WHO Warns of 700,000 More COVID-19 Deaths in Europe by March

Nov. 24, 2021 — Countries across Europe are facing another surge in coronavirus cases, which could lead to another 700,000 deaths by March 1 if current trends continue, the WHO announced on Tuesday. More than 1.5 million people have already died from COVID-19 in the 53 countries that make up the World Health Organization’s European… Continue reading WHO Warns of 700,000 More COVID-19 Deaths in Europe by March

COVID Surge in Europe: A Preview of What’s Ahead for the U.S.?

Health experts are warning the U.S. could be headed for another COVID-19 surge just as we enter the holiday season, following a massive new wave of infections in Europe – a troubling pattern seen throughout the pandemic. Eighteen months into the global health crisis that has killed 5.1 million people worldwide including more than 767,000… Continue reading COVID Surge in Europe: A Preview of What’s Ahead for the U.S.?

UK bucking trend of rising Covid cases in Europe

New infections remain steady in the UK, while some European neighbours are seeing steep rises. Source link

Italy makes COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for health workers

The government of Italy is requiring all health-care workers to take a COVID-19 vaccine, with those refusing facing suspension without pay for the rest of the year … source

Matthews shows his love of devisive politics is more important to him than the health of the nation

What a pathetic little sh*t of a man, no wonder Murdoch owns him. He might as well have asked what next week’s lottery numbers would be. What a waste of a … source

Covid: How is Europe lifting lockdown restrictions?

A third Covid wave hit much of Europe hard but now gradually lockdowns are being eased. Source link

Queer in the Media: politics and representation with Olly Alexander

Shon Faye is joined by lead singer of pop group Years and Years, Olly Alexander, to discuss his experiences as an out gay man in pop music and the media, his … source

How will the Coronavirus change global politics? | DW Analysis

The Coronavirus is sweeping around the world. It’s a global emergency like we’ve never seen before. Europe now has become epicentre of the Corona crisis. source

Covid: Oxford vaccine does protect older people, Europe told

A single dose of the Pfizer or Oxford vaccine cuts hospital admissions of older people by about 80%. Source link