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© Jesus Merida / Sopa Images / Lightrocket / Getty Images Covid-19: This country will pay its nationals to fill themselves up The Serbs who are already vaccinated or will be before the end of May will receive 25 euros. This is obviously a first in the world. In Serbia, getting vaccinated against Cvid-19 is rewarded.
The Government has set itself the objective of reaching the mark of the 20 million first doses injected on May 15, then 30 million a month laterCampaign - The Government set itself the goal of reaching the mark of 20 Millions of first doses injected on May 15, then 30 million a month later
Jean Castex said he was "reasonably optimistic" to achieve this Saturday night the objective of theagainst COVID -19 in mid-May, during a visit to the Versailles Porte Vaccination Center in Paris.
Facilitations for vaccinated and geneses occur on Sunday in force
according to the yes of the Federal Council on the relief for vaccinated and geneses, the corresponding regulation on Sunday comes into force. This was announced by Minister of Justice Christine Lambrecht (SPD) on Friday. "This is a very important step towards more normality," said the minister for the new regulation. © Christof Stache After the yes of the Federal Council on the relief for vaccinated and geneses, the corresponding regulation enters into force on Sunday.
"I am reasonably optimistic. We should tonight reach"No dose should be unused" , ie 20 million primo-vaccinated on May 15, "said the Prime Minister at a brief statement to the press. "This is a very important moment for the whole country because it reinforces the outlook out of the crisis that are also reinforced by the evolution of the data of the epidemic that regresses everywhere" in France, added the head of the Government that was accompanied by the Minister of Defense, Florence Parly, and the Minister Delegate to Citizenship, Marlène Schiappa.
The Government has set itself the objective of reaching the mark of the 20 million first doses injected on May 15, then 30 million a month later. According to the latest figures published on Friday night, 19,706,931 people had received at least one injection and 8,705,141 people had received two injections (13% of the total population and 16.6% of the population). "The following objective is 30 million primo-vaccinated, it is within our reach," said the Prime Minister, while the campaign will be open to all adults
Merkel and Spahn see opportunities for summer holidays also for unvaccinated
Chancellor Angela Merkel and Health Minister Jens Spahn agree: both expect a summer vacation in other European countries will soon be feasible - even without corona vaccination. © Clara Margais / dpa / Picture Alliance Summer, Sun, Sand - The beach of Arenal on the Spanish island Mallorca Chancellor Angela Merkel has optimistic that summer vacation in Europe is also for people who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus yet , will be possible.
Jean Castex has set two priority objectives for the rest of the vaccination campaign. "No dose should be unused" and "we have to go for the most vulnerable," he said, recalling that
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direct. COVID-19: WHO considers the balance sheet of the pandemic largely underestimated .
© Michael Dantas / AFP people visit the Cemetery of Manaus, Brazilian city hardly struck by the Pandemic of Covid-19, May 9, 2021. According to the World Health Organization, the overmortality caused by the pandemic is two to three times higher than officially attributed deaths to COVID-19. In France, the epidemiologist Arnaud Fontanet sets the course at less than 5,000 cases a day on June 15, to pass "a much quieter summer".