New incentives For vaccination, the United States began to send excess doses, and the European Union began to use Covid travel certificates. Here is what you should know:
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As new incentives prompted more people to vaccinate, the number of cases in the U.S. dropped to a record low
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. is now They are the lowest Since March 2020. Experts say that the country is unlikely to see a surge this summer due to rising vaccination rates. So far 63% of U.S. adults At least once, President Biden recently outlined A radical plan Reached his goal of having at least 70% of people vaccinated by July 4. He urged Americans to give injections and persuade others to do the same. He emphasized incentives for those who do, such as the opportunity to get a year of free flights or free tickets to the Super Bowl.
Recently, many states and companies have launched their own sweepstakes for the winners.These range from the promise of free beer to the chance to win $1 million. They Seems to be workingFor example, in Ohio, the number of weekly vaccinations fell by 25%, until the governor announced that five people would win $1 million in a lottery for vaccinated people.
The U.S. sent the first remaining Covid-19 vaccines to countries in need
Yesterday, the United States sent the first batch of Covid-19 vaccine to countries in need and outlined how it will be Share its surplus With the rest of the world. Three-quarters of the first 25 million doses of vaccine will be distributed through the World Health Organization’s Covax program, which sends vaccines to the world’s poorest countries. The primary tasks of these lenses will be Latin America and the Caribbean, South and Southeast Asia, and Africa. After that, the camera will travel to the places where the request is made to the White House, including India and Gaza. The White House made it clear that these goods will not have any conditions attached.
With the increase in global cases, the need for better and fairer vaccine distribution is becoming more and more urgent.Earlier this week, the WHO approved Vaccine from China Huaxing Send out via Covax. The lens is easy to store and may significantly reduce global demand for lenses.
Despite concerns about variants, the EU is still preparing for summer travel
Last week, seven countries in the European Union started using the region’s Digital Green Certificate, Which indicates whether someone has been fully vaccinated, recovered from Covid-19, or tested negative in the past 72 hours. The certificate is free and should be used in all 27 EU countries before July 1.
However, the road to summer travel across the African continent has not been smooth sailing.This week, the UK changed its guidelines Travel to Portugal, Surprised some holidaymakers. The country is designated as an “amber” destination rather than a “green” destination, which means that travelers need to be isolated for 10 days after returning to the UK. Officials said that part of the reason for this shift was fear that travelers might bring more variants into the country when they return.This decision was announced in the UK that it will launch a new “Global Pandemic Radar” system Track Covid variants and emerging diseases more effectively.
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