New regulations on corona measures issued – corona vaccination


The tightening affects above all night gastronomy.
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The regulation on the new corona measures was issued on Friday. The tightening affects night gastronomy in particular.

The Ministry of Health issued the ordinance on Friday evening on the new restrictions with which one wants to counter the increase in corona infections. Accordingly, from July 22nd, access to night catering will only be possible for vaccinated people and those with negative PCR test results. As of August 15, the certificate for the Green Pass will only be issued after complete immunization, i.e. with the second vaccination.

Corona numbers have recently risen sharply

It was only on Thursday that the government agreed on measures to respond to the rapidly increasing number of infections after a brief low. The reason for this is, among other things, the much more contagious Delta variant of the virus as well as recent opening steps in the catering trade.

The push for stricter measures was based on an initiative by the health department. In a paper available to the APA, there was talk of a currently “very worrying scenario”. It was stated that the increase in the numbers was recently underestimated. If this continues, “we will find ourselves in a threatening scenario in the foreseeable future”. The government decision was preceded by a meeting of a task force with representatives from several ministries and the governor of Tyrol.

Tightening for night gastronomy

The announcement of July 16 specifically concerns changes to the COVID-19 Opening Ordinance. The stricter requirements for night-time catering are now explicitly regulated, i.e. “operators of establishments in the hospitality industry in which an increased mix and interaction of customers is to be expected (…), such as discotheques, clubs and dance halls in particular”. Customers need either a PCR test or vaccination. This means that proof of recovery is no longer an entry ticket.

For the time being, an initial stab at the vaccination also applies if it was at least 22 days ago. That will change on August 15th, when the regulations for the Green Pass are changed. For this, a second vaccination will be necessary, which is no longer than 270 days ago, or a vaccination with a substance that is only intended to be pricked, i.e. currently Johnson & Johnson. This means that when you enter the disco, you must either be fully immunized from mid-August or have a PCR test.

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Rendi-Wagner calls for stricter controls of the 3G rules – corona vaccination


According to Rendi-Wagner, Chancellor Kurz had sent a “risky signal”.
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On Friday, SPÖ boss Rendi-Wagner called for stricter controls on the 3-G rules. She named three points that should prevent a nasty surprise in autumn.

SPÖ boss and epidemiologist Pamela Rendi-Wagner has called for strict controls of the 3G rules in view of the worsening corona situation. “It must be prevented that there is a nasty surprise in autumn. For this it is necessary to be on the safe side. Mistakes that happened last summer must not be repeated,” said Rendi-Wagner on the sidelines of a press conference Friday.

Rendi-Wagner: Chancellor Kurz sent “risky signal”

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) recently sent a “risky signal” that the pandemic was over. “That is wrong: the pandemic is not over yet. We can see that in the sharp rise in the number of infections. So that we do not experience any nasty surprises in autumn, objectivity, reason and caution are required – no whitewashing and daydreaming,” said Rendi-Wagner.

Rendi-Wagner recommends three points

To be on the safe side, in her opinion, three points are important: The masks must not fall everywhere and should remain wherever 3-G does not apply. Due to the strong circulation of new virus variants, free PCR tests based on the Viennese model should also be greatly expanded throughout Austria – not only “Wiengurgelt” is needed, but also “Austria gurgelt”. And more people should be vaccinated, and the second vaccination should be brought forward. The corona vaccination must come close to people, for example at large supermarkets and events – easily and without registration.

But it is also important to monitor compliance with the rules. “3G, 2G, 1G – if not strictly controlled, the best rules are useless,” emphasized the SPÖ boss.

Sharp criticism of Kurz also comes from Christian Deutsch

SPÖ Federal Managing Director Christian Deutsch also criticized the government and, above all, Federal Chancellor Kurz in a broadcast. “While numerous experts have already warned of the rising number of corona infections, Kurz has continued to proclaim a carefree ‘summer like it was back then’, even announced further openings for July 22nd and featured the message ‘The pandemic mastered’ on ÖVP posters across Austria As the tightening measures imposed by the government yesterday show, Kurz has lulled people into a false sense of security with his promises of salvation. With his completely irresponsible zigzag course, Kurz unsettles people and endangers the health of the population, “criticized Deutsch and demanded from the ÖVP to take off their summer posters again.

