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Covid-19: in France, the vaccine booster open to over 18s

During an exclusive interview with Le Télégramme, Olivier Véran, Minister of Health, returned in detail to the measures announced this Thursday to limit the impact of a 5th epidemic wave “which is rising quickly”. Among them, the opening of the vaccination booster to all adults, which will be correlated with the activation of the health pass. [C’est à lire ici]


Covid-19: more than 100,000 dead in Germany since the start of the pandemic

Since the start of the pandemic, “more than 100,000 people, 100,119 to be exact, have died from covid-19 in Germany,” announced the Federal Health Authority (RKI), accounting for 351 deaths over the last 24 hours in full swing. outbreak of infections. In one day, the RKI also counted 75,961 new contaminations, a new high at a time when the largest European economy fears a saturation of hospitals. The seven-day incidence reached a record 419.7. [Suivez notre direct]


Shipwreck of migrants in the Channel: a fifth suspect smuggler arrested

On the night of Wednesday to Thursday, a 5th person was arrested, suspected of being a smuggler in connection with the sinking of migrants which left 27 dead in the Channel, said Gérald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior. Among the victims are 17 men, seven women and three young people, according to the Lille prosecutor. Four suspected smugglers had already been arrested this Wednesday, at the end of the afternoon. [Plus d’infos ici]


Death of Rémi Fraisse: the State condemned to compensate the family

The State was ordered to pay compensation to the family of Rémi Fraisse, a protester killed during a charge of mobile gendarmes in the Tarn in 2014. “The court recognizes the clear responsibility of the State for the death of Rémi Fraisse in the aftermath of the intervention of the police, during demonstrations on the site of the Sivens dam project, and compensates the beneficiaries of the victim for their moral damage up to a total amount of 46,400 € ”, announced the administrative court of Toulouse. [Plus d’infos ici]

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Russia: at least eleven dead and 46 missing after mining accident

(AFP)

This Thursday, at least eleven people were killed and nearly 50 were missing after an accident in a coal mine in Siberia, a new disaster that strikes a regularly mourning sector in Russia. The authorities said they received an alert at around 8:35 a.m. local time (1:35 a.m. GMT) on the presence of smoke in the Listviajnaya mine, which is located in the town of Gramoteïno, in the Siberian region of Kemerovo, where many coal mines. According to the local governor’s press service, 285 people were in the mine at the time of the accident. [Plus d’infos ici]




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