COVID in Europe- All non-essential Dutch businesse

2022-04-05
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COVID in Europe: All non-essential Dutch businesses to close at 5pm - Today News Post News Post || Euro News:

COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in various parts of Europe as the cold weather has affected the spread of the virus.

Countries on the Old Continent are attempting to curb the spike through various means – from a national lockdown in Austriaand are quite happy to provide personnel, to limiting access to certain services elsewhere or pushing for an increase in vaccination rates.

Around 60% of people in Western Europe are fully immunised against COVID-19, but only about half as many are vaccinated in Eastern Europere sensitive to stepping o.

Brussels has said that everyone should receive a booster shot six months after being fully vaccinatedushering in a new restriction even at a time when case counts were relatively low.. MeanwhileSyrians look ou, its digital COVID certificate — used for cross-border travel — will expire nine months after the last vaccine dose.

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