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Corona: Covid-19 brought large vaccination gaps in children – Corona vaccination


Covid-19 caused vaccine picking among children.
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Covid-19 is likely to have had a negative impact on global vaccination programs, setting them far behind. A warning came on Thursday from WHO and UNICEF: 23 million children did not get the immunizations they needed in the past year.

“The current comprehensive data for child vaccinations worldwide show the gaps in the implementation of the programs that have been closed with Covid-19. In the majority of states there was a decline in vaccination rates among children,” said the World Health Organization, based in Geneva. Up to 17 million children would not have even received a single vaccination in the past year. Most affected are children in conflict zones, slums and remote regions with already difficult access to the health and social system of the respective country.

“Step backwards with other vaccinations”

“While the states are calling for access to Covid-19 vaccines, we are at the same time stepping backwards with the other vaccinations. This leads to an increased risk of children for dangerous and preventable diseases such as measles, polio or meningitis”, was WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus quoted in a broadcast.

WHO boss issues warning

The WHO chief warned that this posed enormous dangers: “Outbreaks of various diseases, especially from Covid-19, would catastrophically damage communities and healthcare systems that have already been severely affected.” The number of children in India who did not receive a first dose of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccination (DTP) rose from 1.4 million in 2019 to around three million in 2020. In Pakistan it rose from 576,000 to 968,000, in Mexico, for example, from 348,000 to 454,000. In India, the vaccination coverage for DTP vaccination fell from 91 percent to 85 percent – too little to suppress these diseases and prevent outbreaks. In North and South America together, the vaccination coverage (DTP) in children fell from 91 percent to 82 percent.

The fight against polio has been going on for a long time

The eradication of polio has been a struggle for many years. But Covid-19 has made the situation worse, even though several states have started emergency programs. “Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, vaccination rates for diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis; note) measles and polio stagnated for years at 86 percent. This rate is well below the WHO recommended rate of 95 percent for measles outbreaks should protect, “wrote the WHO. Another example: In those countries in which the HPV vaccination was introduced in recent years to prevent cervical cancer, 1.6 million fewer girls received this important vaccination last year. The vaccination coverage decreased from 15 percent in 2019 to 13 percent last year.

Austrian vaccination: Corona brought problems

The Covid 19 pandemic has also caused considerable problems in the vaccination sector in Austria. Just a few days ago, the Styrian health authorities pointed out that the number of vaccinations for diphtheria-tetanus booster in the group of six to 15-year-olds in the state was only around 60 percent. Rates of around 90 percent are desired. Especially with measles, there have been outbreaks again and again in Europe for years due to a lack of vaccination coverage.

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Influenza vaccination apparently prevents severe Covid-19 courses

Even if the corona vaccination is currently on everyone’s lips: The spades against flu can also affect a Covid 19 disease. He could avert serious illnesses.

The Standing Vaccination Commission recommends the flu vaccination every year to people over 60 years of age, the chronically ill or, for example, health and nursing staff. These groups of people were also identified at the start of the vaccination campaign against the Coronavirus prioritized.

70 million data analyzed

Now it shows: The antiInfluenza-Piks could also have an impact on the course of the disease after a corona infection. Researchers at the University of Miami analyzed the anonymized health data of over 70 million patients and filtered out 37,000 people from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Italy and Singapore. Everyone was on Covid-19 ill.

The filters were based on characteristics such as similar age, similar social status, gender and previous illnesses. In the case of previous illnesses, it is known that, for example Diabetes, Obesity or the lung disease COPD influence the severity of the course of the disease and these patients have a higher risk of hospitalization (admission to hospital).

Risk of emergency admission reduced by 58 percent

A distinction was made into two groups: One had received a flu vaccination at least two weeks to six months before the diagnosis of corona infection. The other one doesn’t.

The results were clear: Those who had been vaccinated against the flu had a lower risk of serious disease progression in the first 120 days after the corona infection. The risk of being taken to the emergency room was 58 percent lower than that of the unvaccinated. The likelihood of ending up in the intensive care unit was reduced by 20 percent.

