United States responses to the COVID-19 pandemic

Hospitals keep some coronavirus measures

Ljubljana – Most of Slovenia’s hospitals have kept some protective measures after the government lifted all the remaining restrictions designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus this week. Most of the hospitals still require face masks, while some hospitals are still quite strict about visits. At UKC Ljubljana, the country’s No.

Thousands Protest against Mandatory COVID Vaccination in Washington DC

Several thousand people took to the streets of Washington D.C. to protest the mandatory vaccination against COVID-19. The demonstrators carried placards reading "Make love, not obligations!" Protesters have spoken out against President Joe Biden's policy on immunization and masks.

It will take about Two Weeks to Evaluate the New Strain “Omicron”, said US Chief Epidemiologist

U.S. Chief Epidemiologist and Infectious Diseases Specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci reports to President Joe Biden that final information on the new version of the coronavirus Omicron will be available in two weeks, Reuters reported.

US Authorities Preparing for Possible Outbreaks of Coronavirus due to the "Omicron" Variant

The administration of US President Joe Biden is developing plans to detect possible outbreaks of the disease across the country in connection with the discovery of the coronavirus variant Omicron. This was reported by the American newspaper Politico, citing sources among the authorities.

Record Peak Incidence of COVID-19 in Germany

The incidence of coronavirus in Germany reached a record high for the pandemic - 201.1 per 100,000 population in the last week, AFP reported.

The previous peak of 197.6 per 100,000 was reached on 22 December 2020.

And while many in the country have been vaccinated against Covid-19, vaccination levels have stopped below 70 percent.

Bulgarian Prof. Petrova: We Need an Urgent Lockdown for Adults without Vaccines

The most adequate move at the moment is a lockdown for unvaccinated elderly people, as they did in Russia. The most vulnerable part of the population should go home, not communicate, not ride public transport, where the disease is most common. A total lockdown of the state will be catastrophic for many businesses, for education.

Emergency Aid Spokesperson: If We do not Want to be Vaccinated, We must Follow the Measures

Bulgaria continues to be the least immunized country against COVID-19 in Europe. Hospitals and doctors in our country are at their limit. In "The day begins with Georgi Lyubenov" the topic was commented by the spokesperson of the Center for Emergency Aid in Sofia Katya Sungarska.