Germany bets on a third dose. Starting in September, the European country will administer a third prick against the coronavirus to both those over 60 years of age and the most vulnerable people.
The third dose will either be Pfizer or Moderna , the messenger RNA vaccines. Germany will also start a mass vaccination campaign for people over 12 years of age .
In Israel, meanwhile, these reinforcement campaigns have already been running for several days, targeting especially those over 60 years of age. A measure with which the Government tries to deal with its early vaccination, prior to the appearance of a Delta variant that does work in many vaccinated and that now shows the need for a booster dose. And is that Israel currently exceeds 2000 infections a day.
Radical denialism in Poland
In Poland, half of adults are already vaccinated, but many others are firmly against it. To the point that in Zamosc, in the east of the country, a vaccination center was set on fire at dawn this Monday, forcing the authorities to implement a plan to reinforce security around these centers.
“It was an act of terrorism,” Health Minister Adam Niedzielski reported to the press . “An act of terrorism directed not only against those who work here or against local health services, but against the State.”
And it was not the first. In Gdynia, in the north of the country, nurses from another similar center were surrounded and threatened this weekend by other radical deniers, just days after another group in Warsaw tried to enter another vaccination center. In case the virus was not already enough enemy.