Germany recommends vaccine mix for better protection

Germany's vaccine committee on Thursday recommended that everyone who received an AstraZeneca first dose switch to BioNTech-Pfizer or Moderna jabs for better protection against the coronavirus, including against the Delta ...

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Germany weighs new travel rules amid rise of Delta variant

The Delta variant of the coronavirus could be dominant in Germany in the next few days, meaning that current bans on most travellers from Britain or Portugal may be lifted, Health Minister Jens Spahn said Thursday.


EU deal on Covid pass paves way for summer travel

The European Parliament and EU member states reached a deal Thursday paving the way for a Covid-19 certificate that will help open up travel in Europe for the key summer season.


EU lawmakers back COVID vaccines patent waiver

The European Parliament has urged the EU to back a push for a temporary waiver of coronavirus vaccine patents, in the face of scepticism from Brussels and key member states.


EU aims for COVID certificate launch by end of June

The EU plans to get its COVID certificate scheme operational by the end of June to open up travel within the bloc in time for European summer vacations, a senior official said Tuesday.


AstraZeneca hopes to make up EU vaccine shortfall

AstraZeneca's boss expressed confidence Thursday that his company can make up a huge shortfall in COVID-19 vaccine doses promised to the EU, in a grilling by MEPs alongside rival CEOs.

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