11:24 am: “780,000 people were vaccinated on Friday” a record
Government spokesman Gabriel Attal said 780,000 people had been vaccinated on Friday, “a record.”
11:12 am: Gabriel Attle receives his booster dose
Government spokesman Gabriel Attle received his booster dose of the Moderna vaccine this Saturday at the Vélizy 2 shopping center in Vélizy-Villacoublay on Yvonne.
11:01 am: The Europa League meeting between Tottenham and Rennes is canceled
The Europa League conference meeting between Tottenham and Rennes scheduled for Thursday in London has been postponed due to the Covit-19 lawsuits within the English team, which cannot be rescheduled and should therefore be canceled, UEFA announced this Saturday.
“Unfortunately, despite all efforts, a solution could not be found that would suit both clubs,” a spokesman said, adding that the team’s score of defeat would be determined by its regulatory structure and discipline.
Rennes, the team’s captain, has already qualified for the 16th round, having to beat Tottenham to clinch 2nd place in the play – offs at Witche Arnhem.
10:46 am: “Childhood vaccination is essential”
On France Blue’s microphone, Prime Minister Jean Costex commented on the childhood vaccine: “They are game transmitters. I’m a living example. A few weeks ago my 11-year-old daughter gave me the virus. I was vaccinated so I only had a very mild form, but there. Therefore, it is important for children to be vaccinated. “
10:39 a.m .: For Christmas, “You have to respect all the rules that already exist. You have to go get vaccinated ”
Prime Minister Jean Costex “can manage” to spend a quiet Christmas on France Blue’s microphone. However, he says we must “respect all the rules and get vaccinated”.
10:24 am: “90% of French people get at least one dose of vaccine”
“France has exceeded the limit of 90% of our eligible fellow citizens who received their first injection. This is very good. More than 9 more should try to persuade them,” Prime Minister Jean Costex Dove underlined. Micro from France Blue.
9:15 a.m .: A man is vaccinated 10 times in one day
New Zealand health officials have launched an investigation into a man who was vaccinated ten times a day with the Covit-19 vaccine. The individual may have received money to be vaccinated on behalf of other individuals. In New Zealand, residents do not have to show ID to receive the vaccine.
8:07 a.m .: A cluster after a Tortiflet evening at a football club
Two weeks after attending a tortuous party at the Renac Football Club in Ille-et-Vilaine, at least 30 people have tested positive for Kovit, according to France Blue Armor.
8:03 am: Green light for vaccinating children in Switzerland
Swiss pharmaceutical company SwissMedic on Friday approved a vaccine against corona virus in children from the age of 5 through the messenger RNA vaccine Caminardi, a Pfizer-biotech. Currently, the vaccine is reserved for children from 12 years of age. Switzerland is experiencing a very strong fifth wave of Govt-19. Schools play an important role here, but are not always recognized by some cantonal authorities and are late in taking action.
7:27 a.m .: Pollution registration in the UK
The United Kingdom is in a “deeply worrying situation” with more than 58,000 new cases reported on Friday, unheard of since January, Housing Minister Michael Cove said after the crisis meeting. The number of Omigron variants is “doubling every two or three days in the UK and may be even faster in Scotland”. In light of this, the UK government has announced that there will be no Downing Street Christmas festivities this year
7:15 a.m .: More than 100 killed in 24 hours in Peru, the first time in four months.
Peru, the country with the highest Govt-19 death rate in the world, recorded 123 deaths and 1,356 cases on Friday for the first time in four months (August 18). Due to the increase in cases and deaths, Certificates for the anticoagulant vaccine began to be required in shops, banks and airports in Peru on Friday. The government has banned community gatherings and events, including home and family trips, during Christmas and New Year.
6:55 am: Protests against health restrictions in Vienna and Luxembourg
Struggles against health restrictions continue in Europe. This Saturday, a rally Planned against the implementation of anti-Govt controls and compulsory vaccination in Vienna. Austria was initially plagued by the epidemic and took drastic decisions such as controlling those who were not vaccinated to deal with it. They were immediately subjected to popular opposition. A protest against health measures is also planned in Luxembourg, near home.
6:52 a.m .: “We did everything we could to keep you open”, Costex launches in Strasbourg market
Prime Minister Jean Costex visited the Strasbourg Christmas Market on Friday. The latest news from Alsace says. “We did everything we could to open you up,” the prime minister told liquor dealers.
On the eve of the third anniversary of the Strasbourg attack on December 11, 2018, the Prime Minister met with various security forces at the Christmas market and rated the device “very good”. “The idea is to maintain it while ensuring health and safety,” he told vendors, who reopened after the Christmas market was canceled last year.
6:49 a.m .: High Health Commission says no to molnupravir
This comes as a surprise: the Health High Authority has refused to approve Merck’s antiviral drug, molnupravir. Health Minister Olivier Véran had high hopes for the drug. 50,000 doses were also ordered. Click here to learn more.
She claims she was vaccinated and dies at the hospital
Fifty-year-old man, with false vaccination certificate, died of Covit-19 at a hospital in the Ile-de-France region, we learned on Friday. The head of the institution’s revitalization service calls on her not to cover up her vaccination status because it distracts attention. Our full article is here.
6:47 a.m .: The number of patients admitted to the hospital is still increasing
Currently, 13,629 patients (+266 in 24 hours) are hospitalized in France for Covit-19, of whom 2,498 are being treated in intensive care services (+37), which welcomes the most severely affected patients.
On Friday, 55,339 new pollutants were recorded, down slightly from Thursday (over 56,000) and Wednesday (over 61,000).
To avoid congestion of critical care services, seven regions have reactivated the White Plan, which specifically enables deprogramming operations and reassigning staff to critical care services.
Things to remember from Friday, December 10th
- Molnupiravir, Merck’s antiviral pill, is not approved by the French National Institutes of Health.
- As the Christmas holidays approach, SNCF health permits will be accelerated.
- “We hope the situation improves by Christmas,” said government spokesman Gabriel Attle, while the vaccine booster campaign is “accelerating”.
- Olivier Véran has announced a goal of reaching 20 million booster doses by Christmas.
- Representing the Minister of Solidarity and Health, who is in charge of autonomy, Brigitte Borginon noted that “80% of nursing home residents have received their booster dose.”
- Dancing in bars and restaurants in France has been banned since this Friday as part of a new anti-Govt campaign. Nightclubs have to close their doors. These measures will be in effect till January 6.
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