Experts attribute the waning of COVID cases to vaccination efforts

Patients being admitted in hospitals are going down as COVID-19 cases continue to decline, but health experts continue to warn against complacency. Mobile journalist Jacob Lazaro gives a report.

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COVID-19 pandemic: Should vaccination be compulsory? | To the point

To call it a matter of life and death is not hyperbole. With a fourth wave of COVID-19 rolling across Europe, physicians here in Germany are warning of disastrous trade-offs as intensive care units reach capacity and patients are transferred abroad for treatment.

Hospitals are seeing younger and sicker patients than in prior waves, especially amongst the unvaccinated. In Germany some 15 million people still lack immunity because they haven’t had the jab. Calls for mandatory vaccination are growing louder – neighboring countries like Austria are leading the way. Other countries are reimposing lockdowns. Not without resistance, as evidenced by recent protests. Today we’re asking: COVID-19 pandemic: Should vaccination be compulsory?

Our guests: Alexander Kekulé (virologist), Susanne Schreiber (German Ethics Council), Kai Kupferschmidt (molecular biologist and science journalist)

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Public encouraged to join the national vaccination days

The government is encouraging the public to join the 3-day National COVID-19 vaccination drive and follow health protocols despite the downward trend in cases.

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Germany’s vaccination rate too low for herd immunity, tightens restrictions | COVID-19 Special

Germany’s pandemic response started strong and then strangely turned lax, despite rising case numbers.
By early summer, there was enough vaccine available for all Germans to get their shots. But up to now, a third of the population has refused to get vaccinated. The country has never reached herd immunity. And was ill prepared for the winter. Now, the country is in the grip of its fourth wave.
One of the hardest hit states is Bavaria where the traditional Christmas cheer now has to take a back seat.

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Larger crowds at 18 hawker centres and coffee shops, as vaccination checks kick in

Larger crowds were seen at some hawker centres and coffee shops on Nov 23, as they opened up to welcome groups of five vaccinated diners. Eighteen of them are the first to implement vaccination checks at entry points. Some stalls said they have already seen up to a 20 per cent increase in customer numbers.

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Labor groups decry mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy

The government is enforcing a “no vaccination, no work” policy in the workplace beginning December 1. The IATF, meanwhile, has also imposed an exception to this new rule, including taking RT-PCR tests every two weeks. Mobile journalist Jacob Lazaro gives a report.

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Authorities conduct booster, third dose ceremonial vaccination for seniors, persons with comorbiditi

Health authorities hold a ceremonial vaccination using the third dose and booster shots for seniors (A2) and some persons with comorbidities (A3). The Dept. of Health says the rest of the A3 population can receive their booster shot starting next week.

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David: Vaccination, natural immunity may have helped decline in COVID-19 cases

#Agenda | The vaccination and natural immunity after getting infected may have helped the recent decline in COVID-19 cases in the Philippines, according to Prof. Guido David of OCTA Research. He also says the removal of the mask mandate may have been a factor in the current surge in Europe.

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OCTA sees sustained downtrend with continued vaccination, adherence to health protocols

Prof. Guido David of the OCTA Research says that the downtrend of COVID-19 cases could continue until the end of the year as long as vaccination efforts and adherence to health protocols will be sustained.

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