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Czech government to donate 2.39 million COVID-19 vaccines

Czech government to donate 2.39 million COVID-19 vaccines

26/7/2021 8:04:00 PM

Czech government to donate 2.39 million COVID-19 vaccines

The Czech government has approved plans to donate up to 2.39 million COVID-19 vaccines to countries in the Balkans, Africa and Asia by the end of ...

WorldFILE PHOTO: A medical worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech"Comirnaty" vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in a vaccination center in Paris, France, July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier27 Jul 2021 12:33AMShare this content

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BookmarkPRAGUE: The Czech government has approved plans to donate up to 2.39 million COVID-19 vaccines to countries in the Balkans, Africa and Asia by the end of 2021, a government official said on Monday (Jul 26)."We will only be safe from coronavirus if we provide vaccines for the whole world," Milena Hrdinkova, state secretary for European affairs, said on her Twitter account.

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Some Americans could need COVID-19 vaccine booster: FauciTop U.S. infectious disease official Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that Americans who are immune compromised may end up needing COVID-19 vaccine ... Now they prepare citizens for a third shot. In 2022 there will surely be a fourth shot of these control vaccines. Refuse it ! This is proof the Pfizer vaccine is ineffective against delta variant. Only 39% and yet our authority is so proud

French parliament adopts COVID-19 vaccine passports law despite protestsPARIS: France's parliament voted to make vaccine passports a key part of daily life in the battle against COVID-19 on Sunday (Jul 25), after a ... Only a dictator state would do such thing. The pic is from 2018 when France won the World cup

Not yet time to consider making Covid-19 vaccination mandatory: Ong Ye KungSINGAPORE — It is not yet time for the Government to think about making Covid-19 jabs mandatory as they are being rolled out under emergency authorisation, though perhaps it is a policy that “governments around the world will have to consider” when Covid-19 becomes endemic, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Monday (July 26). It is still experimental! Never and ever! How can we be forced to take experimental vaccines! Hahhaha if one needs to attend a wedding, funeral, traveling, etc, needs to be vaccinated, it's already compulsory without saying compulsory...like it or not, the gov dnt have to say compulsory...all participation in groups is now mandatory to be vaccinated. Mandatory subtly

Antibodies from Sinovac's COVID-19 shot fade after about 6 months, booster helps: StudyBEIJING: Antibodies triggered by Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine decline below a key threshold from around six months after a second dose for most ... 🙄 Pfizer is only 39% effective. Don't brag too big. Sinovac is equally effective against severe covid-19 and hospitalization. 如果那些人春節就接種中國疫苗了,他們豈不是要重新再接種了?

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