COVID-19 vaccine research aims to boost jabs for pregnant women
A group of medical researchers is closing the gap on COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant women, after collating resources on how to discuss the vaccine and frequently-asked questions tailored for pregnant women. Dr Bradfield described the resources as like "a cold drink of water on a hot day"."They're clear, they're concise, they provide exactly the information that we need to be able to communicate to women," she said.Dr Bradfield estimated the resources had been viewed by about 50,000 practitioners across the country and said they made a meaningful impact on the vaccine rollout.
© Karim Sahib / AFP vaccination scene against coronavirus, in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), February 28, 2021.
In the United Arab Emirates, where vaccination against coronavirus is open for more than three years, "100% of the population received an injection" at least. A first in the world, according to Dubai.
The whole population of the United Arab Emirates eligible for the Vaccination against CVIV-19 received at least one dose of vaccine, a first in the world, according to the Ministry of Health of this Gulf country.
Nearly 22 million doses were administered in total, with 100% of the population who received an injection and 90.18% being completely vaccinated, added on Friday the Ministry.
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The health minister has sent off a strongly worded letter to Queensland to reconsider and look at rapid antigen testing as an alternative to its border arrangements.The Sunshine state will reopen for tourists once 80 per cent of its vaccine-eligible residents are double-jabbed - which could be as early as December 6.
In this country of some 10 million inhabitants who are in the vast majority of immigrant workers, the population can be vaccinated from the age of three.
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a new variant of CVIV-19, baptized Omicron and judged "worrying" by the World Health Organization (WHO), was originally detected in South Africa.
In response, many countries in the world, among which the Emirates closed their borders to travelers from the countries of southern Africa.
According to official statistics, the country recorded more than 741,000 cases of contamination at COVID-19, including 2,145.
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© Thomas Samson Jean-Francois Delfféy, September 15, 2020 in the Senate. "I sometimes hear that Vaccination against Covid, it's two more injections a reminder, and I tell you today that I do not know," assumed the President of the Scientific Council, Jean-François Delfféy, During his hearing in the Senate this Wednesday morning.