The “white masks” demonstrate in Draguignan against the Covid-19 vaccine

Cardboard posters are hung by the dozen between the plane trees on Boulevard Georges-Clemenceau, in Draguignan. On each of them, faces of people who would be dead or disabled, accompanied by the date of their last injection of vaccine against Covid-19. Often, the time span presented between these two events is short, a few weeks … Read more

The “white masks” demonstrate in Draguignan against the Covid-19 vaccine

Cardboard posters are hung by the dozen between the plane trees on Boulevard Georges Clemenceau, in Draguignan. On each of them, faces of deceased or disabled people, accompanied by the date of their last injection of vaccine against Covid-19. Often, the time span presented between these two events is short, a few weeks at most. … Read more

The “white masks” demonstrate in Draguignan against the Covid-19 vaccine

Cardboard posters are hung by the dozen between the plane trees on Boulevard Georges Clemenceau, in Draguignan. On each of them, faces of deceased or disabled people, accompanied by the date of their last injection of vaccine against Covid-19. Often, the time span presented between these two events is short, a few weeks at most. … Read more

Coronavirus – All indicators up except deaths

Over the same period, 2.9 people died per day on average while they were carrying the virus (-51%), bringing the death toll to 33,042 since the start of the pandemic in Belgium. Nearly 6,100 tests on average were also carried out daily, for a positivity rate of 14.1%. Between 18 and 24 November, there were … Read more

Air pollution killed at least 238,000 Europeans in 2020, a figure on the rise

Published on : 24/11/2022 – 09:25 Air pollution killed at least 238,000 Europeans in 2020, the European Environment Agency (EEA) announced in a report published on Thursday. A figure up slightly after several years of decline, attributed in particular to Covid-19. Fine particle pollution caused 238,000 premature deaths in the European Union (EU) in 2020, … Read more

the tyranny of QR Codes continue

When this longtime expat in Wuhan wakes up each morning, his first instinct is to jump to his cellphone to check the color of his QR code. “Green” and life goes on, “red” and he must stay at home. “All Chinese people experience the same cold sweats on a daily basis, he explains on encrypted … Read more

Coronavirus in Belgium: contaminations spread slightly upwards, hospitalizations down

Between November 12 and 18, an average of 743 infections were recorded each day, up 14% from the previous seven days. During this period, 6,016 were carried out daily (+7%), of which 13.5% turned out to be positive. Every day, an average of five people died every day from the consequences of infection with the … Read more

Coronavirus: neuropsychological care now reimbursed for victims of long covid

In Belgium, some 6,000 people have been unable to work for at least three months due to the coronavirus, according to calculations by free mutuals. Since last summer, patients suffering from long-term covid have been able to benefit from care and a treatment plan drawn up by their attending physician, with the reimbursement of any … Read more