Covid-19: Iran launches its vaccination campaign
© Provided by Le Point L he vaccination campaign against Covid-19 began on Tuesday in Iran , the Middle East country most affected by the pandemic and where the health situation has been worsened by the US sanctions regime according to the authorities. "We are starting the national vaccination against Covid-19", announced Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who participated by videoconference in the ceremony organized to mark the launch of the campaign in a hospital in Tehran.
This text, adopted at the end of January by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe concerning vaccination against Covid-19, is at the heart of an online debate © ALLILI MOURAD / SIPA The vaccine, the Covid-19 and Europe (illustration). FAKE OFF - This text, adopted at the end of January by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on vaccination against Covid-19, is at the heart of an online debate
The Council of Europe is Did he expect to see his “ethical, legal and practical considerations” around the vaccine against Covid-19 arouse such interest from Internet users? This "resolution 2361" , adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of this European body on January 27, has in any case been talked about a lot on the social networks since it was put online.
Covid-19 in Brazil: hundreds of NGOs and companies unite to speed up vaccination
© REUTERS - Bruno Kelly A 90-year-old Brazilian receives a dose of AstraZeneca / Oxford vaccine against Covid-19, in a remote reserve near Manaus, on February 9, 2021. Brazil has already vaccinated 4 million people against Covid-19, but this only corresponds to 2% of the population.
And for good reason: while many citizens are worried about the hypothetical implementation of a "vaccination passport" in France (or at European level), this resolution recommends, to ensure a "level acceptance of vaccines ”, the importance“ of ensuring that citizens are informed that vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is under political, social or other pressure to be vaccinated, he or she does not wish to do it personally ”.
Consequently, the resolution is relayed as much by Internet users reassured by this reminder as by others, who remained wary. “Tired of seeing this famous resolution 2361 circulating […] that the vaccine would not be compulsory !!! […] It is written in red: PROVISIONAL !!!! And even though this resolution is not provisional: they do what they want and backpedal endlessly with laws, decrees, bills, health measures, etc. , for example, warned an internet user recently, when other s are simply wondering about the legal significance of such a decision.
Coronavirus: update on the pandemic
© Marco Bertorello A caregiver shows a dose of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at a retirement home in Saluzzo, Italy, February 12, 2021 New measures, new reports and highlights: a update on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic around the world. - British economy at half mast - The UK economy contracted at a record rate of 9.9% in 2020 due to the shock of the pandemic, which crippled entire sectors of activity for months, according to the National Statistics Office (ONS).
"The word 'provisional' is simply mentioned because the text is still awaiting proofreading. But in substance, in substance, nothing will change, and this mention must disappear relatively quickly "indicates to 20 Minutes the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) - confused by some Internet users with the European Parliament .
“The Assembly brings together parliamentarians [deputies, senators] from the 47 member states of the Council of Europe - including, of course, France and the other countries of the European Union, but also Turkey, Russia and Caucasus country. Its resolutions are not legally binding on the 47 states of the Council of Europe, or on the European Union, "PACE said.
The body nonetheless recalls its reputation as a “democratic conscience” of Europe and the fact that “its positions carry moral value at the international level”: “They have an indirect influence on national legislation since the same parliamentarians grouped together in within the Assembly vote - in their parliaments - national laws. The Assembly speaks on behalf of 830 million Europeans, through their parliaments, and its positions therefore have a significant influence in debates within the EU. "
Criminal justice for minors, pro-independence government in New Caledonia, Burma ... The news of this Wednesday morning
© Provided by Liberation The news Elections. The separatists won a majority in the collegiate government of New Caledonia where they have six members out of eleven, for the first time since the start of the Noumea Accord (1998). Burma. Anti-junta mobilization continues in Burma on Wednesday with large crowds in the streets amid fears of escalating violence, the UN rapporteur having been informed of troop deployments in Yangon. PSG-Barça.
No compulsory vaccination in France, except in certain cases for children
As a reminder , in France, certain vaccines are recommended and others compulsory for children, in particular against tetanus and diphtheria. In practice, the State cannot therefore oblige refractory parents to have their child vaccinated, but the latter may be refused access to the crèche or to any reception structure if he has not received the one of the eleven compulsory vaccines.
“States remain sovereign on the issue of vaccination. The only possibility for a binding obligation within our organization would be a judgment of the European Court of Human Rights, which is not at all in question at the moment. An individual should file a complaint against one of the countries concerned for the violation of his rights, and the judgment should go in his favor, "concludes PACE.
In France, Emmanuel Macron has several times repeated his opposition to compulsory vaccination against Covid-19. Society Coronavirus: Is the official number of hospitalizations different from the figures in the CHU? Media Report information that you believe to be false to the "Fake Off" team of "20 Minutes"
Emmanuel Macron wants an expanded "health pass" .
© Albert Facelly Emmanuel Macron defended the idea of a health pass allowing certain places to be reopened. "I feel there is a lot of confusion sometimes on this topic." Emmanuel Macron is walking on eggshells. The head of state spoke on Thursday of the establishment of a "health pass", allowing access to certain places or countries for French people who are immune or negative to Covid-19.