Vaccine

Low second dose rates endangering vaccination momentum

As Turkey's vaccination drive against the coronavirus pandemic continues successfully in terms of both the scope of the jab program and the speed of inoculations, the latest remarks of a senior Turkish official show that reluctance among the public to get the second dose of a vaccine endangers momentum in the program

Compensation scheme proposed for adverse effects of vaccination

Ljubljana – The government has proposed a compensation scheme for those who have suffered serious health damage as a result of a Covid-19 vaccine. “The introduction of liability for damages is key to maintaining confidence in the vaccines and ensuring the effective implementation of the national vaccination programme,” Health Minister Poklukar said on Friday.

Universities, research institutes issue joint call for vaccination

Ljubljana/Koper – All three Slovenian public universities and one private, and an association of independent research institutes have issued a joint call for Covid-19 vaccination. They stressed the importance of a joint battle against the Covid-19 epidemic in today’s press release.

Over 12,000 Children in Bulgaria have been Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

There are 12,136 children in Bulgaria with completed vaccination against COVID-19. This was announced by the Ministry of Health / MH / in the profile of the department on Facebook. 16,195 children were immunized with the first dose of COVID-19 vaccines. To date, a total of 28,331 vaccines have been given to children aged 12 to 17, inclusive.

Bill Gates Predicts an End to the Pandemic in the Summer

Coronavirus mortality and overall levels of infection could reach seasonal flu averages by next summer, provided there are no new, more dangerous strains. The opinion is of the founder of Microsoft Corporation Bill Gates, who was a guest at the "New Economic Forum" in Singapore. The event was organized by businessman Michael Bloomberg.

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