COVID-19: Israel will vaccinate children from 5 to 11 years old
© Valery Hache "The majority of experts felt that the benefits of this vaccination for children would be more important than the risks, which led to the Decision to authorize the vaccine for these ages, "says the statement of the Israeli Ministry of Health. AFP / Jack GUEZ After The United States , Israel gave its green light Sunday to The vaccination of children from 5 to 11 years old with doses Pfizer / Biontech, hoping to curb the pandemic of Cvid- 19.
The measurement could concern more than 100,000 employees still non-vaccinated © Peter Summers / Pool / AFP Boris Johnson looks at vaccination on caregivers EPIDEMY - The measurement could concern more than 100,000 employees still non-vaccinated
according to the way already borrowed by several countries, The British Government announced on Tuesday the obligation for caregivers of the public health service in England of Vaccinate against COVID-19 from April.
After a consultation on the issue, "I have come to the conclusion that all those who work for the NHS," the public health service, "will have to be vaccinated," said Minister of Health Sajid Javid. Those who do not work in contact with patients or can not be vaccinated for health reasons will be exempted.
Immunization obligation suspended in the United States, sad record in Russia .... The point on coronavirus
New measures, new balance sheets and highlights: one point on the latest evolutions of the Pandemic of Covid-19 in France and in the world. © Reuters / Hannah Beier The situation in France for the third consecutive week, the incidence rate is increasing and the releasing (the number of contaminated persons per case) is greater than 1, which announces an increase. In the number of cases next week, if barrier gestures are not respected.
A measure already in place for employees of retirement homes
"Person" within the NHS or in the care sector "should not be considered an emissary goat" or "shown a finger" if it is not Vaccinated, he continued, emphasizing the pedagogy to convince reluctants. Citing the latest figures, Sajid Javid indicated that "90% of NHS staff received at least two doses" vaccine, although in some hospitals, "the figure is closer to 80%".
The employees of the retirement homes in England had been asked to be completely vaccinated against the disease before this Thursday. NHS caregivers will not have an obligation to vaccinate before winter, that the government fears difficult, fearing a recovery of COVID cases associated with other seasonal viruses such as influenza. NHS has nearly 1.2 million employees, including more than 627,000 caregivers.
United States: The Biden Administration says that blocking the vaccine obligation could cost the lives
health-coronavirus-USA: United States: The Biden administration says that blocking the vaccination obligation could cost lives © Reuters / Evelyn Hockstein United States: The Biden Administration says that blocking the vaccine obligation could cost VIES (Reuters) - The Biden Administration has declared a court on Monday that it had the power to impose the obligation Vaccine to companies of at least 100 people and that the unfavorable judgment sent Saturday by the United States Court of Appeal f
100,000 non-vaccinated NHS employees
Several countries have already implemented the vaccination obligation for caregivers, including France, Italy or Greece. The United States has introduced this obligation for federal employees and subcontractors of federal agencies, retirement home staff receiving federal subsidies and federally controlled schools. In the United Kingdom, each of the four nations (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) decides on its own policy on the subject.
The Chief Executive Officer of NHS Providers, an organization that includes NHS institutions, Chris Hopson, said Tuesday that if the subject of compulsory vaccination of caregivers was addressed in the right way, this could lead to a rise in vaccinations and he stressed the importance of not doing reluctant caregivers "emissar goats". He estimated on the BBC that there was "between 80,000 and 100,000 NHS employees" in England that are not vaccinated against coronavirus.
COVID-19 in the United States: the majority of employees required to be vaccinated by January 4th
© West-France This immunization obligation, which concerns employees of companies of more than 100 people, the workers of the medical world and employees of subcontractors of federal agencies in the United States. The measure relates to tens of millions of American employees.
There is no point in going quickly, it is necessary to vaccinate at point
the British vaccination program started much faster than in the rest of Europe, with nearly 80% of the inhabitants of the United Kingdom over 12 years now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. But this advance, for some experts, penalizes the country. The first people vaccinated, the most fragile, now undergo a drop in immunity against the virus, a fact further aggravated by the massive use of the Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine, with the efficiency lower than that of its competitors .
The British Government launched in mid-September its recall campaign, open over the age of 50 and caregivers, Prime Minister Boris Johnson underlining Monday that these reminders were "key" tools to avoid hospital clearance CET winter. The United Kingdom is one of the most bereaved countries in Europe with the pandemic with nearly 142,000 dead. HealthCoronavirus: The Defense Council looks at the third dose before the address of Emmanuel Macron Politicismecoronavirus: Faced with the crisis, Emmanuel Macron in permanent presidential speech
Corona rules: A harder error fixed - a new one committed .
The vaccination requirement for certain occupational groups is overdue. Nevertheless, the resolutions of the Federal Bund and Countries will not break the fourth wave so quickly - because a emergency brake has been robbed. © Michael Kappeler / DPA on the way to proclaiming the resolutions of federal and state countries: Chancellor Angela Merkel, Finance Minister Olaf Scholz and the Prime Minister Hendrik Wüst and Michael Müller (from left). A heavy mistake fixed - a new one committed finally.