青少年打疫苗 英國准了

  Britain decided on Sept. 13th to follow other countries in offering coronavirus vaccines to children 12 and up. The government hopes that expanded vaccination and mild tweaks to social behavior can avert the need for lockdowns in the winter.
  Britain will also begin a COVID-19 vaccine booster program for everyone over 50 and other vulnerable people soon. Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes the booster program will mean that hospitals can bear the burden of all winter infections without the need for another lockdown.
  A law requiring healthcare workers in France to prove their vaccination against COVID-19 or face suspension without pay comes into effect on Sept.15th. With about 300,000 workers still not vaccinated, some hospitals fear staff shortages will add to their strain.
  After 548 days with restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19, Denmark has lifted all restrictions, including a rule requiring people to present proof of vaccination to enter nightclubs. The decision was taken after more than 83% of eligible people aged above 12 in Denmark had been fully vaccinated.