And other complications of Covid 19 disease were also significantly more common in unvaccinated people. The risk of heart attacks and strokes related to corona also decreased by 58 percent among those vaccinated, that for one Blood poisoning by 45 percent. The risk of deep vein thrombosis was 45 percent higher in unvaccinated people.

Other studies with similar results

The connection between a Flu shot and an effect on the course of Covid-19 disease has already been proven in other studies. An analysis by the University of Michigan in February came to the conclusion that a flu vaccination can also protect against corona infection.

Here, data from more than 27,000 patients were filtered again. They had been tested for the corona virus between March and July 2020. 13,000 of them had influenza in the previous yearvaccination receive. 14,000 were unvaccinated. In the vaccinated group, four percent were infected with the coronavirus, in the unvaccinated group it was five percent.

Similar results were also obtained Dutch researchers and scientists from Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. The Michigan study also demonstrated a positive effect of the flu vaccination on the severity of the Covid disease course.

The exact connection has not yet been explored. The British newspaper “The Guardian” quotes infection researcher Peter Openshaw as saying: “One explanation for this could be that the flu vaccination stimulates the immune system as a whole and can bring about these positive effects.”

Hope for the poor countries?

And there is another aspect that the findings could be important. The flu protection could hardly be in countries in which so far Corona vaccine has arrived, help reduce the severity of the disease.

“Only a small fraction of the world has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 so far,” explains Dr. Devinder Singh, lead author of the Miami study. His team was able to observe a connection between the flu vaccine and lower morbidity in Covid 19 patients.

“This finding is particularly significant because the pandemic is a drain on resources in many parts of the world. Therefore, our research – if validated by prospective randomized clinical trials – has the potential to reduce the global burden of disease.”

No substitute for corona vaccination

However, his colleague Susan Taghioff adds: “Even so, the flu vaccine is not a substitute for the Covid-19 vaccine and we are committed to ensuring that everyone receives their Covid-19 vaccine when possible.”

Important NOTE: The information is in no way a substitute for professional advice or treatment by trained and recognized doctors. The contents of t-online cannot and must not be used to independently make diagnoses or start treatments.

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Influenza vaccination apparently prevents severe Covid-19 courses

Even if the corona vaccination is currently on everyone’s lips: The spades against flu can also affect a Covid 19 disease. He could avert serious illnesses.

The Standing Vaccination Commission recommends the flu vaccination every year to people over 60 years of age, the chronically ill or, for example, health and nursing staff. These groups of people were also identified at the start of the vaccination campaign against the Coronavirus prioritized.

70 million data analyzed

Now it shows: The antiInfluenza-Piks could also have an impact on the course of the disease after a corona infection. Researchers at the University of Miami analyzed the anonymized health data of over 70 million patients and filtered out 37,000 people from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Italy and Singapore. Everyone was on Covid-19 ill.

The filters were based on characteristics such as similar age, similar social status, gender and previous illnesses. With pre-existing conditions it is known that, for example Diabetes, Obesity or the lung disease COPD influence the severity of the course of the disease and these patients have a higher risk of hospitalization (admission to hospital).

Risk of emergency admission reduced by 58 percent

A distinction was made into two groups: One had received a flu vaccination at least two weeks to six months before the diagnosis of corona infection. The other one doesn’t.

The results were clear: Those who had been vaccinated against the flu had a lower risk of serious disease progression in the first 120 days after the corona infection. The risk of being taken to the emergency room was 58 percent lower than that of the unvaccinated. The likelihood of ending up in the intensive care unit was reduced by 20 percent.

And other complications of Covid 19 disease were also significantly more common in unvaccinated people. The risk of heart attacks and strokes related to corona also decreased by 58 percent among those vaccinated, that for one Blood poisoning by 45 percent. The risk of deep vein thrombosis was 45 percent higher in unvaccinated people.

Other studies with similar results

The connection between a Flu shot and an effect on the course of Covid 19 disease has already been proven in other studies. An analysis by the University of Michigan in February came to the conclusion that a flu vaccination can also protect against corona infection.

