Saturday, 27 November 2021
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London News

A new mutation of covid-19 identified, says UK Health Minister

British Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, has announced that a new variation of covid-19 has been identified in Britain and that it might be associated with a faster spread of the pandemic. The World He...
Berlin News

Germany under lockdown until 10 January

Germany under lockdown until 10 January due to "Exponential increase in infections”. Germany has launched a Christmas lockdown after a dramatic increase in covid infections in recent days.  The lockd...
London News

New Covid-19 trials to test a combination of Sputnik and Oxford vaccines

  Scientists from the United Kingdom and Russia are teaming up for a trial test of the Sputnik V and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines. The idea is to see whether mixing the two vaccines can result in a...
Copenhagen News

Intensive care units on the verge of collapse in Stockholm

Ninety-nine percent of intensive care beds in Stockholm are occupied by Covid and non-Covid patients. This was announced by the regional health director, Bjorn Eriksson, in a press conference. Th...
Paris News

Elderly woman leaves last available Intensive care unit bed to younger patients

On "Le Monde" three doctors and a sociologist wrote an open letter to a woman, then deceased due to covid-19. "She didn't want to take the last place in the Intensive care unit, she wanted to leave i...
Copenhagen News

Royal Teenager Christian of Denmark is Covid-19 positive

The 15-year-old boy is the first royal teenager in Europe to be infected.  It happened at school, where a small outbreak was detected. In solitary confinement, his condition is not particularly seri...
Copenhagen News

New lockdown in Denmark, schools and bars closed

 Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen says, "The situation is worrying.  At Christmas meetings of up to ten people”.  Denmark has decided to close secondary and high schools, bars, cafes and resta...
London News

William Shakespeare is the first man to get vaccinated against covid-19 in the UK

The first man to be vaccinated against covid-19 in Britain is named William Shakespeare, 81 years old from Warwickshire in the West Midlands. Shakespeare, according to the Daily Mail, was vaccinate...
Brussels News

Obama, Bush and Clinton will get vaccinated on live tv

Three former U.S. presidents have come forward to support the anti- covid vaccination campaign: Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton volunteered to get vaccinated on TV.   They hope to su...
Paris News

Macron says France past the covid peak

Macron says France past the covid peak, from 28 November stores will open, but no skiing at Christmas "We have slowed down the circulation of the virus, the peak of the second wave has passed", said...
Madrid News

Spanish bookstore reads books to the elderly over the phone due to covid

Good news comes from a Spanish bookstore in Madrid. A beautiful initiative to give a small moment of relief to lonely elderly has been put in place. The Soto del Real library has decided to provide a...
Paris News

Hundreds of young people dance without masks in Paris

"I want to free myself” illicit party in Paris: hundreds of young people dance without masks "I want to free myself".  This is the rather eloquent name of a clandestine party organized Saturday, 21...
Berlin News

The rollout of a Covid-19 vaccine this December now likely

Recent comments by BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin to AFP news agency raises hopes of a vaccine before Christmas.  The hope of widespread distribution of the vaccine in the European Union before the year’s...
Dublin News

Four Irishmen buy a plane ticket just to have a beer at the airport

In Ireland beer lovers haven’t been discouraged by the general lockdown that has closed pubs and restaurants in the country.  Since the ban doesn’t mention airport bars, four friends bought tickets...
Vienna News

More restrictions and mass testing in Europe

Vienna aims at mass testing after hard lockdown. In Berlin and Paris the restrictions will last for months Mass testing and restrictions that will last for months, are projected plans of European g...
Paris News

The notes of a Stradivarius cello resonate above Paris

Music as an antidote to lockdown: The notes of a Stradivarius cello resonate above Paris.  Once again music has given some relief during the pandemic. From violinist Lena Yokoyama, who in mid-April...
Berlin News

EU to distribute doses of Covid-19 vaccine early next year

The European Union to actualize a multi-billion dollar deal for 300 million doses of BioNtech - Pfizer vaccine that offers a 90% success rate. The European Union expressed optimism that covid-19 va...
Berlin News

New covid-19 vaccine, 90% effective preliminary results

A jointly developed vaccine between US firm Pfizer and German company BioNTech has proven 90% effective in preventing Covid-19 infections. The results are according to phase 3 trials.  The duo desc...
Paris News

Unlucky exhibitions in Paris

With museums in Paris shut down due to the government lockdown, visitors are missing The Palais Galliera’s exhibition of the season: Gabrielle Chanel. Manifeste de mode.  Its first major exhibitio...
Copenhagen News

Denmark will kill millions of minks due the covid-19

Denmark is going to slaughter millions of mink bred on its territory - the total population is 17 million - due to a mutation of the covid-19 virus that has already been transmitted to 12 people. The...
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