The number of vaccination breakthroughs is increasing in many places — and this trend is likely to continue with the omicron variant. These factors have been pushed by anti-vaccine campaigns online. But do vaccination breakthroughs really mean that COVID-19 vaccines don’t work? DW looks at the science.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday expressed his intention to resign as mounting public criticism over his response to the COVID-19 pandemic and growing doubts among ruling Liberal Democratic Party lawmakers about his leadership have diminished his chances of winning a second term. With Suga’s decision not to run in the Sept. 29 LDP presidentialContinue reading “Japan PM Suga to resign as public, party support erodes over COVID response”
Switzerland’s Federal Intelligence Service is warning of potential terrorist attacks on coronavirus vaccine infrastructure including vaccination centres, transport and manufacturing facilities, newspaper NZZ am Sonntag reported on Sunday (Aug 29). “Attacks on such targets would both hit large crowds and generate intensive media coverage,” the agency’s spokesman Isabelle Graber said in a written response to questions from NZZ.Continue reading “Switzerland warns of terror attacks on Covid-19 vaccine sites”
You may be getting vaccinated this month, but that comes at a weird cost. VICE News speaks with experts on why America’s role in withholding donations of our extra vaccines and putting off waiving our vaccine intellectual property prevents other countries from being able to get health workers and the elderly vaccinated, and how thatContinue reading “Why Some Countries May Not Have COVID Vaccines Until 2024 – VICE News”