Here, data from more than 27,000 patients were filtered again. They had been tested for the corona virus between March and July 2020. 13,000 of them had influenza in the previous yearvaccination receive. 14,000 were unvaccinated. In the vaccinated group, four percent were infected with the coronavirus, in the unvaccinated group it was five percent.

Similar results were also obtained Dutch researchers and scientists from Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. The Michigan study also demonstrated a positive effect of the flu vaccination on the severity of the Covid disease course.

The exact connection has not yet been explored. The British newspaper “The Guardian” quotes infection researcher Peter Openshaw as saying: “One explanation for this could be that the flu vaccination stimulates the immune system as a whole and can bring about these positive effects.”

Hope for the poor countries?

And there is another aspect that the findings could be important. The flu protection could hardly be in countries in which so far Corona vaccine has arrived, help to reduce the severity of the disease.

“Only a small fraction of the world has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 so far,” explains Dr. Devinder Singh, lead author of the Miami study. His team was able to observe a connection between the flu vaccine and lower morbidity in Covid 19 patients.

“This finding is particularly significant because the pandemic is a drain on resources in many parts of the world. Therefore, our research – if validated by prospective randomized clinical trials – has the potential to reduce the global burden of disease.”

No substitute for corona vaccination

However, his colleague Susan Taghioff adds: “Even so, the flu vaccine is not a substitute for the Covid-19 vaccine and we are committed to ensuring that everyone receives their Covid-19 vaccine when possible.”

Important NOTE: The information is in no way a substitute for professional advice or treatment by trained and recognized doctors. The contents of t-online cannot and must not be used to independently make diagnoses or start treatments.

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FPÖ relies on vaccine “Made in Austria” – corona vaccination


Kickl wants to help domestic vaccine production.
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FPÖ boss Kickl calls for more funding for the Austro-French vaccine producer Valneva. Its dead vaccine is the “order of the day” and would also expand the range of vaccinations.

The FPÖ wants to increasingly rely on “Made in Austria” when ordering corona vaccines. Party and club leader Herbert Kickl therefore criticizes the fact that the government is only relying on the vaccines that are already known to contain the crisis. It is particularly regrettable that there is no special funding from Austria and no purchase guarantee for the vaccine manufacturer Valneva, who conducts research in Vienna, Kickl said in an interview with the APA.

Valneva researches dead vaccine

The Austro-French pharmaceutical company is developing a conventional vaccine that, like numerous vaccines that have been used for many years, for example against polio, diphtheria and tetanus, is based on killed pathogens. “It is completely incomprehensible why the government is leaving this Austrian producer out in the rain while Great Britain and Germany have already promised high purchase quantities and are thus also significantly financing research,” says Kickl.

Expand vaccination offer

For the FPÖ boss, it is “imperative of the hour” to give special support to domestic providers – on the one hand to maintain or even expand jobs, on the other hand to reduce dependence on the international market. A vaccine based on killed viruses would also be a real expansion of the range for Kickl and could also be an offer for people who are skeptical of the currently available mRNA or vector vaccines, he believes.

FPÖ for conventional vaccines

A conventional serum also means that far fewer undesirable side effects can be expected than are currently occurring at BioNtech-Pfizer or AstraZeneca, argues the Freelancer, who therefore says: “It will not be enough to drive people to the needle with social pressure and threats. Lots of people see that the current vaccines are not reliable and also very prone to side effects. Better offers are needed instead of scare tactics. “

According to Kickl, many people also suspect that the vaccinations currently offered will not last long and will have to be refreshed soon. In the case of a “dead vaccine”, the duration of protection is likely to be much longer, so that a refreshment is only necessary every few years.

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This virus cocktail creates new corona mutations – health

More and more evidence indicates that the South African SARS-CoV-2 variant leads to more dangerous mutations in HIV-infected people.

People who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid-19 are still a reservoir for new variants of SARS-CoV-2 worldwide. But this also applies to immunosuppressed people who cannot overcome such an infection. This is shown by the case report of a South African HIV-infected person, which has now been presented at the annual congress of the European Society for Clinical Microbiology and Infections (ECCMID).

