Vaccination policy

Freedom Convoy: Resignation in Ottawa, Canada eases COVID measures

The chief of police in the Canadian capital Ottawa resigned 19 days after the start of the occupation of the center by the Freedom Convoy - the protest of truck drivers against the mandatory vaccination.

The resignation came after serious criticism over a prolonged blockade that halted traffic and hampered trade with the United States.

Shock! 200.000

The German "Robert Koch Institute for Infectious Diseases" reported 203.136 positive tests in the last 24 hours, which is 69.600 cases more than on the same day a week ago, Reuters reports. The seven-day incidence per 100.000 people rose to 1.017 from 941 the previous day, while 188 people died. Thus, the number of deaths has increased to 117.314 since the outburst of the pandemic.

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.

Almost 70 kids with inflammatory syndrome treated since start of epidemic

Ljubljana – As many as 69 children suffering from Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children have been treated at Slovenia’s only children’s hospital since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic in March 2020. Immunologist Tadej Avčin from the Ljubljana Paediatric Clinic says this makes the two-million nation a world leader per capita.

Bulgarian Doctor: Pills cannot Win the Battle with the Pandemic

"The sad truth is that people who have died can't go out on the radio or on television and say, 'People, get vaccinated.' Only survivors or people who have not been infected yet come out. They are very few - people who are not infected or will not be infected." This by Dr. Stoyan Monev, a doctor in the intensive care unit of a hospital in Germany on the Bulgarian National Radio.

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