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First Canadian provinces to scrap Covid mandates

Canada’s province of Saskatchewan announced on Tuesday it would stop requiring vaccine passes and masks. It comes as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has insisted on the effectiveness of Covid-19 mandates amid trucker protests gripping capital Ottawa. The prairie province, situated between Alberta and Manitoba, said it would stop requiring …

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Johnson & Johnson stops Covid-19 vaccine production – NYT

US multinational Johnson & Johnson suspended production of its Covid-19 vaccine late last year amid a massive push by the federal government and health officials to promote getting inoculated, The New York Times reported on Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the situation.  The pause in production is reportedly temporary, but …

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Turkey’s president gets Covid-19 after Ukraine visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed that he had been infected with Covid-19 on Saturday afternoon. “Thank God, I have a mild illness, which I learned is an Omicron variant. I’m on duty. I will continue to work from home,” Erdogan announced on Twitter. The president visited Kiev on Thursday, where …

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Covid jabs become mandatory in 1st EU country

A new law has come into force in Austria, making it compulsory for everyone over the age of 18 to be vaccinated against Covid-19. The measure, implemented from Saturday, means Austria is the first country in Europe to mandate inoculation against Covid-19 for all adults. While several countries have mandated …

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Canada province vows to end Covid restrictions ‘very soon’

Canada’s Saskatchewan province will soon lift all of its Covid-19 measures, the regional government said, arguing that residents are tired of intrusions into their lives and a perpetual state of panic triggered by the pandemic. “Covid is not ending, but government restrictions on your rights and freedoms – those will …

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Compulsory Covid vaccination set to be imposed in first EU country

On Thursday, Austria’s compulsory vaccination bill has cleared its last parliamentary hurdle on its way to becoming a law. The parliament’s upper house – the Federal Council – has voted 47 to 12 in favor of the legislation. The right-wing Freedom Party was virtually the only one opposing the initiative.  …

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First EU country lifts all Covid-19 restrictions

Denmark has become the first EU member state to lift all coronavirus curbs on Tuesday despite surging Omicron cases. The government believes its massive vaccination drive alone would allow it to cope with the more contagious, yet milder variant of the virus. Starting from February 1, the Scandinavian country has …

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UK foreign secretary catches Covid

UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has announced that she has caught Covid and will be self-isolating ahead of “an important week for diplomacy.” “I tested positive for Covid this evening. Thankfully I’ve had my three jabs and will be working from home while I isolate,” she wrote on Twitter on …

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Another triple-vaxxed US military leader catches Covid

US Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro has announced that he tested positive for Covid-19, becoming the latest in a string of senior US military leaders who have recently fallen ill with the virus. In a statement, Del Toro revealed that he tested positive for the coronavirus on Monday …

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