credibility of the vaccination process".
Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia urged the EU to apply pressure on Pfizer-BioNTech.
"Nearly 50 percent of young Bulgarians live with their parents, while in Denmark only 4 percent of young people over 18 live with relatives. The situation is worse is in Croatia, where 65 percent of youngsters share dwellings with their parents," commented on BNR Prof. Iskra Dandolova, housing policy analyst, on the occasion of the latest EUROSTAT report on housing issues in Bulgaria.
A Turkish man succumbed to his injuries from an armed attack in Denmark, local sources said on Jan. 3.
On Jan. 2 night, unknown people brought two injured Turkish people to the North Zealand Hospital in Hillerod town in a car with bullet marks on the hood, said Ekstra Bladet, a Danish tabloid newspaper.
Turkish Airlines will begin requiring passengers on overseas flights to submit negative PCR tests as of Dec. 30, the national flag carrier announced late on Dec. 26.
According to a statement posted on the company's official social media accounts, the requirement will come into effect with a two-day delay from the previously announced date.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs Romanian citizens who are, transit or intend to travel to Turkey that, according to the data sent by the local authorities, the persons who will arrive starting with December 28, by air, and from 30 December, by road, rail and sea, will have to present a molecular test (PCR) with a negative result for SARS-CoV-2 virus infection, performed a maximum of 72
Namely, as that portal writes, Switzerland and Serbia have already started that process before the EU.
Switzerland became the first country in continental Europe to start vaccination with the BioNTech / Pfizer company on Wednesday, and the first to receive the vaccine was a 90-year-old woman from Lucerne.