Police estimated the participants in the rally in central
As the last of the speeches denouncing government plans to make vaccinations for health workers and students mandatory were finishing, some youths attacked police standing before the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, next to the Greek Parliament with bottles, firecrackers and some firebombs.
Police used tear gas, stun grenades and a water cannon to disperse protesters, who shouted obscenities at the police and against Prime Minister
While over 5.7 million people in
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He indicated the administration remained focused on doing that in an “expeditious” and “feasible” way after the eight-month mark, with doses beginning the week of
But on Sunday, Fauci said regarding the eight-month
Fauci spoke on ABC’s “This Week,” CNN’s “State of the Union” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Throughout the afternoon, thousands marched in the German capital’s Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte neighborhoods. More than 2,000 police officers were on duty across the city to respond to the protests.
Police had banned more than a dozen planned protests for this weekend, including from the
Sunday’s demonstrations follow a similar turnout of several thousand on Saturday, also in defiance of police bans.
One year ago, during a large-scale anti-coronavirus protest in Berlin’s government district, far-right extremists attempted to storm Germany’s parliament building. They were intercepted by police, but the incident showed the extent to which far-right activists play a role in the anti-coronavirus protest movement.
The 151,200 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines arrived at
The doses would be used to vaccinate healthcare workers and other priority groups in the war-torn country, the
Earlier this year,
The decision, approved Sunday, is the latest phase of a booster program that began last month with Israelis over 60. It was expanded in phases over several weeks to people in their 50s, 40s and 30s. Some 2 million people — more than 20% of the country’s roughly 9 million people — have received a third dose.
“The third vaccination works,” said Prime Minister
“Once again we find ourselves dealing with a natural disaster in the midst of a pandemic,” said
Hurricane Ida is forecast to slam into the state late Sunday along the
The storm comes as hospitals and their intensive care units are already filled with patients from the fourth surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, this one sparked by the highly contagious delta variant and low vaccination rates statewide.
“That isn’t possible. We don’t have any place to bring those patients. Not in state, not out of state,” Edwards explained.
The robbery comes as
He did not say which vaccine was stolen.
The country is struggling through a fifth wave of the disease driven by the highly contagious delta variant.
Guided tours are fully booked, restaurants are packed and sailboats were chartered well in advance.
Croatia’s tourism industry was caught by surprise. There had been fear that the coronavirus pandemic would discourage people from traveling.
A tour guide in the southern city of Dubrovnik that is known for its
The success of the summer season is essential to Croatia’s economy, which is among the weakest in the
“Japan is aiming for 80% vaccination levels,” Kono said on a nationally broadcast Fuji TV show.
A digital system for proof of vaccination will be available later this year, he added.
In at least 14 states, lawsuits have been filed either for or against masks in schools. In some cases, normally rule-enforcing school administrators are finding themselves fighting state leaders.
Legal experts say that while state laws normally trump local control, legal arguments from mask proponents have a good chance of coming out on top. But amid protests and even violence over masks around
Mask rules in public schools vary widely. Some states require them; others ban mandates. Many more leave it up to individual districts.
Big school districts that want to require masks are in court and battling governors in
Lawsuits fighting mask requirements have popped up in
Like many Native Hawaiians, she was not vaccinated against COVID-19.
Perreira-Keawekane’s situation highlights the COVID-19 crisis that is gripping
On Friday, the state reported a record high 1,035 newly confirmed cases.
Now the governor is urging tourists to stay away and residents to limit travel, and leaders are re-imposing caps on sizes of social gatherings. And in an effort to address vaccine hesitancy, businesses and nonprofits launched a public service campaign aimed at Native Hawaiians, many of whom harbor a deep distrust of the government.
The refrigerated truck arrived in the county on Friday. Doan said that it was loaned by