Corona up-to-date: Moderna shortly before the omicron vaccine – politics

Corona up-to-date: Moderna shortly before the omicron vaccine - politics

Moderna expects a suitable Covid vaccine for the Omicron variant by spring. The vaccine candidate will enter clinical development in the coming weeks. Moderna hopes to have data in March that the biotech company can share with regulators to determine next steps, CEO Stephane Bancel said during a virtual meeting of the World Economic Forum … Read more

Burnley submit request for POSTPONE match with Watford due to coronavirus cases and injuries

Burnley have asked the Premier League to postpone their clash with Watford on Tuesday

Burnley apply to the Premier League to face their massive struggle at the bottom of the table with Watford on Tuesday night due to a number of Covid cases and injuries. Burnley will host Watford at 7.30 pm on Tuesday They asked to postpone the match due to COVID and injuries Sean Dyche’s side heads … Read more

Günther Jauch has no understanding for people who refuse to be vaccinated

Günther Jauch has no understanding for people who refuse to be vaccinated

Panorama Gunther Jauch “I have absolutely no understanding for people who do not want to be vaccinated” Status: 11:35 a.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes “I never liked missionary journalism”, says Günther Jauch This is where you will find the contents of Podigee In order to interact with or view content from Podigee and other … Read more

Researcher warns of new mutations caused by COVID drug molnupiravir

Researcher warns of new mutations caused by COVID drug molnupiravir

Therapies for COVID-19 disease are still rare. With molnupiravir, Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD) has just launched a pill in the USA which, if used in time, should prevent or at least reduce the onset of the disease. However, the drug that gives hope is not without controversy. Michael Z. Lin, an associate professor and … Read more

Economic growth: China’s GDP will grow by 8.1% in 2021 – Economy

Economic growth: China's GDP will grow by 8.1% in 2021 - Economy

The turmoil in China is great: omicron is spreading across the country – and this just three weeks before the start of the Winter Olympics in Beijing. First in the port city of Tianjin, now also in Shanghai, Shenzhen and since the weekend in the capital. On Sunday evening, the Beijing administration decreed that middle … Read more

Incidence rises to 528.2 – Politics

Incidence rises to 528.2 - Politics

German health authorities reported 34,145 new corona infections to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) within 24 hours. On Monday morning, the RKI reported a seven-day incidence that had risen from 515.7 to 528.2. In total, at least eight million people in Germany have already been infected. The actual total number is likely to be significantly … Read more

Corona current: incidence rises to 528.2 – Politics

Corona current: incidence rises to 528.2 - Politics

German health authorities reported 34,145 new corona infections to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) within 24 hours. On Monday morning, the RKI reported a seven-day incidence that had risen from 515.7 to 528.2. In total, at least eight million people in Germany have already been infected. The actual total number is likely to be significantly … Read more

Tennis – crime on the lost court: Djokovic leaves Melbourne

Tennis - crime on the lost court: Djokovic leaves Melbourne

Melbourne (AP) — After the court ruling, Novak Djokovic disappeared from his beloved Australia before midnight. As a big loser, the Serbian tennis star boarded the plane the day before the start of the Australian Open, where he wanted to celebrate a historic success. But because the unvaccinated world number one ultimately failed in the … Read more

Compulsory vaccination in Austria from February | Current Europe | DW

Compulsory vaccination in Austria from February |  Current Europe |  DW

In Austria, a coronavirus vaccination for adults will apply from February. Pregnant women and people who could not be vaccinated for medical reasons as well as those who have recovered for a period of six months would be exempt, Chancellor Karl Nehammer said when presenting the bill to Vienna. Checks should begin in mid-March, including … Read more

‘I don’t know what to do’ – Greek seniors complain about compulsory vaccinations – Politics Abroad

'I don't know what to do' - Greek seniors complain about compulsory vaccinations - Politics Abroad

Tough Greek government! Any unvaccinated person over the age of 60 should Greece can expect a fine of 100 euros in the future – per month! The measure should come into force on Sunday, as explained by the Minister of Health Thanos Plevris (44 years old). The government justified the measure by saying that nine … Read more