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15 Dec
The United States has approved COVID-19 jabs for children from the age of five and over. But misinformation is circulating and unsettling many parents. DW's Ines Pohl visited a vaccination station in Norfolk, Virginia.
20 Sep 2021
Vaccinated travelers arriving from from low-risk countries will no longer have to take PCR tests. England has also removed eight countries from its red list.
18 Aug 2021
Ivory Coast has started rolling out a vaccination campaign against Ebola after recording its first known case of the disease in more than a quarter of a century.
29 Jul 2021
The changes apply to those with a vaccine approved by the US or in Europe. Arrivals will still need to test negative before departing for England.
10 Jul 2021
Experts predict that the delta variant could become the predominant strain in Europe by August. Many are calling for a more comprehensive vaccination campaign to prevent the spread of the highly transmissible mutation.
29 Jun 2021
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett calls on young people to get vaccinated against Covid-19 during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. The Israeli health ministry reimposed compulsory mask-wearing in enclosed public places on June 25, following a surge in Covid-19 cases since the rule was dropped 10 days earlier.
10 Jun 2021
The COVAX program aims to acquire vaccines for poorer countries. Recently, donor countries have pledged millions of additional doses. But the project continues to face many hurdles.
21 May 2021
EU member states have agreed to allow vaccinated travellers into the bloc under a recommendation to be adopted on Friday by EU ministers and taken up by leaders at a summit next week, the European Commission says. EU ambassadors agreed that those inoculated with EU-approved vaccines against Covid-19 would be able to enter, though the decision is not binding on member states, which can make up their own mind whether to apply it. Also, an "emergency brake" will be available to prevent variants being imported into the EU.
24 Mar 2021
Papers in the UK brag about record vaccinations but the EU could have the last laugh: the bloc is considering banning vaccine exports, which would set back the UK's reopening plans. There's criticism in France over the Paris region's new "open-air lockdown". French papers also examine claims that post-colonial and gender studies go against France's universalist values. Plus, US students may not be able to party for Spring Break, but there's one age group that's back to having fun: people over 70!
14 Mar 2021
The Dalai Lama receives a vaccination against Covid-19 in Dharamshala, India, and urges people around the world to 'have the courage to take this injection'.
13 Mar 2021
Sex workers association leader Jhumur Begum walks along the narrow lanes of the Bangladesh’s largest brothel every day, knocking on the doors of small shacks where sex workers live to persuade them to take a Covid-19 vaccine. Begum says sex workers prefer not to wear masks because “if clients cannot see their pretty faces, they won’t hire the girls. This is why mask usage is rare inside the brothel.”
13 Feb 2021
In the US, the Covid-19 vaccine programme is being rolled out, but the shots are not getting into the arms of many people who need it most, particularly Black Americans. They make up just 13 percent of the US population, but account for more than 15 percent of Covid-19 deaths. And desite promises to increase equality in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, little has been done to improve vaccine access in disadvantaged neighbourhoods where the majority of essential workers live. Our Los Angeles correspondents Valérie Defert, Pierrick Leurent and Ryan Thompson report.

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