Germany’s Covid Deaths Cross 100,000 Mark As Fourth Wave Hits

[ad_1] Covid In Germany: Covid has seen a surge in Germany owing to the Delta variant. Berlin: Germany crossed the sombre threshold of 100,000 COVID-19-related deaths on Thursday with a surge in new infections posing a challenge for the new government. Since the start of the pandemic, 100,119 people have died with the virus in … Read more

Italy Tightens Screws On Covid Unvaccinated, Extends Vaccine Mandate

[ad_1] Italy acted as much of Europe is increasing curbs to try to grapple with a new wave of pandemic. (File) Rome: Italy on Wednesday tightened the screws on people unwilling to take an anti-COVID vaccine, sharply restricting access to an array of services and making vaccines mandatory for a wider group of public sector … Read more

Aaron Rodgers Backtracks on “COVID Toe” Claim By Displaying Feet in Press Conference – E! Online

Aaron Rodgers isn’t dragging his feet when it comes to clearing up the latest rumor. We never thought we’d say this, but the Green Bay Packers quarterback just held up his bare feet at a press conference. Rodgers, 37, was attempting to dispel rumors that he was experiencing “COVID toe” after testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this … Read more

Lions At Croatia Zoo Catch Covid From Their Keeper

[ad_1] Zagreb: The zookeeper as well as the Covid-infected lions are fine, said an official (File) Zagreb: Two lions at the Zagreb zoo have tested positive for COVID-19 that they had contracted from their keeper, officials said on Wednesday. These are the first confirmed cases of the disease in zoo animals in Croatia, an agriculture … Read more

A Claim of Herd Immunity Reignites Debate Over U.K. Covid Policy

[ad_1] LONDON — In the four months since Prime Minister Boris Johnson took a gamble by lifting virtually all of England’s coronavirus restrictions, his country has settled into a disquieting new normal: more than 40,000 new cases a day and a thousand or so fatalities every week. Yet those grim numbers have put Britain “almost … Read more

“Uncertain Winter” In Europe As Record Covid Cases Prompt Booster Expansion

[ad_1] Slovakia, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Hungary all reported new highs in daily Covid cases (File) Brussels/Prague: Coronavirus infections broke records in parts of Europe on Wednesday, with the continent once again the epicentre of a pandemic that has prompted new curbs on movement and seen health experts push to widen the use of booster … Read more

Vladimir Putin Says He Took Part In Trials Of Nasal Form Of Covid Vaccine

[ad_1] Vladimir Putin said in televised comments that he had been re-inoculated. Moscow: Russia said on Wednesday it planned to export a nasal form of its Sputnik vaccine against COVID-19, which President Vladimir Putin said he had taken as a booster. Putin said in televised comments that he had been re-inoculated six months after his … Read more

Europe reckons with calls for Covid restrictions to avoid a bleak winter.

[ad_1] The burden on national health systems in Europe from Covid will be “very high,” in December and January unless governments ramp up prevention efforts, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control warned on Wednesday. European governments should accelerate their vaccination rates, administer booster shots and reintroduce restrictions, Andrea Ammon, the E.C.D.C. director said … Read more

Germany Lockdown: Germany faces grim Covid milestone with leadership in flux | World News – Times of India

[ad_1] ESCHWEILER: Germany is poised to pass the mark of 100,000 deaths from Covid-19 this week, a somber milestone that several of its neighbors crossed months ago but which Western Europe’s most populous nation had hoped to avoid. Discipline, a robust health care system and the rollout of multiple vaccines one of them homegrown were … Read more

Austria’s Covid Surge Is a Warning to the World

[ad_2] At University Hospital Salzburg, intensive care doctor Andreas Kokofer has been observing the surge of Covid-19 infections with a grim inevitability. With cases having reached a daily record high of 15,809 on November 19, Kokofer and colleagues are bracing themselves for an influx of patients. The state of Salzburg is a particular hotspot of … Read more