Pop star Olivia Rodrigo will be to meet with President Joe Biden and Chief Medical Adviser Anthony Fauci at the White House Wednesday as part of the administration’s effort to promotes Covid-19 vaccination among young people. Rodrigo, singer and actor, will also record videos on the importance of vaccinated young people.
Qatar is to allow fully vaccinated travelers enter the Gulf state without the need for quarantine while boosting tourism plans ahead of next year’s FIFA World Cup. A new set of measures would make the visit to Qatar “as easy as possible” while maintaining precautions against the coronavirus, the government said Tuesday.
More than 1.7 million people in France have booked to receive the Covid-19 vaccine since President Emmanuel Macron announced Monday evening that access to cafes, restaurants and other places would be limited to those who have “health passports.” By midnight, more than 900,000 reservations for vaccinations had been made, while 800,000 people had made a reservation during Tuesday’s day, according to the medical appointment booking site Doctolib.
Rich nations pay more for low doses of Covid-19 vaccine, aggravating the unfair distribution of blows, according to the head of the World Trade Organization. Covax, the United Nations-backed program that aims to provide Covid-19 vaccines to developing countries, is struggling to do so because of the scarcity of supply, the director general of the United States said on Tuesday. OMC Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
The UK’s vaccination drive is showing signs of slowing before the planned lifting of coronavirus restrictions in England next week. The government estimates that 87 per cent of the adult population (45m people) have received at least one dose, with two thirds (34m) having completed their vaccination regimen.
South Africa will be temporarily close vaccination sites because of risk of violence, said the Health Minister on Tuesday, when the country collapsed under the days of sacking and revolting pedestrians in decades. Some sites would be closed outside of a “precautionary principle” if they were damaged or in areas affected by the violence, which swept Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal, two of South Africa’s most populous provinces, the minister said.
Small American businesses are struggling to find workers, and many more plan to increase pay in an attempt to employment while the economy recovers. About 46 percent of small business owners said in June they had job openings they could not fill, well above the historical average of 22 percent, according to a monthly survey of members by the National Federation of Small Business Owners. Independent companies.
Scotland is for delaying return to the office and workplaces due to concerns about high numbers of coronavirus cases, but will move forward with the release of other restrictions next week, Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said. In a statement to the Scottish Parliament ahead of Scotland’s move to lower “Zero Level” restrictions on 19 July, Sturgeon made it clear that his devolved government would take a more prudent approach than the one the government took. British for England.
Absences related to Covid in English schools have hit a record, as has an increasing number of the students came into contact with suspected cases of coronavirus. The Department for Education said Tuesday that the absence of pandemic populations in state schools is growing and is at its highest rate since the reopening of schools in March 2021.