the decrease in the number of tests carried out each week continues

4.18 million tests were validated last week, according to Drees. A number down 9.1% from the previous week, but still at a high level. The peak has passed. According to data from the Directorate of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (Drees), attached to the Ministry of Health, 4.18 million Covid tests were recorded last week. […]

fuel prices soar

The economic recovery is pushing up the gasoline bill. A situation on which the executive ensures to keep a close eye. The increase continues, and motorists are feeling it full force. For several months, the economic recovery has been accompanied by inflation in fuel prices, which are now peaking. The executive ensures that the situation […]

thousands of protesters against the auto show in Munich

Nearly 25,000 people participated in the rallies, which brings together eight associations, including Greenpeace. Thousands of environmental activists demonstrated on Saturday against the holding of the German Motor Show (IAA) in Munich (south), believing that the sector is not doing enough to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, noted an AFP journalist. “The climate crisis is […]

for lack of a winner, the historic jackpot now reaches 26 million euros

This is the first time since the creation of the lottery game in 1976 that the stake has reached such a sum. Now is the time to try your luck! For lack of a winner, the historic jackpot of Wednesday September 8 of 25 million euros is put back into play. On Saturday, 26 million […]

lack of truck drivers disrupts flu vaccination

The United Kingdom has been facing for weeks an unprecedented shortage of truck drivers, caused by an exodus of Europeans, between Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic. Delays in deliveries blamed on a Brexit-related shortage of truck drivers are affecting the UK flu vaccination campaign, amid fears of heavy flu circulation this winter. Read alsoBrexit shortages […]

food exports hit by Brexit and covid

Food and drink exports from the UK are down £ 2 billion compared to before the pandemic due to a drop in sales to the European Union than an increase in purchases by countries outside EU fails to compensate. Read alsoBrexit and Covid melt UK workforce According to the British Federation of Food and Beverage […]

German railway workers launch long strike

Post-Covid wage demands mask a struggle for influence between unions. Correspondent in Berlin At the entrance to Berlin Central Station, a few hours before the start of the German railway strike, which was supposed to paralyze much of the country, a single message scrawled in red felt was displayed on the Deutsche information board. Bahn: […]

[AFP] Covid: these resuscitation survivors who have become vaccination activists

“It’s been over a year and I still haven’t fully recovered”: Hugues, 23, experienced the “nightmare” of intensive care. Since then, like other survivors, he has mobilized to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination against Covid-19. “When I come across people who do not want to be vaccinated, I am more in the pedagogy […]

Covid-19. Health officials urge Americans not to use ivermectin

“You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, stop ”, wrote, this Saturday, August 21, on his Twitter account the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the equivalent in the United States of the French Agency for the Safety of Health Products. The subject of this alert: hospitalizations due to taking ivermectin, as […]