The Pfizer / BioNTec vaccine provides over 95% protection against COVID-19. These are the results of the largest study conducted in Israel. The data is published in the Lancet magazine. At the same time, it is noted that the effectiveness of vaccination decreases with immunization with a single dose of the drug. Currently, more than half of Israel’s population has received the first coronavirus vaccine.
France has officially changed its vaccination policy. From May 12, all citizens will be vaccinated against COVID-19 here, regardless of their age, provided that the doses of the drug remain in the vaccination centers. This was announced by President Emmanuel Macron.
Emmanuel Macron, President of France: “What is our goal? It is clear that we must move on and use all the doses of vaccine at our disposal. We need to continue our efforts so that 20 million French people are immunized by or around 15 May, 30 million – by mid-June”
In Germany, all adult citizens, regardless of age category and profession, can now register for vaccination with the British-Swedish company AstraZeneca. This was announced by Minister of Health Jens Spahn. Earlier, German experts recommended using AstraZeneca for people over 60 years old. At the moment, over 30% of the adult population is vaccinated against coronavirus in Germany.
Get vaccinated and get paid. This is exactly the scheme that the Serbian authorities decided to use. The goal is to motivate citizens who have not yet decided to vaccinate and reward Serbs who have already been immunized. Those who are vaccinated before May 30 will receive 25 euros in dinars from the state.