Doctors, nurses, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors Nurses and the elderly have had their hands removed across the European Union during a memorial service for the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on Sunday.
Although a small number of countries provided early doses of doses a day, the 27-nation bloc aims to produce a message that combines the safety of the vaccine and that Europe has the best chance of emerging from the months-long epidemic and the European economic devastation. Not allowed to go out
In the fight against the virus, workers who wear only masks and shields to protect their bodies represent the public right to be vaccinated for emotional well-being and to inspire 450 million people in Europe for their own health and the health of others.
“Today I am a citizen, but as a nurse, I want to represent all health workers who choose to believe in my type and science,” said Claudia Alivernini, the first vaccinator in Spallanzani. Infectious disease hospital in Rome.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who invented the standard vaccine, called it a “game changer.”
“We know today is not the end of the epidemic, it is the beginning of success.
According to Italian virus czar Domenico Arcuri, Italy’s first drug was developed in Spallanzani, and a Chinese couple visiting Wuhan underwent tests in January, becoming Italy’s first confirmed disease.
In a matter of weeks, northern Lombardy became the epicenter of the outbreak in Europe, and even in wealthy regions, it became a warning sign of what would happen when epidemics were not yet ready. Lombardy accounts for about a third of all deaths in Italy. The worst confirmed virus is nearly 72,000.
“Today is a beautiful and significant day. All Europeans are starting to be vaccinated together, the first ray of light after dark,” Arcuri told reporters.
But he said: “We are all cautious. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. There is still a long way to go. “But finally I can see a little bit of light.”
The vaccine was invented by the Germans love story And American drug producer Pfizer Extremely frozen containers began arriving at EU hospitals from a factory in Belgium on Friday. Each country receives only the required amount of medicine. The first group has less than 10,000. More vaccines will be available in January. All shots on Sunday require a second injection within three weeks.
EU Commissioner Ursula von der Leyen says the EU can do more with its development vaccines and share the surplus with Western Poland and Africa.
“Europe is in a good position,” he said.
The vaccine was first given to 96-year-old Araceli Hidalgo and her caregiver at Los Olmos Nursing Home in Guadalajara, northeast Spain.
Hidalgo said: “Let’s see if we can all get rid of this virus.
Two deaths from Covid-19 and 11 unexplained deaths were reported at Los Olmos home.
The Czech Republic has reduced its worst epidemic in the spring, and its health care system is on the verge of collapse. In Prague, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said “there is nothing to worry about” at dawn on Sunday. World War II Minister Emilie Repikova, who was sitting next to him, also got a gunman.
A total of 27 EU countries have at least 16 million coronavirus infections and more than 336,000 deaths, experts say. Experts say the spread of the disease is still being reduced due to limited incidence and testing.
Vaccination activities are particularly prevalent in Germany, Britain The vaccination program in Canada and the United States should be relieved of the same complications as in the early weeks.
Germany European vaccination began earlier in the day in Hungary and Slovakia. Saturday Dozens. A 101-year-old woman operator at a vaccinated German nursing home said: “Every day we have so many days waiting.
In France, where many people question the safety of the vaccine, it is certain that the French government should be careful in its reporting and not force the public to get vaccinated. France’s first vaccination was not televised on Sunday in a poor area outside Paris, unlike elsewhere in Europe, and government ministers were not present.
The head of Sevran Nursing Home, the head of the nursing home, was the first person to be shot in France. Samir Tine said, “Yes, I can do nothing to prevent it. 78-year-old Mauricette.
“This is an important day.” We are very eager to get a new weapon. And we want to rediscover our normal lives. “
Bulgarian Health Minister Kostadin Angelov was among the politicians who were beaten on Sunday for widespread acceptance of the vaccine. “I can no longer wait for my 70-year-old father to be infected without fear,” Angelo said.
After he received the shot, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis declared Sunday a “very good day for science and the European Union.”
“Over time, we hope that even our citizens, who are skeptical of vaccination, will be able to believe that this is the right thing to do,” he said.
Meanwhile, a new strain of the virus is spreading rapidly in London and southern England. Italy Spain Found in Canada and Japan. The new version, which British authorities say is contagious, has prompted many countries to restrict travel from Britain.
Japan has announced that all non-residents will be temporarily barred from entering the new version of Britain until 31 January.
BioNTech in Germany says it believes its vaccine goes against the new UK version. But more studies are needed, he said.
The European Medicines Agency will consider approving another vaccine on 6 January New AgeAlready used in the United States.
On February 20, Dr. Annalisa Malara was in her hospital in Codogno, confirming the first case of the European disease in Italy, and encouraged all Italians to film.
“The circle that opened today, February 20, is slightly closed,” she said.