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Entertainment vaccine: the idea of ​​the obligation makes its way into the EU, "not the choice of France" responds to Véran

01:05  02 december  2021
01:05  02 december  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 2

  What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 2 Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.OPH said it anticipates roughly 70,000 children will become eligible for that vaccine within the coming weeks.

The European Union will warn Russia on Monday that relations could suffer in future if Moscow does not uphold accords to end the Georgia conflict, according to a draft summit statement that shied away from sanctions. But it made no reference to sanctions, with EU countries split on whether Russia should face punitive measures and some questioning whether the bloc can do anything to influence its largest energy supplier. " The European Council is gravely concerned by the open conflict which has broken out in Georgia, by the resulting violence and by the disproportionate reaction of Russia."

"I think it's a discussion that must take place"

while the new variant Omicron worries the planet, Ursula von der Leyen has ruled on the immunization obligation he was "appropriate and reasonable to have this discussion now", stating that it was a "personal position". "It requires a common approach but I think it's a discussion that must take place," she added. According to the President of the Commission, it will take "about 100 days" to the scientific community to adapt the vaccine response to this new variant.


Video: Vaccine: The idea of ​​the obligation makes its way in the EU, "not the choice of France" replies Véran (Europe 1)

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Thursday, Nov. 4

  What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Thursday, Nov. 4 Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic.The health unit says 98 per cent of its eligible population has at least one dose and about 95 per cent of those residents have at least two doses.

to stop the outbreak of the pandemic, Austria, first EU country to decide it, prepares a law to impose the vaccination of the adult population as of February 1, 2022. Germany announced Tuesday that compulsory vaccination would be the subject of a proposal for a law submitted to Parliament Before the end of the year .

"No the choice of France"

but on its part, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran assured Wednesday that "the immunization obligation is not the choice that France has done." If the minister said, however, that it was not "impossible" to come to such a measure, he said, "Who says obligation says control and sanction" and the "feasibility" of an obligation "is Not obvious ". With "more than 90% of the vaccinable population that is vaccinated", France, which favored "very strong incentives" such as the sanitary pass, has also reached a "much larger immunization coverage than the countries that question "as to a possible obligation.

Canada should focus on vaccine equity — not travel bans — human rights advocate, doctors say .
Canada has funded several initiatives designed to achieve global vaccine equity throughout the pandemic. But some doctors and a human rights advocate told CBC the Canadian government could do more.The doctors, along with a human rights policy specialist who spoke to CBC this week, said the federal government can and should increase its vaccine shipments to low-income countries sooner than planned, encourage more vaccine production and advocate for rules to make pharmaceutical companies release vaccine recipes.

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