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“Antibodies no longer protect so well against further infection”

“New mutations (from SARS-CoV-2; Note) lead to the pathogens being able to evade the immune system. This means that antibodies formed from a previous natural infection or as a vaccine response no longer protect against further infection as well, “said Alex Sigal, who works at the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology in Berlin and at the African Institute for Health Research (KwaZuluNatal / South Africa) works.

In South Africa, SARS-CoV-2 has recently encountered the immunodeficiency virus (HIV). According to the scientist, there is increasing evidence that the South African (Beta-SARS-CoV-2) corona variant leads to severe disease processes in HIV-infected people on the one hand, and more dangerous mutations occur in them on the other.

AIDS patient with a significantly longer duration of infection

Sigal presented the case of a South African AIDS patient with insufficiently controlled HIV infection. “Although she only developed a mild Covid-19 disease, the SARS-CoV-2 tests remained positive for 216 days,” said a conference broadcast. The patient described was a South African woman who was a little under 40 years old and who came to the hospital twelve days after developing a sore throat and shortness of breath with SARS-CoV-2 infection. The woman had been HIV-positive since 2006 and was receiving antiretroviral therapy, she also had asthma and was being treated with a cortisone spray and a bronchodilator. Apparently the anti-HIV therapy had not been sufficient. A change of medication in the hospital did not lead to a finding with HI viruses below the detection limit until after 206 days.

Increased variants

During this time, however, the patient remained SARS-CoV-2 positive. Only after day 216 were the Covid 19 pathogens no longer detectable. The crux turned out to be the multiple sequencing of the Covid-19 pathogens: The E484-K substitution mutation of SARS-CoV-2, an “escape variant” of the pathogen, developed relatively early in women. As a result, other variants of SARS-CoV-2 were also discovered in the woman. “This is an indication that the evolution of viruses in carriers of the pathogen represents a mechanism for the development of SARS-CoV-2 mutations, which can evade the immune response,” the experts wrote.

Pay particular attention to vaccination protection and immune response

“While most people overcome SARS-CoV-2 quickly, there are already some reports of prolonged infections in immunosuppressed people,” wrote the team of authors in their as yet unpublished study. The necessary consequences appear clear: In the case of immunosuppressed persons, particular attention must be paid to vaccination protection and also to an adequate immune response after the full vaccination. This would be necessary worldwide for cancer patients and other patients with immunosuppressive therapy for their underlying disease, for example.

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Vaccination coverage: Map shows how many are vaccinated in your community – Corona vaccination


The vaccination card of Austria
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An interactive map shows how many people have already been vaccinated against Corona in the respective communities. The differences are sometimes drastic – also in the Viennese districts.

Spiss in the Tyrolean district of Landeck is the least vaccinated municipality in Austria with 28.3 percent. On the other hand, Großmürbisch (Güssing district) in Burgenland has a vaccination rate of almost 76 percent. These numbers for corona vaccination come from recently published figures from the Ministry of Health. You can find out the vaccination rate of the Austrian municipalities yourself in an interactive map.

Immunization Rates: The Interactive Map

If you click on a parish, you can see the exact percentage:

Large differences in vaccination coverage in Vienna

There are also big differences in Vienna. While six out of ten residents are vaccinated in the comparatively affluent districts within the Gürtels as well as in Hietzing and Währing, in Favoriten (45 percent) and in Brigittenau, in Simmering and in Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus (47 percent) and in Meidling (49 percent) ) less than the half.

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Corona vaccinations in Australia: Drastic video should shake up

TThe patient in the hospital bed gasps for air, spitting the ventilation tubes in her nose. In addition to their breathing sounds, only the beeping of medical equipment can be heard. Her wheezing sounds more and more strained. It sounds like someone is trying to pull air through a valve that is way too narrow. Pleadingly, the woman’s gaze swings from left to right. “Why is nobody helping me?” Her eyes seem to say. Her eyelids close for a moment as she tries another breath. Then she looks into the camera and directly in the direction of the viewer. A hard swallow later, the screen goes dark. This is followed by a message in white letters, while the gasping of the woman can be heard in the background: “COVID-19 can affect anyone. Stay at home. Let yourself be tested. Book your vaccination. “

The drastic video commissioned by the Australian government is currently being shown primarily in the greater Sydney area. The metropolis of millions is currently struggling with a sharply rising infection curve. On Monday, the state of New South Wales, to which Sydney belongs, reported 112 new infections, one of the highest daily values ​​to date. A woman over 90 years old who was infected in her family died as a result of COVID-19, making her the first person to have been infected locally since the beginning of this wave. After Australia had the virus under control last year thanks to strict border closings and quarantine rules, the more contagious Delta variant is now causing uncertainty. So far, 31,000 infections and 911 deaths have been reported across the country since the beginning of the pandemic.

