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Vaccine, vacation dreams

By France24
20 March 2021   |   5:16 pm
As many in Europe dream of their upcoming summer vacations, we take a look at the varied responses to the EU’s proposal for a coronavirus passport. We also see how the British press is reacting to Brussels’ threat of banning exports of Covid-19 vaccines to the UK. We discover how certain fishing practices emit as much carbon as the global aviation industry and why this study could eventually be transformed into good news. Finally, we find out how a walrus got very, very lost.

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