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Greece to fine over-60s for refusing Covid jabs

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 Greece to fine over-60s for refusing Covid jabs Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, during a television broadcast on Tuesday, November 30, announced his government’s general COVID-19 mandate. Any resident aged over 60, who refuses to get the coronavirus vaccine, will be fined €100 every month until they have had it done. This…
Omicron cases in South Africa reportedly rise by 403% in one weekOmicron cases in South Africa reportedly rise by 403% in one week Tulio de Oliveira, a leading virologist in South Africa has spoken of the surge in cases of Omicron in the country in the past week. He claims that since their scientists first detected the new coronavirus variant around two weeks ago, there has been an increase of 403 per…
Pfizer boss says Omicron variant ‘unlikely to cause severe illness’Pfizer boss says Omicron variant ‘unlikely to cause severe illness’ Dr Ugur Sahin, is the co-founder of BioNTech, the pharmaceutical company that developed the Pfizer vaccine. On Tuesday, November 30, he advised people not to «freak out» over the emergence of the Omicron variant. While people across the planet have been sent…
Barclays Staley and Epstein email warningThe chairman of Barclays sent out a Staley and Epstein email warning to its shareholders informing them that the correspondence will be ‘uncomfortable’ to read, revealed by the Mail on Sunday.  As events and secrets are unfolding, Nigel Higgins has spent the last fortnight contacting the bank’s largest investors. He has tried to…
England’s women smash 20 World Cup goals past LatviaEngland’s women smash 20 World Cup goals past Latvia England’s women ran riot tonight, Tuesday, November 30, in their Women’s World Cup qualifying match against Latvia, romping home with a 20-0 victory at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. In what is the Loinesses’ biggest-ever competitive win, since a 13-0 win in 2005 against Hungary.
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French fugitive arrested at Malaga airportFrench fugitive arrested at Malaga airport
In a statement from the force, it has been revealed that National Police officers carried out the arrest on Thursday, November 18, of a 34-year-old man at Malaga airport. The detainee was reportedly the subject of a valid European Detention and Surrender Order (OEDE), issued by the French authorities,…
Companies can now be formed for €1 in SpainCompanies can now be formed for €1 in Spain The Spanish Council of Ministers approved this Tuesday, November 30, the draft Law ‘Create and Grow’. This will allow the constitution of a company with just one euro, quickly and electronically, allowing entrepreneurial business creation and growth. In a press conference following the Council…
Many Brits see Christmas plans ruined after Spain bans all unvaccinated visitors from the UKMany Brits see Christmas plans ruined after Spain bans all unvaccinated visitors from the UK. Only vaccinated visitors (and their children) can travel to Spain, effective December 1. MANY Brits have seen their Christmas plans ruined after Spain bans all unvaccinated visitors from the UK. Euro Weekly News covered the announcement from the Spanish…
Second Omicron case in Madrid more waiting confirmation in BarcelonaSpain has now confirmed a second Omicron case in Madrid and there are 2 more cases waiting for confirmation in Barcelona coming from different flights from South Africa. The second positive Omicron case in Madrid, is a 61-year-old woman who arrived on Monday night, November 29 at Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas Airport, also on a flight from…
Spanish government wants to implement expensive parking in big citiesSpanish government wants to implement expensive parking in big cities The Spanish government, specifically the Ministry of Environment, already has a strategy to expel vehicles from cities, which involves the implementation of low-emission zones (LEZ) in larger cities, and in those with the highest risk of pollution. But now, Teresa…