Sydney is currently experiencing its third week in a tightened lockdown, which has been extended to Friday this week for the time being. The streets of the metropolis, which were otherwise busy during the pandemic, are now deserted, the schools are empty, people have curled up in their apartments, which they are only allowed to leave to buy groceries or to do some other absolutely necessary activity. State prime minister Gladys Berejiklian warned the city’s five million residents that they were facing “the greatest threat since the pandemic began.” No wonder, then, that Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s central government sees the time for a stirring message.

Nevertheless, there was also criticism of the “tactless” video clip. Some saw it as an unnecessary “fear campaign” that worked with the dramatization of a horror film. Jessica Kaufman, an Australian scientist who researched people’s vaccination readiness, even warned that the clip could have the opposite effect that it was supposed to trigger. According to her, drastic images like this also fuel fear of possible side effects of the vaccines. The fact that the video shows a young woman appealing to those who are not vaccinated is also criticized. Because for the age group under 40 it is currently extremely difficult to get the right vaccine in Australia.

Australia originally relied primarily on the vaccine from the manufacturer AstraZeneca, which, however, is only recommended for people aged 60 and over in Australia due to the low risk of blood clots in people of younger age. According to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, younger people can also get the vaccine after consulting their family doctor. But many shy away from this risk. As Morrison made clear in an interview with the broadcaster “Sky News”, the request for vaccination is only part of the message that the video clip is supposed to get across. The other is the warning to obey the lockdown measures. According to the Prime Minister, a lot of young people in Sydney have not complied with the requirements.

However, the government has also done its own part to ensure that just eleven percent of Australians are fully vaccinated today, significantly less than in other industrialized countries. Since the number of infections had remained manageable for a long time, she had taken her time with her vaccination campaign. Ultimately, she was also unlucky because, in retrospect, she might have opted for the “wrong” vaccine. Now she is hoping for a turnaround in this regard. Pfizer / BioNTech will deliver 40 million doses of vaccine by the end of the year, some sooner than expected. With the plan to vaccinate one million doses of Pfizer a week, the government wants to get closer to its goal of having at least one vaccination available to every Australian by the end of the year. This is one of the reasons why the campaign with the horror video comes at exactly the right time, according to Prime Minister Morrison.

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Only those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered are allowed to travel to the hotel

The travel company Alltours is tightening the rules. From the end of October only those who have been vaccinated or recovered will be able to stay in the Allsun Hotels.

Due to the delta variant, the number of infections is rising again in Europe and spoiling the holiday mood in some countries. The first measures are already following.

Several countries tighten rules

Malta has reacted strictly to the increasing number of infections, only vaccinated people are allowed to enter, “Today” reported. Night catering in the Netherlands has been closed again, restaurants are only allowed to open until midnight. Social life was also restricted again in Spanish Catalonia.

Now the first travel company is also tightening the rules. As the tourism group Alltours announced, only fully immunized adults will be admitted to its Allsun hotels from October. This includes people who have been vaccinated or who have recovered.

“Since there is now enough vaccine available, all adults can be vaccinated by then,” the company said in a press release. Children and adolescents need a negative corona test.

Many of the Allsun hotels are located on Mallorca, so the regulation affects many German tourists. It is now feared that other tour operators will follow suit.

TUI is sticking to the 3G rule

At TUI, however, nothing is planned in this direction, as the German group told the “Bild” newspaper: “The package travelers were never the drivers of the pandemic. We are not planning exclusive hotels for vaccinated people, but will continue to receive vaccinated, recovered or tested guests in let our hotels travel. In doing so, we are following the requirements of the local authorities, “emphasized TUI boss Marek Andryszak.

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